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

ADYEKTISBMBNTS-OF TH1S-DAY. Corn all Bank; 14th May, 1831. AT a General Meeting of the Proprietors, held at the Bank, on Monday, the 2nd May, th«- tbllowioif gentlemen were duly elected : _L Messrs. COX, ? 1 ? _j ? LAWRENCE, BAR* BS, ?.,-? TflOJ»S0N, '~ WALKINSHAW, S. BRYAN. In consequence of the absence of the Account ant in Hebart Town, the Meeting was adjourned to the 2nd June, at 12 o'clock, when the Di? i» dend up to 1st May will be declared. .V .__ ? ^.__^.T= ? J. RAKKEN. IXTAOT/D TO PURCHASE.— A ▼ V^atlty cf lOORipSiTJES^e Proiiote oT this iBlaDd.^-Apply at Manchetter flou^e, Cameron-street. tauDOCBtoD, May l€tli^ 18M, ~1A SALES BY AUCTION.-. byjwr. Ricalab whiteT At the La^etiHm Hofel, ou Saturdaj the 21st t i day of Ma-y, insiant: | I 'J 5^ Capital warkiDg bulboks I 2 gigs and harness 2 draft Horses ? ,-: __ ? S^M^T^rmre^four a nd^heTrtherThree ryeani old, both stintf d to You ng P .te k Finn ? _ _ALM): ? _ ?_ ? — About 30 or 40 SHfiEpTliflor the Butcner. Termij made kno-wn...

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

POETRY. On a Mr. Bus's, meeting with m Mist Hcavew, at ike h*tte qf Mrs. Earth, end marrying her there, from, ' ? _ . . -npjg^ ^| i^taTefi^iin^bce^eti Eafftki (Heaven and Blks together met ; Strange wa»thfe flight it seemed unldnd^ Blissrchoosing-TIeiven, left Earth behind.

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

A CARD. CJAMUELlACKSON,CMpfinlfir, Build J^ pr^ gtc. (late of Brisbane-street, iLaan ?cpsfo.1) i/jrs respectfully to intimate to the Publi, that -lie lias 'removed to t'he Premises of Mt.Th. 'jh.as Iiowv St* J-*himrefttf — near the Whirl where lie hopes still to be favored with the Pub ?lie support -wjii:.lfa has already so liberally beer -?afforder! him since tie has been in business, an . whictrit 'will FTer-he iriseTidravor to-nrRTit by ih- most punctual a? tteof ion to such orders as he ma j be fayored_'\vit1T ~ ~ ~ N^.~Architectural rlans, and Working Draft .a perspective Drawings ol Machinpry, vnd othei Wovks of ail descriptions H^cut«d^n jt^ienieatesi manit'T, and on the roost approved principles. Launcesfeon, IVlay 16th, 1830. ? To Merchants and Others. WANTED.— By a Person thoroughly qualified by experience in England, as w li as uiihis Colony, a Situation as CLERK in_a ;M___U_£«J3d-Ji&hmeiU_ ? ______ The Advertiser has.* been employed for several years in-a Public ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

' It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind i that ^we-are best ?able to practise that general virtue which comprehends the love of all.', — MoNTKSQOlEtJ. '~~ MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1881. The very great iqflnx-of Advertisements which has poured in upon us at the laiier end of the week, compels us to omit our usual Editorial article in this place, WeJrust however that (he summary of Nem&i Local, British and from Siean River, which we have given will render an anoloau unnecessary to our readers. Our own opinions they can read . at any '.__... time ; but news, of which, greater part Jif^OMrsjis from exclusive sources, is not always to be hud. Much Has been omit ted for want of room. — BRITISH-4«TM,ia«*:N€E,--*ER-JEuJ»i;H At AN© Amertca.~N©C having received our English pa pers until this morning, we are compelled to take b very brief view of the events attiome, and freely acknowledge that we have used the condensed matter of our Hobart Town Contemporaries, to save time. We beli'Te th...

