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THE CABINET. THE FUNERAL HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
THE CABINET. THE FUNERAL HYMN. BV MUS. li CM AN S. Where the long reeds quiver. Where the pines make moan. By the forest-river, Sleeps our babe alone. England's field-rlowers may not deck his grave, Cypress shadows o'er him darkly wave. Woods unknown receive him, 'Midst the mighty wild; Yet with God we leave bim, Blessed, blessed child I And our tears gush o'er his lovely dust, Mournfully, yet still from hearts of trust. , Though his eye hath brightcn'd ,! On our weary way, * And his clear laugh lighten'd s Half our hearts' dismay ; " * Still in Hope we give back what was given. Yielding up the Beautiful to Heaven. And to Her who bore him, Her who long must weep, Yet shall Heaven restore bim From his pale, sweet sleep I Those blue eyes of Love and Peace again Through her soul will shine, undimm'd by pain. Where the long reeds quiver, Where the pines make moan, Leave we by the river Earth to earth alone I God and Father I may our journcyings on j Lead to where the blessed boy is gone...
SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH PRESS. The geographical position of France, joined to her comparative weakness as a maritime power, evidently confine her means of aggressive warfare* to within certain limits, or to certain portions of- the continent. Accordingly, the whole history of French wars in Europe is a history of struggles for territory or for influence on her own frontier, in Flanders, in Spain, or in the north of Italy ; aud the gigantic expeditions of the wars of the empire were not dreamed of until this border warfare had ended in the subjection of all the minor adjacent states to France. The expedition to Egypt was, indeed, an exception to the prevailing rule of French policy ; but it was an unwise experi- ment, which the maritime resources of the country were unable to support. We endeavoured to show, some little time ago (Times, October 31,) that upon a wise principle of ^mutual security, a number of minor states had been interposed between France and the other great Powers of ...
NEW NORFOLK MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
NEW NORFOLK MEETING. In addressing the Meeting, Captain Fenton said Whatever may be the result of (his day's meeting I can- not avoid congratulating, jon on the first opportunity ufforded us of enjoying the birthright of Butons, in ibu election of persons properly quahbed, in your opinion, to make those local improvements so essentially necessary to the prosperity of our adopttd country, and at so trifling au expense to ourselves. I am aware that some are averse to the measuie of lati, who formerly coinndul ntth mc, because the Act is not passed by a Kepiesentative Assem- bly. But while I join in that regret, I do not conceive it is either tuse or piudcnt to refuse a great good, merely because it is nut obtained exactly as tee could task , yet if we could reconcile ourselves to it,and deem it a good Ait under a Representative Assembly, surely we ought to be more thankful for obtaining it under a Government thus differently constituted. The opponents of the Bill object to it, as well...
DESERTION. Hobart Town Barracks, 26th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
DESERTION. Hobart Tou-n Barracks, 26/A March, 1841. Report of a Desrrter from the ölst Regiment of Fool : Name-George Collins. Age-twenty-three years. .. Size-five feet six inches. Complexion-swarthy. Hair-dark brown. Eyes-grey. Peculiar marks-mnrked with the small-pox. Date of desertion-18th March, 1811. From whence deserted-Hobart Town. Date of enlistment-11th November, 1838. Placn of enlistment-Chatham. Where born-Stoke Damant, Devon. Former trade or occupation-shoemaker. Dress at the time of desertiou-red shell jackst, foruge cap, and black cloth trousers. -Remarks-secoud desertion. W. H. Elliott. Lieut.-Colonel 51st Regiment Light Infantry.
QUARTER SESSIONS. Befort Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. Hunt and Symmonds, J. P's., and a Civil Jury. MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
QUARTER SESSIONS. Befort Joseph Hone, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. Hunt and Symmonds, J. P's., and a Civil Jury. Monday, April 5, 1841. William Maybrook was indicted for stealing, on tbe 26th of February last, a gold watch, of the value of ¿£20, from the shop of Messrs. Nelson, in Liverpool-street. The particulars of this case are 'these.-On the day mentioned in the indictment the prisoner came into the shop of the prosecutors, and contrived to abstract a gold, watch. A short lime afterwards Mr. Morris Nelson hap- pened lo go to Mr. Henry Solomon's, where he found the prisoner, who bad come in to get a key fitted to the watch he had stolen ; the prisoner ran away, and was appre- hended in Elizabeth-street by Constable Field. The prisoner, in his defence, stated that he was so drunk as not to know what he had done ; he hoped tbe Jury would take his case into consideration; he was a prisoner-servant in the country, and had come to town &nbsp; on his master's business ; he had b...
