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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

J ''?/.''^''?'?''??'?iiGiscs-T^iS,- ;~ . ? U il- .HQftftfi^-^we-yaPi old1 gtaqgs uj*q g wards^f 17 hands-higlU »{ g^^fffe *E 1 ? * W^ superior action, ^l^A^^^f^J^H kind of Bone so long ^mpuOH^^^djj 'vhSh ^^jnotJ-e^btaioe^ty crossing our^toalH roam with the rougH-rimhM heag-bojt€dxart Douglas Park, ^iiza^ctfr^liTenr— . I TEUMB,-^3.^nd ,5s. groomage, by. a -biiL at ♦hVpeinonltes- *ent with tiie inare6, '.'..;, 1 inareBii^laiTW stinted. ..-.:.—_. j ? Douglas Park,— ? ?-— ?-? --- -4± 20th SepL, 183fc ? I €ZAR. .'-'??? — I THE ttaoroiigtbr* Clydesdale^Horse j CZAR will ^tand this season at-MM ro^FH BONNET^ Woodhall ; will be-*t-*h« ffaXof *' . Tbo-a. Scott, ^«»^ ™ £ 1st. of September, and every nintu day aftei that J d3TeEUMS.-Five Pounds, and five sellings to the Woodhnii, wM ^B^«com«nodated with excellent grass Vaddocks, at gs^-week. : Launceston, _?-,-? ' ~ ? ^@4th~Ang^8t, 1831* ? -.. - : —-? — ?? CLEVELAND, j WILL Stand to Cover during &e season, J at Mr. Scott's, Mount Momst...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 October 1831

r For Sydney. TO tfall in fourteen days, having nearly the whole of her cargo engaged, the fi»erTast-sailin|?rfi^t-dassbrJft 'BRITANNIA/* Robert RamsaYj Commander. For Freight or Passage^ apply to _WM. WAUONSHAW, Agent. September 5th, 1S31. Foir^ydney. THE fine, first class, fast-sailing barque -Ml^HA^ tons, James Dakgauno Commander, will lpav«-lHobarTTowir foV this Port lit tourtopn^^ays, and take in cargo for Sydney, afto7dTSg^Tr7exc^teTn.=©ppoftfiiiity to partiels desirous of getting goods round. ' For Freight orTassage, apply to WM, WALK1NSHAW; Agent. September ''5t1i, 1831. ^'^^lll-ZZr TSOTlCfcr ? --_-? ~~ 4 RCHIBALDFERGUSONbeingabouT -™- to retire from the Perth Mill, on the '29th instant, most respectfully returns his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for their liberal support. His customers will meet with the samp punctu ality and despaicJi as usual, «p to that date. All those who may stand indebted to the said A. F. will be pleased to pay their respec...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

THE GARDEN'. , . jjfBOM COBBETT'S ENGLISH GARDENER.] ; Therefore the trial by water is not, as to these* fwacftuitte, though if the seed be^ very good ; if ! there* av four or five in a case, shell and all wilt sink in water, after being in the jplws *ii hour. J A«d, «s it is a matter of such great importance, I that4B«ery seed should^row cin a- case where the plants stand so far apart ; as gepi in rowsbf beet and mangel w«rzel are co^verj iojoiioss, the hest way is to reject all see4 that will not sink, case and all, after being put into warm water, «od renainin^ there *n Jtonr. . ji . : : ». - But, *e«k Ofmll sorts-are, sometimes, if not |alwa)s, fnMo^otind and part lanaouod ; an«V«s itheifo«t|tfer-fe nbt «i**be rejected on j^coant of t^he 'latter, the proporf td» of each sbooid ^ be aicer Haiued, if a senaratioik4te-aot-4sade. Count, then, ia hundred :«eeds, taken, proaiiscuoustj, and put them int^.w^et a£ |i^fore?4trected. M fifty auk -nd Bfij^swim, jh^lt joar Reed is bad, ana h...

