ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Launceston Advertiser Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 17,139 items from Launceston Advertiser, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
17,139 results
THE PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

THE PUBLIC WORKS. Were we to mention the public Works of Lann.T' ceston only tfnder this title, we should, uuques tipnably, libel the Authorities » as they, good souls, have taken especial care to prevent the magnitude of the government establishment at JLaupceston^ being a .cause of complaint, us will appear by oar public buildings, &c ; but although in tiffs despised and unjustly .neglected county, very few works of public utility have been even cdtaimenced,— it is not so all over the Colony. Our nresent numose is to animadvert mmn thn hiaUit —which bn» tak^u place between the old Lumber Yard solera and the new con tract system. The old proverb of ** twp «too|B' IS Vew-ified td the letter in this in«tat-ce. WitlijaJllts jfnults the Lumber. Yard system i»a- productive of something ; -and although occafcigri aily a Httle absurd tricing away 4he pubiic money Sas ocpurred jn, building piac««, and not usftie Item, (at Brighton to wit;) in coioincniUng ^uii^ings And not fiiilshi...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY'S COAL-WORKERS AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 25 January 1832

AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY'S COAL- WORKS AT NEWCASTLE. [FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTE] According to our promise in a former number, we are now enabled to give a brief description of   these works, which are the first and only ones of this kind in the Colony of New South Wales. The main shaft or pit by which the coal is rais- ed to the surface, is situated on a commanding hill about one-fifth of a mile to the Westward of the present town of Newcastle, and a little be- yond the limits of the town, as originally laid down in the intended plan. The pit is 9 feet in diameter, and 46 yards in depth to the working seam of coal : the breadth of the seam being be tween 3 and 4 feet.   To prevent the necessity of raising the water to the surface, to keep the mine clear, a tunnel has been driven from the shaft through the side of the hill for carrying it off, at the depth of 16 yards from the surface, so that the water is only to be raised 30 yards. The tunnel also pas...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NEW PEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

NEW PEERS. The Gazette of last night announces the issue of patents from the King, granting to Archibald, Earl of Cassiiis, K. T. the name, style, and title of Marquis of Ailsa. of the Isle of Ailsa, in tbe County1 of Ayr, and the dignity of a Marquis of the United Kingdom; To John, Earl of Bredalbane, the names, 6tyles and titles of Earl Orroelie and Marquis of Brea-- dalbane, with the dignity of Earl and Marquis o( the United Kingdom. ' To 'Robert, Earl of Gro«venor, the dignity of a marquisate, with the title of Marquis of West minster. ' . To lord George Augustus Heryry Cavendish, ii baronage and «arldom* as Baron Cavendish, of Eighty, Yorkshire, and Earl of Bnrlington. To Robert Dundas, Viscount Duncan, an earl dom, and the title of Earl Cam perdown, of Lun dic, Forfar, and Glencagles, Penh. To Thomas, Viscount Northland, an earldom, and the title of Earl Runturly, of Dungannon, Tyrone. A baronage, to Thomas, Marquis of Headfonl, as Baron KenHs, of Kenlis, Meath. To John Chambr...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
From the ATLAS of the 1lth of September, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

From the Atlas of the 11 th of September, 1831^ Witit av IV. hdsperformed the esBerftiBtdati« manner as to encourage the hopes of his Boblecti tUt wisdom, phidenc4, *ft3 rewtuti^ wffl fchi r^rJsebisifuturedealiMgpwItb Uwig. Aulm in Jiis yputh kept the baptismal, vow taken fojr him at fit* inatfgnrttioh irtW ttie kingly office f and oh Thursdayv,in theeyes of the ^otld,' M perfprmedhis par t. in. t!je. ceremony, of conjirma his .people to discharge iheucefoeward Uhe duties ana according to his conscience and nfe Mthi ^no , preparations for ttie coronation filled the public minajto.rtjJ exclasjpp &.&-&& flm* $$&z ceptmg that of reform, for the last few days. Thegrtatdiffer^ricfet^tween'tbiBccltibriflortafttt ^V^^'wer»1rtan»if^few^rw*s^^ expense. The nation paid out one-fourth or thb soffi on this occa^itHi wWtH* the; list coft*flfttl&ff 9RS* iril^^lflft 'fflsj J.^fpportfott»3»a^pg^ ',m private meamon the occasion : dukes, marquistes. kfl...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

