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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. FEBRUARY 25, 1832. ' [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

LAVNCESTON A-DFERTI&BB. FEBRUARY 25, 1832. ; We could scarcely have imagined Hhat the rejection of the Reform Bill by the Beers of Eo^and, would hare created such a feelin ^ ? of excitement among; the people of .. this antipodean colony as it hag. No sooner had (he post arrived with the unwelcome intelligence than a gloom spread universally dver the people here. The usually attractive considerations of Pounds, Shillings, and Pence* gave way before the overwhelming interest caused by this sudden cheek having itteD given to Britain's hopes; and the general enquiry has beep, *' when and where will this end?' Since such a feeling hns been evinced in Launceston, it is reasonable to expect it ex tends throughout the Colony; we therefore give a brief opinfon of the matter — referring our readers to our details in a nother page. The etfort made by the 199 Peers, to sate the sinking fabric of corruption- from total iwntbilaUon, is like the effort of a harmless insect to sting; it may...

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LAST DAY-FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

? LAST D A V— Friday. This morning, the Court having assembled at 8 ^'cjocki 0» ? Hojior . the Chief Justice proceeded to pass sentence on the prisoners convicted during ikfo$tt®i-m,- ........ ?- ,..,.?' ;; ,;. '. f.. ...-.- William Jaques, cattle stealing, George -3puld% Utfefing aUoYged chtquc; George Wrighte, -nd Redman Burke, sheep stealing, were plactd at thebar, aft d after » suitable address frara- the Judge received the awful sentence tff Death. ;'4*Fo- ?George Wrigbte no hope df mercy could b» held our, His' Honor advising htm to look Upon di-atl» as certain. Jaques and. Burke were told there might-be a slight hope in'their faybr, but were advised not to be too sanguine. Gould had strong hopes held out to him that his life wouftUb* spaWoV '*' ? ?? ? -''-V' ~\^*- ' '-^.. Charles Mackie and John Harris, stealing from the person, and Jtaberi Kettle, recelyjng, ,|w%fe severally sentenced to be transported for lourteea years. ?? .-??,? ,- ?. ;.. -».???. « , ....^ Edward Jones, (...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LACNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

PRICE OF Y ji A f N. LAUNCESTON. _. ' . — . - s. d, «. a. Wheat, , ? '.. 4:0 to 4:0 ? Barley,... ? ;. 4 ? C ~s 0 : o : Oats, ? 5;6 — 6:6 Flour, (best) per cwt 18s.— Ditto (seconds) ISs. , ; r Meal, J2s. per cwt ., ' ' ? HOBjlrt TOWN, _,, ? . ? ?. .-.*.. Wheat, ? 5:6 Barley, .......... ......... 4:0 i Oats, ? 0 : 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

'..;..: .v ; :: ; ; found* '.'??'? .? . . . B$TTfgBN Mr. Jojba Stones aii4 Mr.' Carolan's, a quantity^ New RAGS ; atttH^tweeHMr.Carolan's^nd Mr; Samuel Porter's ? .2 -other pafee4s$ whoever can giv-e a proper de scription -of the same may have them, by apply-, ing to Mr- SamiieJ Porter, *t the Springs, on frying -the ?expense of ibis advertisement. CI^IL ENGINEER & LAND SURVEYOR. M^AftAlH jOm KT^E begs leave to I%S inforra his Frteads find the Public, that he will commence on the 1st Maj next as CIVIL ENGINEER, LAND-MJRFEVOlt, and GENERAL ' . LAND AGENT. . ?.,-.?.. -? ?: ? \ FreWhig practical knowledge *T IC0NO6EA tQt and flECHAN&iS, tie to enabled to furnish not only Plans ?f Estates, Buildings, tind Bridges, bnt working Models of any Machinery his em* ?', jeer's Bi^y fe^ai^ ., '';; /*.*_?.,. V,,, '? /?* ., rfe4j»s^i:4«Te4 *flil^i!i $opn;*aj-re-0fUSAiE the most perfect SUR VEilNa and MATHEMA TICAL lUSTROMENtS, as well as eye»y necessa* if )#-i in DRAWING or the FINE...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