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MEMOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

? ? uzs^otms. '? ' ''v''!!f ' ' nity, Wd power, can e^tUW Sny'lbrllvldbals Sf the homBnfam.ly to the ^VdciiiaVoWtc* of the t)togr«pher, mdnarchs, afeb^-'ari p^rs.hare a'; riyht to command this mark 61 rfeWcSuf attend' tion. Crbwhfe aVid scares canj,1 hoover, never excite gebiiirie ftomage ih a ivrbBc' i unfess public vir rue shall casf a lustre SmmtiMMt of greaV j 'AhiT.ng thenn^merou6 rulers of Ae earih, few nave trwrr nwciiuru'tuo unwiirDui , ww:tr,mmivpt.vrp . under niore auspicious circumstSricelk than IhOBft which ' mkff etf m& action ; oT llfehttl^ f &* , p^eyandnei^ tidti threatened to di^tWb ibk itfmMm $ M Born til Great Srifriit; educat^lh^fs hfttiv^1 land, and Initiated M^IMA*l»^a^l»y? a.id cuitomALfrom his ear UeSt 'fmA^mlifM ' stran^ritoTl^!fo*c®rl.f lilft ^UWettS.' Gbpmm' ducted tttoeif S'gc %M#^##|i*^ ~~~7' ' ' ' ' ?':'??'??? ? ?'.-? ??? '-I ciate^dTwith his name \ aarJ aitiii^^rtfon^owilcBP' Ihe nation *t large have tended t~» rivet him raoro firmly -i...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

i! ' ' ^'Htci^FlGjLAi^:';1-^ ' ? -,'' Jj^.^^ :,4--APM9»fflW^^f^^^iIl» Barlej^ -r.w ? J .' £ - .X^?7~~ date/-.... :i':. .;;.r'.-/' ? irr.J -J-^J' _? Flour, rbest) per cwt..i»s.«4|iP0^sW0^ft^?g# 1 ^ Bteal, I48i! per cwt ;j,;, T^7^' ' ^ HOfeAftT TdWK, '''? -- IS Oiiii' ???♦?????????????????^ ? ? ,^ixji'«a

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

t , JTitfi ?OuH?nw.~Be*iid as -weHfecI irwsplv^s'trt *l-e-ta rjgtw f-ublicity ta^ny^ie^aiu^ior^pressien tof which -the people' nitty corapitmu w* f e«4 -«n- -J^r-rto4e^*n-obli^at«Mi ttf explain, whetrcviM'tati -ppp-»rhinity «occ«rs, f^he 4kmduct 6f-ty ^blk ^ndm&ia^iar body ^of tibeii* and tfe sooth^-tibe 4-^pttblkiiJceling*-- ? -a'' --- -^^:. :^i -lU^;: ? -----| -..-.?? ; ^ ? W* -some tim-» since cmBplalnip^^f Phe -oflicers ^ thH^ustoms^re—or rotifer; th^tlie merchtiBt. ?i -SrfcWff sgoed« wight toe 'det^oed, ©n-hjspic*on^ c received *o reomnerarton ler^e-kisSJor incmiviei, mience resulting from such detention. W-ed4tf so; * ^ roro a 'belief ^jtjbat *th-|^q#UyjW^ jiy§yv having made rflei^urefi, ©n, information r^Hi^ed, ,jor froa) s*ra* Suspicion of intended, fmoo^ . ba4 aftef wards \ found that sach ^sus^jcj^ , ^r ii»f--nipati^ ,,^as ' 'Without foundation, ^q y^ery ^gocf/e^niojusljr ' .'hid returned tjje goods., to tW. ow^e^, f ^e seizures .of, wbldb rwe con»plaihifd^f^e fi^^...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, OCTOBER 12th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

SHIPPING INT. LL1GENGE. — u — ___ LAUNCfiSVON\ OCl'OttJl'.t 12th, 1831. ? AURIVEDT ? Yesterday, the schooner Henry, from a whaling trip. sailed. : On Tuesday last^ the sUip Jiains, Capt. Goodwin, for HobaftTowu— since wT^cked. HOBART TOWN, OCTOBER 8, 1831. ; . ? ARRIVED. September 24th, the schooner Samuel, Captain G. ? Griffiu, (VomSvdiieyj 9th Sept;, with a general car go of goods. , September 30th, the schooner Emma Kemp, 37 tons, JTT Hayie, master, from Sydney, I8th^eptembert witb & general cargo. . sailed. Oetob&rthe 1st., the ship Vibilia, Capt. Stephenson, for Sydney, with the remainder of her goods _ and passengers for tuat port.

