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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

WRITTEN ^FOB The Juky Act.— There a^J^w subjects whicJi have occupied the pens aii^j ftUe^Tr^f W»e,PHb lie Journalists of Van Diemen's Land an& Ito&r correspondents,' more thm^^h^r^B.^^ . The— glorious birth-ril^^ai^tebawBp^d the ^Tadjera^ termed, we find ^attclfc|^hiP«^tbfe-coliitonsHDf those wTiohave^oife^efoi^uSjn vnelRei-flg iliie na with a decree of hriMiaift^ti«ndAs^lrfoihMir which we despair^^?, ^W ftfjlftk it worth our w^.^ .^i}8£e, ^11, it ^ars to us that &Jl-m4^^j^ce&aSi\&ik£r(-a£jnamv sure, benighted the'toi&tfis&nff dliiibetf the Intel-/ l&i'bt soine^ ; fbV!sio^e°yli^e^ W-tHiPGdlbhy ^ has Jain aside that odjoafc scurrility which so long disgraced it, we observe Very, few specula^s in' any of tlie Journals -m the once favorite, then hatkhi^;(lbrftJ nott aimofet forgotten subject o»! « Trial by J ury .' The present article may there* foTe^ speaking technically, be^eThWHTwar* facias, to reVive, noV a ju^iiebt W...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 28th, 1831. No arrivals or departures since our last. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, DECEMBER 28th, 1S31. I No arrivals or departures since our last. I Remaining— Barques, Mary Anne and Surrey; I brigs— Brenda and Brilliant ; schooners Farewell, I Friendship, and Prince Regent I . HOBART TOWN, DEC. 24, 1831. ARRIVED. . Dec. 18th, the schooner Emma Kemp, Mr, J» ? Hovlc-master-t from 'Sydney, 25th November. sailed. Dec, 17th, the ship William Glen Anderson, Capt. J. Fawthrup, for Singapore, in ballast. '' Same day, the ship Flora, Captain J. Sheriff, for Sydney, with part of her original cargo. ? Dec. isih-, the schooner Speculator, Captain H. ? Parker, for Sydney, with Colonial produce. I Dec: 19th, the brig Argo, Captain J. Billing, for B Sydney. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 December 1831

For E$ftglak*d^r€et* ? ^Jl , 4-M4RT; Ann,'*. James Jack, Coigmanjderr bijrjtjien '450 tons.* As this Vessel tiaSg, all Her cargo engage^ ;stieT,ifrill sail early in January. . , for passage apply to the Master on board, or UOBERT PfiARSE Xaunceston Wharf, 10th Nov. ^ORr^LONJJON^DIRECT. ^tffiSfenPO -SAIL from Launceston with SwlL it all possible dispatch, the 6oe new British built ship, Princess Augusta, Samuel ffawfcins, Commander, expected here from Hobart Town about the 1 Otto instant. As this. Jl^ has^most of lier Cargo engaged, «arly application is necessary. She has theoest accommodations for Passengers, and carries a -Surgeon'. .;'': ~ ~ — ? - ? Apply to Captain Hawkins, on board, or to ? -L2 ? '. ? '— ? ____.T, WILLIAMS, lanneegton, Dec. 1, 1831* FOR LONDON, '?riSfe'T^E Bai^ue. Surrey v WiLUAM - jSmL Jl Vs-alb* Command^*.. Any.pery _ fion desirous of shipping Wool by this vessel, must «pply before- the 1st January next, to Raw *««? D ACHE, et the office of i. H. zReib*:, as s...

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[?]COTTAGE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

CO B B B t T'^ ? ? C^t^ tio* ?', ;$-Jd$ O-IWY^ MfiXoi-^In the last Kowb#r# U Mragripb 86, me t« g4feaoy directions .as to.theintre act«f jriBk!ng**eftd^ Jbot several cprrespwd^ to inform *6te, lhatv without these diwetiojffij^.copvictiono.f jtktijAlH%^«ilM(-taa«d; M- bQTOe.is^f, no u,s^, to them? ? therefore, 1 bhaliijenejpv^ those, direr., tions, receiving |ny instructions here' from^pne,. i*f^l,*b»nfe GfigtJoes know how to perform Ithis act, *' ? '?*-- !-wt~ .-t.-.™..v! ??:'? .-^., Suppose the ;qaajrtjUr b« febashel of^oar. Pot jthls flour into a trougbithaCpeopfe have for th« iJorpo#e7 fa :.^fm ., ,be in 4 c|ea|ijpDoth;tub«of anyjihapjs, if iwt top deep, aud ^uificitijtiy ^^ large, !Make a pretty de«p hole in the aiiddle of tfitp heap of ioar. Take (for a bushel) a; pint of good fresh y east, mix 1/ attd/ttfr, ij ^W fa « P^l of soft water mm mm* jrwtf.im p*f rt«e ^bl|] in, the heap -of flour. T^^iakeV.tf spoon ata'a1 work it round, (be outside of this body of mois ture so as to b...

