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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

SHIP J^^ NEWS. ARRIVED IX IIOBAM TOWN. On Sunday— The ship Georgiana Capt. Thomp son, from Sydney, J2tb inst, with a cargo consist intof slops,cedar, wine, haberdashery&c. Passen gers— Liout. Sweeny, 49 rank and file, 2 women and 3 children, of the 40th Regt. Capt. Bayly, Lieut. Grove, 31 rank and file, 4 women and o children, of the 63rd Regt. Same Da*— the barque Pyremu$, Capt James Eldek, from Sydney the 8th inst. withsundri«, for W.' Wilson, C. M'Lachian, Jas. Grant. Chief Justice Pedder, Re». W. Bedford and Jai. Hackett, and a variety of colonial produce, consigned to London. PassenRers-^Dr.M'Kay, Mr. Bolton.Bnd ?errant, Mrs. Jackson, £aul Carngan,andJ;Agar. On Tuesday— The snip Ca^v Bareaiod, from London Sflth March, with 207 Male Prisoner*, and aboard of the 40th Regt. SurA Sunt. Dr. Francis. Passen*era-Capt , Boyd, (Deputy Sur veyor General) lady and child and Lieut Ellis. SAILED FIIOM MOBABT TOW*.' On Friday— The Ffctffa Capt. STEniEWSOtf, for Sydney, Passengers— Me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

? ...;/.;'? :: M^i6N6jifpe^ Jl.:\ .''7 ^pH€l undersigned- hereby ^kefftJo'Jicfi ' 4' tfc^tjirfiis Itit^rtiidn toW^tjTj to thfc ^tipVpinfe Court for tettere of adiriifiistratfeh to the es'laie «nd effects ofJUr,/.AME£ Ash, late of the town or Xaunceston.; deceased, shd also reuoosts that ail those.who.have claims upon the- said estate will furnish tfcm |y|tjier to himself ^r toJIkC. Simpson JSsq. witliiu onempijtblrWlWM.rfuJje.. ;?:? , ,. :??- ... ,':..;-i !.,?,£?-- -..u flMOTHY'IULSri ,Jnlf,g7th,;iB2& /H: L-T-; »y ..,. , ?-?? v ?;? ? ':]'?'? ' '_? ?',' Public JNolict. ? ??'-? - rphe Public art. fa^b^ oaUUondljkiiA tp 'JfL trespass upon roy farm, *ejtli£r by feeding «il!%*#Mg *V$t STtiq any .olher-iwflneh mrosf CUlfd to the Utmost riEouroUhelaiy. it-is bounded qi- the #. JS. by iarid belonging to 41* Landell and Mr. Bough, on {lie & , -V. by Ute ipunpesloH new road, on the .North by landlo- catt'O to John Warne, and - on jth.e Soujb by Mr. ReibejYlahd: it extends ifrp...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

LAVNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the. .arrows of those, who are interested in preventing the -Bgis of truth fr«m confronting and dissipating their power. ?' What we liearof their hardships, their tortures and eroans, Is almost enough to draw pity from stones.' CtLVStTY is so generally reprobated, even to the animal creation, ;that it need only to be stated, in order to cover the perpetator with shame and disgrace. Yet we daily see «t heftaf of persons cruelly treating their as signed servants, and no voice raises itself on their behalf, and their very cries end groans, although caused by torture the most, intense are very often made a subjeot of mer riment. Now we ask out renders to pause a moment, those of them in particular who are in the habit of bringing their assigned sen-ants before the Police and causing them to be o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

CORNWALL BANK A MEETING of the Proprietor* will be J\. held on the 20/* of hufmit next. a£ the Bank Office, for the purpose of electing a Director in the room of P. A. MuLoiUvk Esft. resigned.. Gentlemen desirous of offering themselves as Candidates are requeued to signify their wish to theSecretary, on or befo« the abo^ jtat^ Secretary. August 1st, 1829. WANTED, A TALLOW CHANDLER, ' who has a thorough knowledge or his business. As liberal wages will be given, none need apply ft ho arc not fully competent to the undertaking. Letters addressed to A. B. to be left at the office of this paper will be attended to. Launceston, 1st August, 1829. ? ~ CHEAP TEA AND TOBACCO. TO dose a ' consignment the undersigned offers for sale a few chests of superior new Hyson-skin Tea, by (hn stogie chest, at £4 10s. each for cash ; also, afrw kegs of most superior Negro-head Tobacco in bond.' J. II. REIBEY. August 3rd, 1829.