MISCELLANEA. The British CAown is about 15 inches high, and its archesiCross each other at a narrow point, surmounted with a globe, above which is the. cross. Four fleUiwle-lis, or spear.heads, as anti quaries may determlo*-, and fourcrosies% surround the verge. It surrounds a cap of crimson1 velvet, trimmed with ermine. The ruby worn by the Black Prince at Cressy, and'by Henry V. at Agin couri , is in the cross. The vatu«- is; supposed to' be ^150,000. Diamonds, pearls^ emeralds, sapphires, and rubies, cover it in every part. The I'ALLADiuMi— In the ancient chair on which the Kings of England have been crowned since Edward 11., is inserted a stone of an oblong form, but irregular, measuring twenty-six inches in length, sixteen and three quarters in breadth, and ten and a half in thickness ; is of a eranjijiar sienite; cbiefl j quartz, with light and reddish, coloured feldspar; and also light and Idaidt mica. ^TMs i* the 'celebrated tnystic relic which the Scots looked, on as the pa...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

FOR THE ISLE OF FRANCE, -'lifib' TITOE good brig Hind, R. Sgott, . -\Kwi\ K '«- commander, will leave this 'Port for the Mauritius positively on the 21st of ?February next, with or without Cargo. J?ot Freight or passage apply to . ? T.WILLIAMS. Lauoces'toD, Jan. 27, 1832. , General iPost Office, Launcveton, 30th January, 1832. THE MAIi, for ENGLAND by the *- Mary Anne? Captain Jack, will dove on FRIDAY the 10th FEBRUARY next. A. WRIGHTE, Postmaster. ; NOTICE. MR. RtCHARP WHITE of the Laun sesiou Hotel, io Launceston, being about to it-avethe-Coionyvreq.tiestsifeatan per 6008 indebted to him, will pay the same on or ?before the 1st day of March next, otherwise their accounts will be placed io the hands of his Soli' citor. WANTED BY A Single Mao, a Situation as Overseer to ad Agricultural Establish ment. The Advertiser is well acquainted with the breeding and general management of Stock. Apply at the Office of Messrs. Wickbam aDd ?Lutnley, Solicitors, Launceston. Good Testimonials can...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

To the Editor of the Launces.ion Advertiser. Sir— I have ever been of opinion that it is less injurious to the hallowed interests of religion, for individuals not to attend at Church, than to attend with indecorum. Charity may apologize for their absence.* it may be ascribed to illness or other vicissitudes beyond all human control. But glar ing indifference while the service due to the God of Heaven is progressing;, admits of neither efc tennation nor excuse. As the sole object of this fetter is, by abating an evil, to promote goodness, 1 will so measure the applicability of ray lan guage as not to exasperate those who have erred, perhaps from weakness rather than from depravity. Instead, therefore, of pouring forth the vial of intemperate wrath upon many whom it must* be notorious most grossly misdemean themselves in the Temple consecrated to their Creator, I will with frankness ask them, whether to violate flit worship constitutes their pleasure? Earnestly hoping that this well-t...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

FROM THE HOB ART TOWN GAZETTE, I Saturday, Jan. 28, 1832. I PUBLIC . POUNDS.— The following persons bave been appointed I Poondkeepers -.—Patrick MCasber. on the Farm called the I ' Retreat'on the south 1)ank of the Meauder. near tbe town- 1 Rhig_of Deloralne, within the Police District of Norfolk I PlaiuB. JameB Gray, near the junction of tE»^t. Pauls and I South Est Rivers, and on the So nth Bank thVeof, within I the Police District of Campbell Town. WiHiate Gjay, at I Burnside in the District of Morven. Within the Police X-£s- I trict of Launceston. The Pound lately kept by Williaa I - Hpbbs. in the District of Bothwell is no longer,* Pound. ' I FREE,— Lo wry Valentine. 51, Clyde. SUtiuBUnt t- 1 ..'.??? - ??.-... kkJsMy ''

