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The Lost Dragoon. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

The Lost Dragoon. It is not generally known, that underneath the walls of Trinity College, Dublin, there is a range of gloomy vaults, in which are entombed many of the illustrious dead of the Irish capital. This cemetry has been for many years shut up ; and «bout the time when it began to.be disused, the melancholy .and-afFecting circumstance happened which we are now going to relate. Au officer of the 4tli Dragoons, who had enjoyed the anec.ions of a fair Hibernian maid, and vvhilst every pre- paration was making for that consummation most devoutly to be wished for by an attached and youthful pair, chanced to be on guard at the Castle. Lounging about in his uniform, and exhibiting to the admiring eyes-ol'many a love-siclf'dam- sel his handsome person, set o If with alp ** The pomp and panoply of glorious war," a funeral procession passed'him ; and seeing that the remains of some person of conséquence were about lo he consigned to their parent earth in a private and unostentatious m...

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Street Preaching. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

Street Preaching. This practice is carried to an incredible extent in the vici- nity of London. On Sunday last (August 23) a fertile sub- ject presented itself for peripatetic eloquence, in the fair to beholden on Camberwell Green. HunJ-bills were distri- buted in the neighbourhood, containing a solemn remonstrance against attending this place of ungodly revelry ; and urging the faithful, and those ' who were balancing between good and evil, to avoid giving encouragement by their presence to such wickedness. The following speech was uttered by one of these preachers, in the Camberwell Hoad, with a dramatic' euee I that was ¡rrcstible :--" Now, my deat heaters, I'll sup- pose that one of you-Ijdon't care whether it is a man or a woman, girl or boy, was thiuking'of Camberwell fair-mind it's the Devil that's driving you lo if, and he whispers in your ear, ' Tom or Mary,' as the case may be, ' won't you go to the fair V An angel on the other side answers, ' no, you must not-'tis a bad p...

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Supreme Court. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

Supreme Court. ' f^Vow dm Launceston Advertiser.) May 26--Wiljiniit Thomas was chiiged with the wilful murder ol John \\ arne, rnmlnouly known by the name o Sinutlg Taik. The Attorney-Ceiieral declined saving much in the opening of the case, but pioceeded to call witnesses, who proved linn Warne and Thomas vtare together in town, and that they left town together. A Mr. Biowu proved that Thomas fitted a a flint irtto the gun and primed it, before he left town, hut this waa in consequence of the flint and pruning having been taken out lo prevent the children shooting themselves. Messrs Hinksman, Johnson, and Glaire, the constables who apprehended Thomas, weie then called, but as John son's evidence was the best given and clearest, and as they all went together, except in very trilling points, we shall only give Johnson's evidence. Thomas Johnson -"I was a constable in 1S29 I rcmem ber going to watch with Mr Hinksman, on the 14th April, al night, near Mis. Townsend s house SS e heard t...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOSAR,T TOWN: JUNE 4, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

HOSAR,T TOWN: JUNE 4, 1830. t*i il be impve«-*«! niinnyiuir minds, lot it lie instil led intnrnnr -fhiliti'i'n,-lluit Hie l,ibi:iiy ol'-llie Pr»'v, is lile P.i 11 «di ii iii ni all your Civil, Political, and RHi-inns liiglus. JuuUis. A short time since, wè were induced to make public a few observations, connected willi the yreat advantage the community would derive from a wider dissemination of the intelli genoe weekly promulgated in the Gazette, than, under the prebent system of publication, is attainable. In what we then said, or in what lias since in another shape emanated from us upon the subject, we were actuated- by no envious or jealous feelings towards any indi- vidual who might be affected by an alteration which we consider to be both just and called for. Nor do we pretend to say, that amere, amor pa trice has influenced us; but at once we openly and candidly avow, that-whilst our leaped fur the one and love for the other aie such as become a good neighbour and a loyal subj...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

SHIP NEWS. June 2. - Arrived the ship Flora, Captain James Sheriff, from Sincapore, and Java the 15th of April, with a cargo consisting of sugar, rice, coffee, sago, and segars.-No passengers.   June 2. - Arrived the schooner Active, Captain Wright, from London the 8th December, and from the Cape the 1st April, with a general cargo. - Passengers, Mr. Wright and two children, and Mrs. Lee. June 1. -Sailed the barque Deveron, Captain John Lovett, for the Sperm Whale Fishery.             June 2. - Sailed the schooner Harlequin, Captain Allan Monteith, for New Zealand, with 12 casks salt, 28 empty casks, 1 case muskets, 1 case tobacco pipes, 30 muskets, and 7 casks powder, consigned to Mr. George Macfarlane. Passenger, Mr. George Macfarlane, the charterer.   Vessels remaining in the Harbour.   Ships Arab, Mary, Wanstead, and Flora ; brigs Norval, Volusia and Caroline ; tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