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TO the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser ' Sir— .? ? ':? ;iiO';';'. !V'' i: '?'' .'..:?.\ nPprmit me, thfouijri Ihe, medium of yr-ur indeperidpnt journal,' W;,|)ut a few. question»\ t o the ! Aut^iVrities ujjioti t b^-sabjpct of t he ?-*.''bt-'- ..ighted ^Aborigines: ,^~ , t1.1. r, ; ^ I Would not a little less qualified and sharpef;. polivy, two1 Or tTiriie jr^ars ago', hyve eventuailg I het*ii very much more Humane, than the poljcy ' Wlllbll HUB urCV'HDlCU UUUIIV ? '?*,?- .-..;?.--«? . Is martial law proclaimed against the blacks— ' ir is it. not I ? V it is, has it not been proclaimed ' for very good ^au^e ? And if «o, -rhy *^ga»iv^it? 4 JtOJfeL Pniciaiaistion ; however, »_i?ili ncMJ *£&Br9 : ^according to ?ectmtj, h mg hiiY yr h y ttr-t ahnn I ftf ' %\ -? -yheo is The measnre of atrocity to be tuTl^Ttfie^ ^^HsiirP whirh} whpn filled, whflU rt^jn yft thq flacks eoemies as well rf« fmcto as according to theJctt^r^MheJasrJ^^i^ ^

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, : Saturday, October 8. — - ^4€KETS-Qg-LEAyE:— Charles Rdbinsop 349. AMon—ABfiii ? Luach 2^8 Asia 1 —DanifJ Flinn.324. (3 —John »urt,6», Commodore Hayes-Jamci. TaffneU. SMrt do -^.Upe? Siyier, 804 Governo Ready— Damol Craig. 438. Lod HuiiEerford Emanael Charles flreen. 507 Lrtdy-Hwwond— WiltomCol- Hn.s. 315. Maria— Willmm Ford ,478, Malabar— John sBoon. 420. do.— Oeoige James 600. Woodmafj. . , lit TENDER-S for the repair*; nei'eRPftryJto J**1 rt»»idence t*rtln» Gom maDdattt at LiiuiK-N*to.n, willTbe. rf.^iv^d -at the offitf uf.the Inspector' of WuikH *t. that pla^ where a sp.'i -f'-*tioa * of tiie work may be seen uiiti! noou on Wednesday , Hie jl»to ? liSlauf 'Tl^Teoders^tetendrtf^a* ? Tenders foi repairs, at the. Gommandant *- resi^fuca. '.and the, amount to besUtedn ? - — foJUengtbs — ? !. '\%?. — tt-^——- ? ; ? r+T ? — : , ? . * * _ ' ? I ? - - -i- ? TJ*

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

MISCSLLANEA. The MoRKtN« CiiuoNiCLE of the 13th April, meptioMa dinner given by th^ King to the Kuts. Grand Crosses or the Bath, civil, naval, and mill* tary. The knights, between forty and fifty pre sent, appeared in the star, riband, and jewel of the Order, but did not wear the collar. The Duke of Wellington, in February last, met with a forcible ejectment from his ^addle^ in. Oxford Street. HisCrace's horse fit««bled, threw His Grace with-great violence to the ground, and then fell tipbn hiifli Fortunatery, the Duke su9« I lained .n^- serious ii\ju,fy*' A crowd; who had ms* 'sera bled rouud t^e «ts«f«v-of , action, loudly cfttctfi^ li is Graced BsAe entered a hackney-coach to return fo 4(Ppl'By,-bouse-— Was the clieerihg a syinioot df sympathy or the part -of John, Bull, or. of t^o Evanescent nature of unpopularity as well as , P9j-alar|t^..K, . - :, .. ...??- v^ ? ??''?1«l$ Cobbett, agajnst whom, as our readers are aw-are| the Londoh!f Orand Jury have found a u t'rue .JMH»'i.:fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

The addition. t^ttp^^fiJiiEictMNS'1 advertise 'inent chri^ ^too Tatfe for insertion in the pro per plac*', viz.— ?* Gpntlprnen's figured silk and. black silk _J ? yelvyt waistroats.'; _qix^_-_L./' '??:, ; ;?? tv'- ? ?-*?' ? .? --. a ?