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

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [?] On the lSth,— The brig Britannia, Capt. Ramsay, from Swan River, with 2 quarter casks wine, C kegs of nails, 1 case of spittoons, 1 plough, 1 spring eart, 1 case; 50 deal boards, 5 half pipes wine, 16 quarter pipes wirie, 3 cases of muskets, 3 and 4 quarter casks wme, 200 bags olsusar. Passengers,— Mrs, & Miss Smythe, and Hear? /Henry. Sailed. On the 12th,— The schooner Friendship, ? Neil, master, for Sydney, with; 3000 bushels wheat, 32 bales of wool, 3 cases of wearing apparel, 1 winnow ing machine, 1 bale of drills. :? On the 10th,— The Prince Regent, J. Hassel, mas ter, for Sydney, with 3000 bushels wheat. -^n^fae^ith7=^Ffae-gcfaoo)tter IlenryiT^young, master, on a whaling voyage. . On Jhe 7th,— The cutter Fanny, — —Jacobs, mas ter, for Circular Head. Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ship Mary ; brigs Elizabeth, . Britannia, Czar ; schooner Resolution. . ' ? . : _ Arrived in Hobart Town. _. - — On the 7th,— The barque Funchal, Oapt. James Dalg...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

THE UR i BB J ER.- ho.-: 13. Melange.— Such a tar if ty of letters have re cent! j T t-** ti for warded to roe, respecting my Public w^rrtings, that I am '*' compelled to devote ^^up^^4h£j^rpmejol_^sm«t^g_ja^y, various Corespondents. ' ^ t - -*— v^-*'— ' „. Democrat' insist recollect that! have for csworn ^h|c8s but entertaiii^n ttpioion offDf i» cciacy jsimUar to that of Dr^-^ofljtscm^ of Jaroibintsro. / ???%__.. ( * -v * ' - k vEa-j js i *r m rit*8 a pretty ^hand, and ^stiU ^M^t. tier: v ersH-. VViy^ ( fiot ah ^old 4h«^ I & -«1d p'er fcaps be teo-pie4 ioMj uom\nh\u& yrviij tuoj butjib irisTiniSt confpKS~n»»f;jfie. -irtrl^Pct^Sf^fhe 1 iuey 'reiKlersHli»*ffi^u^e^»^j t'tor^pu^Jicat »©n, es peciiflfy tttider ^a femaleLsigflahirp. Tliey are t«* tO^ied^ib the ^rtnting office, -wheie she may1 Te-dbtaifl-^i^iJDi. - —----=-;- ? _ ? v '^'TKe -misVfiBt^Df ar^jfanin 4o^e'f 4s *k ceifrrit. I return the -author my warmest thanks for_his favor, ^ ^ ? __ ? ^M4s^ FortoweV* letter 4...

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HISTORY AND POLITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

— mSTQ&r ANP PO4lTIC&-^ ? Colonial ^jtiCT.— Fi^iii ifiiriM po. metit ot our taking; pen in ha d— ever aittte fye hive kn^wp what was it to form 'O opinion^ ~1^7)Tir~TFsplir'?^^aW«^^^ Hie line of Policy p ir-wed by Gr*at JUitain to wards her Colonies. We have done so e -canse we consider it at otace unjust ind im politic ? 'ud'bee-uso w;- -ee to in -be Jiffht of a cvoiom »nr*lnftf» With tllA iKTitPSI fpAlinOTK. tVPail* av wnd oppression. We observe tix t**e. re co nl s of ? is - « -ry , that it iias also al ways been pr ductive of bad ^onsequ^ocps. Lt has in tro.'v&Mhe Mather State in sangiiiriary^war* and iTtce expenses, ---without producing any things Hive a corresponding benefit. In Ame rica it vfas the rigorous mi position of tribute which caused the resolution. It wasTfie^p ? pcei:-4¥# measures— o£4he— Colonial Depa^it fnervt which caused the separation of those States from -Britain, which would. now have been, a valuable acquisition, before they Wfre suf...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