For Calcutta M.TI1E fine *hm clisa Ship MER- MAID, burthen öOO Ton», WILLIAM HekNIKER, Commander, will leave Sydney on the 10th Jane, dire<t for (fceiil.n.e Port. Tbis Ship has excellent accommodation for P^ers; apply to_W. WILSON. *».,* Launceston, to Sail in IO days. Í. j- THE Fine First-class Bug; LION, tjpjar 300 Tons Register, JOHN -M'Leod, Commander, ^rpoNÎiftïy Bail for the ibove Port on the 5th of June. Tbis V.siel offer» a rte-iiable opportunity of forwarding Goods .id has excolift accommodation fot Passengers. For F fiJ»t or Passage; apply to ' ' . . W. WILSON. f).B.~Th« Lion will remain at Launceston 21 days, and will nr«'ive Cargo for 3_tfif:i' ->n nm.lerate »erins. . Stor Syduey« «A p THE fine First class Ship ARAB, JKjC James FftaiER, Commander, burthen per Regis- ter, 2H' Tons; w/i Sail for the above Port in 14 Days.- > 'fiiis v> ssel pciücsier, ficellent accommodation for Passen ^ ger«, '< k1 carries an c*iponcncMt Surgeon. ?,' For Frei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 June 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Colonial Secretary'J Office, May 26,1830'. CERTIFICATES of Freedom have been granted to the under-mentioned persons : James Bowles, 31?, Guildford. ' George Newman, alias James KiefF, afir« James M'Owen, 103, Albion. James Mackey, 455, Sir Godfrey Webster. .. By Command of His Excellency, ,J. Burnett. ? ?'??"-- . Coloniul Secretary's Office, May 26, 1830. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following appointments ia the Police of the Territory -. Mr. Charles Freestone, to be Chief District Constable at George-town, appointment taking effect from the 4th instant. To be Constables, appointments taking effect from the 1st instant, viz : W. Clark, 1055, Mary. 1 W. Cragg, 1056, ditto. , P. Develin, 574, ditto. R. Mumford, 768, ditto, J, Neale, 109, ditto. W. Smith, 1127, ditto. G. Warner, 1043, ditto. *" > W. Webb, 418, Prince of Orange. ' George Thomas, 257, Lord Hungerford, has been permitted to resign from the Field Police. - - Thomas Pito...

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The Artist and the Countryman. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

, The ¿sLrîist and .tile Countryman»', A toleiable Mory, under this tille, hasvfound its waj into the papers within these few days. About the time when the atiocities of Oiurkeiwere generally talked of, a couutt-y lad applied for a situation as servant to'Mr. W.Ç an artist dear Soho-square. an advertisement huutig puiticularly specified the artist's wish that the man s'lpuld be *' fiom the country'." ¡Tlte rustic > was1 shown into the pni'ntiug-room, and here his [ leáis/ by ihe dim light usual in such an apnitinent, converted the easel into, au* instiuitient of toiture, -and a " lay figure"* 'carefullyCovered with a cloth,>wlncli he li;tdJtlie t-uriosityto remove, was undoubtedly a body that lind been ' Burkett.' His alarm, ali'eady powerfully excited, leached its height, when, onlpecping through the cuitain of a half-glass 'door, he beheld Mr. WÎ mixing up lake with a pallet-knife. Deldr ínined not là be.quietly> sacrificed, lie'rushed into;the rooln, which.itttci'vened b...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

