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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 March 1829

SHIP ffiffii NEWS. AH RIVED IN THIS FORT. On Thursday last.— Fro«n Hobart Town, the tcbooncr Com est, (Capt. Uliukwonh.) I A! LED FKOM THIS PORT. On Satuiday last,— For Hobnrt Town, the Government brig IMusce Leopold, (Copt. Harris) with twelve prisoners, viz. — Joseph Stepnali, Win. Gullen, John Lun«, Charles Beard, Win. Ward, Chas. Me Donald, Matt. Me Avoy, Benjn. Laws, W«i. Birch, Win. Chapman, Jno. Burnett, and Geo. Jones. ? ARRIVED tN WOB\KT TOWN. On Tuesday lnst,— The Government brig Cy - TRVSf from Birch's Bay. SAILED FROM HOBAnt TOWN. On the 20th wit,— The Borneo; (Capt/WMch' ♦Ho.) forBotavia. in ballast. Passengers,— Cap*' Smith, B'l'gal fnvaliy. Mrs. H*-ti«lprsOB and son. On tlii- 22nd ult,— The Australian |Conipany'6 ship City »f Edjnbujigii, (C«pt M'K'cllar.) for 1 Sydney, frith the remainder of her import cargo, 24 of hi i or'ffinnl passengers, and 10 tons of hay. fame Day,— The ship VEsrrR, (Capr. Brown,) for Sydney ; with all tier import cargo and pass. - -cngi-n.) - ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 March 1829

SONG. _ ? ' Oh ! cast Ihou not Affection from thee! in (his hitler world Hold to thy heart that only treasure fast, [ V alch— guard it — suffer not a breath to dim The bright gem's (urity.' Jf tnoti hast cnish'd o flower, The root may not he flighted ; If thoa hast quencti'd u lamp, Once more it nay bp lighted ; But on thy harp «r on thy lute, The string wliiih thou hast broken fhsll never in tweet sound again Give to thy touch a token ! If thou hast loos'd a bird, Whose voice of song could cheer the*, Still, still he may be won, From the skies to warbte near ihee; But if upon the troubled s»la, Thou hast thrown a gem unheeded, Bo|-p not that wind or wsvp shall bring the treasure bark wh«'ii needed. If thou hast bruis'd * vine. The summer's breath is healing, And it's duster yet JmBy cl«w. Through the. leaves tbcir bloom revealing ; But i: thou haul acupoVrthrown With a bright draught fill'd— uh! never Shall Enrih give bark that Uvish'd wealth To cool thy parch'*] lip's fever! i The...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 18[?]9. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 March 1829

^LAVlfCESTON AQr&RTISER. NOKDAY, MABCH 2, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dii-pel delusion; but in the dinharge of this duly he must not expect to find hi* road pcrli-rily free from the arrows of ihobe who are iiiteiestcd in preventing the jEgis ol truth from confronting aud dissipating their power. We have heard, and we have also rend a great deal about iiiAVYandopputssivt Taxation. The Merchant is described as faying an immense sum to the crown, as ms portion or -part of these dp-. -Touting duties, and which come melancholy old woman wishes to mi ke people believe will event ually t-wallow up the whole of the resources ct this Island. W« will her* carefully examine this -fas-wp think) untenable position, first premising to our renders, that we uroni iiher tax eaters, nor tax receivers, in any one sense bC the word ; on the rdnlrary, we p«y a heavy tax, according to the dt finitfon the* attach to those yprds. An able .witter tins -Bid tit the Tasmania?? Uevje...

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 March 1829

To the Editor of the Lad nceston Advertises. My dear Sir.— I am happy to find you have commenced Journalist. Your prospectus wan ad. miiullel Men who manufacture journals, are like those who muke revolutions; they always promise Wonders. 1 hope jon will act up to it. I will point out to you aa infallible mean of obtaining reputation. First.— .1 urnish yourself with a pair of good keen scissors, they are esseutialto m resv ?ry lor llw* well *ditiiig «l a journal. It is by the assistance of this useful instrument that yon cut up Uw* other papers, andtrnnsfiibe ttie quintessence of theai into yours. Whe« Horace said, '? »rpe mlum veiuu., ' h- meant to say, oftm use your eciirMtrs. Second. — it' ynu take iu a journal which ha* Mie micJbrttui* ol a very small circulation,' copy trow it two or thiee column*, it trill be no more noticed than if you had rubbed one of the Aborigines of bib «jw»ar or waddie. Never quote a journal *-xc«pt you find articles in it which you ran rut well to pictv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 March 1829

