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Liber[?] of the press. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

%fôtrtgottf)*f?m*. By ""the brig John, we have received the Cape of Good Hope Papers to the loth ot October.-We copy from Mr. GREIG'S In- dependent Journal an article which he has extracted from The Times. In this the word i " JOBBING" appears applied in a much more striking manner ¿han-*?« used it j and for which we have been, found guilty of,libel. It is also to be understood, that Mr. Greig's Paper is published in a conquered Colony, where the Liberty of the Press does not ex istj and where the strictest Censorship pre- vails. A Memorial has gone home, signed by all the respectable Inhabitants of the Cape, praying for the establishment of a Free Press. We have no doubt that His Majesty's liberal Administration .will at once accede to it. " Mr. Greig was to go back immediately, and te re-establish his Paper under the full Srotecfion of His Majesty's, Government at ome. The King's subjects would, there- fore, enjoy the privilege of conveying their respectful and loyal sentiments) t...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. SIR,-We all know, that Mr. Stephen, some time ago, resigned his newly-appointed office, because, as he stated, he could not conscien- tiously act with the Attorney-General. Yet we see he does act with him, and under him, and in the most submissive manner too; we see the Attorney-General treats him with something worse than contempt, but yet he sticks to office, with his conscientious scru- ples, and his resignation before him, and be- fore the Public. How is this ? Is the Attor- ney-General become a better man, or is Mr. Stephen become a worse one ? but the Public looks anxiously forward to Mr. Stephen re- ceiving the proper correction from the proper quarter, for attacking his superior officer as he has done. -I am, Sir, yours, A LAWYER. MARRIED-Yesterday, Mr. BRADLEY, of Liverpool-street, to Miss McDOUGALL. BIRTH- On Saturday last, Mrs. J. REID, of Green-hill, Macquarie River, of a son. DIED-On. Sunday morning last, of apo- plexy, which seized ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

[ADVERTISEMENT.] To J. Lush, Esq. Commander of the Ship Lang, River Derwent, Van Diemen's Land. DEAR SIR, - We are anxious on quitting your ship, to offer to you our most sincere acknow- ledgments, for your unremitted attention to us during our long voyage, and for your kind attention to whatever could contribute to our comfort and safety, We cannot sufficiently express our admira- tion of your firmness, judgment, and presence   of mind, in moments of the greatest peril - of the general kindness of your disposition - of, your impartial conduct - and above all of the uniform personal kindness you have constant- ly manifested to all under your Command.     With our grateful thanks, we beg you will accept the assurance of the high esteem and respect which your conduct has raised in our hearts; and that our best and most fervent   wishes will ever attend you. - We are dearst your truly obliged and most sincere friends. Ann Bilton John ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

By His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land, and its Dependencies. A Proclamation.     WHEREAS, His Majesty having erected this His Majesty's Island of Van Die men's Land and its Dependencies, hereinafter mentioned, into a seperate Colony, Indepen- dent of the Government of New South Wales, has been most graciously pleased, by His Royal Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Great Britain and Ireland, bearing Date at Westminster, the Sixteenth Day of July, in the Sixth Year of His Majesty's Reign, to appoint His Excellency Lieutenant General RALPH DARLING to be Captain General and Governor- in-Chief, in and over the said Island, and all Islands and Territories lying to the Southward of Wilson's Promontory in Thirty-nine Degrees and Twelve Minutes of South Latitude, and to the Northward of the Forty-fifth Degree of South Latitude ; and between the One hundred and Fortieth and One-hundred and Fiftieth Degree...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

Sales by Auction. BY MR. W. WHITCHURCH,   At Launceston, on Tuesday, the 10th of   January next, if not previously disposed of   by Private Contract, Neat and elegant Brick-built COTTAGE, situate in Cameron-Street, Launceston, opposite Mr. Jonathan Griffiths. - Prompt payment in Spanish Dollars. BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart, in Murray-street, on the 1st Dai) of March next, unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given, THAT valuable Property, known by the Name of CARRINGTON ESTATE, de- lightfully situate on the Coal River, 16 Miles from Kangaroo Point, consisting of 3000 Acres of rich arable Land, at present occu- pied by a Tenant,, paying ,£250 Sterling per Annum.-For Particulars apply to R. W. Lo*VF, Esq. Belle View._ Sheriff's Oßce, Dec. 15, 1825. In the Supreme Court. ' Roberts v Youug. rpobe SOLD by AUCTION, by Direction of ?*. the SHERIFF, at Mr. COLLICOTT'S, on Sa- turday, the 31st Instant, a...

