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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

THIS A DVERTiSER, THKTwoC«LON«te8.— Continued from pur last.—, Proceeding onwards in the course which we have laid out, we take, as the next point in our comparison, the Syduey Act for the. better Go vernment of Merchant Seamen, \vhjchr)we have already submitted as an example worthy of imi tation to our Authorities. Jn the ^very limited space which we then had to devote to the «ubjfect, it was impossible for -us to enter into its merits as we could ha v^w.u^e^.X^^tiwe, could 'dp( waB to call for a similar .Act, from the local Go vernment. That call having been neglected, we now take the earliest opportunity of shewing the ?evils which such an Act would tend to remove* The greatest inconvenience and trouble is created in consequence of the magistrates not being com petent to settle the disputes arising between mas ters of vessels and their seamen, so many of which occur in this port. We might enumerate many instances where great trouble has been oc casioned, In consequence of the abs...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, March 17, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, March 17, 1832. H. J. EMMETT, Esq. has been appointed Clerk of the Peace and Registrar of the Court of Requests in the place of Mr. Lyons, until the pleasure of the Secretary of State shall be known. MR. EDWARD SYMONDS has been appointed a Division Con- stable. P.D. Launceston, vice Mr. David Williams. JOSEPH CHARLES HALL, F. P. per Bengal Merchant, and THOMAS WASS, 1010. per Bussorah Merchant, have been appointed Constables. A TICKET OF LEAVE bas been granted to Edward West, Lady Castlereagh. FREE — James Simmons, Woodford— Robert Lee, Hibernia— John Kendall, General Stuart— Stephen Hammond, Woodford— William Brown, Medway,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

DIED.— On Thursday evening last, of Apoplexy     universally respected, Mr. WILLIAM COOK, of the firm of Cook and Sherwin.      

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 March 1832

YESTERDAY (Friday), ELIJAH ALDER was found   guilty of the murder, on the 13th of October   last, of Mr. Benjamin HORNE,, son of B. Horne, Esq. Chiswick, and was ordered for execution on Monday.— Hobart Town Courier.     Eolx,a O'Ferual, Esq. was fined ^100* at the Police Oflice, on the 15th of Mdrch, fdr«at* bourlnff one £uza Paton, an assigned servant ito Mr. Olding. — Ibid.

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POLITICAL UNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

POLITICAL ONIONS. The next leading topic to which we have occa sion to recur, is the formation of the National Po litical Onion (London), which has made the follow* ing declaration :— ?' DECLARATION OF TUB NATIONAL UNION Of THE LOWER CLASSES.' ** Labour is the source of wealth.' ' That common wealth is best ordered when the ? citizens are neither too rich nor too poor.' ' At this moment of great political excitement, it is alike the interest as well as the duty of every working man to declare his political sentiments, io order that the country and Government may be generally acquainted with the wants and grievan ces of this particular class— in accordance with which we, the Working Classes of London— Declare ' 1 . All property (honestly acquired) to be eb« cred and Inviolable. '2. That all men are born equally free; and have certain natural and inalienable rights. ' 3. That all Governments ought to be founded ' 4. That all hereditary distinctions of birth are unnatural, and opposed ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Their Majesties are m the enjoyment or ex cellent theaUo rod spirits. t ^ . ? i TiiE Qu^es has been graciously pleased to be come the patronegs of ihe Chaf ing-cross hospital, andhas contributed a most liberal annual subscrip tion to it. . t)n Monday^Nov. 21st) Parliament was further prorogued 'until the 6th of December. Itis said to be intended, thai so soon as the Ref6rm Bill' ihall have passed the Commons, as many of the best friends of Reform in that House, aB nray bewnecf.8sary-wHl;be made Peers. ; The VENfcRABie Sir Geotge Mowjey_ Hoijroyi), ^ho died' bii ' Monday, at his seat, Hare Hatch, Berks, resigned' his judicial functions' as one of the Puisne Judges of the Court of King's Bench in 1829, having performed the duties of that office the full period io entitle him to the retir ing pension of £3,000 per annum. Mr. Holroyd, a son of !Sirv George, it is said -will be appointed o'neofthe Commissioners of the new Bankruptcy Gourt. . . iSiKCBAnr.^ Baoot, o...

