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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

[?] -5ai ev ances.— Ip our last we alluded to a meet *ing held at Hobart for the purpose of taking tuto consideration certain V grievances'* under which the colonists are said to labor, and the propriety of addressing His Majesty Kino William IV. thereupon. We also took a brief notice of the subjects which transpired, and pro mised to recur to them in our present number. In fulfilment of that promise we shall first consider the ^meeting, and the persons by whom it was '«* got up.' Secondly, those subjects proposed as grievances, which we consider are not so; and finally, what we deem to be the real grievances jmderjphich the-colonistsjure laborjng.Togive the meeting an appropriate designation, has, we must confess, puzzled us more than- most things «f colonial occurrence for the last twelve months. It has been called a 'public' meetiufc in one lireath, and the next moment we^re told that the 'getting up*f was entrusted to certain gentle men, to wit Messrs. Gelli brand, Keh?, Mere di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

N ADVERTISEMENTS OF THIS DAY. ISfay 35th, J«3l. IMPOUNDED at the north Esk, by Mil. ^EnKOir~H(KBitER Kiilafaddyi— - 1 dark brown cow, with star in the forehead, branded F U near hip, with calf by her side, branded F U near hip. 4 speckeled cow;, -branded FU neariiip. - ?1 mouse coloured heifer, stat in forehead, branded FU near hip. 1 red cow, with piece cut out the right ear,* with black bull calf by her side. 1 poland cow branded W.H n?»r hip, A off hip, 1 black cVlf with white belly, off ear slit. 1 black sided steer, white back belly and tail iwaTrdeTfl^jflcIfcTp near hip. i black and white heifer, with Star in the ^ferehead, UrandeU 4¥ JinsfcsteaBMttrMffc^ — —^r=-. Damage 6d each, poundage fees sixpence per head per day, food and Water, three pence per head per day* ' . If not claimed and expences paid within the time allowed by law, they will be sold by me at the pound, on Wednesday the 15th June, ac cording to the provisions of the impounding Act. ? —_.-?.. ? — :._— DAVID WIL...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

THE SCRlfiBLER.-No. 15, ? A'PARTtv^E^-»ry bn-Tis7u1!y sensible of the errors of others; although very few trouble their seives to correct^heirjown^ \n example of this 1 ^awTeffintly^TTlappenJii^ to 4iave some little — business in town, f was compelled to stay several days out of my favorite retirement. Most of try time was occupied in serious matters at least to me; but on one occasion I was tempted to go oat-jo _** ji_ — parly' at the house or a much valued friend. 1 was mere inir^iiucf^^jioiLag-M^ftp^seHftftiPf^^r I should, I suspect, have been rou?h1yhahdled by tbe fair spx) to several young females, with whom I was at 6rst much taken ; but in the course of the evening, I saw so much- levity- in their ~de ? meaner- -that I regret to say^my__jmmejs|pns I in their favor were much weakened. The«e was i ? iLne^JLfeiiiD-^JiixwaiM^comip to understand, by her intended, with whom,ev-'n ? — before ^he rompttny, she played snrh fantastic ) ? t«c4tMhat^wy=de4wHi^^^^^^tn^nol^tif ryTnotfcJ es...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

ADVERTISMENTS. &tt tgj)t 4UH WkMMt* p#r— London Direct. '' fyiHE fine fast-sailing: ship Thomas Lave 1 rie W, Lakgdon Lt. R. N, Commaad^ eT,haviog anivHfl at tlfis Portvliom BoburtTown, the principaH part of her cargo4-eing positively ln^ gHged,~1ier stay here w ill not be more^than thre« weeks. 'j _ ' ?? : -:'; - ?'? '^ ' ', ' ' — Accommodations for Pas9t*flg-?rs- are^suchja* . -~ will ensure every coaifort jyttdjioiivcnience. «. - For Freiffh tor-Passage,' apply to .-. : ^ ^WILLIAM WALKINSITAW, AgenU Launceston, 15A March, 1831. ' Wteight or Passage to Sydney. rfyflfeleleB^on-ofr-the Jimrod-^t L^im^ — Mr- cestoa wHlnote^ceed 10 days after hgr arrival -«» ihe Taniar, wheu she will be despatch ed for Sydney, unless previously s»old. For Fright or Passage^rad interim, apply to the Under91gned, ~T;-prAHKaTr, Launcestou, IMay 7th, 1831. TO HE SOLD BY AUCTIOlS, BY Mr. KlCH.lRD WBITE, On Thursday, the 8th June, at Mr. Hisksman s, Launcebton :— . ; ' rUHAT Excellent farm situate a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

