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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

PR0CLAV1A110V. The Provisional Regenct, is the name^f r the Bmpehor Don Fed 110^ U.r -t* JH£ li»'^« ...... ZIL.IANS. - . Country ro**n ! The last and~most dangerous pe riod otiuir__Revolution, which was as aec- ssary is -glorious, is completed. Ttie ex-limperor, re aring to fiuroite, has left ihe^oW^FlhfeHrspt- ? = _i£ii!«'_ft natioual^i-«Kel of war w*ll accumpiirjy.JiiWj^.. if he4-»»^1ear'of^he seas that lave the Brazilian '.'«s». Our enwmies are so few and mo w ♦?a.k, that -iwy i|n iirrt~fftrH4t^-^«iU4^.r-alijOJi_L_notvgithstflJidiiifr ? f!)e government watches over ihitmzgfijTlK^f~vf**~te numerous and strong. But if we have nothing to -J^*r from our enemies, we have much to fear Irotn ourselves, for the sacred enthusiasm of our pa« tn'otism, and, the tove of liberty and national honour which have caused us to take up arms. Yournohle conduct, however, and your modera tion after victory, may serve as a model to all nations of ihe world. Do not tarnisb this glory with the least stai...

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

? i-lii -???.. ? . -. . THE &EKERAL TO THE PEOPLE. 1— EgJim^ritiypiiQ -^f nf-~ |and of Washington con templates us: virtue, moderation, and zeal tor liberty, shall be the device of the treemen of this ijlessed soil. Divine Providence protects us! '.We;are now worthy Americans ! Long' live~the KraxiliflHis! Long live the freemen of all parts of the globe! JOZE JOAQUIM DE LtMA E SlLVA.

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REVOLUTION IN THE BRAZILS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

REVOLU HQS INlWBfiAZ MJ5. We mentioned in our last that, a few days pre vious -to-the-arrivaiHof-thf^ ^rotiriiY,--at— ttio-d«7 Janeiro, a complete ^Revolution had^afcen plac* j iw ihr Brazils; and that' Don Pejxijo T. hnd^trdt- I cated in favor of his son, 4be -Sur^ J)on, ? edro 1 D'Alcantaka, and had sailed /or England in lite Valage. Having^re4wv«d-ithe r-»*'33terary Intel H- a grocer 3f an English Joarsal-jHibliaJicd al-Ru-, we hasten to lay before our^reader^^omeiuriher particulars ?- which, with r ihe^nTaa1'T)ocumenU that follow, translated from the National Papers, wilUjeHFouud interesting; — _ The Emptror, Pedro I , had been a conside rable time absent from It jo, on a journey— the object of which was supposed to be political— to the Province oMaiuas; ^IJpon^nls muni, a«iL during the night of Sunday, the }3t)» of March, the factious^part-of-tn*: Portuguese ^intom***! -i-lu* - opportunity* under pretence of rejoicing at Do.si lH^Ho*8r^uMi, to insult and »l'-treat the native Br...

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REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

^tEFORM* The Taxes.— We now come to conclude our 1-pecu lutious upon 4fle -projected ^ JUjform — 4»y «hkh *b«» ^i*wm^«H5try-are-expeclfidao AKoifc the relit** of the suffering {tattoo* We Jiave al^ ready gone through thcTsjeveral heads on which we proposed to treat, with the exception of the -ene relative to the Taxes. This is a subject on which, notwithstanding the rapid strides wadf by intellectual improvement, there appears Mill to be not only a great difference of opinion but also a irousiderable want of sound thought displayed \yj those who have spoken and written upon it. The Cash ion of the day is to raise ait out* ry ag iio»t Taxation. This is unquestionably -ra-^^opulaf— view-^-of the— case^-be€fcuse— taxes- and tax-gatherers have, irom time ioi memorial, been objects of popular dislike ; and the journalist who has no nobler aim than to pa mpeT the mis taken prejudices of the populace, will do well to joiu in the general shout. He who will reprobate taxes toio r«fo, as the ...

