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THE KING V. COBBETT. COURT OF KINGS BENCH, JULY 7, 1831 [Before Lord Tenterden and a Special Jury.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

THE KING- ^vv €O$BETT. Court of Kings Bench, July 7, 1831* 'TBefore Lord TeiiHrdeii' and a -Special 3ury.] ' We last week briery noticed this trial, for an (alleged libel published in th** Uegistek, calcu fiifod t' .ftrnriiirp yff ?? pT ootwiy*- anrt vioiejira lamoug the labouring classes. We shall now give Lts much of -i!h*Z trial:: »8; iwr s^c^'^HrjnefBit.* i3 The Attorney-Genehal t having slated vtbe^ irase to the jury, anH *WF usual % finesses in libel, cases, hit ving given their evidence, proving j*t publication of-i the iibel^ &ci, - '? f ; A r Mr. Cobbett addressed the jury in his own de fence. The charge which the Attorney- Genetttt^ hdd .., a « f»Jqag^fi».-_tP.'»M»r wgmMwH*** gist- aild ground less from bcyiianfrgTto eriq. The Jui^f tniglit^uppotfel perhap^thjBithn^lfialcomnifqjBfff the, 16th of December iatty ^d^acr^fi»?y k^mimj odi6ver/ efn^v ^OwJHe ?pifotfj-rt^rf^ agentlenaen Who w-»re so fond of attacking him on *11 bartons, -and-ofi^^ff-wtibm, on the day men t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

^LL Persons are cautioned again t tres J» passing ou my Allotment, Rose Bank, ^ftftdnr t Hi-(, thu-nd«d ojj th-^ yVest by '.V*ll«»an ?- :SHP**v Ji«'«W -fry Aft hur Street , 'Bast by Geot££s :#^t-'i?«oii1ti by m allotment belonging to^r. ±& :tirO ^ - ?: . ??. ??;.;? _. - .. ? F.S PENCE R. .. V^ifo*; £8, 4831* - ? ,.:t»-. ???..--???-. ? '' ,v ^-.r- 7 ----.-.-. x t ; ' , ;,* fublicPottwdv Norfolk Plains, DT Mr. James FenDer» on the 1 7th of _ - JBp^©ViinliBipj 'fjmpJFasffi~ to^KTjthepro ^erty -.of ! tf n M^matLWitlfott,; \ ^^ ^?j^uBjitirfe lfc»j! : Horse, w jth a slnall wjnte^spot *aftythe jorehea^^biack Je^s and uiane, and short Slack tail., a ft w white spots --n the back which is fj&ch failed. Damages, .£1., Poundage, 2s. 6d. rP$r,.-j«ii food and water 6 d. pVp day. . ' If the above animal be not claimed and redeem eiVyiiiiin. M*» *'»?£ 'allowed t-y law, he wHl be 6pl,d. by lite at the aljofe Pound, on Wednesday, we 7th day of December, according to the pro visions o...

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EDUCATION OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

f I r ' nEDuciti©N ^f ^a&^oii,' ''=- Jjp influence. of Education on the,wimid? ' 'JfSwHten^rare.fa so gr^aV, fh&f fc^iy WeM-wis^er' of fct* TelJotf creaW& m'6U ke&n it an^iijfecYfcfc theiirsl.rate'inqjorti^fc^. TSe-iriJiJtf-& waib^e' vantages of a liberal edBcatibn^Kfc^mfem1' procure, require nmhing but the establishment of wlUP^ fiance is kittle qttfte Ate^suffiqeot^ ymytd^ the mer^ hpftf^ssftries t-f life— requir^for ^e«-( itildreii-Hj^^a-Tjf ^tlrentifious circmn^ stato£~ib«y r^bire the bwievoJence ©Hbw more iavoFOft teui»tryrii*n :'th«7 statin needsot: assfstam1*? S-6m those who having more than lhe.y *ciuaOy ^want, find d pleasing and deHghtfal «c ?cjpa'ioii'hi im porting to those who want, what ;»*y themselves want noU r^FfJropte-ol^fifi^ land are justly . celebrated- for the:flurob«r«nd extent of their charitable institutions ; and for none fflor«' than those Schools which ar« supported for the gratuitous education of the children pf the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

