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Extract of a letter from our Correspondent of Hobart Town, dated April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 27 April 1825

Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at - Hobart Town- dated April Q&. ' The recent arrivals from Eqgjanf?, and SVif ? ney, are pregnant with intelligence of impor tance. The entire change j()f the. Sydney Government is somewhat unexpected. Mr. M'Leajy, the Gentleman who is appointed \(% Succeed Major Goulburn, is very well known tn every person who lias been at a!l concerned with trie Navy Office. He is an elderly man, with a large family ; of amiable manner*, and excel lent understanding; a perfect man of busirtea and. in every way a different man (as a Public Officer) to Major Goulburn. Dr. Douglass, of whom so much was said, as to a controversy between htm and the New South Wales Magis trates, which ended in the removal of Sir John Jamieson, Mr. Marsden, Mr. M 'Arthur, and several otner Magistrates, from the Commission, is appointed to succeed Mr. Humphrey, as Superintendent of Police here; and a Mr.- Wal- ler, of whom nothing but the name is Icnown, is said to be ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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(From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 27 April 1825

( From a Correspondent.) Extract of a letter, dated Leiih, October 30, IS'24 : — ' Trade continues steady, and upon the ftiiole pretty good ; and money is obtained with much less difficulty than in former times. The Royal Bank have reduced the interest on money lodged with them to 2 per cent, so little need have they of it, but continue to charge 4 per cent, on bills. These who depend on the inte rest »f nmiifv atone for a livincr are not so well off as formerly, their income being: much re duced. The City of Edinburgh feeling disposed to get relief of the money advanced by them on l he harbour of Leiih Wet and Dry D--rfcs, am ou n i ing to upwards of j&JOO,OOO, iniiinated to the Public thai they intended to resign all right and title theieto, upon being paid the mo ney advanced to them. In order to obtain this object they proposed to form the whole concern int » a Joint Stock Company, and to dispose of it in shares of «£!00 each, and thereafter to be ^uveraed and managed by...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 27 April 1825

EXTBACT OF Government & general orders.     Government House, Hobart Town9 April i4-£, 1825.   IT bas occasioned i he LIEUTENANT   GOVERNOR much concern that the continued' Out,-   ra^cs of til? two Prisoners, M*Cabeana Brady* liive led to the untimely death of another Set tler. HIS HONOR has directed that a Reward of;   Taemy five Guineas shall be given for the x^p prehrnston of eh her o** thes-: Men; and lhat i'my. Prisoner, giving such 'information as may i i'.i-?city Ipad 10 their Apprehension, shall receive a racket of Leave, and that any Prisoner apjWe li^iuiit^ and securing either of them, in addition t the above Reward, 6hall receive a Conditional 1'ardon. The Magistrates are very pressingly tfesired i-- circulate this Order, and to direct the Con s ,h\es to visit ail Huts of Slock keepers, Shepherds, and others in their respective Dis 1 1 i ij ! * ; .noli j,v ing th e Re w ard s - - ffered...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 27 April 1825

WEDNESDAY, APRIL S7, 1825. Tht Loaj *-/ Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. Weekly Return of the Prices of Article? 4' Latuicormi : — Wheat, 10s. per bushel ; barljey, 6s. per diiig.V poiaioe*, 7». per civ t ; betf,i5d. per ib ; inuU&t, 0, per ib ; pork, JJcl.' per Ili ; butter, '^s. 6d. pefr Ib ; cheese, Is. tjd. per ib; ?ggs, £s. 6d. pei tTbzeu ; hayr\£a per tori. J ? 00000 ? -SHIP J4EWS. — On Sunday last,. arrived the cutter Speedwell,. Mr. H assail master, from Fort Jtacfcsou, withTOCrchatMfize. . — CKKKX) ? We have received accounts from a quarter in tfbicte we phice implicit reliance, that the East India C» mpkiiy have opened a communication: with tlie Cakuiial Gortruineni, on the subject of j establishing fr College in this Island, for the im portant purpose olF educating the British, born ' JNeuv^ of iuditt, tye make ik»e of tbis iasi . expression, wiinh is raiher of a confused nature, ii) order . to . avoid coarser expressions. The yuulht alluded t-!-. consist of two classe...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

THEJTA8MANIAN. ?WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 18-23. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence, Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in Lautieeston :— Wheat, 10s. per bushel; barley, 0*. per duto ; potatoes, 7s. per cw^ ; beet, 54. |-cr|b; mutton, 5d. per Jb ;' pork, 9d. perJb; butler, 3s. 6n\ per Ib ; cheese, Is. tfd, per Ib ? eggs, 2s. fjrj. per tiozeu ; hay, ^5 per ton. ' *. ? ...nriA/viA ?

