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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

19th February, 1841. You will admit that the protraeted imprison- ment has already inflicted quite enough punish- ment without adding more in the shape of the         above notice—the more so, since it does not seem to have emanated from any authority but that of the Jailor. The Debtors have just reason to sup- pose, that such a notice could never have been sanctioned by the proper authorities, knowing full well, that at this time of the year in particu- lar, parties cannot consistently walk abroad to visit their friends in the Gaol till the cool of the evening, and comply with the Jailor's oders. The indulgence, as it formerly stood, if such it may be called, of permitting friends and strangers to remain till 9 p.m. has never yet been abused;   and if such notice is really legal, and authorized, surely the name or names of the authorities should be signed by them.   JUSTITIA.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

ROBBERIES.—On Monday night, J. Conway, who has been acquilted that afternoon of stealing two watches from the house of Authory Best. MCrphatt-street, was again apprehended on a   charge of knocking down a man in Light-square and robbing him of his watch, within a few hours   after being acquitted. On Wednesday night William Vaughan, who was also acquiteent at the sessions on a charge of breaking into the shop of M. Doiron. was apprehended on a charge of breaking into the shop of Messrs Murray, Greig,   and Co., Hindley-street, that evening, and stealing therefrom a quantity of wearing apparel. He was remanded till Tuesday. We are informed that Vaughan is the head of a regular body of robbers, and we trust the police will keep a sharp look-out on his associates—two of whom were with him when he ws apprehended. THE THEATER—We are happy to say this   place of public amusement continues to be re- spectably attended, and the entertainme...

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THE BOLTER GARRATT. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

THE BOLTER GARRATT. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. GENTLEMEN—Subscribing as I do to the wide spread influence of the press — an influence which operates, or ought to do, for the promotion of good and the suppression of evil more forcibly than any engine of modern times, and cordially   congratulating the age in which I live that such is   the case, may I be permitted to express my ex- treme disappointment and surprise that, hitherto,   this powerful medium of conveying public   opinion has not been exercised in denouncing the conduct and proceedings of one lately a mer- chant in this place, Mr S. B. Garratt, who, by his premeditated villany, has brought disgrace upon   the colony, far exceeding any which can accrue   from public acts which are made the subject of   leading articles and elaborate appeals from the   press. On them a wide difference of opinion &...

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CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Saturday March 6. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

CRIMINAL SESSIONS. Saturday March 6. John Wilson was put to the bar on the charge of firing at Constable Thos. Kennet in the month of February last, with the intent to commit murder. The Advovate-general conducted the case on the part of the Crown, and Mr Mann appeared for the defence.   Kennett being called, deposed to the parties having been quarreling on the night in question, when he and another policeman interposed to prevent any further disturbance. Finding they would not desist, they took prisoner, another man, and a woman into custody. Crossing Currie street, to take him to the office, the prisoner     wrenched himself from Reid, struck at him, and ran towards Mr Solomon's, in the direction of King William Street. They pursued him, and overtook him, upon which Reid took out his staff to strike at him, with the view of stopping him. Witness observed him then taking something from       his breast, the prisoner then fell, and...

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LATEST FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 13 March 1841

LATEST FROM ENGLAND. By the kindness of a passenger of the John Cooper, just arrired, wo are in possession of a Glasgow paper of the 28the October. The John Cooper speke the Harlequin, for Sydney, which left England about the 10th November, and learned that early in that month Her Mujesty Queen Victoria had been safely de- livered of a daughter. The intelligence we find in the Glasgow Constitutional is varied and important. The question of peace or war between France and England had been settled in favor of peace. The French Minister Thiers and his clique had resigned, and a new Ministry, under the presidency of Marshal Soult, had been formed.   A frewsh attempt had been made to assassinate Louis Phillippe. Tlie King of Holland had abdicated in favor of his son, the Prince of Orange, who had assumed the sovereignity. The Queen Regent of Spain had also ab- dicated, and left Madrid for France. She is understood to have married her favorite Munoz. The war in Syria continue...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

