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HISTORY AND POLITICS. EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

HISTORY AND POLITICS; '??.£$#*?*.' ? . ; ^he Mother Couriry —The arrival of i ? tho recent vessels fireai England has-puJ-ns^n -J jwssession of the «tate of i-urop'*an affairs up ] -...-. ^tn^he 5ttXjJaDiiP ry, _by=g jricitztaeans^re jarey '~^errai-l^^i;oT3OTitiTmewr rjoUtical^bbser va lio n$ at so_me_leogt»i. The present Ministry seeni to he streuubusly pursuing the great objects of Reform and -conomv* to which the throne whs pledged at the opening of Parliament; and what we have all along maintained, is now seen and acknowledged by the Minis ters, viz ?., that reform and relief are wanted ; but that it is one thing to see the evil, and another to prescribe a remedy. England is at present in such a critical situation that he must be an adroit Statesman indeed, who can relieve the suffering Nation by any po-^ ~lilical measures! Every isSe' can see that there is di sires* ; but no one can trace the cause ; and therefore no one can tell how to *eraove it. One says it is the taxes— ano...

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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

SWAN RIVER. ; the late overland expeiiiiioit from Swan River ;, U King; George's Sound) by Captain Bannister, . ; and Mr,, Smythe, being the' copy of a report tQ Peter Bkow#, Esq.) Colonial Secretary. _ _ February 5th. 1831. '—Sir,' ? 77~. ~ I beg leaye to state to you for the infor mation of His Excellency the Lieutenant Gove,r^ - por, that agrepahly to^ji^lnBtructlons contained - in a letter of the 5th December last, which His Excellency did me the honor of adfaeieiog to 'me71,on the. I4ih or the sam«i snowU), accom panied by Mr. Smyths^ of the ^Surveyor -Gene-- raTs Office, and 2 men, coimne.ucrd our journey from_ Jfeem anile Jtp_JC ing George .' s_ Sou n d , JT_a nvfr.^SftrYTiHi, 'was- entrusted 'the direction ol-our ^ronte. 1 shall Tak^as rapid a^l^lclL^lLlpJissiWfr of our proceedi'nas, omitting details of mineral o'- gical and botanical'prcrdttctions, .coii'fining myself simply ro the namre-of the4and, the timber on if, and the rivers flowing-through it. --A* to the tr-jRS, I ...

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

ADVERTISE ViENTS. A CARD. O AMUEL JACKSON,€arpenter, Baila% ^ er, &c. (late of Brisbane-street, ' Laan ceston) «vgs respectfully toJnlimalejo the PuhJic 'hat he has removed to the Premises of Mr. Tho- mas Monos, St. John Street, near the Wharf, vihere he hopfs still to he fjvorerj \irth the Pub lie. support which has already so libei-ally heen Hfforded him .since he has been in business^ and ~ 'wntcfrh^wiii »ver be his end- avor to merit by the most punctual attention to such orders as he may be favored with* — - N. B.— Architertural Flans, and Working Orafts, persfJMCfive DrawiAgs_of Jflachinery, and other Works of_a!1 ^^descriptions exetnited in the^neatest manner, and on the most approved principles. LauHceston, May 1 6th, 1330. To Merchants and Others, WA^I'EO.- i.By « Person thoroa^biy qualih'ed by expeneflce-ia_ETigland» ?js woll ati n this Colony, a Situation as ( LEHK in a Merchant's E-j»blishmen-. The Advertise has bnen employed for several yearsin^ Public ^flife jn...

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To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

To the Editor of the havnccston kdvertiser. Sir. — Ii is wjth much $rief 1 inform you, that it has been found necessary- for a body of the most unfortunate jJersous minis plac*», to lay a^ catalbguiT'of their sorrows before His most Ex cellent Majesty, King William, the Fourth. | only need refer you to a list of the names of the sufferers attached to the requisition to the Sheriff, __i)-U4J4uK¥ -Fkueday, Esq., (who-wears spectacles) and published in the Hobart Town journals, in order to convince you of the abject condition into which these poor people are sunk from the into lerable weight of the grievances they have to en dure(in this, most wrr-tched of all colonies. There - .._? — ts^ue^ioor4eUewv-w4i04ia«-Jat^ri coat, in direful commemoration of his woes, ab solutely worn.down to a skeleton,^wiih the loads of dollars and dumps he is obliged daily to lay qp ni the bank, being tbe proceeds of his^dis tress'mg business. Another (there are two of them) w. poja.t-?ly. opened a store in...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 May 1831

