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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

Wor London 'Direct « -*r. having the greutept pa^tof het cargo engaged, -*U sail pesttively'in a^few days; -^'--~lf«r^x^iiiinpd^teiw^fer^a^e«ge ? superior. - 1 — r^#r*'fff eight «rPassa£«vapply to '^ WM. WatKlNSHAW, Agent. * Aaonceston, M i W¥i HE Undersigned is authorised to a3 -*- vaoce., at moderate inters, on ap ; prowl reaTS-n»r.ity, hums of MONi^Y , frpin .^100 jind upw.afds.-^t'he time for w huh lie Motipy* / Will JbCleHt* will l»e(if possible), made Jfagreeable . sto the parties. »|-p^ kjg. -----;?-?--. ^ v August 22nd, 1831i, : Five Pounds Reward. CJT RAYED from Lieutenant Thompson's ^^ ftirm» J^°^ta' ?firttergod*s Pl^nsj— A Dark Uff MARE in foal, rising four years old, 'with a white etreait down hei^for^heai, and near ?hind^odt%Jiitie^ ^TliislsHie same Marie that Vas advertised some short time %g« -In the^iNDE p£ND£*rr,'* and for which a reward m as offered, ?and paid to fcMr. EmVAuo :'f rbnch,,. in ' Whose ^fetf doiHt^«^«8^diiffl& ^ her*by offer * reward of TWO PO...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

To G0RRESPOND_Nts.— It would 1» ^eoritfary |o^ ; our principles to ^ve insertion ito^UeiieUer^w^!

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HABART TOWN GAZETTE SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

' -UOB-A-&T TOWN GAiZErtEt Saturday, AUGpjST-JO. NOTICES.— His ExceHency. the .Lieutenant Governor is pleased . to direct that the following Notice of the ge neral objects of ai proposed Act w^ich is about to be laid before the Legislative ' Cduneil, to be. intituled.' An Act for the effectual Adiainititni tioa of Justice in the Supreme Court of Van Dieinen s Land,' . be published for general informaf ion :—' ? _^ ExiKACT. — The Act recites tbe lseue br His Maiest* ofaNtir . Charter, whereby the Supreme Court is appointed to consist of Two Jodees ; but no other appoint mrnt. excepting of the said^¥4gls. .And in order 4o facjlitate the dr^jpatch of liusi-' ness, the Act provides that bp.th Judges maj try issuee, and ? ? dischai!g^.»li other rtheirjaaicial/diitits, separately. It v hereby notified, that the old fo«d at NorfollcTlains . extend ing from Bramby's Punt to the eBtetc of thu V«n Diemen s Land. Establishment,. and passing Me. Anthers land, the Parsonage. ? &c...

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SYDNEY, AUGUST 6, 1831. FROM THE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

, 4SYDNEV, AUGUfii 6- law. V FROM, THE itoSlfpte'^ ^igh|tWJieat -djr^r|i^per ^ twhebot 604tMt ^ I 0 gest healfy clean brigUt d»HV per ditto;, . ff -.,e ? -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

^ £ounty of ik*rttw*ll/lo i^^riii^ t|iat, i«. ^ addition 'iii ih-1r fprmer ^??q(I&, they are now _J landing froih tife-ygKA'^'^i*-'^.R^^SSSllT-?'!- tteti&tve ami ftajj^rior assortment ? of -GOQ©S, ?**« gj served :by tiie West ^ivals^frpfii^nsiani, U- which tihey re^&tfull£4ftiite public aUefttioiv.; jnrJirtiing-- ...' / r^^.. — . i. .*,. ~ Plain aad^gtired Bo Wiin ffetts:andi$uifltngs ? fflalifcanfr%nf& Bobbin ^sJami iatteffippets^ J ffoiH^ourtMpd^^n^»^C^pe -:- } flBlack Silk Jiiid Cotton Velvets # , -, ailick and Colored bilk sflandkerchwfs— in great t — choice Turkey vHed and fashion^bly-prioifid Cotton -ditto IiHl, Cotton, and Worsted Shawls v. ????.?? i Siik, Cottow^^tf Worsted Stocktons , -?^?: Xar€««^^rt4na«iit^^toy*f-^Vw^rtPtlO(Ils Ladiw^nd ^^iUr^i^^BaniktafilerTpewn^Straw ana Le«hi»M» HATS and BONNETS ? A IB'ack *nd 43©lernl Mefinos^in4*toffa — — ? IfoMwn an^ Biiick Hollands I jbi * ai*ii YHicw Na«k«-f us . I SlsijxijMSS^heetirigs, and Chedks ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, AUGUST 22d, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