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PEARL DIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

'??-;rPiftft-()rl^e;:-i , ?' , Jppn PaWo Oehon- wW was, fpr«iiiy tears a ?npenntend.nt pF 4tf VS^BnBQ^^ ♦Koprt.^ip?*^ «a»e,|peatMVi(9»fe^gT^infot t*W^r% ^a^/ fWtfammiT T S '^ertfe la pps«l to jjBvegqanUt^ -fy?pryarge pearl oyV confirmed, by »l,e ,g«W d fficuW/or finfltflLthe *u »nnamg it,- andin search of Bpeclmeju.ibr^e largest j^MlSO^^SmUW circumference, and our adventurer swam round and examined -ft In alt fHrecUcJs, Sit^lE? meeting any iodacem^tto proloi»R bis Mf. T%6. ^rdingly, being satisfied that tVerVwfeWnb'oW ten, lie .thought of ascending to the surface of the watery ^uttfrst -he -cast-a iodk iij-war-s. -as all divers are *obligHl -te*do, -wl«- borw to avmH the ^lungry |aws «of a iwmster.— 1( tiip const »s cleat, they, may rise withost Apprehension. 4)on Pablo, thbVev^c, *?hee h« cast -a liasry glance up wards, fomid that a-tinterero had taken 1)ts«ta tinii ebbttt Ihrfeiar foar yards immediate 1; y -above him, aticdj TOOfii prohaWy^had beeo wativhing dur Affjtite iitio\e[ ...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

MISCEitAiflBA. Singular fioRYiNo Place.— On the 25th June, as two boys jwere ip search of pigeons* nests among the wild busaltic cliffs and dens which surround the ; feiehra'&a spar' ^cavfe In' Strathaird^ ilsHi of Skje. they discoveced on clrrobing the pinnacle of a rock, a1 smalt cairn, built in the most regalar and beautiful ' msnti^r, :in \ a comer. They Wted part of the stones, and found below a travelling *runk; iiovere^a wttfl-teather, jrnid Btuflded 'with bi;ass nails. Astpolshed at their, discovery, ihey 'deB^iideWand^rrtdcommdni^tetheti^ Jh/'JrViendBj wltaoflt. stopping to aBcertain; the contents of th^tmnk. In a few montents, aparty was on- the spfvtrfnHy-^topV«8Spd with the^dea Afwbat period^ ot in wt-at manner ^letronktwi* vkp & uufudi off fiucii nfwrft ipp op* ~ '* *!; ? -,} , A*jpno the recent^ fe^mtiopS in : fcondp^ we -pM^ve an^aicount of att atlegoricai re^rSpa^ reyolati6n~ or rather, as the catatbgue ha¥1t^b| ??^flistofy^ftheTTehch^evblatibtjftblnJ...

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. RIVER TAMAR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

To the EoiTd* or^ t ao«o»*ok Ao^EB.'risEa. -? ?X-W&ti:#M)flK- ..:-,;?? - -i {t «ir,-r As the intorniation contained ipt^e follow iqg sketch of an excqrsion to ' Whirl ppp($Uv:h^ may prore useful to the public. I should be happy4oseeit in^rtedinyf^r wnftble Journal.' I-. hi tbe.«arhf .par^pf thie^reseot month L pro-- X#efcjl to Whu Jpool Seach^ with . Mr, John jSr^h^in his. ue* jschponer the .' Blicabeth,' fpr.tbe piijupse of pbtalaiBgtthe anchor and .chain sable jo^tne^hip ^iKftlnB,',,, w^ich had remained b.noyed o(f Aedwood Is^uad) for about two months, io about 20 fathom* water. . ? ; In this place the tide Yone^n whirlpools and eddies with fright fuj rapidity afid violeflse'J so mnch st-, that I hJo ndt think any vessel would be sa*e there at single anchor. Barly in the forenoon with a 'strong wioti iip the river, Mr. Griffiths prbceettedto- -weigh the anchor, which, owing to* the 'linfcs of the chain being too large' to pass through the hawfie holes of the fichooner, wa«...

