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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 September 1831

INQUEST. Before,— W. Lyttleton, Esq. Coroner;— Jurors:     Capt. Ritchie (Foreman), Capt. Kyle, Messrs.     A. Beveridge, Cameron, H. Dowling, H. C. Gunn, James Robertson, Robson, Sher- win, Wales, Westbrook, and Wilson. The Jury having been sworn, proceeded to view the bodies, which were lying at the Wharf, after which a warrant for interment having been grant- ed, the following witnesses were called :— George Warren sworn. — 1 am a prisoner of the crown, and a constable at George Town* On Monday the 12th, 1 accompanied two native wo- j men and M'Kay, a constable belonging to Mi. Hobinson's party, to . look for the bodies ; the women took us into the bush about two miles, whenLjhey stoj^jeiliind be^aJi404:ry,andpoint ed in the direction where we found the body of Mr. Parker; he was lying wi-his-back, with liis head against the root of a tree ; I went up to the body and looked at it, but did not touch it : he had no hat, neckcloth,...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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MEMOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

-^MfiMOiilS. Earl Grey. — The family of Grey, or De groy, has been lon-; settled, in the north of. England, and manors hstve appertained to it in the county* of Nqrthuuiherlaiid, from the' period of the C6n iyuest unto tlie present day. It originally came, a-» the iwime importsT Iroro- the.cojitinent.; and jike other Norman scions following the. fortunes uf William, became eiigrat'ted ' on an ^ng^ish stork. It is supposed. the Greys took part. with William III. at the.; U evolution ; but it a ppe.ars pretty plain-t-hat-they. were. . whig s_m the r**ign of George II., as one of them served the oiEee of High Sheriff in 1736, and that Monarch was leux'd to bestow a patent of baronetage upon him, January 11, 1746 : the younger branch has h^en ennobled durinjj the lat** rei»n. The head of this family was created Baron Grey, of Werke, ? by James II. ; and Hie ancestor of Lord Tanker vilif, by a marriage with a daughter of this family, obtained an Earldom. ? t Lord Grey de Howick,the fathe...

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NEW LICENSES IN CORNWALL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

NeVT.ICENSES IN CORNWALL. Birrell, pavid, Tamar ^ Carolan, Patrick, Springs Dah-y, Timotliy^DrtriaSsk .....1 Gibson, Thorn as Lenox , Badenoch ffTpftdlain, John, Viatquarie ' ° &«an|!y,4Hichaipd,^tertli(:-J,' *....; Me Donald, RoderfCk, South Esk r I' arkiuhon, George, Nor folt^'lKms , IVck, Je'rem'uih, Paterson's Plains Roseyear, Williuin, Cimitiere lJoint, Tamar . Stiiiih, William, Tumar Thomas, John Grticim^r, ^pot^^Towh Waddle^ Alexander, Nor'olk Plaios7~' White, John, Epping Ftirest— -'''' VVhitehead, Jam-s?' Wes'ihury. ?

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, SEPT. 26, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

MONDAX, SEPT. SO, 1831. THE N«w tand Regulatiois would have ] c?De. T ! _.:'-u ...4n.« irrPAt indtioeinents, cies, mat-cu »hm ? .* ? Ul.janfpms. I to *C//K»y in tl.e*e p«u, «he ' -ld';of «''. I oration 'has been flowio* m » very oppo E7reeU,,n-.o more .P™»W|M^{ tit ntfw Land ftegflattoas -wW «otbe vety tat -we have :.bS thinking ^gf Thp mihieot and we ao «u». ^^- '', . n £rS '.-3-ous effects to the ?*£. , , tesulting from them; thoagh w6^^* bars to the future advancement o/, tte SUS The Cotoay indeed is noMPjured by th&e regulations, so much ««£??£* hv a swsienh of which they form but a pan, SivisT I? B.UUU Minister., exdaSively for British purposes. - ' ' vj I Th° Land' Regulations wilr-tm*-lw»-WH effect of making five or six hnndwdpoor Sants in contemplation, ' g.ve up the 2K' whom we coulS welcome yearly w|A exceeding ioV t^farihfr^ww-wr^yH cC whi Lntemplate voyeging taAer, \Smt ™ -thi r^eTU^IHhey^he effect of stopping th« few 'wen of ^apital who take it into tUrM* l° r$f...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

