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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

[?] 1 5*^WR^«leulrl6nB llttte' fehi^ of 64' guns, com- 1 plet^ly Tiggta, and' tmt « four ^inohe* loAgV' e^euterj Hy aniofticer tri the navy, was shewn ttie other day to hlB Royal Bighne^s the Duke of Sussex, who^aB-8ince»-r«CoiDmended it 4;o his Majesty,, which ; he, has 'been roost graciously, ?Mm 'wS^Nlii ttMhfoffbw materials of which it is jcpjna posed, are gdld, sit ver ateely brass, oopper* ebon^ivory, hajr, b$,.$k&i hulL mast,' yardsi booms, jBckvand ensign^ aire 6 ffi&fa *m .P&$M with' singular mirfi*teqe$^i tiie guffs^ adchors blocks, tlead eyes, &c. are' silver, the 64 gnos weighing only 50 grains. Sunoay School UNjUkt^edhe^day, ' the 14th of September, Vei«S^*|l-e bMh-day1 Of l\, ilailtes, Esq, . the fo^ndPr of Sunday schools, was yerV. properly selected for the ''Sunday school juiiilee, which took pldce ih'ExetPr- Hall: 'The dqors wjpre opened at five in the evening, and the chair Caken by Lofd Hehly: at six o'clock, fRt which ? hour the in...

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THE RACES—FIRST DAY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

''.-.- Tub RACES^Fiits^JJi^^Iai'jsday. fTite Tit t At vStAks* of 'S sovs« for 4-yftar-dld^ ' with 40 joveneisfls added from th^.Race Fund* , . Colts* 8st, tnilies?st. tllbs* Tbdroagh*bred» dibs. ettra-— Mile hea^i. '' - ' ' Mr. Jordan's b.g»iFettrtiougnt, 7sL lilbsuk.t 1 f ? Mr. Hard wicke's big. the Cardinal, 6sU 81b»» 4 £ . Mr. White's ch. c. Chance, ' wt. . » . *» .'» . »?»;'«. . . fe tt Mr. Col's e.f. Howena, Tfct Hlbsi ;*i.-.k:..» 8 4 D/.-^aadiile's ph. c,. Bucephalus, 8st .».«.,., 2 S Mr. 'Rose's st.f. Agnes gorel- 7st.iilbs.. ..„.. AS The' Town Pla'te of 40. sovereigns, for tfortea r of ages—Mares and Geldtogs allowed Slbs.— - Tw,o-mi(e heats* . ,. , , / Mr. Lawson's cm. Dutchess,«3t '.♦.»..., 4 dn Mr. White's ra. h. Haphazard, 8sU ...,.».. 3 3 , Mr,. Hardwicke's br. b, Salftddin, 8st,.-.... 1 1 Vir. GibsbnV ch. g» Dainty Davy, . . ? 2 3 Mr. Jackson's ch. g. Spirit. of tbe Storm, .. 4 dr» . Mr. Scott's c.cl Bratus, 8s|* ....... ,.».?.k 6 dr» : In the match 6-r tOO soyereigrtB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

TO NEW SETTLERS AND CAPITALISTS. TO LET, and may be entered upon im mediately, for 5, 7U|pr as many years as may b^ afere^k up$nj the extensive FARM of ! 1000 ffrirai-younx E*«si; ifioe-woiii) 100 Head of * Cattle, with or without working Oxen and farm ins Jjspieniejnts. This farm is situated on the Sontiilsk ^verniid «at«lo ^rook. Th^e are 60 Acres in. cultivation and several Paddocks en. clasjdj Jjiejre Js jajso a^ Cottage, _ Men's Hou-ie, Barn, with Sheep and. Cattle ^Fards upon the ; Land, This Farm is capable of Feeding 5000 Sheep, 4-esid?B «attle ; and cultivation may be carried on to aoy#M:entvH-kh little or no expense* inxleafiug the,J,atid. rThere are .500 Fine Wool ' Lambl 5U0 fit Wethtrs, and kbout 1500 bushels ' ojf itihWti W tiMr'i'\to for seed) for sale.' Tlre^ party or parties renting the Land, and pu'rfcfrtis-1 iivg the latter ;6tbck, find wheat; or it. preferable, the whole stock of stofeep and cattle will be sold, wid; a liberal ttedit ftiven/orpartof the purchase ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

