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Supreme Court, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1830. Assessors—JOHN BELL, and JOHN KERR, Esquires. THOMSON v STANFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

Supreme Court, Tuesday, August 10, 1830         Assessors-John Bell, and John Kerr, Esquires   THOMSON v STANFIELD           This was an action brought by a man of colour named Thomson, against Mr. Stanfield, a settler at the Cross Marsh, to recover the sum of -, for labour performed in clearing a piece of ground on the defendant's estate. Mr. GELLIBRAND for the prosecution and Mr. Solicitor-General STEPHEN for the defence.       James Cusker sworn-knows both plaintiff and defendant; knows something about some work that was done by Thom- son ; an agreement was made by them on the 17th or 18th of October, 1828 ; -the agreement was to grub a piece of ground containing 20 or 25 acres, more or less ; he was to take up the roots deep enough for the plough ; he was to have £25; the ground was not enclosed ; it was a long d...

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Original Communication. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

Original Communication. MR. EDITOR,---Some weeks back you appeared to be ra- ther incredulous as to a statement which appeared in the Laun- ceston Advertiser, respecting the enormous shipments of wheat from the other side of the Island. Your observations too were severely commented upon, by the writer in that Journal, and yet strange as it may appear, you neither notice those comments, nor a letter which has since appeared in the very same paper, which fully bears out, that you were perfectly correct in disbelieving the whole truth of the assertion, if you will turn to the Launceston Advertiser of the 2d.,ult., you will fiind the following extract :--- " In the last number of your paper you first say I have shipped and have ready to ship 40,000 bushels of wheat this season, whereas I have only shipped 18,000 bushels including the cargoes per Bee and Dart, and have barely 4,000 bushels more in my stores. I would not take upon myself to say what Messrs. J. and J. Solomon have shipped ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

X X SJAJ^ST NEWS. AUGUST 12-Arrived the ship Nancy, Captain Pryce,     from Sydney 1st of August, with a cargo of sugar, coffee, molasses, cordage, hemp, and India goods.-Passengers, Mr. McLaren, Mr. D. Burns, Mr. Bankier, Mr. J. Roberts, and Mr. Thomas Cooley.           Same day,-The ship Malinus, Captain Johnston, with   200 male prisoners, from London 11th April, and the Downs the 28th, Passengers, Lieutenant Ball, lady, and daughter E. Johnson, Esq. Surgeon Superintendent, 2 servants; 17 rank and file, 2 Serjeants, 4 women, and 3 children, of the 17th Regiment. Same day.-The brig Elizabeth, Captain M'Donnell, from Manilla 17th May, with sugar, and India goods.-Passengers, Thomas Dent, Esq. Mr.' McDonald and family, and Jane Naish.   Ä'OGUST 13.-Arrived the barque Nimrod, Captain Har (viö.'fiojti Launceston. . e , > > V* - Vesbels lenmining in tlie Harbour* S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 August 1830

For London, Direct. THE fine first class New Ship SCIENCE, Bertben? 300 Tons,R. SAUNDERS, Commander ¡s daily expected from Sydney, and will be dis patched for the above Port on or before the 20th September, as the greater part of her Cargo is already engaged. For Freight or Passage, apply to       W.WILSON.                 For Launceston.       The fine, First-class' Brig- ELIZA       BETH 300 Ton Burthen, OLIVER. S WAN, Esq R.N. Commander, will sail for the above Port in 14 days.                         This vessel has excellent accommodation for Passengers. For Freight or passage apply to   &am...

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At Parting. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

At Parting. And must the sad sound,-fare thee welj I ? ' Escape from my half-breaking,heart? \ What words cun express-or what language can tell My grief when I say, that we part t * For Ever! Oh ' I think of the time when we met, Still I think of the days that are past ; Ab ' those thrice-happy days I ne'er, shall forget, For they seemed us though they would last * For Ever! Sut oh ' they have lied like a dream. All the bliss and tbe joy that I've known ; As the ripple soou melts on the dark rolling stream, So life's fairest visions have flown-- , For Ever ! I Henceforward a dark dreary chill, More sad than the deepest of grief, ; I Despair's cruel power, my bosom must fill, ¡ I And I net er can hope for relief ; Oh Never ! I But now to my wild-throbbing breast , ' Let me tremblingly press thee once more ; Shall I e'er know repose, or in happiness rest,, , " , Till time and its sorrows are o'er 1- . > Oh Never ! But to thte shall my thoughts ever tend, While thy loss 1 must ever ...