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STATE OF THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

STATE OF THE COUNTRY,. Notwithstanding the excitement occasioned by the late disturbances at Bristol, and the rejection «f thfe Reform Bill by the »* recreant 99,' the country remains in a more than usually pacific state. A few cases of incendiarism had occurred in the counties of Chester, Nottingham, and Kent, but on the whole the country may be called quiet. The prices of the Fund6 are a proof of confi dence in the Government; City, Not. 26: Three per Cent. Reduced, ; . . . 82| - - . ? Consols, .. .. 83$ Three-and-half per Cent. Reduced 99§ ? i . ? Ann. (new) 91 Four per Cents. (1826) .. ? ? 99| ? Exchequer Bills, .. .. 6 7 & 8 pm. India Stock, .. .. .. .. .. 200ft By private accounts we learn that the Manu facturing Districts are in an improving and pros perous state; and that the dead stock, so much complained of, had disappeared. The papers being silent on this subject, is a proof of the troth of this statement, inasfar as it shews there are no complaints. Several horri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

TO 8E LET, FOR a term of Four Years, a moiety of thai beautiful Estate CORK A LINN, situated within tix mhVsof Lauriwston ; bounded in front by the North Esk River, consisting of 760 Acres of most excellent LAND, tile whole of which are nearly fenced in ; 120 acres of culti vate Land arc divided into paddocks, and of the finnal description of soil in the Colony, with a capital DWELLING SOUSE, containing 5 Rooms ; - also a detached Kitchen, a 3-Stall Stable and Stock Yard. Also, an excellent Garden, containing nearly two Acres of Land, with a considerable number of Fruit Trees, with or without two Teams of Oxen, Cart, Ploagtj§ Harrow, and a few Milch Cows, at the option of the Tenant. V&r farther particulars apply to Mr. Alexander Host, Uip' Proprietor, at 4he Britieh Hotel, Latin* oehton, or to A- CuauLton. Launceston, March I©', 1832. NORF.OLK PLAINS. FOR SALE BY PR4V ATE CONTRACT.^ AGENTEEfyRESiDENGE situated in the township of Longford opposite the church, consisting of s...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

domestic. Shipping.— The 'Arethusa' sailed from Eng land for Hobart Town and this port previous to the 'Sovereign.' The ' Forth,' the ' Socrates,' and the ' Persian,' had sailed, and the ' Craig ievar' and ** Lady Wellington*! were loading, for this port direct. The ' Elizabeth,' Capt. Swan, from this port, arrived off Margate, the 22d Nov., and the 'John,' Captain No rs worthy, from Hobart Town, arrived in London, on the 23d of November. The Oil Trade.— We understand, that the British merchants have, by the recommendation of Mr. Reid, whose exertions in favor of this port cannot be too highly appreciated, determined on sending a whaler or two from England to be sta tioned at George Town. The Socrates, William GrBBONS, Commander, burden 151 tons per register, has been fitted out in England for this place, and her register as a vessel belonging to the Port of Launceston, has been received at the Custom House. The Brenda.— Part of the cargo of this ill fated vessel has been brought up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

CONDITIONAL PARDONS— James M Bride. Minerva— Brian Bennett. Dit;i-— .Patrick Gor.nlcj-. Ditto— Terence Mooney. Benooolen— William ljtawllngs. Hiliernia— William Walton, Dromciary— Dsvid Price. Lord Melville — Alexander Law. Lord Houg«ribrd— John Ben field. Lady Ridley — Michael Hanton Minerva— Thomas York. Juliana— John Laird. Globe— Mary Ashly Bunker, Lady Ciutlereagb, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LADNCESTON, MARCH 28, 1832. No arrivals or departures since our last HOBART TOWN, MARCH 17, 1832. ARRIVED. On the 22d, the ship ' Gilmore,' 500 tons, Captain James Berry, from London 27th or November, with 320 male prisoners. The guard consists of 38 rank and tile of the 4th and 63d regiments, under the com mand of Captain Campbell, 'of the 4th, and Ensign Jerritt, also 3 women and 4 children.' ..?:.. . ?i .' '? '?-' ,. ' S At LEO. ' ]-. ? On the 18th, 'tfib'*rlJohn--Wobcral|,'11 forJSydney. Same day, the 'schooner vl Harlequin,** for Sydney. Ou the 17th, the ' Lady of the lake,' Capt. Pear son...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MARCH 28, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