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

HOBART TOWN. ' [From the Courier.] ' ; Wheat is now abundant in town, and but little or no^alteration has taken place since our last, at the average of from 5s. 3d. to 5s. 9d. a bushel. A, rise however, in this staple production seeins, ge- nerally to be anticipated) partly owing to the rf ports of the prospects of the ending jgjcitf^tat ^yd«ey,^uTlfheTiow rather niariniqg^ppe^r^ftce, of a dry spring, materially affectipg AlietgfO,^^ of the rising wheat. ' ; , ,'.(♦ .H.) , Although hay is now abundant in the raarkutit, rather rises in price from the very scanty ^appeaiv, ance of the young grass, the want' of. ra(n -^jng) severely felt both is the native aod artificial fl^s^ tpres* The younc grass generally is no|,ou4yi [thin but short and W|ry, yielding very poor proisr pects of a fall for the scythe at the ensuing cutti tting* '.. . #% ? ' *;.'.*'*'. ,' '? , *...w ,..,,| . .? r,t, .-ia{ t ^£he genial rain from the, sput^fan^ least which commenced 4it Hbbart Town, on fT^iurfiflBy ev...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, OCT 12, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

LAUJSICESTON ADrmTM§^_ :*The Public, we fear, are mot ,pwag thwr thoughts: sb much to th'e immigration scheme, ; as its extreme importance ^ti^^prally^, demand: we therefore '* r i?st frecdt- to it. I Diei^gftfdiBg'the details of-i-be-echemepaiid I viewiugit iff a geiaeml s^ser^ejeel^ Aat it J 4nust ine^tably benefit tbecblotiy ?Jp™ff titJSti e^idant ty all '$$$* i ^TS ^ - fr^ that there is no-odier ? measuie at thit iirn^ that can so -much; benefit, the eolbnyi We ^arit pdpbiatiGti ; ^vnd ^ esj-eoi^ female popuiatipn ; ,whioh -,iie-4fflmig ration | of femite%oiird^iipi-ly. ^f praeiic^l.j^rt J i- of the plan, will d7iub-le?s involv^^ma]ayH 1 difficulties land^the^ieoutioD. of it may perhaps work ^anaa-^^ce hi A Liss, on»* or |b6th\ to ifliH^tiaH'i ftatiiJre1 colony must ir^ni^^viinta^5M^^a oonsjdera Ition which ^ i \\ -&*?-?- V n-en of -P*°P«r J '{Mkv/fcttlvdeenbt sufficient reasou fur run ning the risk^f6rJtlier« #;fl i-e l-y ho means j ^aceKjSn^-of peVsdiial ^iscBmfort (^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

^BRIG fHND* FOR SYDNEY. FOR-ISydney, to sail with all possible jrja^oMM^iiUAMs. j nave not satisfied with his price of .foe shjUiiraAttr J bo^hf 1 f*r their wheat, in paytnrent of acc8tint«Y ; J *ncaTHrave^r=option^^lii^ account aoctfrf»fc^-|-pr B 1KB, by pByio^ti^e ufoal J ? r*»H^?M^e^pei-xeni^ojnrt»^^^^ MA Y be;€$iq tor f a*h ; . but If *ol-i-«t a credit, it ?will of conrselje at (he shipper? risk, unless a de- ' claraiive iuujtiiiMioube agreed -opon for the goa» £. . yaotee^of t)je«ame, ? .-'*..*?» ; ' ?? ?? *v'? ?' ; *' ' LabnceBtonV ' ' r ' ;. J ' .? 49th Sej-tM 183JL : ? '-» ? '' ? -.??? -v ? ^V- — Jfg ? « ^ c, . - . -.?NOTics;. './'. y. £.1. ( MESSRS WICKH AM ^K UIMLEY;, Solicitors, of daumcesiony'teve re moved their Offices in .. Wi!liain-6treet,,:Co the Brick ttuildtngf^djoininjf the Conrwall; Hotet, 'Cameron-street, Lauiicehton. V- ? h- j Messrs. W1CKHAM and LUM^EY frife'heei appointed Notarial1 Agents for OK()l|lGJt CART WRIGHT, Esq., of Hobart iTi-wuv Solicitor and Notar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

