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SUPERSTITION OF SAILORS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

;- SUFBBiTlTldtf OF SAILORS. [ From the Sydney Gazette. ] 'Sailors (we are informed elsewhere) are pro verbially superstitious. This escape (one previ ously related but not worth quoting) of their comrade, occasioned much, conversation among the crew, and sundry stories were told, which, though awful enough at sea, may appear puerile on land. Two of these (for the sake of exem plifying the only fears that seamen feel, and the groundlessness of them.) we shall record. Our chief mate said, that on board of a ship where he had served* the mate on duty ordered some of the youths to reef the main top-sail. When the first got upj he heard a strange voice saying, ' It blows hard;' The lad waited for no more ; he was down in a trice, and celling his adventure. A second immediately ascended, laughing at the folly of his companion, but returned even more quickly, declaring that he was quite sure that a voice, not of this world, bad cried in his ear, * It blows hard.' Another wenr, and another...

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From the MORNING CHRONICLE. Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

From the Morning Chronicle, Sept. 10. In the observations we yesterday made on the subject of the absence of the Princess Victoria from the coronation, we expressly stated that' we ouVselvps possessed no knowledge of the circum fitabces of the case. In justice to her Royal High ness the Duchess of Kent, we copy the following -? . «Me?vatfonsj id which her conduct is placed in a , new and'favoraWe fight,1 from Tfip Globe of last »ikhi :—u Nothing *an be more unjust than the attack made on m-rfloyal flightless the Duchess «f~|£eut, respecting htr absence from the corona tion,yor more ridiculous and unfounded than the -excuse set forth In reply. We have authority to present to £he public the following statement, in contradiction of both. The Duchess of Kent had made her Arrangements to attend the Coronation ^hen sh%'teft for the Isle of Wight. Her apart ment was in readiness at Kensington Palace, and the only appointment her RoyalHighness had to inake— that of selecting Lord Morpeth to...

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TO HIS EXCELLENCY. COLONEL ARTHUR, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF VAN DIE. MEN'S LAND, &c. &C.; &c. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

fO HIS EXCELLENCY, COLONEL ARTHUR, ' LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF VAN DIE. ME^'S LAND, &c &r. &c. Sir,— As public journalists and inhabitants of : iaunceston, interested in the prosperity of the ' :6unty 6F Cornwall, and holding tha.tor^a-i by rhlch the people' are frequently 'driven to ., iirjee' their rights, we bee to call ttie attention of iour Excellency to a subject whtrh we conceive to' be faf the greatest importance, as regards the Uiteresls tif the puwtic. It involves ihe internal ^eace or discontent of the county, (as yonr'^Xr Gellentv shall' either check or couht^naiice) au4 confee^ijen.tl^ your fcxcellency^ personal' happl* i|e8s~ for We trust ^burExce^lency has some re fiarHfor' the people, .fbat y.oji desire (he appro* lai 'of your1 nubi.b1 Conduct,1 and to gain that re spect. which a grtatefajl people entertain nod chc lisH 't6*oVds those 'whom they prov« to hive, abKib'usiy^'.watched over tp«V »ate resits, and «'*?' eyclsediaeir 'government* with co...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

LAUNCESTON ? IDrfiRTIshtL-j WED^FSOAY, F B. 8, 1S3iat \ The last week's Gazette coflfaiira a Gcvernment Notice, sptting at rest the long-, pending question of the issue of Grants. * Title-Deeds for Lands ' granted by the Crown will be issued, either to the original grantee, or those lawfully claiming deriva tively from him, io whole or to part, as the case may be. The old Grants are all de clared defective ; but are to be replaced, ac cording- to a classification which has been made, with the^'* new and improved Grants'' as follows:— , , 1 —All Grants of Land, the conditions of which have been fulfilled, will be re-placed by proper Deeds, free of all expense, except 5s. for enrolment. . , 2— Where the Conditions have not been fulfilled, fresh Grants may be obtained, on payment of certain official fees, and a fine of 6d. per acre. . ' ' We have not space this week, either to give the notice itself, or make any length ened comments thereon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