TfcTOTf CE is Hereby Given, to all per- ! , *-S «dB^-)i!mtHi«spapo^^-«r#isfl»iice, j «Uttftta-^l :|Mvdfly Plains; ^oft^V^^l^s^o-iheJ southward of Launceston, and bounded on the I , mri **-w«*st hy~*-J«ie-& a&*Wr**. 39 W^M L links from th^west coru«* of atSrant to.Hi^xim- - «frr DruiiinionH, on the south west by M MOG &.** 4^ :a-g, jjL ^J^itflms^oii^ite jBoatfa-eairt; feylhe grants tff Gabriel CooJi^pdJViVUain^t^n anf { oil 0»§ jflorth-east by a grant to^1exand«rOrtitt# mend, '%iM 1 be prosecuted* ' -...w;.-.~«... ..r~n -ij.1-'-/ ?.-'-:'-^ --'^imM --i..'' :?= .is.'.tr-:- -.?r--i--«;-ti4i p-y-.hi ',-?:}? ? ..??l=cjawril0H-!:-'i^--- /' ?-»Ji--*. ifeMP0by; «ta n-«-pe,i fta^o?ff iBp^J! J iifteMttfsdate found irespa«w»fe,t^^%il tins 11#bcr, strtiif hi« «ark, dippMStiMi^i^^i I.aaftcVsiSov bouw&-d oo ih«MK-rih-west. by **»p I S. 25 d^g. W. 41 chains ffom ih* west corner yMM grant tii J-*n Sprunt,ion the south-west by a line ? S 15 F ^^ainK,oiith«-i-outh-etist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

For England \ J&irecL For Freight of Wool, Hides, &c. apply, to Ranulph Dacrev oo beard, or at the office of ' ' ? JAMES H. REIfi^Y. Launceston, Nov. 8. f »1 1 O . r...: : 'i , , For England direct. *$S£*- r 1 Vf ? neT British-built Barque, Jfl^aS. Jt., ^ Ma»T Ann,'' James J^ck , Commaadter, burthen' 450 tons. As this vessel has; aHt Mr cargo engaged, she will sail early in Jannary. .,.,,. For passage apply to (he Master on board, or ROBERT PEARSE Launceston Wharf, -JOth-Btav.. - _ ? _.^_-._ ?f . '? . .. — , .-. :,? . ... — ~ ? ~ — ~~ ? ' — ,_ -._-. FOR SYDNEY. ^S^npQ SAlL., positively, in ten days, JBsBL m. the gno4 Brjg 'j&Aax Ato. Elizabeth,' John Aldridge, commander, for Freight or Passage apply to ' T.WItLIAMS^ Lauftceston, Nov. 14, 1831. ? — ? JUST ARRIVED, iKPt MARY ANN, '''7.7 ~A£d fo^rlSieJ : : T^7^.' «**» Waggon, of very superior strength. Al9o, a quantity of CHALK. Apply to ROBERT PEARSE, on board. Launceston Wharf, Nov. 10. HORSES AND MARKS FOR SA...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

[?] - By the Post on. ^onda-, fr ei-have our files of the Scdo^rJoaniaii wdo¥n; io* fee' tfit- %Mtit^ 3$eir content*) &r,e for the roost parfc^ of local ip ttteBt. One' of the ch1e^4oriic^ of cBnVersalidn Is toe Governor anfi hjs 4^P^feur«A, TJ»9 Gazette fed Mo^j^g9 t9vjBaph ;f^ extremes on this^^ftat.^giTe both accounts. ]

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GEORGE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

