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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

Accident not very Melancholy. — Samuel Mhion. who liyed in «» cottage at Stayley Wpod, Cheshire, on the 28th of last month, set two fp.rinR-gijiis in the house. The wire or one was iced across the door-way between the housc ajace and parlour, so that any one attempting to pass Ihiouch it would be shot. Both were charged -with at least half a dozen bullets. On the fol lowing morning Ash ton directed his son to so to an adjoining field, but cautioned him to keep off tl\e wire of the gun below. The son then left his , father in the bed-room, and he soon heard the ' report of a gun, and, on his return, he found liis father lying dead on the parlour floor, with his feet near the. door-place, across which the wire bed been fixed. Several bullets had passed through his body. After a full investigation, the Coroner's Jury 'were mKisficd thai the deceased had been attempting (o loosen the wire, without using sufficient enntion, whereby the pun had gone off, nnd that he bad been thereby iniid...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 July 1829

        SHIP NEWS               ARRIVED IN THIS PORT.   JULY 10th — The brig Elizabeth, E. B. Oldfield, Master, from Sydney wilh a valuable cargo, con signed to Thomas Williams, Esq. Passengers,— Mr. Flood, Mrs. Flood and 3 children, Edward Brian, John Mills. SAILED FROM THIS PORT. July 6Mi— The Mmy Anne, J. B. Harwood, Master, for King's Island and the straits, with her original cargo, on a »en]ing trip. Same day ? The Queen Chnrlate«, 'Anthony Re noldson. Master, for Sydney, with a valunbW careo of wheat, bailej, &c. on account of Tlios. Wimami, Esq. Passengers,— Thomas Walker, E*q., Thomas Burdekin, Esq., Mr. A. Charlton, Mr. Edward Clementgou, Charles Williams. ARRIVED IN HOBABT TOWN. The Print* ttegent, from England, 394 tons» Charles Mallard; Commander, witfc a valuable cargo, »nd numerous passengers. On the 19lh.— ...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

'W^IL, NEWS* ARRIVED IN THIS POUT. On (bo 18th,— The schooner Henrg, William Tflggart Master, from ttoh&rt town, with a full cargo of sundries. Sam*; Day,— The Government brig Prince Leo P«Hy Captain Kingdom, from Hobart town, and Maria Island. 6 AILED FROM THIS FORT. On the 18th,— The brig Elhrtbeth, Captain B. B. Oldfielc-, for Sydney, wilh 3,000 bushels of wheat shipped by Thomas Williams Esq. SAILED FROM IIOBART TOWN. On Saturday last,— The Australian Company's ship 2-i7#», Captain Crear, for Sydney, wiHi part of her import cargo, 500 bushels of wheat, and 13 feons.of, potatoes, and 14 passengers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

^?HE mifiersigned bus received a most ^m valuable cargo, per brig Elizabeth, which ^?bw lauding, ond for sale at bis stores, retail, ^?by the p»ckoge, viz :— ' ? ' ^Hine flavoured Cognac -brandy - Heit India rum of very high proof ^Mollauds in pipes atidtaseg .'.,.. ^?'aylor'e double browa stout in wood aud bottle ^B cry sjujwrior Madeira in 4 casks ^Kherry flnd I'ort wine in bottle ' ^Hlllitbn's superior Gape wine in £ pipes ^?Jbnte Madeira l^^nc hyson, Tonkoy hyson, and hysou*skin tea ^?e of France and refined sugar ^^B-azil tobacco ^^?iglisb soap in 5BIb. boxes ^^Ki excellent assortment of iron, and cast iron ^^Eart boxes ^^?riug slt-el for carriages, blistered and shear ^?steel ^^Knt glass tumblers, wine glasses and decanters ^^Bnister gun-psnder Hie table rice, curry-powder ^^?ankets, striped shirts ??pus' corduroy trowsers, fancy waistcoats ^Halicocs, prints, threads, tapes, and bobbin Hp'elsh flannels, bandanna handkerchiefs HgColton boxes, black silk for Indies' dresses P Mu...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

LAUNCESTOy ADFEItTISEB. MONDAY, JULY 2», 182§. It is ;ihe public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the tegis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. We have received London papers io the Igih of February, which bring news the1 most important a'd unexpected. A week; ago, wo received intellig nee of the Mar-1 quis of Anglesea's departure from Ireland, in consequence, it was said, of his disagree ing; with His MaJistv'* Ministers on the question of Catholic emancipation ; but we now find that the Kino's GuVcrnaibmt have deemed it expedient ibnt concession should he granted, oud that the consideration of the momentous subject was recoinmenderl to Parliament by His Majesty's Speech on the opening of the session. That our readers may clearly understand the uafuro of (his extraordinary turn in public affaire, we shall present t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