CLEVELAND. TH E Yan Dleraen's Land Gommoy V Cleveland Horse, CLEVELAND, 'Will st'-md to coy*1!; tjuringthe app«*oachiiig »pason ?t JM r- -Secirge Scott's, Mount Morriston, Mac-~ .quarie River. ? -__... ? _. Term* £5, and 5s. to the Groom. Payment to foe roade: hy note of hand, at nine months da te, *- which TOust^ewntjtoiWTTSfcOTTrwith *he Mates. For sach^s do not pro ?p in foal half will be ^w* — T±*?1?!jfc?n_^?~IBai'1* covered ^J35tis_thef^lowiog jeasoni^rnpadflock 67 ^300 acres, with a river -frontage, is provided for Mares, gratis, where ever y care will betaken of them, but without re sponsibility, i . '*. ^LEVEL \ND was imported from England per Tr«wroer-?, Captain Wales, in October, 1826, ^nd has covered-twee Mares at Circular Head, where he has proved himself a son* foal getter, is now ejLrh t ' yoftts old, stands 1 6f hands, with great bonp aii^actjoii. ?---?-. ' Thi» Cleveland Breed is well known inJKngland as that from which the Yorkshire Hunter and the t - CarriPge Horse...

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ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSIONS. New Norfolk. May 23rd, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSIONS. New Norfolk. Mov Vfrd* 1831. Psesent Joseph Trdne,'Esq7rChairinaiii^T-D«~ maresq, Esq., G. Thomson, Esq., A. Daties, Esq Richard Ryan stooa~charged ^with^tealing-eefi.- tain articles of weiring apparel, the property of James J)ouglass, and Benjamin BuMmrd with re ceiving the same, knowing them to be suited. — Verdict not eruihv. - Michael Cogan jtooiLjcitaig?d_!*l*'ITece'1r'llf_ several articles of wearing apparel ^'stolen ~W~ some persou or persons unknown. — Verdict Guil ty. Seven years transportation beyond the' term of original sentence* -? , :

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

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. The Sydney Herald.— We have been polite ly favored, by Messrs.— Stephen, Stores and Macgarvie, the printers and publishers of the Sydney Herald, with ihe-first-number-oHhis very -unique and well-got-up journal, ^n point of ty pography and arrangemeul, -Jt~~ quite —eclipses- -all that has emanated from the t^rfoTria^preBirbe^ fore ; and so far as we can judge from the leading article, it is as well conducted as it is prtoied. Itsjirice^toe, ^s« nipr^lllftrtCT-~ls sotIqw- that it' highly merits the patronage of the Public which -we-sfaeefely-trost it wHi~irot~Hll1^o'oTrtain~; liT size it is only equal to the Launcc*lon Advertiser^ j-f last year; but in consequence of its sirialJ but ^alutifully^lear^type^jtiJontains nearly if not quite as much matter as our journal. It professes ' to be. of no party , and decries the extremes on both sides in politics, by which it bids fair to keep on good terms with all. As a commercial paper it seems to be the most complete of a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

DIED.             On the 4th inst, at Thirkleby, Yorkshire, Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart. R. R. S. F. L. S. F. H. S. in his 81st year.

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Richmond May 30, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 June 1831

Richmond Mov 30, 1831 Present.— J. Hone, Esq., Chairman, j. Gordon, J. H. Butcher, F. Roper, T. A. Lascelles, G. W. Gunning:, H. Nlcholls, Esqs. 'David Harley pleaded guilty to an indictment for stearing a hat* the property of ffenry Leigh. Sentence— Seven years transportation. — Mary Coorabes stood charged with stealing cer tain articles of small value, viz : calico, &c., the property of her master, T : A. Lascelles, Esqt to j I whom she was assigned servant. - Verdict, Ho\ Guilty. I Mr. Gel li brand appeared to support -an appeal of Mr. Win . Bntcher, a Licensed Victualler, against the convictien of Mr . Gunning and Mr; ! Lascelles, in a penalty of £10 and costs, for il-j legally taking a pledge. Mr: GelHbraud argued, Ibal the couviction could not stand, being on the fhce of it informal, no date being alleged, so ag to fix the offence to a specific period: — ?. .. Conviction quashed accordingly: Mr: Gilbert Robertson, Chief District Consta ble, appeared to support an infor...

