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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

THE LAUKCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JUNE 28. The Hpbart Town Mail on Saturday brought a variety of interesting -and important intel ligence. ?English new has been received via Sydney to the 22nd July. Her Majesty it is announc ed ' was again ' in an interesting conditioa.' Lord Cardigan had been acquitted on some technical quibble of the law. The Ameri can boundary dispute had been revived; Sir W. Colesorth bad succeeded Sir John Hervey in the ^Government of New Bruns wick. From China the news extends to tbe'25th March. The operations of the ifleet were be ing proceeded with, where another temporary truce was proclaimed. The guns of the fleet are now brought to bear TipoiTCanton, and the Governor of that city kad issued a proclama tion in. the usual, bombastic style, threatening.if the rebellious foreignersstill dared to cailse dis turbances, 'lie would in* person lead the celes tial troops,; and foremost in the van of %atde^ with strenuous efforts would sweep them away !' If the reader...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

Sfiip Jttatffi To LONDON, by Peter Proctor, tin the 10th July. To PORT PHILLIP, via GEORGE TOWN, on Wednesday, at 10 o'clock. .. St. John E. Browne, Postmaster.

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ADDRESS OF HIS EXCELLENCY THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR TO THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Council Chamber, 19th, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

ADDRESS OF BIS EXCEtLENCV ?THE LIE0TENANT-GOVEENOB TO T&A LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. .. ; Council Chamber, 19fA,.1841. (jENTLEMEN, It is gratifying to me to meet you on the present opportunity; and 1 nfn happy to add, that it will be in my power, after o shorter Session than usual, to release you from those, duties, which you have( on all occasions, so ably .discharged. I. have, indeed, but few measures to brinfj under your attention; and, . of these, the general objects' have already been an nounced in the Gazette. ' It appears, therefore; not to. ibe necessary that I should occupy your |attention with anv details rcsDectinc them. '. There are, however, two or three points of general in* terest to the Colony, upon which I am desirous of-mak- ing a few observations. Of these, the first importance are, the measures now in course of being carried into effect to promote Immigration. ' At an early date, this community may reasonably expect to receive a considerable accession to its nu...

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Launceston Shipping list ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

llauncestott Shipping &fet ARRIVALS. June 22,-t-Schooner Thomas Crisp, 175 toh», Bond, master, from Sydney; Eddie and Co., agents. Pas seDgerCX-Messrs. Exton and Kelly. June 22. — Schooner Edward, 60 tons, Rowland, master, from Circular Head ; Henty and Co., agents. 1 bull, 10 rams, Henty and Co. 'June 22.— Schooner Water Witch, Jacohs. master, from Port Sorell; J. Down and Co., agents. 20 tons pota toes, l.keg earthenware, 80 spokes, 2 naive*, 100 kanga roo skiriB. Passengers, — Mr. and Mrs. Burke, M. Kennedy. . June 25 ? Brig Benry Boyle, 207 tons, Griffiths, master, from South Australia; Kerr and Co., agents. Part of original cargo from Liverpool . Passengers,— G. B. Cochran, Esq., Robert and Mary Diggles, Robert Stumbles. DEPARTURES. June 23 ? Schooner Challenger, 81 tons; Robertson, master, for Port Phillip; Connolly ,& Co., agents. Passengers, — Messrs. Stockdale, Newton, Mrs. Kirby, Mr. Lonsdale, Thomas Watson, George Burgess. ' 'vjJ'. June 2b ? Steamer,, Cois...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

'The Pacha's 'Ways and Means.'— The Pacha has been lately settinghis own licenses (or appaltos) up to auction as usual. The sole privilege of selling the intoxicating nrenaration of hemD. termed hasheesh (which good Mussultnuns take when they want to become in spired,' preparatory to a holy dance) was knocked down for']'! purses {55t.) It is also said that the dancing girts are to be let loose again in consideration of the eppalto which they yield, and by which the Pacha (fol lowing the example of the Pope) formerly realized con siderable sums. The priests applied in the year J 835' to have the 'profession' put down. The Pacha granted their request, but obliged them to pay the appalto, which they have done with great grumbling ever since.''. . .. ?. : How many men have commemorated the wa king sensations of their fellow-men after a night's debauch 1 yet' at the same time I am not aware Of1 any one having Tierfiectly conveyed even 'a' pass ing likenets to ihe mingled throb of sensati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