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[ANSWER.] FOREIGN DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

[ANSWER.] FOR^TGlTTmFSKTME^fTr The Undersigned, Minister and Secretary of Utate M-r Foreign Affairs, by nomination /-f the ?Provisional Regency, in the nam ? of th*» Emperor, received the two notes of yesterday's date, which Wf'ie se»t at half-past four o'clock in the afternoon fiom on board the ship Warspit*. signed by his ExceJJency the Smj. Apostolic Nuncio; and olher gentlemen of the DVpTomatil* )Jo^y. raHinjr ibv mo-t serious attention 9^. .JheJJnizilian Govern* ment to the situation 'pf tneir, countrymen, in whose favor they rHimFdj^j^o^ment^of the most explicit rights of nation*, roriCedeJd to rhera by treaties and the genefM~usage of civilized _nat*m».. auil deslriifg tp.j^nofr f« another note, IF^tfieT^minanaersnoTioreiun ves^l*t*f~w*uy«ow in fiori,. cm\ . Rulhoriie the Captains of Merchant vessels to receive on board such persons of their countries as may th«?re wisli to find an asylum. The undersigned before replying to the contents oT those - Wo~TTot**v^a*h?**-*E4i$s:di^...

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OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS. Or board his Britannic Majesty's ship WARSPITE, 7th April, 1831, 4o'clock, P. M. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS. [FltOM THE WATioNAL PAPER6.J On board his Britannic Majesty's 'hip WarstitI^ 7th April, 1831, 4o'clock9 P. M. :— - tfinjeT^^-pment nrcumstaHcesiTi^which this city is placed, the undersigned m* mJ-ers of the diplomatic -bodyv^anuiit avoid calling the nlost ? 8eri q us attention of - h« Braai lian Gevernment to the situation in which iheir countrymen here find *h--raselvesy Btid to whom they cw proteciioift and Bupport ; ^^ convey uwitlyj; they claim f«r' them \Wi ?'ronj»yiB-'iii of ihe won ox pi if U li^titof i\m ? tious which is conceded to them by treaties, and whicjv is enjoyed .by the jusage of all civi lie ?«! hhuoih. .The ujidcrbi^njpd, coj)fid»-i»g in the loy =aTly~--ft' thv ^Ta«i4H««^«t4oii, ^«d^iiosfi_jiQie_ h- ud of the government, are-convinced-that th«ir~ r-q-iest~will be taken into the due consideration wt:ic-h.'it merits. J^Ujued-^ ^r Archbishop of Tarsa, the Apostolic Nuncio ; th*- B.»r«m of Palencia, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis.ier Plenipotentiar...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

PROCLAMATION. Brave Defenders qf ouk CouNtRY !— Our desjres are completed— the desires of all Brazil, which nature formed to be great, free, and inde pendent. The vile slaves of despotism, blincieu Dy the brilliant splendour ot liberty, have dis appeared for ever from this happy soil, loaded with:, opprobrium and remorse, the only fru't reaped from their treasons and deceits. A thou sand thanks ar© due to ^e^eniun ofTJfazii, which by arming us, has forever crushed despot ism—chained down crime— and restored to tju ^wee.t liberty ir^jK99 beloved citigms, it is now ^4imeH--— r^»t— ourrarins w hiiiriraTert)een (tovrrd with glory without staining them with the Wood of our enemies : transported with joy, lit us hasten t-- our homes, and in the arms of our tender spouses and dear children, amidst the smiles- of innocence and candour, let our only expressions, be, the country is saved — liberty has triumphed, and ou.r^lory is greater than has fallen to the lot. of any other nation. Like ot...