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

To tne Editor of tlit Tmmaman. 01*, Once more I beg leav*, throaeb tnnr ^ Jomns, (o repfy to my old friend 'A ToL^ Ithever ««s rov inteation, Sir, or aov of watcb, to wage- 'a wordy wht* wifh ,bf« A'J iwlii ; but as be ha, a^.n thn.ghi propcr ,; marshal toireth r a host o{ a^rttons, d,.,sl|v on founded as those he set out with, f am oW* mined to oppose the.n ; and by «iatin» n»thinJ but truth, try whethnqtfsW]HK& fa. u! urn uidAnu was ??; i' wuanie^he neVii. ?? And now, Mr. TWt^r, pro^ee^ns on the supposition, irt which your fanffiwfce bear. Jl out, that you were ort!?W tht fariy on whon we are said to have committed an outrage, I be r to ask, Sir, why you did not, im permit, beirm superlatively qualified, mjk. a Sptespnta'ion of the case, a id apply for redress, to our Sun ri'(i tendent f « No, no,' yo« say-' we can, wi.boot ' scruple, in a pubic Newspaper, state what *?!' think prop-r as regards convict constables fivith out lak.og free men in' the account) ; but before a ...

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POET'S CONNER THE LOVERS [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

P O Eti COt N L Ii. f HEiLoVERS. The even tide tmrl conif ,— -rurJ pear the west Hie young inoon shone in glory, and the sky uas cttar And blue, end in the disisnce stars were seen :— lo solitary mood L wantfer'd qii; ?-«.- , The fcene was I9i*!y*«r~''wto5 «ti Apfil e.\te;*-i.f And tender bk-eWm «t» fonfctyee vfc* fo**tui, ????? Thick. «httie,,btMM4ng*i *Hb fui, »t4 spots, And beauty all :— 'twas here 1 eiaj'd a lime; Sicte of an aged apple tree I stood, That ofi bad seen the moon louk on its leaves, An/1 *^#f I'fc«irf4 mtT^in ii/kiin.t ann j'ilrl lie Innt - ' ? 1 siood in thought ; two youth! u) forms ap proachVJ ; - ? ; ? Young lovers thejp-; they were the r/htldirn^ loo, Of ihose 1 long had. numb^r'd with my friends. They slowly wftikdJock'd arm in arm, as close, As though a fear of danger, they had felt. The youth now giasp'd her hand, and thus he said, *' J will resign you t© him — have Mm — have him, Heav'n bless you with him :'— he could say no .more, ? ? - Biit in his eyes t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. M**~ |?OR HOBART TOWN. :aBL The Fine Fast-saifing r^ffitf^fc. Schooner SALLY i« ex --^^BH^SSk^L course of a few Days, and ~^^^*B^^^^ immediately after discharg ing for Cargo will proceed to Hohart Town — For Freight, Apply to Mr. Archibald Thom son, Cameron-street. Launceston, 20 h April, 1825. -^ ,pOR SYDNEY DIRECT, J«rrft!t '??- and will posinvtly SAI Lin /KmSEv . course of a few Davs from this fc^S@P\| Date, the Fine Fa^t sailing W&gMi^ Brig QUEEX CHAR Ififfijffihi LOTTK, Robt. Jameson Master. This Vessel having fine Accotnmoda'ion for Passengers, Persons wishing to avail themselves of a favorable Opportunity, «re requested to make early Application to the Couimander, on board. Lauoceston, 26th April, 1S°.5. j^ FOR SALE, jK^^ T^HE nOOO CUTTER S^^fts^ * SPEEDWELL. ^SSmWB^i r?ow 'v'n«? at the Kind's -VMJMfaffi^^T Wh«rf, Lannceston. She »W^^^m**m*EW was hui't at Sydney, by Mr. Olipham ; is a sound substantial Vessel, about 9. - Tons burden, well found, and ha...