Executors of A. X.enn v. ABeverid^e. TO BE SOLD BlTpDBiic AUCTION, Mr. J. c. 'frnderwoed, On the premised occupied byfejohh Archer, CBmeron^ireet* on THURSDAY «ext, the 1st of July at 12 oeloclc precisely, binder distraint for ff^OliTV s! Y n8ame ^e Previo's'y arranged, gTORTY-SIX Bags of Flour ?-1 Nine Casks of Pork About seven tons of Hay Three tons 6T Potatoes Two hundred bags of Oats. Terms— Cash. feSTATE OI^HItlSLEIGH, On the George Town Hood, within 3 miles of Launcesto*. TO BE SOLD BY~PUBLIC AUCTION, By Mr. J. C. Underwood, At the Royal Exchange Rooms, on WEDNES DAY, the 14th day July next, at two o'clock' pre cisely, or immediately after the sale of Lavenham HPHE MANSION HOUSE, and about 82 acres ??? of Land, known as HILLSLEIGH, having large frontages on the George Town Road, and de vided into numerous paddocks. The House is substantially built of stone, and fatted up with every convenience fora large and res pectable family, coniaining Drawing and Dining Kooms, Nursery, St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 28 June 1841

'?' ' 'i.;.,;^»k!;.,-:,- 'Begrftoi4nfoi4n hife Mefids ailil' t'He {-*i«Iic that HIS ?BENEFIT will tale place . Oh T«TBS3i AT, tlie 29th JOne, : ' ' ? ,.! .11: ?*.--:-5i'i-'. ' i I : jjjr ; :; ' ' .V, '.'..?.,. MR. ^iftt^, He mil be assisted %y the V'eUbfaieU Necroiharicer tfitirelllng, Mr. Lowell Courtier. A Variety of Gorriic Singing -by Mr. ~Ei: The instrumental tiffl^rtment JriUbe ang merited and assisted by the Cornopean. Tickets ~3&: each;: Boors open at halfrpast '? Six, commenBe stSeven precisely ; ? ,;.- r-fti — ;? ? ?=:.'? ???? — - — ?? — --?? ,---: '1 ?' ?-' -?? WANTED.— By a Man «nd his Wife-situations' in a family, either in Townioif Country; The. man s would make himself generally useful, and. has no objection to take fcharge of a borae and car\. The woman would act either as Cook or Laundress. Good references can be given. Apply at this office, June 23rd, 1841. ... - - ? '??? '?'-'? ?' ??=? ??? ' -? -:' - ?- 'i 7 ?;'-- T^O^r'QiE. % . y^EBy^GtVEN*. that/Walter J...

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POSTRY. WOMAN'S FAITH [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

POETRY. woman's faith No tear bedimu'd her azure eye, _ Herbrow-noiBorrpw^ore, ?/ ;. .,;.'?? :Her bosom fceavefl not with a sigh, '? Her cheek ho sadness bore ; ;'.?'.,. . But though such -stgns we saw not there, .By many a si leaf token,- ' ?''??'- Alas I Ihe.beautifiinuhe, fair, o K . ; We knew tier heart was broken, ;?-.» At the first glance the flow'ret may, Look blooming in its pride. But, ah I its fading leaves so gay, A gnawing worm may hide; And though she never told her grief, ? ' Nor of 'it had she Spoken, The -first seem'd like a blighted leaf, Arid-then her heart was, 'broken. Lonely she used to roam along. Away from noise and folly, And loved to hear the nightly song, Of plaintive melancholy ; . ' She joined not in our scene's of mirth, This was the faithful token, Although the fairest gem of earth, Within her heart was broken.. The rosebud fading still may live, Though injured by the blast But, ah I it cannot, 'Cannot thrive, Its stem must bend at last, Thus did the fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

I ? Tor X.ONDON, direct. i '''???$!£& '-$#$? deiAeb1r;a packet, ,t, I ' jgJTOj'&i'B-GoBB, commander* 300 tonsburthen I -taiEjSS&P having nearly all her cargo on board, I Iq^m ar)d room for a few bales of wool only, , I will sail early in July. . ' ' e- ' t, I ' For TTr^htor Passage; early application is neces-^ I saryto '?,.?, ,- . ? ?.. '?? , ' ' ' I .? 'i .: WILLIAMS, CAMPBELL, & CO., i I ??-? ? . pr - .? ? - ' ; I i i CONNOLLY &: CO, . . .., ????] I 7uneI9th. I ^ Tor Portland Bay. *iK THE Jast-sailing Ai., li Schooner MI ; -2«|m. : NEEVA, 110 tons, James F^wthkop, I 'afe&flSiP'' Commander, willcoramence loading for EgSsSP the above v Port, immediately on her ; arrival, and will te dispatched about the 20th instant. For freight or passagej -apply to :-. : B ' . ? ? HENTY&Co. Launceston, Jurie 2. '.-; ',?''''?' , ',' '?' .. _, -.,, . ...,,. , Ifor Melbourne. , ' ,;; / - ife»: THE Schooner CHALLENGER, 1.0O «8mL tons, '.Robertso...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