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AGRICULTURE No. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

AGR1CULTCBE. No. 7, . WHEAT.r-We left off at the mode of procuring new varieties of wheat. . Marshal (Yorkshire) mentions a case id which a man of accurate obfeervatiDTirha^ingr™^1*^ of wheat perceived a plant of uncommon strength and luxuriance, diffusing its branches on every ?ide, and settiug its closely surrounding neigh bours at defiance, marked it; and at harvest ? . ? i :*. n»«n«afAl» Tk«» nrnnuce was 15 ears, - Melding 604 grains of a 6trongTb©diedTlivercolor ed wheat, differing, in general appearance from every other variety he had seen. TU*. Jilwftw smooth, withoutawns, and of the colour d^ttoe crain: the straw stout and reedy. These 604 crams were planted singly, nine inches asunder, ffllinff about 40 square yards of ground, on a. 5o«r stubble, the remainder of the g™ttq being sown with wheat in the ordinary way ; by winch means extraordinary trouble, and destruction ov Wrds-were avoided. The produce was two gal-. Ions aw. a half weighing ^0i1b». of prime g»m for jeed, be...

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SELECTIONS FROM LATE PAPERS. (continued from page 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

SELECTIONS FHOM'-LATft fAI'EKS. icon Unucd from page 4.) Th* Heiress Presumptive.— The Princess Tutorial is wry inlelli*en.t ;. 1* *el I wwd-JD Fmirfe, German, and Italian, as well as in the -histarV^InuLQwiinml 6«h*r countries, and has madp RrPBt proiinfiicy in music, or which, like her mother, *h« is extremely Iqnd. Sh* is, wiih out fl^nvFTt^ery - beautiful girl, and her eye* and countenance Have tnufh^xfreswon ib them. inTi^rTO**^^ is now improv^d,^i«a *ne js ouij »' ?«;— ~ '' reject of adebiTityTnlier ancles and fecit, .which Tenders her unable to support Jier own weight in walking and obliges her t«--be-eitli«r-ea*Hed-by her attendants, or wheeled in a chair. From_ bein^tout oMier- age-, and i having ™y smnii feet, there is, it is feared, the less probability of her recovering her lameness as she grow* «P '- Her roval tH^hT^s-wlTITTB^^^rti^' .prolwbrJttyr ascMlil the throne of her ancestors at an earlier age (han any former Queen. Mary was 36. Jtli laVlh 25, and Queen Anne 38. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

? &B W WAREHOUSE. . MESSRS. J, 1& Th ROBERTSON, having o|-fiiifj a_ S 'j^QfiE jq JLaunceg^ _ i ton, at (h« premises lately occupied by Mr. James Hoxjghton, in Brisbane-street, beg to in timate to th*' Public, that Hiey ha*e now #n sale ? GREAT VARIETY OF WELL SELECTED -GQQDS ; to an inspection of which they most respectfully invitejtheir immediate^ attention. ~ J. & P*-R^ 'having ^dei Hrmine~d~at ~a\h time- to -offer their Goods, at the4ow--$t possible prices, ? ^ncl^hat Uie' greatest^Bilt^iiiion f«fcall always be ? paicTto any orders, which they may he favored, ? fagjig to-jneellhe. countenance and support of gen tlemen resident in the country, .and the Public generally. Colonial Produce taken in payment, dnne 4th, 1831. — - ? TfOTitTST ? MUCH incftivenienoe laving been expe rienced from bodies -h* y ing been brought t© the burial Gr-. mi tor in (Turnout, ^i'lioui snf ficientl»bti«'e'Be]'«Hg''ki-v«jn^ to allow the graves to be prepared, The Public are hereby...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