The Presbyterians. — In_our. .last we alluded to the circumstance of His £xeeliencyvthe -h%vu*- TEI1^T _Goyi!lM[5ii--hftilBg» as wp understood, refused jany: -assistance. -^-J&JJp-esbytejpiaiw,-iji- the establish men 1 of a Kirk ar this place ; and expressed our astonishment thereat. Since our — ^publication our surprise has been much' encreased l)y having \H«eji_mfoj-..ined, that on (he rer- ipt of' . the 'first communication made by the Committee the Colonlal-Secretfiry^repliedHininediately, sta ting that he bad laid the papers before His £x~~ cellency, and promising r J» _do_alUo-his{the 4G© lonial Secretafy'u^rpower to forward the views of the applicants. Those who koow anything of the method of transacting official business would na turally conclude such a letter from such an offi cer to be tantamount to pledging th- Government to encourage anjjllacj I itate the establishment, as a Colonial Secretary does not often give an opinion of hit own in official correspondence— ...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

THE SCRIBBLER.— No. 14. Misfortune*— The following ^Uegoriral let ter, although not so perfect as it foigh* have been, is nevertheless well conceived, aiM as .ar as 1 can recoltect original. In a young Colony perfection in literature cannot be expected ; arid' therefore I hope my readers will not be loo se vere upon jny' correspondent. I am indued to publish this letter as received, because I th nk contributions to the press should be encouraged, especially where the motives are good/ as u friend will observe when in print, that ih^ pro duction might nave been more highly finished, ne vertheless a future essay may be improved in this, respect. On the subject 1 »eed say but very little, as it is so well knows that misconduct liasin all ages^ftiierally iulruduced us to misfor* tune. The fight and amusing strain of this letter may however be better calculated to fix this important tact on the minds of many, than the mora solid and par consequence— more dry argument with which the subje...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

fflSTOBF '!$&& POLITICS, ; Tit ffogwyor ^-Iq «bf4?«»o«e H*» Jfc^ tvi h of the S^yerei&nr, .f*pjre^e\i» bis M i Jestv's speech on the p|sle«ing of Harlia:nen- ^frViuKriVIihisfeirs are ea^aa^d 4n forming plans' fnt the^egetiey, in the event of ?*IVG WILL! AVI 'sleeping with hi* f thers,' ere the yQ-mg princess Victo via, ?daughter of the fate DfFKB -i* RKm\ and heiress presH nip five to Britain'- crown, should Jiavfl attained ibea«e.t-f°ije:ht«»ea years. This *«' j°ot involves the mo*t painful thooghts. The Idea of losing a Sovereign, frfiose ouls t Jn Iiis monarchist -ea*»-»r has been so truiv gld *i rus and honorable to himself, not only as a Kin % but aa A MAw, befare six «hfKf years $'M have passed, cannot , be pi easing i to the People. The critical state of the U-l«(n1:ry — the infamous misuse which is made of ?he ^ress in certain q darters — the m - cirii^itions of th;-se unquiet Spirits who de -rhght : ^n^yr-fa i scen^rof riot, discord and /coofasiofi-^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

i ADY^HTISEMENTS *)F THIS J)AY, ^^T the Public Pound, at Prosperous, ' ,^j^~New JliEer, -in the .District ^of JLaun -ce,ston, TBTith*1 9th iTrstant,~~by-iEOitti*: Pgwelc : ~ -] white i-o41ock, branded -* on the near bboul ? der.B, on the rump, 9ame side. _ l^bro wn bullock, marked on the romp 0^ _'?[_' almost illegible. '...-_? _ . . I - Oo the lj6tiL instantly ^ WatLiAM Fewton. __/ ?1 magpy e bu 1 lock^JirandecLflr^on ithe-off-^ide ? ofJhe^ueck, and.X on the near side' of thTTiiin|-7r ~ ? iWJtfe-a-^my-face, -and jBHBtarjoii the-fcrehead— ? Lftrown '-cow^ ilearifaian^jiroke off, branded C C on the near side of the rump, L oiilhe~near Z ^ip, ^mtHfclr on^the off side of the^mp, and ._ 1 grey speckled cow ^ branded Y on the near. ? i «ide of~the ruuip,_and illegible brand abbve it^ ' vtU h a male calf by her side. I steer, black sides white back belly and tail, branded Y on thejreai^liip. _? ..!.. V~' ?:—??'. On the 12th instant 'by George Powell. 1 cow, with black belly and tail, grey...