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BRAZILIAN OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS. [Continued from our 3d page.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

fiRAZUl AS OFgJClAL-DOCPMfiNTS., [Continued froju oar 3d page.] Note from the Mikister b*.vVAit, to the General ?' ? at: Anns. ' _.'*-? Illtl fitrioqfe arid ftoflt ' Bxc- Itpiit Sir's ^Having: bapiriytermihated the jcause f«-r^jtehjt|uBtbu- r»g*on.« tr.-iopK of this city assembled in tlieXAii *o »A Ho Nit a, being tioi l^ss Hiiima^ed by thut spirit of patriotism than the brave^Braailianciti ^tans, which obliged-ihem to tak^e-iip axms to -com^Jai^the— enemies ~ot the Constitution and tlie liberties- of-tbeir -country, and who boldly ayd heroically presented themselves lo avenge offend ed nntionclity,,— behiti; ufianimotis in sentiment w Hh T JHe^armed ci t igens, who, forgetful of (he fatigues and privations inherent to the occupation of a soldier, their only object was to divide with JhinLlhe^glpry of Lli berating jheir country ; it ^ehoves osr lo^day, when,. we enter on th«j calm of peatr-and return to our ordinaTy occupations, to _ff torn thanks to the A Imij^hiy^for having croAv....

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

[?] At ^l^«;iic|H[f 'ite6;#^vi wei?ecei»e(l^te8 -?? of Eoglieh Wiij^^itite && of M^rch. * jftir o.nteDte are in^ire&tbg, bul not of ; reading of the |l«form? Bill had taken plaet, , «nd was carried by a »{^briiy of cSily ONE !' it is proposed to dimttitKbHje^ areiBttkiof i - ? ' „ - — — - ? — = The general state of the country was very j distressing: iStffo #W»1»' w^ngj for mf--|«no(^li.^miy.per day; as ap-j pea»»4 by returns in ade to a meeting held aU HudderafieU., f,om^el^^w^ ^t^d vicinity,— Mr. O'Cooneirs eldest son had been tetariH* for Clare.-Sir H,-PawrfH% SecretarfarW«Tr--Piince Leopold was l^ be married to the daughter of the King of FraiK-c, lo May last.— Sir Francis Rtirdett] *nd ott,ets7^ere to he elevated to itel Peerage oq the Reform Bill p»s?ing.— BoU-j war, MWtaWW§^L Amevltcu^iearW] ~p7«wnter -fesi*— keUere ftgni^Jteitn state -that Warsaw was stiiJ ?iu possession of ttie Poles, whose decided slan 1 against Russian tvranny has given them a mora...

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LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

LAND REGULATIONS. c- His Majesty's Government having deemed it expedient lo substitute new regulations, for those at present ^^ffl^^'Tje^e^n^Ah^r^tfoi'^^ granting land in the Australian (idlonies, and ac cordung^to whteh no|affii will i» future Ue disposed of otherwise than by public sale, it has become iieressar^ to. make a corresponding change in the arrangements which have hitherto been in force^ vith respect, to the military settlers, and which have been published to the Army, in the General Orders, dated June 8, 1826; May 16th, 1827; and August 24, 1837. His Majesty has accordingly been graciously pleased to declare, that all the advantages held out to the Officers of the Arlmyj, under whose or ders, as far as relates to the -«!?» of Commissions; shall? continue to -remain iti foice . and with a tie w that each individual Officer may derive the same benefit with reFpoct to an allotment of Land, asnas&eea held out iiMhofee ord'-rs respectively, His Majesty tias been plea...

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POET Y. TRANSLATION OF A BRAZILIAN HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

\-om: -v. tAAWSLATIOff -Off_^— BttASlXIAN— HTJIN^ {[From ih« iUerary Intelligencer.] Joy, native 1 ami, be tfeine — Brazilians! Hail ttwTiaiiti! -iFor-slti*'TyVB»1jte band is bauish'd freedom's bfcrioe ! Him who from heuce departs ; ? _. Wot true Brazilian -hearts - --? H*--nev*TCouW ensile.. , -'' Joy, native land v &c. . The sacred haitd which guides *~~-DT Providence^the laws* Agaitibt oppression's irausei- ? — — Us obstacles provide j _,--.. - Joy, native land, &c. Despising freeroen*s'will ; v f ( — Dea^o the gowd^attd-jiiiit-j^-1- ?' He ever in the dust ? ?»/ . .* Would trample oiLftraiiLL , 7^r~Joy^«ative~landv~&Ci '' On Freedom's hely shriuc, Brazilian's deity ! Destroy ye slavery, . — la sacrifice /divine 'I , , joy, native land, &c. Let despots yield to fate : Pedko is our's — now, Each plJi^oiie^vow Anew shall vegetate. -Joy, native land, &c. Olorious shall aye appear Brazil,— 't»s Heaven's command! Pedho, your native Ifljnd t Jiff ...