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. * The undermentioned have obtained Tickets of leave :— Matthew Dobcr, Austin M'GuHney, William Vi ner, William M'Lachlan, John Moon, Emanuel Lyons, William Lourtd, James Gray, William Sale Smith, James Archibald, James Frome, Jolin Wakeman, Jonathan Elsom, Charlotte, the wife of John Barton, Michael. alias John Riellv. Daniel Evans, John Gallaga, alias Peter Taj lor, alias Ed ward King, alias Peter Gallaga, alias Peter King alias John West, John Tilling, Enoch Foster, Tho mas Bairnes, EdwardJackson, James Revel.James woodward*, Daniel Dillon, James Tomer Vincent, Charles Leaver, John Chilton, John Middlecot, Henry Worms, John Richmond, Samuel Hite, Robert Mason, Jemima Champion, Elizabeth Pas roe, Thomas Morris, Thomas Youngj John Plura mer,Sarah Roberts, Ann Prince, John Wclls,6ami; Kicketts, Thomas Martin, John Foster. The undermentioned have obtained Certificates of Freedom :— , James Daniels, William Barker, George Fellows, John Balls, the younger,...

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THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

THE REVENUE. [ Prpm the official publication of (axes we find «-at the enormous sum of £42,020 7s. 1 Id. was ™'ed lust year, at the same time the extraordi nary resources yielded nearly £ 4.000, making a 'Hal fn round numbers of 146,000, auct this raised upon a free population of about 14,000 we persons, at least one third of which are chil °fen. The number of ta* payers from thii and in « Mrta'D causes don not araouut to more than 10,000, therefore each adult free individual (the »voored few excepted) pay about £4 10s of Jwlytax; and for what? Why, to iupport in iP'endour the fortunate pl**c%etting few. i Receipts for 1826i Ordinary revenue £32.093, Extra do. £2,083, Loans for Commissariut £19,217, making a total of £53,394. Disbursements for 1896. . fleeeipts 453.394, Disbursed £ 60,806, Balance of 1826 £2,588, Left in 1825 £235, Carried over to 1827 428,23. ? ? . — - Receipts for 1827. BalRnce from 1826 £2,823, Ordinary revenue £30,587, Extra ditto £3,359, Loans from Com misfaria...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

Desirable opportunity for Investment of Capital- ?????? THAT eeniVicaHy situated,; l$rgffr coni-, nioHious house, well known as t*e B^ACK: BULL INN, lxing in the main thoroughfare,^! this town, situate at the corner of Charles and Brisbane Street*, ihfemost eligible plecp,. either for wholesftte «r retail trade, will he lei for, one ?r two ypars, or ilie present lease (two years of which are wtiexpircd) will be transferred at the option of the party edging. n y For parlicniars, apply *o Mr. ROBERT HAY MARK, on the premises. ? ? DISfEXSAftY. MR. THOMAS LAND ALL,' Surgeon, bees to inform the Inhabitants of Launces ton and its Vicinity, Ibat he. has °P.e,nedHhls ?IS' pensaiy in Clmrlcs Street, opposite Mr. Hull*. P Being provided with a good supply of genuine Medicines, the I'ublic may roly \-n the strictest iVntion Ving paid to the compounding .and, ranking up of Prescriptions, being.duly qualified; for that purpose. ? .??.'.. .?.,?.;????. ?. Mr. Lk-DALL*!!! be in attendance eyery mor...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

