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THE CABINET. THE CONJUROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

THE CABINET. THE CONJUROR. " Marry, come up I I can see as far into a wall as another P If you tell mc the reason why Lucy de Vere, Thinks no more of her silks and her satins ; If you'll tell me the reason why, cloudy or clear, She goes both to vespers and matins : . Then I think I can tell why young Harry de Vaux, Who once cared for nought but his wine, has Been seen-like a saint- for a fortnight or so, In a niche, at St. Thomas Aquinas' I If you'll tell mc the reason, Sir Roland will ride, As though he'd a witch on his crupper, Whenever he hopes to join Rosalie's side, Or is going to meet her at supper, Then I think I can tell bow it is that his groom, With his horse that is better and faster, , Though the coaches make way and the people make room, Can never keep up with his master ! If you'll tell mc the reason why Isabel's eyes Sparkle brighter than Isabel's rubies. If you'll tell me the reason why Isabel's sighs Turn sensible men into boobies ; Then I think I can tell-when she ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SAM SLICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

SAM S LICK. Knowing too mue*.-Ah ! said lie to me the other da» t on't know whatou alrth I shall do, Mr. Slick ; but I an\l a valy on the thing I want, and put it right out of Sí reach; for the owner would'nt let me have it at no'rat» but doubles his price, and goes and says, Bill Dill Mill offered me so much for it, and everybody knows he onll offers half a thing is worth. 1 can't hire a help for Wn,{ any body else enn, for the same reason;.and I 0.¿ lo marry before I was ready, or had quite made u! ray mind to it, for I knew folks would think tmd as much of my gall as soon as they knew I was after her. Darn it ! said he, if they said I WBB a fool { would'nt a minded ¡t a bit; or said it wits luck, or ant. thing. Indeed, I don't know us I would'nt as'lif they'd call me a rogue as say for ever and ever, Oh, he ti L knowin' hy ha(f. It's the divil, that's a fact. Before this misfortin came, I used to do a considerable smart chain:'« of business ; but now it's time for me to cut dirt,...

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CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

CUSTOM HOUSE. Hobart Town. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Hobart Town during the weekending 18th May, 1841, inclu- sive :-Oats, 36 bushels ; wheat, 1400 ditto ; flour, 54 bags. Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Laun- ceston, during the week ending 15th May, 1841, inclusive: - Barley, 26,000 bushels; oats, 730 ditto; wheat, 2303 ditto; flour, 1 tun. G. II. BARNES, Collector.

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ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

ENGLISH. THE gorgeous ceremonial of the reception and re-" interment of the remains "of Napoleon .has passed in peace. France has received her great hero into her bosom. There let Him.rest. The expectations in this country."pj tg. the. enthu- siasm of the French, and the consequences ¿Hat were to be dreaded, seem to have been much overwrought. It does not appear that any strong Bonapattist feeling was exhibited, that the banished family of the Emperor was ever named among the shouts, or that his nephew, now pining in confinement at Ham, was even thought of by any one present at the ceremony. The French populace has no memory. The spectacle of the day was the interment of the remains of Napoleon ; the topic of the day was war with the English. These two were well mixed. The crowd, in the intervals of ennui, cried "ó bas les traîtres !" and cursed the Eng- lish, and then they held their tongues to gaze upon the gilded glories of the car which bore the coffin. Napoleon himself, accordi...

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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 21st May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

GENERAL POST OFFICE. 21«/ May, 1841. Ship Mails will be closed at this oflice as under : For London, per Hindoo, to-morrow evening al eight o'clock precisely. For London, per Union, for New Zealand, per Utswater, on Tuesday next, at five o'clock ; and for Swan River, per Elizabeth, «ia Launceston, on Iriday, the 28th instant, at the. same hour. F. C. SMITH, Postmastor-General.

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SHERIFF'S OFFICE. 19th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

SHERIFFS OFFICE. loth Man, 1841. Tlie following account of writs of execution, now remain- ing unsettled in my ollice, is advertised by me, in compliance with the provisions of " the Debtor and Creditor Act." Mills r. Johnstone, writ received May 6, levy May 8, Richmond. Sale-On Weduesday, May 26, at 1 o'clock, at Rich- mond, all the right, title, and interest of defendant in and to two brick dwellings, and also in a farm : unless this execution be previously satisfied. Jennings bg. v. Denholm, writ received April 24, levy May 10, Oatlands. Sale-On Friday, May 28, at 1 o'clock, at Oatlands, one stack of wheat containing about 200 bushels, four working bullocks, &c, &c : unless this execution be previously sa- tisfied. Jennings bg. v. Williams, writ received April 24, levy May 5, Pittwater. Sale-On Monday, May 31, at 1 o'clock, at Pittwater, a number of pigs, a small quantity of grain, &c, &c. : unless the balance of this execution be previously satisf...

