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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

In answer to a letter which has been put into our hands signed 'James 1!$. Odeland,' u^Seg to observe, that the more' certain mode he can adopt to keep his name from our ^Police Report, is never . to make his appearance' at the bar oi' the Police Office.— I: found there, he must pay the same penalty as others— his more * humble' fellows.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

SYDNEY NEWS. In the St*nev-*a£ettc of the 20th ultimo, we have twofare. w^lUdfJff sses to His Excellency - the ^fo^enNOH -S the one from the Lcgifttefive CpBn/*ili ]a«d tfce other from part of the Civil Offi cftsof ^|ke; Colony. The addresses are far f com e?MC$ng; f «?eri the appearance of satisfaction at tfiV $ojjFernor% 'measures? and we observe that £hp ^igugtures *f-f Mr. Justice Steph kn, and the ? , urvet«u*Genebal, are not attached. No ad ores* ha« b^nn «ol^upJ)y u the^p#i-pli*/f On the whole, it is evident that the General leaves the Colony .very unpopular ; and we trust never again to witness -he retirement of a Governor under Similar circomsUnces. i ? The Revehcj*.— Although the Colony has suf. fered «o severely from natural causes, during the greater part of General Darlings administration, it muBt he gratifying to His Excellency to disco ver, on reviewing-the public accounts, that the Revenue has continued steadily to tricrea«i» rinr. tnjt tbe whole period. At present w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

,/,-.; Gi- Launcbston. l ' .--...?... y.. . ? . .. »''?'? ? ~~~ , , , ?. . i - '' JRB^B; 'A nfi^rsaxy., Dinner vgftre* in eonri ['?, M* ru«aj oration ofSt. Andrew, the Tutelar Saint of Scotland, wMI take place At the LONDOfv TAVERN, on the 3Qth of Number instant, j Tickets t-- be had on application Bt the Bar of . Th« Lowdoii Twrniatidat tti«*St. Andrew's Inn, #erih. . - ^ - : . . ! fining oa table at SIXL precisely. : . s ^.JP/io^wpC^e CojnjBUte.«, „ ? i_ , efiO.SIKGi.AlR BKODIE, ; / * . i ? ; i ;???/ . ^ ? Secretary! ? ? i, MKnrrivnTNTrr, puorussinr oil . v .. . I MUSIC'-at SHJiaihorj^tiiiii, itfteoii$ visiting LATJ«ciiST0.N-a&d Its vuinity, during th4 I Christmas Vacation-, and requests that all appli* 1 . cations Cor Tuning,. &c. may J)e adthyessed,, '{{«^t jiklfyiiihiay, ^r&ifa&btpL; previous Io WU| . of Djebemopiv -*-?- ??'-« ?-? ??? ???? : 7' *i;1 |J ~ ?' v -Oct:28i 183*. } -.:» t ^.- ?? : »?-* r : ?? ? ?????? * ; ? ? ' ?' . ? '.' j ? ? ' ? - t...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

THE A D V E R T \S E R. The Adiunistration of Justice.— The read ers of the 'Advertiser' will remember, that some two or three months back, when the ait tings of the Supreme Court were first withdraw* from Launceston, several prisoners were sent to Hobart Town for trial. One of these, LachUa White was arraigned for a capital offeuce, not before the Supreme Court, but the Quarter Ses aious. On the singularity and cruelty of this proceeding we took occasion to remark at the - lime, iwr should we again have touched upon itr 1-ut for the arrival last week of six other prison ers who were sent down at the same time with White, aud have now come hack to Launceston again, untried. By What authority the men are harassed about in this manner before trial, we cannot conceive, as it must be obviously in dla inefrka4— opposition to the spirit of the British — laws, which considering Vvery accused person in nocent, until a Jury has pronoonctd him guilty, are particularly tenacious of jiin%iiiMr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