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Cotonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN:   FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1825. It has been the pleasure of the Lieutenant   Governor to issue a Proclamation (inserted in our front page), in which the designation of "His Excellency" is adopted, it becomes   therefore henceforth the duty of His Majes- ty's sublets here to conform to this regula- tion. If an higher honorary distinction can afford His Excellency any gratifica- ron, we have only to express our satisfac- tion at his possessing it. We understand, that the point underwent some serious dis- cussion, and that the decision was come to, principally from certain existing precedents, by reference to which it appears, that the designation now adopted, is given to other Officers holding also the appointment of Lieu- tenant Governor. Amongst others, Sir George Don, at Gibraltar, and Sir James Kempt, at Halifax, in Nova Scotia, (to which Govern- ment we referred in our last), have been par- ticularly alluded to. We ...

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Supreme Court, DEC.20. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 December 1825

  Supreme Court, DEC. 20 One of the most lamentable sights which can be exhibited in any country, took place this morning, in the placing at the Bar of the Criminal Court, seventy-one human-beings, to   receive their sentences, for crimes of every degree of turpitude, committed, in a country where the population is so comparatively   small, and where the inducements to   crime are so few. - Of these unhappy men twenty-five received sentence of DEATH!   many of whom will most probably suffer this awful doom. It is only due to His Honor Chief Justice PEDDER to express our humble admiration of the patience and humanity which His Honor shews upon all occasions where the life or liberty of a fellow-creatures, without distinction as to situation, is   placed in his hands. He is, indeed, what a judge is always presumed to be by the humane inference of the English Law, Counsel for the prisoner; and no man has ever...

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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

0riftittai <erotrt^)pntieBfe. ^^??JftirbB of WyCb^ji4iT^issi, SfcR,-^As hush-rftnging appears tobe in- creasing and1 assuming a formidable charac- ter, I 'submit? for the consideration pf the Executive, whether it'Would,not-be advise able:t<£'j^ib&!s l^^y^ce^ni^ihe inter-/ . ior, properly appointed, and tb transfer ; Head-qu&fter's frbmthence to some1 cehtrical part ot the Island till the disturbed districts aretranquilized j and security of property !; f.restbred;Kv.\;;,,; ."-'?"¦¦"¦'¦¦.!::*--:',;- ;:¦-¦¦'?>'¦;:¦/:':?' 7: - ? This salutary measure was preciselyadopt- ed in the Sister Colony, with the most l)eue- , racial effect. Governor. King hayinghimself:^ established' his Head-quarters in the interior, ,. and I should recommend that Officers should be appointed to head the parties in' pursuit!: pf the bush-rangersj which: would create ^ I confidence in the soldiers* and alacrity in the ":.' performance pf their duty; ?lam, &c. A ...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

SHIP NEWS. On Friday night last the ship Phillip Dundas, Captain Scarvell, bound from Sydney   to Melville Island and the Isle of France, put into port through stress of weather - out three, weeks, having on board 13 soldiers, stores, a few sheep and cows, and some plants for Melville Island.   ON Sunday last arrived the brig John Dunn, Capt. M'Beath, from England, with merchan- dize. - Passengers, Captain Bunn, late Commander of the Countess of Harcourt,     Nd Mrs. Mackeral. Sailed on Monday for Port Jackson, the brig John, Capt. Griffin, with sheep, &c.   Sailed on Thursday week the sloop Speedwell, Capt. Young, for Launceston.     Sailed on Thursday week from Launceston   for our port, the Government brig Prince Leopold, Mr. Harrison, Commander; having on board a full cargo of wheat and hay.         The ship Medway sa...

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The Memocialist. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

?i)t MtmoxiaUm. HlS %sCttLtNC'Y;£h^ is:oil ".h'ayingj^on^ ajdre^s^ toliim ^e|M f&civember, witji a CoMniunictttibh iKerfeupbn,' the'follbwing letter was addressed to His Ex- cellency in reply t~\ ' , ' : Sir,?We beg leave moist respectfully^to have the honour to acknowledge the receipt bf Your Excellency's letter of the# 19th De- cember, iii answer to our Memorial of the f28th;ult: :¦ ':':, :¦ :Mf: Your Excellency having been pleased to honour us with ypur sentiments upon certain jpoibts pf considerable importance to the Pub- lic weal, we entreat of Your Excellency to; be permitted tb dffer the explanation which jve feel imperatively called upon to submit thereupon, for Your Excellency's consider afton. ,'. . ...",...? " .-''.'' ¦'-'¦?. '¦'¦¦..?, ¦; \ We hove tb acknowledge (he! favour conr" ¦'.'terred upon its by the ^rarismissiori bf the letter which it has been, Your texcellency's pleasure tb enclose to us:; .and, wliije.we for- bear to offer any remark ripon the Communi-...

