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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

LATEST SYDNET INTELLIGENCE. FROM 'THE AUSTRALIAN' OF MARCH 24. Ssri«»us Affray. — On Thursday and Friday night the town was alarmed by a very serious riot among the military. It would seem that ibe towns-people on trie former evening had commenced an attack on certain of the soldiers in York-street, and driven them with stones, brick bats, and other missiles into the barracks. Some of the stones thrown by the mob, are stated to have found their way through the win dows of the mess room of the 40. h regiment, and to have nearly floored, at an unseasonable hour of the evening, one or two of the party who were assembled to celebrate the orgies of Saint Paddy. It was not to be expected that flesh and blood could ram el y brook such treat ment. Accordingly the soldiers who had been til us roughly handled soon procured a reinforce ment, and returned to the charge with naked bayonets. Unfortunately their passions were too much excited to allow them to discriminate between friend and foe. T...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

Extract of a letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated April 7. u The anticipations in my last, have not been rraiztid. The Valetta has sailed f-ur Sydney, aod the Haweis has beeo detained here, obvious ly for the purpose of preventing any information i each -ng Sydney, previous to the arrival there of the Valetta; and, of course, the undisturbed arrangement of whatever measures may be in contemplation What those measures may be, is ht'VOti'i lh«» rpach «t* mv itirl.jrm#»nfr ft ia onirl but I tanoot believe it, thai ihe object is to seli the if a «n board the Valetta (supposed to be about one half her cargo, the other half having been latiJrd her*-)* to the Sydney merchants, before it ia known thai so large a quantity of that article is here. Bui I caonot conceive that such a method of trading would be adopted ; rtjecaune U is certainjy net that fair and liberal &y*ufi) which distinguishes British mercantile Uausaciioos ; and dm trick would be soon dis : covered, t...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Latest British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

Latest British Extract 1 L^Wdqv Sessions, (^ctpber §7.— tb^Ses; sums commenced on Tuesday last, before the Ror-rd-r ami a Bench of Aldermen. , , ,. \ hz lie i.qideTtijL addressing jjie .GrsojJ.Juijr, said.-iiiaj, upon \o*)Jting,ovet tjie calendar, beper \ oeived aVharge.tif forgery, which would require their most attentive coi.isiderat ion. I n cases of conviction of *ucb ^OibftVoce, the convict, it was knowai, wa&susuaiiynaaueu over 10 me tic cutioner. The forgery of a bond, or deed, or power of -attorney/ wfcs at thing of much more complex -nature than the forgeries which were generally charged in Churls of Justice. As to a deed, if after; execution 'of it by .the botia jple wariies, any a'tt-ratian should be made which . TeWeredltdT£Fere»r»robi';Ti» original fprjn,,. that alteration *as a .forger?,^ proved to have^be^p unauthorised. XiV power of att. rney appealed to liave been execuiet) by three persons, , and that only one of ifce three executed -t, the JK& was ...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. Sir, It realty i* astonishing with what facility any com ta«tnica?i-m, of a scurrilous nature, can obtain inser tion m the Hobart Town G»z»'tie — it matters not, it would appear, from whatever quarter, however au tb**nticHird, or any thing eUe ; it it has a tendency to dt^treciat* flic character -»f any Pub'ic Officer, the sccuiacv i« never questioned. Having subjected mn«t ttl lilt* Crown Officers, on the nlhpr SiHp of the Island, to this sort of persecution, in their turn, it is u«» wonder that advances should nuw be made to Launceston. I find, in las* G*z *'*«*, a most unjustifi able attack made upou the character of our Coroner — unjust fiaWe, I say, in as far as an investigation, if the subject had been considered worthy one, would have clearly and satisfactorily exonerated him from any thing like blame on the occasion there alluded to, or indeed at any other time , it beins an acknowledged and well-known fact, that oo Officer on the Island, what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

ADVERTISEMENT. : . .. ? l ON SALE, BY MR. COBB, 1 At the Stores of Mr. Whitchdbcit, Corner of |\ . erisbane-street, Liuacestorty iteCmrt the I } Ship St. Mich -jel^coniiitWgj; of thflef^lowng I Articles: tiz.:-jr^. I'*' /.., ,V' I icilNE hyson tea, fi'nf frysi& skin ditfo, sugar I & an-i coffee- ioM6c6;tl\Me; cutratits nut- | megs, and cloves ; , mustard, pepper, a»d salt- I petre ; pickles, stone I^Iue, ^tarcb, spermaceti, f i tandiesj vinegar in potiles, arrow-root,, brandy,, | rum, Port wine in bottle and wood, white wine, I bottled ale,' hlackiog, tufpeotine,.. linseed oil, I w^iite lead and black paint, paint brushes, ivory I £lack, uaofceeiw of various coioor»r furotture I Himity, fustians, corduroys; green, crimson, 1 „ jiurple, and black velvets; assorted threads, : cotton and linen drill, ginghathSy-Eoglish check, 4-4ths brown Htie^v^andQ '4ths sheeting (linen), striped shirts, Cotton and silk umbrellas, parasols, velvet purses, cassitnere and .ladies eloth ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

