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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829

?7 OK Sale at the Cornwall Hold, at CkeckshirtsatSs Bed do. at 5s Duck Hawsers at 58 Dress do. at 15', Striped do. 7« 6d Blue do. at 10*. Jackets at 10s ladies' stays at WsoU Blue shawls at do. Whttedo.at6s fancy do. at 7s oa 5oUeaddo..tl*f6«l Orange do. fet 7s «d I Xttedstockingsat* - White cotton do, at de. t WblteglMr«at98«a BUckbombarine d**' »orwichcmpedo.4s6* gf^o^A Sock! it per pair «? ?Uk«tperywd7«M WaUtceaUat 16s §§» Childrens* dresses do. Silk fcandWerchiets at 8*. gaud paper at 3s per quire at ? Ttrifling per centage upon the cost price. Opie's Madeline ? Valentine's Eve New Tries Tales of the Heart I New Simple Tales I Illustrations of Lying Montgomery's works ifca^aaftWjjb^,^ Sicilian Italian jM**'* Castles of Atbtin and Dun Ladv Morgan's France _ Italy I Gaston de Blondeville I HutchtnBon'a Memoirs I Modem Biography I Byland's Spain , I Dance of Death I Gait's Voyages 1 , Peregrine Pickle 1 Canterbury Talcs I Smollett's Works . French Serjeant Honor of Han Sou&...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829

. Since theSret shettof our paper went to press, « rumour has arrived from Dobart Town, that James Gordon, Esq. If appointed Chief Magistrate hero in the room of P. A, Mulgrave, Esq ., and not Wo. Ashbanier* Esq., as was generally be lieved. ' Ad assigned Servant of Mr. Magnus Me Leod, et Tallisker fame to tho Police Office, LaunccE ton, this day, and complained that his master's brother, Mr. Alexander Me Leod had beat him dreadfully about the head, and body, and that he had been refused a past to the Police Office, to complain ; lie wes offered a ,pTiss to Mr. G. \V. Walker's, but he is a eleie friend to the family, ?The men came in without a pass, and strange tq «qf, the agressor and also Mr. G. \V. Walker, got ioAefore him; the case was tried and the com- pteint dismissed, although Mr. Me Leod owned Seating him because he laughed. The mau's face end head were dreadfully beat and bruised. Q. W. Walker tried this case, and surely he gave a j joctdedsion.!!! Had the case happened wi...

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SIMILIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829

il- ' ?'?'i iiinib'isr5 ''' I saw upon a desert plain - . 'A large and lonely tree. -- ' 1U branches wither'a— fojinge gone, And. it resembled nw. I«aw an arrow In its flight ' ' ,. f Whirl swiftly cross the lee, Hbarmless struck the mountain rock, Aodlt m.mbled me. 1 saw t blrii attempt io soar With but^tife pinion fre*, itstrovetorige, then fell to earth, And it resembled me. I saw arose that Aloomed in pride, Condetan'd by fate1* decree, ?, To wither on iti parent item. And itre-embled ue. I saw a star shoot down the sky . No brighter one could b?. It shone awhile— «ien aank tonight, Audit resembled me. 1 saw :* bark toss'd to and fro Upon a stormy sea, Iti cablfi cut— iti roddtr lost, And it resembled me. I saw a shadow steal along Mocking each reverie, 'Twas time that stays its coarse for done And it resembled, me. I itw a hermit in hiscell, Drebm of prospects bright and new, Then sought religions joys alone, And bade the world adieu. JftMhuter Square, W. C. Selwt.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE,29,1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829