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

LAUNCmTON ADrERTISER. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 1, j 832. . The ** Hind,' from Sydney, has brought «s English aud European News to the llib «f September 4 which arrived by the Porcu pine, on the 8th instant. . The Coronation was the atl-absorbing topic, and took place on the 8th of Sept — An account, extracted from the Sydney Journals, will fee found in another page. The Reform Bill liad passed the Second Reading in the Commons. — It was expected that a violent opposition would be made to it in the Lords. The commercial accounts are flattering. Our Wool maintained its character : at a sale on the 9tk of September, 419 bates I fetched from lUd. to Is. lUd. 237 bales from New South Wales sold at from Hid. to 2s. Sid. The Foreign Intelligence received by this opportunity, (to the early part of Sept.) is only what might have been anticipated;— The Powers of ftnrope had so far espoused the cause of Poland as to mediate, with Russia. The French troops occupied Belgium; Leopold found the -crown sit ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 1st,1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

? . ........ ^ . ; . . ? | SHIPPING WTELLIGgNCfii I LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 1st, lisC I ARRIVED. I January 26th— The brig .« Hind,*1 R. Scott, master, from Sydney, with a general cargo,, consigned to ,J Messrs. .Williams, Walkinshaw, S. ' Lordi Smith ] Brothers, and order. Passengers — Mr. and-M^ Lord, Mr. Smith, Mrs. M'Clymont, Miss. Wl^ liams, and Messts. Dickson, Maddox, Morgan, and Williams, . . i l ? ! sailed. ' . ,?? Yesterday, the schooner ' FrieridBhJp,' Hastings, master, for the Mauritius, with a cargo of Colonial produce. Remaining— Barques, Mary Anne, and Princess Augusta (loading Tor London direct); brigs, Brenda and Hind ; schooners,— Resolution, Thistle,- Fare Well, and Henry; and cutter Fanny. H0BART TOWN, JAN. 28, 1832, .,-, . . ARRIVED. . January 4th— The banjue' William the Fourth,' Steel, master, from New Zealand, with a cargo of ij

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE CORONATION. ORDER OF PROCESSION TO THE AB[?]EY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

? HE ^kdNATid^ Prom the Caui^EB, September 6th. OHDKR OF PROCESSION TO TUB ABBEV. A ^quBflron -jf -Life.quards, .: The Duke and Duchess, o^ Gloucester, aBd Attendant^ , . In their Royal Hjgbnjes&fs'two Carriages, #act* drawn by Six Horses, with .their proper Escort ' of Life Guarjds. ( , , The Duchess of Cambridge and Attendants, . an her Royal BigbnessVTwoOarriageB, each drawn .by six horses, with their proper Escort fof Lite Guards. The Duke of Susaex and Attendants, . Jn his Royal fftghness'sCarrJage, drawn by She i. Horses, with his proper Escort of Life Guards. Thf Dyke and Duchess of Cuiuber)andT and Attendants in their Royal Highnesses % carriages,! each drawn by six horses; ?with their proper escort of f^fe Guards. v The KingVBarg*- Master., The King's forty-eigbt watermen. THEIR MAJESTIES CARRIAGES, * . fiscb dra^o by sik horse*. : Two Grooms TbV first carriage, Two, Grooms ' walking. drawa by Six Bays, walking* Cori»eys v , . . . ? ? ; Gentlemen Usher of the Privy ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

PHICE OF GRAIN. I/AUNCESTON. ___ «. d, i, d. Wheat, ? 4:0 to 4:6 . Barley, ...,....,,.. 4 - 6 -r- 0 : 0 , Oats, ? 5:0 — 6:0 .flour, (best) per cwt. 18s.— Ditto (seconds) 15s, Meal, 12s. per cwt HOBART TOWN, Wheat, ,... ? .„.,.*, s ? 6* Barley ? ,...,.... 4 : O- 'Oats, ? -...„,?. -» : «

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

The briadle Bullock, impounded by Mr. Shaw, fnd those impounded by Messrs. Clayton and Hen . *Qck» advertised io another column, have been re deemed. ? '.Mentor's' communication has been received. Erratum— In several numbers of last week's im pression tUe following error in the paragraph Beaded w Our Contemporaries,*1, passed unno ticed: in the last liae ** set such men' instead of ? ?«««et of men.1*1