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[FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTE OF APRIL 7.] [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

fvvfiM rm trbKPY OA«Rtri! or amitl tT His May»*ty was in the be« ttaf« of Iw&tth ton the ? Hh «f ' Deceititier last ' * ! The Proclnmntion, offering reuprcU f^r jj^ q prehension of hush rangers, ha« bren hi tended with considerable success. Th«-se marauders are fJaily being'Todged in s«fe custody. ? Ihe Guilford has safely reached home. Wj» I utp happy to add, that the gentlemanly and kind 1 Jripatment of Captain Jrtfni^oirfo hti pl^engers I during the voyage, hod *ficifpd frtiiii them, h« a The William^\^tf, wnich vc^f loft th.sCo. lony for Batavia on the ^8-h of Kiarcl), 1824, U again tal«en up for these Colonies. The Prince fiegent^ schooner, belonging to Richard Jerries, E^. may shortly be expected, with a cargo of Saxon sheep. ; Tire Asia teas 'iVin|r at F^lmouth when the f H ugh Crawford ieff . She was ex p«-cted to sail daily. His Honor LteuVeriant'Go^rni&f 'Stewart is on board thfsshrp.1' ' The ship Counte&s Dalhousie, Captain Stewart which sailed hen...

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Extract of a Tetter from our Correspondent at Hobart loan, dated April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

Extract of a hetty from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated April 29. ' There ha* been no arrival since my last. The public mind is considerably occupied here, in consequence of a refusal, on the part of the l.iF.uttNANT Governor, to order the new It aval Offic*r to discontinue the exaction of 15 p-*r cent, on all wiu^s, &-*. sont from England, wiih a further addition of 10 per cent, on the i invr«icf- uri*»f». A strnnnr \ptte*r li^ie lippn nA le dressed by the Lieutenant Governor to the ** Merchants, highly approving of the conduct of ^ the new Naval Officer; and adding, that it is his Honor's intension to represent it in the most ' favourable manner to His Majesty's Ministers. 0 The Merchants are extremely dissatisfied with -h this ? and a Public Meeting is said to be in con °f tesi) plation, to take it fnto consideration, and the °f oiher complain is which the mercantile interest h mike. le « The Hervey'e non appearance, has creattd P» much uneasiness. She sailed six ...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE OF APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

PKOM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE OF APRIL 29 We hear with considerable shame that the streets of Launceston are no less superior to those of Hobart Town, than moon beams are to the rays that glimmer from a Charley's lanthorn. On the 24th ultimo, Brady and M'Cabe, the bushrangers, were at the Clyde, and robbed Mr. Barr's premises of every valuable they   contained. Mr. Hugh Cassiday, a farmer in the district   of the Tea-tree Brush, recently apppeared at   the Police Office, to answer to a complaint exhibited against him by the Chief Constable, for harbouring Samuel Fletcher, a convict, who   had absconded from the Gaol at Launceston, and who had been at large nearly 18 months.—   The case beeing clearly proved, the Magistrates (A. W. H. Humphrey and A. Moodie, Esqrs.) convicted Mr. Cassidy in the mitigated penalty     of five dollars for the offence, and a dollar a-day for each day Fletcher was em...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

BIRTH—At Macquarie Grove, on the 3d. in-                   stant, Mrs. Samuel O. Hassall, of a Son and Heir.                 The following is the Average Prices of Ar- ticles at the Sydney Market of the 7th ult:— Wheat, 7s. 9½d. per bushel ; maize, 4s. 9d. per ditto; barley, 4s. 0d. per ditto; potatoes, 6s. 3d. per cwt; butter, 2s. 3d. per lb; eggs, 1s. 9d, per dozen ; fowls, 3s. per couple ; cheese, 1s. 6d. per lb.             The Loaf of Two Pounds, 4¾d. Printed and Published by George Terry   Howe by whom all Orders are received.  

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LATEST SYDNEY PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

LATEST SYDENY PAPERS   [FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTE OF MARCH 31.]   On Friday last, about four in the afternoon, as the wife of Mr. John Crawley, a settler of Richmond was returning from Sydney market with a cart, containing little sundries for domes tic purposes, she was accosted by three men on the Richmond road, about four miles from the town of Windsor. Tbcy stopped the can, aiid   CQiiimidcd r.hkr-. mc«ev— -pne placed i -Di8( J' at the horse's he«d, &' second stood- on the side of tlife cart, jtBd the thir-J leaped icto the cart, who handed -hj- the property to hiin that was neaicst. Mi 6* Grawky had oniy one of herchiidreu with her at the-iime, a boy oniy a few years old. As soon as tbt^y niled the cart of its contents, Win. Cf drove off at lull speed, exclaiming ihe would jiav* ihevt yd ; when «ne of the villain^ replied ja the usua4 biaeplitmousmaoinei, bhe reached pome about subset, and infip* med her husband of iiljtbe circumiiaoc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