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A proclamation. By His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, Liutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies. &c, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

g1 Uîtoclamation. i By His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, L'mutenant Governor of the Island »f Van Diemen's Land'and its Deoendencies. ire.Src. I _ r. - " , v_ ,-. WHEREAS, it has been deemed expe? dient, that the several quantities of land hereinafter mentioned, being portions of the clergy and school estate, shall be sold, for the purpose of defraying expenses con- nected with those establishments ; And whereas, the said portions of land have been surveyed by His Majesty's Com- missioners ot Survey and valuation for this Island, and been by them valued at the respective rates or suras per acre next specified-that is to say ROSS RESERVE. LOT 1.-8.000 acres, 5s. per acre, bounded on the south west by the river Macquarie, and, by the back of a grant of 1,000 acres to Thomas Scott ; on the south east by tbut grant, and by a line m continuation of its sooth eastern boun- dary ; on the north west by a i portion of Glen Moiiston rivu- let, and by a line parallel to the south east boun...

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To the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

To tho Public ' We h'ail this week, we ti ust, as a new era, putting ,/wt end _J it does in part to the exchtsioe'sys ,, tem.by which all official Oiders, Notices, "and, Proclamations have been hitherto con/hied to ' aone papßr till one whole neck had elapsed; after the day of promulgation and, us in duty j bound, we iüish thus publicly to evpiess our ! 'grateful feeling for¿tlie attention that has at length been paul to our repeated notices on the "! 'subject. Oui satisfaction is indeed two fold,, , inasmuch as the spirit of the notice we now ¿publish coi > es/)onds pi ecisely with the line we have recommended vpon inore than one occa - sum, as what should be adopted towards the Aborigines, and we beg most earnestly to press vpon every ont into whose hands our paper of H ". this'day may come, to act fully and liberally vpon theprinciple so feelingly laid down by tltp 'x ßy.bWnntent Ordfr in question. Wfi wish fur- ther to 1 emaïk, that, fully impressed with the ^-'?^Jinportdncet...

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Supreme Court, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1830. Assessors—J. H. MOORE and J. BEAMONT, Esquires. GREGSON v. BRADLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

Supreme Court, ' , FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1Ö3Ö. ' Assessors-J. II. MOORE and J. _EAMONT7 Esquire's. GREGSON V. BRADLEY. < .'-' ' This was an action,to, recover- the -value of a horse which; was lent hythe plaintiff io thei'defendant,, and.which' died! while in possession of the latter., . ''Counsel';fór'%laintíff, Mr* Soljcitor-General STEPHEN-for the -eíehd.aríii'Mr. GELU-I BRANDi ? "?". '. '?-; ''.;';" ;'-"v'? ; ":."^':''" "J ?' j J,(fmes.Tolma*-i am Mr. Gregson's overseer ; in NoreuK bei last 1 was at Mr. Gregspn's faring Mr.. Bradley is keeper; of the gaol al Oatlands j one' Thursday 'ty November/ about sunset, the Refendant caine up to' Mr-'GregsbuV house, and complained of bfeing'very spre-fçbtéd' and tired ; he. asked me ,if 1 liad gdt'a'-' horse I couid';lend 'bim' to go' to Oatlands,' where he'had a particular1 wish to be that night.: .lhere, being' only one horse in the stable, and that'a valuable óiie, I didi noUike toierid'it, and therefore' asked Mr. B.!tb'stay t...