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SELECTIONS FROM LATE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

SELECTIONS ^FROM LATE PAPERS. Negro Slavery. — It is now admitted on all I hands that the slave question lies within a very ?mall compass. Petitions to Parliament on the ?ubject, either pray for the immediate manumissi on of the slaves without compensating their own ers, or they pray for the gradual accomplishment of the same object, on the principle of paying the j slave-owners for their property. Both parties I admit thatslavery must be abolished ; the former wish it to be done by an act of spoliation, which they dignify with the name of state necessity. the plea by which Cromwell lopped off the head of Charles I., and Bonaparte signed the death warrant of the Due d'Enghien— the latter consi der it impossible to pay the value of the slaves to the uttermost farthing, aud rather than risk a breach of public faith which would form a pre cedent for future acts of injustice, they^are wil ? ling to submit to almost y^y sacrifice In order to do »o. Both parties also admit that the slaves...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

^^EG~rod8t ^spgctfully yio «nnb»tiee t- ~*fc*~-the Inhabitants of Cornwall, 4ha o»vTue8dav,the 10th May they opened their Ne* ^TQRE m CharJe$-strei-t, LaunceRton. where *b^ »©w olfer tor sale * aaost SPLENDID and RX TBNStYft assortment of GOODS, and as Messrs C & S. import their owo Goods direct fron dRortanri, they are enabled to offer then at ?*&* rmufk'below ang other house. ? l?- soliciting PuMic Patronage, M«wn. t. rlc 8 itW to*$a v, that it m theVintenti*u t-- %*ep oj ;«n ex'ensiy**nd at +be*ame time as choice mr^ _ tortfnejjtHof^Mi»rc|iandize, as is to be procured .*nd that 'for the accommodation of the Public ♦ihey^wlll-tvceif e in payment, Wheat, Oats, Bar iley and wool at Market Prices. ? jFer JPrJni^jHeccutithey^hi^*' receiver! :— Tfibftkeis— Witney, % 7r«, ^XH ^nd 11 quarters — — \ 'ftpmhaaine ^B'd-ticlting '*J8oy*8 mtits, tartan, fe '?^Braces — V-- ~~ — lonf^ Ladies, children's and bfcicher = -Tjuttoiifl, ^i|t, «f hit* »'tal,dMd eyed, boBP, fancy, pearl ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

WMJGE INTELLIGENCE. The following cases have been disposed of :— Thomas Myer, charged ^rith drunkenness, fined five shillings. ' . — Wii. RaygR, rhargpd with dmakenness. fined five shillings. Mary Clark, charged with drunkenness, ten .days solitary confinement, on bread and water* - Titeophilus Fewtrill and^JoHN Crump, chsr^ ged with assaulting and beating Henry Boy^e, of Launceston, fined twenty^MUings each, aiid The«hilus Feutbill to nna snreties io Keep iaie -peace^f-or-thrcB monthg*-— - ? ? - ' .— -^ y* Henry Boyle, charged with drunkenness, fined fine shillings. ? _ John liANGgrpN, charged ^with insulting the Rev. Dr. Browne, Chaplain of Launceston, while in the performance of hit duty, ordered to £nd sureties to be of good behaviour for the next six months. _ _.., ? -? —~ ; John Taylor, charged with having illegally, pawned a gunr the property of ThomasJWimam SffAsSEY, of Benlo jipnd, charge dismissed, r : SATURDiY^ GAZElfiB. CBaTiriCATE,— JoBepl»;l!ilL^13,^3hiipinwi. TicgJBT ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 30th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

LAUNVESTON APrFBTISMR. ?? It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind, tlfat we are be§* able to practise tliat general virtue which comprehends the love ttf all.' .— MONTESQCIEC , r MONDAY,1W AY 30th, 1831. Necessity has been very justly termed the Mother of Invention. - When persons are driven by their necessities they are sure to strain their ingenuity to the utmost in order to obtaiu relief. HeAce the origin of the maxim that evil is productive of good. Wo exemplified this a short time ago in our ar tide upon wool, wherein we distinctly point out that it was to the depreciation in the - value of stock which t§ok place Wout four years ago, we are indebted for the present improved state of our fleeces. Folio wing up the same train of ideas,' we may jusflir conclude that the present low price of wheat may be t« rned to good account tyxreating a future advantage. That thejresent prices involve the grower inconsiderable loss is a 'Kcl too self-evident to require argument to prove it th...

