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THE MISERIES OF "THE HAPPIEST FELLOW ALIVE." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

THE MISERffiS OF ^ THE HAP PlESt1' FALLOW ?'??♦ ;???; ;. ? ? -.--: --j .? ???--.' — - -r-- I ? -:'i)v. jjuo tvs I am rich — well hox^rr-d^cpntly good*looking — and not much stupider than my neighbours. It was after three years;, of the riotous bead-achiny kind of lile of '^ a Igajr man*' at Cambridge, t-» -wJi i(|h jjever^ person 1 not horn to poverty aad a parsioftttge is conveniently rondemoed, that i ehanged the modest bowers of BaTqWe^tt; fthd the eleganHnebrtatioi^ 01 ittilk pTi^ich, tor' the bead-' ties and tfce rest i titles of the Metrdbolis. ':' ?'- .- lord CharlesC— — , who waSj^invAi f«rith*f Church,, looked spitefully fit my; «*)* t-ri^k% an«i s^oi e there wa« nothing lil^e axompioi»ej-|« ^**Lri * ^ T ric» M Ip w -colWgian,^lr .ToBras^m, s'mhed,as he said that ^ should nfl[ dt»|ibi,#n(l jjt :^i^%^ fftjjng^«^^^«TT#*--^ ligrtoJS-t »»J mi pdpr, friend SjtaitUopfr, whoLwa^ 6Vlngto the bar, squVeyed my ha^ till the tear* Hgaf^^td^nyi^yf'g. and,.' emphatically 8aldt— I ?s rj^^...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 2d, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

8HIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVE' BER 2d, 1831. No Arrivals since our last. SAILED. On Friday^ tue barque *' Funchall,' Captain Dal gar:-o, !or 8yduey. Cargo— 5000 Bushels os Wheat, 144 sacks ai.d 172 bags of Flour, 1800 kau^aroo skins, 10 bales o? wool, 1 bale 2 ba^s ai d 600 luose opos* sunfi skins, 77 buttles aid 1200 loose stieep skins, 20 bailed iddes, 4 eases coutectioi-arv. 3 casks biscuit.— Sni]»^eis, Messrs. J, C. M'Dougatt, (M» charterer) . S. Lord, W. Wwlkiushav , A Bpveiidge, arid J. Flood. Passeneers- Mr. J. C. M'Dou^ati, Captain Harvey, Mi. Ha^s, Mr. Kdward Littleton, Mrs, Pitta id utid child. ' - ' Remaining— Brig Hind, Seboouert Prince Regent : and Resolution. H08ART TOWN, OCTOBER 59, 1831. ARUIVED. On the *2d, the Drununore, Captain Petrie, from Sydney 13th test. wiUi ^a ge*»eia» cargo *-f gbodt. ?? On the 28tii iilt. the «cuooiu»i $peculatoi , Parker# master, from Sydi»ey tbc 11th ult. nitiia ^eueial care*. TJt»e8wau River Packet returned lo port on At saoie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

It is with no small regret we are -orn gelled, fora few weeks, to allow the ' Advertiser * to go ' . forth in such a dress as it lias appearedin, the last two or three Nos. —The difficulties that at tend every mechanical business ii; this islacd, am peculiarly felt by the Printer. We are, however, ; daily eipectiiig paper round from Hobartlown; / and when sufficient time has elapsed to allow ihb receipt of: xm orders, sent home immediately op . purchasing this journal, from our extensive con neiions in the printing and stationer* line, we ? ti^li^e^pared-ttie^^coiiveiae^ce Aiid^difiicnUlee which attended our predecessor, and which, for a season, we must experience. In the mean tine we crave public indulgence. . . ? . . In Mr. HORTLE'S advertisement the brand ob the Bullock, impounded by Mr. Garsyrie, itiouid have been ** like M— the bottom formM»g;a«t.' j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