SHIPPING I^TEXLIGElicEw XAUNCESTpN, AUGUST 22d, 1831. Vesseis remainiag in Ihe river— Thomas Lanriei Waterloo, , bprqne Nimrody brigs IgabeHa and Celia, schooners Friendship -and FaTeweH. ( ^ JimAMffpWN9Aia^$St -4Q, 1831. On Monday, the ship Sure*, fit. Sacre, Com raander, for Sydney, with part of her import car^o, and 738 bushels of wheat, 3 tons -of pota toes, 5 cases and 3 bales haberdashery, slops and canvas, from this port. ? On Wednesday^ the barque J-uckei4Fiel«, |Capt, Riddelt, fr^ai; Sydney, t|ie,;f^ Jnst^-P*sr sengers, Mr. Rand, Mr. J. C. Ma^qiMjaH, Mr. firennand, Mrs. FitzgeraJd and child, Mr. and Mrs, Mose?, and £ children, Messrs. flower, Clare, Barrowcm^e, Colmy^ and August. ? .-? ; r , On Thursday* tb* barque 4- rum more, Captain Petrie, from the Mauritius, 3d July, with a cargo of go g^r* tobacco, and -other goods^^^assengers, A.Jfraflkiand, fisq. J. T, SJoane, Esq., Mr. Green, Mr. Carey. ;. -. . ??? ? ?- ? -. '. - \ ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

J\. * This 'is pbvj(Mi8jy g wraely-difl^rent view of the.**** t&'whtt *#^a^*di-y wreit^ateiraiiBJto tie :woTia except x;oU-tt«r Bayies.— It is. webelifeve, uuiverfiaUj agreed that the certainty ijot tbe se ytf/ttitj ©f jponiBboisatis Ui«fre»test prevention of cri|ne. '

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CRIMINAL PUNISHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

CRIMINAL l'U!iflSdli«NTS. Amqm© ^ jg«r^»er tai^6pfli^M*t*d to; ; ~ try^oTita^niTpiree^of workingthe-tttjury ofHharo sdittant Colonies, there are few which treWre ^ross and utterly unfounded, than the assertions frequently made, that transportation titb^it^i^OL /far from being a punishment to crimiaafo— B r-j- Jpinw-jmch^^n, idt-a could possibly have been en Pertained for a moment, by one who has resided in either of the Colonies, w roost extraordinary. Tfet Mr. Cunningham, a iimu who must hate ob served tbf? coaroe food— the hard labor— the rigid discipline— and severe punishment of prisoners In the Peniientiftries of Sydney— who cannot fail lo htrve heard the melancholy clacking of faun ?dregs of cfeain*-*the frightful Stripes of the~caH-^ ?nine-tails, and the dismal cries of the sufferer, « very day of his residence in New South Wales,^ -aavit. jtMtnnar ntkftr ibincm. thai 'receivers of -Stolen goods may be seen riding in their carriage^ mill lit-9iy *er*«ftffe' Thjf is unblushfag...

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EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

EMIGRATION. ^ifijhjs question is one wherein the interests of tfe&loiiles is considerably involved, we have4o_ t ^yfere^iir readers the substance of the debate -which took place-Jo the Hous* of Commons, on the 22d of February. -aJLait the ho»«« w« awe ihaUhere^ae , a jfeBciencv of employment id proporuu.. «- «?? emVratioo. The expense that might be incurred Tnd two-thirds orthe rate payers would be em ^oWd to impose the rate. The persons wishing ^^grifc-Wal^eiiitbTdpd^hat^ppor^m^ W supply the want at laborers which ^isted.n our colonies, by relieving ih«. poor of Ireland *nd this cointrv.' Oj»e of the provisions of the till would be, ihat the pauper thus suit to the ?^ Us, should give up any future claini I to. -sup. oort on the parish at whose expense he should IS VS. It would b« in* duty of the commis SbM not only to s«o-d the pauper there, but to provide him withemployme.it By the gr^egj — irveTiH^«i^^«-GottmJUe^Jt^^e^jM|25 £™r w.s the amount of expense «ncS^»» «arh paris...

