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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 March 1832

DIED.— On Saturday last, at the Colonial Hospital, of dysentry, the well-known Native Chief EUMARRAH, And, on the preceding day, of inflammation on the chest, ROBERT, ano- ther aboriginal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

' NOTICE. IF JOSEPH D KJLL does noi call and set. tie fcbe4MW©uat=lhje to me, within 2i days from this 'date, his property now io my jroswssioa will 4je-sold to pay the same. ' samcsl aa^AMH. Char]' s-Str«et1sUtiDce8toii- , v%tb*IarSh, 1832. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ACapitaWINNOWIN« M ACH-1N E, ^tjxvn an improved principle. An jex cellMHt WEIGHING MACHINE^ with Weights' ?CliMiWe. ;?— une IWmeitfor ; — three PJooghs ; — a i quantity of AtewAeaiaod BINE;— abeat 3G doxfn Bottlnl Be*?;— r33 dozen Cordials, in three dozen catks ; — si* Hogsheads Vortex. Also, a four tons «fCOiL& Fi-c fiirtbertrarlicaiar&apdiy toCaptaiD 7AMB«f on fcoasd ftfce Barque ** ;fv'ier* W or to , ,.,. HENRY REED, Agent .; Xwm^ton, WaWklfi, 183** - . ? . FR ANCIS SPEM EH, -3haries-gtf eet __ JLaunoestoa, begs leave U- return hie ilncpfve thinks to hip friends and. th? public in, general, -foif toe *ery liberal aappttrtlie hurt-, ceited, and begs to inform them Hint**; h«e on? hand ,p«r 'Bchaapp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

sest atcduflnodations for Passengers, tfnd carries ?App^ito^AipTAiN Hawkiks, od board, or to , , . .. .. n, T. WILLIAMS. itOQceston, Jan. IS, i#32. ?early her whole cargo engaged^ Vili have imme diate despatch* — -. — ? : ? Application for freighjLpf *few bates of Wool' »^iatft oli t/ un??i.' \m -'-f :'- -,':? - ?:??'? ?*? *V, , r «...« F0R LONDON DIRECT, - ? ? ? * 3SHL X- and copper » fastened - Ship ^'iR^oSei/^'? CAWii n »0«*i. Th* greater part #fchj?r Caugo fe-higi eq^g^ssh&iwill^Jiavei imt* Mediate despatch. Her accommodations for pas* * «og^« Tar*:Uttfeli 1 a»' W ensure every possible ___-^_^_ ? WM.^ALK4N&a&W. J-h«Ml*dtww«B4«iae OdCoJdoSil produce. ^Sgu'lflHE fiofe fa&t-atiiltog tpri? «*T«te,' JHP9 James LfiwfroX. Cbmrnander, BuMfryaStPttutf* £J*| posillw^iy1'*!! ! th«l first wWkirt ^fay. iVkriy the ?h,oje of the qw9, for thi^ vs«ct Is engaged, arid 7^^ i,' only rool lor a limited quantity of Wool.' ' ' Fff r fr^ignt. apply to ? — — ? ? .„— ? ii;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

? TO BE iotD BY PiJfiUfc AUCTION, j , By Ma. DuNiy, . 1 *©n the Premises, on Saturday, April 14. 1832, --v; ?'???: / '?'?'? all o'clock, .????'??*??? ? rHPHOSE Valuable Premises, situateu at -X' ther corner Krf Mr Jiihir and VViiiium 4UM:i«t near' life wtt&itYcoutiiiu'Htg 'a Jrontuge; «t 1^9 J««l in William btreet, aud 74$ l««l in' 'M. JoJiu «ireet V Particulars wttl be jaade \nown at the time ; ., ., . . : .,.,.- ,'.- -.. of »aje» ?. ,. ,«,.,, : .:?._; May tie viewed by permission iron the pro-; ?priKor, -- day t- prior to the sale;! ' . '? .m ? -;r ?????' ; '^?'?t-v -;:^-: ? ; | *r ' '?'..' *? f^\ioti;-Ai.'i' v'* '??';? ', , - ? |. ? ifV AlACHliSfcj^jui the most siujple coor Jft -ftetion, wiiT be di^obi- ' of -«'ry rVa-bn^UI|t: ^-.. eiii^er, wUeat,, oat6, ,«r;barley takea ip^»af^ ' jntat, at market prices. Applj, to . WhaH, «d April, 1632. ,: ' *«£» 'BHENDA.' nptfl£ Owuew ot -jioode- in the brig »? ikiBrenda?' «re requested lo' forward to Aii* uMdtibigned, « i^ot --: the M...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