.* Öüarter Cessions.' ':í i'l' On|,Bjpnday,,the. Ifrisoiiers convicted:-.durin'g the sittings of th¿'Cour,t¿f;Quaiter Sessions, were brought dp t:> 'receive.seut'ejice. The Magistrates assembled.on_t.he occasion ' wërèi-iJoi/ËPH HONE; 'Ès'q., /Chaïnîi'aÎi,l)y,/À?.ï&|/LC.n^.yti'' ¡Esq., Chief Police Magistrate, JosilufSi^ ant Police ftlugistrate, anti li. II'. W'c)oí)S¡ Esq.y' Principal, Superintendent of Convicts';-'' "'?'''. '-"r''.','';. "¡" ! ' . Iii passing sentence äii'pon Hannah Sc'o'tt/'fdr'robbing' her' ¡Mistress (Mr's.'Seccomb) of a-ring-aiifl 'brdd¿tí,'the Chnir-' man alluded to the necessity there was of markingrby'a se-, vere example, the enormity of siiclr'ofl'ences in persons situ-' ated,like tile prisoner, who, abusing 'the conlidence of heces-' ¡sity reposed in theni:by their employers, look every opportu- nity to, p luuder that which was often'obliged to be left at theïr 'mercy. ; and with this, view sentenced the woman to liavè'.liêr-. present term of 7....

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Song. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

", ''Son'fc'i, " ' Whenevei a fricnd%in this wnlevoildl meef-1 And lind lijtn a jovial good fellow, rn Willi Ihe best wine in store I do such a fiiend treat, And ne'er let him depait lill he's mellow. ' But such Inends as this pie so hard to be got, 'J hat m sooth I had thought 'twas i bible , Í But now such a thought I \e enliiely Uugot, Tor I lind 1 vc such friends round this tibie. Choius-J his table, i'lusliblc, For I find I've such li lends lound this tablo. i So Iel us be jowal, light heaittd and gay, And at present disperse thoughts of soi rou , Tor tile wish of mv heart is to dine c ne away, î\or look forwaid at all lo tn-inoriow. Tlitn fill up your glasses-I'll give a toast, (He.uho'll not dunk I II ueior foigive lum )' j " May we ne'ei w uit a Inend," and lo add is my boast, " May we ne'ei want a bottle to gixe bun '" Chorus-lo give lum, lo gue lum, ' May we ue'er ^aut a bottle lo ¿ive lum ' J. H.

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Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

Aborigines.     The atrocities of the Aboriginal tribes still continue. On the 28th May, Mr. Adey's shepherds, at Swan Port River, Eastern Marshes, whilst looking for sheep observed a party of these savages of apparently about 200 in number, when they instantly returned to the hut, which was found to have been plundered. There was a blanket on the floor, with about 30lbs. of sugar scattered upon it; the man-trap that had been left set, was found let off, showing that the former disaster by the same instrument had been remembered, and         the intruders had taken means to avoid any injurious conse- quences from it. Previous to leaving the hut in the morning   the men had taken the precaution to carry away a knapsack filled with their clothes and various articles, such as sheep shears, &c., and had planted them, as it is called, in a secret part of the bush, but these the natives had ...

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Rise of Individuals of obscure Origin. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

Elise of Individuals of obscure Origin. The ceebiated Italian poet Metastasio, was Ihe SJII of a common mech line, and uied when a little bo^ to sing bia e\tcmporanet us leises about the streets ihe father of tlajdn, life ¿leal musical/composer, was a wheelwright The father of our own painter Opie, Wds a working carpenter in Cornwall The patents of Sebastian Castalio, the elegant Latin ti ansl dor of the Bible weie poor peasants «bo lu ed among the mountains m Dauphiny The Abbe Haulefeuilie, who distinguished himself m the seventeenth centuiy, by Ins I inven|io!is in clock and watch making, was the son of a baker , and Parma the modem saline poet ot Italy, was the son of a peasant The p neills of Dr John Piideaux, who afterwards lose to be Bishop of Worcester, weie in s^icb pool circutn st mrps that they were with difticulty able to keep j/nn at school till he had le trued to lend UKI write , and I e obtained .> the lest ol'his education by walking on foot to Oxfoid and getting e...

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Original Communications. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

Original Côirimunications. MR. EDITOR,-Observing by the Gazette tliat tWCóurts, of Requests are in operation nt Hobin t Town and Richmond,, allow me to enquire through your Paper, wYeiTthey are to be extended to oilier parts of the Colony, for 1 have long been held at'defiance by several small debtors 'iii. this district, to my great inconvenience, mid I wish to know whem I way expect a íemedy. I am, Sir, youi obedient Servant, ' Clyde, June 3, 1830. M. G [We wish we could anster our Coi respondent's enquiry, but we cannot. Indeed, we fear th.it it has long since been discoveied, that the art of legislation was little understood by our Senators, when the Court of Reqnests Act was passed, and that it íesembles an unwieldly bulk,'that it wus. raoie, easy to launch' than lig. We believe we say no: more tuan is ' strictly due to the CommUsitoner of tho Hobait Town dis-, trict, when we add, that it is geneially understood as" having I beeu chiefly owing tcshis zeal and finergy ni,endeavo...