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THE CANADIAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

\ , THE CASPIAN TRADE. Itf our last weejt's article we alluded to the 4indue preference w h ich ? has a I way s been ? shewn to the Canadas above every other Cojouy-of_the British Empire; and in the ^course of the obser vations stated that the protection afforded to the Timber trade »f „ those provinces, was injurious - ^tothe^comniercial interests of the mother country i *nglai)d. Since that article was written we have yerused some very interesting debates on the sub ject of tunber duties, in which the very point9' .we alluded to are fully confirmed, . . . 'TheCnANCEixon of the Exchequer said that Svtien he .first proposed .the alteration in the tim« Mr duiiis, ine^lricrfb^ thfe piii^os^ «f gettirtg an increase of revenue without pressing tfpon the (tepple. His proposition would also, in .his opinion, ea'd to 1ft better fed mmerctal^^ani;ei^nt *f l^e timber trade. ' . He was t» war*, however, - that 4rt. certain quarters. He coiiteiidea that toe capital il.a(hadbFen^mpleyf^inthis^r...

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HORRIBLE CONFESSION OF BROUGHTON, THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

HORRIBLE CONFESSION OF BROUGHTON, THE MURDElVEll. This unhappy man7 whose life paidthe forfeit of his crimes on the 5th of this month, rt^obart Town, made a dyW statement previous to his execution, which is calculated to fill the mind with horror. We give this confession in order that it may go home to our correspondents per Laurie. The following is abridged trom me i*- loniai. Times, which contains the fullest account we have fread r ? ;_ ? ' J ~': -. - 'According to Broughton's account, his eariy davs were spe°nt in dissipation. At U years old, t had i ran away fromhis parents, plundering Ihem of every thing he could carry off; he asso dated ^wlll ^amenV loose ^character, andwasa constant attendant at |he Jairs and races rhe pro cured bis imiintenance by a continued cotirse of wU* thieving, and in maturer year* became a, &ay robber, .using ^eneralU yblence^ _In l&S, he received sentence of death, Tdrtouse breaking, and served twpyears in Guild ford iGaol m w« kdrtl...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 August 1831

MISCELLANEA. Dr. Ruppell, an enterprising inhabitant of Frankfort, has set out to explore Northern Africa, determining to devote his whole private fortune to the object, upon the sole condition of receiving, should he return, an annuity of 1001; from     his native town. Regimental Library.— Six days pay have been subscribed by the officers and soldiers of the 42nd Highlanders, for the formation of a regimental library. It is to be under the management   of three sergeants, two corporals and one     out of every ten privates who may subscribe for its continuance. Five hundred volumes have been procured, and two hundred volumes are ordered in addition. The subscribers amount to £224 each paying six pence a month. A great many donations have been made, and the beneficial tendency of this measure is too obvious to require illus   tration. The Regiment is stationed at Gibraltar. The measure is worthy the imita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

-_=?— ? Ht»sax. ? .._._?? ?'** :; iH ' \? lUTher lir for .v¥idTt^ Money August 22nd, 1831. ~ ' — Five Pounds Reward. - 4B'T R A T BO irom Lieutenant f howpsouTs *5 farm, Rosetta, Patterson's Plains, -A Dark BaV AUftE!' f-«U 'Sw-X four vWTjS old, hMfooUwhlt*. ThWisAeMBe.MareAjtt*' £ STMiioeBlfld for to purpose of extorting a jrewacd. J# H R8iBB¥. LMnceetonV August 22nd, 1831. tfNDER SHERIFF'S OFFiCE, _ La*mceston, August ISth, 1831. ? in the Supreme Court. . ? l^rne «.V -Carlin Wm Cunningham. Rt»cr, 17«GHT Wei*iogBttHoclK,Bows,Xofee J-J and -chains, l-ta»,prf^''?* ?SSL* -oless this execution be prewoasl satisfied. IMPOUNDED, corner of Mr. Field's side line, c ^iwhitrBull, brand not legible, tip off tl nTba*I^^S^»-randnotle«ible,«ot lBlio1Sw Cow, branded H or M, « wW ?trLk dlwn iie tVo fore siiouiders, and a *h| Itr^k dSwn foreheaa, white on her MimP, wi a bfifer risTng ft years, forebead *bit*, - ? ^4psew«als^«4i«Maiin^n^|d^e» withta the tune allowed by law, Jb*« will g* liml S tbe ....