If ^ andH^TOH^HftTSON have jnet tt »iy .-» cettgd, per Ftwch&ll, imported by # Latest Arrivals from England,—-' - Ladies' and Children's Shoes of ajl descriptions an elegant assortment of Lq4i£« anq\GejvtJeraen Silk Hose ; Gauze Scarfs iitfLKej-cniefs ; Whil Silk Gloves; Silk Parasols; Thread Lace an Edging; Black and Colored Crapes and Gauzes Blnck Silk Velvet; Silk Parses; JEUbbons; Sil ?land other Shawls ; fashionable Lace Cuffs ah ?Cap Crowns; Prints; Chintz Bed Furniture ! Colored Linings and Window Blinds, &c. Gentlemen's superfine Fashionable Dress Coat! Waistcoats and Trowsers ; Boys' Dresses (?er ? SBperiorV; Gentlemen's and Youths' r'sshionabl Xloth anfTGjaged SSilk Caps ;, a., few pairs of st perior Wellington Boots \ Fine Shirts and Shift ei(Cf **-*-»* ft and twilled Calicoes ; and atf e$ei ? «*«-vafMy of -other ^oods^ ._ . .,..,.. i; . -: ?Qrj&jbane.&tre'etj Oct. 4? 1831. VALUABL E: PjtQPgH tlffa VLMLh WQMTU IRE. .juStEM-XION -OF MERCHANT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

' ? :* fto^rousy New I^er,: Laanc s -m j f ' jbisftsci, -by fiowOA Buyant, tisq^29ih Septet f lH-pd ^x^U* magpie Bull, branded C F near jl trip, damage clttimfU 3s. ^ ^1 wWt* Poland 'Cow, to«*d *wl neck black fi tp«ckiM^*vt-¥aTi-i X «h .near »»-*« brand on off ti thigh Mesgibi* ? . _. . » 1 %larfc Cow* white VJly Jind tail* off liorn o drooped, frrao^ -oa oetr hip soaofcthing like C *\ I fr!a& HtffeVwVite belly and tail, brand a en off tfeiglrtilMr .???- d . . ' ? I-f . ? ? ';.......?,'??.' ' C ^i; i^dfy^Mttp Cow, ^brand fc cm near hip, Sir ? yjth fr Hl-e acr--fl$ it o» *-ff stiotficfor,1 '^1. '|:1 1 brindli- Cow, wb jt#! bac* and . bellyV *»P «ff * iihe xiff^Hr, tiraiid -m oiff thigh c W. _ -. C .--? 1 tirt»dM» w»1Mire«i ^oteiid iMCer, branded on r twar Mp illegible. , -.-;' t ?? » ?-. .* :'»? ^..oi'tr ^ Imwoom^d by ftilmk Dunn, 4rh Octr^ 183 1 j r! - 'V-r-ttai^C^aW^rff^l^'-^ttl^oi/j^raild ( * ttom»& clftimKf f s. i*»r bead*. ,r iv. ..,. i *v if th inov^ aniijiW be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 October 1831

-WAWfftS IMMEDIATELY, A.StiJ?4y ^ctiv* Man, as a WORKING ?^Vi^RSKER a ticket- of- leave mau. WfluldJ)H preferred. He will be expected to un derstand the management of Live Stock, and — farm i it g generally^-Liberal wages will be given Apply to M. N. at this office. JM POUNDED at Vron, N-*folfc Plains, by John BbXALLv^tock^wpipto W* G.Walker, Esq-+ on 30th September, 1831 :— J/bay ,Mare, black njaiie and tail, fore T«et bhrckV ? - - ? -»-.,.-* ? 1 chesnut Filly, a white streak down her face, t two.hfiid Cftetwhtite,, S _. If the aboge. aififlsais are not claimed and re deemed, on or before the 22nd of October, 1331^ t; ifcef^wjir.tbe so|d_tiy^mc aCltiFsaid found, ,afc -Jordipg to the- provisions of the Impounding Act. THOMAS MANNING;'' Poundfceeper, Court of Requests, For Launceston District. T^TOnCE is hereby given that ffce II th 1^ siUiug of this Court, for 1831, will - --^e-held ^y-^ndjoiiTTnnTTit7Tini~i^day^1ip-4t1i~daj of No*. nex;,,at 10 oMock in the forenoon. r Points in Cau...