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ORDER OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

OHDBR OF THE DAY. Convinced that the respectable citizens who spiritedly appeared in the field of honour to de Uyi\~thi* ljhi*rtioR nf their ronntry,- ought in all__i_ things to respect what the acknowledged autho rities determine : 1 order, that every armed citi zep who may. leave th* field of honour* even un- - - der the pretext of a walk, or any other similar imHive, Ijih by such act tacitly declared, that he . ?-v;-t-he» to separate himself from the valiant band of citizens there assembled for the defence of - l^ir country, consequently, on leaving the field ^TilLh'Tntent ~to~not— return ^gain^e-ibouidji^ ^-^ dotyn his arms whether his owu or of the nation, the Patroles being authorised to disarm JheJu* i ractors of , this tfoiuiuund; ?:w hose sole end-is the^ ? preservation -of , good order, without which, true.f, -^ Hb^rtycounpt ex-»ti t^turther order, that whe^n ' earh citizen assembled 4« the ^bovenientioned $eld, shall have any representattott to mak^ re specting any object...

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DECREE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

DECRSB. The provisional' Regency, in the name of the ^m|teTor7^wiitriiie~adyif e^»f the €ouucilof State, decrees.*— ?- - . 1st. That all Brazilian citizens who, for ' political crimes, are condemned, or even im-) peached, be pardoned. V-, 2nd. That all soldiers, guilty of desertion, be . equally pardoned ; those who are now prisoners, upon their immediately returning to their res pective corps, aud those whe are not prisoners upon returning in the space of three months from the date of the present decree. Palace of ft lode Janeiro, 9th April, 1831, aod tenth of the : Independence. of jthe Empire. Mau-juis of Cauavellas. Francisco we Lima e Silva. ? NlCoLAO l^ERivlKA DE C AMfOS VtRGUEIRO. : — M1nister^tH^w3r^t^ry-o^tate4br^eJJjepaji^ ? ment of Justice, ..--... ' r Manuel Joze de Souza Franca.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, AUGUST 8th, 1831. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

SHIPPING INTJXLIGENGE. LAUNCESrON, AUGUST 8th, 1831. iVl^En. - ^~ On the 4th, the Cutttr Fanny, for Circular Head. , __ Yesterday, tfee schooper Farewell, and brig Celia, from Hbbart^To^a, ? ^gBABT^rOWirfAf GUST L ^ 183U Oii^he %7(k$ ?-tfcwH6gM*.4 Cabmamta, Capt Gray, forSydoey, with part of her import cargo. ARRlfiiD. On the 3d, the traospon ship Argyll, 600 tons, ^3apWStavers, fr«iBrJ^MmoilUi,-Maiiiii JB4_jd.m ' 244 male conf fctf . Swrseon and siiperiuteiidHiit, Dr. Brock. Passenger*, the Rev. Mr. Ratine ws, missionary for^ew J|ealan-S Lieut^Gillard, 2nd regti^t^oti^jidiHMyv^t^t'-ttani^t*^^ 4lsl,% . , . ,. Blisign WiltiamB, 6401) 3 sergeants, aud 33 rank and'lle, 3 women «nd 3 children of the mijitary^ « -? On JfrJday tbe Sib, the transport ship Proieus, ..*i 254rtonV€ayt; Brown ^~4fim-:-plf mouth, April -14th^witb 1 lSHmalu ^dnvicts-^urgeon ai»A_Sji- , p«i intendent, Dr. Logan. P^issen^ers, - aptaia Lowe, Lieut. Rirby, of the 15th, 16 of the Lan. cers, and 20 rank and file of ot...