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The Bush-rangers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

The Bushrangers.   On Monday last, the bush-rangers (12 in     number), after robbing Mr.Pitt, and a num- ber of other Settlers in the neighbourhood of the Cross Marsh, were attacked by a party,   consisting of 7 or 8 soldiers, two of Mr. Kemp's Government men, two of Mr. Whit- fields's, two of Mr. Espie's, and some others, 29 in number, all armed, headed by Mr. Whitfield. The attack took place within 2   miles of Captain Wood's, at the Clyde. In a short time, Charman (Mr. Kemp's,prisoner ser- vant), who with two Soldiers were the fore- most in the pursuit, was wounded and fell; as was also one of the soldiers. The attack- ing party having expended all their ammu- nition, in an engagement which lasted an   hour, were obliged to retreat. The bush- rangers then ran away, and one of their party (supposed to be Brady) was observed to be wounded, and carried off. We understand that the soldiers, assisted by som...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

¦? ?l/l/W? L To the Editor of the Co lom j t Timbs. :V'. Stki?It is asubject of regret to-many- of lf your friends, that you insert paragraphs iii , your Paper, some said to be copied out of The Australian j and others, I have no doubt of ¦vii your own production, prejudicial to the feel- ;[' mgs of those they allude to; and, although r you intended them to apply generally to the Magistrates1 and Chief District Constables, . ¦ still'your observations Were not at all appli- !;' cable to the Whole' of the Magisterial and 7 Constabulary body, for I can assure you, at the very time, the paragraph that you must y V well know I' allude to, appeared in! your ; Papery in one of the districts^comprising"five hundred inhabitants, the Magistrate was then using his' Very utraost. endeavours tb obtain < information respecting the movement of the v banditti, and also rendering every assistance, in equipping a volunteer party who was going;. ; in pursuit; and at the same time the Chief ...

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[?] Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

Sydney Intelligence.     The following articles, of intelligence are   from the The Australian :— Never was Institution less calculated to be- come the scene of political commotion, than     the Bank of this Colony ; and certainly never did politics more completely control the election of last Thursday. With regard to one of the Directors returned, this is an un- questionable truth, and no matter what may be the result to Bank Establishment of this choice of the proprietors to the Public, it has furnished another proof of the predo- minance of liberal politics. For whatever may be the abilities of the Clerk to the Coun- cil, as adapted to the office of Bank Direc- .''?-¦'.'?' tor, these .wereoverl^bfeeld-fltthetimecf the! ¦.'¦¦'?:;..^:iectibnV>and,he owed rife iuccess;solely toi /.-; jtisieing the"decUre&'-$iie.rent of the :Emanci-l : fv,^ ' f ^jriifaiccodnt bf his opinions being' professedly ) ff-^cpiisbnan...

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Colomal Times. HORBART TOWN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30,1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

Colonial Times. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30,1825. There is not a man in the whole Island if he is ah Englishman; or possesses a drop bf English blood' iii his veibs, who! will hot! be proud bf his couhtrj,-xvhen he peruses the able, manly, independent, and truly cbristi tutionaf'Stafe paper (for such it unquestion- ably is), inserted in another part of our Jour- nal. These are the sentiments whichhave raised our native lfthd tb its-present high and elevated rank amorist nations j These are the ftBhtiments which will obtain for hs here a renofatipn of that cbnsideratibn and atten- tion, in which wb Were>piice held kt!'; home, which has been kiely.;<retrograding, biit which We shall now shew ourselves deserv-: ing to have restored to us. \ These are the sent1meritswhi(fch|w,ill make the7 hired cra'w, lers and Creepers at the footstool of pb wer. hang their unhappV,heads, and slink atyay into"the!ir natural*fnsighinbance. These are; the. sentiments, w^lclTwill shew to all tbe; wo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

To J. Lusk, Esq. - Commander of the ship Lang, River Derwent, Van Diemen's Land. Dear Sir - We are anxious on quitting your ship to offer you our most sincere acknowledments for your unremitted attention to us during our long voyage and for your kind attention to whatever could contribute to our comfort and safety. We cannot sufficiently express our admira- tion of your firmness, judgement, and presence of mind in moments of greatest peril - of the general kindness of your disposition - of your impartial conduct - and above all, of the uniform personal kindness you have constant- ly manifested to all under your Command. With our grateful thanks, we beg you will accept the assurance of the high esteem and respect which your conduct has raised in our hearts: and that our best and most fervent wishes will ever attend you. - We are, dear Sir, your truly obliged and most sincere friends; Ann Bilton, John Campbell,     S.Rickett, David Campbell,   &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 30 December 1825