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POETRY. A SONG FOR OUR FATHER-LAND! [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

— ,...;. POETRY. .-...A SONO FOR OVB FATHEIt-r.AND1. .ituRfTMi^ferVs a TieaTtlVTo The^iaiKi, Brave brother?, wherein we were born ! — -- Here's a health to the friendHhat we love ! Letrti* drink unfo all, *' Who help us or laek us, From rtlic^tiil|i~auTaT;1)CpwrTii|inV '.' To Ceres and Bacchus,- ..;..__?__., ? And lo^PLenty (thrice o'erj) not forgetting her honi ! Hero's a health to the Sun in the sky,— _To the corn,-— to the fruit in the ground, — To tbp fish,— to the hrnte,— to the-Jnrii,^ ._ To the vine, may it spread and abound ! ._...-. Tojjood /fellows and .M»*Jida,__ ? Wfao.n we love or who love us, Far off us, or near us, - Below us, -above us ; For a friend is a jewel wherever 'tis found. Here's a curse on the. times that are past ! Were they better— but now therV no more. Here's to alf that is go^rf— may it last ! Here's a health to The Futuku— thrice o'er I May the Hope that we look^upon Never deceive us ! May the Spirit of Good Never fail us or leave us, But stand up lik...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

? M^*e-&ttA-NfiA, ? Atrocious €ha««e of^Ruei.t*.— The Iuf»f of Liverpool, Thoe. Hevtitt, mas(er, from Buenos Ay res,, bound to Liverpool, was jr^as«jd4c4-in qnEtrantine iiew days since, which «he had Imm?h piatsed under in -couseq«ence«fHtifirdeath of thr*£_ iriMner-^rew^- anfl^othifr circufltttajices__oX illness in the other part thereof. The master was imme diately taken into custody bv the Water-Bailiff, and broiight be^^rfL^obe«son^*8Giooe=^of his majesty's jasticeJi^Jdiieipeai^Jit the county ?of F«mbro£e'r-fojr examination* ' The remaining ^wiiofLJiie crew, consisting of four' men, some o. -whomHt»or« se*ere marks of Kageliatibri~l-y tlie cat-o^-niiie-taiis, were brought toiward and ex amined. Their evidence went to show that Ko- bert flwitt, late one of the crew of ihe sai- Vessei, 1iad~ T^^wcd -tlirew, uozen lashejs oii_Jb^ DHrk, in orje day, the «ext day, ihree dozen more^ the^Friday after, five dozen, besides other beatings and kicking*, inflicted by the said m»h te...

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THE GARDEN. SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

THE GARDEN* - [From Cobbett's JEnglish Garnener/] __ - SITUATION. ~^ ~~ If one could have what one wished, in point of situation, from the wall on the north side of the -ga^eflv^ftner^^ittle flat of about A j'udTwidevjpn^ would have a gentle slope towards the South {iXorthin Van- -DfttarfenV Land] about thirty feet in wiillJi^.-Iii£. remainder of the ground, tollie wVill on the soutli side— of theiiarden,-one-wou4d^ave ~on a true level. The 'gentle slbpe'c6iit'ril)uTe's to ^»arly -production ;. and though ft, is atlendert witji the liictin vejilence of washing, that inconvenience is much more than made jip.±ror_by_th.e~aQVjj*--'-*i$;*? . attendijjjtJthe circuwisiance jpl surliness. 1 recol* ? ^ iect the ancient kitchen-garden,, wjiich had, tieen J hat oi^ihv mqiijih, at Wav».«rley Abbey. It lay iaii to the south, j-f course; it had a high hill to 'h^ back of it^liiid thai hlli^qvered'wilh pretty ^iorty -trees. This was the finest situation tor^ lfein-«e.n -garden that 1 ev*»i- saw. ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— The casua 1 glance wlmtn trave^nreniat Assigned Servants, leads me to the consideration of one or two more trifles connected with that UnTortunat«»-ete$s. — ItdsJjn^Jnav^opiiiioa the duty of every master of a TTalpTIjijrsnTOirto liisservantSjre^'^^'b '' a moral p'int-of-view^r Now there are two features connected with the discipline of the crown prisoners, which appear to me calculated to work infinite mischief: and to 1 1 re vent in a great measure the reclamation of the men. These are in the first place, the Sun day muster in the interior; audio the next place, the great obstacles' whit h are made to marrying among prisoners. I have,, during a .residence in thp interior, frequently 'been an eye-witness to thf demoralizing effects tff the Sunday musters. On that plea the men leave their1 master's farms, they gef congregated together, whereby the good become corrupted by an undesirable communica tion with |1;«» b^ad, i»jpcl the bad are made worse than rlu«y othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

