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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.. LACNCESTON, JANUARY 18th, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. L AON CBSTON, JANUAUY 18th, 1832. ;????? * ARRIVED. Oh Sunday, the ' Thistle,* T. Young, master, from I - Swan River and King -5eorgers Sound, with ' sundries. Passengers— Mr. S. G. Hentv, aud 6 servants. ? SAILED. Oh the 15th instant, the brig ' Brilliant,'* Hopton, - Commander, With colonial produce And part of * her original import Cargo. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis, Mr. Dodery. nemauung-^narques, mary Anne, surrey, ana Princess Augusta (loading for London direct); brig, Brenda; (schooners Resolution, Thistle, Farewell, Henry, and Friendship. ' HOBART TO wSTSaN. 14, l«32i , . ,, ; ARRIVED. On Friday, the «? Helen/1 from, Sydney, on her voy age to the Mauritius aM Swan Rire^^ .

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

TO BE SOLD, and Possession given oe the first of May, 1832, the HOUSE and EXTEN IVE PREMISES now occupied by J. S. Buown, E»q. situate in Charles and Patter son Streets, Launcestoiu ? THE PREMISES * consist «ef THREE ALLOT MENTS, wcjl fenced in, SMALL GARDEN, well stocked withPruit Trees eT the best description, Stable, Fowl-house, &c. The House contains 8 t, .rooms, and is well adapted for th« immediate ac ? cupution of a respectable family; and from the extent -and situation of fhe Premises for baiiding, „ .are worthy the attention of merchants. Particulars .may -be known on application to - _J» .W: GJeadow-, Esq. Solicitor, Launceston; and 1 the House and Premises can be viewed on appii , . -cation Ao Hep. Asst- Com. Genera IBrowne, NOTICE. . THE Public are hereby cautioned against giving credit to my Wife, Mart? AnS Prosskh, as I will not be auswerable for any Debts contracted by her, she having left me with* . out any provocation ; -and should any parties con tinue to h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

For England, direct, jQ. npHE new Briiish-built Barque, JSBE.X, *'Mab¥ Ann,' Jame? Jaci, JdominariiieiV tprtheD, 450 tons. Air this vessel - , Col aH.t^r bargo engafe^, stnS will sail early In '^^pissa^e apffly to the Mkstfer on board j or ' ? ' , , Rfc&BRT PEARS*. taaocestOD-ftharf, 10th Nov. 1 fob, tdNbdN $r£ct. ^6E£jf¥$b S;AJIL ' from Launceston with * ISK'rK alP possible dispatch, the fiae new British built ship, Princess August^, ftunnelilawkins, Commander. As this ship has only room for a few bales of WfibV, early application Is necessary. She Us the , test accommodatjoiis for Passengers, and carries ' Apply ?«CaPT&ivmwK«T«8, oo board, or to | '?''' ';. .: .'?'' ,;'W. ?;??/'«, ?'?; ^.^n^Ms-' J*uoceston, Jan. 12, 183$. j. F9R LONDON, ^Pbl Vealb, Coaaraaoder. AaypBi- ? itfffiieBlrous of shipping Wool &y 'this vessel; fetus t , Aiply toforfe the 1st Jaanai^ tie*tv to ft^HtittU . ©axjCb^ id the office of J. ft. Reis** as she wtfls IbelOth. -.?*?? ?? ,/i-f i...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

VBITTXV TOB ' fffBi Executive' GbtrNciL,--Th'e chirfg^ Wliich ' lias token pjace in the, Eiewitijpetbunqii' of New - 1 South Wales by the rembv^l »f the* Chief 'Justice j from that asspmbly has cirdatyd spme dobi-jts with obi as 'to the utility of an Executive Council at alt.1 la Van Dletaen's Land we have an Executive Council, 'without which the Lieutenant -36Vethor cannot act, except in common place questions. By this means, w enever any measure is adopted which the people consider to be a grievance, the onus is removed from the Lieutenant Governor to the Council; which is an evil, as it renders the Govern ? irresponsible. We know not who to, lay the blame upon. The Councillors seldom or never all assemble; and 'thus it is a moral impos sibility to judge to whom we are indebted for ex ecutive measures. The Governor being relieved by the Council from the onus of injudicious and er roneous acts, is, of course, by a parity of reason ing, deprived of the credit for those which are goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 January 1832