^j^fyiQ SAIL from Laupcestop with JfeSfr J- all possible dispatch, the fine new BrUlBh built f' *K!« ' -' ff*t ncess Augusta, Smtf Uatwfcwr Camfiandefi -oMnH sill T ' best accommodations For Passengers, and parries ? *aWSe9ft no Y I hneni ,i'.i?!»d «.!!r/ibd -Jo' Apply to Capt^ijj Hawkins, onooard, or to Jjnc booi' .v\.:t ?,*-] .ijjj ?3-.if-fi'j-/f. WILLIAMS. iaunce8tbn, Jao.lSy l€?2.w - ; 'V ,^5rtW4!^!l ,?-*»fiH-?rb 'iVMiii ! : S17 ' ; . n 'Vinos 3 ,',! ' i 'iltVitvU '«'?-»!- . - '!-;;? *?-» h-m' ?:*» :-!i^ .7 *? =. '?-'- -','x'/'h' b : amid f-|6k-fe&#teik6:4feT^' v\- '??:?? ???? jjjskt T^HE fifie fastTBaaing, Sbipv'Atfe JMtX*'f^w%?' -^at-t- Ogilvie, daily ei]8Rytid'He'H^ via. Hobart Town, from Sydney. As the lyhole of her caiyo is already engaged here, early application, for passage only, is re quested to be mad^lStfhfeiurttitetsigoed. from Sydney, wlff^^^l^cW'g^fO/1 J^fchfl^e detention $erf ; W'Ji «-* fronted, ^^ Wr|y'^pJ|^(8(^| c.uoifWoi'i srfj ut-'i'urh'-Ris^iWiiiiiiMiw...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

wuncir torn I TH» A DVEUT 1 SER, : 2 1 ? « - T^B^^ofsittif3««he([fBf4b|JKb**t trf yi-- fillteIWB^§Vr^€B;i^inUbe1V4bOiimenJBii«)d' piecp of Colonel ARTiivftftsp.QJiqysfi and ,sp jto all inlt^lftafenli' piri^bVfi' it U/'ifTefiBifded'WB t- flan ; 1 bi t If tbjfc^fTOif, ^^.pyptepijbe Jconnid.eTefl, tb« J Id ifter ^ll W^kffi. ??Sttlb^al^ifiei'ent light* T.ere^n^etrttrdouttthat^s^xteitency'in.; ei tabli^Kin^^^We^tirysaWji** Wellts' *Ai « etVnV«-rUf teAttt^mffsttei* tfrj»S»nWbf perfeek I ^stra^eVaDtf noi'oV ma^i^eL'k^ey^r^ Wry probably not. .SI^P^esiBsirtliiJtawi^iwi | on paper,' u master-piece, but id reality iktle'liet* jter than-ia blaiidnr. - ?'??''» - ; ' '' i | 'It U unTr^oyntIy vecori that verj serious fo | convenience is experienced, BbfWaVthe ends of jjtiitlfcearedeFeat^^hV^gHthe'Vant'or proper c8At1dfl%»a' Vision 'oh'We^parltff evenihose AfliBtW^'^ 'Wave %U ^tfg^^We^ef Mkn| atrt^iriai'b^ ^caped'theiost'p^ikl.ine'nt AWtimWrnt! iH Wnse;^deo% dt't^V ib^fac^ «iP*ome WitVeife who; iit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 March 1832

IM-fWfftiNifeD, « . W ' olfl& WH! 1nur%cfc,s whjfe buck,' betty .'iOMJiiOt: !?: tfJ 19YO b .Slii.d 30 Mill £';.., If not xla$med.,and redeemed within the time all^WfH^^wfiu. will be sold .hy me. at the Pound, ou Wedne&ij ttt?WW ^fWSSW^ ajxoxding to jthe Provisions of the Itnpoundiag , * \r. -.',?:.: i-.i v.y- t -lafflFmmMBi'i ?-?'????-? ? Poundkeeper. .*Rb&.:. si, .jaw, ;,.,,; -?'... . .,? . . ,.v * CiiT^iU c*.V ...'; 3 i.;-i*i .-i..iiiu ii:,i:-;.' ? :??? -?;;;. .;;?:. ? . . i-jj .-'??'??' i -??'?.'* a batajsvs cot'1, li .1 .'. ?/ '' ?'? ' ?' ' . ENTIRE H-m$B. ? .... 4 SPLEND1 D, -dappled bay Carnage ?W J9X?3iSE^ 'tQite^ eieara alcE stands jup T^jr, SMpeiior actipp, ,,w*)|. adapted : either, Jor a^«rultaM^ paVposteMor for tlife TO*id ; bewg-tfuu kind oJf_Horse.8o long wanted in the Colony, and which cannot be obtained by crossing oar small matvs with the rough-itmbed heavy-bodied cart b^ors^ of England. -Mi*sM* Douglas Park, Elizabeth_$U*er. TEitM8Cfe^»VTttfd...

