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THE POST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

THii, fOst. -..j The Town «f Launceston was thrown into conf siderable confusion thin morning, in consequence of the post messenger having arrived without the sealed bag of correspondence from Hofoart Town ; which has been tent (!!!) between Constitution Hill and 4he-Cross-M#rsh. ? In oons.equence, wo have neither Hobart fowo Papers nor fetters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

? I'aj^SLS^tBT AUCTIQN, . ~$v Me, fAM^S-WWGrgTON, ...... Ai the €tow ft imi^orfeHtWaitt^ on SATURDAY, Aef^th of August, l«3it4t 12 o'clock pre ACH ICK- HERD OF BATTLE, Milch Cows, -Calves, .-Heifers, Ste?»~,.nT^foY51ie knife; and 1 pair or WORKING BULLOCKS. TJBRMS.— To purchasers -bbveT~J?i0., approved Bills, with 2 naves, at 3 months c^-under that _ t-umCASH. ! r /Launoefitoci, August -l*t, 1831. JAMES 'HOD0H W^S has just received perlast arrival?;, and tius now on Sale at th*' CORNAV'AU* STORE, Charjtjs-sh*pt;, at very reduced prices, the follow ing well selected Investments, vie, ?— ~ Ladies* ball d raises . Dress caps, fashionably trimmed A very handsome assortment of gauze rib» bons . Silk stockings, ribbed and plain 4-4 the blond nett Quilling ditto : 1 case of g^nt4*a»en*s water-proof black and drab bift»v^r bats, of the latest fashion, and th« i^tijHaluj Gentleme«-^|»ps black, and olive dress ' and su flout lioajlp - . ? ? ATPostTl^pnt^aiJ^eiitof London printed — - — *ilk^ei...

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TO MARINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

TO MARINERS. It may be useful to mariners sailing np St. Geore;e'6 Channel, to know that a new lij»i,t-house lias been 'erected o« the Mull of Galloway, 3^5 ftet above th« level of the sea, audseeuin clear weather at a distance from 7 to 8 leagues - It is in latitude 54 dcg. 38 m. N., and longitude, 4 dfg. 50 m. It bears by compass, from the largest Of the Stare Rocks W. U, diMaut 6 miles' from Barrow H*ad ^V, bv N. * N. distant 18 miles; from the point of Ayr liftiuVhonsein the Isle of Man, N.N.W. -Sr^iles : from the Calf of Man lights, -.N. E. 30 miles; from Kirwarlia light in Ireland, E. N. E. $ E. 26 miles, and from Copeland light-house in Ireland, S.K. by tf ± E. distant 21 mil* s. It will be visible N. N. E to N. W. k W., but the high land of Duiiman shuts 'I^e li si Fit from the view of the manner in coast -jfl^^j^^^H?-^fe-^~i^^i%-ath^;«;* The fcigtti— ia — ? in termuteiit. Thn stnict-ir« is spoken of as sub stantial and highly ornamental, as well as useful in tliat dangerous...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, AUGUST 1st, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

? '?'''? ? ? ^ \ SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. IAUNCESTON, AUGUST 1st, 1831. . r - ? ARBIVED. .. On Thursday, 1he Cutter Fanmt, from Circu lar Head. ', Vessels remaining in the river— Waterloo, for Madras; Thomas Laurie, for London; David Owen, for Hobart Town and Swan River $ Isabella, and cutter Fanny. -— j^— ^OBAftT-TOWirv^ULi^30. ? ARRIVED. 0|n toe . 2.3d^the brig Bee, Cap t. Powditch, from Sydney, with two. thousand bushels of maize —fctWeBger, Mr. D. Stephens. On the 25th, the harque Surrey, Capt. A. Dacre, from London, 12th February, with a general cargo.— Pass*n|jerfl, Mr. Seal, Mrs. Seal, iteHEofcriWiss tol^r.llairsouiTilr. ? Solomon, Hr^ Kk«^ 1i«v. Mr. Simpson, Mrsr8im pson , HevT ,Mr* Manlon, Mr. Paul; Mrs. Paul, Mr. Me ret, Mr. Paine, Mrs* Paine, Miss Paine, Chas. Paine, Mr. Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, Edward Wilson, Hetty Wilson, Mn Molben, Mr, Rich, Mr. Solomon, ^MftrrT*o«pson^r^^iii^OT^-^rr^omsri^ Wilson, Mr. Westoq. ' SAILED* On the 26th, the ship Cukler, Captain Boyd, for Sydney....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