THE COURIER. Strenue at [?]rospere. HOBART TOWN, TUESDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
THE COURIER. Slrtnue et Wroípro. HOBART TOWN. TUESDAY, APRIL 6. His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, as we stated in our last number, proceeded on Thursday last to Green Ponds, and communicated to the Canadian prisoners the substance of a despatch which be had received from the Secretary of State in answer to a recommendation for a mitigation of their sentences, which ho had forwarded home soon after their arrival in the colony. We were wrong in stating- that they are immediately to procure tickets-of-leave-they will not receive them until February next, which will be two years from the time of their being' landed here, agreeably to the recommendation of -Sir John Frank- lin. Lord john Russell, before he acceded to this indul- gence, deferred to the opinion of the Governor-Gene- ral of Canada, who acquiesced in the recommendation, but conceived it impolitic that a pardon should be granted them, so as to allow of their return to Ca- nada ; and the Secretary of State impressed upon...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
5FOR LONDON.-(To follow the Wave.) The first-class bark HINDOO, 310 tons, C. L. /AN ZUILICOM, commander, now taking in wool, will meet with quick despatch. For freirIit 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. -¿¿jr FOR LONDON-The first-class bark FORTI SSiSia 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 MADRAS and CALCUTTA, touching- at __ j£ KING GEORGE'S SOUND.-The splendid ÍMÑiailinj? first-class bark BRITISH SOVEREIGN, 3S0 tons, J. COW, master, will sail for the above ports the first week in April. She is a new vessel, and having very superior accommodations, is well adapted for stock. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board,...
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 29th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 29th March, 1841. * Notice-His Excellency the Lieuteuant-Governor having approved of a Licence being issued to the under- mentioned individuals to act as Auctioneers within this Island and its Dependencies for twelve calendar months, Licences have been issued to them to act as Auctioneers accordingly : James Brown, Hobart Town, Daniel Taylor, Hobart Town. ' A. Turnbull, Colletor of Internal Revenue. One Hundred Pounds Reward and Ticket-of-Leave. Police Office, Hobart, 31st March, 1841. &nbsp; Whereas information is now before me that, on the 26th day of February now last past, a Male Child, ten years old, of Mr. Britton Jones's, near Launceston, was sud- denly missing from a certain spot at which he was then last seen fishing, on the Bank of St. Patrick's River, North Esk, about fourteen miles from Launceston, and has not since been found or heard of, and for whose disco- very or restoration to him the said Britton Jones, alive, he hath offered a Rew...
AUDIT OFFICE. 31st March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
AUDIT OFFICE. 31st March, 1841. Warrants for Contingent Expenses sent to the Colonial Treasury for payment between the 24th of the current month and this date: A. C. G. M Lean, repayment ; W. Goulstone, forage ; R. Rees, repairs, G. Stokell, ironmongery ; R. Cleburne, groceries; J. Fisher, cartage; D. Bird, skins; R. Mar- low, fuel ; J. M'Donald, stores ; G. Rolwegan, ditto ; H. Dowling, Emigrants ; J. Hamilton, iron ; W. Rout, rope ; W. Parker, fuel ; Thomas While, furniture ; T. J. Crouch, travelling expenses; the Sheriff, ditto; Messrs. Archer, &nbsp; emigrants; J. Raten, flour, &c. ; Farrell and Wallis, groceries ; W. L. Goodwin, advertising ; H. Brock, bread; J. Milward, tea, &c; Williams and Sharp, horse shoes; J. Hollis, supplies; H. Thompson, ditto; T. Harbottle, glaBS, &c. ; H. and J. E. Addison, repairs, &c; ; W. Harris, ditto; T. Tilley, «litto ; J. Auderson, shingles, &c, ; J. Byron, fiue ; II. Jennings, for Infants' School...
THE FLOODS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
THE FLOODS IN FRANCE. The southern provincial journals received in Paris on Sun- day, are filled with details of frightful ravages and extensive loss of life and property by the inundations. We noticed on Saturday the delay of the express courier from Marseilles, in consequence of the overflowing of the Rhone and Saone. The Saone was pouring its waters into the Rhone through the midst of the streets of Lyons. Towards the mouth of the Rhone the river had carried away its dykes, and inundated all the country round Arles. Avignon was completely inundated, the water was up to the Church of St. Aguide. The mails were first stopped at Avig- non, and then at Valence; that of the 1st, from Marseilles, had arrived, but no others. Valence, Tain, and all the towns on the Rhone, are under water. The Saone had risen even higher than the great inundations of 1812 and 1711. Maçon was under water. Verdun has met a similar fate in the north.— Atlas, November 14. &nbsp; A second inundation, a...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Port or Hobart Town. Arrival-April 5-the brig Regia, 104 tons, Gray, from Cape of Good Hope, 6th February, with wine and fruit, Murdoch, agent. Departures.-April 1-the bark Miranda, 322 tons, Hayes, for Sydney, in ballast. 2-the bark Nerio, 335 tons, Hill, for Sydney, with sundries. 2-the brig Argo, 169 tons, Billing, for Sydney, with sun- dries. 2-the schooner Agtnoria, 120 tons, Hurst, for Port Phil- lip, with sundries. IMPORTS. Vessels entered Inwards from the 29th March to the 3lst March, 1841, inclusive. Per bark Ann-2 puncheons and 8 hhds brandy, Boyes & Co.; 3cases sardines, I box books, &c, 6 barrels cabbage, 5 casks acid, ß hales sacks, 3 cases drapery, 24 barrels, black- ing, Willis & Co. ; 42 cases haberdashery, hosiery, &c, 29 bales woollen slops, &c, 1 cask hats, 3 casks glass, 2 cases metal ware, 25 boxes pickles, 25 barrels vinegar, L. Nathan ; 22 casks bottled beer, E. Nettleship ; 2 cases cutlery, 6 bags...