For England Direct. THE Barque 'SURREY,' Wm. Veale, Commander.   For Freight of Wool, Hides, &c. apply to Ranulph Dacre, on board, or at the office of JAMES H. KEIBEY. Launceston, Nov. 8.   LAUNCESTON E3TiBUSHMEiST. mjISS, U4-TONl-eg8 to inform (tie pub ?T™' tic, that thp partnership between herself and Miss wedge, wtli be dissolve*) at Christmas yd thaHier gstttflMiinWu will re-open, after the Vacation, when ifis her intention to take a limited number of Young Ladies as Boarders, (certainly fiftt exceeding twelve,) and-ttfat~8he will be? assisted by a Lady ially competent to finish ia itraction. , ''Serins, and all particulars, may be obtained |o Citnerpu Street. - . ! ..-. Launceston, .No* 3, 1831. ' ;- -nil i.i.;lf:..--.v ? ?' ,1, .v, ? ??? , ' [ ? _ W GdRBtTT, Ironmonger, has re m?t Oehred, ^~f*Wfc& md Elizabeth,'* lo addition to His fprmer stock in trade— , ?ATftNT KNIFE. SHARPERS Brass .Taper Stands „???;-. Superior Brass Venders ' Bra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

? fTHE Undersigned having dissolved part* -l nership, request that, all claims against thf m may be presented tor liquidation, on or be fbre the 30th lnsta.t, aud thai all |)«frfcons in debted to them Twin«yttle-thHi a - counts by that ~ period -to prevent Ivgal procv^diog** '* -?- *V*- -~-L ' ' JOSSl'H^OOBB,* ' : . ' .: - THOMAS BRANSOROya. October 13th, 1S3U ~ ? V- EN TIKE HORSES, MAGNUS f ROIL, — ASP L £ND I D, dappled bay Carriage ' ^fltHOH^E, three years old, stands up- j wards of 17 hands nigh, t-f 'great strength, and very sup'/nor action, .well, adapted either for, | agricultural purposes or for the road ; being that kj|wN»f Horse so long wanted in the Colony , and ' ?wbictfTannot be obtained by crossing our small niares with the rough-limbed heavy-bodied cart ? horse t-f England. ~ The services of. MAGNUS may be obtained a Douglas Park, Elizabeth River. Terms,— j£3., and 5s- groomage, by a bill at three ninths, sent with the mare|. fixcelleut paddocks, free of expense, till...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 November 1831

'. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1831. ; ? Q ? iij_ ? ^ ? In another column will be found a statement of ihe c xpo.-ts and imports of the Port of Luunceston, to the quarter ending Oct. 10th, 1831 ; by which, it would ap -pearito-tlie-rx^joTts-hn ve exceeded tto-^ im» ports nearly £2000. This, hoWrvel-;' is not sirjetly speaking Correct, because the impor. tatipns from Hobari Town are not brought into the account. These have been very ex tensive ; while the exports coastwise, also ; oraittedin the^tatemenviiavebpen^ompari tively trivial. ~tt is hbwev^r higlily gratify* tng to observe the total amount of me ex- , ? H^ba^l-T^wfl^s^t^emonstrates. roost fully - the rising pros pp» it y and urowh gimportance of this place. With regard to-the-trade be tween this Port and New South Wales, we*, must remark,, that ihe past -quarter affords no true criterion b^wjiicbrwe_eaD juiige* It must be borne in miud Jhat the produce of 1 the elder Colony -wUl--fiad-a tn rket hereai any time of the year whereas ; 1...

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SPECIMENS OF GERMAN GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

SPECIMENS OF GERMAN GENI0S. The institutions of a country 4eFend in. - great measure on the nature of its soil apd situation. Many of the wants of man arc awakened or sup plied by these circumstances. To these wants, ^manners, lews, and religion, must shape and' ac- commodate themselves. The division of land land the rights attached to it alter with the soil ; the laws relating to its produce with its fertility* The manners of its inhabitants are \n various ways modified by itp position. The religion of a miupr is not the'Eaj^e as the jfaith'of a shepherd^ tnor is the character ot a ploughman \io warlike as that of the hunten Jhe jolt^vant legislator .follows the direction of all ,wiese .various 'circj^i* ! stances. The knowledge »qf , the natural adVari -tages or defects of a country thy st form an essen tiHlpart of political scien.ee and history. -Justus Moser, Osnabrujckische Gesqhicl)te. ; Character is a perfectly educated Will.— Novalis. This Ranz des Vaches at once awaked his ...