1 LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. ' MONDAY, JUNE «9, 1849. V ?* the public rintr nf n JournaMut to ditprl flplnsion; bu- in tho'Hisr.harep of thi« duty he must not expert t« find h'« road perfectly ftvp from the arriow« of those M'ho are interested in t»re venting the H)ti«of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Oh Friendship : hn)m of hnnian woe, Sweet soother of our cares below. Friendship is a blessing which each one sneaks in praise of, bnt few aim at attaining:. What greater joy can mortal man know or feel, (saving the joys of religion) than that of reposing our wishes, our Borrows, our caros, or our joys in the bosom of our true and trttttv friend? A mong ell the adVan- tv*«sof Friendship, there is not one more valuab'e ih*n this, of laying open all the va rious affections of the mind, without dis guise or conceaimr.n!. There is something ?owntMngto the heart in disclosing all its perturbations, or describing its various agita tions, and learning ths interest which is ta...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. Certificates of Freedom have been obtained br I the undermentioned :— - . I John Ferguson, 217, Commodore Hayes, Win- I White, 465, Arab. I Tickets of Leave have been granted to^he un- I dermentioned :»- ' , . ' ? I G»rge JMacdonald, 130, Dromcdarj, Chaiki I Mee, 880, Chsjpmau, (2) Thomas Hop wood, 355, I Malabar. ?'''' ? -I The undermentioned lave been deprived of I their Tickets :— - ? Joseph Barker, Admiral Gatnbier, (1) fOf 1 druukvuuess at Church during Divine Service. I Robert Bloomfield, 754, Cnauman, for impro- I l-er conduct. I T« the peculiarly sensitive Mr. J. W. Bktt. I Si u.— You appear so eager to shield otben, I just at t»r-*eut, thai we are inclined to ask join I few quesliuiii. Who wrote and inserted that loni I tirade in the Tasmania^, giossljr reflectiog ujjob I a Police MegiBirule, we mean iu the case of Mr. I Far»? Wusit not y-*1. Was it not J. W. Bell, 1 the Clerk to the Police Hagistnte at Launcei- ? ton ? 87 what authority do jo...

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COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 June 1829

COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE. ikmpbelt Toten, June 23r4.— We hive very lit tle news here this week. Several assigned serv ants bare been returned into Ooyernment employ, aad placed on the roads, for harbouring runaway women. A Mr. F. Cobb, of Blackaan's river, wtt alto fined 58 dollar*, for the tame offence. Menrs. Simpson and Willis, were the convicting Magistrates. ~ Mr. Editor.— t write to let you .know that oar neighbour Wm. Ashburncr, Esq. ts to take the Magisterial chair at Launceaton, as Police Magistrate, on the 1st day of next month; groat preparations are making in order to get Into town id time, ! am decidedly of opinion that yon will not regret the absence of P. A. Mrcr.oiuyE, Esq.- for depend upon it, Mr. A. is a man of great pen* eltatioa, sound knowledge, and deep learning* his only want to knowledge of the people amongst whom he at present is; he sat down at first with a very mistaken notion of the people, but that is wearing off fash When this is fully accomplish, ?d, he ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 6, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 6, 1829. 11 ? It isjlhe. public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in tho discharge of this duty he trust not expect to find his road perfectly Tree from the arrows or those who are interested in preventing the JEgisof truth from confroutiug and j dissipating their power. j One of the HobartTown papers says that the Governor has referred to a Committee of Magistrates, to decide whether Hobart town shall not be paved and lighted by a rate levied upon the inhabitants, as in England. This must undoubtedly be en error, an error j of magnitude, it is an undertaking for be yond the powers, or to speak mere plainly, far beyond the wealth of the inhabitants to perform, and we are perfectly aware, that in this town, should such an act be attempted to be enforced, fertile as the county if, and rich *b it is by nature, the generality oT the ™»nnl» would desert it for Straw Port, there by exemplifying the vision of the writer xn I the ast number of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

???? ? 'ms£§N$4Mv!^^m'^ MR. THOMAS LAND ALL, Surgeon, begs tojnform the Inhabitants *f launces ton and its Vicinity, -nat he has opened his Dis pensary in Charles Street, opposite Mr. Hull's. Being provided with a Rood supply of genuine Medicines, the Public may rely on the strictest attention being paid to the compounding nnd making up of Prescriptions, being duly qualified for that purpose. Mr. LANDALi-wiliijeln attendance every morn ing, from Ten to Twelve oVlock, to give advice, prescribe, and iiinocvlate children. There are also to be had at the Dispensary, — Genuine Soda and Seidlilz Powders, end every description of Horse and Sheep Medicines. W Mediciae und Advice to the Poor gratii. June 11n-), 1836. I Ten Dollars Reward ! I YN consequence of the loss, by the Under ? J signed, of a Cornwall Bank Note, No. 40, ? for Five Pounds, in rather an extraordinary -nau- ? ner,— Voyroent of the same is stopped, end Ten ? Dollars reward will be paid, upon the said Note ? being traced to...