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CHARACTER OF LORD BROUGHAM. NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

CHARACTER OF LORD BROUGHAM. TFuov -Blackwood's Ma-sa«ine.] NOATir. 1 agree with you in entertainhig a sincere ad miration for Brougham's abilities; and though I 4iaye never had much intercourse w ih him jn pri vate life, can Weil und erst ami your having a sort of liking for him too? but somehow *' it does so ^happen,' asXanning used to say, *' that 1 never think, of his history, and position without feeling ;a sort of cloud come ovejr.my mind's eye.' De ipend upon it that's not a man destined to end smoothly. He can't stop where be is ; and whe ther he is to soar or to sink, this deponent know eth not. TICKLER. Castlereagh went mad and died miserably. Can ning touched the verge of madness, and the cord snapt. Brougham is tusking both intellect, and temper to a pitch far beyond either of them. NORTH. It were time he should reflect! TICKLER. Yes, truly. Here he is administering, at an hour's notice, the highest judicial office -in the World with just as much knowledge of equity 'law ...

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[From the HERALD.] [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

fFrom the HeitAtD.] Capture of the Cahuonia Schooner bt Convicts at AIoreton Bat.— About six weeks since &e, Caledonia, Captain Browning, on her passage to.Tarres' Straits, to collect the wreck of the: America, put into Moreton Bay, bringing up .ou.tsidethe Sand Bar, although cautioned % the pilot that the place was Improper, regular anchor age having been provided by Government, and under protection of the military. These repre sentations hud ? no effect^ and she completed tier water. ' During the night the vessel was , boarded by one of the boats1 crews, amounting to eleven men, who had the night before provided* them delves with fire-arms, by undermining the pilot house. They ordered the crew to surrender, threatening, should they make any resistance,* to make them walk th»- plank. Their orders having been complied with, they ordered the crew into tfu- .boat, ^ud m«de- hem push off, detaining 'Captain Browning on 'board, who, after making* . rt nvitj : at tempts to; escap...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

^1l»--l!r ? *S&*^f&}&fMMW* Vcip Frlda^^e lia#oad adr§/y^#:*B completed; ddwfcio The Govtrnor and Council *- ie still hard ;n work framing a system which it was hoped wou,ld work well. T4ie Foreign Attachment Bill had passed. The following Grants bad been made :— £ $. d. For New Market and Market Honse 3500 0 0 Cotnpietion of Council Chamber 100 0 0 Government Bouse repairs ? ? 200 0 O Repairs of ofter Public Buildings 1009 O 0 Furniture for Reception Room . - - at Government House - :- ? $00 O O Farnitnre for Public Offices - - 150 0 0 «ghtn»g Sydney - - -1 V . . 466 13 0 Government Printing - - .. -- 700 0 0 1 Fuel and Light for the several ; . ColonM OppartnHmts*' - - 77 11 0 .Drawbacks of Cnstoms . . . . - - AGO '-O Q ' BHnginjr oiit : Female Farm Ser- ; VfMiibs from (he Agricultural ; Counties in England, at ^18 1 , per head - - - - r - :?. 6400 0-0 To nieet Contingencies and uu- . ? foreseen e*x pences in encoii- ' nageingfimigt ant |abor ; . 2000 0 0 Th...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

