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From the Rev. G. Croley's Salathiel. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
From the Rev. G. Croley'a Salathiel. ? Just before the conflagration of tbe Tem ple of Jerusalem, 'tSatathiel, with a view of leading a band of fugitives to die within (be hallowed boundaries of that edifice, at tempts to ascend Mount Morinh, but is swept downward by a gust of wind that tore the rocks in a flinty shower around him :— While I lay helpless, t heard the whirlwind roar through the cloudy hills and the vapours be. gan to revolve. A pale light, like that of the ris ing moon, quivered on their edges ; nnd the clouds rose, and ra'pidly shaped themselves into the forms of battlements and towers. The sound of voices was heard within, low and distant, yet strangely sweet. Still the lustre brightened ; and the airy building . rose, tower ou tower, and battlement oo battlement.— In awe that held us mute, we knell and grazed upon this more than mortal architecture, that continued rising and spreading, and glowing with a strener light, still soft aud bilvery, yet to which (he broa...
THE CONTENTED LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
THE CONTEKTEP LOVER. I ask not if the world enfold ' A fairer form than thine, Tresses more rich in flowing gold, . And eyes of sweeter shine. It is enough for roe te know That Ihouart fair to sight, That thou hast locks of golden flow, And eyps of playful light. I ask not if there beaf: on earth A warmer heart than thine, A soul more rich in simple worth) A genius more divine. It is enough for mejto prove, Thou hast a eoul sincere, A heart well made for quiet love , A fancy rich and clear. Already by kind heav'n so far Beyoud »y wishes blest, t would not) with presumptuous pray'r, Petition for the best. While thou art wise, and good, and fair, Thou art that best to me ; Nor would ), might I choose, prefer, A lovelier still to tbee.
SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
SYDNEY .MARKET. H Average Lano Prodccs.— Wheat 9s to lls6d Her bushel; Make 4s 9d to 6s 3d per ditto; Bar H-y4sto5s8dpetilitto;Hay £8ta£9 per .Ton; Btraw £2 to £1 10s per ditto.— Dairy produce— Hresh butter 2s to 3s per lb; eggs 2s 6d to 3s per Hlozen; fowls 2s 9d to 4s per couple; turkeys 14s ^Bo 18s geese 12s to 16 and ducks 5s to Gs per cou Hle; sucking pigs at 4s to 5s (id; salt pork 8d to 9d Her lb; fresh pork 3|d to 5tl per lb by the car Hase; dairy cream cheese of 2 to 3 lbs weight 2s ^Bach;— Fruit and vegetables —Peaches 7d to Is; H-ranges 2s to 3s; and pumpkins 6s to 14s per do/.' H-oUtoei 9i to lls per cwt. onions 5d to7d per lb.
Launceston, 9th June, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
Lauhoeaton, ^ 9th June, 1839. I SLR, ? With reference to (hat part of your ?paper of yesterday's dale, giving a partial? ?-ut inaccurate report of the proceedings in m. case heard at the Police Office, wherein a Lrisouer of the crown was suspected to have ?stolen a sow and tvro pigs, and that the ?Clerk of the Court broached the moustrous Koctrine -*' (hat no prisoner of tbe crown ?could hold property, and that it is a crime ?n a prisoner to possess any,' I beg leave ?o inform ) ou, and also the subscribers to, Bud others who are in the habit of reading ? our weekly publication, (if you will per ?nit the iusertion of (his letter in your next ?lumber) that whatever might have been my ?opinion of (he fact, t did not broach any Hoclrins, or advanoean opinion on the sub ject, and that t never hinted, much less ?aid. 'that a prisoner of the crown could ?lot bold property, and that it was a crime ?n a prisoner to possess any,' is as true as ? our statement is false. I I am by no means ave...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
Police Office, Launccstort, April 1Alh, 1829. « LIST of Article* in the possession of the c, Police at Luuncesttw, unclaimed, and the owners names uiikoown. Applications for the o\ same to be made at the Police Office between the hours of Nine and Four on Wednesday* and 01 December 6th, 1S23.-A gold ring, set with ir pearls, and a false ruby, found on the person of Winfred Me Nally. ,1,1 ?&. * December 30Ui, 1823— A horn handle knife, a a needle, and small irou fish-hook, found in a 'S&ber'Sh. 1825--A silver tea-spoon, not ' marked, found in the streets ot Lauiiceston by „, 1ROMarchR-f826.— One Urge pistol, maker's name Mortimer, taken from James Godwin ,a bush rancer, nn accomplice of M. Brady a»d others. AWt 2nd, lW-A note for one dollar, ? signed William Barnes, taken from the person of I HAUy6u'tyiTth, 1826-One silver watch without J a glass, face much broken, no maker's name, g found in the dwelling-house of Jacob Mayall, a *'£' silver watch,' maker's name Tomli...