Fawkner's Hotel, Cameron Street. V ^I^HE Proprietor retorns his sincere tfaanki I i to his Friends and the Public for the I ?upport he lias received (since unforseen cir- ? cuuistances occasioned him to re open}, and I pledges himself to furnish to all those who may I favor hitn with their custom, the very best ac- I coinuiodatiou both of Ved and Jioard, and ai I the very lowest possible rates. I g£f' ^rood VV ines in wood and bottle, and I a choice supply of Spirits. Horses stabled by I the day, wee,k, or inontk. Horse mid Gig to let by the day orjpuruey. Fawkner's Circulating Library. LIST, of near books at Fawkner's Circu lating Library, Cameron street, Lauuccs ton, arrived per Itanj. Uooiisteacb usto^eeeourselres as others seeus,' Hume 6c JSmoilet's History of England Miller's coaiiuuation of do. Opie's Madeliue Valentiue's Eve New Tales Tales of the Heart New Siruple Tales I Illuatratious of Lyiof I Montgomery's works I Mrs. iiadcliiiVs Udolpho I Ronwnce of the Forest I Sicilia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 March 1829

^F^^^ NOTICE;-'.'' !'' '?''??? ^?IHE Military Canteeife at Launceston ^B*- and George Town, will be let for (lie ensuing ?reive months, and tenders *ill be received at ?eCoMMANBANT-VOffic*, tfltSaiurday, 28th inst. ^BLauncpstdn, F«»b. 17in,' 182B, s»»— — i , i.i ?iH'.it^:' ».-3i .I.. ? iMunceston Quarter Sessions, H^TOTICE is hereby given, that the Ses ^?^1 sioh advertised to be held on Moday, the ^?sond dny of Martfh nexr, will not take place ^K a future day, of which due notice will be ^?ren. ^M CHARLES BETHELL LYONS, ^?fa Feb. 1829. ' Clerk of the Peace. ^m Launceston Court of Requests. ^HTOTICE is her-% given, that die sitting ^BV alretraV advertised to take place on Thurs Hy, the 6th day of March nest, will not be had ^?til a future day, of which doe notice will be ^B JOSEPH HONE, Commissioner. Bth Feb. 1829. H jftlte Tasmantan. ^BERSONB wf&ing to become subscribers ^Bftniny the' '** TasmIni Awjlfna AD»TR'RAL-AiiA-- ^H Renew,' will please to forward their names ^?the Pu...

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SHIP NEWS. SAILED FROM THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 March 1829

SHIP ^i& NEWS SAILED FEOM THIS FORT. . On T/iifniaj/ /«*(.— The schooner Contcit, (Capt. Blinkworth, for Hobart Town, iu ballast. ARRIVED IN 1IOB\RT TOWN. On the ITih,— The brig #«»«, (Capt. Richmond) from Sydney, with 12,000 feet of cedar, 30hhds. English porter. 40 tons coals. 1 1 packages slvps, 5 baskets tobacco, and a horse. Passengers— Sir. T. G. Pitihan, Capt. Northwood, Mr. J. 11. Blanchard, Mr Joseph GieadOw, Marry Grove, and Jatnps Strachan! This vessel is to be loaded for the Isle of France, by the Messrs. Rands and M'Konzie, merchants here, one of whom proceeds ?with tier as supercargo, doubtless with (lie inteu tion of returning wilh a cargo of sugar. EAILpD FllOM IIOBAttT TOWN. On the itt.i'ist. — Vhe ship Royal Cieorge^ (Capt Imbletbn, for Bombay, with a detachment of the 40tli, under the command of Captain Barnptt. . On Salvrdug last. — I he brig Fairfieldy (Captain Foorh) vilh part of her import cargo, two. tons ]Otitoes, aud two of her original passengers, ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 March 1829