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SHIP NEWS. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

[?] ' ': ?-, ., ? 6AII/ED FROM HOEAUT TOWN. On thu '28lh,— Tlif brig Volusia, Capt. Hnnnan,1 for Sydney, with the principal part of her import cargo- 4 of her original passengeis, aud 200 bushels of w heat. The Prince Urgent, 400 tons, Capt. Mallaid, with merchandize and passengers from England, had arrived in D'Entrpcastcaux's Channel, and had gone on shore during the night; but should -h«- weather continue moderate, of which tn-T«- !-? no other appearance, there is every prubaluliiy, we ate happy to add, of her being got off will: out damas«.— She brings letters and papers to the 10th of February, but no iiewsol eny pariicu lar importance. . ? The ships*. Gewrge, for Sydney, was expected to sail yesterday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

TO DE SOLD BY AUCTION, On Thursday ncr/, the 9th tfJvj!) initant, et thr Home attached to the Police Office in Laumettan, THE Household Furniture of Mr. P A. MuLGUAve, with a number of other arli clef, his property, including :-A Rouble barrelled Wing piece, teveral pairs of Pistols, »m« Wine in bottles, a quantity of Books, and a Hull of an improved breed. Approved Bills at three months from persons purchasing to the amount of £10 and upwards, will be taken in payment. ThegoodstoWuken away and settled for the day after the ?nle. ? „ „ ? AH persons having Haims upon Mr Mtjlghavk, are requested to send them in without d.-lav ; and all uersons-liaviiiR niiy hook or tmnfcs in-, longing to him, are irqm-sted to return the sun,* Police Office, Lair o'oti, J»'y G'A, IS29. ALL Perrons laving claims of any. kind upon the police D-| urtnu-nt in ihis Disirir., arc requpstrd to smd in tbeirpn,»--.s imiii-diiii*ly. Bv crder of the Poli.v M»iti'«r«te. K.B.— rorms of accounts wilt be furnished lo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

i - John Armstrong, the Chief Officer of Worstoip street Office, and father of the police, Wed on Friday week, in his 84th year, miter 1)eh)g 54 years in ihe puplic service. Among the notorraas dharaciers whom Armstrong had in Ms. custody; were. Barrington, Huffey White, Haggarty ant Huttowajr, ttid Jerry ibtrshaw— Bell's Iffein Lyndon. The omnber «f apothecaries in Bttgiftnd and' Wales, is computed st about lOjOOOi -Heawm brfp us, fiow do we liveat the tnoulb of each U volcano?— Bell's Life in Ltmdom. Plctcs v. Cupid. — A daily paper contains Ihe following advertisement from a person callin* himself k gentleman : — ' Matiiivony-— -A jjm tieroan, SO years of uge, anxious for that feli city which he feels confident can nowhere be found but Sit .the society of * wife, Is desirous of: obtaining jiii interview with a Indj wh--s« idea* are in unison with his own. fdrtUme it iiditftnta' He; and, as the Intentions of the advertiser are honourable, the whole would be strictly settled on tin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

*T*HE ftOetringiftotoe selection of tend. A somely bound Botifa tor Sab, at the Cornwall Hotel. Any person who map %e inclined to take the whole, may hare tW *t a trifling percentage upon the cost price. Opie's Madeline - r ? ? Valentine's En New Tales Tales ©f the Heart $J ew Simple Tales Illustrations of Lying Montgomery's works THis. Radcliffe'e l^oipho Romance of the Forest Sicilian Italian [blayne Castles of Athlin and Dun Lafiy Morgan's France Italy ( Oaston de BlondenUe i flutchioson's Memoirs Modern BiograpJby Byland's Spain . Dance of Dot* Gales Voyages peregrine Pickle Canterbury Tries Smollett's Work* 'French Serjeant Honor o* Hara Multura in Parvo The Provost anfl Annals of the Parish fUossoms of Anecdote sWdy Morgan's Sajvator Rosa £onthey's Eddish Poete BSnpan Gilbaize Goldsmith's Work* Gibbon's Roman Empire The Parish priest Johnson's tines of fhe Poets Henry Earl of Mosxland Pratt's works Seoresby'a^royasre WDermoton Taste pirftensoq's Farmer's coaipamoa Bneoke'6 Gaz...

