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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the COLONIAL TIMES. Sir,-As it must be evident to every think- ing mind, that the Great North Road from Hobart Town to Launceston ought to be pro- tected (in preference to remote situations), in consequence of the traffic and frequent inter- course of travellers between these two towns, I cannot but confess my surprise and regret to find, that so little attention is paid to pre- vent the highway robberies, which have so frequently occurred during the last eighteen months, highway robbery being previously unknown amongst us. It has been already noticed, that there is no Magistrate upon the line of road from Earle's Ferry to Jericho, (a distance of forty miles) and the inconveni- ences the Settlers suffer in the districts of Bagdad, Cross Marsh, and the Green Ponds, is severely felt. These three places are left without any visits from Magistrates ; and I beg to say, that the districts alluded to have more wealth and industry in them, than in m...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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ANOTHER LEGAL FRACAS. YORK SPRING ASSIZES. Moll[?]y v. Swallow the younger. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

ANOTHER LÉGAL FRACAS. "YORK SPRING ASSIZES. Moll >y v. Swallow the younger. This was an action for a bieach of promise of marriage. Mr. BLACKBURN opened the pleadings. Mr. BROUGH*M stated the case to the Jury. Sarah Molloy, the plaintiff, was the daughter of poor but respectable parents, living within six or seven miles of New Hall, the seat of the defendant's father. That in- dividual was a person of great wealth, which he had acquired as aii ironmonger. He was still living ; but his son inherited a property under the will of a relation which he was instructed to describe as very ample. This Íoung woman, Sarah Molloy, previously to iving in the defendant's family, had lived as servant in the neighbouring county of Derby, in the very respectable family of Sir G. Sit well. She had there acquired a high cha- racter, when a misfortune befel her, which sometimes, from the inexperience of the sex, befal young women of high rank and better education. She had been seduced and had bornea...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

drittel) îExtratt*. J "Extract of a Letter from Newark, Macqüa T¡e¿river,. Van Diemen's Latid, Márclr5yÍ824. i--«'I'havè now "anopportunitybf addressing yon from my Own farm', 80 miles in;the inte- rior^; having obtained a grant from Govern- ment of 700 acres, which, with the back runs on the hills, is equal to 1000 ; at present it is of: no, very great yälüei,but' I have no doubt it will be in avery few-years".1' ';'. r-'"' . ~~.; -; !' ?'?'« I have been\ obligedlo expend àgrëat'dèâl more money than I was at all aware of when in England," and have had the misfortune to place my çoods iii the hands of\L*-~-& Co. who have failed, and left me short about JÍ200. *«-I fortunately did not bring many goods' out with me, for the markets haye been very; bady with a> loss on returns of 20 per cent. Oh almost; every species of goods. ; I now live' .on my own ¡property^; free of rent, tithes, tàxêsi or tates whatever, a very moderate share ofindustry will ensure mesuccess. The expen...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

Ship News Arrived on Wednesday, the ship Midas, Captain Braigrie, with 150 female prisoners. She left England the 24th July. Arrived yesterday, the ship Catherine Stewart forbes, Captain Chapman, from England. Arrived at Launceston on Wednesday week, the schooner Martha, belonging to Mr. Robin- son, with 400 seal skins. This vessel will shortly sail for the Isle of France. Sailed on Sunday last, the ship Moun- taineer, Captain Herbert, for Sydney, taking up 200 sheep from this Colony.--Passengers, Mr. E. P. Smith, Mrs.T. Smith, and Mr. S. W. Mansfield. Sailed on Tuesday the brig Lord Rodney,   Captain Charlton, for Port Jackson. Sailed on Saturday last, the brig Cyprus, Captain Todd, for Port Dalrymple.-Passen- gers, W. Walkiushaw and J. Rankin, Esqrs. Price of Bread-11d. per Loaf. Sitting Magistrate-A. Moodie, Esq. *** Holiday at the Bank on Thursday next.