???? ?' ..- . ? -?-? * ----ttftt3MJS- TftOJli,- AS PL ENIM D, dappled bay Carriage HOKSE, three years old, stands up wards o07 Jia-'ds^tii^ii^^f gr^nt strength, and *ery s^^ior^iii^Uk wj&u dfept**! - i« Iwtj; ibiv agri«iiUo.f4il p*H$o*«? 4)f rprthe *oad ;^-einfc^hat kinAW ttwsf t^» iaiuj^wattf^d t$£he ^oirjpantf, which CHRiiot be oblaTnedf hy crossing our small mar^s with th* rough- limbed lieavy-Dedied cart '-- The www«u»s of MAtjNU- -may be obtained -a Jjouj£»las P«r,k, ElHRrbeth Riwr. __ ' ^^EidiiR.'— 1B%* an€^5s,gf«biiia|5e, by a Mil at' three months, Vim with the mares. :^1~'- -i . ;.i^ inat-rti ttTeJairivstijitexU .'* . ''-*? J — JlfliT^Jas 'FaflK^ ? ? t' ? -.-ftOih S«ptM IJB3V ; , ,r ? #i.--T--- BliACK JA^K. '.' « , rTPHE wpn-knownjFtetiiish Horse f&ACK r 'X- ,? A CK «vfll stand At darendon ftbie lea eon. T« rros, — £5., aiiiU5si ihV griibro* i -' c An allowance made of -one mare In five to breeders. . ; . , ? .? ; ? .^MlftiaBfrd roares covered the following s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

M' 42H -Kfc., COiQK &. SHERWtN tiave :-lbf^SjtJe -m Commission*-* ; . A tew d-*a-n o| B«ig««h, rosewdad, came-bot» tom^r I Chairs - .?-?-??. - . . A Bdp^Hrtr Fo«F-n©st Bedstead*; Mattresses and ' Banging* onmplrte ? . ?...-=.? ?'feiBeti »f Gh*rir*« stofed bottoms afid covers Aw elegant 1-a Urn ABru**'!* Caip»'t i : : ? ??'' ^wb; .porkers Ke.hf flops v , ^T^f^lis Bwti^d Ale, 4'-'^tWliife! wlli i/e'fHiposed 6C on reisoniiAe terms. ? ; ? ' — ^-./r^l .J ? ~~J ; » IQ&NMO XG&$ *,.%..., ;. JAMES CORBETT' (fete of Hobari 'TotviTj^rbs^s tfr AVSKjftatnTtke iirtraisit?*Dt| lie hits t^AtUp^r^m^JwM^^ccnvWd bj Mr. Jo^Wftf^v'wftr ? »t WM& and Brisf .tape Struts, wher.e h?* ^nt*»n^s . to jcarry on Jj- * Jpnrftd^lasiltidJo » tlarghifts#»r.tmgf$ of arnWwt i&m&dtemm£pmjeL$Qpmi ,jp» -tfrat 4ine, which ^nffiftfefiiiQase |«O^ts,(iIr4-i»-riav;^cH^ £«]awVclf JS«dW«|(*ftraawiW-iMW*fl«|Of| T*U ^!^(flafltii*-, taw* t&ftdles^Txa wdhlfrbte %fm*fy -f&am...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

;!8«)^*.''' ^ffBOMTHElGAZSWE. Qrt 1S4 Tb^^w^ffltclwdrje^.bntf^^imtcnasedWjlSri1^ .prettiest model* e veWwwft ** itttehM'bWtt'J «^toi4H Th* H«ry ao-! Stixabetb, ^,»«v «n4rrgoio« #»x UttVf** impair* 1« ih« Xing'* doflt. -will,, when. re*nljr for -**, t»«» sitvtioiwd «t N*** Z«»alaii-V wbtp re Government hav« it tippers final) jr resolved «n ^xihg an fretablishiKeo t, for the purpose of ai iorirtog proteetSoti to the native, and dp* idiiig 49 ant question thai aajr arise aiponf JlgR Euro peans jrtytifig !thejpaa!ft«_ jfe_ Comma ndiHg. .Offi- ce* igp &*; troops * a off tJbff^aj^iiiiSOIie-4aar/ aiu] n&^fctfc *il-, it is understood, lor m a Bf uch ^ Ma^trat^s in the, first instance. .The gn^i ftj imp6rfonc-? of- this islaod, and facilities it J&tf&t vtoi many runaway prisoners from 4h& Colon?, midfr such a step as the present highly We are pleased to hear that the last races at Par ramatta * rnt off with . very considerable #-^«/. Mo difrtorhaiices ...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