CLEVELAND. THE Van Diemen's Land Company's j horse, Cleveland, will stand to cover this season at Mr. Geokge Scott's, Mount Mor riston, Macqparie River. ... TERMS :— £5 and 5s. the Groom. Payment to be made by note of hand, at. 9 months date, and ..(lent -o Mr. §cptt with the roares ; for such as do ' not prove in foal,' half willbje. returned, or the mare covered gratis tbe- following, season. A Paddock of'SOO litres, with a-riv/er frontage is provided for the, Jisn of^inares, gratis, where every care will be taken of them, but without responsibility.,; ? , Cleveland was imported from England per Tranraere, Captain Wale», in October, 1826, anil has covered three seasons at Circular Head, where he has proved a sure foal getter ; is now eight years old, 16} hands, with great bone and action. The Cleveland, breed is well known in Eng land, as that from which the Yorkshire HunteR and the Carriage Horse are chiefly obtained, as well as beyjg, a very active and useful horse for cart or p...

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PASSAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. RICH AND POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

tASSAGBJS FRpMTHlE DIAEy.QE A LATE PHYSICIAN. , RICH AND fcOOR.. .- .A remarkable aad, affecting ju^U-positionpf the. two poles, bo to speak, of puinan; cojnditipn— jaf- iluenc^-oij.poverty^rati% and ,-|egnad^it4op--pa^n-? under my notice during tne early part; of; th/e year 181'-. The dispensations of Providence are feartul levellers of the factitious distindions among men ! Little boots it to our common foe. whether he pluck his prey from -he dpwoy satin curtained couch, or th.e wretched paiiet of a pri son or a workhouse ! The oppressive splendour of rank apid riches^ indeed !-rwhat has it^/ solace er mitigation to him bidden to w turn hi? pale/ace to th« w*aH'— to Jook Ms last on life, its toy^ and tinselriesi . ' The Earl of ^-rr-'s old tormentor, th.e gout, ftad laid ciosfe siege to him during the early,ip»rt of the winter of 181—, and inflicted on hipa agonies of unu6ual intensity and duration. Jt, left him jp a very low and poor state of health— hjs spirits utterly broken— a...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

MISCELLANEA. France.— The second day of the fete,' Thurs day July 30, to which ou,f;6aturdny evening Jeti. ters alluded; passed off with remarkable uaie- uesi The Kin'glaid the, first: stone of a bridge at lierey, with the usiial ceremonies. The uhjecto, of iflfaction were'H^Hy' ^ivWed, So as W pr^ Elysees, the i oyai family were greeted severally; a«& coljectivjelf with the, gr*Mest etfthu^iasui.1 me weatber was one, ana tne mgn- orjinanuy, U-. lumirtaled. Twiomen were Urresteil, bne'rorcat h.M 0V.'*i4 -«* * Qoi', 95flhe At^tjw saying ^lfl»e4epUi)l.ctwasiel-erinana:il thefdtes.' Th^ ihir^ 4ay,(,(Ff iOayi, tbejday of ' the military tete^ ? went off wit{i sti(l greater grandeur, and with at - few' drawbacks. The K'uig, the peers, the Duke ' ^iS^Wffiffc #^i *ffiioM!EK tf ,hPR?.nr, and ». riutaber 'of (lie generals of Napoleon, some of the roiaistf rs^/j ir/f/Watr^ and a 'tarftfcor|6ge of offi cer's, native and foreign, rode through two line/I of citlzpfl sold^i siW' mm in 'len...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

