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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

???'??''??' IMPOUNDED AT the Public Pound, SymmonV Plains, t , ^,fey Captain Rttchie, April 3, 1838» ' l.i^rey bullock, no bhind mark visible j|yMT.0tBsoN*6 stock-keeper— ' 1 Black steer, rather loose, back quarter out of each ear* a brand on near h1pi»bt:4egible :- V Ginger steer, white back, , belly, and tail, P-j (joined) on n*»ar rump Damages claimedlls. per head. If these animals be not claimed and redeemed within tbe dm* allowed by Law, they will be sold by me, at the said Pound, on Wednesday, *tie$d day of May next, according to the Provi liens of the Impounding Act. ,': ?. ' JAMES A. YOUL, ,-...?; .',.... \. t./ . JNauodkeeper. Public Pound, Norfolk Plains, ,„,, . , ...... ... ..^.., Ajpril 9ih, 1832. IMPOUNDED, ON the 5th April instant, by Mr. John Fleming of the Vao Diemen's JUind Establishment,— Two small white pigs, the property of James Cmcary. Damages 15s. each; Poundage I si each per d»y ; . Food and water 3d. each per day. If the above animals are not. claimed and re...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. APRIL 11, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

APRIL 11, 1832. \^N The Gazette of Saturday contains a Go ^rnMent Notice, A whicU shews that the Au tb6rities have at last been persuaded to adopt a new plan, with regard to the conveyance ihfcdeeired effect of iousing regulanty and despatch, j.^he notice rims thus :— ** Sealed Tender* for the cppTpyance of the mails from Bobart Town to L&tfot&stoo, Hudlrom ;; Laancpston to. Hobart Xo/n, for t we Ire mopths commeocing wie second of Jane next, despatohipff the mails froro the rte«|/ectlve towns at « p. m. Oil awry Satflrday and Wednesday, wi|t be received at thfs office «qtH T$vt$j$j Ibejfiwt daj of May «p&, at 12o'-rfpck, vlie* tfte- *ill be '.opened And the lowest tenderihf approved) accepted. TM^i8tanc- will b« divided ^to three tteik* eiM* way, namely. from.Hobart Tfowp to JerlcBo, ttoA Jcricto to Campbell f own, and from Camp M^oWn to taoiuieBtbfa, and tfte reVerae. Sepa rate tender* are redaesteti Tor *acti fitage, but jap objection will exlht io one tnd...

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THE BILL'S EPITACH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

: ; '^/ji^^iiiMm -K, ?? -\ .' Here^ejpopr PM^mSl^^i^/-' ' ?&».lgiajMSi&-ISSiyak^ JD»t « tiVTf omffl^^II'd-^dfidj toib veroict— ?? uiea oi_oon*onie«t. ' firtcl«k^wifch^&iliy-,'^Caix JWfthB»ft aiBiH^rhbs* itowerCin^tVe ¥«iroJdear tleafl-a^rW^^W irtre, ^d^HiBsplteeaChiwy'Wdfiit- ' ' i 6o^re!te^#*«l.^t4i^'«^^#U^ i ? -J'Sif t*''?'.' f.T'.'f5 ('-''.ft ' f* ' ?' ;'«?' .' .''? ?'' '..i.'': \' ??.? Street, Lajinceston. , . ^?'^'*f ;,v - fernttt'. or they mil not m attended tQ.-nAU orders to.4irtA»» , *iDue,#lH be undeMWd^rtfeWbgUo t^\)dbTtWqjArt«; II**oioim-T ADVXBruiitiNTS will be continued until &Jtao$»*« awdtd, nnlMgtbe number of iniertioni b« marked tfcor»en.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

[?] To the Sditor oiF the Xavncestox knwB&rass.Ji ?'eli ..*?*-. .- . ?.. .- - -.* ? v --- *- - a ? '^^'\»' V ^????^ '«? ??? ??^????- ???-.? r'-' - t!&»\ ,, - Mf^. SpENCEE haying in your paper ofjast ^«3C» i-W«Wj» BW Pf* vncojkvtegm apd inqnUiog Wfti8Rm9flw»B' jo «.wwii ? Wat w»p»^: mtm- perwp «oB|a^'fo«nd to defender. Be Yilli En's charapt«r;tv (which I am unconscipps ofihavlng. in! ffee leoBt degree aspersed) than ope; wh,o^e con duct in the ^IFjair. will appear by.itMifettofr^g! acts, any otb^er than creditable, i ,; „ ,.-,(,, ! On Mr. De Villiers' arrlyalTiere, in 'the Nereu% he offered six pipes of wine for sale, at £1 5 per pipe, subject to the ad valorem flat y ; and he commissioned me to sell those be haji at Sydney, attnat.price, which he. promised to for ward by the first vessel. 1 took some pains to in trpdHCfi.,theiii¥ine,'and ?ffepted sales of several pipes, of whifehsaieflj I Informed Mr. Dj? Vil lieus, in ihe hearing of Mr. SpENC?a, A feW days afterward...