LAUNCESTON AD rESTISER. , MARCH 38, 1832. ? The Port of Launceston is now recog nised in England, as one .worthy the atten t tioD of the British Merchants \ who promise^ to Jay on their ships for Launceston direct* from time to time.. By this, means, we may expect thai bur prosperity as a commercial town, so astonishingly established within the last four years, will be greatly eocreased ; and that, in spite of the jealousy and neglect with which we have been, hitherto looked upon and treated by the local government, ' we shall flourish. For the establishment of its name iu England, the port is indebted 1 1 the gopji report of the Masters of Vessels, ?wh6 hrive visited us— the private letters of 't-ur Merchants, and the circumstance of ? several of them importing their goods hither .direct. It was only necessary for the merits of the Port of Launceston to be known for them to be duly appreciated. Being, as it is, at once » safe and well-sheltered harbor —the dnly outlet from the most...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. a. d. t. d. Wheat, ? 4:6 to 5:0 Bailey, ? 4*6 — 6:0 -. Oats, ? 5:o — 5:6 Flour, (best) per cwt. 16s.— Ditto (seconds) 14s. Meal, 12s. per cwt. HOBART TOWN, i. 4. Wheat, ? fi : 6 Barley, ....,..' ? 4 : 0 Oats, ? 0 :. 0

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THE CHOLERA ON THE CONTINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

THE. CHOLERA ON THE CONTINENT. [From the Obseuvek, Nov. 14.1 Beiilin.— Up to the 2d, of November there had been upwards, of 1,000 caBes— upwards of 1,^00 deaths, and. €00 recoveries. Abput 113 cases still remain, and there does not appear as yet any chance of the disease being subdued. HAWBORGH.TT-The malady certainly rages with some v virulence here,, but it is not. considered contagious i no physician, no attendants'on the sick have been attacked ; the disease positively afifects only those, unhappy persons, whose body is predisposed to it by an irregular mode of life, drunkenness, idleness, and the' like.* , yi^NN^— The fear of the cholera haSiAlmost vanished' here and many persons who wereioduced to leave the city are returning. From all accounts U may be considered the cholera is leaving this | place. , . , , . i ,»;,; I Ieghork.— A letter of the 16th October dated I irom this place ?*afS^*-AvveBBeIv|ia» pit arrived I |b«re |w% ,jL\$KfnAti+Mr* jW&geMM days. I She brings...

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ENGLISH NEWS, TO NOV. 27th, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

ENGLISH NEWS, TO NOV. 27*b, By the 'Sovereign?' I^e **S«vea«GN,' iXtKVL%A*i from England, 29th itovember, passed die Heads, oa Tuesday, tte 30th instant, bound for Sydney. Mr. Henry Rese, our. respected fellow townsman and *ner chant, was ^utaBhore, and arrived here ca Wed nesday -evening. We have been favored by oar mercantile friends, with a number of *' The Albion,** of the 26th, and of 'The Satirist'' of the 27th of November, arid some other papers. The continental political pews is of small im portance to us, with the exception of there being a slight probability of an eruption in Portugal and another in Holland; the former arising out of the losses sustained by the British residents from the measures of Miguel, for which losses compen sation had been demanded, with a notification that it would be tvfoviseA. The latter is likely to - «rise out of the dispute \ between Witii am of Orange, the Dutch King, and Leopold, King of Belgium, respecting the possession of the Nether* land...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

Our Friends and Subscribers are respect fully reminded thai another Quarter ends with this IVo.-~ffre need not add thai tip mrty ca# will oblige.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

MR. RICHARD WHIT' exyec* to reoeire from Sydney, early in February 900 pr me fine wooiUd HAMS, which ti**.is h» strui i«d to sell by Public Sale, at a liberal credit. ! This importation affords, a favorable opportunity to Sheep ffcoprietors, of obtattVing frest blood, and try.iijg the advantage of ji Spring Limbing ?eason LaanceetoD, Jan. 26, 1833. WANTED TO Purchase from. 500, to 1000 Leaa Wedders, or Store Sheep. Apply to Mx. Cathcaht, LewUham, Macquarie River, or te X£WiS »GILL£S. Goodwood, Stii Mardi, 1832 TARES AND GRASS SfiBD. FOR SALE, a quantity of Tares, for seed; also mixed Grass seed (Pacy, By-gn.88, (Maintain, Rib or Cock 'grass, and Whit* Clover.) Apply to W. G.WA&K&R, Fron, Liffy Hivolet. N. p. Wanted-** purchase 500 or 1000 lean Sheep. Vren, Sth March, 1832. ' CIVIL ENGINEER & LAND SURFEYOB. CAPTAIN JOHN KYLEbegaleweio inform his Friends and the Public, -that tie Will commence on the 1st May next as CIVIL ENGINEER, LAN© SURVfiTOK, and GENERAL L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