. THE, ADVfiETlJ^fiE. -,. .-'1 ; , . . ?» 'I . ? -? ? !i si 7 . ? : The liii^GttA^ioti iQtP!#rioN.—^e never met ©fempn'8 lands for a *trjct fldherenc* to the ^i^J^}i^fe$^ iM m: *ft*y; Wok th*-I«landv fromihe highest to the lowest mem hit of society, we ha^ ^perceived a degree of Coolness, w^Bt of repergy, iDd^o.t oaf p^quently Improvidence, wli, - t- is atDftce as.ejttraor^inar? *yt is)g?^caJi, Bftd .as.repre ^sible^^trf ordi nary, tin the |B^m^t|t^|i^t^j^^ ^werobBecyertlw *bbw p^em unte Want of^^MKgj -ion ibtupat t--6f - -the people, ^iftre^Vdio feVe^qa^M'in^P^ ifchichi wight be, expected i6rooie«nd stimulate them to exertion, or to emul^ tbem io'Uose/ fcright«ctJ»tb^pet(0rmftnQe'df«rhictj5liaBStomped lag wpre confined -to private Ini ionlfrft«UoQ\&i ?cartely tilmii^nmHhe ^Vltfce dlf a%Jl^t^ Article, because everv.man 4ms a right to manage ?ilf, so lon« ae the coUfetetjoenceB of his conddct ; ?feet opjy himself, ^ujj as it happens thet,-vo , coWWqpiew^J if *«*H»r€!FBeiDt of...

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

filOaaAPHlCAt SKETCH3ES. . i XronBttVt Mmhxobk. . No. 1. BA*«. GiiET.--The name of this diBfinsaished ; . oof-ielnan Is so intimut^ly blertdnd wiih patBing «vfeni6, that every rJrrasnstdtfeei.cpnnwrted'MrikS Ilim becomes of histnricai vaiwa, and «-Kciu»Mh*: intMiPflt ^of ;|ilsi contempt »fit-» as ^nach« as- it will lieveafiterattnct the curiosit ^ of posterity. - ! ffH of little Jcbnrparaflv*»i oorisNjuence1* to oro- ; ^«de his tittes and'pwntage.in a lop^ »«tent^- *SwiB«rray. SuffieA it 10 8By,!thav Rurl GutT was txtnt jn tbe.yeair 1769, beih^he finest sort mf Sir Chwtks QriEv an eminent miluary/cftioer: who io «akly; Jife had dfetiiituishBd Hiiaselfiat tine tattle ofcMirideni anddfterwardsf iiithuimorei «tlt*nced age vat the .red action of the Pwridin W«st4nBia Islabdsv Upon ihv *loie of the; re t»lritian»ry wal inawQSjiLordiSidHocTii'raisMd ^ijChBrl^to 4he' «efiragetiby* the title of BMon Ghey,. and. when A Mtt ¥ox and torirl 6HENVii|LE came 1 Into office In i 1806; 4he: present ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

To'; Correspondents— The communications op ' En Cognito,' 'A. Public officer,' and ' W*' : .have been received.

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LAST ILLNESS AND DEATH OF JOSEPHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

LAST ILLNESS AND DEATH OF JOSEPHINE. ; (From the Albioi^ Nov. 9S.| The unhappy JoHephine had now been so long exposed to agitatirig changes, that, though iro mediately after the divorce, .she had improvd in personal appearance, tier health had 'become extremely precarious. N«-w; anxieties, In addition to the distressing events which had juf»toccun»-d,. began- to alarm her. ft was ridw the commence taent of May, «'d the appointments fixed by the tre«ty- of Fontainbleau had hot been paid; thf- distress occasioned by this very unwarrantable neglect of an obligation which ought to have been especially held sacred by the French Go vernment, will be readily conceived by the reader acquainted with JoBpehine's ttLSte and benevo lent disposition. Sometimes she would allow an ^xprpttsion of censure to escape against Napoleon, put would instantly ' retract— **'iNo, no ! he is un happy ^he must be in wan* himself— 1 will sell ihy jew--lfi and send bim money.1* About the same time she tegolyed 1...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. APRIL 4, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

