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MANIFESTO OF THE EX-QUEEN REGENT OF SPAIN. Marseilles, November 8, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
MANIFESTO OF THE EX-QUEEN REGENT OF SPAIN. Marseilles, November 8,1840. When your King, at the brink of the grave, plnccd with his trembling ¡12nd the reins of the state in my hands, my eyes were turned alternately towards my husband, the cradle of my child, and the Spanish nation, thus uniting in one these three objects of my aflbetlon, in order to recommend them in the same prayer to the protection of Heaven. My painful trials as a wife and a mother, whilst the life of my husband, and the throne of my daughter were in danger, did not prevent my per- forming my duties as Queen. At my voice the universities were opened ; at my voice inveterate abuses disappeared, and wise and deeply-meditated reforms began to present themselves ; and, at my voice, those who were proscribed, and wandering in foreign lands, were restored to their homes, which they had so vainly sought to revisit. Your joyful enthusiasm at these solemn acts of justice and clemency was only equal to the extent of the gr...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
EXTRACTS. I Woolwich, Dec. 1.-The " Anne" sailed on Fri- áis T With »cargo of shot, for the Buckinghamshire East Indiaman, lying at present at Northfleet-hope. This splendid vessel has now a considerable number of guns and a large quantity of shot on board, and will shortly sail for the East Indies. The "Chalton" removed 1,000 ten-inch shells yesterday for the East India Company. The shells are to be put on board the George IV*., at present lying in the East India Docks. It is worthy of remark, that notwithstanding the (rreat quantities of military stores recently shipped from the Royal Arsenal for China, Syria, and other parts of the world, the supply has been so well kept tip that there is actually at present a greater quantity on hand than there was at the commencement of the year, when the stock exceeded 28,000 large guns, and upwards of 4,000,000 of balls and shells. The successful attack on St. Jean d'Acre is the object of many attempts of the Paris journals to di- minish the ...
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. Sevfral Ion? enquiñes have lately taken place at the Mansion House in London, before the Lord Mayor, respecting the affairs and management of the British and Australasian Bank, of 55, Moorgate-street, London. The enquiry originated in the conduct of | the Bank, with reference to a bill of exchange for £200. drawn by Mr. C Boucher, at Sydney. The enquiry has excited a great deal of interest. We subjoin the first public enquiry as given by the Morning Chronicle . BRITISH AND AUSTRAL\SIAN BANK. Mansion House, November 9th, 1840 Mr. Ashurst, the solicitor, wailed upon the Lord Major for the purpose of making a representation of an important | nature, with i eferente to the concern called the British and Australasian Bank, No. 55, Moorgate street, and requested that Ina lordship would send a messenger lo the mauager of that bank, to say that that gentleman's attend, ance upon the occasion was necessary. Mr. Fredeuc Boucher, the mauager of the British and Australasia...
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Hobart Town for the week ending 22nd March, 1841, inclu- sive:-Flour, 17 tons. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Laun- ceston during the week ending 20th March, 1841, inclusive : -Oats, 45 buiheU ; Flour, 26 tons. G. H. Barnes, Collector.