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THE HIGHLAND HUNTER'S CORONACH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

THE HIGHLAND HUNTER'S CORONACH. I'll wake it no more By Strath Fillao's blue fountain, By Achray's lonely shore, Or Benledi's high mountain No more wnkeB the sound Of the hunter1! bold bugle ; Far in death's narrow mound Lies my lov'd Goilantugal ! How oft has that horn To the chase hailed his coming, At the first break of morn, Ere the bee raised its humming ; Ere the maid, blithe of mood. To the ewe-biight 'was. wending,— , YVh'Hfi«ach spray of the wood ., ? ' Wiiththeaeft-idropi| was bending. , . . j When the fox from the shade Of the- pine-wood was peeping ; When the deer through the glade In the Jay dawn was leaping; When the titiSt of the hills From the sun-rise- was flying; r And no sound— save the rills, And the -wild breezes sighing— Then—oh, . then— the far cry Of his dee^-bayihg beagle, From her eyrie on high Bow it started the eagle ! , Boused the stag from his rest . / In the glen of eroen braiken— / But no more it's loud quest / Coilautugal shall waken! / Ay ' now may ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 July 1829

BIRTH. — On the 27th List, at Rosetta, Paterson's   Plains, The Wife of Lieutenant Thomson of a     Daughter.         MARRIED.— At St. John's Church, Launceston,   by the Rev. W. H. BROWNE, L. L. D. Captain   HARWOOD of the Cutter Caroline, to Miss ELIZA- BETH HOOPER of this place.   DIED.— On Monday last, the Infant Son of Mr.   JONATHON GRIFFITHS, after a short illness. It   was interred on Thursday last, in a very neat   vault, prepared by the fond parents expressly   for it.       Subscribers to the''LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER" are respectfully informed, that the annual sub-   cription will be £2 12s. Single Papers 1s each.     if paid quarterly in advance 10s. per quarter. Advertisements to Subscribers 8 lines and under &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

TO be Let«r Sold by Priyate Contract, ? the House and Premises lately occupied by Sirs. Muj.guavc. Apply to Mr. J. W. Guusow, Solicitor, Laun I coslon. I Police Office, Lamcrtlarr. I Julg&hi 1820. ALL Persons baring claims «f any kind upon the Police Department in (his District, I arc requested to s^nd in thrirpapers immediately-. I By order of the Police Magistrate, I ,. _ _? , } J-W. BELL, Chttf Clerk. I \. B.-Forms of accounts *ill he furnished to I Applicants. ? ., . I DISPtiNSAUr. MR. THOMAS iLANDALL, Surgeon, 'be|{s to inform the Inhabitants of Launr.es I ton and its Vicinity, that he has opened his Dis ? pensary in Charles Street, opposite Mr. Hull's. I Bring provided with * good supply of genuine ? .Medicines, the Public may rely on the strictest ? attention briiif paid to the compounding and ? making up of Prescriptions, beipg duly uualiGed ? for that purpose. , I Mr. Landall will be in attendance every tnorn ? m*, from Ten to Twelve o'clock, to give advice, ? presc...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. I The undermentioned have obtained Tickets of H Leavn : — ^B William Rnrion, 143, Lord Melville, JamofH ; Crawshaw, 202, Dromedary. H , It having liwn satisfactorily made to appear, ^m , that the Ticket of Leave, No. 817, granted loH , Simon Stan or Stoano, 81, per Minerva, on the^B , 16th Oct. 1821, lias been accidentally lost, arc^B . newed Ticket has been granted him. ^m H Out Pious John TunpiK.— John Tnrpin, waiter *t^B 1-ut an inn at Dartmouth, tn 1791 made free withcone^l tut of his master's plate, and was whipped at the tail H iian ofa cart round the tow n ; after which lieweutteH pos Totnes, and commenced Methodist preacher. A fetrB Con months after, he had the assurance to reltirn ItB jaot Dartmouth to proclaim hie conversion, and to ^B J-e! preach the Gospel, tie soon col lecled a.g real tm ?? goo ber of people- round his pulpit as before he nuBH parl done round his curt, und among others hemuhlB «nd a convert of the iurtiih clerk, who freely...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 13, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFEETISER. MONDAY, JULY 13, 1829. It is 'the public duty of n. Journalist to dispe! delusion; but in tho discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in nrcvfntintr (lie .f.gis of truth from confronting and dissipating their jiower. Awaken from your slumbers, oh ye Tas manians, and let your first demonstra'ion that you h»vo so done, be, the calling a General Meeting of all the Inhabitants throughout this Island, to meet at the sev eral tovrnships simultaneously, and let those who cannot attend appoint some friend of neighbour to act and sign for them ; let the meeting be called for the stated and express purpose of petitioniug His Majesty, and the British Parliament to grant us those rights and iminunit:«3to which n« subjects of Britain we are entitled. Let Trial by Jury form the leading feature, coupled with nn House of Assembly, chosen, by the Colonists, and not appointed by the Home or Local Gove...