? --GiE6aoETb^?ir;~tT^: pita), aiY3~'OH^riS'Sgl8^''li(:diicFOLK Plains St/Kf 'ft t*£ll&-*;TMe quantity required atLa,u.n* f ?^fet^n. ?» 'MM ai tiiWge Town.- -'?'???? ' . MHiK^^^tta^V-tatttic^sibrtV DUto^ Geo^ Town; . -:'i ?'?-'- ?-'' ''^Qpt-STATIQys/ '~ ' ?--'''*-?? ? ..- : FLOUH & HRRE'Sft^B At^-HSoss, Wealbury, P«rili, J Campbell Town* -St.'Paat's P fa iris (Avoca; bar racks)', ttrpak.-*) -day Plains ( liar rack ^ fior.. folk lJVai»s, Watery Plains, Mount Morriston, ^iitani^lETti^Sftoiif ftfillsfr-Pliiiit«* Roy V H41lv Late ^ivpr^Rivei: is£s,i itfii^srooid; J^lalns, ! jpttiro'rti n^ , Xjlenbre, Vron on the Liffey, Ra %eh8w^odV'FreeIan9s,*'acTd' TfreHbad Party under -*verseer *tytt«aan, * betweea Perth Bud EauucestoJi^ __j^ _J ' ' ' J.'^_.'* ' ?', ; V' ?. Iff/Et^^ne 'quantity 'reguired attheaWve i oiit staiions to be tendered for on the same con ? ,; ditjpns as at Launceston * ; ' f GftlNDiNG & DUESSlNG-^Such quantities of ''-' i Wheat at may be required at ...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1831 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, Nov. 26, 1831.   PUBLIC POUNDS— The following persons hare been appointed Pomnlkeepfrra .— WUliam HoU-h. at the Hollow Tree,-onJ . tbefermxrf JaeobinaBoJn. P D. Bothirell— Joseph^ Wm. Storey, on Bother Tom's Maruh, P. D. Oatlaods. ? William j Green in Tauutr Street Lpancpston. P P. Iiaunceston. — { ' '— -Rieliiird Crtfekef on ^incanton. P. D Richmond .The Pound lately kept by Georgr Pyle. P.P. Launce&ton. and Authony Cottijell. Ditt4, are no longer Public Pounds Mr, Richard Crocker and }£t. Kennedy Murray have been appointed Division Constables. . . ? ™ TICKETS-OF-LEAVE— Franca Wheeler. 640. Albion— Bernard   Trayoer, 7* Bencooleo— James Wright. 605 Competitor— John Coatts. alias Gordon. Competitor— Robert WiUiams. - -_1 ' JC^mmodoxe Hap6-»SaiDuel Ariiold:*Chapman 1— lohn Grain ier. Cbapjnan J— 3o1in Corner r^liibernia-^ltfsepb^ock J)o _ —Elizabeth Satchell Lord Sidmouth— James Stanfield Lady East—Benjamin Turvey Layto...

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[FROM THE MONITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 November 1831

From the Monitor     '* On Saturday last, GeneraV Darling Embarked Jm, hoacd Xhe ^ship^JBpopHLX,. 'fc, fiuglajid. 4^j ten o'clock, agreeably -ia otder^ iitijB^teff^t^ .the civ44-andfnrVitary officers began to assemble at . Government Housev-tp escort the. General to a ?boat which was waiting at Macquarie-stairs, in the Government Domain. A guard of honor,   with the band of His Majesty's 17th Regiment were in attendance, and the Whole force uf ther coostabularywas stationed in and about the Do main, to keep't'hf' way clear pf unruly characters, who might bes induced to aniioy the General^s he .passed. Immediately . aftier t^iv o*ctock the Gene ral, attended by a few^.of tb* civil and military olricers, magistrates'; clerks at the public offices, and a- scorje or twp merchiiits and citizeins, pre TceTl«TJ-by stx of^tie-bod^ giiard, t et TTtifC oye r n»- ment House, -and mafrhed' slovvly up the avenue leading from the guard-house,1 west of the Do...