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Madame Vestris in Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

Madame Vestris in Scotland. ' . A critic ¡nan Edinburgh paper, who i«, announced' as a ¡ '.< clo*e'observer,of theatrical affairs," has obserred Madame Vestris so closely, that be has'discovered in thal lady some vw/'unexpéçiedquslltie». .Cor example.;:*-] '???'.: i .Madame Vestris is óutitled to be classed among the most accomplished women in ¿ogland, though the class were to be confined, to, a, Ve'rjr" few.' âhe "is" a pet'child of nature.-. Çeàùty, taste,voice, .and a knowledge of Italian. . .'. ' \ : In imparting to the lady a knowledge of Italian, nature was certainly góme.wnnt ; extravagantly bountiful. The*' conse- quences are obvious;-. ; '.?'.';.'"-'''<.,?"''.'- ???.'x.j¡.?' . ; .1 .'?; Fpr more than a dozen of years she has been the embody iwVit of the Falímaí of eastern harems in ihe.eyes of English- men ; and thougli the exquisita talents of Miss, Paton, or the Bit'réfricióúa fauieof Miss "Foote, 'that drooping daffodil, may ha»«- caused temporary d...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

, ¿h A u mtGLlSH INTELLIGENCE. , r .nWic, h ys¡,»-> , , , "^ \ J n *- f w [1¿*':T.¿1'"'.;' ".Bl)¡f.,/:';;rri.-". r?ir.lí,-»v;^í..';.-vtf'l yitvtT petition by* a^persoíi üfóflér'á^sen^ Jawthat had, been comm »lied, ? by tiijè ^-Ad??. who fttriéd himfivo years ago, froii» deathVtoJinprison-; 'mefït fôr;^ ^co^$i.dera.rnö!^ nnportauVdoctirj^ tp^.thie.sùl'yect, genera^ iMiy4f?KEL as the opinion ófthe Law Ofiieeis o( the'fGr.ovvn; that'the\: sentence having'bfee'n once oonià'^ ..short. p/.afufl.ánA^^^ circumstances of ¡the -.man's case^ therefore, it was intimatedthat this wcfuid-be'extended to ' hiin',1 'prbvidrJd^liew'ô^ : one-; ot" 't|).c9j&/.t^p^^^9ÍQ|i'íitíjiy. 'H.riVji^fieuVáirij'tlipre. ifp»; . lií'ej '"? Ifithis belaw, and we must not'question' it tVoiri-'such''ati authority, in,1|whát"'ligli(? Wc| ' wbiídcra're the'VàWous'indulgênëihs' 'tö 'biß oó'ji-; ;;'..,'.'?.:'. jX'.H'J ¿^ITCJ.;". i/-.i IO.,;. :;-.Ï'0.J <Ü. '.-' :>. Ai. . .-'?'-¡ < siderca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

OOVERHMEWT ttOTICES. IN, reference tothe Proclamation of Jin Ü¿. , ceilency the Lieutenant Governor; of, this day's date,. it is hereby notified, that the several modes,: of payment specified by. the ." Regulations of the 29th April, 1828, for IheGrant ing and Selling; of Land,'.' will be open to ? the several partie« tendering, but that ¡no Tender for any. sum or rate under the rate or amount of valuation mentioned in the Proclamation as having beep fixe^l by the Commissioners of Survey and Va luation, will be attended to. ;;,,,» , ,, ^-.s .; rM:,: .;.:? (£3>. Plans of the . several lots or portions: offered; for tal« by the Proclamation, may be seen at the Survey Office. ' . ? By His Excellency's Command, '? ' :' ';?'.''- 'V'J.-BURNETT, Colonial Secretary's Office,.Aug. 12,18b0, THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve' ef the undermentioned alterations in the Police of the Territory, :^- / ''.'.» '' Mr; Adam Thomson, to be Chief District Constable at New Norfolk,'vi...

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Literary Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

Xlterary Varieties. i, Notwithstanding all that has been said and .written upon moral philosophy, upon its nature ¿nd various attributes, it is difficult to trace its true principles higher than to the artof leading us to live well, and consequently happy. Dr. ' Franklin pet haps did more by his pen than any other individual towards letting the world rightly v understand the science, but like ¿very thing else, improvements have been made in it since ' his day, and new precepts and new maxims have been constantly promulgated-founded it musí be owned, or at least most of them, upon the basis laid by that distinguished philosopher, 'île who is able to give* the world useful in- struction in the. great business of life, un- doubtedly confers a benefit upon his genera- tion, for it is not only from 'the pulpit, or the , bench that mau is to be taught, a public jour- nalist may also do his share'in the common ' wot k, the improvement of! his.race^-and we therefore'subjoin a few useful rul...