'To the Editor of the Tatmanian. Sir, On perusing the Hobart Town Gazette of the 8(h instant, in which a paragraph reflecting on Ihe cha racter of onr Coroner appears ; and knowing that this information was afforded by an individual, wbrtte disappointed hopes, in obtaining publicity to ctrftht scurrilous articles against some very respectable cha racters here, now renders every person aiifce obnoxious to him ; I think it would be tto more than the Public publicly to caution the good folks of HobartTown against giving credit to the absurdities and falsehoods, published weekly in their Gazette, from the pen of this individual, whom the Editor designates a« ' our Launceston Correspondent.' This is the Gentleman, Sir, of such scribbling notoriety, that, only a few weeks, ago, so successfully played off a hoax con cerning the gunpowder tea selling at 4s40 per chest ia Launceston, whereas there never was a chest for sale on ihe Settlement i and who, at the same time, ex pended nearly a we...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

EXTRACT OF   GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS.         Commandant's Office, George Town, April 2, 1825.   LIEUTENANT COLONEL BALFOUR, of   His Majesty's 40th Regiment of Foot, having   arrived, and being appointed by His Excellency the GOVERNOR- IN-CHIEF, Commandant     of this Settlement, all Applications and Reports   will be made to him after this Date.     CHARLES CAMERON, Lieut.-Col.     Commandant.             Government House, Port Dalrymple, April, 1825. THE Commandant directs, that until further   orders, no Goods shall be landed from         any Vessel in this port, except at the King's     Wharf at Launceston, a...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. ' Be thou as chaste as ice, asr pure as snow,   ' Thou shalt not 'scape calumny".   Sir, I Although I may be considered an illiterate man, ; as doubtless I am, hardly capable of distinguishing [ right from wrong, except* by feeling ; yet, Sir,,! hope you will allow me to fee!, and express the feel ings of holiest indil-n»tinn ivIipii rnnlMrc Ia I lit* principles both of law and nature, I am compelled to stoop under such a load of malice, calumny, and falsehood, as that heaped upon me, and my associates, in your Paper of the 30th ultimo, by a person sign ing himself ' A Towter.' He complains of some constables, ' in a state of inebriation,' having at- ! tempted to enter ihe house of Mr. Richard White- ! In ihis attempt we succeeded, so far as was necessary, I but not in a stale of inebriation, nor the semblance of HqBor upon one of us, as can be well attested. A«d for what purpose did we enter, Mr. Towter? It was not for the p...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 13 April 1825

THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1845. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen p£nce. Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in Luunceston : — Wheat, 10s. per bushel; barley, 6s. per diuo ; potatoes, 7s. per cwt ; beef, 5d. per Ib; muitoo, 5d. per Ib; pork, Qd. per Ib; butter, 3s. 6d. per Ib ; cheese, Is. 6d. per Ib ; eggs, l2s. fjd. ,' per tiozeu ; hay, £d per ton. SHIP NEWS.— On Thursday sailed from the Bar, His Majesty's colonial brig Waterloo, Mr. King horne master, in ballast, for Macquarie Harbour. She likewise conveys to that Settlement, Lieutenant Butler, the new Commandant, and a detachment of troops to relieve those doing duty there. Also, sailed His Majesty's colonial brig Prince   Leopold, Mr. Harris master, for Hobart Town, with a full cargo, comprising six tons of hay for Govern-   ment. — Passengers, Mrs. Spencer and Miss Morgan. On Saturday last, sailed from George Town, for Sydney, the ship Cumberland, Capt. Palin, having on Lieut. Colonel Cam...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