So ?npx dif* jMthli--tcy n' 'ipfffH^^laffit vi e _.9«aKi *tw-M-espect8rhle ii^wi-taa4s'hAyiL_£2tahUshed -the-mseiw€ as Lime M*riihanis.— ATDtiH»g Itke it! foauncestotviuust be a line town at4at»t. 'SEttOEA^jr RiTToknv— The r*»mams of this un tfortmial-p .mHii1 who m*4 a-ii ^iilim^jy end at -i\u' t'rmt., ai.i*ert4i, afj^eVwtipd^y-TO'lust-wi^k, *wfr-»iu4ew*»$'on AV^nehd«yjlast... He was t- 1 'liK»-H-l -i» tliv^rawe by iiis (jflic^rs, who, jis well -a» tirtrTS^fpali indent hi:» loss and respect his -worth,-- ? T i h e Ti miss.— T-ne 4ate xoiuiuupq i ant,. jwn icn iSias been almost incessant f^riblTlauio-t«Ti5lu7 Aha had rather prejudicial effects on agriculture. ? I The low grounds, wMch^ave not been drained, especially, have Ik tome so saturated with wet, as to warrant apprehesi»«i«»n8^s to the ci ops. This ouuht to he a iesson 4o the holdersjoi marsh lands not to ne£|«Ht that tnos» important feature of _good husbandly, — sai face draining. l\niGO.~ThU»-4ftiii#^ueu- plant, of the. v:l...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

LAUNCESTOti ADmuflSER. MONDAY, AUGUst 1st, 1831. .''* ? t r'K ? ' : ' ... ? $* i!|d !MM$*wjytj- ' we hare additional British information, via Rio Janeiro, down' to the 13 ill of March! T^p minfeterf^l plan a biH for disfranchising the rotten boroughs (a subject on which we have already treated, by anticipation, in another column}, and ^raasferrjaff-tfaeir phaptemo^4ie:3atft^totirny -—such as Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham^ ttnd Sheffield,^tc.r^od to tbwna^a=i|fer lAimediate vicinity of Londot)-— suoh as* Gfeeowich, Woolwich, ana\ others It had GOfWOBSi By this measure, it is supposed, ^thirty \coMj&a&nl^^^^~ which, at first sights -appears^to be ve ry I i ttte R efokm It all: still, whenit is con^dered how much satisfaction 'viiil~'b-» (fais ail'orded, to anjm mense body ot* tie Po pie, to whom it ia of such vital itnportaiice ;«— when it is consi dered W.i t upon appeasii g and soothing: he popui.ice, depends 1 he succest of ever^ possible measui© the ministers may b...

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REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

* REFOKMf. ^ ? ? . In our last, we commoaced a series of observa tions on Reform ; which «re car \ , inse^i&iUly, to such a lengthen considering the **JBlectioB by Ballot,' that~we were, co'i^ruiu^d toJeate the -etheir^ojiits_ojMhe_que8tioii for our present nom« ber. We now, theioiore7^fe^jp~ouT'8ut)jet!i- where we left it. Second l y— The aboiition of Rotten Boroughs Here,, the first question' which arises is— what j constitutes a rotten borough ? We take it to be corruption in tbeele^btoTiTTT'^ cult to point out many, throughout the United Kingdom, which are not rotten in this sense of the word. The influence of a bribe is pretty generally 'felt, in all the boroughs of the Moth* i Country. To abolish these, then, would be to ^ate-h-4he— elective, franchise from a number of ^lfccW w hM tidw enjoy tL This wonidlbTlnex^ pedient, because it would create animosities, which it is the desire and interest of Ministers to prevent. The abolition of Hotten Boronehs tttenefprtfjf app^...