.Sljfo Msil»- '.' ?'' ' : To PORT PHILLIP, via GEORGE TOWN, ?.? oni Wednesday, at 10 o'clock. To LONDON, by Peter; Proctor, on the 10th July ; by Demerara Packet, on the 13th. ?-? To SYDNEY, by Dusty Miller, on 6th instant . ' -??;.' St! John E. Bbowne, Postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

JmBHUV K&6ll^1&-NHIH 1NNL f o; ?? »;j; ' . ?. '.:?, — ? — - ; r.\ V '?? ' '?'?' '-?'?' ?FOR THE; BENEFIT OF Mr. Powell Courtier. ? -ON : ? ? ' ' ' ' : Monday Evening, 5th Mly, On which occasion, for the first time in the Colony will be introduced the XKIBCBAXnG AIm THEATRE Of ARTS. THE PLAY OF THE 'CHILDREN IN THE WOOD,' The whole of the characters are sustained by figures, every figure will perform the part as natural as life. Mr. P.C. assures his friends that the rooms.shall Be' fitted' up in a superior manner, and none will be admitted except by tickets. ? Tickets 3s. each ; may be purchased from Mr. Cozens, Chemist; Mr. Miller, Pastrycook; Mr Grant's, Plough Inn; and Mr. Powell Courtier, at the Brittania Tavern. NO WHERE ELSE. FOR SAKE, OR TO LET. THISsplendidMARSH PROPERTY at present fit for the reception of 2000 Sheep for. the Winter. ? A House- and Yards have been erected, three paddocks are in Cultivation, containing 74 acres;, one paddock in grass, 90 acres....

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THE LAUNCESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

THE LAU^CESTON COURIER. MONDAY, JULY 5. .'. The following is a Notice recently issued by; the Superintendent of Convicts, with the view, of carrying; but the intentions of Her Ma jesty's Government, in respect to the assignment of prisoners. PRINCIPAL . SUPERINTENDENT'S DEPARTMENT. June 4th. — The Principal Superintendent notifies for general information that, with a view of carrying out the objects of Her Majesty's Government with respect : Assignment, he has been directed' by the Lieutenant-: Governor not to render any further Convict Mechanical Assistance; and he therefore, hereby intimates to all private individuals now having Convict Mechanics on; lioan, that they must 'be prepared to return such Con victs to Government on the expiration of the several periods for which they are now lent The Principal Superintendent further notifies, with reference to all applications for Assigned Servants for agricultural purposes, that it will be absolutely neces sary For the parties applying...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

TPpre Hereford' Eull. ' ',,?..„ At the yards;/)f ^^'..^11103.. jJope^ on $ REDA;?, ? tHe i6tn*iristtint, at 12 6'clocV, witnbut,resex»e, . ,|J.-' .'.If. T'-JV-iq^jjSdlSi -.???6. -i'tf! ??»..! MW. Three-months creditoh ah1ap'br6'yecl 'endorsed teili. . THoaoiroa-BasD ao&ss, TO BE SOLD 'BiYPUBLIC AUCTION, B;rJWr.J.«. Underwood, At-the^|Lra^of^. Briifon Jones, -on FRIDAy, ', the l6tKtnstahC&t 1& ojclock precisely, mHAT ^BUJcnown Ilotse.QQLVFlU DER, JL brecT'by Edmund Bryant, Esq., sire. Peter Finn; dam.Pet;.1 !. Pet1 was got by Bolivar but of Whizgig, both imported. ' ?:-:; Terms— 3 months credit on an approved endorsed ....... bills. : Household Furniture, &.«. i; .; '[ TO BE SOLD BY^PUBLIG AUCTION, By lttr. J. C. Vnderwoodi ;, ' On the premises known as the Flope and Anchor, Wellington-street, on FRIDAY, the 9thunetant, at one o'clock. precisely, by order .of the assignee qt Mr. Jacks'1 .estate, ? '. ? : ... , ; ?,...- ^pHE whole oMhe Household Fubiitu...