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THE GOD OF METAMORPHOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

3-HL£ C,4-I} QF MX, TAMQai'HOSiS. ?fcr^sfhadtaJHittJiredeyes, Brwetis aftuntirejlj fiianris.^; foe t4-at h^3 .most faces in all antiquity; \w$p ^anuij, a«-l jfiM. -U&& only two. 3*he moderns tiifpp a being/ ^n^ef^ces are tibtlo^beimmijere^ Man. i'H!'3fin^tTg-4Mf«*attfft;i6 'Matitews. The teai ;pJS«*»f thisd«ifyr-for god, spirit, or daemon 4i6 fe; — rstBiids in the A del phi, and there he Is dtfly w:orsftipped by thousands of devotes, who wtnhe with laughter under his altar, as tne:Hi»dobfana-- tti'cs do with p;ain Vnder tbewheds of thetafibf Juggernaut, The temple of Janus Hosed Wheo all (mankind were .at.ppacp ; theVternple of MfctheWs* closes, and the faciai muscles ofhis'Voleriefi rdst«, 'the drorifceri -delimit in tfieh- e.ye$ -evaporates, th* ^bacclipualiai) rjotlity «f their laughter subsides, and all is still. The world' is at,peace— the sides, ?ofjuen tre no more 'troubled— the ro^ry are at rest. 1t is . only just liow that the gates of the igod M;hIh*ws are ...

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COATHE ROT IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

1 LOATHE ROT IN «BBEP. ? : To the Editor *f -he ShM*oroe*nd Tannten ? Journal.-— Sir -:# prpceed now to tjie«on«ideftitian ;«f the Coathie Rot iti Shwsp, Be%t, *eat Cattle, Hpr*es , BabnitsVand even Qe&ei for 4f *as Seen ? * reported that one person id the neighbourhood of Bridgwater has lost: no less tbaft^two'thousanoV geese during the cbathing season. 1 need not go farther into the history, of this terrible disorder, than to e&j it lakes place, m wet seasons; wow particularly when much: rain falls i««he month: of' Mayor the beginning of Jane and is followed by warm or hot weather, and that it' takes piac** chieily in swampy and ntarstty places, and in parts of fields were water is apt to lodge for some time after the fall of rain, for in -sash situations, in hot weather,, it is said sheep will take ihe coathe in four and twenty hoars. I h^ft exainined witir great care, the roots and blades of the carnation grass In cdathjog seasons^ in hbpes of 6nd.ingihe insect c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

r *-*hI,KI-OVIAN OfSTlLLERY. OllD^&S for WHISKEY left with mi Agent, M*. Mt&M AH SCOTT, Ca* uu V«^fW»5«r^ ^IIIJ^ |-4ij4tMally attended to. .?i'f:.'...-ft!: -r^n^^mpmm, wy*m ?**? oil, a Bay Colt Gelding .§ix. years '-?''* JWdi accustomed to Saddle and Si Je Saddle, p^r -, ... .fBCtlf ^uiettio singk*.«nd doufek» Harom; 8 mar** ..',£.: Miike.ii*.M,tbe iSadtHe and .Her.ness., They j»w ?JSlHii good Conftifioa, and fif for work. *, '?:. /May be Mewed on application to Mil A.Walker, iRiiodes, where the ,price may ;^e learut., ,'Alsu, S sopenW Bulls. . ; ._. .- ? ' ' i ?.'?=?-.? =' i-.= ..-?,'~i ^r^/ ... ? ? .* ;?-?- ..,,,.,..,... CALEDONIAN .OISTIfiftg&f. , ^ -KITFn£ Undewdgaed ^infri^piiUef Agent ,, .\* fur ^/^e.d^fiiaQ-^fij^,;^'^' ?»-? «n l«»»&a su^My of WflbKEY at from 2p M 40 jMHr *i»«tt «»er ptoof wtrtth j« tievn re . ..ita-rd -;f$cq}t .at die express desire of thepur .chaser, and tfie price charged accordingly. I. . ?? -l f v -:; '?'? 'V-v-.;.- THOMAS ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