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MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

M^iïSJMteiUSItâw. ., ~., ,,..*.*-<-, '--->-«-Ptrzpw ri-r Anniversary 'íUocifíniT «f ihí« Srfrifetv^folnilr. ii I/ice at 'the new tUM PHREY, Esq. in the Chair.' fcotwithstanding the incessaut and heavy rain, there was a very numerous assemblage of the most re- spectable Inhabitants of this Town, including a number of Ladies. The iieport was read, and ordered to be printed. The Resolutions, usual on such occasions, were agreed to, and a number of excellent speeches delivered. Those of the Attorney-General and the Co- lonial Treasurer, Mr. Thomas, appeared prin- cipally to carry with them the sentiments of the Meeting, That of the latter was upon the important subject of conveying religious instruction to the Crown servants in the in- terior.-The Attorney-General also spoke as to the necessity of paying some attention to the education of the numerous young chil- dren, now bringing up in the mostjdteadful state of ignorance, and totally destitute of any knowledge even of t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

Surveyor General*» Oßce,ffobart Ti wnt November 14, 1825. 1 S several of. those Grants forwarded from A the Surveyor General's Office, Sydney, underlay Charge for Delivery in this Colony, remain uncalled for, I hereby give Notice, that all such as aie not taken up by the Par- ties entitled to receive them, before the ex piiation of three weeks from this Date, will be returned to Head Quarters by the earliest op- portunity. P» CAVENAGH, Assistant Surveyor. Commissariat Office, Sept. 16, 1825. 11RESH MEAT to be received during the ' Quarter ending 24th December 1825 : HOBART TOWN. Dec. 2-Andrew Downie.8000 at 3£d. 9-Patrick Wood.8000 ditto 1C-H. W. Mason .5000 ditto Daniel Stanfield, jun.. .3000 ditto 23-Thomas Stanfield.8000 dttto JFKICHO AND LEMON SPRINGS.--John Près* nell, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at >¡d. per lb. ^ BAGDAD AND BRIGHTON.-Michael Lackey, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4Jd. GLENARCHY.-James Austin, weekly Quan- tity, during the Quaiter, at 4d. S...

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THE BUSH-RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

THE BUSH-RANGERS               We regret to be obliged to announce that the hopes we expressed in our last of the ap- prehension of this lawless Banditti, have not been justified by the event. They have pass- ed the Derwent ; how, is not yet accurately known. We believe Mr. HUMPHREY is pos- sessed of information on this subject, which of course he most prudently avoids at pre- sent disclosing. That there are wretches base enough to cherish and foster these un- happy men, is however certain. That such may meet the fate they deserve, is our hearty wish. The mischief they do, is incalculable! They are the worst of criminals, because every offence which the banditti commit, is in a certain degree to be attributed to their aid without which their associates could not so long have evaded justice. It appears, that, about three weeks ago, they passed the River. The first place where they made their ap...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: RRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 November 1825

HOBART TOWN:   FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1825. Perhaps there are few subjects of more im- portance in an infant community, than atten- tion to precedent-particularly when, as   with us, the Members of the Profession of the La possess such infuence in the administra- tion of the Government, with whom prece- dent is referred to invariably,when a point   is to.be carried, which the Law will not bear out. It is with this view that we consider it our duty to submit to the Public a few obser- vations on the probable consequences of the introduction into this Colony of a Tribunal, unknown to Englishmen, but in reference to their own happy constitution, as compared with the frightful tyrannies which prevail in other countries; unknown to Englishmen, but as an object of detestation and abhor- rence ! In considering this subject, we shall limit ourselves Within the narrowest possible bounds, taking it up solely as relates to the general interests of the whole...

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Ship News [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

SHIP NEWS Arrived on Sunday the ship Caudry, Capt. Noyes, from Calcutta and the Isle of France, laden chiefly with sugar.-Passenger, Mr. Reddall, Supercargo-On Tuesday, the new vessel, Sydney packet, Captain Thompkins, with sundries.-Passengers, Mrs.Thompkins, Mr. Macqueen, Captain Taylor (late of the Caroline), and two others.   Price of Bread-~11d. per Loaf, Sitting Magistrate-J. Scott, Esq.

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Sp[?] Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

Sydney Intelligence     ------------------                   We are unable to give to the Tasmanian   Public, in detail, the interesting intelligence which the Sydney Journals communicate. We shall however make short extracts from   them, and endeavour to connect them by in introductory remarks. It appears that as soon as the time for the departure of Sir THOMAS BRISBANE was fixed upon, a Public Meeting was decided upon, to address him ; and a Requisition, signed by several respectable Inhabitants of Sydney, was sent to Mr. MACANNESS, the Sheriff, for that purpose. It was immediately complied with, and the Meeting took place accordingly. A milk   and water Address, merely complimentary to the Governor, was moved by Mr. BERRY, and it was supposed would have met with no opposition. But Mr. W. C. Wentworth ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