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"PLAINT OF THE OLD MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

'*» PtAWr OF tHfi OED MM.' Some boagt of tbeir-ftf-lath«r#— I— I have notflfte^ I am, 1 think (like; Joshua) The son -of noftf / Heedless io yonth, we little tiote ? ' Howrduick H me narsdi, For then flows to-r-wine-not sand InwitrcTaBJWs! ?? '\ .-???-- ^;' - ? ? j ? '?''*??* -. ??i'« ? '?- ,i . . - ? ?? ! ?? Rieb friends (most poor in honor) all have, Atd Sopaef^irjftter; .?-.-??=? rif;.— -^ *.:?' Piiha I^hadt t|ey, lod.U'JtSpicea, they-4«ot »e . ? A D-tmeg.x™-j'-T-/ ? ? .' .i ,*????' ?? ?? l'vetieilher-;hicknorchHd,asIhave'eof1iibjr,'why »Tislao!cyi«th«^! ^ot^SI Y«t who that hears a Equalling babe thrt Irishes , Brtsk bb a ^ony4-pr a Hwyer'a clerk ? ; 1 ... - Just fresh Tw»ov Gr^V^n t ? What am I now ? week, old, and poor, and fw l?liei»ferlshfotod: ' ' . ^ ' ; Their jxsree keep me, while tnany tn aijB -»]oys i - ?? . : The parish p«.»tfl ???' -^ -?? 'T'-'w^v

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PORT OF LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

POUT OF LAUNqEjSTON. We have so frequently bad Occasion to mention the shameful want of proper convenience in the river Taraar, thai the subject is almost becknled out of aH -'ilfe Interest/ Nevertheless, its tmport anue is ijndiaJinifihed, and weTteBffnot strfftr fresh itiRtjmc.pfi ef the evils arisiog ifrojn the neglect iof thp Governmebt, id puss !w itlioiit fresh coimueiit. we hives little nope that the. authorities will take ; : the sUghestioo^Ce of #ur, fftleiio the wlay of pro viding the tequisite remedy. ?_ ' , ' iSie^Fcr^aitlS tlie Socrates, now in the har bor, bpth/rouY EjpjjUlid^thisriihrt dirsct^ Jwilh merchandize, happened, ,to fail in 'company just, afiei'ihi *pr%i& $yeP*«d *€irctrfar %fea|d. Being apDrjghpnsiveahat /#-j«*ft-a wpufd.not \\* ' 'tirdctftatffe'Wtfcbfge't'pwri', there was - something like a race between the^wo; vessel*. Tbe SeCRA ' tes bkopfcried to dome in * little before the other ' and of course ^^m-wMjf-fimVtmth^ To«nt who. brought -her up; ft-...

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"OUR PAGR OF POLITICS" [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

«*OrjR ?AGB OF VOUtm^ Vton ihp Pinioin* MtaAHint. - 'Oca PAO^T»r..P.qiiitic^?^Why JBtlie fiDia ,mond v not *» jmV£ if*;il|tUe ^tge of politics ? : Reform, ^^heTo^ i»^^$M-' *l%iW .«*?¥. Vto be tnpdtned or BwaJ^owed whole, we leave all to fhe legislative wisdom of parliament-^at verity the cradle of reforin has been rocked, like that of the V«J^iao babe, by me elemetit*. ^The ,child of tthje Morm, ft h%S epdoreti all weather jor rather W^thcr-Bll. Jts lolUb- was often the jraven v,oice of tbeCrofcer, afelieved only by the qotes of tne,3H?oaw-ly. JBe-^oighted,- ddnbly til Bughes'd,thrnst^aBt:Baru-gytQtheW«lWHuHted to Seath-r-perched by Swtet fever^tff^rf by Rttss^UrHthea l?«erdr-thenitO6sM upon the Ban^as —first ek-H»medr U»eq Sb4e kfed-^coddled by the 5u« -dashed PsauiH^iP^/~bBited by the Ball —the pet of the Tinttt— yet the hated of -Hie Agt — pic k-a -back ;W. kit ih« Qmtier^-ftontxA by the Standard— uphefd: by ihfr-^a»— finding rest nei ther by n)ornuig{£Qr by evening; nor a rlowea...