GOVERNMENT REGULATION. THE Permission granted on the 10th June, 1825, for allowing the Use of Molasses, Sugar, and its Extract, in the Brewing of Beer, will cease on the 1st of March, 1826. Commissariat Office, Dec. 22, 1825.   WITH Reference to the Government Or- of the 16th Instant, the Magis-     trates, Civil Officers, and others, whose, Ra-         tions are directed to be commuted for a Money Payment, will be required to send to this, Office Monthly Certificate that they actually have the authorised Number of Crown Prison- ers, either in their personal Employ, or on their Farms.                     CONTRACTS.—Quarter commencing, 25th December, and ending 24th March, 1826: FRESH MEAT.—Hobart Town.   Mrs. J. Burns, 36,000 lbs.at 3d.; J. Triffit, sen...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 6 January 1826

&w 18t\Ù$. ox Jo CvN Arrived on Monday from Port Jackson the new schpouer ¡Darling, ^Captain -Dowsett No passengers.-This vessel is intended as a constant trader between Sydney and this port. ' Sailed on Sunday last for Sydney* the ship Caudry, Capt. Noyes, having on board several hundred sheep.-Passenger, Mr. Reddall, su- percargo. < On Tuesday a large ship passed the heads, of course bound for Port Jackson. $$" Our confined space has 'unwillirgly com- pelled us to defer until next week, several important articles. JVc then purpose draw- ing the attention of the Public to the Sydney Council, as compared with our oivn. It is no unimportant consideration, and will re- quire to be treated al some length. Price of Bi ead-Gd. per Loaf.^ Sitting Magistrate-W. H. Hamilton, Esq.

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 6 January 1826

to the Editor of the Coiosidir TiHbs. Sin,-In consequence of a paragraph hav- ing appeared in your Paner, stating, that an Assistant Surgeon had interfered with our duties ; we, the undersigned, who command Companies of the Constabulary Guard, feel it our duty to state, that we have never heard of the interference of any Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon ; and every Member of our respective Companies, individually, deny in every respect the existence of any founda- tion whatever for so preposterous a charge. As it is highly necessary that the propaga- tors of so notorious a falsehood should be known, we beg leave of you to publish the names of the several persons from whom you are pleased to state you have received Com- munications so calculated to do injury to the character of Public Officers. m j-i r» î- t. u. sim*son, , .'d'Wiiliaw Barnes, GkougeHull, I A. Charlton.

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The Bush rangers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 6 January 1826

A Cf)f tfu^vangrifi. We consider it our duty to reprehend, in the strongest terms, the absurd attempts to alarm 'aird excite the public mind, which some «ffiotous persons have made within the last few days, in reference to the büsh-ran<. ger». We differ entirely with the line of. conduct which the Government Gazette has adopted in this particular. If we had bla- zoned forth the deeds of these miserable wretches-if we had entered into such de- tails of their proceedings as have been given in the Official Journal, we should have been . subjected (and properly too) to be charged with affording encouragement to the lawless pro- ceedings of a miserable. and contemptible band, wholiave created an alarm, which we consider wholly unnecessary ; and who, the moment thpy are come in contact with, fly almost at their own shadow. What absurd fo% was it to call out the Inhabitants of this town upon a rumour, that this lawless ban- ditti had crossed the river, and forsooth, lest they sh...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 6 January 1826

Stokell's Timber Yard. Macquatie-street, opposite the King's Store. GEORGE Stokell has on hand a very ex- tensive Stock of Timber, Ironmongery, and other Goods, (well worth the attention of'Purchasers), which he is induced to offer for SALE, at the following very low Prices, | viz :-Cedar, in log ; ditto seasoned in plank, from 4 in. to £ in. downwards, varying from 3£d.to 6d. according to quality, with sawing included ; fine Baltic red deals, 11 in. wide, in lengths of 6,14,15, & 16 feet, sawed into 1 in. at 5d. ; $ in. 4d. ; i iri. 5£d. ; well sea- soned stringy bark flooring boards at 12s. 6d. per 100 ft.; è in. boards,joist, bat- tens, 4 by 3 scantling at 10s., laths and shin- gles at 9s. per 1000; light wood* huon pine, posts and rails equally cheap; boat^oars of different lengths, 9d. per foót£ slMé^ and double rolled sheet iron ; 7-8th|,^4fhs, and 5-8ths round iron ; socket bars for ploughs, 35 English-made cart axle-trees, with boxes, washers, and bolts complete, at ...

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