. ENGLISH MiSCELL ANY. -Separated as ate the people of this Island from the Mother Country — that land of refinement— that centre ot political gravity —which gave birth to many of us, and from which alt have, with few ^exceptions* descended* European intelligence must be to them a treat; and we therefore this week have collated a &oftpeifdUim of information from the latest resources, wliich has «ot been given. Eacti we have. published,; and, therefore, (be most interesting points whereon we can now touch, aS a kkidof sequiel to voac former labors, is the nnlniAn a! «Jbo i-n-JM:4 ibo «iUrit af tlio huhlic joortials «a bi?tb «t-H8*-f ti*e question. _%- H from the New Monthly Magazine, will be aead ly/Uh much pleasure'^ the lover* of a Democracy : *' The composition of Lord Grey's ministry are ttt earnest of its endurance. The chief members of it, without the excuse which may be made for {ftp Premier., are charged with the same haughty negligence and reserve. Wjhich is a charac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

3B£ 1 fiU&mc AN*»r James Jack, QrtlWiiHuli f j bftrtiien' 4^0 ^foie;' A* this 'vessel S^iS^^goS^dvitife will «a»r early ib jtorpBsfiage'appiytto the Master on board* or v; .'.- rr f; BOBERT PEARSfi. lanDcestoq.Wbarf, 10th Nov. FOR LONDON DIRECTV: -Mgr^afiCf SaiL'Frbm Lrftiflcefet66 Vith jEBgr 5LJ $l| possible dispatohi the fine a^ff, : Briit^hj,- buflt ship, Princess Augusta, Jla'%%;fftfP/ Nwimv wws % * *«* bales --* 'Wool, early nfplication is nece&sary. She has the . bejt a^copmodatioDs, for Passengers, and carries Apply to Captain Hawkins, on board, or to ' TiWi'rw -';'-;-'i ???* ' -; ' ' '¥. WILLiAMS. linhfeeston, Jan. 12, 1832. '. \&£fy'c*^ .iNOTiCB/'' ^ ' ' ' ???''? ' JfcJJL ''JyflB fins fast-sailing- brig HlSD, «aUE!&£ JL of JSOOtpDs bprdien is expected to mrrirt here fromSfdftey Woorft the 1st January pltellpp %f)P W sWppW Produce by this Qpportuni ry^m^pfcwse make (, parly .application, so as to get the Cargo' lo' reiflttfefel, JaV she pro*. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

H08ART TOWN,' TW1BE Committee of the Independent Cha ?*- *pel beg 'to lay #ie following statement of tJwJrrinusww b^tore the public: — Amoutrt of Contracts -eiiteied into for purchase of gi owivd, V^sops, Bricklayers, NPIasJtetgrs, Car penters in^Jo^ff^^^:^},^^ £i&0 ?fyfiiA'- Affion^ of^bscriptwia #-K)J6 US £ ?« - V ^ Of -which bVs been recu* 8ZJ& Iff 8 v Still to be collected, . - 189 0 0 ' ? i014lfl' 8~ iLeaviqga deficiency of 554 10 8 ??'-?'? -'' £1589 7 4 *The Committee desire to express their grateful acknow led gmenX .Coir, the support the interest has received, and ^earnestly request the continued as. sistattt-&-orthfc friends to the cause and the public ?at large towards the completion of the undertak ing. .\ . .'...???;..??-.? ;j't,' Sub cri^tions will be received by Mr/Hopkins, Treasurer. Launceston— at the office ,-*- tfie Launcestoh Advertiser, arid by Mr. Jamfes Corbeitt, Ironmonger Upper Clyde— Captain Clarke., N*ir. Norfolk— Mr. Lindiey. Green ...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

P&ICI Of GRAIN. M :!« m LAUNCESTON. \; . .. - ' v, ?„????? j- ? ?.'.-4. tfc '?*. .Wheat, ? '..... 4:0 to 4.: 0 i BaWey, ........ i... 4 ??*'* ' i oVi- ^ Flour- (best) per cwt. 18s.— Ditto (seconds) 15s. .?-.'.i.'.J/: .;..BM» ISs.rperiBitt. /r,., .?.,?;?. -i HOBAUT TOWN, ,.. nWbpat, ..„..,.,.*. ? ,5 .; s , j 1 ;' Wi^v^^My;...'^'^;.., .... ?