BUHOPEAN NEWS, Bt Hie arrival of the JSmeabeth in Hobait - Town, on the 1 4th, European News has been r« Cpiv»Hi t«tlie middle of October, The contents ' of «he Metropolitan Journals are interesting and important. — ?% ,R EFoiiM Bill is lost ! 1— The bill was read 9. third time in the House of Commons on the lfltb ? of September, and passed by ^majority of, 55 in favor of Ministers. On the 7th of October ihe . Ministers were defeated in the Lordfl*--the debate having been continued from the 3d— :io a dmsioo . ] upon the a«endroentu that the Bill ,be tread a second time sjx months hence,' .by a majority of ,41. Thus the King is agajn foiled by his. nobles : , , those men who ought to (rally round hjoi in his at- , tempi t« grant to the people the enjoyment of ( their rights. This is a severe blow ; a blow und.fr \ vtj.ich tin* Constitution cannot fail to totter '. Of ' the probable result we dare scarcely venture to think. : '? The Times thus announces the event, on the mowing of the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 22d 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

SHIP^IKa I^fELtl^fENpE. tAUNCESTON, FEJBRUAHY 22d 183S. , ARttlVEO. ? ?« On Monday, the ecHooner '* Mars,' Henry Thom, master, from Sydney, wito 60 pieces of free-stone, 34 hams/29 bag* of-saty C24ege of i-aint, 3 caSks of pork, 2O0Q feetof pinef 87«0 feet of cedar, 1 hhd. of wine, 2 dasks of beef, 2 boxes of apparel, 30 dozen ? pr inives andjorks. Pflssengere-Mri Hay ^uid Mr. Stajiles^ Christopher taxton, Saniiiel iawn, Joha Johnson Jali*s Davia iJones. TT Y ' game day, the cutter *' Fanny,*1 Jacobs, master, from Circular &ead. ;; . ; . -? SAILED. ..;??? I On Saturday, the aohooiier 'Prince Regent,' I Hassell, master, for Hobart Town, with 2600 bushels I of wheat and # buMles of bay. * ??-—.*?? i On the 18th, the cutter ' Charibttte,' for Great Is)anc(j with Mr. -Romnson, 16 Native Blacks, and Stores for the Establishment.. , . I Yesterday, the cutter' Fanny ,* for Circular Head. On Monday, the 'Jolly Rambler,*' Peter, mas-r ter, for Sydney. ' Yesterday, the brSgautine ' Th...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

, . DOMESTIC. The whole of the machinery -if such it may be called) necessary for the line of telegraphic com munication between Launcestou and the Heads, is quite ready: the posts are still lying bleaching on the hills : when are we to see them put upi— {not while the people remain so quiet. bo the subject] Importance of the Port of Launcestobt.— i There U at the present time lying in Launceston, : Sufficient cargo for England, to. freight no less ' than five or sit large thips, the whole consisting of Colonial Pi oducett This says something in favour of our little town, and tbe enterprise of its inhabitants: yet, notwithstanding, the Governs ment does not think us worth nptice ! Tell it not in GathI , . The V*. D. Land ,Compa.ny»^-A report has been circulated that the Chief Commissionerchip of the Company is shortly to change hands. Letters from London however, received bjr the .late arri vals,' represent fir. Curb «s being in 'high favour'5 with -the Directors** ?.---?. j W-e can...

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HOBART TOWN, FEB. 18, 1832, ABRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

HOBART TOWBf^^BB. 1ft, 1&&, ! ARRIVED). ? ., On the \4th. the sjoop'/ Liberty,' Peter. Paterson, master, from the Island of Desolation, 8th December, with 180-eal ekins, and 14 orthe cr©w«fthe ^«*tsey and . Sophia,' whaler, wreckeil' on that Island the 16tn March, 1831. - ? On m* i ilttii We i ship ?'« Eliza«eflif Capt^raigie, from Portsmouth, , October 18, with 220 male prison ers and'comraissariat stores. ' ? ,- Same day, the ' Merope,' Gapt Brigg«, from tha Mauritius, with sugar and other goods. : ., -- On the 17th, the «« Research,' Capt. Ogilvie, from 8y4u£y,the7th jnst j :# ;? ,; . ,« ,-.-*-?} On the 17thrthe ' Arab,' Capt Ferrier, from Epg landi, with'mer6liandize. ,, , . ( \, Same day, ' John WoodhaU,' from London, with * a general cargo. '? ? ^ i ' ?* ? Sametiayi the ' Lady of the Lake^fn-m»Oh1nai- Wr^ ???; L' 'r; ::;? .''. ? :^^. ?;;;',: ;:' -\ 'f=:J^ On iftifi Wh, :tbe*hip *f ^ibUiR,i?jrj«ipt. Stephenioji^ for London, with £11 casks of oiU ty& bale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