- Launceston Races, r fp.HE iiEIGHJ of jPpffttSS, in i^ * Advertisement giving notice , pfj ' -fte abd^e, Races, should *uye been stated at 13 hands instead of ' 12 hande1' high. ;1 n.:..;» ,,?,. JAMES RANKEN, Hon. Sec, February 6, 1332. .?» ?\fjnntj :',*-»_. ?--:?? - . .-., .-;.-;? ; ;, i -, t' ',????- ??! ^???,v-'- -it-. i- }?? .'»!?/ -'??. TASMAtflAN SOCIETY. _'-;; -;;; _?'??? JrOenerar Meeting of tlm Members of HoUM. Cameron Str,e^t, thiB eyentngy at 8 o'clock* for|t$ transaitiop :pf business. , , :, . W. L.GOODWIN, iRi!* .'??-???: '-??'?v! '''- ' '??''?? '??? ? H*n. Set/ m V. ?:, ' BV*N*N*G TUITION. :' ;*i-'. ?-'-- \ THE Public are respectfaHy informea be commenced at 4ne School House, Cameron* Street, on Motiday;* F*S). 1 3th,' 1 8S2. '' .„.:.. , Hpurs pf Tuition from ?€ to 8. , , ? ? ' , ,rt^..,- ^.VV-' '.-.?' ^W- JACOB,; ia.j) ?????'? -? . ?? .-???- - ?-?- v v,.-.--.t ,?:?? . ? ^VRDERS ior LIME, manufactured at ^-^*$attrti Mount Works, W\A !ife received by dipt. Goodwin, nea...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

'?? ' lAUNCBSTON PUBLICANS' RACES. TpuiD and Fourth Day. ,. r' has been pro, ;sed that, in addition to the Races -already advertised, the Sports be continued on Thu^d»jr and Friday, the 8th ami 3th of March, and that, Tor those days, Messrs. Edwauo Bailey, Geo. Sinclair Bhodie, and Net l Campbell, be Stewards; Messrs- Geo, Sukgkss and Alexander Waddle, Clerks of . th? Course. Stakes— On Thursday, a . Pore* of 30 sovs. for all ages, and a Purse of 20 sovs. for 2-years only. —On Friday, Town Plate of 20 sovs. for Gallo ?ways, and L_u Hack Stakes otA&S.SQyayJor an trained horses —Farther particulars in future advertisements. . . , . EDWARD BAILEY, ,.* ?\- . . Hon. Secretary. *^eb.£, JS32. ? , - ? . -; ?; Inspector of Works? Office, , ^ , ^ : . Launceston, February 4, 1832. ]*'. TENPBRS WjtQR Renting the Government Lime ™ i^orMJ at Middle Arm, near George TOvrri,'for the Term of thr*»e Years, will be m cfived at tHis office, tyltereevipry information on the subject will be ftflb...

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To the EDITOR of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. Hobart Town, January 28. 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

To the flj)i^oa of the Xa.uncesxon AovtaTjiBEa.. Hobart Town. January 28, 1832* , Biii-- ? ? v ? ' % ? : . OoJopkingo^eryAUr paper, of the 18th instant, I. observe, a? flobpe,, and ^o'me remarks, thereon, rejatiSft^Q, the cpnductpf^he 1* young'- officer lately cdinna9i]ijdiqg: the, 4etaphmeot. at Wejjtbury. ' ''.- ',, - *'.. - '..'. - - ' . i; As 1 have had the hoiiprof i^pm^sap^ipg.a, detachment there, for the llast'fdur ^npn^hs and, upwards, aHow me, to , correct somepart.Af the. Statement, as furnished you,by your ^fpirmant.,,, ? In the first place, he mentibntt t)ia|t^ere.were, *' II P°&* ieft *?$*? ! remove^, from J^e^tbary. — this is an untru^hrifiye being the-;ipostl,ever had^,, ' ' '.' ' . .'.' . '' '' ,' -? That;there were « 3000 kangaroo ukjos sent iDtoXauhceBtpn^'— Equally falsp' as thd firrt; ? That tiy J dogij #ere *fc ah anhdyan^ lib; i arid did tonfiidprablfe'data*^ toHhe flocks of -Jlne adi ' jofntn^4ifetll«!M.*^F Mf y«*dr faffoViuWnt't^]^' -iuoe * single -in...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 8th, 1832. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