-w-nBf»trfW ®$ REQUESTS. - - 1'ABt.E OF FEES, ? Where the Stan sued far (foes not trceed 40s. For «*n tiering Mprvery Plaint and Cause £ s. d. ? forTr af,audforissuinir fvciy Sutii ? toons ????%-.? * ***:* .?..»??....«.?? 01 (* E«'cserv4i^g stichr^Jummuns »*.*???? 0 I © Fur trial; of t&eOause and enrerirfg ? Jutfwtnwut .s%taV**:- ?? ?»???* ????*????? O £? O KorWfh^f Execution ..-...?..=..-. O 1 O For seiMig or^expnutiner ttjesaujfe ??? 0 2 0 1»W ssafef aSna .--r. ? ? ? ? ? «- -?? * i - * ? ? ? ? 0 0 § feir i€ajjy i*J' Plfiionffs' Particulars,!** : ?HM«u^ti-^fffci:c«qavre a Copy O0 6 ..^?(??i «y;?;|- -.?***,* vT?ri-.nf'; ' . .'\ - ? ?? ? '? x #3tex» *fe Skirt sited -r rfoas aof exceed £4. ?or««tertng -Jtrtierj: I'miiir. -and C^use ? f rr n-iai,^md for»s&uing every Sum- - ;-aiifTs'I « *i» ** « ?! *? ? * ? ? '* ? ?'?'* ???? ??» *??? '** ^0' I € iforaehgh^r- stitch Stimtnoris v. »?*-?? 0 i 6 Ifon sriiii not1' ihe 'Ga-ise an d en tiering I'jfedgtaeo* r .s»v ? O ^ 6 Jf-*fc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 4 May 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We must apologise to the "FREE CONSTABLE" for his not having been inserted in our last. ....oooooo...... SHIP NEWS—On Thursday last, sailed the cutter Eclipse, Mr. James.Reibey master, for Sydney, vmh a cargo of seel skins and «alt.— Passengers, Mrs. Thomson and children, Mrs. Reibey, and Mr. Spencer. ? QOOOO-t-^ We have to call the public attention to the most imponant subject which can occupy con sideration—we mean, the state of the supply bf wheat now on the Island, as relates to the de mand for consumption previous lo the next harvest, h is said by those who are the best abie to judge, that there is aot sufficient to meet the demand ; and that every bushel we send away will cost us double the sum, we obtain for it to replace it. We doubt this to the full extent which it is argued in many quarters; but   We are convinced, nevertheless, thai there is a   deficiency ; and that it is jmi the best policy to send wheat *way at such a time a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. '— — ooofx) ? *?' ' U7iLLIA\l SMITH has ON SALE, at his Moies, opposite the Court-house, Ca meron- street, the following choice selected Assortiucnt :— * Fine old Jamaica run), Cognac brandy, supe »iot Hollands, hys--n lea, ftyson skin tea, !s e of France sug?»r7 ci»ft*eet tobacco, snurT, segnis, i 'iiglish ^alt, curranit, pickles aod sauces, uiuv uird, vineg:t-', paint?, paint oil, turpentine, lamp *»sl, cocuh nut oi{, cott-m wick, Madeira wine, !-herry ditto, port ditto, claret ditto, Sauterne onto, cordials, porter in hogsheads and boitle, tie in ditto, corks, shoemakers' hemp, Manilla Tars, cotton shirts, red ditto, duck frocks, duck trov.Str-, blue jackets, blue (rowsers, iudia rali t-jes, iudia prints, English ditto, white dnllf nanUctns, Hue shirting, fine mu*iius, linen bed iickmg, linen shifting, bombazine, canvas and twine, pitch and tar, -edar in log and plank, Knuiibti and B- ngal i-oup, c»ue, painters' brushes, picktrd salmon, supeihue biue cloth, stock ...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