IAUNCESTON JDFERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he niast not expect to find liis road perfectly free from (lie arrows of those who arc interested in preventing the JEgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Conceiving it to be the real duty of an Editor steadily to pursue that line of con duct which conduces to the public good, always carefully watching- that no private predilection (which his former course of life* or bis circle of friends may have embued bim with) cause him to swerve from the duty he owes to the community, never ex tenuating, or setting down aught in malice : we think we hear our readers say thU is an imaginary, an ideal personage, who never existed, or at least never out of ' Arcadia.' It shall be our pride to act up to this pro fession as far as fallible man can act, always thanking our friends for their corrections, admonition or reproofs, (even though we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 March 1829

Favckner's HoteU Cameron Street. THE Proprietor returns his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the support he has received (since uutbrseeq chv cuinstauces occasioned him to reopen), and. pledges himself to furnish to all those who may, tavorhim with their custom, the very best. ac- commodation both of Bed and Board, and at the very lowest possible rates. gt3h Good Wines in wood and bottle, and a choice supply of Spirits. Horses stabled by the da}', week, or month. Horse and Gig to let by the day orjouraey.

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From the new tragedy of CATILINE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 March 1829

From the new-tragedf ftf-CATJUKTE. She was a Grecian maiden ; and fcy some, Was thought a daughter of the sky ; for earth Had never shaped such beauty: and hf rthoughts Were, like her beauty, cky-born. She would 6tray, And gaze, when morn *«s budding on the hills, As if 'the f aw tta stooping pomp of cods Then If II her tyre the vision ; nor had eve A sound, or rosy colour of the clouds, Or jofent star, but fn her solemn, songs It lived again. - ' ? ? ? v *. .... . ♦; ? She met a stately Wwrje%rthe hills, loved bim^ and wedded lifat; artd passion's flam*. That had bc-r-tchedjgpnJfc-Mm-ss,- now burned JUcher in Hymen's lasVK »Bat, one night came, And with hcame-no'4]VjEand-^uid*she wept;— Another* an#ttfe*Mlt to*he'*cold-m«*-n, djM£E&)t&B&** *-0U»fr'B dUty, A0narnt€4ifJ{|Wili« w-tiiaf'ltut4ii(- babe, and die.' ' ?Pnte^%iiftnderttar4«ia at-midnigfct.tflnd lie came— Wound then *Iip f II upon -hl« iteek, and kirard, ?? And asked lifnv why -he left Itef desolate? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 March 1829

Ftowkner's Circulating Library. j LIST of new books at Fawkner's Circu- j lating Library, Cameron street, Lauuces- I ton, arrived per Lctnj. I Books teach us to *'see ourselves as others see us.11 I Hume & SinoUetV History of Englaud I .?; *»Miller's coutinuatioa of do. ' '* I '? ©pie's Madeline ? I Valenthie*s Eve t New Tales I Tales «f the Heart ' I New Simple Tales I Illusjtratiou^ of. Lyiiig 'I Montgomery's works* ? I Mrs. Radcliffe's Udolpho I Romance of the Forest I Sicilian ? ? Italian fobyne I Castles of Atltlia aud Duo- 1 Lady Morgau's France ' I Italy I Gaston de BloudeviUe I Hutchiuson'a Memoirs I Modern Biography I Byland's Spain I Panceof Jieath . I Gait's Voyages I PeregriDe Pickle I Canterbury .Tales , . : . I Smollett's Works I French Serjoant M Sttwyof'a 0m ? Honor o'Hura ? Attic Fragments I Multum in Parro . I The Provost and Annals of the Parish ? Blossoms of Anecdote / ? Smiles foraUSeaspns, besides a great varietjB of Pamphlets. ? Subscribers (o the uLa(...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 9 March 1829

? _ ijaunceHion Quarter Seanidns, ' ; I T%|p^1CE *?*»*** e»r*n- ftaittie Ses ? iH sion advertised to Le held on Monday, -h*\ ? wcend dot of Irtwfeii cnexti will ttot take plicH ? «il- a future day, of. which dine notice will*e) ? €'Ven' CHARLES BETflELL LYONS, ! I 19th Feb. 1829. ? -' Clerk of the l»«ice- j I Launceston Court -^.,JRe]^*^.:.,,-v.L NOTICE is hereby given, tot &e sij*tag already advertised «- ta^pl&ce op ^tfnirfc ? day, the 5th day of March ne*t;-«4ll::riDt We had ? until a future day, of which due notice will be ? 6lVe°' JOSEPH BOXE, Commissioner. 19th Feb. 1829. [The Tasmania* . TJERSONS wishing to become subscribers i tolliat valuable aud highly interesting pub-; licatiob, the ' Tasmakiam, and AustkraxAsia *ic Review,1' will please to forward their names io the Publishers, or to Mr. Johh Fawkneb, juo. Cameron Street, Latwceston. The Launceston Advertiser. PERSONS residing in Hobart town and its neighbourhood, wishing to become sub scriber* to the abo...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