ItoxttorougO goutte srtom. MR. DAVID KER begs leavp to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that he has removed from Argj le-street to the top of Eli- zabeth-street, comer of Brisbane-street*, where he has opened his Stores with the fol- lowing well-assorted STOCK, which he will dispose of on the most reasonable Terms, for Cash, Good Bills, Clean Wool, or other Co- lonial Produce, viz :-Gown prints, ginghams, calicoes and shilling; nankeens; Britannia, Beiklcy, and other handkerchiefs ; corduroys, green serge and strong petticoat stripe ; waist coatings and waistcoats, of supenor quality and patterns ; white and striped shirts and trou- sers ; plaid and blue jackets and trowsers ; childrens' cloathing, superior gentlemen's and ladies' drab and black beaver bonnets & hats ; childi ens' bonnets and* hats, of various co iouis;mens' and vomens boots and shoes; superior English childrens' boots and shoes ; wheat and flour bags ; needles and pins ; sew- ing silks, threads, and cot...

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(Front the Australian.,) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

(From the Australian.) " At this period of turbulent excitation of mind, when an important struggle is going on, every trifling incident which can be supposed to bear any relation to the contest, which can be wrought into connexion with it, de- serves to receive some degree of attention. It is for this reason that we advert to one of the occurrences of the week, which probab- ly might otherwise have been passed over in silence. Considered as indicating the opin-, ions of its Members, the Committee formed for the purpose of promoting the establish- ment of a Public School, is by no means a circumstance of a trivial kind. In this Com- mittee " all classes" are amalgamated—dis- tinction is lost. The landholder, the mer- chant, the government officer, all sitting in conclave, with no other individual merit than the capacity of prescribing rules for re- gulating the education of the rising genera- tion, with no other recommendation than a fitness to watch over the morals of the Colo- nia...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

«Poïûm.iï Wintro. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1825. We have before us the Sydney Newspapers to the 17th of November. Their contents are of a nature to excite the liveliest sentiments of satisfaction, at the happy state of our Au- stralian brethren. But when we compare it with our own, the contemplation produces sen- sations which we cannot venture to explain, and which, if we could, we are wholly un- equally to. The Sidney Government Gazettehas undergone athenge which does equal credit to its patrons and its proprietor-its sentiments are manly, honourable, and patriotic, lhat jealousy of the Rival Journal, which instead of liberal remark,» had too frequently dege- nerated into coarse abuse, has wholly disap- peared ; and now we read in the " official" columns the cause of the People more strong-* ly advocated, and in much less measured ternis, than any which we, even in our most excited moments, have ever ventured upon. We lament that we cannot do justice to Mr. JÎoweN producti...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

LATEST INTELLIGENCE FROM INDIA.   By the Candry we have received Letters and Newspapers to the 14th July. We haye   inserted in another place an extract of a let- ter from a Correspondent, relative to the Almorah, which will no doubt be considered interesting. The seizure of this ship appears to have excited a considerable sensation in India, as the Calcutta Journals are filled with extracts from the Australian, and with com- mendatory observations thereon. It is re- markable that the Sydney Gazette is hardly, if at all, noticed. We have inserted an ar- ticle from the Hurkarru of the 24th May, and we shall give further extracts next week. By other letters we understand, that Captain BREMER has only seized the Almorah, on be- half of Captain MITCHELL and the Slaney,   having most handsomely expressed his deter- mination not to interfere with his brother Officer's prize in any other way than to pro- tect his rights. The Almorah is not to be &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

Government Public Notice. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 10, 1825: WHEREAS various Grants of Land have been made in New South Wales, and its Dependencies, on Condition not to be ali- enated within Five Years from the Date there- of; And whereas such Condition was im- posed in order to ensure the due Cultivation of the said Land ; but generally this Object has been effected, although that Condition has not been strictly observed.-Now Therefore, in all Cases, in which Fences, Clearing, or Buildings shall have been completed accord- ing to the Condition in the said respective Grants contained, I do hereby release all the Rights, which have accrued to His Majesty,   His Heirs, and Successors, to the same Lands, in respect of any Breach of the aforesaid Condition before the Announcement of His Majesty's new Regulations, on the 18th Day of May last. By His Excellency's Command, F. Goulburn, Colonial Secretary. Bank of Van Diemen's Land AT a General Meeting of the Proprieto...