ENGLISH NEWS. The King was to take up his residence in Lon don for some time in order to be near his Ministers during the important discussions that we're ex* peeled to take place in the early part of the Sessions A squadron ' was fitting out at lisbbn to bring the Island of Torceira under subjection, bud thence :o proceed to Madeira, where it was thought the Constitutionalists were preparing to throw off the yoke. Bolh the Russian aud Turkish troops engaged in the late campaign, have suffered much from typhus fever. A. commercial treaty is negotiating between the United States of America aud the l'orte. The town of Flushing has been declared a free port similar to Amsterdam. Don Miguel is itegociating a loan in Paris, i* he can, if not in Loudou, for aboot 25 millions of lraucs.. The Duke of Wdliugtou has ueen appointed by Letters Patent, Constable of the Cattle of Dob. lin, and Warden and Keeper of the Cio^ue Ports; A f rand installation of theKnighti Companions of the Bath, was t...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 3 August 1829

POLICE INTELLIGENCE* m . — ooo — I July 27th:— James Butler, for neglect of I duty reprimanded. Martha Banks, grossly I abusing and urging men to assault the con I etablesf no jTosecutor appearing:, charge I dismissed. Thos. Brown, sabbath break. I ing, in chopping wood tin the Lord's day, ? reDrimandea. . ? gf-(h— John Phillips, repeatedly absent ? ing himself from the Government mill, of I which he had charge, 3 months chain gang. ? Richard Heaney, for harbouring £ convicts, fined 20 dollars for each. Edward Bryan, harbouring Henry Barlow, an assigned serv ant to Wm. Barnes, Esq. on the 16th July, to pay a 'fine of 10 dollars,. tf This person ar rived from Sydney, and asked the man at the wharf if.be would convey his luggage to his lodgings, to which he acceded, end he was in consequence fined. . :.,,-, 30th. — John Phillips, having in his pos session a quantity . of hops, ? for which lie could not satisfactorily account,, to work in the chain gang IS month* . Thos. Wratten, assig...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

SHIP^^, NEWS. ARHIVED IN THIS POET. On the 9th,— The Resolution, Cnpt. Young, from Sydney, with a cargo of sundries. Passeo* gers,— Charles Bradbury, J. Taggartand J. John eon. She had a boiUerous passage of 4 weeks. The Belle is reported to be in the river. The Darling hits been seized at Sydney on a charge «f smuggling. ARRIVED IN I1OBAIIT TOWN. On the 1st— The brigAmr%s/,Capt. Coulthard, from Liverpool, 23rd March, with a general cargo of merchandize, principally consigned to Sydney. Passengers — Cajit, Seaiey, lady and child, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan, Dr. Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Lake and 2 children, Mrs. Kingsmile and child, Messrs. Staples, Perry, Powel and Elmsley. On the 7th— The brig Lion, Capt. M'Leod, from London 13th April with goods. Passengers Mr. John Robertson, and 1 Messrs. Lord, sons of E. Lord, Esq. The Catholic relief bill had passed the House of Commons on the 30th March, major ity 178. The Wanstead had arrived. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