~ — : — — SWAN 'Jtggfc= ? -^- ? % the arrival of tbe Britannia, we have re* ] cetved some . interesting particulars . relati ye to this settlement, froro^ which it appears that tropes inily ^et tie ^kU^^^^f^^^^'^^^^ °f jtlie Colony, in : ' Western Australia . It appears that several tracts of better land have fjeen found — — '—t~. ? !--??? ? ,^-'----^--- — i ? ^, ? !»___1_._._V !' ? ': _- ? '- ' — ~\ '' T . I towards King George V Sound ; and ^hat with j perse verence, the result may not' l^laltogethei t -0 ruinous as was formerly anticipated. The dis- | appointment haturatty felt by emigrants, oil | reaching a new Country which they have beeh ' S led to bf lieve was a terre&tial paradise, such as 1 no _msettled^Couptry ever was, we are of opinion J has given rise to much ot the dark reports res* ] ^to«i__VanjSSr_I]W^^^ — 4 *]nr^l^Rito;yhaM^pM^ ? 1 but at the sane time ther* is no question that I ?jjal__y riihHflv_i_age hat- heen magi iB^dv (._tf_— _M every advantage overloo...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

To the Editor / i tie Launceston kdverttter. Sir.— Allow me to suggest, through tht medium of your paper, the propriety ef some steps b* i»g taken to light the Towm or Launceston— at least the principal streets. This would be a Wonderful heilAfU i »-th_-i _h«hlt4l_tfi, wnn Iri i»n_i_irflg* t h A fisheries, and give employment to any Indus* trious individual who might become the contractor* ?? ? I am,- .Sir,7 ? ? . . . ^ ' -r^— Yout*8 obediently,

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 May 1831

SATURDAY'S GAZETTE CERTIFICATES.— Martin Greenwood Ware. 667.- Medina. William Booth, 361. Juliana. Charles Chadburn . 424 Lord Hungerford,     George Thompson. 309. Sir CharWis Forbes.       Tickets of Leave.— John Rae. 6p Lady-Gafltlerear n . -X wle* M.iclcay. 26^. Juliana. Joseph Haigh. .696, WoodmauTJoliB Wist, ^41v-WT)ddford. . .' 'QOAHTEB-SKS8toNS?-^TheOerieiirQtiarter SftBsions Of the P«ac« . for the District of Launceston, standB4djouro«d to Tuesday the 47th day «f May nest ^ ....... Errattum in our East. —In Messrs. CooK,^fc S her win's advertisement lor 'on^lhe 26th' ? read -** ©n the _10th.w l . ? -Half-past SjoVrlock, Monday afternoon Our publication has been delayed this we k be. yond th? usual time, in conseqnence of the Post from Hobart-town not arriving until this moment* ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

BEGltnosJL are^e«tfully to announce to ... . *be In habitants -of ^trrnnvaH, that ,4-i» Tuesday,the IQth May they openei I their tNw ^TOKB In Charles-street, 4.a«nc*ston,wh««Mhey joriier for sal* almost aPfcEMillD and EX rTEN^Ffirr«*s®f'^^n* --£ GOODS, aiid *s_Messrs C. & S. import their own Goods direct from England, they are enabled to offer them At prices ftrsoWiting^fclic^atrenag*, Messrs. f . It S»_ tjiesj:o say^that it is their intfjiti »u t»- k#»ep up *D ej^nsivelwid^aTThe saro«^ii6Cw~clioice hn as sortment of Merchandize, as is to be procured, jnyl thai for the accommodation of the Public, tb^y will receive in payment, Wheat, Qatt-, Bar* lev andlSfool at Mai kef Pruvs. L — 7 jprx Prince Regent tht y ha v- revived ;-l Bliu-kets— Whney, 6, 7, *, 9, 10 and 1 1 quarters | ? ; Boirti^zine - ?Bev:-' king Boy's suits, tartan, tec. i -.|lfac^ ? ? ftnots, Ladies, childiWs arid Mucner £utiiitis, gilt, whit, metal, d^ad *-yes, bone, fancy, pearl and cambric bhirts Braids Blacki...

