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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

&o &Qtvi¿yoyfoe\\t#. Wn Ixt-... _._ We hope netft week to bring up aJLarrears; hi the mean time' we repeat our thanks to this numerous and valuable class of our ," friends.

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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[FROM THE TIMES.] On reading the Account of the Coronation of Charles X. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

; [FROM ..TUB TI,ME9.] » . .. ^ '-^X'* On reading the Account of the' Coronation of Charles X. O these are pretty delusions all ! " " Baubles and toys for children's play ; '" But the trumpery fabric will soon fall, ' v And the fresh winds sweep these follies away. ' Do you think that man, when he stands erect, In wisdom firm, and in virtue free, Will a day endure, or an hour respect) This fond and foolish mummery ? A time will1 come, when the locks of grey, And the simple garb of an aged man, More power shall wield, more love shall sway, Than this proud and pompous pageant can. When he who speaks in a people's name, Tho' his .dress as plain as a shepherd's be, Shall chase afar-shall whelm in shame, Such silver'd, sickening vanity.

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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To the EDITOR, of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

To the EDITOR, of the COLONIAL TIMBS. SIR,-It was with much surprise that 1 ob- served an article in the Government Gazette, latt week, recommending the Aborigines to the notice of the Government of this Island, as I had concluded in common with most of my neighbours, that every possible means had been tried to civilize this degraded race, and that it was ultimately found to be of no «vail. 1 received this impression, from the recollection of the Meeting that was called some time since on'this very subject, and from the knowledge I had of the great pains and trouble taken by the Rev. R. Mansfield and others, in promoting this mbst desirable object,*the different plans proposed, and the one approved, the vote of thanks unanimous- ly given to Messrs. Bedford and Mansfield, for their assiduity in the business, and above all, from the actual .appointaient of an itfdi vidnal, considered every way qualified to Instruct and conciliate these miserable peo- ple. Now, judging from the Governm...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

To the EpiToa of the COLONIAL TIMES, SIR,-It is with much pleasure that I have observed, through the medium of the Colo- nial Times, that you have afforded the lovers Qf the turf some prospects of Haces being established in Van Diemen's Land ; and as there is no amusement tiiat affords so much gratification to the mind, or so beneficial to the Colony so long as it is conducted with moderation and respectability), lam induced to remaik, that Van Diemen's Land affords a soil and climate so congenial to the breed of horses, that it is superior to any in the world; andaby proper attention, from vaiious obser- vations 1 made, during a residence of three years .in Calcutta, they will become an ani- mal ¿f great and profitable export to all parts of india. I have further to observe, that some persons may imagine, in a coun- try colonized as this is, that horse racing Will tend to immoraiize the Public; but surely the example shewn in New South Wale*, where it has received such counte- nanc...

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Laurceston News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

Uauncmon Netow. . We have received no information of'im* portance from the other side the Island this week.-The Rev. Mr. HUTCHINSON, We«. leyan Missionary, is orderedto Tonga ; arid Mr. E>ii LOVELL officiates until the arrival of the Hev. Mr. HORTON^ from Syahey.-Mr. M'KTNNON lately detected four of the un- happy men, who are about to undergo the extremest sentence of the law, in an attempt to escape. They bad cut their irons.-A Circular had been sent to the Cornwall Ma gLstrates, enquiring as to the Orphans in that ounty.-The statements in the Government Gazette, as to the exertions of Mr. DIRK, are contradicted in our Launceston Letters.

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES.     SIR,.-A very ingenious scheme, or rather a novel mode of arresting for debt, has been successfully adopted in the interior. A con- stable (a prisoner) accompanied by the com- mon flogger of the District (who had the au- dacity to pass himself off for a soldier in His Majesty's 40th Regiment), presents a War- rant from a Magistrate to bring the master of the house before him for an assault. It is obeyed of course. On the arrival of the par- ties before him, the Magistrate denies the war rant, no complaint of the kind having been made. But the constable is sworn in spe- cial on the spot, and the individual thus de- coyed is immediately seized for debt, and another person, possessing great power and influence, takes upon himself to withhold from the prisoner the privilege of a change of linen, or of an interview with a friend. It seems connected with a system of perse- cution, directed to one man, which I cannot compreh...