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PRICE OF GRAIN. LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

PRICE OF GRAIN. ' LAOKCESTON. -y ??',-.? ? ' ? ? ? ? ??. d. ??? ?; a. s i ,*«; Wheat, .....,* ? 4;6 to 4 : 9?- - ,.r. Barley, .„, ? 4-6^- 5:0 .^ Oat«r;....t/ ? „.. « : «. r- «.:«.. ; 4Flourt (best) per cwt 16s.— Ditto (seconds) Us. -,,,c . . » flteali 12s, perewt. a * ? ; HOBART TOWS, ,...-? ? .-? ,:*.- ... ?? ?«?. Wbe«t» ^«i.-.^.-.....^» 5 : 6 ^ Bftrt^ .....„.«..., ? 4 : 0 ,,., Oats^,,,.,. .................. 0. : 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

l2f* ^fiL^ b° Ship* !***'**fi«8 AOODSTA, ^A^fmr w»prfiW^^!w^*Hria ;&* r' foalieS©! ^^oi^rl/kSWiemiiinrs'h^MTY. Sb6 ba*the %MSt#ip tiSdttiotis^ft? Paei^^rti, aod taMee a&irjreoiK .£'??,-? ??*??! ???*;? ?- : . ?? . - .-' -v^Tr'f.« :.'?£:.? r .-«?;;?*, -v a:/ »T. WllLllAMS. .?ifciur«^tooi Jan. 12, 1B5S. ';/~ ?? ' ?' ; \S°''. ? t:'--y\ -Ai I'. i ./ '. .?.;-.- Xi. ?'? .,.', ' - — .jj' .'-'??? ? !. ?ilffiiBliW 6pe fast^litfg coppered *99H* JV- . ? flpcl 3 , yOjpptiX '/Iptf^iff^' Snip ._ , ? '-lirr,,i:ii»-T/i.XO-| ? Full TAJNIffflg . ^KKtjJj | '^SJkMllO sail iCMk^fow days, the schooner 3Htti *: ..c-^^.^'^^f freight or «|». of -dl^r . .. \; .. ? r , ?.-?? ,^£b I-r AS ' tjieiil'/i yoryrdshtw Paw-ge apply to the Captain on fi^p^» y^y»f^#ij.-i;d any . .?-*! ? ?;' . v.j r .'. ? . ? ? ?? ? » .» # v' ? « . Iff R SHERWJN, (of the late firm of *'» Cot)» ^t-SasR|ri^,^begs leave to in timate to t^e Ihlblfc; AatV in «M»seqoence of Ihe iaaiented decease ,af;btfUtf m*J»er* Jl1^ -^°S» \he...

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WRITTEN FOR THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

[?] ^ Vttt^^Lt* oF,pAfitY Spirit.— Fiom time'im^ memoriaitoAhe present day, all men bf W^ni have agreed the;t parly splra-in political BflfairJie it cantiqtffldjany.good^ indainjuripusv .beeauBe1 it ** A house divided against itself, carinot starioY'] raod' a state lorn by internal 'AiBcp^A.'ahd ^hej more solid a founddtib^ ' The^^lnf^ %f ^4^ nation jsfaSte, ua^imj^.p^^epeopj?.!, & man alon'e has! butatttle 'ko bbast 'off-bHao1 aViiial gneater ; but in a statfe ©faocial union wtth^ls «reatm^es, reigni^gjthe^rd of the creation. But i'or this principle iu the social compact— this ac quired streugth derived from (lie associaMonjOf our species, none would he safe either in person! or property. The strong man would prey upon him who was the weaker, and would in his turn' become, the prey of a stronger than he. put when men are connected in the bonds of social ndioti, each .member delves the strength of, the, whole bqdyj and is thus protected against' the aggression of any other. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

:' ' nOBARTTOWN: . JW.W, f*0'1'^* M?« _o,fthe Independent Cha ':: 'ft BPlAPiButo ' Jay;thefpllowin^8tatenient;of tb?ir 'Finances before, the public i— ' ^rapjnt of. Contracts entered Into for purchase * * oT^'riSaiid, ^lasonj^ ^Erifjtlayere. Plasterers, Car |»?iitfrs am! io'inirs*' worlij ' T.7. £1569 7 4 'Afin'oiiuL of Subscription ,£101Q 16 8 qf; Which has -been ree$. 825 16 8 ' Still to be collected, . . 189 0 0 '- ? ? ? ? *?- ???? * ? ;? o , -1044-16 8 , t leaving, a, deficiency, off 554 JO 8 . £1569 7 4 The Committee desire to express their grateful acknowledgment for fhe support the interest has received, aud earnestly request tfye continued as. distance of the frjjeads to the cause and tbe public nt large towards the completion of the undertak ? ?kL,._,^..,,^..i.~., ? -?-,- ,.*--,-?... Subscriptions will be received by Mr. Hopkins, Tr^aisurcr. '* Launcestori^rit the office of the Launceston Advertiser, and by Mr. James Corbett, . Jiojpmoqger. Ufjper; Clyde— Captain, Clarke. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