Twenty Dollars Reward. ' 1H M-*y ta*'- *wo armfid men took forcibly; from the Supply Mills a large-boat (generally kriotyn by the name of the Marp Ann.) .1 -hereby i »ffer the above reward to any person who! .will return the said boat to the Mills or launces-1 ion. And any person giving such information as ' will lead to the discovery of the boat shall re ceive TBN DOLLARS. A. BEVEIUDGB. Launceston, August Olh, 1822. Caution. ALL PERSONS are hereby eautiontd ,again«t grazing stock, felling timber, or otherwise trespassing on that tract of land lately adrertized by Government as Lot No. 25, and bounded by the farms of Messrs. Halston, KTEEfBs, Mo Donald und Hill; ns also en the td joining farm of Gaodmtod', both th« properly of ,the undersigned. Delinquents after this Notice will be prosecu. ted according to lair LEWIS WILLIAM G1LLES. Goodwood, ... AuguttAth, 1819. TOOR Sateat the Storeiof Messrs, REEP W* & DUNCAN, a quantity of Mtadpw FESOJJE SEED, Uie ferowth of last year. ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1829. It is \\w public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the .lSgis of truth from confronting aud dissipating their power. * The English are pre-eminently styled by Foreigners a Nation of Politicians from the great desire they manifest to discuss politics, even in private and convivial parties; the subject is nevertheless far too intricate for common debate, and involves matters which require such a source of information'to pe netrate ioto, and form a determination of the merits or demerits of, as few individuals possess. And this proposition was never more fully exemplified than by one of our contemporaries, who thus observes. — '* But should our list turn out correct, as we have every reason to suppose it will, upnn the whole tee do not see that our fellowcolo ixisfs generally, can offer any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ALL persons having claims against the estate of Mr. Thomas Underwood of Laun cpston, are requested to furnish the undersigued (Trustees tor the Estate) with their accounts, on or before the 1st September next, funds being uow realized to make a dividend as soon as the trust-deed is signed, and the claims are adjusted. T.G.SIMPSON. TUOS. SCOTT. X&uncpston, August 3rd, 1820. Ten Pounds Reward. ON Saturday night last, some person or persons maliciously destroyed a cart, my property, at my farm, adjoining Mr, W.Barnes' farm on the river Ttuiar, by burning the wheels, and conveying away the iron work ; as also four chains and two pair of bows, and two yokes. The above reward will be paid by me to any person giving such information as will lead to the detection Ol llie ufTcutKr or oflfonifors. ° WILLIAM FIELD. Launceston, August 10th, 1839.

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. The undermentioned have obtained Certificates of Freedom : — . James Petteson Clayton, Robert Winn, Samp son Phillips, John Thoruley, Moscb Symons. and Charles Parish. Col. Dumaresq is arrived, and brings die much-looked-for warrant. There is much whispe.ing at Government-house, but what it^is etl about, we have not been able to divine. A Gentleman was seen going from door to door, with a large roll of parchment ; quere— is this a counter address.— -Sydney Monitor. On Wednesday last, a grand farewell dinner was given to V. A. Mulgravu, Esq., at which were present only twenty-six persons. The present, system of exclusion will, prevent this Island from rising to that important .station, to which by na ture aud the strenuous .exertions of the people, she ought to possesl. This puerile paltry unir't ought to be checked, particularly by those whose informed minds cannot but see its mischievonq efleets. Who ore these pure Merinos} TV].*i they undoubtedly are...

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SUNG BY THE WIFE OF A JAPANESE Who had accompanied the Russians to their country. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

MMO BY THE WffB OF A JAPANESE, Wfohti actompanititht Runiant to their conntry. I look through the mist and I see thee dot Are thy home add thy lore so soon forgot ? Sadly closes the weary day, , And still thy bark is far away ! The tents are ready, the mats are spread, The Saranna is plucked for thee. Alas I what fate has thy baidare led So far from thy home and me? - Has my bower no longer charms for thee? Where the purple jessamines twine Hound the stately, spreading, cedar tree, And rest in its arms so tenderly, 46 1 have reposed in thine. In win haw I found die Sea.parrot s nest, And robbed oF its plumes the glittering breast, The mantle with varied hues to adorn :— Thou hast left me watchful and forlorn. ? ? . ? ? ? * ? ' ? She stood on the beach all the slarlwnight, But nought appeared to her eager stgbt ; No mart on its bosom the ocean bore, And ho whom she lowed returned no more : ? Tor the strangers came from the icy north, I And their wofdB and their gifts had won him fort...

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LUCK IN BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

LUCK IN BATTLE. (From the Washington Journal.') ? Cobe Scout was sleeping in his tent, when tl.e groans of the dyiiiij around him broke his slum bers. Not a shot lind been fired. The enemy, with murderous precision, were working- with the bayonet. He seized a sword in* the confusion of the scene, and rushed out of the the tent. His comrades, overcome by numbers, thrown into disorder by thealtuck, were hastening in crowds - , towards a fence in the rear of the encampment^ over which to escape into the woods. The firing now began; und (he cavalry were galloping among them, trampling them down by dozens. The rush at the fence was dreadful. Whoever .,: fell, fell to rise no more, for the horses' feet com pleted their destruction. As Cobe was making his way to the fence a British horseman raised his sword tocleave our hero to the ground, .but Cobe ;-— -? was before him. 'He caught the blow upon his sword, and before the trooper could repeat it, a ^ lucky shot, whether from friend or foe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