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POETRY. TO WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

POETRY. _ TO WOMAN. J — W«maii4-e^^ri€n«e-jmighHia^e^tjH-n^ ? — — That all must love tliee, who behold thee; Surely experience might have taught— — -Thy4aire«t ^promises-are^iought. ? Burjpla^d infill thy charms before me, ' AIM torget but to adore thee — ~Z~. |Ohl ihemotyi thou choicest blessing ; 'When joined with Hope, and still possesting. But how much cursed by every lover, When hope is fled, and passions over, ' -Woman! tbarfair and fond deceiver, - How prompt weak man is to^believe her. j How throbs the pulse, when first we view ' . ! The eye that rolls in glossy blue, ~ Or sparkles black— or mildly throws—* ; A beam from under hazel brow's. - How quick we~credit every oath ; ? Aiid4i^ar-her ^lightHhe^wiUingHtroth|Jrr^ ? ~ Fondly we hope 'twill last for aye, When lo ! she changes in a day. This record will iorievef s|aud— :t ? wpmw JtfiiyTows are -traced in sand V* ^ M.W.**.

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

MJJLTUM IN PARVO, - British Intelligence.— We rejoice to state that the ^rinffs have io a ^reat measure ceased^ and England, generally speaking, Seems much more -quiet^han-it-^ia^^een-forwme^ime pastil CoS-T sols ' were firm at %% kf: Hunt, tbe blacking ma ier, is returned to Parlianaent.for Preston,iiaving beaten the whole power and influence of the Derby family; he toek his seat, apd_w^s cheered by the Honorable House when he did so.— The second seat acme uoara or Uranance nas been ^lledTip rijy 1«fv^rennpon \'\ TLorff ; andon, origi nally destined for it, having been TippDint^d^e cretary of the Board of Control.*— Sir Henry Har dinge has been elected Member of Parliament for Newport, Cornwall, in the room of Mr. Do herty, appointed Chief of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland* — A very numerous meeting was held in Edinburgh, on the 4th of December, to petition parliament for reform. In 3 days no less than 18,000 persons signed the petition.— Oo Thursday the i^ih H-ecr. -ieorse Jam...

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AGRICULTURE NO. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

AGRicui/rc:; e. ~n^^~ . Rotation pF-Gfw-*8,—GT«wingdiffKrejitjcrop^ in succession is a practice with every cultivatn known to be highly advantageous, though i- bjMi.eiicjaj(Jnfln^iwe_hasjiot yet been fully ac counted for by chemists. The moslgenf ral thp-- - ry is, that though all plants will live on the sam* foniL. as_the chemical constituents of their roo:s - and leaves arvfiea'rlf -the same, yet that many ?species require pa* ticulat substances to bring tnetr seeds or fruit to perfection, as the analysts iJpLtb^?^_'9e-PC^8 ol- fruits often afford~~wbstances difterefltTroTirihosiB^rhich^bjistitHtc the body -of the plant. A sort of rotation may be said to take place in itatute, for perennial herbaceous plants nave a tendency to extend their circumference, 'arid Tot and~decay -at-Chelr- xentre, where otji°rs of a different kind spring up and succeed them. The rational'* of rotation, is thu- given by Sir . II. Davy. *Mt i« a great advantage in the con vertible system of cultivation, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