LA UNCESTON ADFER TISEH; APRIL 4, 1832. The Colonists have been waiting for a length of time for the Legislative Council to assemble, for the purpose of transacting* the business so important to. the best interests of the people—the re-modelling of certain acts already Id existence which do not *'work well,' and the passing of others Which are ;poi in ejdfitence. Among the , jnimber of those which we class under the first of these heads, nire the following : — - 1st.— The spirit and harborin/r acts ^ which require to be rendered consistent witb, in stead of stultifying each other; the addition - of a clause to each, giving , the magistrates .'a discretionary power; and the repeal of '.those clauses which give half the fines to the -iafnriner, who ought only to be rewarded jas tiie magistrates may think proper. ' 2ndiy. -Tfee Dog Act wants the addition ?«f certain and divers other exemptions. ] 3dlyt— Mie Post Office Act wants putting ? CJii-ier tbe other heBd'^willjpkon— , 1st. —An ...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

\' ' niMiS^fiv. ?? ' Ma Robinson leaves this town, to-day, o \ his iiUe«dett route to the W4-*t ward, lor tl-e j; ' ; poBe of bringing in the/ Aborigines of that ?';??'» of the island. He proceeds first *o the Hflmpshu' and Surrey flill»* and' frirroXtliwi^'toOlrCalAW Head fltid Cnpe Grim, *Ut his ultimate deK tin., i tion; appears to be m\ the'wiestieMi coasu 'lg '$& direction of Marquarie Harbour and Port J^lv^. 'tHe Sloops Wj ixiam and C-*k8tTkt T« aoe r Hailed for the wreck of ,4he Buenda on Friday last; these vessels, and ihc Mw*i k is expected w(H f.rinann allibat can be saved of this ubfor. tunate vessel. . - ? - ? -? ftfe TENDEtts made fur carting the requisite Sunntlty of stonV' to complete the main rt-ad, at h& lowest Jfigu re, wilh we «ndtrttaqd *»ount to, tcyeral honjlred poaBds. -: -^ ; TireSwTmp Lawd. it is reportettj wiU-b «it 'up at the price of £9,0 an acre, thaP being the' mi - nicnunt value fixed upon by the Gov%mment. . HT this be true, we predict...

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CAPE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

CAPE -PA*^RS. one, (frp^ tbe. South ArtlipAN AdvjcktjsekX aresojnucb m point with, regard lojhe civili ^.?'^'^f ^Pl'iacks here, that we *annot omit r$\^$WbWJ*Meep receite^ rfsp^ctingthe., faJaJB«?.^) 4$*,. «m*Jl , ppji. amcmft,|he native i1ribi'Si JnnubMi'ig ^tie, vfiHt regfoiis Wjopd t^Jrofilifr Pef^d. ^B^^e, yde«jsiye f jmeawr**- B^oB^liy , wMJ$XiJn**fite# $ntWl*Jhii CoJonyiasihajiH, pily been sa\,ed from the contagion, while mea 8ures equally wise and humane are actively pur sued for arresting its progrjenB ampng the inde penrlent tribes, and for establishing; the .practice of vacillation among, them, against which, we: are httppy to learn, they entertain «o .prejudice, but on tiip cbntiarv .suhni'U to jt with jgrutitude an$[$$4fWP- , %jf{eFeo,tt|tpred;{;jh¥if-4Ir!W;tfe:e0 ol covering op those laboring under small pox, and keeping them warm in their close huts, and at once adopted Dr. Atheustone's recommends^ tion of fresh air and a free use of cold wute^ one of them remarking th...

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

MISCELLANEA. . ?MPteM % «a^facV«on pf «!*£. that several, of the anti-reform lords have signified their readi ness to accept the new reform jnenjsufe, the headfl ?l which hayeTjeeotomm^W^d'.tb them. It #i .?.t smmi: vmlbi, Wf*\ M-Mte ,'jmM icouBT Journal. .,?,. ..,.»,' , :. Tub Berlin Statl Gazktte or' the 19th Qct. iinnouncrs. thpt on the priced ing day I he con sort of Prince William of Prussia was happily de livered of a Prince at Potsdam. The curate of Villedieo, hear Rouen, has been found suspended itf his church. His hands ' were fastened together with the chains of the incense vessel, which proves that his death was not the effect of suicide. Pag akin i has made his appearance in Edinburgh, and caused there as great a sensation in the mu sical, world as in those places where be bad pie viously performed. The Rnssiun Government has conferred the de coration of St. Anne, of 'the second order, on Drs. Mussel and Barry, for their jealous and scien tific, investigations on the sub...