SYDNEY. _^ . Jfcttte on Saturday ; we received our ifiles of -Sydney Jouxnals^wUh the exception of the Syd ney txafeette,) to the 10th inst., by tKe shipKiiNS. Weadopr our usual plan of making extracts ; ^j*^lficb from the present dearth of ** news ' *ar« '^endeteii^oTitFiynnteresting^ ? Fkom the Monitor. ? -A1^^^i4iv|jitMUi-liii*_yniMig-»r pf Biigh»StrPgtj^wJTjO_ left Van Dieintn's Land Tor the Mauritius with ' -6,CC0 'bushels of wheat, and arrived there in JMay, sold -it 'tor 8s. 4fd. per bushel. Wheat we \ begin iothiuk will be alien shillings in six weeks hencie, for a great deal of the V. D. Land expor ? tat ions bf this article will now go to the I?,Ie ol France, and every day proves that the stock ol _^gond wheat inflow Sflfrth Wales is not ahundan t. ? : . ,_i_ — The-serAwntS-attacheri 1 o t h eJ^sl_iiflice_De|)art.-_ it»ei»t, turned oat on Monday last, with new unw iibrnW, in honour of the King's hi ith-day. -*Last week a selection of hnd, 200 miles and upwards from the cap...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

? HOBABT TO^N, ^ ^ . i. 5 : 3 Wheat, ? » ? * 'V 5 ; 0 Barley, » ? *~ ?* ? 5 ; 0 Oats, ? -...?????????? — —

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

THE GARDEN. ? FflWrtl-COllBEW^ ENGLISH-fiAUDENER.] Hotbeds ani- GREEN-Housts.-Thus is the hed ready foT-tfre Teceivinfr«l seeds .or plants-: thus is-lire hotted nrmiTi*: these are the generaHn- 1 structions for the making of hotbeds, which are to be of different heights, of different strength, and managed subsequently In a different «-««»«7; according to the nature of the diflerent plants to be cultivated in them, and according to the sea son of the year, when the sowing, planting, and cultivation is to take place. Cucumbers and me lons, are. in England, the principal things lor the rear ng of which hot-beds are usually made : there ate, however, several other th^pgs ^.n^re forced forward by the means ©pot-beds ; and, in the treating of cucumbers and melons, i and i of those other sorts of garden plants which are raised \n hot-beds, 1 shall, under the names of 5£ 'several ^plantsVin Ae alphabetical ist, give I direction for the management of the hot-beds in which they are placed. A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

TASMANIA!? SOCIETY, FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. ON the Evening^if Tuesday next, a Lee ~Tule~^vitr~be dt- I jvered-in— the— Public — School-room, Cameron-^t'ept, sh^winii the ad vantages «»f a general knowledge ot HISTORY, explanatory of the M)LAK -TSTfiM. To com mence at half-past seven o'clock. After the Lecture several new members will be balloted for. ~ ? ? ._ ? THOS. H,^W1LLSQN? ? Secretary. — Lau«eest-m^ ? :^— '- ? 24th September, 1331. WANTED, by the Underlined— TKA MS, to convey a large quantity of Mimosa Bark fioni Crt^ss), 00 th** Lukf Uiver, to Launceston, duiing th^ months of November, and December. Per-oits willing to undertake the same, Hill hear particulars on applica ion to Mr. WiLLi A ms, or Mr. WalRinsiiaw, Lauucesion. The Undersigned would not object to lend the use of one or two waggons or «ir4«, for4he con veyance of the Bark, on terms to be ag teed upon. L. BEAUVA1S, Attorney V. D. L. Establishment. . Cressy, Septr. 24th, 1831. T. COWL & W. TY...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

p^lCB OF GRMN, '_ ? tAUNCESTOK- _. .. - Wheat, ,;?, ? — ? : % _ o : 0 Barley, ? *???- 5 . 0 _ 0 : 0 FloH?%ij peV iwt.' ibi-Wto (seconds) Us, Floar, ^oesv ^eal- l4s# per cwt. .