~ ? ^^V*tt^5BM*NTS^OF^PlHS^)AY^ — A CJjOrEM SEEDS. »^©^nd WHITE, ENGLISH and oi 1830, and .warranted good. WOOL, or ^ood WHBAT at 6s. per bushel, re ^'vedj^ejt^hange,- __.!.__.? '._._ Apply to the office of this paper. 1 One Pound Reward. f&S^^jmMhm of tnawara, ** mrJfclfcPladns, two large dark brown %tow*a working , balloclts ^« liMriili^Jti. one Ji?«*** ?°'..a sinr on thefoi head. anoV ? ^^^^^^H^^rthF-iithin^B^b^ whoewr wili^^e such mrrfrmation, an will lead tjtbe recotery.of the lmHockb, will receive the i ? apove reward. ,^__i___ ' ~' '' , 1 *T0 Sii *OLh UF JIWTmK, , BY Mr. HKHARD WHl TE, Or Thursday, theftilr JgW, at Mr. Hinksman's, fu'iMce^ton: — mH-T Jaxceil^nt farm situate at Native jt IPoint, South. Esk Itivw, incoming- ._ Mr Ait-'DoN id's E'tate,) -om prising bixty acres &: Supiifioi juabi- LAUD, ^t»e gTeat«- pari^of wli rh has b^M ciearpd. T1 - if is a good wea ti^F-uo^rded Houser anH akilliiiff, on the Xand an HxeeHent O» hard. ¥ards,^&r^Jdapted f...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 23rd, 1834. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

bAUNCGSTdW A&rERTISER~ ' Itif in^ndearbuy ?»% to instruct mankind, that we are b«tt *We iqi»i^««'that«eneraTirtttirWh1ch commends the tw«f . ? »H,'\-*«W--'Mgs9P;jjr. ? ?? ? ?'- ' ?'?????. - ~ MQNUAV, MAY 23rd, ISM. Sopa tiniirsiiice^-wre-iiHi^ed^d the^vant *T ivater which wa» experienced inj^aun *»ston .: Tnlfalse to the recent reported grant — which had been rna&Mo-JM^^«fifer, of. the gron ad -situate between the cataract point as«l Ur. Barnes, {the oi^ly «p«t through which that v»ry desirable article could ?be brought from the basin), without reser vation. We since learn that in consequence of what we said upon the subject, His Ex cetlencjr the Lieutenant Governor has *e ^orvBsidered the natter, aod has determined not to cancel the grant .made to Mr* VFalk* er, *' t to Hwert therein ihe-CDndMoii9_JLe«L c. mtaf nded by us, namely that any ?umber of wa.'er courses, which mi^ht be hereafter reqnir A for Pablic purposes, shQuld be 'TmaHe^hToirgh^ChVsald land when requi...

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HOME INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

lUu-.E iv«EL:iGL\Lfc. The following cases have be«u disposed of :— 0 Afisop SpbNCE, charged with repeated drunk ej»n»s},, fined five shilling*, and orderetl to 'find sureties io ke-p the peace, Kobekt VfiLLEH, charged-Mr4th-d«ioke^neJi, — ined itv* shilling*. Thomas vi a han, being drunk, ined five *hil lingrs- ' ' - . — J Ti^ns-WTtttii^-charged-Mr^th-drttiikeiiiieiis fined five -hiiiiag*. i'fTBio Ken a, being drauk, fined 6V »hil tingfc. :. .. ....::, ' ' ? ' ? ' ,..- ''''?. Isaac Ev.mv, holding a tick-*t-ol-leave, charged with having improperly retained a«d ^^uceaWd sun*lrj_i Ju'ies_or i^rivg appaiel,. ? t in hh|_ custody by William B ; wkes, uf i.aujiceston, ordete Trvar top deprive of hi* Tickei-o«-». avi». W i. mam Johnson, oba*ged withht.iiitf ille* jjally pawned '' a jacKeVth» ' property of 0«»nau» m c tCtttxie, ~oj i«auiic» ^on^^116** iw-ntjf shiU lii;'' ' . ll\-- - ? 1'homa Lee, charged witi. committing an al* tiault, charge dismKsed. Ann Ryan, charged with being dru^k, fin...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