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

.CONUNDRUMS. 'What trade is the Klug I-A cabinet make/. "Why is love like a 'poplin?-Because ii's half stuff. What trade is the sun ?-A tanner. -' "Which of the King's subjects is allowed to sit before him with his hat on I-His coachman. Why is a tallow chandler the most wicked as well as the most unfortunate man ?-All his works are wicked, atid all bis uicrcri works ara brought to light. A lady asked a gentleman his age. His answer was, " W hat you do in ciery thing.--Excel, XL. (forty) Why is a proud ladylike a music book ?-She is full of airs. i \ybst,is highest without a head?-Apillmp. What is th.it which goes from London to York without one« moving ?-(The road. My hrst's a lie, my second's a lie, my whole is an emblem of innocence,-A lily. , . . ' . SANECDQTIANA. I WHITE "TÏIËTH.-Theilarnous Saunderson, although compIeteiy^oTiud, and who' oecupied in so distin- guished a mauner thé'chair of mathematics in the University of Cambridge, being;'one (lav in a large'company, remarked...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICE *tírf<No. 160.)t , , Colonial Secretary's Office, 19th Augutt, 1830. If it with much satisfaction that the Lieutenant is at length enabled to announce that a less   hostile disposition towards the European Inhabitants has been attested by somt 0f the Aboriginal Natives of this Island, with whom Captain Welch and Mr. G. A. Robinson have succeeded in opening a friendly intercourse.     At it is the most anxious desire of the Government, that the good understanding which has thus happily commenced, should be fostered and encouràged by every possible means. Hu Excellency earnestly requests, that all Settlers and others will strictly enjoin their Servants cautiously to abstain from acts of aggression «gainst these benighted beings, and that they will themselves personally endeavour to conciliate them wherever it may be practicable ; and, whenever the Aborigines appear without evincing hostile feelings, that no attempt sh...

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COLONIAL TI[?]ES HOBART TOWN: AUGUST 20, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

a.:" ...'J'. JJ.'I., ¡ i i Ml \\j ,'V -II iMl . ! j. =gc . .<;«,'! ^o_S-_{»T 'T'OWÍN: ? Yo,..,< !AUGUST,20,)(1830. . , .us, . . - -et it be impressed opon your minds,''let it be'instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press ¡8 thc»Palla ~'>il diuuTdf-11 yodr Civil, Political, and Religious Rights, i , o?( rtl 'J m > ' ( ihn ' i i "i i'/i&ji«. / ¡h) * t ' '"> '.l-l i i'- < i H VTeT Ifqp "tner7PrësVto~say, that "by "tl^e t ship', P'tfvîd Lyon we have received ^Letters up ^rto^ç 1st May. It appears from alKacjÜóWs ' "that very little 'hope HvaV then 'êrjtertained 'for the recotQry/Ofi ttbe <K.wg s, health. Trom-ithe 'late hdtor -t'Hvhièli'we'received our'despatches yre i(are - rejufltantly ,compelled to tldefer -our i additional1 English Nëwf tffltil our noxt.-The marquis of Huntley, with pnsoners for this I ^CôFôtfyVsailed fró_'6bithéad bnHhe 2_th April.J l-i ' ) ii jr u*ra.vJ'- ¡ » tin 1 ;:>'^ are conír; ^1...

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POLICE REPORTS. FRIDAY, AUG. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

FRIDAY, AUG. 13. William Widdowson, convicted of drunkenness.- Fined 5s. Robert Goadby, a constable, drunkenness.--Fined.. 10s   Richard Browne, a free hired servant to Mr Stocker of Hobart Town committed to the House of Correction (which subjects him to labour on the tread wheel) for six weeks for drunkenness and leaving his master's service. SATURDAY, AUG 14         John Malpas, for assaulting and beating a constable       Fined £1 and costs.         Thomas Pennington, a constable for disobedience of orders when on duty at the watch house. Fine £1.     William Farrell, brought up under the slaughtering act, for killing on premises for which he had not taken out a license.   Fined £10.             MONDAY, AUG 16       Henry Worms, committed for trial for an assault...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 August 1830