;4:;;;i«isi^ii^ii^js!^ci ;/'.. [?] ©n; tbi^ti—:^^ l^lAeraSyyHhe #6nooner' ** Prince Regent,' John H&aeliy master, from Hobart Town, witb a. cargo oPftuufliii&.- PasBengers— Thomas Knowlee and wife, Cbajied Dafgon, Jno. Young (New Zealander) Murrayv and JoneB. Jnaitiitig— BarqUfS, JWaTy Anne, and Priijcess. sta (lojidlrtg for London direct); brigs, Brenda liiid ; schoontrs,— iieeblution, ; Tbifetle, Fare 'wejl, Prince Regent, and Henry : and government «utt^WCharlbm ; ? '';' ]':''-' ?''_;; ' . ;? *\\ ; , ; '; ;;, plT^e'd^a^^^^^felsel .f'Jeurprise,^ On Tuesdaj, in ballast, tue,t.barque ' Elizabeth,' Caj?^, Phillips, for ManiUaaud Canton, *- . U'-A'tii ???- o; : ?-;??!?; .?- . i':-'t-' ? ;? ? ? ???':'. ????'???! '^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

TO BE SOLO BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON Wednesday, i5th day «f February next, at the Store now in tbe occupa tion of Capt. W. L. -Jood-win, the undermen tioned articles, 4)eing t«£ remaining effects ot the late Mr, JABtes &s&i deceased, viz:— ; A horhe^tart, several piece goods, cotton wick, one ton and a half of mutton fat, ia baker's trough and apparatus complete, 2 tables, 4 chairs, and several 'other articiea, to f»ay store rent and -other incidental charges. Also,' to ctose Consignments— 33 cases of floi lands.-in bond 4 SflHagesof-Braiidy^bags black pepper, a quantity joi china silks, matting, -and other foods 9 *nd -about 2 cwt. coffee. JAMBS H. REIBEY Launcesten, Jan. 21, 1832. CHOICE TffUlTS, PRESERVES, «tc JW. BEIit* has received per Princess p Aogcsia ajad Resolutioh, Turkey Figs, Prunes, Bloom Raisins, Almonds, HaspberryV Gooseberry, -and -other Jams, Anchovies, and other Saiicei^itelchup, assorted Pickles, mud su perior Pickling Vinegar- '«,«,- . Also, a Bale o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

.??-?? ? . ? ? ?' ? , . - *ffluhnO SAIL from-L«i*w»8t«H- wj*h Apply toCiWAiN Hawkiss, on boawMr to* .if»d^ ** .- ?— » J. H. RBIBEY. WilUam-BtFOPtyliagnacwons Jan. 27, l«^JOiltr, SSK A Ocilvie, be!Dg daily expected from Syaoeyr vTiinnW lo cargo for the above I i = ^ v^ WILLUM WILSON. ao^a^^Pb^i-JafittaVy^ie^'^ ; , . 1 SBBb J_ search.' Capt. OgiJvi^'^daBf ' fllti/ Whole ^jfihrWtM »ff%PEff1 i here earlr aopHcatton, (of passage oBlyt IB re felrttary next, wltti &9ymillWtN& -h £ ^ y For Freight or Pas8ag«*|Jply to : ;i_-- t :,::;;;;?'. ''T-^WJJlM5* i™ mHE ^S Briffanjine tHl^TtE^ jBfc^^lfeifi Y6Srf£? Master, will board, or to jfl&XKY RE»O, AqEiiJX. debts they may incur. ^ y0UNGj Master. s fieneral Post Office^ _,« ' ' ' LaanwBton, 30th Jannary, 18^. \ A. iWltlGHTB, Postmaster; IMPOETANT NOTICE. - f „ . «W»ERBA:S an A^erli^ment appeal safd agreement f?« THQ¥AS ' pAftjiBft. h Norfolk WfcWfc^Jan^B,^®^1 . .^i.^ n;^^-.ii U..-i.- i; ??.'-??? ? ' ' ' ? i TASMANIAN BREWERY...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. LAUNCESTON WATER WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

THE ADVERTISER. J ' xkimc^i^r WAfgR'wbuKs. ? ; «11 «lbiig hiUr to^JOirt^ml IWitb^is the VFant bf good m«r time, the river water aear'tti^tt^^Jsftiofitfdf «ny domfttit ^afpo^vijfejo^ at once brackish and.49r4)fd;;noi(iCaD drinkable water tbe obtained ticBrer than the CafaraW BAsiri. From 'this pi ace , 1iowe*eTf^n|Splfigr Way tie drawD of the' purest qualSty^iiftld*« thebaVmiB Situate not radre tb^to t wo-viilestiMitf the towrt, atvd ft tiiany feet abo?e it, every, otte catfable bf- forHlint4 «o idea ^^iltton' the, 8abjec|, -$ ho ;have, ^ep ..ihe rfi|ejB, ideclftreg, thatottt(v«^^iflhig«xpep^,-«h1ipaWliV%«p%ak^ aqoedaot. Wthe'. Jtowo- few ithto^ff'ti f itt omit f»«ff*m^rJy air over jt. This teJn^^ *pp§«es very efngtf1ar:that Ihe populatidh'-offa towy^Hould tton^ent^o bi? tib^olie^ % i& nbC of iflipuf* water j^Djdl it JsfpritiJe^Brposejrf elu^ cldaJMdgthis ^arenf ' oiysteYT ,teMsV,w!rt- do' fiot^w hqiit thjpg8aJC£idonfifa*h«8e wUpo^aV regioHiithuttbiBarHdelB^rittete.' * SaS?- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

