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ENIGMA. I. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

ENIGMA. (From the Sydney Gaiettt) I. All time doth exhibit ray form, ? I float on the force of the tide ; In the tempest, at well as the storm, My presence doth erer abide. II. In the night— but I'm not in the day ; I'm seen, but not heard in the earth ; Aloof from the cheerful and gay, . I always partake of their mirth. III. In the seasons— 'tis true, the' 'tis strange* I hold not the smallest of space ; Yet Autumn and Winter would change, If I were removed from my place. IV. I am found not in rain, hail, or snow, The air. or the clouds, or the sky ; ^ ? 'ffor yet in th« risers that flow, ~ Nor the winds that invisible fly. V. In the centre of mountains T dwell ; Among forests of trees I abide ; And they that have solved me ran tell, How parties I neatly divide. In number I seldom appear, Because I am useless — but then, Though nothing of five— yet 'tis clear, I am just a full mirror of ten.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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FROM THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

IMPORTANT INFORMATION. SUPIIFME COURT. (From the Australian.) Mr. Went worth moved that the rule granted on ? former dag for a criminal information against certaiu Magistrates, on the plea of (heir having, in conjunction with the Superintendent of Con Ticti. illegally deprived E. S. Hall, Esq., Editor and Proprietor of theSvdney Monitor, of his as signed servant, Peter Tyler, and fined him, on the plea of his having harboured the said Peter Tyler— should be made absolute. Mr. Solicitor General opposed the motion of Mr. Went worth, upon affidavits of three of the Magistrates againtit whom the rule was sought ; viz. — Messrs. Hossi, Bufft'iraft Browne— the fourth, Mr. WolUtonp craft, being absent from town, and so indisposed as to retard his affidavit. Mr. Gurner, Clerk of the Court, here read the fttagiitrates' affidavit ; after which, Mr. \Ventworth resumed. The whole scope of Mr. Solicitor-General's argument was meant to protect the Magistrates, but it did not exculpate them from d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

HIS MAJESTY'S Principal Secretary of State lias ordered the publication of the following table of precedency for New South Wales :— The Governor ; The Chief Justice of the Colo ny ; All Persons having the Hank of Privy Coun sellors or any higher Rank in England, according to their respective Ranks ; The Members of the Executive Council ; The Puisne or Assistant Jud ges of the Supreme Court; Persons of the Degree of Knighthood, or any other Degree under that of Privy Counsellors ; The Attorney General; The Solicitor.General ; The Members of the Le gislative Council ; All other persons under the Degree of Knights, according to the Order of Precedency in England. By His Excellency's Command, ALEXANDER M'LEAY. To 6e isolli by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, Af the Launcetton Hotd, an Thursday next, 20(ft iii»f., at 12 o'clock, A CAPITAL Horse, fit either for Saddle or Harness An excellent Timor Poney A capital Chaise, nearly new Two sets of Chaine Harness A quantity of Saddlery Superior ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

By the Sydney Gazette of August 4th, we learn that English Paper* wtre received there up (o .'pril 35th. 1 he Dill for the relief of Roman Catholic disabities had passed tLe House of Lords, on the 10th of April, by a majority of 104. Upon this important subject we make the fo lowing extract from the Allass, of April 12th:— The Relief Bill is now a part of the law of the laud. The Catholics are now a party to the social contract; they are iudentilied with the people in a community of contributions, of security and protection, and with the stale in a participation of legislative authority. Distinctions springing from temporary expediency are removed— in war or in peace Great Britain and Ireland may now be truly, as they have been hitherto but legally, called the United Kingdom. That the Duke of Wellington should have eff ected what Pitt, Grenville, Fox, Dundas, and Can ning, could not effect will appear in a more re markable light if we look back upon the progress of this question, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