sales i:y auction. CO ADKI.MOE AI'CTIW COM TAW. M.NU >Vil.l.UM bI.U I I. IVIF. ririrtore ?.•(? to intimate that tlioir iiceut. N. li>-ntt.ain. will traMKiicf the but;i. rii-nsof mi AiK'iumiTi, A|i|t'uiK-r, iii;<l Coiiiiiii-sum Aueiit, |iiviii|j tlixt K-eiiiily lor I!•?- ti':i(ie dune v Inoli v I'ml vof respi ct«ole prujirit/t<jr? (tone can rii:.i.ii.U-;'. JOHN JUKKIt, rii.?iiu:nn. AUcrioNi:i:u, aitihiskh, and commission A'JKNT. To (ie Public of South Australia. KNOWING that m >ny parlies iiavu tern led lo suppose 1 lmv<! ivliied Iron) pvueial ItUMiit'ss. I iwf to state the only change is. that lilt my trun?:irtions in either of the «'U|mritii'S AUT, GCARANTLICP ISV A COMPANY t'f re'jiertuMe proprit-tois. ?n utlvaittnge no one ••.so in the |noi':ncc can ofl'-r. 'i'lie |:i<-i nt ist4te of thin br.inrli of business must sat'sfy tlie most credulous llitt the biidnnSteii t.eonrity my position with the Ade liiide Aiiclion Company enable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

FOX LONDON' DIRECT. jr/~#r THK line teak-built lioiqu* M«VWfc^ WGNET, :1H? tons. Captain WfrvSHK^ ''"'N'oll> *V?H complete her Ia iRBWWE^^ *''"£ •" v leW (Ia >' li* "?''lcr# of ■4ll??Hiil9 woul will therefoic have tlie kiiirtiicKi, ut i.invaid tlic fcanie Jo the. P.irt imme diately. There we now only two cabins disen gaged, for which early implication if necessary. JO:iN SNOOKE, Afent to the Veaiel. Hiiidley end King William 6trce«, March 19.18*1. FOR IH>RT I'mtt.ll' AND SYDSUY, 'J\> tail in about eight diys. e-STr- TUP. remarkably iine fast-wilim; |Wffm\ A ! *hip JOHN COOPER. UmmjSf^^L. <*'W lons per rrginrcr, James JB|jLj|jOlP^ Salmon, commander, will rail vi J33SBm& above without fail. Fur trciirht or passage, tipply to the Captain, on board i or to MURRAY. CRKIO, fi: CO, Agent* to tlic V«6?el. Hindley-Mr.rr. I7c)i Mmcb. 1841 FOR UOBART TOWN DiKECT. I A*AT^ f"r rrtsT-sniliuf; ►diooner MA?YS, will sail for tbc«liov«|<ort in a U\\ AUHtfKT d...

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. T[?] records."-[?]. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. T[?] records."-[?]. PYTHAGOHEAN SYSTEM OF NUMBERS.-The Pythagoreans applied the arialmetical proper-<* ties of numbers to the most abstract and profound spihces. We shall see, in a few words, whether tlieii' f-ysfcm deserved the renown which it oti tained in tlio world, and lurv far it merited the lioiiipout. title ot tlic Arit bwtieal Thpo'ogy, givi'ii to it by Nicimi ic'ius Tbe uiiitv, having no parts, should t>c considered le>K us a iiunil>cr idau us 'he genet'Htivc jivnieiple i>!" ill ihii>i!>its. llei?«*e. Rail tlie l'yth«i:ou-uiis. it breomes us it \v«'r«* tlieess-fiitiid ?tlritnitt>, the siililin:<> vlmrnc t.-r, tlie sea! of God—who is irvi-n-minliy cni|id Him wlio is «nr. It i* die only title wliieli is iiccordant to Him, and which distinguishes Him (coin nil (1,.' otliiT bcinus uvao Wc-ie :i<i-e>f<.tiitly subject to tiiatiL'C. To r«'|?resrnt a rloiirisliini; und vvpll-i...