'COURT OF RBQPSp.rS— LAUNCESTON. T^OflCEl lfr feereljy -given that tbe 2d A^ mtlsSig1 tit1 this &©urt- for i$3£^ will t»et&4d by adjournment, 6^ Wednesday the 22nd -of F.b. ne**^ aMOVclock i« £h« forenoon. Plaints in Causes' to be tried *i*diis fitting, *Sal!l?|_J851?5IL? .T*tMdiog___m. «pther. lijstricts, .or more tfianK) miles from Launceston,uiustbe filed «at the office on or before WStfdneiiday,, the $th day ?of Fftb. ; , and, those against persons resident in lauoceStoh, and within' 10 milesj, on or1 before Jlon/ief^ifce 13th day of February,* * , full paf UtJoJar^ ji ia . writing, ' of the Plaintiff's ^ejnattd, aa&of ethte imidemue-of th? defendant, oust be furnished at the time of filing the plaints. -^Bfttxtf tiitilWh day of Jan., 1832. ? - &r~A. imLGRAVJg, ? ? Commissioner, $pv$$ OJ? £JBOT E^-NOBF.OL^ PLAINS, ^TT3'^dS^4i-i«feby given that the sitting AT of $fo fmt^wgl&e hejkJ'Qfl ,the first tif-ag^fff'Jn §ajfamm, ?* JO1 e&ock,...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1832.     PUBLIC POUNDS.-The following persons have been appointed Poundkeepers:—Patrick M'Casker, on the Farm called the     "Retreat" on the south bank of the Meander, near the town- ship of Deloraine, within the Police District of Norfolk     Plains. James Gray, near the junction of the St. Pauls and ' -86hth Esk ftivers. and on the Sooth Bank tWof. within: -EiWB Police District »f Campbell Town. Will Vn Gray. «t . -Bnrnside intbo District of Moryen^ wttbin the Police Qi« .'' ' «ict of Lauacestoti. -The Pound lately kept- hi William ' -MimM thb^trirtsf ^th^l tonblol^r ^oii^ ^ pft|^_Robert Oraat, 153. Drotaedary IStimstetit '? ; ' ; ^ra^l^OF-iE^E.-f^HiP Mark*. 4*ft. -— Thppiias Orange, -TfeiaS_3ohh- Thomas: |-aring— Benjamin 'Johnson'. Cale 'Kfft-nJ»;l-r-TJ»DmaB Woper. *Jias Draper. Chapman l^-Tlios.* ' ' &eady, E# jst-, Vincewt— Benjamin Pearse, Go...

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SUPREME COURT. LAUNCESTON, Tuesday, February 7, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

SUPREME COtfllT, Lau»ceston, Tuesday, February 7, 1832. i . This Morning the long-looked for Sittings «f the Supreme Court at this neglected town, com menced before His Honor Chief Justice Pedoek, io4 the Ipllowuig Jury :— , JMajor Breton, Captains CummJngB and England, AfisiBtant-Surg^ou Parr y» Lieutenants Lonsdale & ^9OK| andBn»|g'n^jf4lBjfe^,.uJ-_....:^- .^*- .~^*--$ ' :^fter the Court opened, tbe following prisoners ^4re arraigned - Wicbasl Welsh, highway rob* bfjry ; James Beams, cattle stealing ; Jno. Moulds anp Robert Beams, receiving the samte ; Thos. Weldon, theep stealing— each of . whom pleaded .Not Guilty. , . , .i,.,w ? -..'r,-- '.?? ?.:.(-.;. The Jurt having been sworn, tbe prisoners were removed from jfhe bar, except , Thomas Weldom, who w«8 charged with haV ing, on the 20th d«y of August, A J). 1830, felo tiiunsly sj^qtei|rMk«n, and driven away one sheep, ; yalue 5s., the property of Henry .Priaulx Ms mas*' ifer. ,- ? ?,' ' ?; --fi . . ?..?', , . : '?.?:.- ....