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THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

iTIIIt^afiSt* G-MJR^ %e iwentty Ifliiaei ^ 1Haf *w*e«^^» aoval of all prisoners vconioiitted for trial before tta-SBpretw^M^a Hfcbart fo#nT%^-tet*^ be there tried, no matt«7wtoerth«^*|e^Mg^ be committed. The aiore we reflect ont^ar range Bwnttfce.ro ore we are at variance with it, as it lias neither justice, expediency, or humanity to recommend it. Prosecuting an offender wil now h* looked upon with dread. A jourbeyjof 120 or 1 50 mites, from home, and perhaps in toad weather, is no joke; especially when to it is add edfthe sublime aatisfoclion of a fortnight or three weeks* residence at an hotel ill Hobait-to«n, which is not to be done without an immense ex peo«e— an expense wJbich is for the most part uselessly and unnecessarily incurred- It is of no importairce-to-^w^w§^ ^ofjlhis falls »n)|p*^i^^ In either case tfee system creating it «r inexcusa ble. By tfje Supreme Conrt feittin^ at Launces- ; ton and flobart-4owp alternately, #or the disposal ? ^^ILan^crtiBfriaf cas^ ^^^s^h^: ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

INDIA. Some n^itfjers of the Madras Gazette wfth rnhkh wv'have beeu favoivd, supply us with ; ^—ilve-riu ilo Wlii g pa n lcttiaTsr~respectiiig iudia ; n ~] ?Country,-'* ih* affairs- of which concern us more ? than js usual 1} thought, . .., At Bombay and Madras ^silence and iniquity ? ^BignjUMdistflrbedv I'KC^pl occasionally by some i(BtawH~Jun^*!--raiul ??at-7*Aft^fpru»ei--piai*«»,— it is j flhore than Suspected 'ifiat 'th«»-tiK«AJi Company $er:-eU ha* neem dabbling id the Jsiave Tuawe, and has ih-M-y ioiu-,red 'he penalties o! felony, if rhis b^ provfdjTJw^rrtdrmers at home-have only to call for judgment —-let her be declared legally de«unct, and let hei ki!«g«-oai^e given to auotiier. lord VV. ftf-iuintk has allowed th. Press --at Calcutta to point mil j-ouie irreguimitits of this description., and this is supposed to r his ival offence. Perhaps ?' the Company ' w:i: put (he Governor Generalship ill comuiisvon i-?- the -few remaining years of their last expir/,^ reign. — Austk \l...

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EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

[?] The late hoar at wn^ wefeceivedour Sydney TJou nals^T-y t^bfcli wi^wkJB^peaii n«w8 a few 4*1^ k*€r d&? *n«n +*f Mfqt* ,appeare d,— pr^^lejjl ni fr©» takiug advantage of them in ~ ??.'??? ? \ ?- -.?* ?-? ??: -. ? ' ? ? ' ' ' '' «mr last. Jii-._so fully as _wu*_ could have wished In what we gave, we confined ourselves, almost exclusively, te comifl^rciai mattery Thls^wpek, fcow^er, \ve have til pleasure to lay a full sum — -*y*^4-eT«r#^-ur^»^«^ff,,v«)f every— thing- which .ap.pears to possess interest. The Colonies. A/TTommittw of the House of Commons had ._. «iadif_juJi*»^MM!t^upo«— uie -Expenditure of New ? tSojth Wall -s ; and, as w*- are told by the Moni *ro«, had detw min- d upon ^reat Teductiolis^ -ieiit-riji 4-Bfiiii-^9-:.'^700.4)er^anirain9 for forage;. «nd--£50D--p«JV^itiin, iiom the Colonial Secretary, __ th«-j£iim£ paper says,, were lo 'fcb-^docked.'r- ._ ^_{N.4» mention is made of any further reductions nmh regaid to V.D.L., than those po which we have already ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 August 1831