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
POLICE. William Wright, charged by constable Salmon with n, sisting him in the execution of his duly ; the constad], failing to make out his case, churge dismissed. James Thomas, ticket.of-leuve, charged with beiJ drunk in a public-house after hours ; ordered to the treal! wheel for four days. Thomas Jamieson and William Robertson, two sea* articled to the yntch " Albatross," charged by the . officer with absenting themselves without leave ; ortltíá to forfeit two da>s* pay for each day Ihey were absent./ John Dibbins, tickel-of-leave, charged with being j,,| public-house after hours ; seveu days' treadwheel. Mr. B. Rooke charged with a breach of the QiiarJ Sessions Act, at the suit and information of Mr. District Constable Swift ; case withdrawn. Mr. John Henry Dawson, innkeeper, Kangaroo Point appeared to answer the complaint and information of cog! stable Tavlor for having permitted persons travelling frog Hobart Town to Kangaroo Point in his house on tbe Sabbath day ; fined £...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
MISCELLANEOUS. Paddle Wheel versus Screw.-Trial of Strength.-A few days ago the following experiment was made in the river to test the power of the Archimedean screw, as compared with the common paddle wheel, in presence of Mr. Faw- cett, the eminent steam engine builder, of Liverpool, Mr. Barnes, and other gentlemen. The Archimedes, with Mr. Smith's screw propeller, and the William Gunston tug- boat, with common paddles, were lashed together, stern to stern, but with an interval between them of from twenty to thirty feet. The former vessel has two engines of 23-horse power each ; the latter two of 20. The Archimedes was employed to tow the William Gun- ston with her engines and paddle wheels in a state of rest, and this she did with ease; the object of making this pre- &nbsp; liminary trial being to ascertain that the working effici- ency of the screw was not impaired by the relative position of the two vessels. The steam was then let on to the en- gines of the William Guns...
PORT PHILLIP. EXPLO[?]ING PARTY TO GIPPS' LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
PORT PHILLIP. EXFLOHlKO PARTY TO CIPl's' tAKO. As in a new country every discovery calculated to open up its resources and widen the field of enterprise and colonisation must be deeply interesting to the settlers, we publish bcueath, for the information of our readers and the public generally, a full aud correct report of the late expedition to the southern extremity of Gipps' Land, as drawn up from notes taken by Mr. Orr, of the firm of Turnbull, Orr, aud Co., one of the exploring parly, and who has kindly favoured us with a perusal, as well us a view of a sketch of the locality, with a verbal description of the lands, rivers, bays, &c. The party sailed in the " Singapore" on the Cth Febru- ary, and had a tery tedious passage owing to calms and contrary wiuds. She entered Corner Inlet on the 13th February, with a favourable breeze from the south, by which the party on board were enabled minutely to ob- serve the appearance and form an estimate of the true character of the h...
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 30th March, 1841. TITLE DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. 30th March, 1841. TITLE DEEDS. Deeds of Grants in favour of the under-mentioned individuals are now ready to be issued on payment of the amounts due thereon to the crown. LANDS GRANTED. Gamaliel Butler, 100a., Jarvis; George Mills, 1r. 2p., New Norfolk ; Alexander Rose, 1000a., Calstock ; Wil- liam Wilson and John Dobson, 35p., Hobart Town; Martha Willison, 21p., ditto. LANDS SOLD. Henry Jennings, 100a., County of Devon; Edwin Boultbee,(J40u" County of Glamorgan; Robert Hepburn, 640a., ditto; J. Hamilton, 730a., ditto; Robert Taylor, 1000a., County of Dorset ; Joseph Archer, 640a., County of Westmorland ; William Hill, 640a., County of Devon ; George .Hall, 320a., ditto; ditto, 320a., ditto ; William Barnes, C40a., ditto; ditto. 040a., ditto; John Price, ItOa., County Cornwull ; D'Arcy Wentworth, C40a., County of Devon ; .John Lloyd, C40a., ditto ; F. W. Von SteigleilrrO40a., County Glamorgan; Alexander Clarke, 640a., County of Devon ; William Rosevear, 227a...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 6 April 1841
DIED-At Chiswick, near Ross, on Saturday, the 3d March, in her 58th year, Mrs. Horn, wife of Benjamin Horne, Esq. On the 27th of March, of a lingering decline, which she bore with Christian patience and resignation, Mrs. Murphy, the beloved wife of M. Murphy, of Strathmore Mills, Esq., in the 48th year of her age, and the third year of her resi- &nbsp; dence in Van Diemen's Land. On Thursday last, at his residence, in Patterson-street, Laun- ceston, Norman Ronald Nicolson, Esq., Assistant Director General of Public Works, aged 28 years. On Tuesday, the 30th March, Samuel John Kitson, aged 2 years and 8 months, son of Mr. William Kitson, of the Albion Hotel, Cocked Hat.