MR, JAMES HOUGHTON begs leave *e return his sincere thanks to ins friends and the pablic generally for the kind *ud 4it»era I support he has received since his com menting *in; business, and as he is now remov ing *hf whtle oSf his well selected aud extensive stoclt Npf -3*-nis, to the towriship of Longfprd, Korf«lk iMaiws, they will be exposed for sale on Saiarday the 11th instant, at the stores of Mt.W. firamby. In addition to his former stock, lie has jjost received the following :— ?Ladies* Leghorn hats and bonnets trimmed and untrimmed ' , CJWldrens' hats and bonnets of all descriptions ladies' lace caps and pelerines Ladies' wbfked muslin collars Ladies' fancy silk, gauze, and crape handker chiefs, ^ause 6carfc of various colors, cap and bonnet ribbons in great variety Silk velvet ditto t , Capatid bonuetflowere Grofl de Naples of various colors and of tbe- best description ' Muslin chintz's of the latest patterns. Cotton ditto ditto .. . , 7-8 and 9-8 printed cottons ,- Shini...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

jFreigDt aitls a**age. FOR LG\ DOW DIRECT. m 4jg^^(N6 »*AtL' t'roifa T.istuaceBttfo Wlh 3iK'J|(}-i«H ifMMeiWe diepatcb, tbe fine ?- trow BritfeAi built ship, 1'bincess Augusta, Samuel Uartkins, Commander. , '? i As this jihla; lias onjjy roo^'Jor a few bales of Wool, early; application is nwfcl&sary. She :has the best accoin^odatioQs for Pkesengers, and carries a Surgeon. ' ' t Apply to Captain Hawkins, ©n board, or to * !?: r---'. ?.'.?:*? .- ', : iT. WILLIAMS. LftunceBton,. Jan. 14, 1S32. 1 fcK ii *SHt f.OJ«rJOtf DIRECT, igfeOlp ;.##e «*%o«ti- |3o Srois vessel will leav Sydney Ibr taqncestoii, a.bDt}t^fn',fti$t of February, and having her lad ing of ' Mf m-$a Bark rpady for shipment, will only take ebQUf 40O.Ba|es x-f JVool ou freight,) and be ; despatched within. six weeks lifter arjriyaji. For' frelj^it or passage apply tb - U J. H. RE1BEY William-street, Launpeston, ' N.B.— Wanted jt© jEMif^asg, 50 ipns»f Mimosa . .;;-; . Bark—Apply as above. ,tl .;.j . - ?iffc ^H£ fine...

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SUPREME COURT— WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

df Hs^Te^hiiliE^sfodd^char^ed 'wUli'&tteoapting! on the 3d Novwibfer, to-dreobarge at WM. GootT nwin, *ferfein loaded g«li,^ith Intent -o murder th$: saidc W% L. Goodwin. Other cpukits' stkte'd. -the -*tlW %!tf? 4dtent' ^ te&aiini^BSfaa,-1 o-7 dp W. L. Goodwin, sworn.— I wa&comtBander of toilakefsbip^iiinsp.diillreaaNoseinperiafltthe, prisoner wbb employed .byjne on board the shy ; .the hands were livin'f Isnttre in a tent : I lived in -«tt«HieP'ftnt^d',fliP«| !-i«tffrfi^*rtfifa^iHfte^ -rt6n \6 ' lhe! wjreo^? ^trad* b^ ^ to^ftfW |et a '^arrant fdrmtieyv h c%#dbenpe|bTfh-1iaViqg ,Wused,to4oTk ; 1)e«r^^VM^cf . ^Mcfi I ^a^bu/the^tppJrV^r;^ ^djr^ his ? prisoner abused me, and asked for . pro¥isn?nsv; I toTd' hinTlTiad prpyidecOpr nlni, oieilhing I bad got a warrant ; ne replied' ' you — — — 1*11 pro vrdp' fpr you to nigb't ;-V-':l was wry wefc, and ,wentto.:piy teiit -o change my clothes, when [ j rflcollejcfea tljisinan had a fowling piece, which I determined 't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1832

I .: . P«BUCf Pound, Buknside, I 'District of Mpryeo. I * IMPOUNPED, Bf I AMES, COX, Esq. of Cl&Bendpn, v. tw $e.lOtJipfrFetyuar,y,-- .;-..'.,. j * Owe black, w,gikiiigvbu)lo/ck, brand like G W oo off romp ' ' ? i = ©n#1flack wprkibg bullock. 1FW off shoulder ? ^ ©images clftijnedf 10s. per' Wead** poundage 'Jftw; tam ^headpe* day :r fooa-ariti ''^ttijr 3d. per httftd j&r3a- f- r ? *!*' * ''' 'r -?- li i ; « o j . Jf.th.fJft.bove animals be not claimed* xejde.emed, mod taken away, within the time allowed by law, they will be sftld by me aithe said Pound, on , J^e4n^tlaj,. jho 7|hk day of March, 4832* PAVID W. GRAY, Pound keeper* February 13, 1832. QUARTER SESSIONS FOR THE DISTRICT '. r : ; ' ? ? «?. ' .:*? dF'l/AiJNCE-STON. '?' \ ?l^TOTICEis hjereby given that the pouri * i-^ of' Quarter Sessions for ' -be above Dis* trict, islands adjourned fl- Saturday the 18th day ..jsf jteb/juary instant, when all persons under ref cognizance to appear or prosecute af-f bound to ...