To the Editor, of the Tasmanian. j | #(» little disposed to cavil about trifles ; but wlieo_( see the advocates of a bad cause attempt ko defend a man, before his character is attacked, I always su*|-eci they have some sinister motive' in view.. 1 am aliuding, Sir, to the twu Coin^ |nuni-»tions which «pj-ear«d in }*otjr Paper of last week ; orrt* signed *' E. H. T- B. A,' the other 'Candour.' The animadversions con tained in . the Hobart Town Gazette of the 8th instarr, upon the conduct of our Coroner, were, = I conceive, very suictly meiited. The fact of a body having lain .lour days, at such a season, and in such a climate as this, before an inquest was - heid upon it, is, as di^gracefal to true Coroner as it is likely jto/ouse, the iadigricUion-af an afflicted family aad coniinisrxaMng. Public. .Why, Sir, in .less i ban four days, a man of more .delicate nerves than our Coroner (if prompted by hu manity and a desire to perform his duty) could have walked ihe distance, to say noth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

? :. '? 53£TBA.CT OF ., ^ ..... ... GOVERNMENT fe GENERAL ORDERS. ,..,'«. -Government House, Htibart Tozcn, April 14' A, .'1825. I*t* has occasioned the Lieutc:usa-t G.oyER-\ ~*oR.inucli concern that the continued Out*; rages. qt the, two Prisoners, M'Cabe and Brady/ have led to the unumeJv death of another. Set tier.. . .'. \' . '-?;, ' .-.- ?'.'.' ; ? ?;??; 11-15 HpJjQR has directed fliat a -Reward* of l*w*n ty : ii ve» Xiu i eea's ', sh'aj i be ' g i vep Tort the jAl j),-. pretoeiisjiog of *iiher, of these 'Men'v''aqp that any Prisoner, giving such Iriformatioij 'as rriay d irfctly, lead to_ .their Apprehension, sfiafi reoei ve'' a Ticjkft of Leaye, arid^ihat any Prisoner appre hentljn£ aqoV securing either of theni, jn fiddilion io the ubuvc llewara, shall receive a Conditional Pprdpn,, . .....^. -:.'.; '' - :. ? ;?; ' *$',-.'; '/V''' *P\i$j Magistrates are very pressingly desired *of c;ircul«kier tV^s' Order, and to direct -the Con* r -iUfttes to , visit all Hots of Stock keepe...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1825. The Load of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

THE TASMANIA N. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1825. Tht LiMJ oj Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. WeeVW Return nf ih* Prices ojLArticles in J,auncesHtn : — Wheat, 10s. per btranel ; barley, C-s. per diito ; potatoes, f *. per cs^f; (ifefy^ff. per lb; multo% 5dLper:,i| ;?p*-rk, P^^e^JS; butier, 3s^6d. pf r jb ; ffneete* 1*. fidK|ter&Jlu-- «£gs, fcs. ftkper tlozen ; hay, £b per ton. ! SH0K EWS^4Arriirc«C On , Tfconday 4& | tbe cutter Eclipse, Mr. Patten master, from Bass'8 ? Strsftsrwrtfe ? ^9P s^ -skins and i^-tons of-rolts - j !_«.— ? *-^ooooo^---^..^..^...'l: '-i. ? That self it thd primitive motive which go 1 v^ns (tie Histioin t-fr mankind, is but too appa ? reu't from Ibe whimsical' chanajes thai daily come, \ under ^pM^ notice, not un frequently without a due regard to the common dictates of gratitude.— ; After 'ai1 weary wanderer ihroogh the mazy paths' oft ji te, buffeted abaut by ihe winds of ai^rersity, a&d eJroost , deeprnding of ever again beholding th'e sweet ra...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE OF APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE OF APBIL15. Bering attempt at Murder and Rohbtri/.-~On Thursday evening, the 7th instant, between the hours of six arid* fight, as Captain Allison, of Sandy Bay, was seated by the fireside, sur rounded by his wife and children, the door was fV-rced ope n by three armed ruffians, with their iaces blackened, who all directed thrir muskets at his head, with the most dreadful howl, satd-— f *ld—n you ! no noiic , or we II blow your Drains m out!** Capiasn A. immediately jumped up, flew Z a*.ar-*B ttie, table that ttood between tliem, divided the tnasfceis with his arms, and seized his middle i assailant by the throat ; another of the ruffians ' iipoa ibis, renewed hi* musket, and with the hntt s eud struck Captain A. a most deadly blow on the J head, which made the bood to fly in torrents, y nnd caused him to fail on his knees ; but still he *j held. the .one he had first seized, brought him to * iUe ground, and »as in the act of stian^hng htm, 1 when the ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. jfc- 17OR SYDNEY, and will A^vR?' -*? positiveiv Sail «m Sunday | y^'W^MK ? nexf» 1Rc F'ne Fast sailing ! ^I^K^I C'l1ter ECLIPSE —This ^^Ir^aSr* Vessel having been frted up ^^9ftuJ^ySh^l as a Packet, possesses most superior Accommodations for Passengers, and room for a small. Quantity of Freight.-— Application is requested to be made iminediiiicly i-i Mr. Ri.ibky. Reibeys Whaif, April 20, 1825. ^g- |?0R HOUARTTOVVN. -H&^ The Fine Fast-sailiog J^^^gfe^ Schooner SALLY is ex ^S^MS|^^ pected at this Port in ihe ^m^^^^^ course of a few Days, and 9St^4t^^mB^mm9 \mmef]\H\e\v H-ter discharge inc her Cargo will proceed to Hobart Town — For FrHgtit, apply to Mr. Aechibald Ihom son, Cameron-street. Launceston, ?0h April, 1825. ' *^*si^ T?QR SYDNEY _ DIRECT. ^/BsiM^t aQd will posi lively SAi L ^^Rl in about 15 Days from this J^ir^MpMf D t-\ the Fme Fast sailing ^W^^^ Bni? QUEEN CHAR m3SMSS3*Q& LOTTE, Kobt. Jameson M-aitier. ' This Vcssp! having fine Accommodation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