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CAPTAIN REWCASTLE AND MR. JACOBS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

****?'? - ''??''' '????? ??'?,'' ?? - * . ;. »i- ,.'i i .. ;. l^^fcn^^ltepi- a« eitrojt jljto whicji-oo|- contemporary of Saturday luBt! has_ been led by ttie*t&tfl practice pf circulptihg fictitious reporjts of accents. Captain Rlwc Nk$U jCtijw hneh alive flftp' ^ell'i inft, Mf. ^ Acofes *%j :tMFanajf, f annoonping ; bis :fdfelitii 'ttyq driiwo^g, ^was 4-ttJfy*3 bav(i«t9lsle(|,(t£e^ Independent,, bat, ifortutttilbelf, the.time.pf^opr publication enabled us to roak^ eneui^e^, whpre_bffi we diBCover that those painful i-epo^p are without ioundation* i TheawMoh^ we ' shoddsayvwho can, thus wantonly sport with th6' fepliHgs of his fellow-{areatur«B, by giviuR #udhi vic^«div-fal6e lnforniaiionU-) ike pwfis, .onght to be ^niversaUy.-fhunned bj|? 8-aci^tyi— Siocer*»ly do: ve .ftope tliat ;the ^hip uJB1izaf mar haw be«»rt. far from the Derwent ere these .repdRs reached v Bobart T^owu, as the effect* oY iutth reports'1 reaching th»- .friends of the«e gentlemen in Eng. Ian4,. wT) hpg...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, JANUARY 25th, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

SHIPPING iKTELLliSENCE* LA4JNCESTON, JANUARY 25th, 1832. , .,; . . ? . AHIUVED. On Saturday, the cutter ' Fanny,' Jacobs, master, from Circular Head, in ballast. ? ?? . -$AIL-£D. .-'_?? ? ??, '? ?'?''-*' On Monday, the barque ^arrey^ William y?aj^- , . , conunan^er, for London,, .^iUi ajfuU ^t^o.^f ? cpioidaJ1: produce, coiisisaotf of wool, 2DS%lls — ba:ii., S25 tons— and !sea)skii)s \ cask.-, PsiS6enr € ^fcrs— Mr. '¥?; Bbu^ier, autiJlir.T. Thaiue. , ? Rfemaiiiihg^-Barques; M^y Atine, and Princess Augusta (loading lor i^udon direcn ; brig. |irejida : «clWbneVs, ^-?Reso!uti6if, Thi8tl6, Farewell, Henry, aiid* Friendsjiip; and. Cutter Fanny. ; . ??? ; ; UOBAHT TOWN, JAN. 21, 1832. SAH.ED. On. Wednesday, the *« David Owen,' Captain An drews, wirii a full cavso, of j^ojoniai pnoduce.r Pafesenger, l^r. Miphan. f ~ ™ . ^ On Tuesday, the schooner 'Harlequin,' for, Sydney -r-Pass^ag^ John Tbllocoi - ? n ? '- ' *M T Tiie.ship.'f |Cli^c eftpeclPd t£fcai?iojn Surid&y, tilfces a full oK...