ULi OTICB ie Iwmby given, tlwt tbe psrU 1^1 npibltip bpt.we*n the ?adMislfMfji.W) el«* solve* Ur n»w4i«l pj»fl«PHit on t*§®Me W # '** i*ml»»Fl»s«. end ill el«im& 4u§ *?,«'* J??'be NORMAN Me DONALD, WUnPK ^MES ASfDRRION, LBunpestPM, gflbJuly, l»8f- ?fc *fte Pubtte, ffUf g undersigned beg§ Ip«v§ t© inform A the Inhabitants 0/ JiBunceeten and (lie i'ub« lie in general, tbet he h«s pomme need the biking hflBtojtf* in nil H§ branches adjoining tht» re»i. donee pf Mr, Betr* in Charles Mrwr, and (bat py f»r#dHpiiis Bread §f eupprior .quality, biis of tfie standard weight, he h«pe§ to fap favoured with iwntfMfen, . ?.**';??-?... August Nth, Ififfr \ . . - ?- ?- * JTMIE' undersigned beg§l§Kv§ite iii^ortn the J. Public that Tie bss purchased (he {tr*mite« furmerlv liplpiigfug -aMr. IV, B^imr;*. at the wwr of Ht Jmin mid York suwii. where he in* (ends (0 devote (lie whole «f bis time to horse ibopingt and twist* rrps his perfect knowledge of the busineis, thai hi will be tble te give g...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 August 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF LAST WEEK. Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by the undermentioned: —   Hannah Bell, Joseph Back, Charles Smith Joseph Waters, Joseph Forth, alias Freer, Wm. Lilley, Joseph Swallow, George Meadowcroft, and James Brixley. The undermentioned has been deprived of his Ticket:-   William Smith, for harbouring a runaway. Continuation of Extracts from the Voyage of H. M. S. Calcutta to Port Phillip, N. S. W. - One great fault was the Governor left his wife behind, and long before the voyage was at an end had   secured the affections of a fair wife, by displaying before her his high situation, and the absolute POWER which he was destined to possess. Thus he drew her from the youthful Lieutenant who had before revelled in her favour — she exchanged youth for age, she appeared after all to be very fond of power, in fact I believe she generally slept in the cabin, which one of the officers had given up for her and her husband'...

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SHIP NEWS ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

SHIP iH& NEWS* ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On tbe 23rd.— The brig Elizabeth, E. B. Old field Master, from Sydney, with a cargo consign «dio Thomas Williams, Esq. SAILED FROM THIS PORT. On tb«2Oth,-The Colonial schooner Rf»lf™- Thomas Young master, for Sydney, with 1,800 bushels of wheat on account of Thos. Williams, Esq., and a few sundries. Passengers.— Mr. Jon athan Griffiths, Capt. Jno. Taggart, Mr. Wm. H. Brown, Alexander Scott. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On the 20th— The Government brig Tower Capt. Taw, from Birch's Bay, with a cargo or sawed stuff. SAILED FROM UOBART TOWN. On the 19th-The ship Pj/ramta, Capt. Elder, for London, with 145 pieces blue gum, 1300 tre nails, 9 bags flour, 25 casks seal skins, 488 bales wool, 27 cwt. mimosa bark, 59 casks salted hides, 265 pieces cedar, 167 bales flax, 10 bundles of whalebone, 35 hhds. and 4 butts whale oil ; Kemp and Co. Agents. Passengers-Dr. Kay, Lieut. Vachell, Mrs. Jackson, and Ellen Norton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

To be Sold by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Lawicetton Hotel, on Thursday next, 27th intt; at 12 o'clock, A CAPITAL Horse, fit either for Saddle or Harness A Capita! Chaise and Harness, nearly new A quantity «f Saddlery pr An approved Bill at three months will be taken. Launceston, August 23rd, 1829. FOR SALE, or to be LET f™ * te«'m» 'the House and Premises opposite the Peni j tentiary. . . . Far particulars enquire on tbe premises. Augusfaaud. *sao. '??.' .^-. ...Jv IMPOUNDED, AT the Cocked Hat Hill, I large Cow, middle age, white back and belly, 'grizzle I lace, with a male calf about a week old by her I side, brands not visible. I If not taken away, and expences paid within fourteen days from this date, they will be sold at the Pound to defray the same. J. CDMM1NGS, Pound keeper. August 23rd, 1829. THE undersigned lias fur Sale anumber of STEERS, which he warrants to be as well ured as any in the island. The price, to prevent trouble, is£10 per pair. To any person wishin...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 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 Sreventing the JEgis of truth from confronting and issipating their power. We have seen by a Government Order, that the members of (he Legislative Assembly are appointed we hope that each man will hasten to his post at the first call. One of the first acts of this Assembly should be to amend the Law of W/ir&oM^np. because it has been very ciesny shewn by several late convictions that any settler who hires a man holding either a Certificate of Freedom or a Ticket of Leave, is liable to a severe fine if the said instrument should prove at any sub sequent time to be false or forged. 'I hat this is no exaggerated statement, several of our respectable inhabitants who have suffered under it can sufficiently testify. We urge this because, as the l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