- -'?? TOBBfcET. r; '*Anii may 8t; EireEBfep ©jf iMMHediA'TEtir, 4 LL that de^^le FA^M -Afled COR ?*%? MJSTpN, situate on, the west bank of Ihe Utter Tamar» within foujjmijes pi Lauuceston, consisting of £,000 Acres^f M»|CBUfot land, SDO ,*S»*f whifh are »t praentjo * *'«' «tfte ,of cultivation ;— lti*re are four paddocks of Iw Acres each, $1 almost the whole is fenced in, and a sufficient quantity of stuff Split for completing the outside line.- Aleo, a Gaideo and Orchard of about five Acres, well stocked with Fruit Trees; 25 Working Bullocks, nnd Panning implements of every description, and. about 160 Bead -of Cat* lle,*40 of tneCdws broke in to milk, A DWELL }^& «00,Sfl, consisting of « Rooms, -with, de tached Kitchen, Servants' Room, Wash-house, Dairy, atidSiabjp,fl-H in thorough repair. Also, an excellent Barn, Gnrnaty, and House for the Farm servants. ? .?:?'?'-?-?? ' Th*- f enaht fan *av*.the vrbtfle of the Fwni tore at present in the «ouse (which is of the very best ...

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FROM, THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

FHOMTHE HOB A»JU TOWN GAZETTE, ?' '^Saturday. April 8, 1832. DUNCAN MGREGOR. per Richmond, has been deprived of hs Ticket-of-Leate. for improper conduct. FREE— Jamps Irving. Wo»dmBii— Jffary Edwards. Providence— Mm y Sullivan. Ditto— Mary Watson. Ditto— Ami M Ken«i,e Ditto— Uriah Virar. Earl St Vineoat— George Smith. Bjtto J»hn Williams. Ditto — James Carjr, Wopdford — Geojj» ThompEon. William MiW. ' ' TICK.ETS-OP-LEAVE— Reufcen Lavender. Albion— Darby. Asia — Mulacbj Braibrd Asia 2— Jobn Tonka. Ditto— Mhomas Dowdall. Aodroraoda— Ann Pope Brother*— «lvest«rlmsh. Calcutta— John Avefj. Ditto— Thomas MMenomy. alias . MMemony. Cal--donia 1— Edward Thomns, Claod(ne— Wil- liamDamWeton. Caledonia 1— Thomas Rigby. Ditto— Henry Wliiti'.. Compejitor-J. SioitH. Commodore Hayes— James Lowndes. Ditto— Richard Hays. Ditto— J»m«* Edward Par ker. Earl St. Vinceut— John Couling. Ouildfbro— .James Peannan; Governor Ready— Thomas Richardson Ditto — Edward Bland. Ditto— William RScbardi. Ditto— Richard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

SHEEP FARM TO LET. TO BE LET* on such terms as may be agreed upon, an eligible Sheep Farm, about 20 miles from Launceston, consisting of 2560 acres, with a river frontage, and comprising a portion of excellent arable laud, having the adfigtagepf a good road to town. For'Tnrther particular*) enquire at the office of this paper. Laonceston, March 27, 1882. _ '_ . NORFOLK PLAINS. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. A GENTEEL RESIDENCE situated in -*»? tfce township of Longford opposite the - church, consisting «f eeven rooms, with kitchen, , stable, out-houfitylcc, ; likewise a Garden of one acre, stocked with fruit trees* ., Trase premises, IfneceBsaMf, may be converted t into in Inn or Store : a good opening for either' offering itself at the present time. T*rms very reasonable. , .... ; . . ? Likewise a number of milch cows, working bollocks, and some good brood mates and horses. Apply toMr.F. S.Crawley, Norfolk Plains. 23rd March, 1832. '' TO LET, FOR tHREE YEARS. 4 VERY eligible Farm of...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, APRIL 11, 1832. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 April 1832