From the Life and Travel of JOHN LEDYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
Frcm the Life and Travel* «f Johk Leotard. * I have once visited the Foundling Hospital, and the Hospital de Dieu in Paris; twice I never shall. ' Not all the morality from Confucius to Addtsoa could give fme auch feelings. Eighteen foundlings were brought the day of roy visit. One was brought in while I was there. Dear lit tle innocents I But you are, happily, insensible of your situations. Where are your unfortunate mothers ? Parhops in the adjoinining hospital ; they have to feel for you and themselves too' Bat where' is the wretch,. theviUian, the monster — ? 1 was not six minutes in the house. It is customary to leave a few pence ; t flung down Vtx livres, and retired. Determined to persevere, I coutiuued ioy\ visit over ihe way to the Hospi tal de Dieu. I entered first the apartments of the women. Why will you, my dear sisten, I was going to say, as I passed along between the beds in ranks, why will you be— ; bnt I was interrup ted by a melancholy figure, that appeared at its'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
Xl Cormtail Bank. »y \M * T ft General meeting of Proprietors held flic ml f\ on the 1st day or June, it was unanimously ?i icol resolved that a Dividend of £l 4s per share be ? declared as payable to Proprietors hnving paid up lihe instalments due oh tbeir respective shares, ? previously to the 1st day of May last, the said ? Dividend being 'completed on a gross profit of m£11 16s2«l per annum. ? * ... JAMES RANKIV, ? nnf 8th, 1820. Secretary. ? . The Launceston Advertiser. PERSONS residing in Hobart town and its neighbourhood, wishing to become sub tju(B[cribprs to the above-named publication, are res in* ?pectfully requested to forward their names either ?to Mr. John Fawkner, tienr. Macqoario street, or ?to Mr, J. P. Deanc, Elizabeth street. H The Tasmanian. PERSONS wishing to become subscribers to that valuable and highly interesting pub Hlication, the ' Tasmam an, und AustrhalAsja ?tic Review,' will pWse to forward their names Hid the Publishers, or to Mr. John Fawkneu, jun. ? ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 June 1829
B On Saturday last at thePoJice Office Gep. C»l' Hns was fined 41 Dollars and costs, for harbouring H runaway convict named Battle. TJils was a case H we think of great hardship, the witnesses* de Hosed that a man named Hughes, employed Suttle ^B assist him in finishing a job of fencing which be Hughes had contracted for with Collins, and also ^Bat Hughes lodged and boarded SutUe, and that ^B a distance from Collins's house no person eve11 ^?tempted to prove that Suttle ever entered Col_ ?bs's house, the Magistrates lay « great stress upon ^Be absence of Hughes, there cannot be the least ^Bmbt tlmrt U considered himself in danger there ^?re he has quitted the neighbourhood. ^?A Scotchman at the Police, Office en Saturday ^w, upon beirif Jisked io swear according to the ^Bstom of his country, very «ollj replied, Oh, 17/ ^mptar any te«y .— This occured during the hearing ^B a complaint Htnksman against Dell. ^mReguhiies —There are five requisites fora pro ^Bssed drunkard: —A face of b...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
JRIUVED IK THIS T«.IT. ?«'.*ie 17-h,— Tb« CuMer Mary A'tii% J. B. ? T'rv o«d Master, pat in to rpfit and virtual, from a wiling trip, and from Sydney, but trill not Iai:d tier cargo. AJIIUYEO IV HOBtRT TOWV. Cb -he 13th.— The ship Vibetia, Capt. Stephwi Be-, from London 4th Dec. Portsmouth the 3rrt Jtn., and thp Capo 22nd April, with a general cargo of merchandize. Passengers.— Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Messrs. Gort*. Simpson and Willis ; Messrs. Parsons, Coates, Hill, Mallet and Malgass. On Tuesday last,— The Colonial schooner Henry Capt. Tnggnrt. fro« Lauticpston, with 950 bush els of oats and barley, to J. k 3. Solomon. On Wednesday last, — The »hio Fnhemfnn^ Tap tain Harper, from .Canton, 28th March, with e Valuable cargo, and a Javanese entire horse.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
I PRIME /UN and COHDIALS. ItAMES RACKET)1 tabes leave to ac ?d quaint the Public Hint he hat on sale'Gin of ?a very superior description, and cordials of ex ?qnisile flavour, which are to be had wholesale at Hie Distillery, Macqaarre-street, Hobart town, ?and retail at Mr, Wm. Lindsay's Stowell Arms, ?for the following prices :— M '. Wholetale. Retail. ? Gin, per proof Gallon, 10s. 12s. ? Cinnamon Cordial do. 14s. 16s. ? Peppermint do. 1£». 16s. ? Clove, highly prized 14s. 16s. ? J. R. avails ofjthis occasion to return his thanks ?te the Spirit Dealers who have given him their ?warmest support. ? Barley wanted. I Derwent Distillery, I April 25th, 1829. ? - ' - ? A Farm to be Let. P11O be LET, and entered upon imuedi* I J. at*ly, One Thoutani Acre* of Land, adjoin ?ng the Estates of Messrs. Ralston and Lktte, ?onrteen miles from Launcestou, and koown by ?he name of Spring Koiit. ? This land bring of the richest quality, and only Bhinly timbered, is well adapted for cultivation, ftnd ...
LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JOVE 1% 1829. It is the pnblir. duty of n Journal'^ tn dUppi -elu««rtn; hwt in the discharge of th'n *^ntr hi» must not expert t« find hU road pprfertly frpp from the arrow* of those who nrc Interested in preventing rhe 'Bgii of truth fr«m confronting and dissipating their power. fTonnr the min whose wish and care A few productive acres bound, Content to breath the healthful air On his own ground. As the limbers of our neighbours will no doubt rapidly increase by the establishment of a Colony at Swan PORT, it will behore ?very settler and person engaged in agricul ture and also in grazing-, to exert themselves In order fully to meet the increased demand which we fondly anticipate, for there is not the smallest doubt that Swan Port will be omeAvery populous settlement from its . very centrical ?itnation, and from the rank - 884 respectability of its patron*, and also of the persons who are about to found it. Report speaks of 2,000 persons setting down t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
Two Pounds Reward. T OST on Monday fast, a it ED MO jLd BOCCO POCKET BOOK, containing a Bil onJno.TufnbulIfor f20, drawn by Wm. Uolton accepted by John Turnbull, and endorsed 1- John Ayres; a Note of Hand of Charles Hoppey' for £3 17s, in favour of Win. Otvenor bearer, am endorsed by Wai. Owen ; a Note of Band of Rd Jordan's for £1 10s, payablo to Mr. Win. Drum by ; an Order from Mr- Cleaborne on Mr. J Solomon for £2, dated 30th May, and varioui other papers, of no use to any person but tin owner. Any person delivering them at the Office of thit paper, or at Mr. WM. BRUMBY'S, Norfolk Plaint shall receive the above reward. Jane 2nd, 1829.^ npHE following articles per Queen Char M. lotte, are now on Sale, at the Stores of Mr. Jas. R ei bey :?— A few tons of sugar, (superior quality) at £St per ton, or 4d. per 1b. by the bag Good Bengal sugar, (very white) at 6d. per lb by the bag Young hyson in half-chests, at £3 5a. each Candle cotton-wick Carry powder, 1 case containing 65 bottles, ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
I From the very indifferent slat»of oar roads and ? treets, even 1u dry weather, we tire somewhat I change at present for the worse j for owing to I their roal-fomation at first, and the immense I quantity of rain which has fell within this last I fortnight,' the town and its immediate vicinity B is almost impassable cither for foot passengers or H ^or horse and chaise, tut more so fora loaded B tart ; and persons of common humanity most ? deeply lament the negligence or the apathy of H. those who ought to provide in the rammer, that H our streets should at least be passable for loaded ^m arts, even if the foot paths for passengers are H neglected, for what do we pay tin enormoat sum ^B in taxes, (Uses at which we should not murmur ' ^K properly Applied) bat to provide for the wants and ^m necessities of the «t«t«, and to -fcoe.p our roads ^m end streets in repair ; we again reiterate, that we ^B have Dot one street macadamized, no, nor one ^B street at this present moment in which ...
FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. &nbsp; Certificates of Freedom bave been obtained by &nbsp; the undermentioned :— &nbsp; John M' Donald, 70, Fenny ; Jeremiah Collins, &nbsp; 400, Arab ; Thomas Deane, 488, ditto. &nbsp; &nbsp; Tickets of Leave have been granted to the un- &nbsp; dermenlioned :— &nbsp; Edith, alias Esther Tiley, 35, Midas; Thomas &nbsp; Hopwood. 355, Malabar, and John Bellows, 363 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Juliana. &nbsp; ? Ecohomicm. Ice-house.— Let a barrel of any sin ? be filled with ice, and placed in one so macb H larger, that « space of from two to three inches ii H left between them all round. Fill tbis spice with ? carbon, thickly heaurd and pressed ; covet ? mouth of .the barrel with six inches of the nine H substance; and, placing a layer of straw overtiie ? the whole, bury Ihetic&eure in your cellar. Neil ? winter you have only to renew. the carbdn at t...