?,MdMV iV:l^JEaifS.|l#lV ^aMJr litfl t loci Mi* WEDNESDAY, Dec. w, 1(831* ,- When the Van Diemetoi's Land Company was first established it was, according to its printed minuteg, tq do wo uders, in tbfr shape of whaling, mining:, taoney lehdbg —-at moderate interest- fairmiog. grazing, road making:, bridge buildiug, ship buildiog, witii a string of et ceiera'y ' 'JRciently long fa circumscribe the magnificent grant of^ 350,000 acres of goo i . Ian , ibcUpog all the bad; rand mdiffereat which mighj come within the limits required to take in the good* Ycstfs jfotib tlow elapsed siuce' this 'Jllrc- Uhi-m- tnbitw '--;,/'1::--*? -?;:?'«-, r=-ii-' '?:» r;-ii-. ;?.;?;? v^-^ifi » eating, company ''commenced operations, and we ,doDot find the colony improved Jn any one single particular. . How - the fcuida of the oompapy siand ig .not our business to enquire There can be, however, bu! tittle dp^pttaitK^Gbnimission^rs^niiM!^^ jifes answer, br it would be given1 up. ] Stifi B^^dni)j||n^ th^ to ...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, , Saturda-y, Deo; si, 1881. FREE— Benjamin Smi*h Competitor. ? APPOIbTTMENTS.— P. A. Mnlgrave, Esq. to be Cbainnan of the Quarter Sessipni &t Launceston. Noxfolk Plains, Camp ' bell-town, and O'atlands And also Gommissioner of the ; Court of Request! at Launeestou. vibe W' Lyltleton. Eeq who lias requested permisgioo to r^iigu. ^tdithew Foster, £sq, to be Chief Police Magistrate, vice P. A. MuJgrav*. EsqV . V /

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, JANUARY 4th, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

SHIPPI^ INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCfiSTON, JANDAKY 4th, 1832. ARRIVED. ??!.-? 'I .. --....? .. -'t Dec 29— The schooner Henry, Baldwin, master, from Bass's Straits. Janiiarv 2nd.— The Government Brig Isabella, front Hbbart Towti. ; . : -? Dec. 29,-s-Cfcared out the schooner Prince B%ent, Hassell, -Master, ioi Hdbartil^owfl. !; Remaining—Barques, Mary Anne and Surrey; brigs— Isabella, B'renda, and Bt-ilMant ;' schooner* Farewell, Henry, Friendship, and Prince Regent

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VERAX TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

ff VERAX TO THE EDITOR. 1 Sir- ? 1 regret exceedingly that my remarks, an-l those of the ** Independent,' on the txceitent, letter of the amiable NAyTjfeus, shodld flavetiao' the effect of causing the indisposition of that pub lic-spirited geutlemab, because I hoped ta have had the pleasure dt his future acquaintance. I trust, however, that his complaint is not' dan gerous; although I am apprehensive of it, seeing that toe disorder is infecMottS) or PhtloNauti icus would not so suddenly have started Into exis tence. As ilie. latter ^ 'ter perBists in the untruths : first put forth by Nauticus, I shati, with jour perniisslou, pay any respects to him, f with the' assurance, that. Veaax is content to pitik iip tfe«- gauntlets thrown by a host . of such champions as j N AUTfcos and his collf a^ues. With regard toJhis ' toird's-eye fiew of the river,', and his question tl why i&e public hay«J not befti ( a sored with the proct««ds of Captajin Welsh's Jucubi-iitions ;'' Vm ax neve...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

r paici of ^Iain. .WmA,A....i....^A'^ to 15:0,, . ? ?.'5ar%/.,,i^V..';-^.--J,--,^.;.^ * Fio.ur^ (!-e6t}^ cwt. I8s.— Drtto (seconds) 16». '? -. '?- aleal, llisk per^ewt. :;^0-v HOBART TOWN, ' ?. ??- wtim, ?..?/.-:-..?.?;?,;, .'-n^ii. |/J^ ^SarJey,. *....k.%.s. ':s. .?..-»,;;?- 0:0 Oatl, .....,......:......... 0 : 0

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HOBART TOWN, DEC. 31, 1831. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

HOBABT, TOWN, DEC. 31, 183U '? 6AJLED. -?'- Ou Tuesday Jan. 3rd, the ship Lord Lyndocb, Captain Liiscom be, for Batavia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

Erratum.— in the adverti6emeut of Cattle Im . pounded at Westbury, in our-Sd page, for «* Phi i- ih^ililey^i^d^'HebiyBohn^yfPoundkeeper.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