THE COURIER. St[?] of Prospere. HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
THE COURIER. Strrnue et Çrospw. HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, MARCH 26. On Tuesday next it is proposed to give a public dinner to Captain Montagu on his return to this colony, as a mark of the private esteem entertained for his character, and in token of the services which he has rendered us in England, by using his best endeavours towards relieving our reputation of the foul aspersions which ignorant or interested men busied themselves in heaping upon us, until by dint of remonstrance and persuasion with the Home Autho- rities, lie was enabled not only to cause thetide^of trans- portation which annually flowed into this colony to return again to its original course, but to add and make tributary to it the streams which flowed and were destined to flow elsewhere. It is true that the system is modified; but in tbc present exi- gency of affairs, or indeed under any circumstances, the annual expenditure which large bodies of prison- ers must bring to the colony, will prove of incalculable benef...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
sFOR LONDON.-(To follow the Wave.) ___. The first-class bark HINDOO, 310 tons, C. L. VAN ZUILICOM, commander, now taking iu wool, will meet with quick despatch. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodation both for cabin and for four steerage passengers, apply on board, or to New Wharf, March 4. Willis, Garrett, & Co. -*§*: FOR LONDON.-The first-class bark FORTI SsSsg TUDE, EDWARD PAYNE, commander, has the greater part of her cargo ready for shipment, and will meet with quick despatch. For freight of wool or passage, apply to Captain Payne on board, to Kerr, Alexander, & Co., or to New Wharf, Jan. 7. Askin Morrison. ,FOR PORT NICHOLSON, NEW ZEA _ LAND.-(Should sufficient inducement offer.) ThT~LADY RAFFLES, A 1, 800 tons, EDWARD HIGHT, commander. For freight or passage, apply to the commander on board, or to Old Wharf, Mardi 24. Cummins, Munday, & Co. ,FOR SALE, the well-known cutter ROYAL _ WILLIAM, admirably adapted for whaling, or other purposes,...
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
POLICE. Maurice Wyle, ticket-of-leave, charged with being in a fj public-house yesterday, and concealed in a bedroom where females were-ordered to the house of correction for '^sfe month to hard labor. Michael Synot, remanded on a charge of drunkenness and assaulting Constable Haydon, now appeared to answer the above charge. It appeared by the evidence, that the constable was more in fault than the defendant, he having acted in a very disorderly manner towards de- fendant and his wife, insulting her with the grossest epithets, whereupon the man naturally ran to take his wife's part, and was then taken into custody, and the above charge preferred against him. Case dismissed. A person named Bailey bound over to keep the peace towards Mr. Shacklock, in his own recognizance of £30. Edward Ayton, a constable, charged with absence from his duty and playing at cards in a public-house - re- manded. Sarah Donachie, ticket-of-leave, charged willi being drunk and out after hours-three mouths' ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 26 March 1841
SALES BY AUCTION. Superior Working Bullocks, Milch Cows, Cart Mares, Fillies, and Geldings. MR. D. TAYLOR will SELL by AUCTION, at Mr. Evans' Sale Yards, Wheat Sheaf, Coal Uiver Road, on Thursday, the 22nd April next, the sale to com- mence precisely at 1 o'clock Twenty pairs very superior working bullocks, mostly four years, none above six years old Twenty superior milch cows of highly improved breed Four ditto carl mares, pure Clevelands, bred by the Circular Head Company, and all ia foal by Sam Four ditto fillies, of the same breed, just broke in Two ditto geldings, ditto Few ditto young heifers and steers of improved breed. The whole of the above Stock, collectively, will be found on inspection lo be inferior to none of the most choice stock in the colony ; they are. all in excellent con- dition, and, ns a proof of the assertion, they may be daily inspected by application to the overseer, at Rosny, Kangaroo Point. Terms-Under £30, cash ; nbove that sum, three months, by approved...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 29th March, 1841. ROYAL ENGINEER DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, Witt March, 1841. HOT AL KNGINCEH DEPARTMENT. Tenders will be received at thi$ Office until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 21st of April, for the supply of Charcoal required by the Royal Engineer Department during the period commencing on the 1st May, 1841, to 31st March, 1843. CONDITIONS. The Contract to be in force from the time of acceptance, but detcrm ¡«able at any period after three months, on either partv giving the other notice in writing. The Charcoal to be of the best quality, and delivered into the Royal Engineer Yard, Macquarie Point, as may be ordered. Persons tendering will also name two respectable securities for the fulfilment of their Contract. Payments to be made quarterly. Tenders to be enclosed in 'an envelope, and endorsed, " 1 ender for Charcoal, Royal Engineer Department, Hobart Te wii." GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G.