MISCELLANEA; Magnanimous Legatee.— Some time ago a gro cer, of the name of Higgins, died, and left a considerable sum to a gentleman in London, say ing to him, at the the time he made his will, ' I do not know that I have any relations, but should yon ever, by accident, hear of such, give them some relief.' The gentleman, though thus left iu full and undisputed possession of a targe for tune, on which no person could have any legal claim, advertised for the next of kin to the de ceased, and, after some months were spent in in. qulnes, he at length discovered a few distant re latives. Last week he called them together to dine with him, and after distributing the whole of the money, according to the different degrees of consanguinity, paid the expenses of advertis ing out of nls own pocket* .%.*- gsw«fNBER «f Bristol, -named HiCttA«os, living in fhat city, 4u»s flfre*' 53 years -study and ( Uaiiour, --«otnf1*'t-e-! a (DaohHw which fre -calls tiis ?''Endless Power Machin**,1' wiiirti i...

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THE SKY LEAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

THB SKY LBAPERS. TFrom fh.e Winter's Wreath.3 Much of -the strong excitement, felt on behold ing a ehaia «f lefty mountains, arises from the conviction, borne upon our hearts by annals of all tongues and; people, that on lands .such *as these, the foot of the invader has seldom rested, ttftd has never ldng tarried. We view these gigan - tie ramparts over all the known world, as limits, placed by the Creator, to the unruly ambition of man. Wherever they rear their ancient bea-K, they are proud in the recorded defeats of leaders, whose fame *' hath filled the ends of the earth.' often bf a mere handful of the peasantry dwelling ' amongst them. And on hearing of the subjugation of a moon* tainous country, we feel us- though the wardPrs -vf God's forts had been unfaithful. So often, from the pass o( Thermopylae to the heights of Morgar ten. have the brave proved their own hills to bf- impregnable,' ihat no tale of overwhelming num bfirs will counteiSpct the feel'iog that a mountain, lan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

. i ? ..-.?».*. puslio notice. ?#B1SBK£ will be a Public Meeting at the . JL. PrfieeOffiee, Norfolk PJams. on Wed ©esday«i«xt, *b« 21st it insraji -* at 11 o'clock in ' the forenoon, W -tie purpose «T taking into con ? sider-atioa ibe feest cantos -of obtaining tb«-,erec- , tien -of 4t 8'idgp across the Smith Esk, iu a centra 1 pait of the said DistriO. ? All Persons Interested t!b£rein are requested to If, L. SMITH, 3. P. ; W. Alt CHER, Jdn. ,. ; - THOMAS PARKER, CHARLKS REID, ? ' - ???'???? ? .' W. PATON. '? U«rToJltT3aiD8J 14th March, 1832. H3|Tanted a working over ?f'' -SEER. ' ? Apply at the Office of this Paper. March I*. 1833. . . . . , TREE DISCUSSION IN THE COLONIES. k MEETINGS AT SYDNEY. AT A MEETING^ of I he Friend * of Mr. Hall, the Proprietor and Editor affh*** Sydney Monitor' 'Journal. held jit C«mi- jnjngs*i- Hotel* in Sydiiev, on Wednesday, the; 8th of February, 1832, W. C. Wentwortu, Esq. in* ttie cbair| the following Resolutions (being J|ji(y moved and Seconded) we...

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THE RACES—SECOND DAY—Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

?$PHB RACES— Swond Day— Wednesday PdNy^t\iE8'bf $0 sovs:, catch weights, mile inats.— Entrance | so veieigu. -, . Mrt-}iwt\b*;fc, Jessie, - - -?. -' _ 1 bolted 1 Mr. -3U?adpw!s b. g. Bob « - bolted first heat. Mr.ThomaVs o. *n. the Cat - . . - % \ 2 Mr- WaddiughainVb. nuMisss Grizzle) .j . . ~ Mr. Brigg'8 ch. g. Jack - - - - - (. «'- '°$ ^lr KeriBode'6i&. g. Goatmao - - j starC# Aia Age Purse of 30 sovereigns, from the Race Fund. ; Mr. Cok's ch. *-. £della - - ... - 2 2 Mr. Gibson's ch. c. Dainty Davy - - - l l Mr. Jackson's ch.g. Spirit of the Storm - dr. O Back. Stakes of 15 sovereigns, catch weights.— Beats, wile aud distance. ' Mr. Waddle's bt. h. Bagatelle- - - - - J 1 Mr; Mr Donald's br.h. Donald - ?„ . . 2 2 Ah. SnelJ's Hit or Miss -;--.. - - 33 Mr. Evai.s's Dick, Mr. Batman's Fair Star, Mr, Wrinkle's Cato, and Mr. Ty tier's Lush, were started, hut not placed. i Match for 50 sovereigns.— Two-milejheats.— Gen tlemen riders. . ? ^ Mr. Burrus'6 g. g. Paddy - - « - - - 1 ...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