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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

vu H vi- Tw .? (OtigittJil $ùî$é*pùiïtt$ntf To ii«? EDITOR of the CoLof(i4p,'ÇWBS.. ^¿Sro^AsV^^ v^órld, rthrough thW ^rtunes.jiri?as ambiguous, a light as; the worst' of enmity would admit, dome the'-ju'slipe'to . state,; through ..the ;Same: medium^ for, the;iu-; formationof the Public, fvthátnptwithstüiid-^ ing trie suddenness -of my misfortuiio, and; consequently oUilíookedifor; seizure of jfche keys of .the 'Military, chest, that V ttqard has subsequently counted the\Publie balance, late' iii- my charge, aud that it is^proven...that.the; confidence, repose.d in, rae has. notbeen* abü^ed."r I am,, Sir, yourhumble, servant, . , P. ROBERTS. Hopart,Town, Feb. 1,4, 1826. [Wè have inserted the above, as request- ed ; but we disclaim the " enmity'1* spoken of. We are never actuated by such base feelings.-ED.]

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

$*i» isrm>0» ' 'Arrived yesterday,- the schooner Darling, Capt. Dowsett, from Launceston. vArrived on Wednesday the ship Medway, Capt. ¡Wight, from Sydney, having ou board the remamder.of tim head-quarters of the 40th Regiment.-Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Assistant Commissary General Moodie, Mr. "E. KSmithj and Mr. Wright; Capt.-Moore, -Lieut. Miller, audaboutl5 of the 40th Regt. Band included. The brig Jahn, Captain Griffin, will sail for Sydney, on Sunday._ Price of Bread-Gd. per Loaf. 'Sitting Magistrate-Riv. R. Knopwood, M.A. fe"

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

To tive EDITOR of the COLONIAL ¿TIMES. Siitj-^I.n these awful times, when licen- tiousness so much prevails, i think it right to forward you a statement of a few of the levijs attributable to the V Licentious Press." The non-existence qf a» Orphan School. The resignation of the Organist of St. David's Church.-^Many indigent individuals have been enabled to^put seed in the ground, and to reap the present 'luxuriant harvest, from a sale which took .place three weeks ago, at the Commissariat $tore.-The resignation of the (late Clerk of the Court.-The correct- ness of the Government beam used in weigh- ing tobacco.--The prevalence of smut in the present crops.-The miserable state of the streets and roads.-The circumstance of fees being exacted from shipping visiting this Colony (head-money and tonnage dues) nut paid at ¡syduej.-«The Aborigines of this Island possessing'more barbarous habits than those of New South Wales.-The circumstance of the Bank of Van Diemen's Land being en- abled ...

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FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. To the EDITOR of the AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. -000-. s To-the EDITOR of the AUSTRALIAN. SIR,-If you have the goodness to insert in your Paper the following reply to the ob- servations of Mr. Robert Howe, iii his Ga- zettes ot the 12th and 16th instaut, you wil^ oblige your humbie servant, HLNRY FULTON. Mr. Robert Howe, Printer of the Sydney Gazette, has, without any regard to truth, public utility or personal feeling, endeavour- ed to hold up the Magistiates of this district to public scorn, by asserting that our deci- sions have not been judicious; that they have often been illegal ; that we condemned per- sons to clearing gangs-and that we are not possessed of any means of obtaining legal knowledge, being always destitute of law books.-I think this statement may be fairly deduced from what he has said in his paper of the 12th instant, concerning clearing gangs. We really have,acted always accord- ing to the best ot our judgment, without pai tiality or hypocricy ; we were always pos- sessed of a Ruin's Jus...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIM es. SIR,-It is truly ridiculous and laughable the childish position the Government Ga- zette has taken to prove the diabolical in- fluence your Times has on this community, and endeavountig to make it appear, that bushranging, with all its concomitants, must thrive from your strictures. What will be supposed, if Blady should see such and such a line, the marvellous writer asks ? He might as well say, what will Mrs. Grundy think of this! The Govt. Gazette writers maycoutinue to ring this change, but they are only laugh- ed at for such a weak and foolish assump- tion. Brady, without the slightest refer- ence to political or controversial proceed- ings, veiy^ naturally disliked confinement and privations, and attempted, and effected his escape, thus rendering himself doubly obnoxious to the laws of his country; sUch a life could only be supported by plunder, and being enabled to pursue his course with impunity, was an encouragement to others si- milarl...