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

To the BDITOE ofihlB LAUNCESTON ADVC&TISE&. , 'Sin.-^carc*lyja.day passes withoutteomeseriouB acdtlenk pecurriqg here to bouts, throoghnhe wrirp^ p( , vessels stretching across the riveri and npihmg can f more «trongiy point out the; necessity for! in)m1ejdjatelj:lajihg down proper' anf! sufficient'' tnooripgs for, rfie «hippiug which !w6uld!enible ? mnm, , to dispense altogether with those dangerous ' -^^ pot onlj Boats, but the Shipping also -sus- tamjHifi mpstflerioujs inconvenience thta»gb feeing c^£^med,^lor wast of mooriingsf tolttWiwarpi ;^ anJ|t: the locaf government have any desire' to provide necess|kry acc^mmodd'ion for:-tttc -$ncrea»' Ing coniroerce pf the placev they wM Trolly 5 no i Ibriger defer orderhig proper tnooriog« fdr the sbippiog to be immediatel^iaid doWn. '- , ' '^:;.;; Ttnirt^eaienti^, ' ''' . , . W|!. ? ?j^_JPrlfX8?fWi.^Il*'»*»«' TAnbifier proof dfihe necessity of, some bet«, 1CiptWnAobawib:'Wfe8len]tai!g{S bvSwawsft' ttle «Tbi»tH' afad Unf...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

FRIBI XHS H-lBA.aT TO Wl£&A§BTtfir SA-TDRDiYV JAN, ^} 1832. , ' FafiE— William . Alljsn. Clfderr-WiHiani Smith. Piinc«#JDhar lotte-T-^Sarah Wilson. Maria— TLornas plHott, Prince of , Orange— Walter Egginton. Lady East- James Brojn&aJl.ido James Gardiner, per Albion, and WHliata HaVris, Iadefetirable have been deprived of their tickets of leave for improper ? conduct : uDil the tickotJield bf John JSnnie. Ch«i»niaii# hBg been suspended for 12 months for disorderly conduct. Edward Cain, per Wjlliaiu Miles. -haB*enj suspended from hig eita ation as constable . for improper cobduct. ' _ _ ? '?'? ''?'?' ?' '-?'???* '? ?'--'-????» . -? ? ' \ ' '- ' .,*.?;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

TO dttttRtfii'b^E^TS-*' A ¥»itor*t fefpeet i ing Mr. Hobler*s Bridge cannot ipp^f, jiors^Vjeril i reasone.— In the firet place it d*iel infet feteVto a sub ! ject of any public interfstiaiid, secondly ,i;the let : ter we consider to be the produce of some private p^upj|iis»^jpaJ^t1^ib^i«ouri^, ^ ^ Hfll -(^urdu8 T^m^nic^iasbeen received; but wl~ commiunica,tiofl r^quire^.somc congideratipn. ... i o L : ..j, .», ,,^.^.a»if»j .??-,-; j--^. ??-? '?????;i*r . ;£ j^ .??-»ij!itq

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

---.,.? - :- -NOTICE ? . ' v*;,;~ ,.T* ; Charies SbeweJl, A1r8 ,(:mt% irit. Mr. Sutherland's, and all ot^r persons, iRho^iavt! '?M Fire Arms' for repaid, that unless tn«y ai*- i Wow4,. and ejcp^nses^psfld 'WlHtfii'H1 dayVoT , this nciiijf , U)«*y wiil.bev^)l4 to deJrajth^iame.. f Brisbaae*street, ??'? '???? ' . January 23d, 1882. v -v .;,'.- t ? . . i TO BE. SOLO rBY PUBLIC AUCTION,' ' AN Wednesday, 15th day of February ? ' uext, at the NJore now ta.tiieoccupa . tion of Capt. W. L. Goodwin* the undnriueh. tion^d articles, being the remoininV eflects of the at- Mr.. James Ash,, decease^ ,*iz:— ' A horse cart; several piece goods, cotton wick, one ton arid a half of routton tat, a bakers trough end apparatus complete, Stables, 4 chairs, and .eeymt other Hriicl-?svto pay store *etft «id other Jiuidetital ch?.rg«»8, ; ,' ? '??.????? Also., to tlosp Consignm^i.t^— leases of Hol lands, in bond ; 2 ullages ol&Hu.dy, 4 ba^s Watk pepper, a quantity of china «i)ks, malting, and .other...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