DOMESTIC. The PREfiBYTEni^N8.— We are well pleased to find that the business of the Presbytenau Kirk is proceeding rapidly. Three gentlemen, we under stand, are engaged in drawing plans for the pro. posed church,- «H of which are to be graluitouslf given to the Committee. The building prepara tions under the ?superintendence1 of Mr, Sprunt, are well sooken of by the subscribers, and we have every reason to believe that lh« evectton of the church will commence almost immediately. Whilst on thw subject we woald stronglv advocate the principle laid down by one of the Kirk's best friends. — That there-should be a local jirei&yterj' in Van Diemen's Land, in place of the churta being dependent upon the Presbytery of Edio burgh. By these means, any trifling matters may be settled on the spot; and ali serious ones can be then taken before the general .Asspmbly, which must be the ultimate result. und'*r the go-' vemment of the Presbytery of Edinburgh. . It |s with much regret we ate ...

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FOURTH DAY—Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

FotJBTu DAY~Friday. Publicans* Pju&se of 20 jsoyerepgnsi for Gallo ways, catch weights.— Beats, mile and di$* .jtaace.. -,'?... ? ..;..,'.,.. ? ?.-. ? '? Mr. Waddle's Miss Platoff- - - - - 1 2 2 2tlr«aBatm&nV Miss Benldmorid ? - - 2 1 1 Mr. Campbell's Miss White - - - ??-? 3 3 3 Mr.£ox'-* b. f.Jess*© - - u* t - i. 4 4* 4j ' 'Mr. Me Kle's Creeper, 'Mr, Kerraode's Varnish, Mr. Waddingham's Mis6 Grizzle, Mr. Brigg's Jack,; Blr. lves?s poll, Air., Wjcklmm's Flying Pieman, Mr. Caseidy'fi Bapp| Ja(^, Mr, Pr^er'* CraBy Jane, and several others entered at the post, start ed lot £h1s r&e, but were aot placed* - -. PUur^cAN's Ptjfts^*| 2^' sovereigns, iprY ^ear^ ^P^if^C^if 4!°'.^ I wres *»ft %ldings allowed 3 lbs.— Mile heats. , . ?....^ ;l;.«j „.,,.;« Dr. Lnndale's £h. c. Bucephalus ? - -: * t 1 JVW- Hur/1 wick's b. c, Mieeppa . - - - 2 2 3Mf. Mafi6ey'«iCnf. Agnes Sorei- --- ?» - Sj 31 Mr* Cok's b. f- ftowena w ? -v ???-in* * -s. i 4 4? Mr. Mc'Lpod's Bad tuck - -?- «:...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

rr --1^E OF GRAIN. * :. * ' LAUNCESTOJf. . .. ?-???-' «. d. f, a; Wheat, ? 4t6 to 5:0* Barley, ? 4 ? 6 — : 5 : 0 ? Oat*, ..-.-? ? 5 : o — 5:6 ffioiin -4-est) pt*r«vyt. 16s.— Ditto (second*) 14s. Meal, 12s. percVet. ?- ttOBART TOWN, ? *k 4. ?, ' Wheat, ., ? ,. s .':? 6 Bailey, ; ? . 4, : 0 Oats, ? ........... Q ::* ,..