MAMMAL A SSJJMJW&jC J3flP AN¥y _ ?COMPOSE© iTF . -V-T-' .''-.?-' --11Z ? &QM& 05F THE MOST KKSi'flCTAttLE AND ; ? * ' op M ft IV SO Uivfl W iA I E S, T~ HE following (^nltaeri w^r^toiejL, Directors suad Auditors, at a -fleeting »«H-J at the rrsiuYnc* of Bobkrt -}amwi»l, Jim. .Esq., S^duey vonfW«4»?sday^e A7iit Jtoue4asi :-? .__ ? — ©jn^eTOBs— : Ifessrs. li. Campbexl, Junr. 1JKTnnT5u7v-7 ' SLAMP-t— - - ?.. ~~'~Measri,~ ?Me LAAtcjf, Terhy, ?Walker, '*W A III; ELL, ~;v-Vk^:1LW0JITH. .« ; Me»6rs^ Gardinkh, MoNTiiFipftE, and Ryder. 'THOffflASSIttiTH-Secretaiy, J^i ^ ? ^^tke^iimiallSMlliiJBrpthers,) THE 13NDEttSI^NE£ beg* to^otjfyipJUeJEwW. lie that ae has tocen appointed A-£EKT to tUe above.. 1« valuable institution, *t LA*3W€|£STON ;. aiicl ': herewitli. annexes aSca&of Premiums for tlieinior-i rnattooi'. the Public. T\' ?..'?'? ' ? ? ; uwuxiAire, 1 .A^eia to'llie Gomp4nv. L»unce£ton, :_ — i_l_f_ ? ___ ? ; ? £— -S9rfl'Augu8tv:I3Sl. - .,.? freeof War Riak....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

To -CORRBSPONDENTS^— ' Rusticus' has been re ceived. ' Perdrijt*1 will not he inserted. ** No -Joke' would expose us to an ^ex-officio,* which we think - no jbke/ .

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 August 1831

HOfi^f TOWN-JAffiT'CE, '' ' 1B| bis E*c*Ifenc»l Colonel d»»oK ARtaftR. LitutcDBnt* A PROCLAMVi'IpN— By t^8 Proelfmation tbf LieatenantGt ? T*riior^6«JnttitlJaVfr6Hi'-*naaftfcrth^lstd»ypr September *fleirt» thelfttel|r;ereoted««j^y(Uoy situate in th# town ^ Laun c«st-m. ^nf besides of tbe.jCa^artct HiUt there, nurUi. of tbe Catholic Bdnat Ctrottbd. sliatt 6e lie public Tt!atu^t*P4ioas6T' for«it «liy*jHlig A«l*in-of eliw^. pi«. ?»* -cattle. Sa and if-jr ; till saf^^ ^^#^*{tpoi of which a|l ^rsons cod cf rped aMj^^^i^'d to talu^ uojtiba.— -Givvn &c..thi8 18tU day of KOtlC^^foilowi^ ActrX7ani.niifr^ ; to, he Inifl Wfoir ? tfacrLeWiUtive tJouncII. w%h meetf on Wfednfeediiy next ;— ?? ilft'** tdpre**tt*l»il^ Warrants ottetorntfP . ** AnA«tTpr&opfiimt«oeitai^nt-iBanddi»tiet, ?ters «f Ilej^iatbii to.Aliebs4r !f ? An Act for**t«ndiiif to the ? €olp|p A^pKt ^f^diaiaent^aetM in the first rear of his - . prtseniimj^ljmMaum^Tntaone Act ill each forgeries at «hRll*«^enfcforlh 45b#...

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