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GAOL DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

GAOL DELIVERY. At Hobart Town, on Tuesday, the 1st day of June next.

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS. 20th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS. 20th May, 1841. Tenders will be received at this office until 12 o'clock . OB Tuesday, the 8tb Jua«, far the construction of -» Pile . Bridge aeroM the Derwent at Bridgewater. Plana may be seen and the conditions known OB appli- cation nt (his office after Monday, the 24th inst. ii. CHEYNE, Director of Publie Work». |

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS. 19th May, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS. loth May, 1841. Tenders will be received at this office until Tuesday, the 8th Junv, for the conveyance of Spars from the bp J where they may be cut on the banks of the Tamar to the water's edge in the neighbourhood of Whirlpool Reach, and for their transport theuce by water to the Wharf at Launceston. Tenders will be received for the whole distance, or for each part; and further particulars may be obtained on application at the Office of Public Works, Launceston. A. CHEYNE, Director of Public Works.

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INSOLVENT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

INSOLVENT COURT. ' s'tJ froctedings ¡n the Insolvent Court in this town _^>f late been devoid of any public interest, the busi LtZTbeing of the ordinary routine description of proving <k . s, appointing assignees, and the like. On Wednesday w- ek the principal creditors of Mr. Milu ard proved their debts, and Messrs. Kerr, of the Grm of Kerr, Alexander & Co., and Asken Morrison, were appointed permanent assignees ; a large dividend is confidently expected. . Mr. Waller Glass Cheine, supported by Mr. Rowlands, cume up also on thal day for an order of discharge, when Mr. Crombie, the provisional assignee, stated that lie had no funds in baud belonging to the estate ; the insolvent had been deprived of all his property previous to the '((.solvency, by a conveyance. Mr. Rowlands explained llJafrfUre of this transaction:-When Mr. Cheine found ¿Is proper8 embarrassed, he executed a conveyance of all digtinctic n**8 lrUBt for R" "is credîtorB» without any one creditor...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. In ve Broadribb and Henry. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SIDE. In re Broadribb und Henry. The Solicitor-General argued against the rule um obtained on a former day by the Attorney-General, for a new trial in this case. The learned counsel combatted the siveral grounds upon which the Attorney-General sought u new trial, contending that the verdict was per- fectly consistent with the evidence, and that, ns substan- tial justice hud therefore been done, there were no grounds for disturbing the verdict. First, nato the plea of solvit ad diem, ii was shown, that although money be not paid on H particular day, yet if paid before (hat day, the plea stood good. Another objection was, that a larger sum had been paid than was due; but this was not tenable, and Mr. Horne proceeded to illustrate his point, by com- paring it with a tender, which the learned counsel remarked, might comprise a larger sura than the mummt actually due, and that the creditor might take so much as was due, bul no more. His Honor the Chief Justice differe...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT or HOBAKT TOWN. Arrítati-May 19-the schooner Lillias, 88 tons, Smith, from Port Phillip, 13th instant, with sundries, Strachan, agent -passengers, John Dennett, Mr. Spires, Mrs. Winchester, Mr. Curedan. 19-the schooner Dundee Merchant,9^ton», la. Rcland, from London, 4th January, with sundries. Departures.-May IS-the schooner Abeona, 96 tons, Blackbourne, for Poit Phillip. ~ 13-the bark Ann, 271 tons, M* Alpine, for Sydney and India. 14-the bark Eudora, 202 tons, Addison, for Recherche Bay, with sundries. - 14-the «hip Dunearn, 533 tons, Grieves, for Indi«, with sundries. 15-the brig Henry, 107 tons, Toby, for Launceston via Coal Mines, with sundries. IMPORTS. Vessels entered Inwards from the Utk May to Mc 15M May, 1841. inclus ive. Per schooner Agnu and Elizabeth-M botes and 100 half boxes tegars, 20 casks pork, 10 chests tea, D. M'Pherson ; 1 bale cloth, Win. Watchorn. Per schooner Agenoria-3 hhds brandy, D. M'Pherson ; 4 , casks beef, J. & R. W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

NOTICE. The public arc respectfully informed, that till such time as .the proprietor of this journal is enabled to secure a sufficient number of steady and competent hands, so as to ensure him the means of executing his increased business without delay or difficulty, the Courier will be published as originally, every Friday, until further notice.

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

COURT OF REQUESTS. At Oatlands, on Saturday, the 5th June next. At New Norfolk, on Wednesday, the 2nd June next.