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EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

EXTRACTS FROM COBBETT'S COTTAGE ECOUOilY. It must be evident to every one that the practice of tea drinking renders the frame feeble, and unfit to encounter hard labour or severe weather, while, as I have shewn, it^edurt«^rom^heTn*niii^6f 're- plenishing the belly and covering the b4- k. Hence ! succeeds soTtriefes, and effeminacy, a seeking f--r the fire side, a lurking in the bed, and, in short, ; all the characteristics of idleness, for which, in j this case, real want of strength furnishes an apo- ' Idffr. The fea-drinkins fills the public house, ! makes the frequenting of it habitual, corrupts ; boys as soon as they are able to move from home, .j and does little k-ss for the girls to whom the gns- 1 sip of the tea table is no bad preparatory school ! for w brothel. At the very least, it teaches! thete idleness. The everlasting dawdling about ! wHfi the sloj« of the tea tackle gives them a i retten fer nothing that requires strength and acti- ! vttf. When they go from home, they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

,;;t FDbI WXDQti JDIB&CT. -' i^^yBP^*^!£iL from Launce&too with Of w* .BfiUsti_built — ship, Pctn'cfss Accost a, &p^7^««kiil«,-^oi«»aiiU^«K(H-ctcd here frop ^ * S^ftrt^il^'.*^1*1^^ *$** MM**'*. . . ; ' , : ; , K-^Vmw_*[dRi^tHBPs|-:tt|' Her Cargo engaged^ : r ieatlyi^pii cation i$iB-.cg^aTy7 She haiT the b**t « ; ^SWf!?!l^ltW^..%:«l-#M^««*Si:- and ;cirr|(88 a^ 5nrg06iu .* - ? ._ ? ^ ? ; lf»pty to CaptmN ^ aWiS*, oo boird, or to tl , lituacesUo, Dec. a, .183.1. ^]^; ?'?:;v;:--:'/- :/:.-v^-viiOTICJB. '?'?-'-. ? -— -; .^-'-i ?-? ^jfi*. fJ^HE «n6 fast-sailiog brig tilNI-, . *S9p-» -*~ of £00&»D8 burthen ir exited ? tpatriw h-u. /ioiiSydqp- ^t-vut ttu* :lst.-J$it*}afy. next, a«fJ ut1l without deiay. aitei (JischargjHg -* her * inward Cargo, proceed from Lannceston to* . Port Xouii, aod return here direct *i£b gogarb, &c. for this market. .' Persons desirous of shipping Produce by this ? opportunity will1 pleafce make early application, so as to get ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

? ___!_ JMSCJ5LLANEA. Defence o* a Resurrectionist.-- A man named Taylor, was indicted at the London Ses . tions, for stealing a dead body from St. Bartholo mew's Hospital. When called upon for bis de fence, he gave it in the following Ciceronian style. — **You aee; please you, niy lord, I sees tto* poor old gentleman walking in Fleet-lane, wery fcad ; and «o,' says he, * Jack, 1 feels queerish, and 1 don*i '.suppose as I'll get over this here ca per.' So; you see, I tajt**« him into a public house and gives him half-a-pim of beer quite ?warm, and » pipe of backy, and «o he stavs there (ill six or seven o'clock ; and then, says he, t Jade, vou ^MUstTgetTtBefa-plaie-for to4ay upon ;*'. fcut t hey woulfTut have htm in no house what* Borotlever,; for, please you, my lord, he wafri*t -^ithout^^r«inU^^Laughj^ju)_J|ri!pll4 Jtiien^lniyl lord, you Sees he gets worse, and he axed me to *take him to the hospital ; and didn't I take him?' Alderntim Winched er—-*-¥Fv, ^nd^TTu \voik him feway fr...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

HOB ART TOWN GAZETTE* ' :^:. ., .? ., iS».TW;RJ-ay, IXBCJ3, 1831. ;.-?: PvB&tO it6tJNDB—j*i*b0 following benons have t«en utpointed V7. Po^bakfepj-ere;— William Hobbs, 9t the Hollow Tree, on «? ' t«e-fiim*r Jacobina'B.fnJ; P D.BbthwtH -^-Joseph Wm, ;., Stoi^y, opc.BotberTomVjHsntb. P. D.^attands. ? rWilliam ? I ;tt*Be4;-in Trimkr Street. Lwinctston, P p.vlAnnceston.— . ,]\ -^JlicbBrd Crocker oaWiDcutbn. P. D,. Richmond. The! v Pou»d ik|^ k?i»tJ bf Geoit-» W*. ' P'D. 'Lauhceston, end ii AttthoBiCoUfeiV-Pifto, arc naJbager PublkPonfeag^^^^j: '^?«;-m^^lai^^aliMI§#Aii it'll i 'aliFiffftB^'-'*'^™''*™ A FREE PARDOK kas been grant«d to Jobo Frith . per Fortune. CERTIFICATES.— Owen Wade. Minerta— James Cox. Medina— ? * — C-WB»iians J*BTKn»*. JWtto— John Jones. E*r}-ot; Vinceat— ? .r -. :-?iiarie8^c^B$q7qJ|rd_er-- :'??* CONDITION AJrf?Aa.DO^S— Mary Funnel . Janns— Patrick Gree datf orJ GreehrfBV-'iEnerTa— fho«as Stafford. Ditto— Job*