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To the Proprietors of ifie Bank of Van Dismen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

To the Proprietors of ifie Bank of^lfan Vie* men*» Land. , ' " ',*' < ? ' ?* o__ UENTLFMEN, " j f .' " ^Vl I beg leave to .offer "ïnyseU\a Candidate for the Office of Solicitor Ho your Establish-^ ment, y'acaiit hythe Dissolution^fmy;lat^ Co-partnership, and to solicit vthOiFavftr/qiFi i your Votes and# Interest. -I ami'lGentiëtà'en, ' jr our very obedient sei \ant, <? &Jfflift' ä - . Ai

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

2£»0U$& N*&$» The Honorable E. BATHURST, youngest son of Earl Bathurst, is appointed a Commis- sioner of the Victualling Board, vice Mr. R. W. HAY, appointed Under Secretary of btate. The Attorney-General of England has given his opinion, " that if any person wan-1 tonly maims any animal, eithei by setting sa- vage dogs at it, or otherwise, he is liable to seven years' transportation." A Gentleman of Cambridge, who is skil« led in the science of experimental Chemistry, and also of Mechanism, has brought to per- fection a Time-keeper, so simple in its con- struction, that its whole movement consists of only one common wheel and a lever, which act by a chemical process, which may be ap pled as necessity may requiie. This ingeni- ous piece of mechanism will neither require the operation of winding or cleaning. In one of the hot-houses in the Botanical gardens at Kew, there is a shoot from the willow that sweeps over and shades of Bona- parte's grave, at St. Helena. Afte...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1828. The Venerable the Archdeacon has an- nounced his intention of holding his visitation on the 2d March. Many important consider- ations are connected with this subject, which, we trust, the Archdeacon will not altogether overlook. We have been long endeavouring to shew, that the Assistant Chaplain resident here, has very materially misunderstood the peculiar situation which he holds. It will be part of the Archdeacon's duty, we appre- hend, to fully explain this-not more in or- der to do away with doubts and difficulties, which of course will all vanish before the expression of his high authority, than for the sake of the Reverend Gentleman himself, who, we are well convinced, has acted alto- gether under the impression that his rights are materially different to what they are ge- nerally understood to be. It will be perhaps not entirely out of place, to go back a little on this occasion ; and to refer to the Act of Parliament fo...

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Sydney Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

Sydney Intelligence By the Medway, we have received Letters and Newspapers to the 4th instant. There had been no recent arrivals from Europe.   Colonel THORNTON, 40th Regt., proceeds to England, on leave of absence. It was   understood at Sydney, that his principal r reason for not accompanying his Regiment to Van Diemen's Land, was, that as being   senior in Military Rank to Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR, some little clashings might   arise, which might be productive of   unpleasant feelings. Mr. Edwardson, an old Naval Officer, who was lately appointed Deputy Harbour Master and Pilot at Sydney, died on the 2d instant. He was universally respected. The St. Michael, Captain FORBES, has   returned from the wreck of the Valetta,   bringing with her every thing valuable which could be removed.   A large party of Colonists entertained Major GOULBURN at Dinner, on the 2d, at the &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 17 February 1826

(Äoöcritmmt tentation** . \ rçpHE ARCHDEACON, having signified to the JL LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, in Writing, his Intention of holding his Visitation, in the Church of St. David's, Hobart Town, on Thursday, the 2d of March next, at Eleven o'clock, in the Foienoon, His EXCLXLENCY is pleased to require the Attendante of the Clergy, and all other Persons connected with the Celebration of Divine Worship and Care of-EecIesiasticäl Edifices, and to render to the. Archdeacon such Information as he may equire on all Spiritual and Secular Concerns of the Church.         ^tfa^iEfaXEKAN* GOVSRSJDR, parposejLbe \ng prient on this Occasion,' and he feels" assured the Military and Civil Officers in the Colony will cheerfully avail themselves of an Opportunity of evincing their Respect for an Ordinance which has'been specially directed to be observed by His Majesty. - THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been un- der the Necessity bf suspending JOSEPH TICE GE...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 24 February 1826