*V' ?:';-SHIPifflL NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On Wednesday fast.— Arrived from Sydney, ths cutler Currency L-ms, (Captain Taggart.)— with the following cargo. 4 tons iron, 2 rases hard ware, 15rnklis porter, 1 do. shrub, 2 do. glass, 2 Tenders, 1 case sieves, 2 bags rice, 5 cases slops, 1 gig, 30 £ chests tea, lease hats, 3 chests fiuit, 6 pipes wine, I bag flat irons, I cask shot, lii £ pip«s wine, 1 table, 2 bedsteads, 6 chairs, 1 case saddlery, 2 do. boots, 1 cask stone bottles. 4 rases tobacco pipes, 10 flag stones, 1 wheat tews, 1 box slops. 2 hhds. glass, 9 casks pitch end tar. 5 do. pilch, 2 bales bagging, 5 casks slops, 8 bhds.. porter, 2 do. gin, 1 pipe brandy, 2 puncheons mm, 12 cases liqueurs, 1 hhd. of tobacco. She brings Australian Papers up to the 3rd March. On Thurtrlas last.— From a scaling voyage, the sdiooncr fftnry, (John Griffiths Owner and Master, from Kangaroo Island, with the following valuable. cargo:— 20 tons salt, 800 fur seal-skins, 400 common ditto, 2,50...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

Launcesion. '. .1 «f ? tioo of their Friends and the Public in general, to their wry extensive and well selected stock of merchandize, comprising almost every useful arid necessary article, and at reduced prices. Slops and wearing apparel of superior quality Boys' and joutlis' superfine dresses Snperfihe and other l«rts- ? '? tinen drapery and haberdashery' ' '? Superfine broad clolhs and kerseymeres * Veiv superior long doth shirting and calico' Fashionable shawfc Ladies' silk handkerchiefs, crape shawls and scarfs, hosier j and -gloves Green uaire, blankets and flannels Ladies' stays Gentlemens', Ladies' and Children's boots and ?hoes . , Crockery ware of various descriptions - - Tumblers and vine glasses Looking glasses assorted Bar, rod, and nail iron Wrae, Unseed oil, white and black paint Negro head and Brazil tobacco Muscatel raisins, currants spire and loaf sugar Snuff, English soap and candles Iron pots, iron sauctpans and tea kettles of all ?ices , Britannia metal tea and ...

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From the Gazette of last week. I [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

From ihe Gazelle of lost teeek. I Mr. T. Buxton is appointed pound-keeper at I Little Swan port. and. Mr, A. Heid poutidkeeper I lor the Southern division of Great Swati Port. I Tickets of leave hare been granted to Thomas I Maddox, Thomas Urickhili, TbomjiB Smaller/, I and a- duplicate (the former being lost) to Jujia I Whyte. I Certificates of freedom have been obtained by I Thomas Jones, John Tysoe, Nathaniel Richmond. 1 We inserted in our last number tame queries I relative to the Cornwall Bank pud lb$ Lavinceiton I Attembljf, and we are not a, Uttle surprisad at I having two or three copiec of our our journal re- I turned to us immediately after .their issue, be- I cause »uch qiitri** appeared in them. Two of I these copies were accotnpamVdby notes, explain- I lory of Uiereuson why they areio be discontinued, I of which tbe following ar*; copies ;-r , I The undersigned is from one learned in the la.tr, I and was written on the outside part of a New*. I paper, sent open iu a ser...