[?] The Penal Settlliirnts.— :We have devoted considerable time to thei ;^c«nsi deration of - the question* as ja jffinetfter.lt be expedient JoffSe~ Government .to break up |he Penal Seitlen-ents at Macquarrie Jiarhoiir r an^i Maria. l«Jand;f , aim Jo empl(«y the men now »t those places, oh the roads 4 and it appears tp: us^ t/ttbJB a ^uestihhttt* *ol*ing borne difficulties. We will lay before our readers an ou'li^- of both sides of the qtfktion, and jt here, /or the pr^nt,. leave t^e matter, r The ^felflef difficulty iff^c^ftllHiin^iFobi^Ct is the want of propVr iii^rraati«in on ihe fpllb^r I ing heads, viz,— « he expense «f tMe pMal«ettle* mutft^fespefetivelj, ; ^er^a|ipaiiir; fh^' noni«fcr.of -TOHl^l^f n J 'h**' «''''»! va'luy of their labor i |r \T'Q 1 '%?? U ' , I.' MIT's, : ''^^??--, ? ? - — L tin la «. -.rifc^-i^is^-x^ 1 ' ' * ? ' ? » ' 1 ? ^-_ . „ I the quantity of wotk, performed^. floath#»r«ttafo thereof. Also, upon^||^^i8^j^i^A«i» *W^ I to be employ ed in road makidg i w...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

LAUixctis'mxMA&rimTmBR, ____^rVV^l)J!iESDAY^^AV^r^^ It is not without coDsiderable regret (bat we find the demand for wheat is again on . the decline. The prices h ve .i are not at; present -riiiteriallf' *.d :oe- it-'t the sales being: heavy, seeing to evince adi tasteob ' the prtrt of the merchants fofTurther j 'di- lation ! 1 1 is l rue :i i ^ ydney nw rket can* . not be' fully depended upon any longer, be -2ati8e the oom ing harve*t-n uy p r bi. bl y af fpet the piee.y. Good judges who wefw lately JnNe'w Sou it» Wfiles have in formed us tbttt a6thlng U U( be «j jreti ended from tlie real iim lifytne/harvest in theeldei Colony, , f : ' %u ? ?h's.ififS^i Ui&uiiAi vw--i-'i'\i'i'r-m. f^c'« %**- ~[ ?' ? grain, If this he th c se, wheat !will in a feu ir.^ks Lie in brisk demand a^ain, for the S .: do*'^ market. Should Jhat however, Dot be the case, we see no reason for the mer chants to slacken their-specula tions, the Isle of France presents an excellent mart for almo...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. LAUNCESTON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1831. (Continued from out last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 November 1831

!4pM*«h sK^m s:. [?] JPf^jfent— f. . A. Mut»R4v- «sq. Chainnan, and ? 'w*^ 4: ; ?i*-Ti*c^M*^:*t'* .-'? -'?»?-? = ^^a^^^ptrnfigiain %as '. placM lit Ac Tmr, dtorrgedL ' wi& «receWi^r '4m! the :2B(h of JtimU 18W, -*^was ^heet, -alq-» !^. arid 40 yards of caiw«s- wMiie -#*;' thf propert^f Wm. Arcber, seg.^wad Win. Archer jno^ Xsgr/u knowing them' ttfW^^ Jfolen* -^ ^y- ' il^'moss^'^^V the prosecutiotu aud Mr. UeHi brattd for fhe4iefeBce. ^7'- -Sf veraf *Whn^-f sTs^or« ^ositivelj 'to the sheet and ^nvfei ? bemg ttje ^pro^erty bl itRe pfisotiiHr t arid MiioS wbtctapieriiVd»viaiial6 bore testi mony to hisxhWact^r 5ia^i^l«)iraW^^n that of an to dasirfe Wfl hone8t^ihiV-ftiiidiU--K ot^uihy .. ***JM*&t fcvfol& *lo1fl Aai-i^ wltfr sWog: 2 whirls, .value 5»,' pdC^^r^p^ge^s, Mue ^S^^Vk^4;^--M^itJ^piJ^ih^r last was^ s*M*rYW Wi?'Wr^«;%e Mtw&fer^'early in ' tlf#i(nV$cfi,*T wasWtiHi^o^d in foe';yardV»nd ] ta\w^st-m^ 'olie go intake house- 1 Weiit in, ami j fo^ntt Ihr p...