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THE KING'S SPEECH. My Lords and Gentlemen [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 October 1831

THE KING'S SPEECH. i -** My Lords and Gentlemen, '4 have come to meet you for tiie -pur-pose of ?proroguing the Parliament, with a view to its ira-. jmedi a te dissolution. . *' 1 have been induced to resort to tfhis measure -for the purpose of ascertaining (he sense of my people, in the way in which it can he most con stitutionally ant) authentically expressed, on the expediency of making such changes in I he. Repre seniutimt-as circumstances may appear to require, and 'which, founded upon the acknowledged pnn ciples of the constitution, /may tend at once to uphold the- just -rights and prerogatives of the r Crown, and to give 5-ecuMty_to the liberties of the — peop'j^ ? — — ? — ? . — ' Gentlemen of the House of Commons. il I thank you for- the provision you have made for 4he hoiour and dignity of the Crown, .and 1 offer you my .perfect acknowledgements for the arrangements you have made for the state and comfort of my Koyal Consort : I have also to thank you for the supplies which...

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[From the MONITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 October 1831

ktirom the MOmTQR.];/ ^k Majesty, we ; rireTPJoided to ifl«, wa^so welbotKhe loth *of May^ aW tbgive atidienceB to th^ UHoMei«nd floreign Ministers, as well as to eDJoy-bis(of-r»nary drH^s!aftd walfii, in public. lrb6r|7^hcMebfttnb^»of*^t«^was di^oived tWa-ltt^ibefrfr^-lbi*4lo1l8e*f C^fcatdtif^. ? '----' ~'~ irhrf*^ Tlioo«|ti# P4iitldi^fiar^^«raitteil f6r: the freij4u of ^P6-afr^-^^fer^ to Swart Oliver.: Lbrfr ?- ti0 Lad* w«si«tf|rtntiy|r-Jre'-irittJnttimtm - bnrneri -V- *1*-ath by't^^fiott^ k^ft*S fi^llnvMay. ? it*^K»i«R h^^e^^a^^VP0'1**^^ — O«neral?R1fftnttJ Bdtok^ W tfe CrfptHHr^ugfAf .'??/? -?'? ? ;_''?'? '' & : '?? ?''? '.T^Jif /.'Sill ^rat« beftw rheiSoiise. «0h ?Jhift ev-ning ^LQr'd J^hn RaSfe^ ?P(?Tf3 i*Re'?ir^-*'W' rfie day for the ^2°^' to ^o tttlo jB-Committeeron tbe Hefowp BilL ^eneral^^wpe moved a Besblut^on by way df ^amf n^ro^t ^^atit;wf s the opiqiep^Khis^Hoage, ^that, tbertotal .fiumfeef -pf ]KnigW^ CHtiens, and j W^^f^r^u^^^^w^fn^^.^^ part. of »(h)e tU^iter...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SEA POLITICS—HOW TO BAFFLE A TYRANNICAL CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 October 1831

[?] ? :W&eo ^Ckmrtenay mid 'his ,par*y w^nt on ftoard -h- tfrteaiej ih$ $ ret lietiteuan t, . ^asteiy arrd «ur- ^)^T™^wti^t4af^uf(ge wjiich^^E! 'been used tor/Htedf *y^tte«af ttifi,' vi*?used^o^ijn^D7the ?eabiu, *?htTi mvittd fey the stewaKl, who *eporU ?ed to €aptem Brad^aw *bat4h^ officers would «dt accept his invitation. ;', J ; „ ^WoriH fhej^, by~— ?! fH*ee wat. Sendtty' clerk liere.**' t: ^ ?JNie cleric -flrade 4iis appearance with an rbject ?said Captain Bradshaw, who, walking up and -dowo 4e, foeF-rabin, composed a memoratHJuro ~in ^whicWf^tfef a long preamble, the first lieuter iiant 4BiH5ter4 and^iji^go^ j^rejjjrj'ctpd tp-dine with 111 m ev^rt day 'OiitiTTdfdifir ibfders. Capt. Brfr^sJiaw, having signetitTtt, Rent. For the iirsjt. lietye'vmnt^aifH id el fevered it himself into his hand. ^?T^Tgusqnl— .Bradlj.H' cried fcheifirst lie-ite.»- Atif\ c^t^finff the .gun-room with the paper in his (hand, 'Lherefs something for all three of us,— a jwnniwe order, to dine with ...

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