Shipping LAUNCESTON April 11, 1832   On the 6th, the brig "Socrates" Captain Gibbons, and merchandise. Passengers- Mr and Mrs. Henty; John Hills, (servants to Mr. Henty,) P Nugent and Bell, and Mrs. West. 57 men, women, and children, landed at Circular Head. Passengers from Circular Head- Mr.Curr, and two servants, and Mr. Hillier and Mr. Hutchinson. 'Same day, Hie schooner 'Helen,' Lt, FressirtlH, tender to H, M. S, *? Sulphur,' from Swan Riv«r, in search ol the latter, which 6ailed from Hobirt Town a few days since. Yesterday, the schooner ' Mars,' from Uie wreck of the '♦ Bfenda.' . : Retnaining in the Tamar— Princess Augusta, E\$M beth, Research, Forth, and Nereus— barques ; Yare, and Soerates— brigs 4 Prince liegenl, Farewell, Re solution, Helen, and M.ars--scboooers. HOBART TOWN, APRIL 8, 1832. ARRIVED. ' ? On the 1st, the barque ' Norfolk,' Captain Henni ker, from Sydney. On the 2d, the sltip 'Royal Admiral,' Captain. Fptheringham, from PortsmoutU 27th November, ...

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MISCELLANEA, [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1832

MISCELLANEA, Lieutenant-Colonel Galinbo, Governor of Poten, in Central America, has discovered the ruins of an extensive city, called PaleOqOe, fchfch extends for more than 20 miles along the summit . of the ridge which separates the country of the wild Maya Indians (included in the district of Poten) from the state of Chiapas. These, in :the words of the discoverer, writing to the LiTfcUARY Gazktte, ' must anciently have embraced a city and its suburbs. The principal buildings are erected on the most prominent heights, and to several of them, if not to all, stairs were con structed. 'The hollows beneath, the steps,/ as well as all the vestiges which time has' left, are wholly of stone afid plaster.' Miserable State of Literary M-en Last Century.— Johnson tamp up to London precisely at a time when the condition of a man of letters whs roost miserable and degraded. It wasadark: night between two suunyidays. The age of Maece nases had passed away ; the age of general curi osity Bnd in...

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CONSTITUTION OF THE LONDON TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1832

CONSTITOTkoN OF THE LONDON TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. - -??*? ' We whose names are subscribed, believing that intemperance and it? attendant evils are pro* mated by existing habits and opinions,: in regard to the use of intoxicating liquors, and i that deci sive measures for effecting a reformation are indis pensible, do voluntarily agree, to abstain entirely from the use of ardent spirits, except for medici nal purposes ; and although the moderate use of other liquors is not excluded, yet as the promo* tion of Temperance in every form is the specific design of the Society, it is understood tbat excess in these necessarily excludes from membership.'

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. No 3. SIR THOS. DENMAN, ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1832

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES. No 3. , SIR THOS. DENMAN, ATTORNEY-GENERAL. It is a happy feature of our mixed constitution, that it leaves open the door of honor to all ranks and conditions of life, and thus at once excites and rewards talents, and, in a public and political point of view, lessens the envy with which men are naturally disposed to view inaccessible dis tinctions. Sir Thomas Denman is en example of the happy effect of this character of our constitution. He owes his eminent situation to hi6 talent and in dustry. As far, indeed, as secondary cause* are concerned, he is sole architect of his nvn fnrrnne. , Sir Thomas Denman was born in the year 1779. Be was the son of, Dr. Denraan, an eminent phy sician, who, in his peculiar line, arrived at great wealth and reputation. He was buried at St. James's Church, where, affixed to one of the columns in the principal aislet may be seen a marble tablet erected to his memory. jHewafrin great practice at Court, and in the fashionable . cir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1832

FOR BOBART TOWN. jSfily; FMIHE schooner Mars, will sail for , w&mF J[ the above Port in a few days. For Freight or Passage, apply to Mr. Hay, on board. Launceston, 1 2th April, 1832, ' WANTED. BY a Single Mao, a situation as Working O verseer. The advertiser understands the management of stock; and will be found1 . fully competent to all the duties of an agricHltural Farm. Good testimonials can be given. Reference 'to be inade to the office of this paper. ?: TO TAILORS, WANTED, where Constant Employ ment will be given, a Goad Tailor. , As wages will be liberal none need apply who is not a complete Master of his Business. Apply at the Store of Mr. James Houghton, Norfolk Plains. ? , ? \. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION* By J. -2. Underwood, * t)n the Premises of W. Walkinshaw, Esq. on Wednesday the 26th -Inst., at Twelve o'clock, without reserve. HODSEJJOLP FURNITURE, *on - sisling of side-board, chairs, tables, waidvobcs, Chests of diawers, bedsteads, carpets, . gln^ and crockery war...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 April 1832

To CoRiiEspoNjjfcNTS.— ?« MV \p\tet to us need not be inserted, as the ' Courier' had done! him justice.

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