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THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

THE GArlblv. [FROM COBBETT'S ENGLISH GARDENER.] | CuiTiyATiOi-f.— Here, as in the- foregoing parts bf . this chapter. 1 propose to speak only ;6f ? what ' ^si-f gen^ralT appitt^tlon, ^» of def' to save the ' too m that woql^bft necessary to repeat ipstTac tion^ for^cu)^i?ai|KMi under tne namei of the se i^er|iL plants^ . , .. . ??}.:?? ?.-. ?? ?? '!': The., grom^a being goodt «nd the sowing or planting,; ha}yjng bt?(Bo i-rep-r|y pe'rfornliftd, th& h ex t t hip*. , i^ , wie /altArifDaiiagenient^ which is jisuajly p^le(i cultivation ,. « « v : i i ti the subject Jiie fr;on- seed, the first thing is to see ,u-at t^he piapls stand at a proper distance rqra e^c|\other ;y because, if left I oo clo^fe, they r - ajn^oi come to good. Let them ftlso be ' thinti mV ^arij^fo^ eyefl while iu seed-leaf, they injate* i'djift ;ptlier,v, Carrots, parsnips, I ett aces v *nrery Jh.ing. ou|f]b*t jLfli'^'JthinMfdJn' the Jse.ed-4eaf.M « ,p-\^9T, weed immedi^t^y. ; and l*t me observe ^ere once for...

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EXPORTS: [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

EXPORTS; JE. s. d. To Europe— riz. Great Britain.... 4057 5 o — AsiA,—viz., Madras, ? 24 8 0 „ „ New SoutU Wales, 10417 9 4 Total J^lue of E*porU......... ^14^499 2 4

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FROM THE SYDNEY MONITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

[RflOM the Sydney Monitor.] Mr. Wsr«TWdRT«*s Fete and iLHiMrwATroitf. —We have hten author Und to state, ; tt\a4 iTIglf 1 DAY, an ox, aiid hatf-a-dosen sheep will h« roasted entirPy a- y«mr/ui-r. in commemoration of : a certain jojful tv^nt. It is int tided, that tjie carcasses shall be oo the spit early this mo-uing« Tl^ere will be lots of Cooper** auq Wright's *e#f, to enable the visitors to pout out Copious iihations o» the joy »u I occasion. ; A 4)at»ri «i music, w ith * - pair or brai* ^rMm'}will be in attendance t-» play the popoiai an ol 'liver. me hill* and far ewiy!' All persons will be welcome to partake of the chevr, and are invited 'to take fire works along w ithth-m. A couple of bonfires of extraordinary magnitude will he lit in the evening. It is calcu* lated, that the .on and sheep will be ready lor etrvitig up by 1^ ot 1. o'clock p. is. The vompi ny are requested to ta^te kntvej, and tumbler! with them, and those who ride, ar« remtiidefl tr take tethert- for their ho...

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THE FEMALE QUACK. FROM THE NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

THE FEMALE CUJACK^ From the Ne-w Monthly Mao a zine. - It is one of liiemaity, thousand mi stakes of hu man creatures to imagine themselves.the greatest proficients in the' very arts in which they are mo8t.d*rfii'iV'nt ; Jiud hence nuflierpus;,- poor imio cent souls, who lotght unmole.stef] and uumqlest ing, throbt themsehes forward witti their own stupid deUsion hs tbp pilqt, i*nd, after waoderiug a moogst, \ he^uicfefitthdii^if ^puijlic o»itiion, ^at la^t IiikI iUemsf-tvfc!i ,wfeckedrt5u (be sl-oals of ridicule aiidcoiitertipt. ' ' ;, ? * this imaginary excellency in one particular science; i.v morVor IVss cV-njinolnTio q#. all,, H reft t he means or hpymg p^^etuul sui^hiue^ thr«VF the siar« iJitb tH^ye^d^rJiiler w ,v^fitHmpt« anij laughed ar ihe oioon as a moi|ern^inveution ii* sav»* oil or ga* t \*$ ' wns ;pf co^»imM^f»ii-oh this solitary poliit^ a|thoijgb a y^y 'scjjHyer, wellin formed raVfbhut creature oil '^very other subjeci the family first became alajrmed^by the copptaiH v...

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SPIRITS AND TOBACCO [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

SPIRITS AND TOBACCO Entered at the Custom House for Home Consumptiou from the §th of July to theW.tii oi Oct., r33l. 'Rum^ ? ,; ? 8699 Gallons. Braady,,.^ ? ... 1208 . — :__ Genera ? '672 — - BumSbr^b,.... ? ,117 «^— Tobacco, 8,443 lbs.