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Hamiltonian System. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

J ; Hà^iit^ïaii'ëysteni^^. ;,i;v±n álate^^lie.vi'ewiof Mr.tlainilton's Fahi^îilet; '.it; was-omitted [to be^state'cl'tha't uti1 experiment ïhad'<be'én"iiïâ'de';' aíid''.'is;.'»'Ö^ ^cï.u"ali^J.n.í'i: öjVera-i ^t |ï> b- ; *i n'^J^jLlïii o(ií r"gli'^ ;\ag^tqi'/í'Jv^-' '; i?'È*c t i ÇIL.V» iii ty v"o f ;tí)W"sy.s.tein¿ v\vfa tic hupr pauses suchitibridguie'm of time and labour. ., Mr.. ¿eott, in .Queen-' fetreXvt/'-li'n^^^ very sücGésslully on this , plan, or; rather, by ¡mpddy .Jiig.,it§onas tb.r.etaiii.iiWhatiis.realiy.;áEidiess.eii-¡ tiaily beneficial. This "'experiment 'hä'ä: been; made; withrävt^ 'ici'áss'''pi t'jÉípyiS^^'b^t^q^n'.'^tíífi'^.âgjèj,"ptVoyqii aiidj .^r^íSP.v! Xhey; ;beg.i)n1.:th.e.(Study;.o^ Latin itistj í.Oelober^when^several -öf^^^ -ignorant of'Latin;./.;arid!' {h&:ire^ii'Ve!i^-:iïi'tïe'^-; quaiiitedv-"w'it'li iii ""Jliat'1-aíÍF6reYiceí;':'XvaS';soo.nj .lost, and now. the aÜv^ilitage¿;m tis ^th^t'lips^^ -"?'? *' Uiipn''iràVnïliidii'k'métliddy''...

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Allegorical Stanzas, ON THE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

?y.i«.1, '^uégoiiiéiai; staoi¿a^'''^ ':',i; "?'" ON' TUli^lïtTH <$<;:$} pZÛliMrzU. Hail, beiuleous doner of peerless worth ' fresh spiouted liom thy paielit item , j How blest thine hopout-; ti n itive earth,-, The garden of a matohiess gem ' Sweet blossom in sequester d wild, Willi beauly dei I. d uiid blown so fun ' ., Tor thee may Dota zephyrs mild, And lerniil suns, and show'is piepaie. Ob ! may'f.t thou bask ni'tepid lays Beneath Ihe llorist's sheltering Wing, Nursed hy tile tender dare'he pijs, ¡ 'Hie pride and joy of blushing spiing. 1 Long nny'st thou flourish fair md sweet, * Ai ii bloom 'neath PIKEIIUS' genial glow , Long, willi e/ich flagrant chai m lepiete, ' Perfume the gales th it o'ei thee blow. May íenurj's overwhelming blnt>t 4 Ne el beat upon thj tendel yeaii>, ÍN01 soiinw s crushing lams o'ercast 'Ihy morning with untimely tcais. And oh ' mi) late (hy veidnie fade Beneath the storm's lemorseless power , Late may'st thou withering droop ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

, ,. To Correspondents. The Canzonet of II. N. M. will appear in our next. We it nnld jam not le considered ai seilet ein ctiticising the effusion of oui youthful Cou espaviento ; but,nhen suih " dash" as the " Vcises on the Dog Tax" at e fot warded'to nsfor inset ¡ton, with SHS li imperatioe d'tieclions as tke author has chosen to dit tate to tis^ ice rannol help being so. Tim authai of these "vet ses," therefote, instead, of pou blwt) us again, had bcltei get ti License, or pet haps he may be talen for an un-iicensed pupp),>»r <i sißilar nuisance.' The Od>-or whatever elie it may be called-signed J. H. is not 'iifjicienlly poetical for oin talumns; besides, the subject of a nymph or swain proving faithless is so old-so haücneyed -that unless stunk ne*o gleam of light be thrown on it, it canmilJie inlet esting. ' i' . We Ik tnl¡ 1'ie Gentleman whdfavored us with a 'Price Current of '.-? T v i'o '*?, ¡ml we haue already inserted prices of W i i(<lt ? le