ADVERTISMJENTS. For London 'DirecL THE tS ne fast-sailing ship Thomas Law rie W. Lakgdon Lt. K. N, Commarj^» er, having arrived at tiiis Port, troai Hol)^rtTown, the principal part of her cai^o being positively en. ga^ed, h^r stay lie re Will not be more than three \mj aj l% I/1 U ? * Wrrtiai : -? ? ? Accommodations for Passengers are such as will enanre every comfort and conveniewie* ? For Freight or Passage, a[-ply to WILLIAM WALKINSHAW, ? ? Agent. Launceston, 15th March, 1831. Freight or Passage to Sydney. THE detention of the Nimrod at Laun ceston willjaot exceed 10 days after her arrival in the Ji3araarJLjwhfeB ^he will be despatcfc7 ^edior^ydney,, _Bnless4)cejlously jojd. _ _ ._ -~_ — ^or^reigk^or-Fassage^rad interim, apply to Launcestou, May 7th, 1831. COURT OF REQUESTS. THE Undersigned begs to intimate to persons who have causes in the above Court, with ^hich they may be inclined t««wr him, that H is impossible for him to undertake «ny rases, unless the amount of the court t...

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SELECTIONS FROM LATE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

SELECTIONS TOOJ^LATE PAPERS. Grievances.— The chimney-sweepers' boys I have lately beeo annoying their masters by as sembling, in gangs of 20 or 30, and, under the pretence of a ' lark,' destroying their windows. J)ne _of Jtbem. was examined at the Mansion- House on Wednesday, and remanded. It was the opini on of several of the complainants, that the intro duction of sweeping-machines 'had given offence, and that the number of apprentices in the trade were the real grievance* of the delinquents. [The grievances of the Hobart Town meeting, are nearly as well grounded.— Ed. L. A.J ' The Press. — Ferdinand nas issued a new de cree against the press in Spain, by which imprison ment for two years is declared against minor offences, and the punishment of death awarded to authors and printers who shall publish books containing treasonable or sacriiigious expressions. On the other hand, it is said in the Mesmager df« - £hami-crtf that the King of Sardinia has allowed all the French Journals...

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

^ATURDAY'^ OAZRTTE. TrfTCET* o» Leave —John Brown 10. Alraorah. James Gardener 333. Albion. Thwna'* ' Btlston . 710. Asia. (1, Hi'iirj Anderson, 243 Andromeda. Benjamiu Minu, 177 Coromundel. Francis H^au. 210, Caledonia 1. Wiiliam Tu;nip. 160. Countess Har ? -cauri^JliiDjiavKinif. 127-do. Georjje Ajlcn, d». Tlio;nas L-^vcis. 329. Calpdonin 27JoiuTlHnK.ey . 203. Chapman. .T«hu Elrahimtr 44. KiifUovv, Pr'lPeersr-45, I-o)d31e1vill^. William Yates. 28, Lord Huu^erfiKd Thoraas Ba^nall. 476 do.~Thomas-7W^liams. 634 La-1y' Eas- . C.'iarles Mann. 516. do. John Williams. 255. Maria. Tosepii ?vave-. 28t. Mrdway. James Morris. 375. Prince of Orange William Mae'iay 484. ,Phcenix. S. Louisa Loyd, 60 Providence. John Smith. 4L[. Richmond. James Dodd. 326. Sir Godfrey VVebster. Samuel Turner. 359. Woodfonl. William Ca-low. 765 John Barnes. 024. do. James Holland . alias Barnes, 1143. eouviiitod before the Sapreme Court Hobart Towii.JSteplien Hopwood. 913. do. Launceston ?Ooartki Sssstovs— The Gene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

ADVEHTISEMENTS OF THIS DAY. BURNISHED APARTMENTS] ~ .™T~' Furoistied Sitting Room, si-n-ed-: Toom, wiUi i-owd. Address A. B. at the Printing 'Office. . fe^L- ' taunceston, June 13th, 1831. For London Direct. ~~ TH E fine fast-bailing bark Thomas Law^ , r«'e W.Langdon Lt. R. N , Command er, having tjit; guuiest part of her cargo engaged, will sajl positively in lhr«e veeks;13 ? Ber A ccommodations for Passengers we very — '- ? «upertm*r- — — . ? — — ? . ' ~ri For Freight or Passage, apply to . WBL WAI.KINSHAW, Agent.; Xaunceston. . *' ' Juue,i3ih,J£3i^ ? , / __ — ^ Jr?O^SALE.w-A very Elegant PIANO -— — ^^ ^7-^Z *PS*S to WM. WALKINSHAW. [??iiliiiii '~'' —^^^AliTow^ ? J' AN©SCAi3E ANNmALrp-^ Kjmo'- Jt^~pies~of this eiegant jand~big^ly-li«lifie3 B »ok for Sale; and several other Annuals, vrz.. ^he- Humorist, JPorget-Me^Noiy^n-i Souvenir, are expected in the first vessel from Hobart Town notice of which J?i|Lbe_g»ven . ? N. B.— At the same^coitage the lovers of Ihe ^ne^rts-may obtain a v...