?.— -t— For London Direct* \\ JWffl IE fine fast^ailing jbayk 7% -**»«* ^otfr-; ~ * We W. I* ANGiSasrijU it* N , Command- - eivhuvftig i hi* grf'au-»t jwft of her cargo engaged-, j i VUi ^iril - positively ifl 4«ree ^v«eks. — flir A.cc6mmo8ation&_foi- Passengers ajre.very i superior. : ? —--'_'. ? - ~y-- - For Freight or Passage, apply to WM. WALKINSHAW, Agent. | Launoe.ston, ^ ,. __. ? ? _. ^^^Sme^l^ : .* * * — ItgiflF %e^ fas^uHing Brip,h ^ BAWD ^^* O\\M^/J 204 tons burttwri^dweurd- ' Andrews, fcommaiuier^ haying disVhatged h^ ? cargo from London, will posjiiyely gali-lbr-ihe- - above port, -»n the 5th of August. For freight and passage, apply to H^Nll* REED, Agent. Launceston, June 18, ? - ? PASSAGE FOR SYDNEY. '' f|?tHE Fine fast. sailing first class Brig L J^r ^€ELIA,rt W. Christie, com-| _ lonnder, hourly expected in this harbour, having the whole of her cargo engaged, wilt be despatched immediately. Her accommodations ft-r passengers w« very superior.— Apply to the Un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

— — —- ' tftnqfti to& mmaqt. T?E fiiiejBist-fraai.ig: h«€^l)kqmm_La *-ji*-VhiMXuo*&r tx^fcrti , Common *r. ha vinff it^^rwif^rpart of h#»r cargo enffacf for Freight or frm-sage, uppijrjo ? ? Juiie4-StV*83iT ? ? F®K:fi0BAjRfLT0WN. Cjuo iKMTi London. Mill posiTjvU^aii^M. 'll _Ji?Ij!^!ft!!!! -«nd .f'KStt£-v tfppiy t«- ---? 1-^-^I^^ri^g^ftiy^JIM^ Agent. f.4UNc*sT0N, June 18. —^ '^PASSAGE FOR SYDNEY npHE Fine fasi-sailin^ first jterW, Immediately. Her «cP4-inn,od,tio»s for passenger are very fiaperior.- Apply to the Un-Wsiffned. ? &M ^rthn4h^^s^A^^^kt^Nmc. BrJMr. JAliijBS HOUGh'TON, Ati-ie,rir?w?-.ltlPt^orfo-lt -*lai»8, on SA3*0RDAy; ?rfH'? ^^S A«P*V i«^7aTW« WcTTpre cisely, without fMem^ -.- , . ? ji^-^lr W& Q# PaxtjLe, kiilfe ; antf pair o f M)SiaNG BULLOCKS, i Sum LfiiSn* . . ..'??.. Laonceston, August l«tf 1S31. GENEdAtPJsT OFFICE. j J^A *^l«TOi»i Jolj 3Q, 183ft. -4ILUKAIJtJ^JEiia6tAw A, WRIGHTG. I \ .?- 1L_j__; _'' '-''I „ ? Ppstmaeter. ;.' I A COOK W...

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DECREE OF THE EX-EMPEROR NOMINATING A GUARDIAN TO HIS CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

iTfiCttBiS of the ex-Emperor WMftfATiNG a guardian Z~Ha^in^~matiireiy^cei_i«idered f lie-political stale ^Mhi^m^eijuid^eiii^ro^ H ication fis; afld^oi3fesif1ngjtny thing more in thisjvorld than .my «wu glory and the happiness of roy^^ntr^^Tam^weiiiJifiatie.d to ma&Mise x-f- the right which the constitution gives me in the 5th cha^rter±andJ5Qth article, of nprainating, as i-? this mv imperial Decree 1 nominate^ guardian to , JJmjL^gJgyed- atiiLesteeuied ^hjldryn ; th' very truly honorable and patriotic citizen, -Jf-te.-B-iaa- facio de Andrade e Silva, my true friend, ? Boa Visla.fith April, 1831, antJ tenif* of tnP ~.-' ? Independence of the Enpire. — — ^ ? —- -._ ____EmiRo. jl ? __ Constitutional Bmperor and Perpetual : D- tender of Braiil.