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Norfolk Plains, July 9th, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

? July gift, 1829. Mr. Editor, Great dral of bustle hero, occasioned by my recent letter (o you about tiie ' Chandler' t Simp ;' as for you, nothing less than prosecution, I you may enjoy it by anticipation ; the case is I submitted to (lie gentlemen of the long robe, but I do not make yourself uneasy, for I am willing I that you give my name if railed upon; and fur o ^B tbor, 1 shall be glad of a Court of Justice to » ^B make a few very pertinent remarks. The Collc '' H e«te— Oh the Collegiate. ! ! ! ^m News. — It appears to he the wish of certain ^M parties to disgust a certain Magistrate wilh the ^B duties of his olnce, in order that he may resign, itaB liut I am aware that he has too much sense to t ?? y- t in the manner they wish him to do ; it is very i| ^m liandy to have a place to put a relation info, sup )? pose it is only /^300 or ^400 a year. Our lnte (?? Court of Inquisition — Oh if I dared lo make its o^B wont prominent features known, but they must oBfl lie hid until t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

Cargo per E LIZA B E TH. THE undersigned h s received a most valuable cargo, per brig EuzaiietUj which is now landing, and for sale at his stores, retail, and by the package, viz : — Fine flavoured Cognac brandy West Indinrum of very high proof Hollands in pipes and rases Taylor's double brown stout in wood and bottle Very superior Madeira in & casks Sherry and 1'ort wine in bottle Collison's superior Cape wine in £ pipes Bronte Madeira 1-ine hyson, Tonkny hyson, and liyeou-skiu tea Isle of'Fiauce and refined sugar Brazil tobacco English soap in 561b. boxes An excellent assortment of iron, and cast iron cart boxes Spring steel for carriagei, blistered and shear steel Flintglass tumblers, wine glasses and decanters Canister gun-powder Fine table rice, curry-powder Illankets, striped (-hills Mens' corduroy trowsers, fancy waistcoats - Calicoes, prints, threads, 1h|H's, nnd bobbin Welsh llnunels, bandanna handkerchiefs Cotton boxes, black silk for ladies' dresses Muslins and mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

The Launccsfon Advertiser. PERSONS residing in Hobarliown and its neighbourhood, wishing -o become sub scribers (o the above-named publication, are res pectfully requested to (otvrnid their mimes either to Mr. John Fawkner, s-i-nr. Marqunrie street, or to Mr. J. 1'. Deauc, Elizabeth street. LauncP6(on, May 18th, 1829. ON SALE, just landed from the Queen Charlotte, a BOLTING MACHINE, com plete, wMli spare wire*, &c. For price &c. apply to Mr. Biurkll, orjthc un dersigued. S.T. MAUGHAN. 21st June, 1R29. PERSONS who may wish to reid the latest English News, will find n (election of periodicals, amongst which are Bell's Life in London, the Qnniterly Journal, the Edinburgh Itericw, the Jo-irnnl of Arts and Sciences, ihn New Monthly Magnrine, La Belle Assemblce, and other nmusing periodical*, always open to inspec tion at the Cornwall Hotel. Lounresrou, June 25th, 1R29.

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