[?] Sailed. - — On the 23rflx— The^cutter-^anny^ - — - Jacobs anaster, for Circular Head, in ballast. _ Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Stiip^Mwy ; brigs^Eiizabettr, Britannia. ? ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On the 15th, —The ship Korth Briton, Captain Johiflrfttorrison, from leith, .tU« lOta December, with a general cariro. Passengers,— -Mr. arid Mrs. Mur dock^Master burdock, Mr. Thomas^Murdock, Mr. Biichafla^MivXJatni'bell, Mr. H«nter,-3)r.-J ohn- «o.i , Mr, Blackwell, 3Hr. 'Stewart, Iff rs^Haywai^ Mr. Moncrief, Mr. Thompson, ja-. Tyall, Mr. Wil son, Mr. Brogghj Miss Brough, Miss M. Brougu, Mr. andJVIrs. Henderson, Mr. Brown, Mr. Neish, Mr.- Bninton^-Mr. Guibrie, -Miss Douglass, ^M.r. Weir, Mr. M'Qufin, Mr. Noyle, Mr. Smith, Mrs. ^Craig and two^MldrenTlRr. ©oyle, and Mr. M' Ri- der. ? ^ — ? — ZZL_ ? _ On the 18th,-^The Renown, Capt. Henderson, from London, 2©th7^Deeeuiber, wkh a general -cargo ~*rf merchandize. Particulars in our next.

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

SATURDAY'S (UZETTK. Tickets ofXsavk.— William Harty. 6, Archduke Charles. John Gribble. -305,-Arab. John Dearing. 321, Albion. George Corinack. 605.. A*ia. UV John Mills. §79, Asia ^2T~James Farquhai . 148. Coui»tr3s ITarcOttTt. John Taylor. 318. Caledonia. 2i John Cartis. 546 Competitor. Joliu Slater. 772 Chapman. 2. John Williams. 716. Earl 'St. Vincent. Henry Walkfti. 713. do. Wil. JiamHai-riR 213. ffuil ford. James Nohfe. 32. Hib-rnia Joseph Robert*. 1U6. lulianna. William Elliot, 32. Lord Melville. Ow«nCallag!-an, or Collochon. 436, Lord Hungerford . Thomas Edwards 123. Morley. John Evans. 125. do. 'William Robinson. 313. do. Msrthas Betterly, 99. Mary. Jane 'Watt. 77. Mida», Joseph Turoer. 321. Medina. John Hedger. 38. Ocean. Williajn Patrick. 240. Prince of Orange. William Bowtell. BlO.Phanik. S. JosppirLeslie . 293. Sir Godfrey Webster. John Wilson. 697, Woodman Thomas«*P*att 421, Woodford. John Higginson, 721. do. Robert Evans. 117. do C»nTtrrc\TKv— William Skealj. 848. Asi...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

THE SCRIBBf.BR.-No. 13. TwrRATiTUDE.-lt has been well observed that « Inside i, the worst of crimes'' for the ma. who can forget those^n h.s prosperity, who have befriended him in his need, mu.t possess a heart callous to all the best feelings of humanity rrom such a heart, what hut the tnost mworlhr th ings can emanate? irom such^ man what but every vice can be expected? But, alas! to the ISSWnkiiidrVB^«d *«w who have seen mSof the vicLtudesof life whoTiave^ol been «k Deserted in their utmost neea, By those their former bounty fed. Such is the selBshness of man, thai in too many instances, prosperity alters the mind as well as Lhe circumstances. We see persowwM^n^d i^ersity as submissive as need be- we observe ^cb^verpower^ng^he^rJendpMpatrons^ empty thanks for bene6ts iontenvd, so Ion* as Interest prompts them to bt thankful ; but ie vwe^he picture and view the patron reduced and the dependant elevated; and in nine taseg out of every ten which comes uhdei o--; obseiva. tion, all f...

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