7 b fta Editor of ike Tasmanian. Sir, Trtiisuuu 10 your liberality of sentiment, ac customed urbanity, atid general wish for -the rm-M.eriiv ol lIiis isiand, 1 humbly' presume, ihi i ah your columns, 10 put an iutetrogatory o» vvvo *' to all whom it may concern ;' well ns»ured thai iair an-i caudid answers, if not ge nn.ih benefit ml, will at least lo uaaiiy prove higniy sati&iactoiy : — ' At vduu aiu\ the exwnces be fairfv estJ. r 1 1 mated of thus? men, vino, while said td be I o- sung iii eitcuug prtinises for private indtvi 1 ouuts &omtf lime agvt, iti iheTownut Luuucesloti, i were, at Uie same liuic, victualled and clothed at ? tl,t put-lie ex pence — at the expeucc of the Cr»!\v i* :' *' 'i be Inhabitants (collectively) of the County f»f Convvau, diM la.inuig anv kn*4-vledge of, or f-.'.-iui|i;-iiou in itic reward lately onVred, in their fiami'y *»f one hunriifd guineas, 1 would m-wt v. (ih-ca.t deference * nqttire, whether the Colonial i''mui r« ujuitis exempt...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

7b ihe Editor of the Tusmaman. SlH, In answer to a paragraph forming part of tht iuft/rmatitn afforded by '? A Launcewton CJoc reepondt nt,f- and which appeared in the Hobart Town Gazette of the e9m ult. 1 have briefly to intorm Mr. Buzybody, that being new no longer pmif ) obtain a license to fill my chair, and ttiw embrace an opportunity of discbargiog tbt iub ber of his tuo storey garret on that timtoivtft otocli. however, wirti fegaid 10 my **riiifc cctce convicted of retailing fcpiritt without I license, 1 need only jneaiion, thai if such Iiber Uts w«e hi any ^ lafcefi |-y«ijr vTKWT^ win** convict t r-m 1\o1-$ responsive, it War without my knowVtU*-, without my consent, and i« direct opinion '« &»3* repeated com rriHtids, as the eviduiee adduced in boll) case's jiiuKt olrarfy ie*iify — tad* wtr.ch will, tie long, Hi*p.-»wr Mivro wives, n*-t to ihe prejudiced and fHiitwticcd. but 10 the eye of an unbiased, im parrutl, and discriminating Public. I am, Sir, your most obedi...

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POET'S CORNER. HOPE AND DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

POET'S C O g N F, R. HOPE AND DISAPPOINTMENT, ?* But neither l.-eat, nor fio^t, nor thunder, Mt Shall wholly do «w«y, I ween, -- ,. «f iThe marks of that *hich once htlh bw»/* ' - Coleridge. — -OOUOQ ? r- ™' Say. IDT life! to lltat hksl shall each ' deaa*-*t joy perish f, , ; ?? . \i :._ ,, Shall my heart never feel a relief to its wo *? The hope to possess thee I'll still fondly cherish, Nor ever resign it~ah! never : ahj po. From my breast thai dear image can time ever . banish, ; That love beaming eye, and that bosom of jsoow r .,, . * Tho* yooib wiih its gay-pictur'd~ visions may ?vanish, ? ? Shali I cease to adore thee ?—ah ! oeverVali f no. . ,- -' '*J . On the shrine of ambiliou, sb'ough slaoghter'd iny p**ace is, *?-' ~ .- Say from riches alone does true happiness flow? ? Wealth; rarely our joys—hut our cares oft in-. creases, . Is it gain to desire it ? — ah ! never : ah ! no. Forgive; Heaven! my prayer for ihe death of the mother, Of her my soul priz^ o'er all things below...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

To the ' Editdi of the Ta*mnnlnn'. Sir, To the second letter of the 'Free ConfcfaMe' (which increases in nonsense as it is itremhin to the parnculsir points »♦ my !«s»'), I shtmld consi der it perfectly unnecessary to n-ply ; but, upon the admission or it »»«o your }Japvt, [ hnve some observations to ofTfr. You must rcmetnb' r, Sir that T»U s1**'^ *omewh»t in I rie Mtuaiion oJ a -wH€rrr io» me 1 ««»«' » *»???* ??-«?««. i'*^- %IJ ? iher tbe Communications uffcic& to you ac ntiiti£ toin^i t,he Public f ye, m this capacity I appealed to yjr*u, Sit, Iir|i»poo enquiry, Mr. Editor, you: can learn &#/') to ascertain f»r yourself liie fallacy or tuith ot ray stafement?, which sou can strll do;# for I have no idea of bafidyinir about- the assertion of la&chocKis, oir raihff citlling your Correspondent, the u -Free- Constable/' fair, week »i''*-r week. If you do me the favour, Sir, to read my first or second letter ajteji lively and tin n refer to ihe replies of the ' ...

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