THE CABINET. TO A DEPARTED SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
THE CABINET. TO A DEPARTED SPIRIT. BY MKS. IIKMANS. From the bright stars, or from the viewless air. Or from some world, unreached by human thought; Spirit, sweet spirit 1 if thy home be there. And if thy visions with the past be fraught, Answer me, answer me ! Have we not communed here', of life and death ? Have we not said that love, such love as ours, Was not to perish, os a rose's breath, To meit away, like song from festal bowers? Answer, oh I answer me I Thine eye's last light was mine-the sonl that shone Intensely, mournfully, through gathering haze; Didst thou bear with thee, to the shore unknown, Nought of what lived in that long earnest gaze ? Hear, hear, and answer rae ' Thy voice-its low, soft, fervent, farewell tone' . Thrilled through the tempest of the parting strife Like a faint breeze:-oh I from that music flown. Send back one sound, if love's be quenchless life I But once, oh I answer mc I In the still noontide, in the sunset's hush, In the dead hour of night, when...
ENGLISH. BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIAN BANK. Mansion House, Nov. 12, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
ENGLISH. BRITISH AND AUSTRALASIAN BANK. Mansion House, Nov. 12,1810. On Tuesday Alderman Pirie appeared as one of the South Australian Lind Association, to bring a charge against Mr. Frederick Boucher, the manager of the concern called the British and Australasian Bank, of whose conduct Mr. Ashurut, the solicitor, had complained on Saturday last. Mr. Beddome, solicitor to certain claimants upon the bank, attended to state the substance of the accusation as regarded them and Mr. Frederick Boucher; and Mr. Thomas, of the house of Kersey, Hughes, and Thomas, presented themselves upon being sent for by the late Lord Mayor, who sat upon the occasion. Aldermen Copeland and Gibbs were also present, as was Mr. Ashurst, who at- tended to watch the proceedings. Mr. Beddome said that he appeared before the Lord Mayor ia consequence of the report in the news- papers respecting the transactions of the British and Aus- tralasia Bank, No. 55, Moorgatc-street. He represented Mr. F. Grote, the holde...
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 29th March, 1841. SALE [?] AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 29r/i March, 1841. S.VLB BY AUCTION. " of Her Majesty's Navy, the Surplus Stores, Bedding, Prison Fittings, Sic. landed from the male Convict ship " Lady J ¡.Raffles." Terms-Cash, and the lots to bo removed immediately after the sale. GEORGE MACLEAN, A CG.
THE COURIER. Strenue et Prospere. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
THE COURIER. Strcmie et iJrosptrc. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, MARCH 30. THE Secretary of State has approved of the Rev. the Roman Catholic Vicar-General being" placed upon an equality with the Rev. Mr. Lillie in respect to His lordship ha3 expressed his unqualified appro- bation of the system of education adopted by Sir John Franklin, and approves of the vote of £4000 for this purpose. He affirms his readiness to assist the plan, and with this view will forward teachers, accord- ing to the suggestions which have been made from this colony. It «ill be Been from our China intelligence, which reaches us to the end of December, that the truce en- tered into was but a pretext for delay 'on the part of the Chinese, and the war which was lately looked upon as concluded, seems likely to be protracted to an indefinite period. Things have been better ma- naged in Syria. Admiral Elliot has resigned the command of the fleet, and Sir Gordon Bremer suc- ceeds. Let us hope that the time for striking a ...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
IRELAND. Two hundred healthy Irish peasants embarked on Saturday from Cork in the Express steamer for Ply- mouth, whence they would sail for Sydney and Port Phillip in the Argyle, on Monday. They were, with few exceptions, of the better order of farmers. One family, named Dwyer, created much interest. They consisted of a widow, seven daughters, and two sons ; they had, it was stated, left an extensive " take" in tho county of Limerick, and, with numbers of their neighbours, induced by the representations of a gen- tleman who had only a short time returned, had broken up and disposed of their establishments, and determined to settle in Australia.-Nov. 7. During the past week several meetings have taken place in Dublin and elsewhere for the purpose of promoting Irish manufactures. In refereuce to one of these, Lord Mountcashel writes :-" Let us eu courage profitable manufactures, but let us never forget that Ireland must look to her green acres as her surest and best support."