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THIRD DAY—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

Third Day— Thursday. The Company's I' u use of £0 sovereigns, for the - two-year old produce of Buffalo/ Bolivar, and ? Wa-erloo.—Mile beat . Carrying Sst. Fillies ~ aad Geldings allowed 3 lbs. Wr. Jordan's b. ^Fearnought - . - - l \ Mr. Hardwick^ b.c. Mozeppa ? - « ? 2 % Mr.Hohe's r. f. Agues Sordi . - . - - 3 3 Mr. Gibson's cb. f. Bessy Bell, and Mr. R Whites ch, c. Chance, started, but were not placed. Ppbuican's Purse of 30 sovereigns. All ag*fi.— \' Two-iniip heats. fr,tpQr%ePs lack .-?--,- - 1 I r. Me Donald's Donald - - . -,, - - 2 2 Several other horses were entered atthepoBt for this race, but were not placed. . :

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MARCH 14, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

LAUNCBSTON ADrERTISER. 31AIiiCil 14, 1832. If ever a series of public accounts was published in a vague, unsatisfactory., and in «oraprehepsibl€ tnauoerv it is the 'state- ment of -the Revenue of VanT Dieraen's -Land, and its appropriation far the fourth ?quarter of the year 1830, and the four geve Tal g#rter| 6|f thf yeariPl*' published so the last Hobart Town Gazette. It is u statement rt is true— That it is a correct oue there is no doubt ; but it is not only win-' telligiWe^ttr Btuewteiiths of the -commanity, ?but actually bears do voucher of its accu ficy- VSThen, where, »r by wham audited bpptmreth not. '' ' '';;.; ' ' ' '' ' ;' ' The foHawing atfe the sums total for each ?fluarJer^— -,,,!,? ;?;.*?:.?»? ?»., ?? . , ? ? ??.-. I! .. .. ^\mi 14-51 34i,u); .-. t— 1601$ 5 If 4th *.. .. —20280 10 8j :4thJQr.l|i^|%^2,? 3tt ., .. -42928 * t 4th ^ -r. — iMMtf* ? i' :.'.«?- j ? j ? '- ?-??-';----?'??? ? ? : ? ?' £92132 * 6 n frieodB of Mr. Hall, the well-atop rov«d «poorger of the joiam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

? ? FOR LONDON DIRECT. ^^SaLfJlO SAtL from Laxioceston with W£mW~ all £orsible distich, the fine ?gwl Britieb -btfUt Khip, Puwcess ? AubofeT a, jijAs ihm ^J-ba8 pnly. room for « few bales of oest #ecomtnodations for Pasien,gers, a,nd: cam^s ? Surgeon. , '^ Apply to Captain Hawkins^ do board, or to ~~~ — -Trwilstttiws. launceston,. Jan, 12, 1832./ * ?:r,w.i-n™ . - :,;:-/? i- ..?:,?:?-.? :?;?? ; J^R f|iHE fiafe fest^Bilingr Ship **Re diat*' despacjb. , r. j , . Application Tor freiglit of a few bates of Wool «a!yr'wiiH»rTeceifedR»T — ~ ? _. ,1^, WALKINSHAW. jHi& jL , ' nod «o^per . fastened : Ship *&Et&ai$0F^CA*Tkiti Do*mtV The\gfc«a*-»r parti of ber Cargo IMtfg 'eng%-Wly trhe will hare ims mediate despatch. Hei1 accoinaodatidnfe for pas «eogeri are $och a* toeimite ewry ^wtfbte comfort* ?»-.-—. -«!**—. - .- . ? For^ig^tbrdassage, apply to ' * wlf' * wlff 1 T KlaTfilJ 1 ur ff«l* ™ AUAlnwIlAfl't vIAfteraf radiances made on Colonial produce. i-i.il' !??-:.)..; ?-...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 March 1832

i .. . , ~ WMTTBHT 90* THE ADVERTISER. '** ¥a« two Colonies.— The Governmentof, the, -elder Colony is established by, and under the j Authority of tbe identical Act of the British Parliament, which authorises the establishment of the Government of this Island. The Governor in Chief 'lit Sydney has full power, abd so tifs ibe lieutenant (Gpv.eri)or here, in the absence of the Governor foChief^) to make, with the advice, of lift3 1'egUlative Council, 1 jany* -and all necessary laws and ordinances, provided they Are consistent ^(15 the circuinsta'uees of tlje Colony, and not repugnant to the laws of England. Society In tp»| C^bpW |i^^oie4^^|^ .%«**»* both—and l|ielot^lties of the two estab|isbn)entB are in every respect similar, .excepting only, that New So¥£fa frafetf beinjrthe elder by some twenty odd years, has a greater population, a greater. consumption, an^l consequently a greater revenue. Diffet^tironiy in1 this particular , it is mostsur fmsitig that the' policy . of different ...

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