'*-- ADVERTISEMENT. '*J ON SALE, BY MR. COBB, At the $tores of Mr. Whitchdrch, Comfrof j Brisbaoe-street, Launce^fpnf^he|^rg0«f the $bip St. tylichtfLel, cunsiftting of&Q following Ar^iqles} fiz-?^ - -, -,,^ ?^ t- ? , PINE l%jgon;teft, fifte^on skiff/diUo, sugar * * «nd cower, tobacco, cheese ; currants nut. megs, and cloves ; mustard, pepper, and salt. petre ; pickles,, stoqe iilnew starch, sperinaceei, candies, .vipega* i^i fto^les, ^arrow-ropi, brandy, rum, Port, wine in bottle and wood,, while wine, -b©t$le4-aler Slacking, «urpentjne- linseed o«V whi^e lepd^and black paint, paint brushes, 4vory -| black, nankeens of vanous coJout?r furmtuTe dim^tyj fustians, co^urpys,; «gfee«r crimson, purple, and black velvets ^ ^gfprted rtl»reads -cotton and lineo drill, gin^Uams, Btigl is h ^cbeck . ' ,4-4tbs browuiinen, 4aud9 4ths sheeting (lineo)' *ti?tji«d Jhirts, cdUon^ad *iHc umbrellas, parasols' i velvetrftmses^casBJinefe and ladies r loth of ra' ri^us colours, b ue jacketg aod ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

[?] The Cvanirymiitf f?idih€-Bead?e.---A&on time.' siuce !bhe£ or' thfe o'ladles 'of' tins Uown'iooJfc a quantity of butter away- from a countumian, be cause it was. deficient in, weight-; tan3 ^oeet^jg him m a few da v*s aft'£r jp 'u i public, hin&Qj ^tyf to h im, 4 * i ¥otrre rtifc toii'an't topt tjie t weqtj {jijq uds oi butter froin ''?' f&ol f bea^tj^jepliedj H'odge. ' i situ ^sore you are,'* says die beadle, .. ?'. 1 tell v«»u t b« akni.'f j$:jpiiietl ibV countryojaii. * -md if th^e lik'st I'Jriay tlieea ^u^iita,o«fi.-' 'I)«JMe/\ replied the beadle,, ajnd tiie,nigipney was qqicilvi^ posted. ''Now,' say* thfi^ouqtryfliHn, **. il?ou didsi take away .twenty iampsiii' bufterfffup ipe,. but i-* oh€r€4»^-4-€!efMwienty-|H-tt«^s, you'd have had do right tofake*heii; ' linll' iirii,' cdritidUetf' be, verycboljy p6i?feeiitig ih^ titideJF, ' will ^ me t\k thelbis df 'the buner.'^ ''BrigHfohVazetfe'. [ Strike the if&rt white if $ £ot-— -A. iew.'Ue'eks ago a...