Land Surveyor. MR. WOOD WAR D begs to inform the Public of Van Di emeu's Land, that, after having1 resigned the situation which he lias for Some years filled in the Survey Department of this Colony, he has commenced business as Land Surveyor in general. Orders and communications, either personally -or by letter addressed tohioi at his residence Eliw betn-street, Hobart town, wilt be readily attended to and faithfully executed. Estates in any part of the Island will be surveyed on moderate terms, and neat and correct plant of the grounds, &c. furnished. - - Mr. Woodward also undertakes the measure ment and survey of artificer's work of all kinds, in town or country. Elizabeth Street, July 1, 1829.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

HOUSE OP COMMONS. I Mr. Brodguam spok« as follows :— r I There was but ohe -way %d effect a change. »« ? man will pretend to say that there is any modeoi H doing it except by carrying this measure. lean* h not approve of .thai partiof the King's speech m which calls for arming ministers with additional m power to put down the association before proceed a ng to consider the question. I toish that concin- H alion had preceded instead of following coercf m on. I wish it for this reason, because I.am « ?' clearly convinced as I nm of my own existent ?. that the carrying of the first wottTdoav«renderoJ m- I Oie second measure quite unnecessary ; and that I the association originally created by the existence I or wrong, which have died a natural death on I ihe appearance of a remedy. 1 trust (hat the I measure will be so framed, in consistency with I 'he principles of (he constitution, as not to call I on parliament either to reject it, or to pnrchase its adoption at an expense of constit...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

? FROM THE. GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. The undermentioned have obtained Tickets of Leave: — .. John Tfolden, William Brooks, (f.aunceston) William Dunn, Robeit Alliiison, William Brown, John Bird, Joseph Stone, Thomas Cutler, Kichd. Fudge, ltobeii Gregory, James white, John Dy noiid, Thomas Eames, John Newport^ James Thompson, George Whitwick, Newton Gray, Jumps Gittoes, Francis Hunt, Samuel Snailhouse, William liurlock, Thorapt liainr, Alcxr. M'Kay Alexr. M'Dcrmid, Elcazer TIoK, Charles Johnson, George Lindsay, Nicholas Long, James Lewis, llobert Pcrcivul, William Macdouald, Jams Os borne, John Wutkins, Wm, Williamson, Thomas Norris, Thomas Phillips, Ann Rummer, Johu Smoothy, Thomas Palmer, Sarah Fletcher. Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by the undermentioned : — ] Frederick Longey, John Benman. The Lieutenant 'Governor has bpen pleased to appoint Frederick Roper and Joseph H. Moore, Esquires, to be Justices of tho peace for the Island of Vau Diemen's land and its dependencie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

Conveyancing. JS. Of-ELAND respecJ/uJJy fpforraii ? his Friends and the Public in general, that lie intends (nfipr a prarlice of seven years Tn Eii* gland) +' ren'n enter into the above profession, jmd nseurrs iliem, thnt any Conveyance, Deed of Co-parlnTFiiip, Agreement, Marriage Settlement, Wills, orothrrwifp, (however special) will be ex cruird with the utmost dis'pntcn, nnfl the expences nttctidinp the same will be considerably unde.r the geivcrnl costs and charges in Van Dieoien's Land. J.anncestmi, Mny 21st, 1829. ? ^ ?%-? Launceslon Advertiser. PERSONS reading in Hobart town and its neiehbourliood, wishing to become snb FC.r!b«*rF to the above-named1 publication, arc res pectfully requested to forward their nnmes cither i6 Mr. John Fawkner, sehr. Macqusrie street, or fo Mr. J. P. Deane, Elizabeth street* teunceston, . ? May 18th, 1819. ON SAIiE, just landed from the Queen Charlotte, a 6GLTING MACHINE, com plete, with spare wires, &c. For price &c. apply to Mr....

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 July 1829

SYDNEY NEWS. — »»»-? On Saturday, June 30/fi, Mr. Justice Stephen, on a motion for a n«w trial in a case of libel upon General parting, made n mwt eloquent speech, in which be gave it as h:« opinion that in libel cases, it would be prudent to allow a Jury of twelve citi zens, in preference to a military Jury ©F twelve faV-*pay Officers.,- he also suggested as an improvement, that navjil and half-pay Officers would htye a better appsnnuic', be cause they are not so directly under tho cor-- treal of tb© Governor as tho, full-pay Offi cers, who are almost invariably selected. One part of hisspeech is as follows : — In thp case put liy the Counsel for the defend ant [t Mack. c. 2.] where, power is given to a Lord of a Manor to try nil Causes in hit manor of Dale, should a cause however, in which he 5s !n twejied, arise in that manor, he shall not try it, «UhoagJi the words of this Act hn general as to aU cause*, as ft were * mockery of fair end eqsal justice to siipposc a person &am...