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LONDON FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 4 April 1832

LONDON FASHIONS FOB. NOVEMBER. FFkom La -Beile Assem blee.1 Opera Dhbsb.— A dress composed of rose colored ehatv% a low corsage finished by a lapp»l of a perfectly novel shape, which falls very fa1 over the sleeve, and is embroidered in a light running pattern in white floixe silk. The sleeve* are between the. amadh und gigtt shape. The fronts and border of the dress are embroidered en tunique in white 6»Up silk. The embroidery narrow at the waist, becomes progressively broader, and is very rich round this border. The fhtmiie.titi which falls, en ftltrinty over the bust of the dress, is trimmed with a double Tali of blood lace, set on with very little fullness ; it is fastened in front by a richly-chased dead gold brooch. A rose-colored crape hat; the crown is low and round; the brim, short at the eats and rather deep, is ornamented on the Inside with palmtttet of gause ribbon to correspond : on the outside in a blond lace drapery* which fails a little over the left side of the brim...

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HORACE T—SS. "Nervis alienis mobile ilgum." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

HORACE T ? 88. ?? ** Nervis alienis mobile ligum.' A puppeiniovpd by wires in thehaiidB of others. ii most obedient pqppet, but not over AjileJ He appeared ever anxious to perform *? his west at the biddiog of the imperious showman, Wypaf '^er. n W« .P^84#r*p fyisinejs, bpwever, feU;off,wl ;at pneej and another fhowman setting up in toe; rsamp Jhp, iBirecUr opposite Arthur's ',Howse of *haiiic&trl ^and.his paster retired .from busiaeBS mg&l^K^^mj^ seme m*-** wBft hiWM : I* to say, that Horace is belter off '^tko^itoari^araeter «--«,, than ta pofsess such en one as sticlw to his late incorrigible ' slaw ' . , JHAKQ13IS Of L — ~ ? -Y. «? Tribiis Antii^rls caput insanabile/* i {?& wlaod of, AWcjfa, in the ircV.pel&go,1 was famous for the gtiSwth of hellebore, whjch w administered,, by Quack* as well as * Regulars,'' to purge the head. Thftflbrase, therefore, so tm*\ irularly selected for *iam-- by the ^loble mar iqm^ means, ' Ar Incurable Madman ! ! ' 'T...

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"HARD HITS" FOIL TOE TORIES. THE [?] ARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

»BAaD HITS' FOR TfiB TOEIES, ^^i^^iQA(mHMI»0 W^4%MS^ : - »^ fl''i*1(N*Att.iBaiaSLT.l-ini '^ ^W^H^^ww*^ ' ? . ' ' ?????? ?

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

'-yMMiMt.. Holland and Belgium;— The ^ONSTiTUTiONEt gives a long analysis sof.Ahe military forces of Holland and Belgium ; from which it results that the effective fofcptof the foV««¥ is $$,550 men, of the latter 48,100, lierng a superiority on the part of tbfc Dutfch in the proportion of ^-to 2. The Ship JoHH,''ffduf 'Van Dieinen's Land, airived h«re laBt'pightv 6he .'caileKl at^AsfcenBioa f0V.«ef«shmentflf and Heft on the 26th vSeptembeK riaieiom7ittrao40-trBr taete was.sne ^uo^j^rcT tfthi brig, Lieut/ Slithers, which vesselhad %*&* Eobtf|ed'td)fuhfb^e^nd^i^^Be^ ^iecLp^iTOf tb'treraVrl^li- - CopttM^e'lBA^M neaUn ? prVajij *rtfi nvji^n ihe^jl6|jN left the island. the Conflict was'abouj- .to resume her btfttion oh ^he coast. The Duyap, Cominqdore H ayes, iva» at anphpi: at AspensionL-ffomfthe Sftth1 July to tfcfe 9th September.— Poutsmoutu ticaALp* ' Steam an» Steeds.-— It has been collected in evidence before a committee of the House of Com rmons, that there are now more th...