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LORD LIMERICK AND "THE TIMES," BREACH OF PRIVILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

LORD titMfiRJCK AND 'THE TIMES.' ** The Chancellor appears to entertain, no sort of v . respe-it*for tjbe ^ostfessors -of hereditary !: J j ?? 4 i ties.'— Ballot. -? M ^ ill op ft^^h in Ijhe repollectioti of : onr read Spys,. thit^he prinWof.theTiroes riew^p$per was called t9-tnj|tSa/f.br.^he Hoiis6 of Peers, 'a-few da-5 preVIpiiS jo 'ihe^' file ' dis^olutipn, fpf having nuliiishe/ a. ciraijpaph, reflecting oh. the conduct 4C^H4[aW;o^:^H^Siwk: \ m space wjll jiPt allow us to inse/t tbe whole of. the infrrektihg ] prncfedings on this case ; but .w^ ci»nn6t refrain 1 from throwing in our ptiU assislartfie to circujate. i the able arguments of the 1t-ofd Chancellor Brougham, so ably and powerfully 'urged ig pppQ^itron ' toM the opiniprt oj certain noble peers, kha^t^, ^^upJf/tbi^jt-^^ji^aMh^ power of committing fof a certain pehod, artd of fining. ; - $ j.peii«04 Wro ^jtV^a^^, t^ prMer^ bav their lordsm P3. and pray ing pardon and discharge (*|?i'*H-Wiii0trW|fnc*w-'« Q/ WeL pap^r» has ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 7th, 1831 SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

[?] [?] OnjUie, 3d ^ the- gutter ' Fanny,' -acobs- for Cir culur n^nz/J^^^Mfi^f ^ Curr, Esq. and 2 feuu f.l(5s-^a|jw^ef^m^Mffl^e^ EftvA^h^M^ Hemauiiiig— Barques, . Mary Anue aud; Sjirrby ; bi%— Wary wd' Eliz»)fet|i\j sctfd6hers Hepr^ iadT HuBART TOWN, DEC. 3, 1834. .., JAILER. . ??-#:=-= i;,' Not. 26th, the schooner Eagle, Capt. Brockman, for Swan -River. - ? ' l; On Tuesday Nov. 29th, the barque Integrity ,*XJa.pt. -QrdTAv itti a cargo^f-colotiiai-prodiitie^atid-other^ttfer-» chaudize for Sydney.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

'Mr. Rn8wellJias_chpsen to omit, for reasons i which will be present \y obvioui^ that Johnson and I Ad&rii Smith met at Glasgow; bat I have town insured % Professor John Milter that they did so* attfJ tttst Smh hj ;:|«airiijj^ -lhe party in which he ^roffipt^whpr^ ' Mlffor^yasV Knowing iba^SroHfr — ubq been in Johnson V society, they wet e anxious to know what had passed, and the more so, as Dr. Smith's temper seemed someWhtlt ruffled. At first Smith would only answer, 'lie's a brute— ne's' a Iforute. ;' but on closer examination, it ap* ^ear-'d_iliatilohniah- j^SD0JLerjsa§r Sm fch' than he attached fiiih for some 'point of hitf famous letter on the death of H trine. Sniitfr viiftifcHtpd the ; train of'1»i^slaienienl. '^TVjintdfd Johnson say i' — Wasiiie universal enquiry. 4AiWby,; he said*' **?-: |iTii»d Smith, with the deepest expression of fe« ^ftftmt-nt, «.he. said y«« rfie/' ** And what did ^bu reply ??? ' I said, yon- are a son of a **— s~ !' On such terms did these tw...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