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EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

EVEMXG. 1 - ; It is the stilly hopr of eve, . i ;.. , When all the blossom* seenVto grieve ; Aud mourn in tears the daj'6(3pc)ii!P, \Vh,ile on their Petals dew-drops sUUje; ? Each setting sun, that fades a Way, ? Jjiit warm them of their own decoy ; -,-. Alas ! when some few.suus are p'.er, They'll revel in the beam no more, But wither on their lowly bed, Like some lone maid, whose beauty's fled. The brp-*ze that slumber'd through the day, Now;whispering kisses every spray, In yonder fragrant jasmine bower, ' And fans to health each languid fluwer. The Nightingale is wurbling uow Responses to the lover's vow, There's music in the grove, the brake, Kay, music iu (the sleeping lake; . Nor every ipphjr's wanton sigh Fills the airvUti'meloay ; *' ' ? And every soundj :.'.'-V At**e1ikcili1?v v ? ; ???-.' :? . ? . That flf»at». around, . . Breathes balmy ulis.

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THE PUBLICAN, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

THE PUULICAN* -? Taafce, t bty J hear mine host of the garter.' I know, of no public characUr^.Mr. Editor, so much calumniated «* that of 'Mine. Host;' )ie 4s generally represented m coame anil unlettered, ignorant of* very kind of polit* nccomplishnient, and only remarkable .for his mulberry nose, rubi cuud visage, «od *' poMly belly.' . Kow this is a foul calumny ; for, though he may not bfe steeped, abioiutelv to the neck in the waters of Castalia. he is. nevertheless, by no means destitute of talte for tbe elfefeant fcrts. 1 tarn «bt*W«r*i it is true, that he bestow* much of his Klhe pn the art »r .poetry* yet be is en unquettionable good judge of memtortr, and it is certain that he cultivates bar eloquence with as much assiduity fetid iiitjWls as ever dW ttite immortal iSolly; and then, as to paihHng~O, Won Dieb .'-^-he Jrtrt»»«o »dmi ration, *fperi»% incfmtktl ; I cannot say that he has any great pajsion- for music in generaL. jre.t thare Is one' air which give's him such exqu...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. I [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

FEOM THE GAZETTE ,#F \%.%ST WEEK. The undermentioned' {^obtained a Ticket of leave :— r '?' ?''??''' ' William Whitehouse. - Certificates of Freedom bare been obtained by the undermentioned ?:-— ' ... John Lynch, John jstndford, Edward Wickham James Cowell, William Jackson* &ar*h Claris Lewis MiUbell, Wiilibm yLllb^rd, Thotoas John! son, John Meclennan, James Moore, Samuel Mart den, Samuel Garrard. A ihort time ago ire marvelled to hear that eight men on board of a merchantman had suffered themselves to be bound one after nnother by 4tu captain, who subsequently butchered them all with hit own hand. A similar folly on a larger scale would seem to have been committed by the Constitutionalists ef Portugal. According to the Time*, a very pretty army of this denomination. 13,510 strong, U in prison, which in the .field should have been sufficient to have given the law to Portugal: Dekwent Steam Compant.— This Association, which, from particular circumstances, was virtu ally dead...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

NOTICE is hereby given, thai a Special Meeting of His Mnjesly's Justices of the peace fur the Cornwall division of the island of Van Diemen's land will be held at the Court House on Tuesday, th«t 1 1 th doy ? of August next, for the purpose of taking into consideration the pro priety of certifying in favour of the license grant ed to John Me Diarmiu to keep the Ship Inn, in John' street Launecston, being transferred to Patrick Carmn his iippointec ROBERT WALKS, Deputy Clerk ot the Peace. July 25th, 1829.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 27, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

LAUlfCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 27, 1829. ft is 'thn public doty of n Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the AJgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. The Tasmanianof July 12th saya that the Lieutenant Governor ts about to erect Ho. bart Town into a Corporation, upon the plan of the city of London, viz. a Mayor, Aid. erinen and Common Council-men, to be elected by all those inhabitants who pay the undermentioned quit rent ; in which corpo rate body is to be vested the right of control ing ihe whole expenditure, and the civic police 'of the town; he adds— .the Mayor and Aldermen are to have the same relative rights as thosa 'Officers in London, to be elected annually, and the inhabitants in whom the elective franchise is tob e vested, are to be nil such free housekeepers as pay : FORTY SHILLINGS PER ANNUM, QUIT- RENT ! ! !—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