FOR LONDON DIRECT. ne4r Bntislh buiU ship^ - PiiNc^s -Adcvsta, Samuel Hawjk^s, ConMintoder. As lhi« *hm has.ooly room for a, few bales ol Woo), early «{H)Ji-»tton Is toeceisary. She h«s f h- best accommodations for Passengers, and carries ? Surgeon. Apply to Captain Hawkins, on board, or to «???-????? T.- WILLIAMS, taooceston* Jan. 12, 1832. TOR LONDON DIRECT, _$a&f1f9&; finp fast-sailing Ship«i?e Sgm Ml kearchr Capt. Ogifvie, having neariy ,-her. whole- cargo engaged, will haveimme diafe despatch. . Application for freight of a few bales of Wool ool^, wilibe receiffed i)j WM. WALKINSHAW. FOR LONDON DIRECT, ^fSjKtnnHE fine fast-sailing1 coppered ?BB& ??- and '' copper fastened Ship ♦r#?fw»rty' Captain Donal, Tk^grtaifer p^rt' ?f her Cargo bJSng engaged, Ifhe, will have iin neiiato despatch* fl^r accoimnodoUopa for;»flB sengeri am i euph a^s , to ^ufjure .tlpif - possible* ,-.-,' For freight -»r jpasfiage, ipply to WW. WALKINSHAW. Liberal advwneei «&de...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

? ? mirm ink- ? , ? . The Two Colonies— -Continued.— With regard to the issue of title deeds to lands granted, there is as great a difference in ihe view* of the two Governments as on. any other point. The Autho rities of New Soutfl Wales, liavey -froto time to 4ime, issued and caused to be issued, certain gjrant deeds, -thd validity of which has never b^en questioned,) to-the people, iM-nfirming them in- the possession of Hheir several locations; bat the! **Big wigs*' of Tasmania, with a decree of inee unity, peculiarly and exclusively their own, save -discovered that every grant «p issued b/lheSyd-' oey Governors has been Invalid, because such; grants I Jiave been in the name of the Governor, and not of the King. This may or may not oe correct for ought wVknow or care : whether it be to or-flOt Ifiof small importance' to the matter tinder conBia^ratWri, and teifere we decline1 naking^n^airyioto the, inerite of s the opinion. % rather along iiwe ilQldfiyMip^R, ^liiQ^f^bBiei^-^iimR^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

COURT OF REQUESTS— LA UN CESTON. NOTICE is hereby given that tbe 4th sitting of this Court, for 1€32, Will be held.by adjournment, .on Saturday the 21st of April iiext, kt 10 o'clock in the forenoon. .Plaints \n , Causes to be tried at this sitting, against persons residing in other districts, or mpr? tl|ai» J.0 mjit^frgin LauncestonY,mu«t.be filed *| tfoe .ofigftgn. or beforp ^ajt«^ay?1tben gthrilft^ of April '; and tho^e. again8^j}per8ons resident in taunceston, and within 10 miles, on or before Wednesday,- the 11th day of April. ; i:i Full particulars, in writing, Jot the^PleintiflFs demand, and of the residence of the Defendant, ipust be furnished at1 the time of tiling the plaints. —Dated this 17th day of March, 1832. P. A. MULGRAVE, Commissioner. ' ' ?'?..?'... ? ' ...» .. ... ,,T -...,...- '?-,.«-'t ? ..

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THE LATE RIOTS AT BRISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

. THE LATE RIOTS, AT BRISTOL. .... . By way of addenda to the lamentable Jn telli. g§nce furhisbeaitiottr'suppleinen'ioTldst Wee\, out reaolers the following further particulars :-- ; The day affer the] riots *f robrning Pawned ' sayBf'ihe 'Obser.ver,'l6f the 7th i of November 'f on.JSQch a fetene as had never?before been wU oeBsed in M»^^l F^'SW6!*, il* Ml**3*** were' subsiding, r«)ut the appearance of Queen square, was appallibg . inj the extreme. . Nnaae rouB buildingB were reduced to a heap of smok ing ruins, and? others were momentarily falling jn ; while around, in various parts, .lay.seyeraljOl the riotersvin the last Btage of senseless intpjuca tioo, and many withf countenances more, resemb ling fiends than men. The soldiers who had been ordered put .of. town, were remanded ; and lha Magistrates, ha/ing reassembled, came af ie/igih to a decision, 'catted \o\\t: 'the postt bomn-iTu$, and made an application to Mr. Heuapath, I through the medium of Mr. Under Sheriff Hare, for ...

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