CORNWALL PAJtfK, A MEETING of the Proprietors will be JIl held on theSOJfc qf A-ugmt next, at the Bank Office, for the purpose oMectinga Director in the room of P. A. Mummlavk Eso.. resigned. Gentlemen desirous of offering themselves «s Candidates are requested to signify their wish to the Secretary, on or before tke above dBte. ? J JAMES RANKIN, Secretary. August let, I8»p. i Q?$f-ENS4R*. IVf R THOMAS LANDALL, Surgeon, lTX bees to inform the Inhabitants of Launros fohTnd its Vicinity, that he has opened his Dis pensary in Charles Street, opposite Mr. Hull s. r Being provided with a good supply of genuine Medicines, the Public may rely on the strictest attention being paid to the compounding and making up of Prescriptions, being duly qualified for that purpose. Mr. LandaixwM be in attendance every morn ing, from Ten to Twelve o'clock, to give advice, prescribe, and innpculate children. There arc also to lie had at the Dispensary,— Genuine Soda and Seidlitz Powders, and every descrip...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 10 August 1829

I POLICE INTELLIGENCE. August 3rd.— Elizabeth JRowley for diso bedience of orders and neglect of doty, con fined 6 months in the factory, 1 month of that time in- solitary confinement. John Cairns for being drunk and disorderly, fined 5s. Bernard Cosgro ve for being d funk and disorderly* and wsaulUng Conslable Rogers, bound over to keep the peace for 6 months. John Cook, assigned -o V. uette, tor oiso bedienee of 0«ders and neglect of duty, 25 lashes. Sa ah Watson abBentiug herself from her master's service, at the intervention of her master, merely reprimanded* 4th.— Charles Johnson and John Pick, for abscon ling from their master's services, leturned to Government service, and work 6 months jnibesuain gang. Thomas Ijewin, stealing a quantity of wheat and bags, the property of Mr. J. Bouncy, committed for trial. John Clayton, for receiving the above wheat and bags knowing them to be stolen, committed for trial. 5th. - Hugh Yarwood for disobedience of orders. This man stated he was...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

SHIP^S1L NEWS ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On the 12th-The brig Queen Chirlottf, A. Rennoldson Master, from Sydney in 7 days, with a few sundries for Mr. J. T. Maughan. . On the 14th— The Colonial cutter Caroline, P. Williams Master, frpm Sydney with a full cargo of sundries for various individuals. Passengers Mr. Wood, Mr. John Townshend, Mrs. Williams. AliniVED IN IIOBART TOWN. On the 7th inst.— The brie Lion, Capt. Me Leod from London the 8th, anf Land's End the 21st April, touching at St. Jago, with a general cargo, and numerous paassengers. On Thursday last.— The barque Denmark Hillt Captain Foreman, from the Isle of France June 28th, with a cargo of Sugar, Wine, Raisins, and Tobacco. Passengers for this Port— Mrs. Fenton and child, Lieut. Burnett, Mr. Band, Lieut. Betts, mid Thomas Carg. For Sydney— Mrs. Foreman, Mr. HollaBd, Mr. HugheB, and Mr. Rozia. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. On Sunday last— The Orelia, Capt. Hudson, for Swan River, with a general cargo. Passengers —Capt. Fenton, on...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the JEgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. We are at length blest, supremely blest, by the appcrntment of a Legislative Council, this is the millstone which is da ly and hourly interrupting; and retarding the wholesome end rapid growth of this Island, the real land of milk and honey. Looking at the official notification of the names of the mem bers who are destined to frame or pass the laws by which this young country may be nurtured to that state of maturity, which, from its various natural and acquired ad. vantages it is fully capable of being raised to, and that speedily— looking we say, to these names, casts a heavy damp upon our spirits. To the greater part of this misnamed Legislative Council, tee and the Publi...

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