Ten Pounds Reward* ON Saturday night last, some person or persons maliciously destroyed a cart, my propeity, at my farm, adjoining Mr. W. Barnes farm on the river Tamar, 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 of the offender or offenders. WILLIAM FIELD. Launceston, August 10th, 1829. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ALL persons having claims against the estate of Mr. Thomas Underwood of Laun ceston, are requested to furnish the undersigned {Trustees tor the Estate) with their accounts, on or before the 1st September next, funds being now realized to make a dividend as soon as the trust-deed is signed, and the claims are adjusted. T.G.SIMPSON. THOS. SCOTT. Launceston, August 3rd, 1829. CAUTION. I HEREBY caution the Public generally and my neighbours in particular, not to em ploy, nor yet to purchase any sawed timber of ...

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CONFESSIONS OF A JOURNEYMAN BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

CONFESSIONS OF A JOURNEYMAN BAKER. I Mr. Matoh was apprenticed, in the year 1702,. I to a person in Salisbury, who was miller, baker, ? &c, and who had some army eon ( racts ; he after. ? wards came to London, and entered the serriw I of a baker, whereon the first Sunday, he gotta* I itiat4*d into one branch of the business, that it, ? of managing the dinners sent to be baked. (Ai ? I was an liudermaii,' he says, * it became mvdntr ? to take I lip dishes out of the shop into the bake- ? house ; the aecfeiid hand, as the cant phrase it ^M shaves the meat {that is to say, cuts as much off H from each joint jbb he thinks will not be wised); H the foreman drains the water off', and pub (be H dishes into the oven until they require to be turn. H ed : after which, the liquid fat is drained off ? from each dish, and the deficiency is supplied H wiih water; this fat tithe masters perquisite!' ? Here is a pretty particular way of robbing Saudi; H dinners, as our friend Jonathan would...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. — ooo — August 17th,— James Reynolds being drunk and disorderly one month in the chain gang. Frederic Spellon, wifully destroying his master's provisions, one month in the chain gang on the reduced allowance.— (Assigned to J. W. Bell.) James Seut, and Samuel Long, (servants to Mr. Robert Ralston) neglect of duty, Sent reprimanded, Lone to work fourteen days in the chain gang. Joseph Presions, (servant to Mr. D. Ralston) neglect of duty, to be kept on bread and water seven days. John Donahoo absenting himself from his duty, six months in tbe chain gang. John Ives absenting him self from his duty as lamplighter, 25 lashes. Charles Hawkins for drunkenness, to be six weeks in the Penitentiary. Thomas Brooks and George Stubbs, stealing oats tbe proper ty of their master, to be sent to a penal settlement for three years. 18th. — Emanuel Robinson, abusing and. threatening to assault Thomas Ellington, reprimanded. 19th. — Turner Cullen, assaulting his master's female se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

MARRIED :— By special license on Tuesday     last, by the Rev. W. H. Browne, L. L. D., Thomas   Williams, Esq. Merchant, to Miss Mary Headlam,   eldest daughter of our respected, old Colonist   Mr. John Headlam.   Subscribers to the "Launceston Advertiser"     are respectfully, informed, that the annual sub-   cription will be £2 12s. Single Papers 1s each.   Unpaid quarterly in advance 10s per quarter.   Advertisements to Subscribers 6 lines and under   3s 6d. and 3d per line for all above 8 lines.   Non-subscribers 8 lines and under 5s.— all above   8 lines 3d per line. All Advertisements to be paid for before insertion.     Launceston: Printed by J. Fawkner, Jun.   Cameron Street.    