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

: 7 new w^tigtetm* :??'? '?' - Jm& D. ROBERTSON he* lo.a^afe ? tiie inijubltaijts of Lavncestom, and th*» County o r , C^^iw-ili in ^?^j-ij., tttut, ii» arvi^ioM in » i \r ^jorto »? r . $1 Q{ '% i ihey are wow ieu*I*e and superior ass r taunt otlGOODb, re cei yed'- toy I l»fc tetesi a-^vais jfrom England, to; which -luey respectfully invite public attention; in-Jndutg — . f lain a«d figured Bo)t-t»nNpt»s and Qnllin^s Mack Jjtfld VVhi!«» Rubb'n Veits an-l Lat* Tippets JFou -faarth and 16-'in 6l»ck Cr«|)f * . B!a- k and foloYru Gros-de-N;- pies and Persians li -fk_S:ik ;ud Cot toil 'Velvet* ~* ? Black a«-i Colored Silk ilatidkerchiefs— in great TvTSoice — Turkey R ed and fash im«abV^-pHntfdXoUon ditto $i-K, Cotton, flnd^iflj^iftdihbfliiJiiii ? . S ii k €tfitqjfi+-and U ur.sted Stocjuggs^ :L ... _; -la rc« assortment of doves ?- all deMtriplipns ~~T' Indies-1 Hud^GliHilfHi^-DunliiBifiiRT^DPTon, Straw ? and l^«h-»rn HATS and B0N3&TS Black and Colors Merinob and Stuffs Br...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 August 1831

POLiCK, August 1 .-^Margaret Gumberlidice, repeated drunkenness— two hout s in the storks. William Leaky? drunkenness— fined 5s. Geoi^e iyle, ~ poundkeepnr, charged by the Rev. Dr. Biov^ne, with n breach of the iHijjouuiiuie Act— - 'tu»rge diiicis^ed. August %— Joseph C-illa«d, drui»k- n n+'ss— fined A|f/t#iB%'4ck Brockin, drjiukeun^^ i: fined 5s. AttgtisY 4 —Richurd Cordey, 4 buried with ha vhiK fidientJf a^floJted Hem y Dav ii., pub Jkan, »t LuOtti'fSH^^pned ^2.10. August 5*-^__ John Taylor, chaVn^d %vith ntivni|»tiug to rescue a frrjsoiier l|jiiiiB4j^neii^i^HiM4-^^^tal-^^ ? ^WM^f&ij^J^WS^ p^feSce for six mouths . Augiibt 6th— Mtt-]rl^pri?an, charged with having violently amqljtfd 'Jvtjtit V* wohti, of Launc^too —bound oyeJr^ile^Ulif |pi^ tor sit mouthi. . .-; ' ToCbftKESP-J^^*MXs.^4t 4-inm6Qtw j^ ou? m&t^ ,.% - -tlHT*\ i. ii*Jf;i-i-- 9^'' -Vii'TiJ'- ?*?$ i£'. ''^ ? ..^_k— ^-^— ^— ^—

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THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 August 1831

THE CONTINENT,! _:.. - Dor ron tinental news is capable' of belngcom pressed within a very small compass. Louts Philiipe had formally and decidedly re jected ihe^rowiKof Belgium ^JoT^is^ofi^tw* Dtib' i^rft^moOGi^Mp^ttrzthe^lvU^i^JL^i^ termined notr to seek for thrones* for his children* The French nation is anything but quiet?. Some internal disease \s preying upon her, which oc' casionally breaks out in fitful tumults and dis turbances. Two political parties, that of yptfn£ Napoteon, . and that -of Che Ddc de »our(1eau*T hegi« to s*»ew themselves, artd have creuted seve ral disturbances. TheGoverHrnent isjifc present r^i^saAdyi«a«_ Pfeilli^e^^ie^ we~!rtialH-er much deceived if the crown of Fraeca sits upon M« bead ,ef the*4 Ckiaea King!9 this day twelve months ,.: ?» ? It seems almost beyond a doubt that the Con tint nt will be em broiled in' a war in a- very few months. The coming events are legible in almost -«verv mail which arrives. TheHRuissians afe 'a«- semSblu^ alt their for...