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, 16th March, 1841. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
COMMISSARIAT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, IGr/t March, 1841. "WHEAT. Notice.--Tenders Tor the following quantities of Colonial Wheat, of the best quality, will be received at the respective Commissariat Offices here and at Launceston, until 12 o'clock on Wednesday, the 7th Apiil next, vii. At Hobart Town, addressed to Assistant Commissary Ge- ntilli Maclean, for 700,000 pounds. At Launceston, addressed to Deputy Assistant Commissary Gcneial Priiiulx, for 300,000 pounds. The wheat must be perfectly clean and free from smut, and the tenders should express the rate per 100/4«. The period of delivery not to be later than the dist May next. ] 'ayment will be made in the usual manner, and the tenders subject to the conditions which appeared in the Gazette of 10th January, 1840. GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 71. Colonial Secretary's Office, 24th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 71. Colonial Secretary's Oflice, 24th March, 1841. Tickets-of-Leave have been granted to the following convicts; viz. &nbsp; James Cooper, Layton 2; William Marsden, Sarah; Henry &nbsp; &nbsp; Townsend, Eden; George Wilkinson, Sarah; Peter Brand, &nbsp; &nbsp; Georgiana; William Donnelly, Eden; James Eddyshaw, Lady &nbsp; Nugent; John Fenney, Augusta Jessie; Daniel Picket, Jupiter; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Wickham, Augusta Jessie; George Robinson, &nbsp; Georgiana; Joseph Barnes, Eden; John Cooledge, Lady Nugent; Mary Tickner, Eliza; George Catlin, England; Jas. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Duffln, Eden; Thomas Haggan, Lady Harewood; William &nbsp; &nbsp; Harrison, Georgiana; Robert Howarth, William Metcalf; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Lane, Circassian; William Rudd, Lady Kennaway; &nbsp; &nbsp; Henry Timms, Lady Nugent; Edmund Todman, Eden;...
NEW ZEALAND PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
NEW ZEALAND PRESS. WE are much mistaken if crimping and its consequences will not prove a source of annoyance to Governor Hobson nnd his advisers, as longaa the clique at Auckland endures. Last week we ventured to recommend that letters should be written by the settlers at Port Nicholson to their frieuds in England, political and commercial, representing the conduct of the Thames functionaries in its true colours ; and we can now state that in numerous instances this sug- gestion lias not only been adopted, but that our wishes have been anticipated by several gentlemen whose influ- ence will be felt in quarters where Captain Hobson must be most anxious to stand well. Statements will be made privately and confidentially by staunch friends of the Go- vernment, who would not join in any open attack ; and it is needless to remark how much more effectual this kind «f interference frequently becomes, than a formal motion in Parliament-though there also the name of Hobson will become notor...
EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 30 March 1841
EXTRACTS. The arrival of the « Chelydra," Captnin Smale. has turnished us with recent datea from Auckland. We nre nappy to hear Captain Hohson's health has been quite restored. About three hundred acres of the town ure reduced lo a plan ; of these, about thirty acres are offered for sale on the 19th April next. This will be the first land offered by. the Government, and considering that at the dale of sale, these Islands will hate been proclaimed, in the name of the Queen, some fifteen months,-though nor surveys ha\e been delayed,-the Company's proceedings »re compared to advantage with those of the Government. And more particularly so, when it is kept in mind that the operations of the Government have been carried on upon a large level territory, unencumbered by a single tree or bush. Surveying in «itch a district might be carried on by tens of thousands of acres in the week. The Govern- ment at Auckland purpose recovering a large space from «ne water ; by ruuning out a three sided...