WOMAN'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 June 1829
I WOMAN'S LOVE. I Ob the toIcb of woman's love !— I What a bosom-stirring word ! I ip/as a sweeter ever utter'd, I Wasadearer ever heard, I Thau woman's love ? I How it melts upon the ear ! I How it nourishes the heart ! I Cold, ah 1 cold most his appear, I That has never shared a part I Of woman's love ! I Tis pleasure to the mourner, I 'Tis freedom to the thrall : I Toe pilgrimage oF many, I And the resting place of all, I . Is woman's love ! I lii the gem of beauty's birth ; I it competes with joys above : I What were angels upon earth, ? If without woman's love— . I Sweet woman's love i I It is positively asserted that P. k. Mulgrave, ? Eiq-« -s to proceed to Hokart town hi all this ? month, to officiate as Police Magistrate there. H For this, ire, aa well as most of the enlightened H part of cur community, express oar unfeigned ?sorrow; not that he was our friend, or over friendly ?towards ui, but time had begun to soften down the ?asperities of his nature towards pcop legen ?e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829
I fhe Lattneeston Advertiser. PERSONS residing in Hobart town and its nehjhbeorhbod, wishing to become nob ? ««ibf rt to ttrt'*i«»e«BO»ea publication, ore res I pfctfuily tta.»e»(igd iMPiMHi their names either I iaunCertan, . - ' ' ? '' * ? ' -- ? ? I May 18th, 1829. I Gornwitt Bank. , ?? AT a Genrttt oiMthtgOf Pioprietpwheld on tf-e lit day ifr Jiuw,' it was unanimously ? rnolrtd that a Dividend of #1 4s par than' ne% I declared u payable to Proprietors having paid up ? 'Che instalment* do* on their respective Shares,; ? previously to die lit day of May last,- the said) ?.Dividend Wing completed on a gross profit of ? £ii 16i 2d per annum. * ?' JAMES RANKW, I hop 8th, 1889. Secretary. m Conveyancing. ? T S. ODELAND respectfully Infornu; ?V ? hit Friends land the Public in general, that Bib intends (after a practice of sewn year* Jn. En ?gland) to again enter into the above profession, Knd assures them, that any Conveyance, Deed of ?Co-liartflersMn, AsreetnenL ManJazc Settlement, ?m...
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829
.??/.???- 'SMJP Jgffiii NEVfS. r*«»IVEO IS THIS M-RT. -_ n,_ acii. _For Sydney, the Hetty, (James wool, rptmocs, &c. &c. ARKITED IN HOBART TOWN, On th«»21s«.-1he hri* WW, (Capt. G«»o. Jack) from St. Thomns 17th February; Cireo-ioa fchds.ond 50 barrels Soear, 30 bags Coffee, 8S puncheons Hum, 4 casks Tobacco, and 2 hhds. Brandy. On »he 21st-— The barque .Mfmrnrf, (Captain Chalmers) for Sydney, with a valuable cargo. P.MM?i.-Mr.yT. Flaherty, supercargo, and Wr Joseph Birch. On the 39no\-The liriff d''*'. (C«pt- Comey) for Sydney, wilh a part of her import cargo, 4 of her rTansengers from Rio, and Mr. Lofgreen from tbis place. PROJECTED BAILINGS. Thebrte h«t«, (Capt.B«ck,)Sfc el?'**'' '« 5vdn*V. Carp«.— 9 tons Potatoes, fiSl bushels wW, 18 casks Oil, I bundle Kangaroo skins, 9 cast's Maek«fts. The brig Voliuia is daily enpected to nil for Sydney. \
No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829
The frineipel queition whjoh at prewmt Britates the mother country, is Cmihol*c\ ^ipation. It ha-caUed forth all the bitter leeUnga of both parties, and is »ot] likely to end without bloodshed. Associa-I tiov of Catholics are *ery common now in »_ j.-j' »nd .kind of. tax called Catholic J3 U coUecUd in England, and it apppears fitted to Ireland ; Sew York ha. alw re milted 1,000 dollars as Catholic wnt. A mating cai^mnd eeale was exhibited on Penendenheath to October last, os it were to try the *tr*»g-h of the parUes. A Mr. Shiel from Ireland attempted ?» «d» ? speeoh, In hopif of working wonders but I K™» the disgust against him, for Jus n liberdrefcecttdnsmthelate Duke of York, «,dthe unp^ubrity of his ?use generaMy, ^l«didnotobt.inVhe.nng MrSbel attempted to apea*; '» ««6-»» ? ~i 2* Cobbitt instantly replied, 111 be «romyon»re, by your d_d inipnaenoe This wes«t a public meeting, «m ' Bngteh mHMlc» meeting, to take into con«de»Uon I ;«ran4*oUtical quertio.. Why, the very !«rftonti...