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THE BUSH-RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 2 December 1825

THE BUSHRANGERS.     On Friday evening last, about dusk, Brady, Bird, Dunn, Murphy, and four others, made their appearance at the house of Mr. ROBERT BETHUNE, at PittWater. They made himself,   his overseer, and all his servants     prisoners; and, taking possession of his house     and premises, remained there the whole of   the night and the next day; on the evening     of which, about 8 o'clock, Mr. WALTER   BETHUNE and Mr. BUNSTER arrived there on horseback. The weather was extremely rainy. On their arrival at the door, a man presented himself, who called out, (as it to servants) to take Mr. Bethune's horse, and who turned out to be Brady. These       Gentlemen were however treated with the     utmost civility. Dinner was provided for them, and every attention paid them. About 10 o'clock, Brady announced to them his   intenti...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 December 1825

£W T^teüw. Sailed fcarly on Tuesday morning, for Port Jackson, the ship Catherine Stewart Faroes, Captain;Çhapman, having on bpard His Ex- cellency Major General Darling^ Family, and Suite." - /, *'*., '-','" . .'*" vv"» - *.,.-' Sai led, on Friday .ttye Midas, Capt. Baigrie, for «Sydney, having on board 69 of the fe-; male prisoners who came oat from England. Sailed yesterday morning, the, Sydney Packet, Captain Thompkins.-This vessel will always leave each port eight days after her arrival. -Passengers, P, Cavanagh, Esq., Mrs. Grant, Captain Taylor, and the Rev. Mr. Coote.

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From the GLOBE and TRAVELLER. June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 December 1825

From the GLOBE and TRAVELLER* June 29. \ This morning's dawn discovered his Majes- ty the Emperor of Brazil's frigate Peranga anchored at Spithead, with the flag of Lord Cochrane flying at the main, as Admiral of the Emperor's fleet. At nine o'clock a com- munication was had with the Victory, the flag-sfiip of the Port Admiral, regarding the customary salutes between friendly Powers, which we suppose was satisfactorily arranged, for, about three in the afternoon, the Peron» ga saluted our Admiral, which was returned by him in the usual manner. Lord Cochrane landed at the King's Wharf, Sally Port, about ten o'clock, when the as- sembled populace gave him three cheers, for which he politely , bowed io return. He walked up the High-street to the George .Hotel, accompanied by his suite. Time and the elements seem to have had some effect on his Lordship's person. He was dressed in a blue,undress military coat, with a fora- ging cap with gold band. His Lordship seem- ed to stoop in his ga...

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Public Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 December 1825

tJübIítí3ilíttíT. At the Public Dinner to His Excellency Sir THOM\s BRISBANE, K- C. B. upon his depar- ture for England, the following speeches were made, amongst those from numerous other Gentlemen : The PUESIDENT (VV.C. Wentworth, Esq.) Gentlemen, I next rise to propose a todst, vhich I Hould give simply and without any comment, were it not from recent occurren- ces, and some diversity in opinion, which perhaps render a few observations neces- sary. V* ith respect to the advantages which are derivable from the institution to which 1 am about to allude, there can be but_ one opinion in a Colony composed as this is, of Englishmen, and inheriting as they do, their predictions in favour of the Constitutional institutions of the Mother Country. But, Gentlemen, I find there is a production in circulation, in which the introduction of those grand political blessings, those birth-rights of every British subject in this Colony, is sought to be deprecated, and the Colony re- presented to be...

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Co Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 December 1825

To corresponddents " GAFFER," on the change in the Govern- ment Printers is inadmissible.- We are on our guard against incendiaries ; and if the writer is not such, he is in perfect igno- rance of the real circumstancess. In either case, we are superior to insulting a fallen foe, even such an one as the ''official" slanderer. Mr. Loane's Communication, on the Mimosa Bark, having been transmitted to the Go- vernment Gazette, of course requires no farther publication. The " SPY DETECTED," is received.- If such a perfidious violation oî the laws of hospi- tality has indeed taken place, the base be- trayer shall be exhibited in h'i proper cha- racter, both here and in the sister Colony. But the respected proprietor of Homebush is beyond the reach of slander. The " SUNBURY HUMBUG" depends upon cir- cumstances. " Hic NIGER EST, HUNC CAVETE," is receiv- ed. We cannot condescend to an alterca- tion with every reptile. When a black snake hisses, we guard against poison. If the writer of the ...

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