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TWENTY-THIRD OF MAY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

TWENTY-TH1HD OF MAY MEETING. The meeting at Hobart Town, on the * glorious 23d bf May, 1B31- is thus noticed by the Tidies London paper, of 22d November. L ' We have recpived a number of the Tasmania* (a Vdn Diemen's Land journal),1 dated May 28ih, giving an account of a great meeting' held by the colonists to address His Majesty on his acces sion -o the throne^ and to pray for the establish ^mehtof a rebresentadve lepisiatnre in the colon v. A great dettt of oratory was «xpeiufrd on the 6c casfon, an^ ' some of it, particiilirly seVeral harangues igainst usury, might be 'considered as thrown away. A little reflection tnight liave convinced ihe speakers that colonists, in circuHn fttfin&fs Jikte, those of V.- D. Land, jCafflJttftPtaih the loan of inonfey on*any terms wnichJjffiSprobr hr a local npgolation; may fix; and ^hWf they will not pay interest in proportion to^^^jsk^ of tbe capitalist f ttwy ctrnnot procure tf^BftmiEiccom toodatton!: :i.i'--'-sil 'Jli ?*??'.? 1.-:i'«P...

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

B10GBAPHICAL SKETCHES, , -. WWfjf*'* M«wnrai«. ;jr.- - ^-:1S9^% ? . Sift CttAftLEs , vtE^HE^LL.—U cannot TOV]fe es caped the , observbtiDn of oat, readers, fihal wp are living in times in which a strong andtinrtasbn able jealoqs| prevails «gatbst i»ur English. tDfnryer eities j anoVtbat; vniess those 'wkp h,ave »e?b pnt tured in these ancient Institutions, shall coiqefof^ ward with a seal corresponding with the entity directed agajinst them, pttr CpUe^es, and in4ee|t the whtfle BcdesIarticalieonBtitutSon will be unable by their nna«si8ted«tren|;th, to susUiin thejQselvei by the fair togoF war bejweeqbrav^ flndttteqerous combaUntSjptf je^nW^er^ ^^bej^^^l ^f ' tho«e of O^orH-a'fl^SfSjrjdge,-^ b| no doflbt of the-«8ult; Blch of 6d| fingliio. Onit*rsittes, like #e $erecynfbla of the! mtf, , could produce Its hundred sons, and f ^ff eon, * giant; whllgt'ScdflaridWust remain BstSefied'Pb, her two*i8ft»r1ah8;-the one of thp.se »lpg: plverr With^t learrtine- and the other ^l^ne ; without re...

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BENEFITS OF REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

BENEFITS' OF REFORM. For the government of an oligarchy it would substitute a national government, responsible to ,600,000 electors, every one of whom had aw in terest in domestic peace, order, and prosperity. For the interests of the/few it would substitute the interests of the many ; it would lay thea*e to the root of all monopolies, and the community no longer be compelled to enrich the Bank proprie tary by the exclusive -privileges ; nor profit the jshipping interests by the consumption of the dear and inferior timber of Canada; nor the Sast India Company, by, pacing tjoubte liie prife («|r *ea the consumer paynonthe conti«ent ; «or woq|d indus try \h impeded 4-y?-s»™4tnw which intercfPt the exchange of our maoufattBres for the \produce of Poland. ?'- - ?.'?'? Reform would destroy an aristocratic game rpde, which outrages personal rights, violates pro norU . nnH rlomnrfllifeAs: thn rnrai nnnhlfltinn. It would equalize taxation, end the redundant incomes of the great, not the wag...

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DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

DOMESTIC. Captain Goodwin returned last night from his third trip to the wreck 6F the. Btohd^ fotiie schooner Mars, and reports that mutti motet otfn not be saved of the cargoofthatTessei, she having fallen off, and damaged ttle remainder of the cargo so severely as to. render it totally valaeless. Cap(. Goodwin report* the sitaatibn of flite vessel to be truly di&tressing ; and we feel assured' from that gentleman's r«presehtatioiTB, 'that' nothing hot the indefatigable exertions that have bfeen used, could have saved even the trifling Dortfon of a once valuable cargo which has been reco vered. We ha v* heartiraany tales respecting the loss of the Brbnda, but at preKnU-deem it ad visable not to enter into Its detstls, test we might unguardedly injure some of the parties con cerned. . The agent for Lloyds, will of course, demand a full explanation, for the-satisfacUon of the underwriters ; and we hope the rockss sands, shosls, nud other impediments of Sankea' Straits may be ...

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