SHIP NEWS Sailed on Sunday last for England, the ship, Andromeda, Captain Muddle, having on board a full cargo of Colonial pi oduce, consisting of 315 bales of wool, 80 tons of mimosa bark. 104 casks of mimosa »extract, 10 cáskaofseat skiïis, 8 casks of cattle hides, 1400 kangaroo skins, near 2000 slips whalebone, 134casks of elephant and black oil, &c.- Passengers, Mr. Robert Bethune, Mrs. Bisdee and two children, Mrs. Hammond and child, Dr. Ham-   ilton, Mr. Walton, and Mr. Mumfoid. This vessel will, we understand, go direct, so that she is expected to reach England before the Denmark Hill. Ariived on Friday last, trie sloop Sames, Mr. Parten, master, from Launceston, with wool, &c. j-ame day the new Government schooner Despatch,of 20 tons, fiom Macqua- rie Haibour, wheie she has been lately built. Sailed on Tuesday last, for Port Jackson, the hi ig John, with upwards of 500 sheep. Passengers, Mr. J. Roberts, supercargo, Mrs. Howe,*Mi. Appleton and fam...

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Launrrston News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 24 February 1826

Launceston News On Thursday, arrived the schooner Gover- nor Arthur, Captain Hassell, from Sydney in 4 days, with a general cargo for the owner, James H. Reibey, Esq. who, with his sister, came passengers in her.-By this vessel, we have received Letters aud Newspapers to the 12th instant, we believe excusively, the con- tents of which will be found detailed under the proper head. On Friday, the five unhappy men, sentenced at the last Launceston Sessions, suffered death. Passmore and Barker are reprieved. Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR, accompa- nied by the Venerable Archdeacon SCOTT and Captain LOCKYER, arrived on Saturday, with a cavalcade of about 16 Horses. They were saluted by the Fort guns. There were no il- luminations. Captain Lockyer has expressed much satisfaction at the little impiovements which Government has made upon his house and grounds. We mention in another place, that a man had confessed the murder of~Mr. M'Craw. It appears, that two men have been apprehend- ed near La...

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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 24 February 1826

ißo&turi$t. I A rumour was'generally circulated yester« day, which v*e were mrable to trace to any authentic source, that one of our most valu- able Colonists, Mr. LAURENCE, had been sub- jected to a most heavy calamity, in conse- quence of an attack from the bush-rangers. We were in hopes that this rumour was un- founded ; but at a late hour last night, infor- mation was brought to us, which it was in- tended that wo should have received earlier, but which, from some unaccountable cause, was conveyed elsewhere, although expressly forwarded for us, that the report is too true. -It appears, that on Monday, a party of bush- rangers, 14 in number, all mounted, arrived at Mr. Laurence's Estate, at the Luke River, shot his Superintendant dead, burnt down his house, and the standing corn taking fire, the whole was destroyed. They took with them 4 horses ; and Mr. Laurence's loss is es- timated at not less thaii £ 1500.

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Euglish News. COURT OF CHANCERY—JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 24 February 1826

2£tt0li$f) Itou)*» ? COURT OF CHANCERY-JULY 11. The English Newspapers-having entertain- ed their readers with a variety of remarks on the subject of Mr. Brougham's appearance in the Court of Chancery, we have endeavoured to "abridge the best report, which we find in The Times of the 12th of July. Mit. ABERNETHY AND THE LANCET. ABERNETHY V. KNÎGHT AN» LACEY. Owing to the announcement in the public Erints, and otherwise, that this case, which as^excited so much interest, would be^this day argued, the Court was much crowded at an early hour. The «public curiosity was raised still higher, by the -statement that Mr. Biougham would be present, and would ad- dress the Court in favour of the proprietors of the Lancet. At the sitting of the Court Mr. Brougham was in attendance, and took his seat amongst the Barristers, behind the King's Counsel. The Lord Chancellor took his seat at an earlier hour than was usual, .and the case was immediately proceeded wilh. The SOLICITOR-GENERAL, as leadin...

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