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The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1841. THE SELF-SUPPORTING PRINCIPLE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

The South Australian Register. ADELAIDE: SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1841. THE SELF-SUPPORTING PRINCIPLE DEAD. COLONEL GAWLER has certainly very curious and original notions of the self-suporting principle, which, we are told, "he has sacri- ficed to save the colony ;" and we must ac- knowledge that the proof which his Excellency brings forward in support of the sacrifice is ingenious and conclusive. One would have thought that a gentleman appointed and paid to carry out a principle of no slight importance in the administration of the vast colonial empire of England, might be reasonably expected to possess some know- ledge, more or less according to his mental calibre, of a system the application of which   he was to superintend. To a certain extent, Colonel Gawler has fulfilled this condition. the first public opportunity his Excellency had after his appointment in England was seized upon by him to declare that "ours is a   self-supporting colony, and we glory in ...

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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. THE presentment of the Grand Jury at the close of the Sessions will produce, it is to be hoped, a modification of the present system in reference particularly to the trial of persons committed on charges of the trifling character which in England are generally and properly   left to the Courts of Quarter Sessions. On reference to the calendar, we observe that, out of thirty-one persons committed, only twelve were convicted. Two capital offences were charged—on one of which — shooting at a constable with intent to do bodily injury—the jury found a verdict of guilty, and the Judge ordered sentence of death to be recorded. The other was a case of rape, which ended in an acquittal. The remainder of the cases were principally petty thefts—such as stealing a cotton pocket handkerchief—a "pair of trousers of the value of six shillings,'' and the like—far more fitted to be dealt with by a Bench of Magistrates than by any more solemn tribunal. We notice also that many of ...

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SEIZURE OF THE FRENCH MERCHANTMAN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

SEIZURE OF THE FRENCH MER- CHANTMAN. THE infatuated and ruinous proceedings adop- ted by the authorities in the case of the Ville de Bordeaux, are still persevered in. The ship remains in possession of the Custom House officers, and the humbug legal proceed- ings by which the desperate folly is attempted to be covered, are suffered to lag after a fashion altogether, and we hope exclusively, official. The large flock of sheep which was seized by order of the Collector of Customs, after being detained for nearly a month in the custody of the police, was eventually given up and sold in its deteriorated condition, under protest, at the risk of the Collector, at 14s. 6d. per head —a loss of nearly £1200 being thereby incur- red—the first fruits of this precious affair. The ship itself is fast going to wreck in the harbour, and every means which the gentlemen in "brief authority" can practice, are taken to add to the gross injustice already committed. It was only yesterday, as we are info...

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MINERAL TREASURES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

MINERAL TREASURES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. IN Addition to the well-proved agrientural and pastoral capabilites of the province, in has long been known to scientfic observers that the mountain ranges contained mineral produc- tions of great value. Mr Menge's geological collection at present exhibits numerous speci- mens of gold, silver, copper, lead, and iron ores found in the more northerly districts, and no doubt exists that the hills immediately be- hind Adelaide are rich in mineral wealth. A few weeks ago, indeed, this fact was placed beyond doubt, by the accidental discovery of a splendid mineral in the immediate neighbour- hood of the town, combining in proportions not yet exactly ascertained—lead, silver; and antimony. The ore is in the greatest pro- fusion, and of unequalled richness. In the     true South Australian spirit of enterprise, a compny has been formed to work the mine,   and arrangements have been already made to ship a considerab...

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SUPREME COURT-CIVIL SITTINGS. BEFORE HIS HONOR [?]. 19th March, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE COOPER. 18th March, 1841. The Court sat at ten o'clock. The first case called was Smith v. Milne, but on the suggestion of his Honor, the undefended causes were taken first Newman & Co. v. Deane. On a Bill of Ex- change accepted by the deffendant. Verdict for the plaintiffs, £52 0s 7d.   Newman & Co. v. Pitman. On a Bill of Ex- change drawn by defendant. Verdict for the plaintiffs, £51 15s. Bank of Australasia v. Crispe. On a bill of Exchange accepted by defendant. Verdict for   plaintiffs, £164. Newman and another v. Wright. On a Bill of Exchange accepted by the defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, £51 15. Gerratt and another v. Catchlove. On a Bill of Exchange accepted by defendant. Verdict for       plaintiff, £36 13s.   Freeman v. Hillier On a Bill of Exhange   accepted by the defendant. Verdict £35 1s.   George...