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

TO THE EDITOR. Str.-Unaccu9tomed as I am to write anything fcr the public eye, I cannot resist my present 10 ShiSvoS to call your attention to the powerful SSVhich theWtisn dover^nt is m*kmg Si these Colonies by ^^ lopping Jiff -ooeat ^a time WTy assistance tieretofota **-**£* ^ar^! mrA*Lr rnnnirv. with a tiew doubtless- to drive S to sopportVot onlrour Civil Bstabl shmew, Sit the cSSvict potation of Great*«tain, h^oin III own intern^ resources. This iMoxlearly the #^'of Mintsters, that I am surprised 7«o^01 Stf not generally^ftare the Dbwoiog-stree tfentle-J She subiect. The sale of la»ds regulation, the ^^lwS^iibllo4V4)rte^giilatiPn, the^rdiBrsJ riK^e qutt-retit tax, whic^Funde^andi WWe been received, and the reduction in the SkSendiWre Regulation, are but so many steps I 1XS 'iT entire privation of all and sipguUr «tfP aids and assistances heretofore graowu us ??. ShBfd2?ationr of tlie Value of our trade in Wool, Sl Bark' &c.; and of the support of the prison Ss' «Mt !Vom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

*W*tot MILCH COWS«»H be Brisbane Street. ? I September 28th, 1831, ^ ' GENERAL POST OFFICE. Launceston, 25th Septr., 1831.] A Xapt RaX,-1 be made upon -Wednesday, the 5th P£x^iGHTB, postmaster. iaahceatoil, «ept. 26. Colonial Secretary^ Office, Septr. 21, lo3L. THE Master of tire National School, at ?Lttffin^iinn-, having resigned ius stt«ia tionit»yPTSon desirous of succeedw^lhTrel«, i'rSSS toih^T Dr. Browne, Chaplain at U.n cStoti, on or before th-* 30th instant. By Commaiid of the Lieutenant Governor, %AHTEU SESSIONS, LAUyCESTOK. ~T TfcTOTICE is hereby ffivfn, that the Gene- 1 H ral Quarter Sevens of the P«ace for th, Disnict of .U««f«to', will be h«ld at ihj roort-hon^ at Launceston, on Monday, the 3.-1 1 SayoiOcto^r next, «n which day all person, under rrco-nis »nc* to a^p-ar to prosecute, or ihttaEwj o,h,rW.n,ss to transact, are «*? Squired to ^ive their attendance. | M. KENNEDY, Clerk of the Peace. Septr. 47ih,-lSSU ? _:_- ? ^_ ? IM-T-0 UN D E D at the Public Pound, Prosperou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

MISCELLANEA. HAWKitfG.-tJndeT the date of Marcti 3, 1-793, 4here-is-^-cojnm4inJ'»ti»n in the Gentleman s Magazine, from which, and from tj previous ac- ? count, it appears that in the preceding ^ptember^ several newspapers contained -a paragraph, statmg that a hawk had been found at the Cape of Good ' Hope, and brought from thence bj/n'1 ine ; India ships, having Dfi its necit a gold collar, on which w*re engraven the following Wojl4^i_ ?' This goodlie hawk doth belong to to is most ex -CPHeutTnTijP5tie,^am^-,-kiflg-o*^fi»^aud._^JL_ 1610.' -4n a curious manuscript, .containing re marks and observations on the migration of-birds, and their flying to distant region&Js t*i- »«-.»0?lnff passage, relating, it is presumably to this Dird-: --' Arrd here I «all to mind a story of om Anthony Weldon, in his Court and Character ot King James; « The king,' saith he,* dehght^d much to fly his goshawk at herons; and the manner of the conflict was this^ the heron woold arount, and and the ...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

-g^T0RDAY SUPTEWBE It 24.— bella. SSTyoiidfeid ; William Kingrtw M« wootnan.