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FOOTMEN. FROM THE NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

FOOTMEN* worn* the NeW Monthly momi** ^ mmmm iVvL ft«*«»r in Soho-sauare, from . the tall l^j [?] [?] inrpartial justice done them, except to Lady Bpiby^rJq*^ for oue of Jhat_ order. But if not H tft« florifithifln en pitais of ppj|^ig||^cUy^j tlisjE are -*Va: iifrci^ut oraamenfc to the ^ivinpf der.™ ' Lords and ladies could not -Jd without the*D. Noibiog existe hi ttys world but t-y coo tra«t* A ioi 1 is necessary to make the plainest . truths seJf-eviden^ . it : is the veiw insignificance, th«j noo-e«tity as H, were of the gentlemen of the cloth, that constitutes their importance, apd ina&e& them an Hidwpien*ftble feature m the social system* by setting o# ^the pretensions of their superiors to the best advantage. vVnafw-wld be the good ^of having * will ot our owjy jf_ We had not others a$-out us who are deprived of all will ©fcthejr own, and who wear a badge to say^ *M serve f' How can we show that we are' the lords of r the creation but by reducing others to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

_ :-/-: : ' ?'??:?' ??? ? FOB SYDNEY. *V:' : .'/ '? '' r T$SSr HP0 S A I L, positively, in ten days, ' Elizabeth/* John Aldrjdge, commander. ' For Freight or Passage apply to ' T. WILLIAMS. f Launceston, Nov. 14, 1831. - For England direct* ^jBlfe lipHE new British-built Barque, SSbBL A ** M AiiY A nn,» * v James Jack , Conjm.inder, burthen 450 tons. As this vessel bos all her cargo engaged, she will sail early in January. ? - Fw passage apply to the Master on board, or ' Robert Hearse. . Launceston Wharf, 10th No?. . JUST ARRIVED, EX MARY ANN, -?..- ' And for Sale, A Thrashing and Wtaoowing Machine -*3^JKag£O», of very sujteriojr strengtfi. Also, a quantity of CHALK. Apply to RPBJBRi PE ARSE, on board. LaunceBton Wharf, Nov. 10, - ' fiffJCH Persons as may pick up and secure ?^ attjr' part of thiei Gatgo, Sioreey &c, of the Ship HKATNS^wilt be rewarded on giving v«M^^^^^I|^^#Mjh^**- - 1 ..:?.? : Htijeinfswaiiglf easpmSB that some persons harlCpickea vp and secret^ varions ar...

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[FROM THE HOBART TOWN COURIER.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

-^FROM TH^Ho^tART TpWJT COURIERJ ? Some of the Blacks have occasionally made their appearance during the week, in various parts of the Oatlands district, but without hav ing committed any outrage that has come to our knowledge. Some suppose them to be a portion of the half domesticated ones, under Mr. G. A. Robinson's care. The abojye little -paragraph was written on Monday, in consequence o^f the information re ceived by ^hat post. We yesterday received a mass of intelligence giving the particulars of the , appearance of several small tribes in various parts 'f of the Oatlands district on Tuesday and Wed' ' uesda-. Fortunately, from the exemplary cau tion of the inhabitants, and the truly praisewor thy vigilance of the police in that part of the : country, no .fatal outrage had been committed,, and from the immediate presence of Mr. Robin son with the friendly blacks, we most earnestly , hope ttiat a recohci fiatory meeting may be effect* ed, and that the iwurderous tribes may be c...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, Nov. 5, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

HOBAttT TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, Nov. 5, 183L CERTIFICATE— Mary Ann Gratland, 48, Henry. Tickets-OF-Leave.— Margaret Ash, 38, SirChas. Forbes (2).