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

JUST LANDED TH& following articles ? — (Gee demeans wearing Jipparel ^Dst)to -superfine flats ? ?' klops #f all d^KcrijitJoos Piece goods «Kt$o ' ' Nails, rope, window class, pickles, mustard, tsaJad oil, capers, bottled fruits, jams and jellies, lounges, pine cheese., 'vinegar, paint oil, turpen tine, copal varnish, white lead, black paint, whitening, tanned hides of all sorts, ginger, pepper, superior butter, Tye^»rass seed, stoved *aU» claret and vin-de-grave in one dozen cases, sbwry Tinrd -Cape Madeira in draught, brandy, ram, and gin in bond, er duty paid, tobacco ditto. Pjulws' and King's PORT and SHERRY. W, WALKINSHAW, Launceston, Jan. 14, 18*32. i'O BE $&Ln BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON' Wednesday, Idth -day ef February next, At the Sloitenow 10 tiie occupa ti' 11 of Capt, W. L. Goodwin, the undermen tioned articles, being the remaining efteqfpjl the ate Mr. James Ash, deceased, vie:— A horse cart, several piece goods, cotton wick, one ton and a half of mutton fat, ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

^jffi. Rnfjlapd direct. . -tfffijjt; npfffe' °Bwr Brj«isM)uiIt Barque, SHIrf »«-- ^ M4*F t A»&/' James Jack, ... Con»man-|er, burthen, 450 tons. ,4s this y«^l has u-ll her cargo engaged, she will sail early in For passage apply, to the Master on board, or ROBERT PEARSE. EaunCetton Wharf, iOth Nov. , ? sit'.! '????? i ? *r..- — , ? ? ' ? ? - ' I. FOR LONDON DIRECT. i, ? . . . , : , - ? ? i. ? ? , ^S&T0 sA^L from kauoceston with Jmfe »? qU possible dispatch, the 6oe new Uritiih built ship, Princess Augusta, Samoe) Hawkins, Commander,. t JAlJlrih *Mp-. Aw MV W') fa* ; * &* hales °* Wool, early duplication Is necessary. She has the b^t§pc^nimp/D(|itip^8,fpr P^opii, and carries »Ajjj^t$^AlfrAtN Hawkins* on board, «£ to ? ^T ;?:?*'. V,' ?:' .? 1\ WILLIAMS. LaWeston, Jan. \% 1833. S f OR LONDON DIRECT j ^[{^yyHE Barque '- Caroline*' SSIO1 JaeflacL ft tons, G.H. iNjrker, commander. This^esisei-wiii leave Sydney for liaanecMon, . about thf- first of fyhvmjM fflrf.^**1...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PEOPLE.— PROPOSED ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

; :,,;, imfr , ^ifl^iiM':. ? ? ij^MT ^|b^^i^-^ f be, PBowiiT. ; PRdpOSED ADDRESS TO HIS tfXCfit LENCY THE LI*tM^ANT-0OVEENOE7 It frequently occurs Jbat those, who are the' ^^^^^i%^i^^'^^ 'jiP«^ftiioSd- f nr tluewf camplaio^W^publj^m^a^i-a —are the last to'Wdertake any task which teems calculated to oMaiiy;edreBE /qriheir, grifvanceg, and the inosVtibid wlien nnayoidably called into w^ODf Those, pn- the othi* hShdj' wtro tfifie w *ttww quleHy, arts W perfee^rlng te'&eyare \ silent. Patriotlim in this respect wj be com m pared to persona c-u age — the boasters in such case having ih-* l^ast to boast of. In this Colony, und especially m this town, we s--o this most sin- ?nlnrly made appajfnt. We are neglected, nay, almost despised at head quarters; we are denied Hie most necessary public works, while on Ho ha'rt'town (the pet) thousands after thousands ar«; lavished iu useless profusion, on works whfch rould be well rfispf?nsed with for years ; we are taxt'd £ 1 5s. -a head for...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