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THE EXPERIMENTAL SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

THE EXPERIMENTAL SQUADRON. The motions ol this squadron since their depar ture .from Spilbead, were confaed, 4-hl |L to the English coa?t| and we /may ^pnfiffpntlj ijssfiri: tbaV*n roanj large ships were new^be|pre m-- nosuvred so, near the shore for oo long, a period,. Do/ ing tb- first week afterssaihng,sVR. f pdringtpn' conimed Mm&jfjp the neighbourhood of forbay/;. fw.Vf **rHVduy\a}trnlW'- Wf shy»H wferf; perfoVni-, fog] various evolutions between the entranced of thi|.j-ort and the Edaysjton.e ; subsequently,, , and I to the end of July, the squadron were either off Falmoutb. or near the Lizard ; night and day the land was kept close on board, thereby giving confidence to the officers, and shewing them what might be done with ships, of tbe greatest magni tude. On one occasion, when standing in shore, in a line of bearing, the leading ship, thinking herself quite close enough, asked permission 'to tack immediately ;' and perhaps no line-of-battle ship ever approached 60 ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

INDIA. / Over-land from F^obart town we have received a file of the Bengal Chronicle, to the dth of I^bv. The contents of this excellent Journal are higtilj interesting, but at present we h^ve only space for a few ot the mflst important extracts.; It has not a little surprised u^ to find 'that the news of the Jleforin ftijl having beep los,t i^ tfce ^ords, had reached India, via. Persia, so early as the4thK of November.— The following are extracts : MADUAsi— The ship u Waterloo^ ^apteint 4gl- dison, from Port Dalrymple, Van uiemen's Land, the 28jh.. of_ Ay^iist. Ja&tfr-ancho!r*d- in our Toads pate on the 1st November, with a Detachment of H. -t. 57th regiment now stationed in Fort St. fieorct^ .cqnsUtjn^pf Gofj^cf rn, J80 tfoartomlmifr sionw- op^rs and soldiers, 18 ^pmen, a.pd £?- chHdreb.: -?' \ ^- ??-- ,???'* ^wi^ . - |3is H^hnVBs the Uajah of Mysore from the cares hav*'bet?tf, foV are a^out to J||#ws»^edi by *li« * Supreme Government, to setUe thft My sore^ouo- iry. The f...

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SYDNEY. FROM the SYDNEY JOURNALS to the 6th of February instant. PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

\i \:\ t* ?? syrJNEy. 1 From the Sydney Journals to the 6th of February instant. PROCEEDINGS OF THt, LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. :Qn the 1st of February, the Council inet pur suant to adjournmenU-^Hisfixcellencyth* Gover nor took th^, chair, and laid upon the table 'A Bill for (the better Regulation and Government of teamen in the Merchant Service of New South Wales, and for the Protection of Masters of Vesi sels from vexatious .suits in .the -said Colony, and to. prevent Masters o,f Vessels clandestinely taking any persons from the said Colony.' .Estimates o* the E/xpeni$ituue for 1832, in UOMMITTBE,.,. ( Resolved— That alum not exceeding £828 10s. 6d. be appropriated 10 defray the 'estubliahicpni ol' His Excellency the Governor for tlie yt*ar 1832. Ilesplved— Tliai a sum not exceeding ,£8t%7 7s. j be appropriated to \clefray.iht1 expense of thej department of the Executive nod Legislative; ' Councils tor the year, i$$1.r ' Resol^dr-Tliaj a sum. flots-fxreediiig £5,295 !?s. £d- be appropr...