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

SYDNEY NEWS. The Australian, of the 21st October did not come to our hands until .too late to be -noticed in our last. In addition to^what we theu^ave, ^w^z tind nothing 6f any~partlcular tnomVn t. The fete at Vaticlpse, the residence of W. C. Wentworth, Esq. is thus noticed :— On Wednesday last, upwards of 4000 persons' of both sexes end of all grades, assembled at. Vaucluse, to partake of Mr. Wentworth'- hosjpi tal'rty, «nd to ewo.ee their joy at the approaching; departure. Almost ^oin ^ayd)rea1j tHl darit, t¥e South - nBead road -was crowded by numerous parties in «very sort of -vehicte and on foot.- Sydney might be said to have been almost deserted.; as in vari-; ^ous directions not a soul was to be met with dur. hag the whole afternoon. The scene of the fe,te was on the lawn in front of Mr. WentworHi'sj vvilla, which wa* thrown open- for the reception of all respectable visitants. Pries of loaves, and casks of -Cooj3erV.gXn and Wrighfs strong beer,, were pitched a short way ofF...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

PH1CE OF GRAIN. LAUNC/ESTON. Wheat, . ? 4 : 3 to 4:6 Barley, ? 4 ? 6 — e : 0 Oats, ? 5:0 — 0:0 iFlour, (best) per cwt. 18s.— Ditto (seconds) lft. Meal, 12s. per cwt. ; HOBART TOWN* ?. &. Wheat, ? 5 : 6 Barley, ? 5 : 0 Oats, ? 5 : 0 SYDNEY, OCTOBER the 22-i, 1831. «. d. Light Wheat (dirty) per bushel of 60 lbs. 3 : 9 'Hawkesbury Wheat, (lair quality) ? 5: 0 Bright heavy ditto, ( V.DX. or Argyle) . . 6:9

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EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

KXTBACT8 FROM has, in its »PPli^'H9bif n WaSt patstaoovL « Pf^^°^^S?5-and nothing character of that t|*'j'^ ' j in ,; ir*«t measilrt, Character «f - f^fft^; 'il JSA- which' 1 ssar^t ^'?fcte greater part' ! of wretched-anU nnserab e famU ^s ^ nil,| raiment. It » J M^ ^ '^uade them necessary to health ?»*««£»? pmon8 com, ^^^^^^^ labour, can provide a suihciencjr 0« 1 _ deal richer than the least 'J-t. ?» V , ^ directions about or^ w'^'^^jn^ {n former and the increajed Ja^-P pa 1«* ^e 'TS& iK « *k 6eer, but, in now pays a tax o, ^g&ffi*rii*»W *?»»? Hbo»t ,4d.»«tpwffl4;. B*?iA^ Liif;MBi. requires, in general, »J^T«aoTeJne co»»bip'p *»e d«iBanjaed9; ana me. «?»« y r-' ??..*: ^ ' .: % irreatideal more indeed ; b^^ fiif lSiiie Us ' ft aerate. The jmper mpgey ^^j^& deBteucU^PP^er : j .and ^^ ^a« W^« UQrtyjy&Tftagor ^ v - beej s thVcheapest drink thatafomi^n^se, *^fo$S3k whichltas come ton^lytHTplace ; nf be^r has! in general been tea. ; It 4s tiotonou? that t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 16th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. — o — LAUNCESTON, NOVEMBER 16th, 1831. ARRIVED. Nope »mce our last ? SAILED. On Saturday, the schooner Resolution, Captain Stewart, (late'Lanceyf) for Sydney, with 2000 bush, ?of wheat and 0 bales of wool Passengers— Messrs. Griffiths, James, Stewart, Scott. & Plainer, Mrs. Paehley, and William and A. Williams (Malays). Same day, the Fanny, {oi Sydney,) H. Thorne, master, for'Svdney, with 576 bushels of wheat— S. Howell and Henry Keeling* passengers. .Remaining— Barques, Mary Anne aud Surrey. ; brig— Mary and Elizabeth; and schooner Prince Regent ^ hobart to: wv*rc-y. is, vWii; SAILED. .On Friday, the barque Drumraore, Captain Petnc, for the Mauritius, with a cargo of wheat, &c. Pas sengers, Major aud Mrs. Douglas, Capt Smith, Mr. Passmore.