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SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER the 10th, 1831. FROM TEE MONITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER theWh, 1831. FROM TEE MONITOR. g ^ Brklit heavy ditto, (V.l-.^- ol A fe\J______

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SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ? [Pnnw TH& TAflffANTANV^__ ? The Council, upon its assembling, was compo sed of the foHowing members-:— HTs Excellency Lieutenant ?Governor. Arthur, Mr. Secretary Bur nett, The Chief Justice Fedder, The Colonial Treasurer Thomas, The Attorney General Montagu, The CollectorTTlerral, The senior efc«phri!HBt?d^ ford, MrT~Baiuiltou, Mi. Ai'€kec,-Mfc&mt and Mr.. Willis. The code of regulations prepared by the Attorney General for the future government of the proceedings of the Council, was refered to the the following Committee J— The Chief Justice, Mr. Burnett, Mr. Montagu, {A. G.) Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Archery and Mr. Cox. The Committee sat every day at 12, until the meeting of. the Council ^^^f^??^3FfiB&y2d^mt^tra^^ to the Council. Mr. Hamilton seconded the mo tion. Mr. Burnett supported it. The principle -which Mr. Cox proposed, was, that each member should have a ticket for the admission of one per son. Mr* Montagu was for the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. IAUNCBSTON, SEPTEMBER 2«th, 1831. ARRIVED. _ . , . . On the Mth, the shi|- KitNS, Captom -moowjp, *mb flvdwv. e»rg«--l 'we of books, Stewart j S2Mto«tar; Boye* »nd order ; 8 bilJ* leMher senders, - ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

* ' mmmmmmmm ? For Sydney. M: the whofe of ier ear^* eog^ged* tbe For Freight or Passage, apply to WM. WALK1NSHAW, Agent. September 5th, 1831. For Sydney* flTOETn^'^^7^!^^^^ ^iriru^^fl^trfeurttten^OO tons, James PXr,cTMC^o CrnniOTiujteTj- w i 1 1 1 -» a v* flobart-Tow-n . for this Hart in fourteen days, and take in cargo for Sydney, atfoVding an excellent opportunity to parties desirous of getting goods round* For. Freight or Passage, apply to ? ? ? _WM^W A LTCINSH A W; Agent. ' September 5th, 1831. ^AL^BF AITCTION. flY^Tf. RvGH^RD WHIT*, AC the STORES in Charles Street, occupied by CkAVIN RALSTON, on TUESDAY, the 27th Instant, and each succeeding da^, until ihe whole is sold off, ALL TUB I^Dwai/ir TK^DE, ^elon^ing: to the Estate of the *aM -3 A V IN RALSTON, consisting of,— A variety of slop clothing Superfine bats Prints, calicoes, Irish linen Ladies' and gentlemen's shoe! Ribbons Superfine coats and trowsers Striped and white shirti Duck trowsers and frocks Thread and cotton Hosi...

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[FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

*[From a Correspondent.] The Aborigines.— The verdict, of the- Coro- ner's Jury has attributed the deaths of the late Captain Thomas and Mr. Parker to the male' natives, Wowwee,TV1accamee, and Callimarowflie^ who are now in custody, and to the rest of their tribe. The.evirience adduced before the coroner is so conclusive, on this head, that th^re can be no doubt of those two gentlemen, whose loss we deplore, havingHtieen itiTlediiy these 'benighted ~jmd tte.achett»mr-peop4e. — MyJ^in^prompt me' to wish the extermination of the blacks; but on a mature reflection on the subject some solemn questions. present themselves. Are these uhhlup^'^r^IuTes~Tlie~ suf/J^etJ^^r our king, in a state of rebellion ? or are they an injured people, whom we have invaded and with whom we are at war? ~ ~ Are they within the reach of our laws; or are. -they to be judged by the law of nations ? .Are _jtheyjto bejrtewed in thtUightof murderers, or as prisoners bi war ? - ~ Have tney^heen guilty^of any crime ...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 September 1831

? /WRITTEN FOB THE iEGISLATIVfi COUNCIL. One of the most substantial proofs, possible, of the dependence which 4he people iray-safelf-^ place upon the gentlemen composing our legisla tivft fionnc.il, js pyhihtlef? in their recent conduct on the question of admitting 'strangers into th~« council room, during the debates of the members^ on certain propositions intended for laws and or dinances. By the Report in the Tasmanian of the 17th instant, we learn, with great satisfaction, ~tiial, with one bolitai'y-p*ception^Jadge-PEi-HEB) ail the- members composing the Committee ap pointed to arrange this important business, were for open doors : a decided proof that the inte grity of the majority^ofthe Council is such that they court the presence of the public, during the time they are laboring for the good of -the Colony. ^While-tnisdlssenibly^&ars^ot^tlie public-opinion — -—so long as the members, individually, are not afraid to be responsible to the public for. their say iogs and ...

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