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THE SKY LARK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

tBE FKY LAHK. Jiy -Ae Ettrick Shepherd. Bird of the wilderness Blithesome and fumbrrlesE, Light be thy matin o'er moorland and sea! Emblem of happiness! Bli-st is thy dwelling-place! 0 to abide in the deserts with thee ! Wild is the lay and loud, Far in the downy cloud ; tore gives it energy; Iov« gave it birth, Where, oil thy dewy wing, Where art thou journeying ? Thy lay is iu heaven, thy love is on eartb. O'er fell and fountain sheen, O'er moor and mouutaiu green, O'er the red Streamer that heralds the day Over the cloudlet dim, ' Over the the rainbow's brim, Musical cherub, hie, hie thee away ! Then when the gleaming comes, Low hi the heather blooms, Sweet will thy welcome and bed of love be ! Emblem of happiness ? ltless'd is thy dwelling-place! O to abide in the desert with thee I

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. Apropos Mr. Editor. Streets, aye streets, upon fnf wofd.it is indeed time you or sofae one else Clie should bring oar streets into notice, they ate disgraceful, shameful) even now ; and \hat will they be in winter ? You must never cease calling tipttn those whose duty it is to come forward im mediately. There is no time to lose, otherwise we shall have another wiuter's miseries. There are plenty of stones broke on the Cataract Hills, laying ready for Macadamizing the streets, and f urely there are plenty of hands at present in tlic PcniUiitiiay to lay them down properly, but this rests Will) the proper Authorities, u ho I hope will see the urgent necessity of commencing opera tieus tyith tl)t least uotvible delay. . ' 0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

v dFrcigfit anlr \Uwa$t, For Sydney* ^g&ILTHE remarkably fine fast-tailing Schoon jfrffl^ WATERLOO, Copt. Or.DFiELM, haw the greatest part of her Cargo on board, will the first vesRel for Sydney; her accommodutio are very superior for passengers. For Passage only, apply to the Master - board: or to THOMAS WILLIAMS. Lnnnceston, March 14th, 1839. For Sydney Direct. ^&£SL THE fine fast sailing Schooner HETT' JBfiait J« Hasslll, Commander, has commence loading for the above Fort, and will the fir vessel. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master c board, or to Mr. J. H. RE1BEY, Launccfcto First Ship for London Direct. wiSB&TFJE licensed armed fast-sailing Shil .SSlB. CORONET, T. B. Baniem, Comr. (30 tons register) will sail from this' Port' early j March, having half her cargo now on board. Shippers of Wool may rely upon'the Corone being the first Vessel to leave this Port, orforfe! Freight and Passage Money. . ' . A most desirable opportunity now offers fo Pass...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

Thffre are tw# great nations'«b'ch seeto dritiT ned by their character, to carry on war in large level districts; such as Walltchia and Moldavia. As meh, the Turk* are-a very noble race. Thtir belief in fatalism, their national nridc, and the iutoxiratiug use of opium, give them more tliau huitian strength in an attack. The greater part of their troops consist of cavalrj ; lflt*y are ex. cellent horsemen, and the horse is accustomed to fight for his rider. The charge of these cavalry can be checked only by destruction— that is, a well-directed fii-e of musketry- ;— and it requires much, cpeluess to stund before them, ond sufiVr them-to sdvanbe to the ntcessnvy diftUnce. if the Turks break through this barrier of lire, iliem is no restraining them ; it i» needless to think of ?rallying again or of fying; every- thing falls dead before them. But it' their liue he broken by the musketry—if the least wavering tukes place in their movement,, the Russian line advances with fixed bayoneta,...

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Horrid Murders by the Aborigines. ! [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

Horrid Murders by the Aborigines. -   On Friday afternoon, a Settler named Thomas   MilIer, residing on the East Bank of the North Esk, on returning home, found to his surprise, a quantity of his goods laying about the front of the house, and on entering which, be perceived some boxes had been broken open, and the con tents strewed about the floor; on going up into the loft to search for his wife, who was missing,   he perceived ten or twelve of the blacks coming towards the house, about a hundred yards dis tant, upon which he immediately ran but, when Several of them pursued him, (he had left a short distance from the house a cart and bullocks, and on turning his head he perceived one of the   blacks running after the cart, as the bullock had taken fright and galloped off. He made the best of hie way to the nearest neighbour's, were he. procured fire arms, and the assistance of Mr. Towers, who accompanied him back to his house. Wh...

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