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LETTERS ON THE COLONIES—No III. TO LORD HOWICK UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES 27th December, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

LETTERS ON THE COLONtfiS-No HI. TtO LOUO UOWICK UNDEIt SECRETARY OF STATE MOB. THE COLONIES. ,, . — 37 th Dooomber, 1830. Kt fcottP~lf~1t~fr» impussible-to-deacribe, from experience, tjhe best mode: of using one of the two main ingredients of colonisation, It is ?extremely difficult to Mime the worst mode bttherto adopted.' I am inclined to think that Sir George Murray's Swan River regulations constitute one of the worst; but they are all so miserably bad, that each of them, as one dwells ?n it in turn, appears worse than any other.( Hori:ovtJr4 iiea r ly al 1 of them^re so conf nseri, so contradictory in one part to the apparent ^design of another part ; and again, so few of those plans, which have been written down, w'eveever execu ted, with respect even to a single grant,— that ?one tnbsrs not iww^to compare ta«m with each other, or to speaU, except in general terms, as to the results .produced' by any one of them. ^1 together they farm a mass of -jobbing, ignorance, 'caprice, an...

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MEMORIAL OF THE EX-EMPEROR TO THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

MRMORIAL OP THE EX-EM PK ROB. TO fftB tEttrStA-: ~~ TIVE'AbTJtMflLY. — jhayu^t— ftftd mosTwo^diy '^ertiHafirii^J^S^f1^ tivins^ijt the Nation :— I iufornn yoti, that ?» th^ -6th inst., making use of thn right *hich th. -e^it^iiutionH^^ts-^^diiid^i^t^ 1 have nominated as Guardian to my beloved children, the very trulyTionorable and patriotic citizen, my true friend, Joze Bonafacio de Au drade e Silva. .. Gentlemen : I did not communicate this to you iramediateiy when the August General Assembly began its important labors, because it was neces sary that my friend should first be consulted, and that he should answer me favorably, as he did, thus giving me another proof of his friendship. It now rests with me, as a father, and as a friend of -my -adopted ^country— and aJl. Brazilians, for the love of whom 1 have for ever abdicated two crowns— one offered to me, the other hereditary ^?^to^reyuesJ: _pJL the August General Assembly that it vouchsafe to confirm this oay_nominationr This do 1...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

TO TBE^5»lT0Rr ? Sir— Allow * me, through the medium of vour Journal, to offer a f«w observations to mj ieilom -colonist j», which niay^^erhaps, 4»e ol some service to them, by callirig their attention to cer J^n^iMuimstauce^-very^^aferiaHy-tin^ctiiignheirr^ interests. 1 have resided in this colony for many years ; and never remember a time when the colonists-had ' more difficulties to combat, than they have at present. The causes of the rapid rise an-l pros perity of new colonies, have, with us, in -a great measure, subsided—our commerce is tr-mnrHed by the injurious circulation of fictitious .{ taper-* our merchants and traders are overstocked with goods, in consequence of excessive importation-— our farmers cannot get a remunerating price for their wheat— the introduction of the Regulations prohibiting the further granting of waste lands* threatens to put a stop to emigration — and to ^crown the whole, a ^pifU^ot di^coro and dis union is abroad ; which can only, tend to put a wor...