LAUNCfiSTGN ACADEMY. ' ; O '«MYT»E 'feels ^grateful for the Xp« -kind, and literal sft^orfrhehas erae- riencexi, aWfliak^he earliest opporUniW ofta* forming Mis Jfrieftds *aed tfee PuWic, *fcat ,*« School will reopen -after one monlh'swcatiottj on the 16th of January next, at the Collegiate, ?Ca»ferott Stmt; jwhich he bas^tted «p for tfeera-; ceptiou of young Gentlemen* -as Boarders, «n M». 4iadei»aeatjobed terms j— .... ? - -?_ ? ? -Guinea* . .: ??? -. - ???.-: perntuiwn. OsetuJfKn6wle^e,(.foryouflg^en- - 30 ° * tlemen urf3er-8 years of.age)..;... 3 ? % Fropi 8 to 12 ditto*. . . . ..^W.Y. .... 35 ;0 _J From 42 *-?vi« ^Htto ? . U ,;. .- * . ~ .-* *-*?. ,. ? ' ' *°* .' ° . -: V v ,Tenn*-, .for day .pupils, ai»d other information* ..©ay be obtained at the Collegiate. JLaancestpii,,^pv«. 1881. \ ? , ?, JSOTICE. fllHE ^naer%acd hereby rfives Notice J- that ail Persons found trespassing on his Grant of l6Gacrf-s, situated oil the east side of the North Gsk, bounded by Jameis' Hilt, Gapt....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

-^ %f^i«0t ana i?-t»*agt. j 'For EnglattH dire^. ' ' |M| rilHE'iiew ^ridsK^bSiit Barque, j 3BX 1 ?'Majh,, AN\^v Jftmes Jack, j «Cdmmanajer, burthpn 4S0 ton-; * As this vessel *tf?'1A *# ^Trib-en|*g«^ she will sail early in -3a»foar»s I , -s.au i j: i. ^m .?-?.? ?- .., - . ? ,.? #^tts^iMW-iyto1^^!^*r^nJ»l-?rd» or .^QLnnQ ^411* fif««fl ia«iK3erton with' ?3BR 1^ fl;tlr posfiibte dispatch, tfce fine new AritCQrti# ship* **##$?* «i*ustA, £a»i»l Hawkins, C^jnmanaeVyexpPCtea here from SSart^^fctotai* ^tbinmtif. ' M 1 is this ship has most of he* C*-feo-«miga#a, early 44»fHmlioiLijJieeeiJSary, Shejhw the Jbest accommodations for PassengerB, and carries a, ^Surgeon. ? ??'??'? ''-';' .'r :''??' ?Apply £0 Captain W*#kis«,od board, or to|f . -?-,-? -?: ..k%-, ,:,. : .^ ? - , &msgmM;* -XaunteStoDiDfeC. 1, ISSW ' J ?' ^ 'W: -jck '* I--';-?. '?? ;. .??? ? -Hii-'-'j-r-. ?--?- ^rn.i,;&Jfj ?». , t^ - .- ' V'- ? .' '.-' W.' ?'_????-'- '!'JiVH^ .''- ; ;' t ?- ' Laoaceston, 1)ec. SO, tfi...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 January 1832

f, j' .?!....?.;. i 1 .-', ? . ' ' ? i^. J ?^^°^%A^^fe%1»I?P IVSRt 'EW8HF+ \ the pb&ervatioo of the Jadre before whom certain persons were fried for a blaspliettbiis libel on the ^li'emo^ W one^ftoote the' 'kkWWhb, it ^aB '^^^adi^nsg^^e^in^'AWu^Etiift;'^ (*»«^anifc M^^ty,^ci8ety^t tgifetto^ B^* je n1810* two wm9 ttirae men «Ught be ? _«? Felice 4tmmm':J* of no doubt,' aid acoi-dingly directed the cba.rge to be dismissed. We quote the abovei anecdote, by way of iUustfating the strength of the public voice. Qne , iudi vjdual, or one ? {larjty, »ay fdMn ao erroneous judgbenty bat the bodj1 of ;the peo* pie, w\^$!$^^&y^ In such a state f of unity w«fiifti.tkt!pubric,;#ttfc regard to th^lo^al livVsof thiVGtil6by.' Ait agree that there ai'&Bore. of ithemtthan! even the frainers can anderstand tiemeoiniog of % knd to make rtat ters worse, we have ah Act passed in January, 1^30, rendering valid all Acts and Ordinances passed by 'the Governor of New South Wales, and t...

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