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

SHIP 3KZSWS. J li Nr. G.-Arrived the ship Elizabeth, Captain Phillips, finni Canton 13th March, and Siucapnre 30th, with 100 chests tea, consigned to Kemp & Co. ; 500 ditto, 1000 half chests ditto, 574 bags conise sugai, 1454 ditto line ditto, 100 pieces nankeen's, 51 do¿en French bl and j, li ditto Cham- paign'*, Ï00 boxes'speimaceii candles, 300 coils rope, of va- rions si7es, 40 boxes sago, 35 bugs black pepper, consigned to the commander ; 'also, 1500 chests tea, and 50 boNes nnu keen, for Sydney.-Two passengers. The follownii! is the cargo of the schooner Active, Cap- tain John Wright, from London .-2 cases trees, 2 casks potatoes, and 2 eases cottons, John Kerr ; 14 cases and 3 bales slops, hats, haberdashery, furniture, umbrellas, hosiery, and milluiety, I trunk bandannas, 1 case British cottons, ami 3 roses shoes, Kemp and Co. ; 3 cnsks cheese, 20 boxes 0 indie's, 24 hillls, porter, 2 cases mustard and snuft*. 3 casks t-boltpetie and brioks, 2 cases mustard and choco...

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Literary Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

Xiteiary Varieties« Trom a sketch ot the chaiaUer of the lush 'Commonalty, with winch we have lately en tleavmnetl to euteitain our Readeis, we will proceed to thoir neighbours, the Scotch ; and will illustrate by some anecdotes, two ot the points tor which they nie lemarkable-their natti 1,11 uiquisitivoncbs, and their bupeistition. ;As au instance wt the fust, take the iollovung, toi winch we aie indebted to the works ot Di. MACULLOCH, a modern toiui&t; but which, we doubt not, will be new to many ot our i cadet s - ' [, j 1 he author is describing a ride in one of the highland t counties, and then proceeds,-" I was consideiably tioubled bete, lespecting ceitain roads, as three ni lour met at one point, and applied to an old snuflv looking natue who was culling some bay with his pocket kmle by the w ty side It is ttue I saw mqiisitiveness depictttl in his face but Ibeie was no choiec , so 1 mude up my mind lo a cioss-evaunnation oi more than ordinary length, and was determ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

NOTICE is lieieby given, that a Special Meeting of lite Justices ofthe Peace acting in and for the Buckinghamshue Division ol the laland of Van Diemen's Land, will be holden at the Court-house, Hobart Town, on Monday the Lilli day of June next, foi the puiposc of taking into consideration the piopnety of ceilifymg m lavour ol the transfer of the following Licenses, viz - i< i Joseph and "VNillmni Muwle, (to keep the Commercial Tavern, on the Wharf, at Hobart Town), m favour of William Maycock, now ofthe Ship Launch, Argyle-street, their ap- pointee. ' William Maycock, (to keep the Ship Launch, in Aigyle street. Hobart Town), in favour of George Coate, now of Elizabeth-street, butcher, his appointee. CHAS BCTHEL LIONS, Cleik ofthe Peace. i Hobart Totvn, 27th May, 1830. Court of Requests (« TOR THE DISTRICT OF RICHMOND. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Court will be held on Thursday the 24th day'of June next, und; on the last Thursday of every succeeding month, at J.0 o'Cl...

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Memoirs of the Empress Josephine. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 June 1830

Memoirs of the Empress Josephine. The history of Mons. Beauharnois's (Josephenine's former husband's) imprisonment is very interesting. His interro-     gation before a committee of the National Convention is uniquet. We shall give a part of it:-     The President. -Who art thou?       Mons. B. -A man, and a Frenchman The Pres.-I will have none of thy bad jokes , I wish to   know thy name.     Mons . B.-Eugene Alexander de Beauharnois. 4 Member,-ho de, it you please, thut is loo aristocrati cal. Mons B -You mean too feudal It is true that a name without a preposition is more reasonable 1 he fault, if there be any, is attributable to custom and to my aneestois Anothet Member-\h ' thou hast HIK eslois, linn * Thou avonest it fi inkiy , it is well we know it observe this, citizens, he has uicestors, and di es not at ill conceal it .(Heie nine mimbus ol the c...

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