To be Sold by Auction,) j Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the haimcttton JIoUL on Thurilay next. the $Ut July :— rpHKEfimostexcel'ent Saddle HORSES J. one fit for either Draught or Saddle Sixteen head of Horned CATTLE, of an im proved breed, consisting chiefly of MILCH COWS, and the following valuable articles :— An excellent eight-day Clock Superior, Turkey carpet 18 feet square Stair carpeting 1 Large brass well 1 Microscope Taps, dies, and plates 1 Lamp 2 India blinds 1 Pair blacksmith's bellows 1 Large ruled account be«k An excellent escrutoire, with secret drawers, and different compartments 1 Pair rifle pocket pistols 1 Superior fowling-piece lock, and a quantity of jfiweHery. A set of CHINA, consisting of :— 1 Tea-pot 1 Sugar bowl ! Milk pot 12 Tea cups and sancers ti Coffee cups and saucers ? 1 Slop bowl , . 3 Bread and butter plates ALSO, 8 Bottles «f Catsup 7 lbs. white thread. Terms— PROMPT PAYMENT. CAUTION. 4 UU persons are hereby cautioned against IX depasturing sheep or cattle, ...

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SHIP NEWS. PROJECTED RAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

SHIP^ffiL NEWS ntOJECTED iAILING. On th« 28th.— The Henry, Hugh Me. Lean Master, on a sealing trip for New Zealand and the adjacent islands. ARSIYED IN nOBAIlT TOWN. On Saturday.— The brig Patience, from the Cape ilie24th Muj, with a cargo of wine, sugar and and tobacco. SAILED FROM IIODART TOWN. On Saturday.— The bri* William Stoveld, Capb Davidson, for Sydney, with the greater part of her import cargo. On Wednesday.— The ship Clarence, Captain Lindsay, on a whaling voyage to the- South Seas. Same Day ? The bri$ frW, Captain Jack,' wtlh 87 casks sugar, 4 casks tobacco, and 2 hhds. of brandy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

Tfttf nndtfsigdeif. fiatfffgfcsf *SaiWff im plied many persons wifh' Wheat for seed arid' to eat, begs to say, that unl»6sthey forward ad* make good their payments by the first day of August next, die whole of their bills and notes will be handed over to his Solicitor, to enforce payment without respect to persons. , .. P. LISTTE- July 24th, 1839. Bank Shares. FitE* Shares in the Cornwall Batik tribe disposed of. For particulars apply to the Winter of this paper. DISPENSARY. MR. TH6MAS LAfrBALl, Sm-gtfifo, bees to inform the Inhabitants of Lputtcejs tpn and its Vicinity,, that he Has opened fris t)i«-. penury in Chnrl«V Street, opposite Mfj JHjj'llV, , , Being-, provided, with' a coop supply of ^enuiiic Medicines, the Public may rely on the strictest a'ttmtinn b«*5na: paid tto the compbtoodlnsr frtid fatirnSvp of Prescription^ being dirty qualified for that purpose. . MY. t/iVDAt-i-wtn b* in attendance every morn fnp, from Ton to Twelv* AVUifck. to. give advice, jir**£rlhf-'. and in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

Married.— On Thursday last, at St. John's   Church, by the Rev. W. H. Browne, L. L. D. Mr. ARCHIBALD THOM to Miss STEWART of the Macquarie. Immediately after the ceremony they proceeded to Pleasant Hills, accompanied by the Bride's father and sisters and other friends, This morning, Mr. THOMAS PROSSER to Miss MARY ANNE BREE. BIRTH.— On Thursday the 16th inst, the lady of GEORGE HULL, Esq. D. A. C. G. of a son.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 July 1829

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. On Thursday Mr. Hinksmin was to have been tried for tn- alleged assauH upon (he ' very, very celebrated limb of the /d«», Mr, F. DAWES, ! ! ! but at the appointed lime this gentleman of the go ten did not make hi i appearance. On i lie 2 Oth John Diglit was sentenced to receive 25 lashes for absenting himself from hit master's service. -Jeremiah Connor for being out after hours to be placed, in the prisoners' barracks for «* weeks. W. H. Brown was'boiind over to appear at the Supreme Court to answer -ho charge men tioned in our last. Brown afterwards nude gome vague charge agaiinst his Government servant Pmce^ and on this investigation it was proved on oath that Brown had suffered liim to be at large upon hig own responsibili B tyv receiving yearly from him for. *hU-ndul- B (jonce thirty bushels of wheat, besides pres B cuts, and ibis for three -successive years. On the 21st Captain Barclay was fined   92 dollars and costs, for harbouring and &a...

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