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

^MtSCELLANEA. - A simple and ingenious method tias lately been ? devised, and .earned into effect, by which flour ; ; in .the formation of bread; is made also to yield a certain quantity of alcohol. A tube cqmmunicat- ' ing -ith t^ieoven in^sucha manner as to collect the vapour which rises from the bread during the' ^rocess^-^^Hlig^x^M^Tite1^^ another apartment, and made to pass t h rough a wpnm surrounded with water, where it is con densed. The .product is. re-dis tilled and vields . abourthreeMWrtlraofan Dunce ot spirits from eacli the contrivance, Which is calculated to be of eyi den^ service ;ln reducing Ae, price of bread.— ; Medical Gazette, ? ,_ r , , liLcrjfibky Ep^ct of PAiNTiNGS.~An arausini ' been at the bombardmenlorAigletv ^ i-ai4 tt^LuZf ovlr for an tsWwas s^ack L^'^-Lt V beheld-be Mtched U.WM«jJ ^TVrri t^-^hed his-rowsers and toro-d -which was Dearii-g u . IL^^i ^ther persons. hearties, no ' ' Mr\r:' Terror was now ! ^^r.tC'i.S'tte Mr 0- had « 4hie V.as beeJ dead thre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

NOTICE. TTNLESS Mr. ^Georc* Wjllett, of ^ ^F^epbj^fHains MUVdoes, on tHrb^r fore the 4 9th^ay~oTthfi present mpoth, jwty«the sum ot £8 15s. *5jL* which debt was contracted in^thr y«iT 1^9, and lorj^hKh he deposited a double-barfeHt'd L'crcussioniiUN,** security,, the same will.be Sold by Pttbljc Au«ton^j me, --n ^he sanie daft, at the £ora wall stores, Charles Street, laum*ston. ^^orJIMTQN^ ;#dv. T2, T&SU ? '— ! WANTED, by the Undersigned— TEAMS, tocogyey ajarge quantity of Mimosa BaVk from Cressy, ou iheXake^Riiretr to fcaunceston., during the months of November, arid December. Persons willing to undertake the same, 'will hear particulars on application to Mt. YVicLiAMS, or Mr. Waikinshaw, Launceston. The- Uttdersignftd would not object to lend the use of one or two waggous or carls, for the con veyance of the Bark, on terms to be agreed upon L. BEAUVA1S, Attorney V. D. L. Establishment. ™ Cressy, ? -^eptr^24th^-t83ti ? ? PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, j THE Undersigned having diss...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

For England~JHreci.x jsQm npjHE Barque ** 'SURREY,' Wm. For Freight of Wool, Hid es^ &c. apply to Ranulph Dacre, on board, or at the office of JAMBS H. REIBEY. Launceston, Nov. 8. MXS SALE, at the Stores of Wm. Walk ^^-ihshaw^ a-Oeiierfti-Belection-ofHVIerir chandize, suitable for this market, for which WOOL, and other COLONIAL PRODUCE will be -taken in payment, at cash prices. WM. WALKINSHAW. W. W. having an excel lent press, Woo! will be received, for assorting and packing with the greatest ^care,_jon moderate terms. Wool intended for flhipment through, will be waf ebons? d free of expense. ' November 8th, 1831. HORSES AND MARES FOR SALE. R. Dacre, from Sydney, 20 Clydes dale MARBS and 10 Saddle and Gig HOUSES,— To be seen at the Paddbck of JA^ia H. Keibey, Patterson Street, Launce?tan. ^t^'^) . .- Apply to B.Dacre or Janes H* Reibey, WUHanl St*eet—-^- ? .._...-.. ; - Launceston, Nov. 7. JCORBETT, Ironmonger,, has re ? ceived, per 'Mary and Elisabeth,' ID addrtiou to his f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 November 1831

? .. ^ourt^of. MeguestSy . For Launce&ion District*- ---ri --I^QXIGE is hereby given that Ibe 12ft1 1 'A^sOTng c-f this /Court, far 1831, will iye heitHTy-^djoarmncnl/, on Friday the Sod day of Dec, ftexA. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Plaints in Causes to he tried at this sitting., — against- persons residing in other district*, or? more than 10 miles fr©m, Launcesron, mustTbe tied \ ^at the office on or ^before Friday, the 18th day of i — Novr; ^and^tiiose^against persons resident in j iauncestor^ and within 10 miles, on ©r before ; 'Tuesday, the $$nd day of November. \ Full particulars, ? :ki -writing, of ih^ PlaioQffVj ?demand, and of the residence of the Defendant, «gnust be furnished at the time of 'filing the plaints. — .Dated this 5th day of Nov., 1821. ? WILLIAM LYTTLETOtf, ! Commissioner.

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