I . ,--:'r .-,? :: HUSSAR, THIS beautiful Young1 Horse-,' ttarpro- pejrty, of Joscelyn Thoma«v ,Esq. is [ now staudirig at the Grammar School^ Norfolk Plairis. ....,-..;- . . , iltSSARj byv Sleet-Trap, dam Bay Jessy,«raud dam tsrey Jej-sy, is a lie wly-ituportvd Horse oi ' great' spVed^ srrHiipih,'b*»BM«y and ' activity ; hi stands 1G h.uids .liitfh, (Widis io all Tespnta caku iated fW draught 01 saddle* terms: One. Mare, ? 4 Guineas Two.Mares ? 7 ? Three Mares,. ....... 0 ? : . -' rk^Cr&tft of Six Months will be allowed, ©exember 16; 1831. .'St «jl!Ksw ,wr^:,|^MisT«ld» Stands up-| ]3»a-as a f - If iands; higfy ? ofs great strength ?; and? very soperipr , action, w«Ji- adapted ' either for! ' f^f^ultHTO^ ppDposes.or f.ir tlie road ; befAgthat mm :«lS,#eP-L8« long wanted in 'theToloity, and which cannot be. obtained 'by crossing our small ' g*$*f* .^M* t*»e roogK-Umbed heavy-bodied cart' AOJSe ©f England.. ./, t;; v , ; .? : ? . I v The services of MAGNUS may be obtained a * ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 February 1832

SYDNEY. , By the Hind we received our Sydney Monitors to the llth inst ; and (no Sydney Gazettes having been forwarded to us) we have been favored fay a friend in town with Gazettes to the 14th.— In the No. of the latter date are' several important Go vernment Notices : one sets forth, that all Title Deeds of Lands alienated by the crown, will, in future be enrolled in tbe supreme Court, and the following fees charged for enrolment ;— On GrantB or Sales, not exceeding 640 a. and under 1280 a. 25s.; above 1280 a. and under (920 a. 35s. ; and all above 1920 a. 45s. . Another notice grants two yearB additional credit to those persons who are inarrear in payment of ttieir money for Lands purchased on a mortgage; on the Titfe-DeedB and Warraot-of-Att'orney. being lodged as ? Security with the Collector of Internal Revenue : where 1, 10 per cent, has been paid, the arrears will be § payable in 3 equal instalments, on the 31st Mar. f 1832, 3, and 4, respectively ; end where the 10 f per ce...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. : From English Papers of Sept. 5.— Vil Sydney. ? Death oftoe Bishop ov Worcester.— De. .parted this life, on Monday, at 4«*o:rclooSs,-p. m. :in the 78th year of his age, tbte R^ht^Re^.jFoJ iliott Herbert Wa^er,Cbrnew«H, DA^ Bishop of this dioce^fbiSn-^y^^ y»fW' His exemplawr : character and xiuraerous^vfrtueshave endeared bis {name to all who kqew him 1 and the universal feeling of affectionate respect which attends him jto the grave afforti8*6 his afflic tied ftroDy tfiKttnlj^ consolation; w.^ich:;jth|fi world can jbestpw^^rrtheip- lirreparajble loss, $lj!fe Uie decease of n)e Bishop - at intervals. Bis Lorashipjfl, .remains , wilj be fiqterred at ttiefa^)jy Wfit at BiddVebury, near iLudlQw, It is, geoeraHy, reported tha!t Dr. Carr-% ;Bish(-p of thichester, will be translated to thp feee of Worcester. The Premier's ' brother', the * !Hon. and Rev» Or. Greyyiisfralso been mentioned* ' 4: prpvincial journal statf s^ that His Majesty ?was proclaimed at the new settle...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

To the Editor of the Lavnceston Advertiser. , Sir — { perceive on reading the Sydney Monito.r that the letter addressed to Mr.H-obertGoa^prv Secretary, to the Emigration Committee, *« On '-he State of N'e*p South Wales,' by the indefatigable and perseyerjug editor of the Moni^ok, AJr.;£- S?H«I1,' has been published iu London, with, re- marks thereon by Mr. tfioager,^ by ;: Grcsss^ of Holborn. . 4»peaki«ig«f emigrants- wanted in New South' Wales, Mr. H.says--. , ? ' ' However 'much emigration may answer gener f al\j4 it does not fallow that alt de%er^ll«Ms^o( persons will answer in a-iiew country, however jjteqsiVe and kdafrted 3to receive «*jW settlers. ?aocy mumtfabturerB would ftarve here. Y5udg: nen: accustomedto the -eounttng4)dusp; if brought; * ip in the character of gentlemen; are doing heire ^ety badly. -It isthe people: who can wbrit who ii» wanted. in the Colonies, not poor gentlemen. in emigrant «ught to have a Mprital^ large in pro^ Portion to bis inability -(arising fro...

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