X '[[- '.WEoifE^PAJ, Jan. 25, 1882. '-'»f»-\i 04& Contemporaries.— Having; upderstood that rf ' f-some^r-bur retfd^re have ^re^seii eufprifee ;, that jre should pass over th- articles, pu(rv * |- j ;^ri|^g1Ur ferirJfe^i«?^^^-*w^Mit' f Ortb*r - -: { explanation, we beg to state, *xplit-Say; that ? '? ' Jtis-nol our intention %o occupy the' -BpttCfe* ; . = in our colamns whi^bat ifi^nr duty to devote r; i to the;pt)bUcv ttnneceBeenly,/ by Embroiling I ! ourselves, on any occasion, witb the Editors ~: ? , of other Journals ; and that Hn- the pre$4nt 1 '. .linstance the iquotatibos from theiAo^^xiBElft --JI n ; rar^sd;garbled^an'd%be a11usfons4u^Ubfair1jv ; dfaww, that h*re 8o not think it necessary to ' ' ^ pay any frefea«J*o?tli* tirades.-' -.'wtfvA ami. iet.ftVe.ry f-wrUer! act «(» i)est pleases himself -t-r At* ^ ' i ? tariff jv^ sttldy -to please no uparticojiar + - ll'.| nidapor SBt^uxhrjoen. '??-' ?;?? ?-.'(:?? ;: ???(???, ?; -i-^m. . f !iT CotiifeiiipBwry last ; w*fc te«...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

- THE ADVERTISER. - \. *p-j' i .? i^ ? j' ^M-«ft,(G%:ov, JPcnctc O*riCEi«.'-i-Thetie are Tew perAonSigreMej advocates ? lory reasonable ecoho ny^W wcv iicancK :of pfablki: e^pendt|uro than ouiSBelves ; Jjnft wjejntfv a wide Mrie ibf, -dfstl6o. tlon between Balujtaiy Economy barfd -p$rBf ifttfUy. To iecuce the : service* pf mfen of ' ability aodtn-3 - tegrjty, e Jnfficient pay ffluBt1 be given, mstte nere respectability of a. GovernntetttP situation trill not pay the quarterlyjjjjjji of., sondry butch. €Wi«teke^)^ SPfW1^ .?Jlwf«fiWf!*l8l*f5rf0». ftges for the subsistence .of a family. We have . ^.beealn theconrat of the week id company with oue or two of those choice spirits, called patriots, who took occasion to inveigh against the enorj moos salaries of public officers, instancing those of the Colonial Secretary, his chief Clerk, the Chief Police Magistrate, Port Officers, &c. &c &c, . AS it is one of our rnjtes of conduct, nei ther to say or do any thing in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

^t-r -r. - ?' ? ^k :_ ' ? : : _ _ fW\ WILLIAMS offers for SALE best m ? Hyson Skin Tea jit £3 10s, per Chest ISw wblaie'Ch^ts; and best Isle of France Sugar ? at *3Oper Ton,— with every other article at . ISflttMlj reduced rates. ' ? -\: ? S^R^Pf^^^^^^ : 3JT0TICE is Hereby Given, that this - '?*?* Court will tipld a criminal Session at the Court House, Launceston, on Tuesday, the , 7tb day of February, 188^, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, for, g&itrjai «& sqjch : prisoners as shall then be in His Majesty's Gaol at Launceston. By order of Bis Honor ihfc Chief Justice, GEO. M. STEPHEN. QUARTER SESSlQN^.FpR THE DISTRICT j -u^v nvtwx --* .fcAWCJtgTAN*:; ../..:. . . ? ? H ?PkrOTlGB is bereby given ihat the next! -*-* Ceoer^ Quarter Sessions of the Peace] for the District of LauncVst^n, will be holden by 1 Bj^ouro/nW at ihf Cqjirt Bouse, Launcestob, on 1 Tuesday the 31st Jaiiuary next, at $0 o'clock in I Ifie for en^on, wpen , all , persons upper fecogni- 1 feknc'e to' ap...

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