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POET'S CORNER THE SHORTNESS OF LIFE. (A Fragment) [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

F OKI'S CO'R'W LU. 8— i — OfMlOO — — . tint saoarNfes!) ot* jafe. (A Fragment ) When the sun from »*»« laud^-spe retires, « To repose in I lie himnu ol titgut, *Tu a season which always inspires .A cuuteuiplaiive miud with delight* How pleasing those tiuis 10 survey,' V Thai glow miljf j^^thj&AkVj-'. ,v'''. Bui how qwcky^toi^vanvAii away^ .„ ? -— /Fhey ap^ir^u|*^ t^shfotl.toidi^p, t, TJiUb all nur'delights will hav«?, flown, - Amrifte from this fvorld shall recede ; - Oor toft&e add our ptece.fce unknown, . ' ? »? Antf'oiherVstep fo'fth to Oursiead. v ; The odptous rose* Vb the mom, - ? ?»- Its exquisit^folyige Jiipjajs ; ^ Bui, ah 1 iroin the bush when it's torn, Ut* &vn,jitdKOi$£ya$&4eva$*l ' S6%e fci '^ttto^jiiftf bloomr* '* '' , , &r m/0K-Qray -de1 active- ?iid gay ; Bu t, a iaa ! at \ he sdrrow rot t- iib to, ' f WdWri^e'ktthedtosfeo/^^flfffy/ ! ' Tto v^hy ^luld ,we foolisihjjt was^e ? ... Tlie period allotted us here; , ,, ' ^ Regard k s...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 20 April 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian Sir, The letter of your Correspondent, 'A Free   Constable',now before me, and I am almost     unwilling to take up any portion of your Paper by replying to such a tirade of nonsense ; but that I am not at all disposed to allow his issue   of falsehoods. which can be so easily refuted, to pass without being contradicted. I should never, Mr. Editor, have ventured to offer to the notice of the Public the sentiments contained in my letter of 30th ultimo, but from a positive conviction, and the assurances of most of the party present, that they were perfectly true. And first let me observe, that my letter contained no complaint. I merely called upon the parties, who had suffered the outrage, to resist it ; and it is now within my knowledge that one of the party (a very respectable merchant of' Launceston   who perhaps suffered most from the abuse and blackguardism of the men), did apply to, &...

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ROBERT BURNS Zeehan & LORD BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 27 April 1825

ROB&ltT UUR^J WRDBrRON. [FEiiHiTHB LONDON MAGAZINE OF AUG. 1824 ]} ,; I have -seen Robert Burns bid in his grave, and } have fceeu Geotge Gordon Byron borne to his : pf boih 1 wisli to s|)i-iik. mid my words stall be spoke« Yr-lh JiotieMy and freedom. One was a peasant, and ' &Jie oilier was « fver ; but Nature is a gnat leveller, ?ud tnakes amends fur tiie injuries, of fortune bv the raised iiim to ji^ltiveliwiitf VJie'iiobjeB^of Uie Ufad ; by luviure, ii^nq(||v'|»mli.'*|ifr«^|[tlie'^eei^f. iqjfg'on.C* I knew ohv, am! J?li4ve-jf©eiKt-ot{i ;% I.ha'fe/hf^tep^d t-- words trout Jheir lipa* and admitcd tiie labours ojf tiieir {-?ils,'4n-J J mn now, and likely to rera.titi, uudrr t'^jMytfueiue of i licit m-tgie songs. _ Tlujf ro^ejiy *he loice of their genius, -a5i-i lit^y feM by the sjreifgtlrof tb£ir,|-as$i-*ns.; oof wrote froni a love, and the -other fii.m a sroih, of rninViiiG ;' and they both sang of, the . eiuuiiDU^ ul ihtu own hearts With a vehemence and «H orrgiif...

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 27 April 1825

ABVSRTf SEM ENTS. TO he Deposed of, Wholes ile and Retail, Uic CARGO of the Cutter SPEEDWELL, which is just Imported by Mr. Williams, And b tng opened at the Stores of Mf. Birrkli., --eor«-et*U'e'et ^consisting of the following AR TICLES which will be Sold, on ihe most r«-«iS'Miable Terms, for Cash, and all descriptions of Colonial Produce-; viz.— Fine flavored Cog nat 'Branrfy and Hollands, duty paid ; red winV, negrdhead tobacco, white vinegar, cotton shirts, ladies shoes, handkerchiefs assorted, fancy ditto, shawls of various descriptions, cotton* boxes, line English prints and calicoes, stationery, bedecking* chamber utensils in sets, dinner services, -|tiart basons, cups and saucers, tea-pois, befit and common tumblers, goblets and wine stages, quart and pint decanters to match, Dur ham mustard, Argyleshnr* cheese, bitters, pickies assorted, bouted blacking, English starch, paint oil, tttrpeotm« in jars, white lead, black paint, green ditto, stock- keepers' * boots and shots, s...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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