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

QUARTER SESSIONS. At Hobart Town, on Saturday, 29th May next. At Launceston, on Friday, 28th May instant. At Campbell Town, on Monday, 31st May instant.

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COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 20th May, 1841. SALE BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 20th May, 1841. SALE BY AUCTION. On Monday, the 31st instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, Mr. Straccy will sell by Public Auction, at the Commis, pariât Stores, the following articles on account of this department, viz: A quantity of bran 396 gallons of Teneriffe wine Sundry condemned store utensils and limejuice Terms-Casb, and the articles lo be removed immedi- ately after the sale. GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G.

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COMMISSARIAT COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 20th May, 1841. SALE BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

COMMISSARIAT COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart Town, 20th May, 1841. SALE BY AUCTION. Notice.-On Tuesday next, the 25th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely, Mr. Stracey will sell by Public Auc- tion, at the (loyal Engineer yard, Macquarie Point, the following old unserviceable convict stores: 34 cvvt. 27 lb. scrap iron 34 ditto cast ¡ron - ' , 2 qr. 14 lb. old copper 4 cvvt. I qr. 12 lb. old files 25 ¡u No. casks and kegs 27 ditto baskets 5 ditto packing cases lined with tia C ditto tin cases 19 ditto wooden bed births 4 ditto step ladders 1 ditto wooden gute 2 ditto ditto night chairs 2 lime screens 1 limn sieve 13 handsaw blades ' 0 stone-saw ditto 1 copper boiler SBtonejars 52 wooden bo* PS I iron oven 7 boats 1 water closet pan Terms-Cash, and the lois to be cleared away immedi- ately after the sale. GEORGE MACLEAN. A.C.G.

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"ENGLAND BEYOND THE SEAS"—ENCOURAGE THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

" ENGLAND BEYOND THB SEAS"-ENCOURAGE THE COLONIES. MONTREAL HERALD.-The British Government ap- pears to be taking a lively interest at present in promot- ing the growth of cotton in India, so as to be independent of the United States for a supply of that staple, and also to encourage the shipping interest—the right arm of Britain's supremacy on the seas. The great secret ap pears to be in the dressing of the India cotton, and not in its quality, as has been satisfactorily tested in Eng- land by ten persons from South Carolina, who have been engaged by Captain Baines, of the Madras army, to proceed to India for the purpose of instructing the natives. They are to receive £300 per annum each. If emigration to this country were properly encouraged, Canada would become a granary for England, which would thereby be independent of the continent of Europe in case of a war or other contingency, besides paying for the grain in her own manufactures. Aus- tralian wool will soon supersede the im...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. NEW BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. NEW BRUNSWICK. A letter from St. John's (New Brunswick), in the Hali- fax (Nova Scotia) Morning Post, dated on the 25th Nov., gives a lively notice of the felicities of a North American winter. We make an extract : Here we are, after a good old-fashioned snow storm, with winter fairly established, and the sleigh bells ringing merrily in our cars, as the fiery steeds dashalong with "the first turns-out" of the season ; our great coats are snugly buttoned up, and the j rich plow is upon our checks as we face the sharp, clear, bracing air of a fine frosty morning. We have been dull of late, dear Post, and needed this fillip to rouse us; the gaitics of vvinter will soon commence in right earnest, for the heavy business of the season is over, and there will now be leisure for recreation and amusement. Having no advices of her gracious Majesty's accouchement, we have bottled up our loyalty and frozen down our turkeys until next month, when we f...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 21 May 1841

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. Tho Gazette of last night announces that the Queen has been pleased to appoint the following officers, viz. :-Captain C. J. Auston, of the royal navy; Cap- tain the Hon. W. Waldegrave, of the royal navy; Captain M. F. F. Berkeley, of the royal navy ; Cap- tain E. Collier, of the royal navy ; Captain W. W. Henderson, of the royal navy ; Captain A. Fanshawe, of the royal navy ; Captain H. Stewart, of the royal -navy ; Captain E. Boxer, of the royal navy ; Captain TI. B. Martin, of the royal navy ; Captain H. J. Cod- rington, of the royal navy; Lieutenant-Colonel Walker, of the royal marines; Captain W. H. Hen- derson, of the royal navy; and Captain H. T. Austin, of the royal navy, to be Companions of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Balli.-Atlas, De- cember 19. The Gazette of Tuesday (Dec. 15), gives dispatches from Admiral the Hon. Sir Robert Stopford to More O'Ferrall, Esq., dated off St. Jean d'Acre, on the 8th ull., in which he describes the explosion of ...

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