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CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. (From Wednesday's Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. (From Wednesday's Chronicle.) WE beg to direct the notice of our readers to the following very interesting report of the proceed- ings of this society. Part of the proceedings at the meeting on Monday, we copy from the Southern Australia—the report of the committee   has been kindly furnished to us by the Secretary to the society, Mr Gell. On Monday afternoon, a meeting of the members and friends of the above society was held in the school room, at the back of Trinity Church, North- terrace, for the purpose of furthering the desirable and most important objects of the institution—the Rev. C. B. Howard, in the chair. From the hour at which the meeting was held, the attendance was not large, but highly respectable. The Chairman having opened the meeting with prayer, delivered to his audience a very neat and appropriate address. Righteousness exalted   a nation, but sin was a reproach to any people. The sentiment contained in that port...

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THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY-No. 9. ENTOMOLOGY-NEUROPTERA. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COLONY.— No. 9. ENTOMOLOGY — NEUROPTERA. THIS light and airy order of insects claim to be next considered, being distributed over all parts of the world, especially of the warmer regions. Many of the genera frequent the banks or skin with untiring wings over some rush-grown stream (beneath which in the larva and pupa states they had lived so long), occasionally dipping the fore part of their bodies in the water, delighting still in its refreshing   coolness, though now inhabiting a different element; others roam over the plains and grassy knolls, sometimes entering our gardens attracted perhaps by the sweet scent of the   flowers, or rather the insects that feed on them and the pure milk white blossoms of the vege- table pea, where, on the approach of any one they are soon put to flight—seldom, without great caution, allowing their forms to be seen.   We do not here seem to possess any of the genus Libellula, or drago...

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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. March 19, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 20 March 1841

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. March 19, 1841. WHOLESALE. RETAIL.   ALE— £. s. d. £. s. d.     Ashby's, p barrel 5 5 0 5 10 0 Burton, ditto 6 10 0 Dunbar's, p dozen 0 15 0 1 4 0 Elliott & Co.'s, per barrel 6 0 0 Hoare & Co.'s, ditto 6 0 0 Truman, Hanbury, & Co.'s, ditto 6 0 0 6 6 0 Barley, English, p bushel 0 5 0 0 6 0 Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 5 0 0 6 0 Beef, salt, p cask 6 0 0   Ditto, fresh, p lb 0 0 7 0 0 8 Beer, Colonial, p hhd 4 0 0 4 10 0 Bran, p 20lb 0 3 6 Bread, p 4-lb. loaf 0 1 4 Butter, Irish, p lb 0 1 2 0 1 8 Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 1 6 0 2 0 Candles — English, was, p lb 0 2 3 0 3 0 Ditto, spermacetti, ditto 0 2 3 0 3 0 Colonial, moulds, ditto 0 0 9 0 1 0 Burford's dips, ditto 0 0 10 Canvas, p bolt 3 10 0 Cedar, in log, p foot 0 0 4 Ditto, inch boards, ditto 0 0 5½ 0 0 7 Cheese, English, p lb 0 1 8 Ditto, Colonial, ditto 0 1 0 Cigars, Manilla (in bond), p thousand 3 10 0 4 10 0 Dtto, Chinsurah, ditto di...

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THE MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

THE MINING COMPANY. THE company for the purpose of working the valuable lead and silver mine discovered near Glen Osmond has at length been formed, and will immediately commence active operations under an intelligent and respectable body of directors, possessing the full confidence of the public. No less than forty boxes of the ore   were yesterday shipped per Cygnet for London. We recommend to such of our friends at home as many see the present notice, to apply at the offices of the South Australian Company for   further information in reference to this im- portant discovery. It is probable that they will at the same time be able to secure specimens   of the ore which the Cygnet takes to England, and so satisfy themselves of the quality of the mineral productions of South Australia.  