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SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH PRESS. REEORM BILL [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 August 1831

SPIRIT 'OF HIE ENGLISH PttfiSS. ?REEGUM BILL. The . niBJonfy of on* — a glorious unit, *sithe Herald i Wils it— is, of course, equivalent to 4he rejection of the Reform Bill. Any other^dminis tration, under airy *-tht-r circumstances, would i»e bound to resign office, or dissolve Parliament The^presentjninisrry is not placed in that extre iriity, -T-ha.£ountqr is visibly with tTiem, anil tlie fact liiat Parliamen t is , « fla in st . them, is in itself b prool that it misrepresents the country. ; Every new step ukwii in theprogress of the measure, 'dlfords ?JB»w-:cv.Meiu.-«. of the necessity of J*«»rlia^ wutary * reform. .There is, therefore, so much gained to the moral strength of the question by 4Ms--.fure»^-^i^^M*wt^^^ac^iv...^fat the ncans by which it is working are unnatural and unsafe. A papular ministry — an unpopular Par liament— and aiL.eJtcil('d_ people, present an ano maly -ttau ^aHttot be carried ^fit^out a violent coi lisioira^mon-jst these opposite elements. Corapre na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 August 1831

Tor London direct. '— ^P^ E^6«e^st-#ail4tJg^arkr Thomas Lan ;-?-'- --.M. We^^LAMGTOBi'-lit.-R«~:^-; Command er. Jm v? ng -tt» e grf ?alert wirtot tier cargo lengaged* «riil jsall positively Jj! atfew da ys, - Her Accommodation* for Passengers are very superior. 4F4-r#r*l|^| or Passage, apply to ;I»Huncp$ton$ . — — _ ^ — — ? ? Aug. 13th» 1831* — '— -^- '-. :;:- ----i^i~ AT A M^ETlN-|^4«iid fo the Court House, ontke 9th 3&ly , of the. Siifcj sct-ibors tw a Prxkbytekian Kiuit, to be built in' iati ncestonv^tt^wa^-rt^Wiy^^d^— ? ^.. . 1st.— That Mr. A. Beverhmse, and Mr John -CA*iEiiovr bp~a-i(!edto~The Committee, and ibot Mr ; ~A-cfiK'AKi-£K Wales be jjjpowtetJ -Secretary, and- that Mr. Thomas siott, be 3nd.~ That the Subscriptions be collected by ?.-.-? — Ii'itilments, viz.,— On the 1st Monday of August, 1st Monday of September, 1st Alon day of October. - 3rd.— 'That the Committee wait on the subscribers to collect Hie money, and receive further __ ? wfascriptioiisT 4th.— That ...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 August 1831

'HO BART TOWN GAZETTE, ? Saturday, August is. H0TIGES— ' Col. Secbetarv's Office.— Much inconvenience fiaviug arisen to 'the PnMic Service from the -]on-transu-»sio» of Accounts ia the manner directed by the Government Notic* of the 3rdj»f September, 1827. the Lieu tenant-Governor has ~ beenpl«a«e^«-or4«r^ie^€-pulli^tioniifjuj.ExiractjVoii. that^ notice to which the st^ution of the Heads of Departments is hereby particular!; called. 'S. — His Excellency has fa rtiier directed intimation to be given, that cbargea'aganist Government will not in future be paid, unless accounts .thereof in duplicate wgularlf atjtr-sted -and ceUiaea are turnisnett,. at least within eix months after the expense shall have been incurred, or satisfactory reasons for any greater deiat.assignied. — '?3.— Extract from the Government Notice of the 3rd of November. 1887. Article 87.—' Heads of Departments are held responsible punctual I y and regularly to ca)T in , and bring forward the Ac counts of Enpensea inc...

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