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LIES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

LIES OF THE DAY. Besides the i?30.000 spent i» the late aborigi ^^TpHii4««yjjw^r-ij..^:4O.()0i) ha]iincg_wfli«jnjjift^^^^^ Treasurer'^ chest,— fjuk-iime*.- '~ ' j- Wejire ripe fora House of Assembly, — Ibid, The result of the late PhmW Meeting at the Court-hous^, affords more^aud amre cause of con*' gra-ttifaiion, th».MnM*e it is considered, — Ibid. The distress prevalent in onr raon^y market Js „ Aborning daily-mor^ and mor** alar nun i$, and un less some measure Up promptly adopted lo'ajievi aTe^the exisling^scarcity of moiif.y, very serious consequences must inevitably foilow.-«-I6/rf. We maintain that, the bringing ouf ;i lazy, dis orderly, set of vagrant*?, who, are in* -refuse of the Mother Country,. ov-»r whom, on Hu-ir land ing, w«* should have no manner of control, would unquestionably be bequeathing to the colony in numerable difficulties. — Vnd. Our income exceeds the expenditure in no less than Seventy Thousand Wound* per axnum J—lbid The last Jand._jregu!at«on« shew the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. No arrivals or departureTthis^veek. — -? ' Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships Mary and Thomas Lawrie ; brigs Britannia, David Oweii , and Czar ; and cutter Fanny.. Vessels loading and on .the ?vay for thesej?prts when lhehXira«c6untrtefr^^ daily expected. ; ~- - Van jDiemcn'* Land and Sydney. ?Surrey sailed ...» ? j^acre ..-.-.— -tJurje'r, ditto ? Boyd Vibelia, ^Itto V. . . . . . . . . ... . B. «tephen«eB „- JPanJ)ieme»*$ Jjand only. , | Percy,rsa^d ........... ... Middielon | Brilliant, loading ? Hopton | Tasmaniau Packet, loading .. Hawkins. 1 - ~ Lannceslon Direct. 1 , JEroteusTioading .......... Brown | Swan River arid Van Dtemtn'f Land. :, Atwick, sailed ? Jttugh M'Kaj* J Geor.ve Keith, seaman of the David Owen^ «*Larg---l »v it h drunkenness and insubouiinatiou i-n board th* vessel— twenty -one days in t be House of Curfew ».);-- ' - . -. \~~ ^ Jjar^RooKE, charged with drunkenness— fined A tMntf Testing cas- of forgery cameroTGrthTS~day ? -=-tJhp_}_...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

POLICE INT fcLIJGENCE. ~~^eHbilowiug^case^ave^e^i^ijqiiised^l^i Jon n Burns, charged with drunk-jmiHss— fciea | -fire shillings. - -? j William Chapman, charged with ha\ina in 1»«J possession, know ing them to have been Mi»tpnf j one iron pot,: the property^Trf^Tr^^-^H^*1*! and one^raUbit,, the^roperly of Huhan? Cj«rk,| of the Nor ih Eek— bound over to ? ?Pf-'^N' ^tlbc } next Quaiier Sesions, to be held at Lauhce6tonj b to answer the charge. -/J-.: ?- ????-''- -'- ? ? '^-c|

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 June 1831

TO COKRESPONDENTS. 'Junius Tasmanicus7' on emigration will be attended to. as soon as circumstances will per mit. Next week h«» will observe some of his opinions have been anticipated to us. _ The letter signed' u A Radical', we have con signed to the flames. Neither his cause nor diction. merited a better fate. ?w Quidnunc,'1 and uSciiibo,h two letters: but written we suspect by the same person will ap pear tn turn. Several letters addressed to the Scribbler hav« been duly Tor warded; nmong t-th«rsv one sca» — \ed v-Hh SLJCORt^oLMim^ ?

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