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POETRY. THOUGHTS ON WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

POETRY. THOUGHTS ON WOMAN. Say what is man's sapreme delight, What can fill the heart with pleasure— What is most precious to his sight— What is nature's choicest treasure ! There is something I could name ; Is all and more— deny it, no man, Tis dearer far, than wealth and fame— Tis fair, angelic, charming Woman. Can ought to man, such rapture give, Is she not all the heart can sigh for? For many earthly things he'd live ; But lovely woman he would die for. 'let there are men (methinks you'd say) ? -Who-oft-earess her, oft riiisuse-her, ? Not men 1— appear like men they may, None but unfeeling brutes abuse her. I call him man alone, whose mind Ne*erhas found yet, a thought to harm her, In whose fond heart a fcienjl she*-l find ; If pale distress, or pain alarm her. But henceforth may her sorrows ceas«, .- Afflictions frown assail her nev«r-~ -_'. BlessJbej^indJiejLVjej^witl^^ And joy attend her. steps for ever. For she is man's supreme delight, She can fill his heart with pleasure-*...

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AGRICULTURE. No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

AGRICULTURE. No. 5. Distribution of Cropb.— The proper distribu tion of crops, and a plan for their succession, is one of the first subjects to which a farmer requires to direct his attention, the kind of crops to be raised Is determined in a great measure by^he rfunaf*, tttf, and riff****** and the qaantfty of each, by the value, demand; and the adjustment of farm tabor. __In the adjustment of farm Uber, the great art -is-to -divide it as equally as jtossTbie 'throughout tjie year. Thus it woiild not answer In any situa* ' don to sow exclusivetyjwheat or rye ; nor oats or barley ; for by so deing all the labor of^seedV time wouldL jcome on at once, and the same- of — harvest work, while the-4-est of the year there would be little to do on the farm. But by so w ing a p6rtionj-f These'and-other crops, the labor both of seed-time and harvest is divided and rendered easier, and more likely to be done well and in , season. But this point is~so obvious as not to require elucidation. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

fSlHE ear^o of tbe Nimro dozily expeeCT rj JL ed at Launceston, will consist princi- u pally of— ? S Sugar ? _ ? ? __, ? ?French wines . T , T a Liq^rs and brandy, f rom tt^ Isle oT . ^ France ..__J ? A ? : ? ^__ Carpenters' chests of tools - — ? ^ Saw=miUs: ~ ?_._.__: ? -;_ ? i Strong iron -*ranes — ; ? TAr^hingJiud winjnowingTinacninBS PlooihP. afitl ^fe^^gnc^tara4-ifnplemeiits --= ' p'-. chased at Swan Rivet, the «hple ot why-h will be offered^or sale on arrival, - Ijr the Charterers, & ^^ J.JFLABERTY. 1 ',. lanncewon, May 7th, 1831. ~] ^moTHElNHAJBrTANTS-)FLAUN- j tcfciS TON. —George Doddery, begs leave- .1 iiih*o«te-U-_th« Public, lhal he will open - in the coivrs,. of a lew days,at »he premiss known 'as the Vik Store, nwMfce-^srfi-4rfu-«c«'Sbiii-. j a general Tmbej Yard, and Warehouse Uir Mops, &c* G D. Hopes »-y strict aud unremitting ar te«iVon to bu -ine^s, to Tnerit the patron**'- and support of the Public, in the above uuderta- ? l%* CiiDAR of all thicknes...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 May 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived. On Wednesday.— The barque Thomas Laurie, W. Langdon, Master, from Hobart-town, with — 7 casks nails, 1 keg currants, 2 cans of turpnntiiie, lease of shoos, -14 coils roj*, 1 bolt canvass, I cask aud 1 ke^ currants, 1 bale ecu;; tek-j anes, 1 do. muslins, 1 tierce of silk handkerchieis, 8 pipes and 4 hhds.^cape wiue, 1 bale baize, 2 do. blankets, 1 doi^slurting^l case tea, X5 puncheons rum, 5 crates earthenware, 4 cases wearing apparrel, to J. Cameron; 10 pipes, 1 hhd. Cape wine, to. J. Archer, feq., 1 bale blankets, I parcel, containing rugs, 30 chests and 20 half-chest». tea, 1 bale wool bagging, 9 bales bags, 1 bale blan kets, 1 case scale -Ti scales and weights, 4 casks nails, 2 bundles sheet 'iron, 1 case hats, 4 cart tyars, 9 bags sugar, 14 cans turpj^tine^ Hto^W. ^ Waikinshaw ; 339 220T)ags sugar, 3 cases slops, 'l_ case hats, 5 crates earthenware, 1 case leghorns, l7dozrandT6i)und1es spades, 1 hhd. stoves, 1 cask ironwork, 6 barrels _of pitchy^...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 6th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