_PJICB OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. Wheat, ...,.....*.. 4:3 to 4:6 Barley, „;,...„;;. 4^6^- 0: 0 . Gate, ? J---6 r« _.— — O-r-f Flour, (best) pet* cwt. 18s.— Ditto (seconds) 15s. weal, 12s. perewt. HOBART TOWN, Wheat, ? 5:6 Barley, ? 5 : ? Oats, ? 5 : 0

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ANECDOTES OF DR. JOHNSON. From Dr. Croker's Notes and Additions to "Bolwell's Life of Johnson." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

' ^^A^qiM^'o^^^B^^.,. ;..,-;..* From Ur.^roker'« Nofci aud/Addttlonato 'Befr v wells Lifeof ^ohnBOb.' -i^r#- -, — ^ ? ^__^ ? . ... ?_ m_JJ!ilM_^ Erskine .and JoHwso^i ^-l)n-t » yiijt ~to fti* Parlta rtjent-house, -Mr. tkmm -tfr*k ine / orother^ Lord Bu--tan and Lord Erskme)tf; niter Deirt^-jir^ 8ente-i ?? to Dr JirthnAp'V ; 6yi Btwwp! i, and **SjfalidM made hi^ bow, MippMd av«hiilipgjittto BoswellS' hand* whispering that te was for *b* «igfet ^f &&

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

LAUNCESTON ApfERTISER* WEONisDAT, Dec. 7, 183L We baVe to call the serioas attention of the Government to theevil of holding caa djdates for indulgence _afl»o^ our assigned ? wrv^nt8F^o^opgr-iQ-««»B«a«e--^^ine# jib4 „ even twelve months, elapse, after the receipt of the memorial at the Secretary's office, before the ticket- of-leave is Gazetted.— Nu- merous bad effects ate the result of thjri. The ignorance Tif theman, added, perbftpi, r — to a conceited opinion of the yalue of hii services, leads bim to believe that, althoagb his master has publicly encouraged him to hand in bis memorial, he has some secret a^ent at work to detain Ibe indulgence, until a more con ten jen % period for the master to dispose of bis s^rylcea^^he ? waiting an ani^er— he become* diecontented i as may w b*iicw^»i - «^mw» *^*» i'.^ip.'*iVi after 7 or 8 years faithful servitude, n^glecti his master's interests :- his epatplaints, con. tiniially eipteSSed in i tbe hearing of his fel* low-janrEntgt are Allowe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1831

TH E -undersigaed tiaying -?onimeoced *-?stmv, ;bffffr4o iiijfwn^liis frauds arid the public^ *ba*r ii isnfe int^tion to -devote himself entirely ^ to A^f Business; he will particularly -attend . ;. to all safes of JWool, Bai^ Wheat &C. consigned .^ to him, an ! ^houki the mark «t not suit at the , ^ tin(l* Of-: ^nsigmnerit, «he will rmeke Cash advances. _ From hi* Wul knowledge and experience, he — If eels cottliden t ' t h at -he -will— be-eflabted~to-giv--^ ^ 8atefacti«n*to a U 'Captains and others entrusting- i ilim with their l-u sine ss. t— ? * ? n - . _ P. W. WELSH. - lAtmceston, Nov. T9, 1831. * *^ TER, a few Elector*! and Saxon RA vs. —Apply *e Mr. G1LLES, -Goodwood, near Perth. Noverobet, 1-831* ^ENTIRE HORSES. . ?*?*? .,. h BLACK JAC$. i TliETvell-known Flemish Horse BLA€K [ I ACK will stand at Clarendon this sea or. . 'rrn«6,--'Sr5i^a'rr-1~S¥. thirgiiioTft. ? An -allowance made of one mar-e in five to breeders. Mi-sed mares' covered the foi'j wing season gra tk, ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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