SMSÎ? NSSWS. AUGUST 10 - Arrmd the tiaiisport-sliip David Lyon, 475 tons, Ciptain Bifry, from London the 2d May, with 217 malo pnsonti ? having died on the passage -Surgeon Su- perintendent C Cummeroo, Esq R. N -The Guard con sist«hpl-Bantam P.iMaopherson, Ensign Steel, 1 serjentnt, 38 rartóandfife, of Hie 17th $egt, 5 Women and 0 children.^ Qs&o'of the ship KonetJ, CAjMaifi JPrjoe, from Sydney )f f-JflSnrjelbUgneíi 1Í5 narrerai, hhjs .and 16 easter porkrlO casks beef, 10 casks arid 1 ease cbeescy 176 kegs* Mai) Atkins butter, 33 bhdb , 3 pipes, and 8 quaittr pipes brand), al hhds Cenevi 10 puncheons rum, 9 casks wins k\ 30 casts "in, &.C , 40 pipes Cape wine, ,20 cases TJeiie rilrcuud no11, 50 hints beer, 28 ditto porter, 11 casks bot- tled ditto, 10 taits cyder, 2 «¡sea ferry, 10 tons «til 1Ö0 IjatH bisfait, 19 hags and 6J0 bushels maure, 35 baskets and q.t)\eicsltobacáo, 2i cists cheroots 27 bo\es and 4 casks ÙfoMf JjfiffSl «ees'-iO bags almonds, 1 barrel gvnjiowd...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 August 1830

To Correspondents. » .JuV The last Rose of'Summer" is~noi exactly to our mind; we mttrt say <ve,<tdmire Conraà"s vertes more than hi»prose.-. " JT.jTi. W. R." shall be attended to-." The Wjsb" must yet, 5e postponed, for obvious reasons.-The " Knight's farewell" in OMrtisxi.--Mr-. A--'s letter, dated Clytie, has been re- ceived ; we are sorry to find in him a 'supporter of stich a system at the i ne alluded to. As to iusuUiiig-tltc'ruined Settlers by any ahscrvcrtwni wiermade in our, article upon 'the bfinging tb town . in chains the Native Ghief, we /disavow the possibility of it being so iulerpi eled, save by the party who were of tfie asoort ; tie did not imagine- Hr. A-r- ¡KOS one. But quietly let us ' ùll Mr. SA-, tlmt'the very vindictive feeling beseems to ma- nifest, ii the only real cause tohich pi events1 a unison between 1h" Abo}¡glues and ourselves. ' ' ' i Kxmsü¿ia^BUJuiu¿*miim3s*EmBM^mmEmtmBBammmm*MmBmmtm

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 August 1830

-i?a x CTmtc^rxgxjgjT-FjiJTKrigi 811X7 NEWS. % AuotisT 24.-Arrived the barque Science, Captain W. Saunders, from Sjdney 17th Angnst, with a general cargo. Passenger*, T. Nolan, Esq., J. Lamb, Esq., Mr. D* Tay- lor, Mr. Menzies, George Williams. v Vessels remaining in the Hat hour. " ' ' /%, Ships Bombay, ,Qre1ia^ Manlius, Clancy,1 Nimrod, ! and David Lyon : barque Science ; (pigs. 'Êltzabetb li), Eli«a-, n>e^ltv(2)r and sloop Margaret. ' v^, S ^ I * - "' U* \ * LAUNCFSTON," Ano. 2Ä.-No arrivals.-AUG. 19, sailed the schooner Hem y, for Sydney. VCIILIS remaining in the Harbour. <^ Dries Britannia and Queen Charlotte ; schooner Priend

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A Pirate repulsed. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 August 1830

A. Pirate repulsed. The Hippofnems, Capt, R. Ross, arrived at tbe Mother- Í ' bank on Tuesday, from the Mauritius. The following m I teresting "account has beetiextracted from their log, by windi | it seems that the Captain has behaved in a most gallant way in defeating the intentions of a pirate. On Wednesday, Oc- tober £1, being in Lit. 21. 16 , at 8. 30. A. M , we saw a sail a-head, which proved to(be a schooner, on the larboard tack standing to the south-east, and crossing our bows. At9.30. she was'on our weather beam, at tbe distance of about three or three and a half miles, when she fired two guns, and show- ed Columbian colours. We hoisted our colours, and 6he im- mediately bore down to us, evidently with no friendly inten- tions. ¡ We called all bands to quarters, and cleared away, the guns being loaded. We also loaded the small arms, mus- kets, &c, and made every preparation necessary for our de- fence, keeping our course without deviation, as far as the wind would ...

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