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FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. T[?]l fond records."-SHAKSPERE. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

FACTS, FANCIES, AND RECOLLECTIONS. T[?]l fond records."-SHAKSPERE. PORTRAIT OF A SPANISH BEAU IN THE YEAR 1077, by the Countess D' Auliois.-"As I ended translating this letter, which I send you, the Alcade's son came to see me ; he was a young man M'Lo Imd a good o|iiniuii uf himself, and «vl>o v.as a true yunp. Let nut tliis wortl uflend you, dear cousin i yuap is tbc same in £j?atiit>li us v tirevc, gallant, and spark v witd us. His lair w?s |mttcd on (be crown of bis bend, und tivd behind with v blue ribbon tliout (our fiiij?i'rf breadth, avid about tw-o yards long, Mrbivb bung do«rn tt its lull length ( his lircecln's were of black velvet, buttonud down «« each knee with five or tix buttons; he hj4 a vect wn so short that it *™rce loarlicd below his poikcts; a Boollopcd doublet, with l.jm^inp eloetts about lour linden Lreath, made ?I while embroidered eatin t lii*> cloak was of bUok kaiie. and he, tiring a «|?att, had M-rappea it luund his aroi, because this is marc #d!...

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FEROCIOUS DOGS. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

FEROCIOUS DOGS. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. GENTLFMEN-I beg have through the medium of your columns, to call the attention of the au-<*> thorities to the last then number of the these animals are still allowed to intest our streets, trequently. lo ttic M'rioiiK niiuoviini'u i"id <lai.^.r ol tiie itihalittiiins when eiiwi'd idnnit their luvlu liusi:ies^ A-. ? pionl ot this, I h,id iteiM^i'm. a few «*\vuni£<- i'-W, t<? vv.i!i- rlosvn <>tritf<.-lUstivet, und Imvim; pijs*< ( | l'!iitdn;.tt>l!.Ff|tiitr? l several lnrtrc «10-:«-uislisd (iiii'Mi<ly low nds m?>,thnm of whte.li I e««ld with «lidiedlty heat off, :wA not until I h«d ii-.-at-'V di-tb:«'d tiv>« of them vithu frtick wlccii I <<:'t(tuatily h>.'l viilh toe at tin time. Now, tliis is truly a «Ji«j;rai-( fnl st.ite <.( tl.in^s, undo"'! which lrts liceti jillow.'d to re :a it t...

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BOTANICAL GARDENS. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 27 March 1841

BOTANICAL GARDENS. TO THE EDITORS OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER. GENTLEMEN-I attended the Agrieultural and Horticultural Show yesterday, and was [?] pleased with the line vegetables and fruit pro-<*> duced. I have subseribed, like many others, the Hot-.niicil (tiiril.-us, in tl><> Ihi|m- ili-i th.-v would ttikfl :t lt".?l in «lii*wiiv? wiint tin- m'.ii'V coulil produce ; anil I li\m> \i-iicit tln> j,| ~-.-,,..,-,. or twice, :m<l huve k«?«mi <suiiii' vi-ry tin.- incl..!, niul slirnliK,titu searcly any plants or r-ire Inn!*, or trios, siicli us ini<jht li'l lnoU"il tur i<i sinU i-< -t:ihli<hmentN. Tin-last time I wwiit. i':i. -ih-lim<? were ri|H-. :md I xvii-- il.ii|:.'r I -.11 l|i-..ii v l, (i.- : walks In Miini: |ic-K.iu lii'lon^in^ to tin- M.-uileiuu, I KlltltlD?l', Wll<l WTiS-, it SSCI'IKOiI. S.MIt to fdllo'.V lII.', fur what nii'posi' I eritM not a-ri'i-...

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