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PRICE OF CHAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

PRICE OF GHAIN. LAUNCESTON. ? ?. d. ?. A. Wheat, ? * ? 4 : 3 to 4 ; 6 Barley, ? ,...4-0 — 0:0 Oats ? ?, ? ? 5:0 — 0:0 Flour, (best) per cwt. 18s.— Ditto {seconds) 15s. ? Meal, 12s. per cwt. HOBART TOWN, ? f, 4, Wheat, ? 5 : 6 Barley, ? 5 : 0 Oats, ? ~5 : 0

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TONNAGE OF VESSELS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

TONNAGE OF VESSELB Entered from the 5tb oFjuly to the iQth of Oct. INWARDS—' ^ilps Tona , . New South Wales, 9 1461 ' c Mauritius, 1 »1 OUTWARDS^k * ' . Creat Britain, 1 99S , NfeW-6»tttU Wales, 7 *v7 IndU, 1 414

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE SATURDAY, Nov. 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

mBAU??^mvj$^AZ&i^&r ? Saturday, Nov. 5, 1831. TICKSTS-OF-LEAYE. ? Edward Hcarae. 776, Layton— Abb Avent. 471. Burneo APPOINriHSNTsi.— William WiHis. 923 Lady Harewood, and James Wright. 117. Asia. '3 : Have iieen appointed Javelia Men. vice Butcher aud Havard. resigned. FREE— Thomas Martin Sir Charles Forbes. 518— John Jones. ^ _zifedloa^a»t^Henry^Ha11. dittu ^i-^Harty Henry ditto 671 — — — tahtt-Davis ditto^78^Cfaaries^^Jarr Asia. V2( 814,

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF THE PORT OF LAUNCESTON, QUARTER ENDING OCT.10, 1831, IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

ilMPOHTS AMD *KR0RTS OF Ttt* PORT '«? ; LAUXCE-TON, UtJAflT£R ENOINO OCT. 10f 1831. _ . , . ??-'.. .| .- ?. ... «. s/.d. .From 'BUROPE^viz., Great Britain,.. 637 1 € — AilA^viSi/SwAn River, .... 831 7 7 ,. tt Port Louis, f ? 1519 1Q 9« ', „ Wew South Wales 9443 8 2 Total value of Imports ...... . . £12,431 8 0

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 9th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

SHIPPING INTKLLIGENCE. 7 LAUNCESTON, NOVE viaEU 9th, 1831. AttttlVKI). .On the 5th, the barque *« Suitpv,' W. Veale, com inai.der, irmn Sydney 15th ultimo, with a general cargo, and 30 luTses. Passengv.rs— Captain Dacre, ?VTip. Dacr-*, Messrs. Lord, -H-awthoni^- Thomas , Zaddock, Godirey, Bouclior, aud 4 servants. Oji iheJUi), -the 'barque ??« Mary Ann,' Ca^ir Jacks, ~frc7irSydTrPT-thiHi5tirTitt — Passengers — MTrPe^TC«7 ?{supercargo) Mr. Reed. Same day, the ' Mary and Elizabeth,' Captain Aldridge, front Hobart Town, with a general cargo. SAILED. Yesterday, the Brig ' Hind,' Captain Scott, (or Svd'iey, M'ith 7750 bushels of Wheat, 60 sacks of Flour, 34 empty casks, &c. Passengers— S. Lord, Esq. MrsJLord, MissJDox, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. M'Cly inent, T. Nowlau, Esq. W. Gray, Esq. Meessoa A-Sson, and Boxo iVIeeson. tlemaining— Barques, Mary Anne and Surrey; brig— Mary and Elizabeth; schooners— Prince BU gerit and Resolution. ? ~-r ~ HOBART TOWN, NOV. 5, 1831. A tt It IV Kb. Cn ttie ...

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[FROM THE HERALD.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

{From th e *H f.k a ld.1 ? Some. Settlers in the nei^hhourltpod joLiht Hunter, are cultivating fhe casior-oil tree'in ~|pon» siflerable^iumliers.— — The ** Governor PhilUjis^' hi ought «p the. j\rew of fti-c ship ^America,' w-hich has been wrecks) on the Northern Loo Is. lands, on the nighi of the 20th o7 June. The ;h America*' was hound from Hoh^rt Town to. B^a lavia.— ~*We understand that the 'Rev. Or. Lang has succeeded in s«curing ttie very valuable che mical apparatus of Doctor Ur«, fort eily P-roTessor of CheroiHiry in A»niersoh's Univerjiiity., Glasgow., itud now ?of the Kind's University, London. .Jk. «ioHf powerful doUble-jj|ate 'Klecirical Aiachtrie, has also been purchased, ai»d « heunhontf cpJlec* t ion of Standnrd work's, with a view to forward the literary filtered s of New South Wales.—*— Another box of bullion has found its way out of the Colony toy the Renown. —— S«'me potatoes Lave hfen sold in Sidney during the wer k, weigh. icijj two and a 'hall pound* each — -At...

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