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PARTING LETTER OF THE EX-EMPEROR Off BRAZIL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

PARTING LETTER OF THE EX-EMPEROR Of BRAZIL. ' Not finding it possible to visit my true friends separately, to bid each of them farewell, and at the same time to thank them for the kindnesses they have done ne, and also to ask pardon of them for any offence that I may have given them, assuring them that it' in any thing I have been guilty, it was without the least intention on *ny part -{-for— this J*as©n I write; this letter, which, when printed, may effect the end which ^1 desire. i retire to Europe with a grateful r-jnieinhrance of my country, my children, and of all my true friends. The parting with objects so dear,; is! affecting in the highest degree, even to the most obdurate heart ; b.ut I l^ave them (.0 support mr honor : there cannot Ije greater glory. Farewell JColiMii^^d^i^jyjSJjJjjends, — tar^w*^ ^or *??*.!.! 1 On board the English $bip Waiispite, April \% i83i, v ?;;??? Don Pcduo i-* Alcantara de Bracan^a e Bourbon.

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RIO DE JANEIRO, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

RfO DB JAfElHO, THUR DAY,1 APRIL 21. ' K^ihi ng less .^lan— purging JJrazilZfroin the whole of the members of that anti-national go vernment^ could have been eft^aiiou^t-ihe^tul of th~e -Executive Power was a Portuguese, and could n«-ver divest -himxeif^of th at natural 7-arii. . ality for his own countrymen, thn*e determined and implacable enemies oY the Brazilians; It was 'this partiality ol Don^*edr«, together with his pusillanimity and obstinacy, which cau^»d his dowflfaiJ. I! ad proper cnerciv* fmeasures beea itdbpt^d w ii h lt»e perturliers -»f 'the^public veace onjtiie^Sth March, he had still been BiiiperoV of Brazil :. at all events, the Revolution would not have tak* n place so soon, although uUima^'y it wcjuid 'nave -beHinnevitable^^s humnu patience ro^Hdrnol endure for h great length of time the yranTnlcai-and unconstitutional acts commi»(ed dajiy. by 4h#» government, and consequently -roTim- 'teiiaiiced' b'y_-^Pon Pedro. ftivCounselloij* were a tl» tjeterraiiier! enemies...

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Note addressed by her Most Faithful Majesty. Donna Maria H., to the French Admiral. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

Note addressed by -Her Mbst Faithful Majesty , Donna Ma hi a 11., tot lie trench AdmirAtrr: SlR,r-Hw Ma.je*ty the Queen of Portugal or-1 clefs me to request, in her name, that you' will not rei|der the honors due to her, when she, embarks oil: boa nl the corvette L^ Skine; l^er JWIaje.n } i\o\ wishing to receive, in presenceof her Fath :i ? honour* which are not now rendered to him. t am also commanoed to request that you will in To«mlini|fiil^^te*f«ftiii^iMMn^ 4r~rr^^f:J^ l »vaj|/ my se^f-of this occasion to assure you of my eUejt?m and consideratiou. (Signed,) Eleonoara da Camara, ?''?? 'v *'?-??'' * M-^t Excellent Madam :— Having .^received :tfie tiote whivh you did ra(t (he honour of. address Ing to roe. relative to ? the salute which ifr,pref-a- re|l on board both the squadrons for Heir Maj*»aty jahe^Ou^^ITrf^ifltn^ai^-ifrnrnTnnmii with your Veq^Btrt immeoiately ^ommunicat«Q^t^o^Admi-C cat SSf t.^tiakeri : 'We were equally struck with the sentiment 6f delicacy and filial piety ...

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THE GENERAL TO THE TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

THE GENERAL TO THE TROOPS. Brave Companions!— You have done much! l*0u 1 l JibbleLjpoVduct ^ ^-^or^hy^rAinerica th^it o«is given us byrth ; we have at length a country ; bravery an-| dtizensh4p are^now inseparable. Maj ou,rk1ater servicf s corr^spond-wUh the «ivili* Zajtion which we manifest '.—Long live -the brave defenders t)f our country f ' l ^— ^ ' Jqze Joaquim de Lima e Silva.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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