LAUNCESTON AprERTISEQ. ' It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind, that we are bet able to practise that general virtue which comprehends the lov« ? all.',— Monyesquiiu, MONDAY, JUNE 6th, 18M. — ^\ *t?ange sort of ^tory Jias been cifcula' ted during; ^e wcek^ of which we are rather at a loss to give an opinion, as to whether it be tru» or false. It is, that tbe local go vernment has received orders fronvthe hom» government, notio grant anymore land % but as spots are applied for to put them up for sale by Public Auction ! ! / Thffi» if correct, is the most absurd measure tiiat ever disgraeed a colonial minister, andr be trays the most perfect ignorance of the,tr«e * principles of colonization. The present land - regulatione as they stand are higtijy objec tionable, but such an alteration would ren der them abominable, 'the natural result of such a step would be, for all the land in the ' colony, , very shortly to fall into the hands of a few monied men. Than this nothing could lie ...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

BTOOPEANTNTELX1GENCE; Via Hobart To wn we glean the following brief news froraiurope up to the 6th February .—The Belgic crown had not been disposed of.— There i -were only three candidates left, viz., Duke of LeuchtenDurg, son of Eugene Beauharnois, Doc de Nemours,bon of Louis PhiUipa, and the Prince of Orange.— The latter was said to be most likely ~to~o1)iaiu the crown.— Cardinal W^d,^n^ug1kh- I Ban, is spoken ur as tbe aew Pope..— Parliament ?net on Thursday, for the first time after its ad- I journment. On tbe first night enough transpired 1 to indicate that the Session would be one of no I cottmen activity. The Lord Chancellor ^ave no* I ^tice^of- 4HS-4Mt-qidon to intmrinci»» a Bill forj amendtof the Administration of Justice ia the I Court of Chancejrj; and for «he better Admiuis' t ration of the Estate and EfTetis of~Ba»krupts» On the presentation by Lord Dimley of a peti tion relative to the state of Ireland, Lord Mel bourne took an opportunity of staling—to the House itfer...

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AGRICULTURE. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

AGRICULTURE. No. 6. ?FuaTHiR^OBSERVATioNi*.— The use «f Iwsfr done is decidedly opposite to thenprajjtice^ Uie beptfariBWB i it! utilitj, or rathiMUjuwous ef fects, 4'rom its opening the soil too much, -is a raatte^xperi^T^^^^ 4n almosteve rV«w;Mtt the growth of the young plants leaves became solarge, ™^^JjlS^nfrrni draw the greap^t part ot ineir _»««v-' — —-? ^$££ of decom^ition to which^ Ta^d-aui^hould arrive; before it*an he deemed f^offi^anure, must ^^f^ ^^ bftheTSoii: the nature of the P^'js, and the time oj^a^^ S^Sri^^ manure ; and indeed it may he asserted that no s^' will eve be fiHor much, that does nnt con - Uin a proportion of this earth,, either naturally orbyHPrtlial application. Next to farm-yard and, in many instances, still more beneficial than those of farm-yard dung. _ _ ? ht er soils, und 80 or 100 bushels mor« for Heavy^ If there be much inert vegetable matter _i« i jhe earth, the quick-\ime will prepare it for bf*™''! rich earth be taken from arable ?«-«*.- h? «...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived. On Friday,— The brig David Owen, Captain Aik -drews, froriaXoiidon, with a cargo of merchandize, and the following- Passengers,— ^Mfs. Andrews, Capt, Kyle-,-Xady, 2 children' and '2'servants'7'Ca'ijt. Ritch ie,' 2 Misses Towers, Mfc-E. H. Thomas, 'Mr-. Clarke, JVLc_Nelson, Mr. Jackson- Mr. George Thomas, Ml Hornman, Mr. Husseldyii^-an^ Mr.THalcolm ; ^also Mrs, Mt'Ketterie, wile of h soldier,; _ ? ? SSA-ttED. . ? This Morninihg.— The bilg Elizabeth, Oliver ^5wan ? Master, tor London, with 205 bales wool, 3 cases and 2 boxes curiosities, 182 tons T)ark, 2 casks soal skins, and 600 bullock horns. Passenger.— Mr. J.iicottt. \ E SS ELS iLEMAi ATJJNfi^I N JPHE -HA_RB O DR^ ^ Ships TMary and 1 liomas Lawrie ; brigs Brilaniiis^: David Owen*, and Czar; and cutter Fanny. A4liflV^j^H[N-TM:G:BA4lT--T-^AV'N. .- — ^ ? i3nitlie^9,-^The siiip Eliza, 53« Tons, John J. €freves^cominaKderj from Li^ndon^-Stii-Jp'ebimarj, wit )i 224 male prisoners, Surg^on-SusperjnteMdeii...

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