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ENGLISH JOURNALS. EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

ENGLISH JOURNALS. EXTHACTS. We regret to announce the death of 'Mr. Rice, the father of the Right Hon. the Secretary of the Treasury. It occurred on Tuesday, at his seat in the county of Limerick.— Dublin Morn. Regis. Death of Mr. North, M. P.— We regret to announce the death of Mr. North, the member for Drogheda. He expired on Friday morning at his ?e«M#-nce in town after a few days' illness. It is only a few evenings, since Mr. North introduced, in his place in the House of Commons, a motion respecting an appointment in the gift of the Irish a member of the Irish hsr stood in jfiigh estimation. H*» was brought into parliament under the auspi ces of Mr. Canning^ of whose policy he was an ardent supporter. However, having got an ap pointment from the Duke of Wellington as Judge of the Irish admiralty court, on the removal of Sir Jonah. Harrington (which he enjoyed only a few months,) he opposed the measure of reform as much from gratitude, perhaps, is conviction. Sir Walter ScoTT.—T...

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PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

? PORTUGAL. [From the West Briton.]— The** Stanmer*' ar rived from Lixbon on Saturday ; she sailed from the Tagus on the 25th of last month, up to which time Lisbon continued in a most agitated state ; Errepts wet e daily made, and alt confidence was, at an end. 'On the morning of the 24 tb of Sept. 21 men of the 4th rejfiment were shot, The Marchionesseg of Castejfo Melhor and Anjeja, and the, Countesses of Eicajho odd Eibeira, were ar fesjted in their beds, ! and are confined in different : consents. The Alarchiqness of Nizo, and her son the Marquis, made their escape, aud have arrived ?n thu nnrktt. A new oath «f firlplifv to Dan MigUkl, and of abjuration of Don Pediu- had been framed, and it was ordered that it should be' universally taken. Two Portuguese frigates end a corvette had sailed with 300 troops oa board to reinforce the garrison at Madeira. AH the forts on the Tagus, &c. had been put in a State of defence, in order to repel the expected attempt of Don Pedro to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

IMPOUNDED. AT the Public Pound, Prosperous, Ne?r River, Launceston Distiic^fwpWilHain Fenton, of the South £sk, on the 2Sd February, 1832:— One bf Indie bullock, brand I Yon near bib SB Damages Is. Poundage £d. per day. Food and Water 3d per day. If the above animal be not claimed, redeemed, «nd taken away, and expences paid, on or before Wednesday the 21st day of March, 1832, he will be sold by roe, at the above Pound, according to the Provisions of tbe Impoonding Act. KENNEDY MURRAY, Foundkeeper. Feb. 27, 1832, . IMPOUNDED, AT the North Ksk, by John Colket, on . Tuesday, February 21, 1832: On* black sided bollock, white back, belly, and tail, brand on near hip T C on off hip M Damagestls. Poundage 6d per day. Food and Water 3d. per day. If not claimed and redeemed within tbe time allowed bj law. be will be sold by me, at the Pound, on Wednesday the 21st dBj, of March, according to the Provisions of the Impounding DAVID WILLIAMS, Poundkeeper. Feb. 21, 1853. v. IMPOUNDED, AT the Pub...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. FEBRUARY 29, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

FEBRUABY 29, 1882. IT is not our principle to he pleased with every thing new but we cannot suffer the present opportunity to pass, without referring opr looal authorities to the noble example set before ihem by the Governor of New Sooth Wales, with regard to the proceedings of the Legislative Council. Although so short a time in office, Gen. Bourse, itwill be seen by oar Sydney news, has already settled tbe Jury Question, as well as made considerable alterations (said to be amendments) in the routine of the, i_ Custeins Department. By this time, the| much required Insolreoc 'Law has been pass ed, and «e find that another act entirely new in its nature, but one which it is surpris ing should have been so long neglected, con sidering its immense utility, is in progress towards becoming part and parcel of die law of the land under the some auspices. We allude to the « Act for the better regu lation an govemmenii of merchantssea men,' &c. If pride does not in this in* stance, a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, FEBRUARY 20th, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 February 1832

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, FBBRUAKY 2Qth, 1832. On the 27th, the brig 'fMatquis of Cornwallis,i Capt. W. E. Henderson, fcoin Swan River. Cargo, sundries. - Passengers,— Mry «nd . Mrs. Heaty and family, and servants, and Mr. Dodd. ? ^J Remaining—Barque, Process A omuta {loading for London 4ireci); brigs,jHind aod-Marq. ConiwalUs ; sdiooners— Farewell, Mars, and Henry. HOBART TOWN, FEB. 25, 1833. ABR1VED. On .Mm 20th, the barque 'Wave,' Cant Lister, On tfie 23d, the brig ' Argo,' Capt. Billipg, from Sydney, writba general cargo. , ' ' ???'??' ' SAILED. ?????:; ... On tbe 21st, title ship 'Jtf art,' Capt Jamieson, for London, with a full Cargo of colonial produce.

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