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PASSAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. RICH AND POOR. [Continued.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 February 1832

PASSAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. RICH AND POOR. [Continued.] On arriving home that evening, my mind sad= dened with the scene I had left, I found my wife —Emily— sitting by the drawing-room fire, alone, and in tears. On enquiring the, reason of it, she told me, that a charwoman who had been that day engaged at our house, had been telling Jane —my wife's maid— who, of course, communicated it to her mistress, one of the most heart-rending tales she had ever listened to— that poverty and disease united could inflict on humanity. My sweet wife's voice, ever eloquent in the cause of benevolence, did not require much exertion to persuade me to resume my walking-trim, and go, that very evening to the scene of wretchedness   she described. The char-woman had gone half an hour before, but left the name and address of the family she spoke of, and after learning them I set off. The cold was so fearfully intense, that I was obliged to return and get a " comfortable" for...

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FIFTH DAY—SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

FIFTH DAY^.SATtJftt»At. ! . JaHtf Iff &M rw,%s fndictedfpr ntea^PftfiB^^QPl try.hen,, mlpe|8V;ito property flfm^sim^, VA second Count laid the property jn,Mr»iWiilh H^t, and a third in none person unknown tp the Hig property wa^ not idMtified^iBnrJiU* Jfwy, returned a verdict of Not Guilty. Thomas Svbes was .indicted for stealing cwt. of Mimosa Bark, value 30s. the property of Mr. John Sinclair. Verdict— Guilty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 8, 1832. THE unsettled state' of titles to Landed Property, throughout the Colony, havr ing been for some time a subject of anxious con sideration on the part of the Gorernment,-~and several measures, long, in contemplation on that important subject,* having been at length decided upon, by the adoption of which it is expected that all uncertainty and difficulties will be for the fu ture prevented j— filis Excellency the Lieutenant Governor is pleased to direct that the following detail of thi- nature of the proposed arrangement I be published for general information. 2.— One of the most important defects, in all grants or instruments of title, hitherto issued, has been, their running in the name, not of the Sovereign but of the Governor. This defect, al I hough in its nature merely technical, is of so much importance in its consequences, that His Excellency was, some time since, under the ne cessity of making a particular represen...

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THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

THIRD DAY— Thursday. . George Gj-ew stood charged with stealing a feaddle, value j^5, the. property of Captain Dare, other Counts laid the property in other per spns. Verdict*-^Guilty on the 1st and 12nd counts. William Jenks and John Wilson, charged ^wHtf'Btirglary in tbe-house of Henry Priauk, on 3lst May, f831, and stealing therefrom various arlioles^ tbtf-propertj of Richard Clark. ???-&.i second eonat charged ihe 'Burglary in the house of Richard Clark. Dkm-»^ K_ f\— A.».. ? m* ^- . ^^/^«. -^I«lk Xt^m^.^ I. .4. V was oyerse^r torMr. Prlaulk, and resided on his farm on the North fisk; the two prisoners were Mr. Priaiilx'f servants icthereJwere two houbeson the farm,, in one of r which 1. resided, 4he men in the^ofther f I canie Into the town on the fast^ay '6f*ay and lbcked the hduse door, and otherWjise secured the. premises } xhe house wjas so closed Jtbki^hVon^cbuldgetin without^ breaking itf^pen ;, I returned about 9 o'clock the same evening and tyund .the 'house had...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 February 1832

DOHESTIff. By the Hobart Town papers, we observe that Captain Neilley, (Hobart Town) late unattached half-pay, 40th. regiment, has been promoted io the Captaincy in the 63rd regiment, vacant by the depth of che lat«€«ptaw Patterson, f The Swamp.— Having understood that the Swamp is to be publicly sold so soon es Mr. Scott's plan thereof 4s completed, in allotments, of from 5 to 20 acres, each, we would suggest the propriety of having none larger than 10 acres, and some as small aB one.. The property will fetch more in this way, and not encourage monopoly. A man ^wnose name we nave not oeen aoie to learn) belonging to the Van Diemen's Land Com pany, we hear, cut his throat, on Thursday last, at-Allanvale. He is likely to recover, we believe. The motive of the rash act has sot transpired. In our paragraph,, iu last publication , respect ing the trivial cases brought before the Sessions, we were somewhat vague. What we meant was this : that the summary jurisdiction ol the magis trates ...

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