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 August 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by the undermentioned :— Sarah Yeoxley, William Elvidge, John Webber, Thomas Wells, and James Jackson. Thomas Hebben has been deprived of his Tick et of Leave for drunkenness and disorderly con duct on the 11th ultimo, and for prevarication on the 21st ultimo.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

tutertitlng to A£ricullurn/ittt.-~The market gar* I deners and other growtw ut early vegetables, I may perhaps make use tif the following expert. I menl. The crops growing ou salted ground, it I should be remembered, wry rarely suffer by frost I or sudden trautitiuiis iu ihe teuiperalure of the I atmosphere. ? In 1 827 a bed of early peas iu the garden of fl Richard frauds Esq., o( Droilwich, iu .Woto* H tershin , clearly ilemutisluued this important ? fact. Half tile bed had ueeu calted at the rate fl of twenty bushels an acre, the previous yi ai ; the ? peas growing ou the sailed' portion were gathered ? lull thiee weeks, before the others were ripe, and I yielded live or six times as much. H i-eyeudence of Sigltl upon {he Optic A'crvci.- ? Prom certain observations wade at the Hotel D,ea, H at Paris, M. Mdjendie is inclined to doubt the all* H solute necessity ol the optic nerves to vision. A H cuse there occurred iu which the optic wives H were gradually destroyed by a tumour, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

Cargo per ELIZABETH. THE undersigned has reoeired a most valuable cargo, per brig Elizabeth, which is now landing, and for sale at his stores, retail, and by the package, viz :— Fine flavoured Cognac brandy West India rum of very high proof Hollands in pipes and cases Taylor's double brown stout in wood and bottle Very superior Madeira in J casks Sherry and Port wine in bottle Collison's superior Cape wine in 4 pipes Bronte Madeira Fine hyson, Tonkay hyson, and byson-skin tea Isle of France and refined sugar Brazil tobacco English soap in 56lb. boxes An excellent assortment of iron, and cast iron curt boxes . Spring steel for carriages, blistered and shear 6teel Flint glass tumblers, wine glasses and decanters Canister gun-powder Fine table rice, curry-powder Blankets, slriprd shirts Mens' corduroy trowsers, fancy waistcoats^ Calicoes, prints, threads, (apes, and bobbin Welsh flannels, bandanna handken hiefs Cotton boxes, blmk silk for Indies' dresses Muslins and muslin handkerchief...

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EXTRACT FROM "THE CRUCIFIXION." Scene—The High Priest Sacrificing to MOLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

EXTRACT. J?HOM« THE CRUCIFIXION.' (An Original Point.) Scene— The High Priest Sacrificing to Moloch. Again hf struck the altar dire, Which Hushed flames of sulph'rous fire; JJp knell and muttered then a spell Which shook the brazen gates of hell. The moon grew black, the stars withdrew, Atf0'' -he thunder loudly roll'd The vivid lightnings gleam'd more blue, Glar'd brighter .fan, and swifter flew O'er hill and dreary wold : Agai' the dun deer left her den, The wolf how I'd loudly through the glen, I The hoarse wind whibtled loud and shrill Andscourg'd to foam each pool and rill, And Moi.ocu's altar-stone Shook and totter'd on the hill, It shook, but not alone, - For earth's foundations firm did shake, And vale and mountain, sea and lake, Did from their centres groan. It se'ei»HJ afe 1Ftht- earth had tost Its balance, and by winds wai toss'd. It seem'd the elements had jarr'd And now for thirst of vengeance warr'd, Loud cries rebounded thro' the air. As if the fiends ofliell were the...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 August 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. Tin1 undermentioned have obtained Tickets of leave ; — j FurnisK Gruff. Benjamin Jackson, Henry Mam. mrtt, Willinnt Wucnull, alia« Mitchell, Willian Cnniiiiuh m, Manin CaU««l)an., M«ifrarn,W'l8. nus. Mn. th « Jolin«on, Tlionms Milki-U, jB|ue| M-co-, Ji'remwb.JrJjnpm, \WV!B1Bi«'itli, j^. Hi'inv Johiifiiout-, Charles £anm-] Savor*. 1'hi- Lieuienani Oovttnor has lieen pluisi-d (0 a|)|iri)vv pf, the following Oiliriol »rri»n^m-tits. till tlie |$|ca«ufe uf tiie Uitll tioiiorouU' -n(. ^ retary of -tate hf kiioun : — ? ' : W. H. Hamilton, E-q. to tie Coilerlor -if inter, nal Be»enup, and. * M.jnber orj.hjel.and Suurd vice*dw»Vd DuiriBrebu, &-q. C^VV i ? Edward Dumar«Hi, fesq.to beVoliceMagifitrato and Coroner at Mew Norfolk, vice W. U. Hami|. ton, Esq. Government has et this present time one hnn* dred vessels of different dpfiiriptinns onthe-(oik( m the following places :— Oiplford 6 ; Wooiirirh IO, one of which is a ship of 120 guns, fli.d huh. ther a...

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