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PORT PHILLIP EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

PORT P&IfcMP EXTRACTS:' v/i Toww PBorERTV.— Yesterday, .the .Yarra House,. %[ uated in Flinders-street, was knocked down, to Mr. 3. P. Fawkner, by the Auction Company. ior^UfcOf^rp 'Sihis bv ' Aocijjipii:— Yest^raay, ^Wi-.;3»6wer held a sale of CaUle^athis^yanlii-nSar the Flag Staff. Co«m and Peifijrs fjro«gh,tic-n:4flaverage£528iiBerhead,*'!11 tat Bullocks £8 per head;_ ? _ ?-.-. .. . ..2fa;Nea'Jour^.+Q,wW^BeBday,\tye^j^M}fr \. and John ^Comby^came'.be'fore.tl(e^)opj'J^nch^W^ lj thpir sureties- to entetihtd'the bond ofiesOpe'ach jip^ , theinewip1aper:act;i THe'afflaiwtr6fTOeBBrs?1Bhaiily»na, -. M'Comby-iettifdrth 1 thatthey are ^1^501111 prbpnelois1 ; iof iataew'JDurbaliWi 2)S« .meekh/Wree^Prfisa.',' Oneoftte isureties, not hgyjngrbeen,noti|3|«dito:the-bench,,«sijreri jqilired by the act, the matter.Bjpoc; oyer to asub^eqfiejit t rive3 jn cuV' province -from Sydney,*ihas.-pQm'medcw fltfteraiibpsfor, tjjfcer^ctibh of aflpuir%iUi;at'th-JunctS0^ ibf'ihe Werti -Creek and Yttr»;...

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CHRISTENING OF THE PRINCESS. February 10, 1841. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

CHRISTENING OF THE PRINCESS. /'' ;' . . February 10, 1841.. .. .., , Thjs. ceremony; was -in fevery /respect what in Court., parlance is .called 6taje—thal is to say,: all-the splendour and resources gf the; Itoyal' Household: were put in re quisition, and the same fonns and .etiquette were ob served as when the Queen performs; any public act as Sovereign. The sponsors were .the Queen Dowager, ; the Duchess of (ilpucester.theJJuchess of Kent, ibe King bf the Belgians, th.'e-. Duke of Sussex, arid; the Duke of Saie, Coburg and. Gotha, ,wlio:appbared:by prpxy, the pr^xyJbeingitheiWukerof -WellingtoHi '^ThteT Queen Dowager, the-King-of the Belgians,'the Duchess of Kent, and the Duchess, pf Gloucester, were seated in frontof the Archbishop, and facing the ialtar; -the. Duke of Sussex and the- Duke' of Wellington being opposite to the Queen ^nd Prince Albert,;and thusUhefwbole group formed a square, of which the font was the centre.' The Duke of Cambridge, Prince-, Georgejof Cambridge an...

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FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

???:.?.;?' ;-*Ai^()NS;F^R;'FE^H^^^-;;v;fi' . .Velvet is at this moment the iavourite material in {be I fashionaWe eWorld,;, whether for.. bDnnets,:|xrieiw#;i. or ' ijresse3i iof the Jatter, many iremade with 6tai»/orjia*6 I laceBouncesend »^nii7to. on the bodies; iwateredBilfes I find satins, «efoirf«s, are' also trimmed lirithiBIackiffcei I redingoles nave two frows of ? buttops.dpwn the -frontv 'the j velvet bodies are again worn this season; an blatki^reen, j or violet, with short Ssleevea trimmed withlaoe, and wS£h ] muslin skirte embrdidered, or with three flounces of 1 )ace; as also with crape skirt6; having three: ^folds. of \ velvet of .the -..colour of;..: ihe corsage, -j . There 'is j no particular change in the make of dresses-; the small short sleeves are much. lorHaraented. and locaVqnUch ? used; it is CQDfeidered the .Idng tight sleeve jb already ' losing favour! die newest form-how making inuParis-is : tight from the- wrist to the elbow,. and *hen gradually \ enlarges...

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ILLUMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

ILMJMINATIONS. . ' Although a general illumination had been spoken of, the principal devices exhibited last night were the follow ing:— The Italian Opera' Mouse— 4 superb illumination, consisting of the initial-letters of her Royal Highness the Princess. Royal, P. R., of a largesiee.inpure white) amps; supported by a rich 'scroll work oi gold colourec amps, each letter being .encircled by large wreaths of laurel, beautifully gemmed with ruby-coloured lamps the ends of the wreaths -also encircling an immense lin-' perialrcrpwn of variegated lamps, which surmounted the whdiel''5' ' '' . . '. ? '' ; Covent-garden Theatre.— A magnificent Imperial projecting crowivsupported by the initial letters P;. R. if a large size, the wlicile in brilliant gas. . i The Haymarket Theatre— The initials P. R. in gold coloured lamps. ?'??''? ?'??'?? --: ?' ?? ? - ? -???' '? 'Adclpbi Theatre— A splendid star of the order of the Order pf the Garter of peculiar radiance, in brilliant gas. . Mr. Collins, Pi...

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Launceston shipping List ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

ILflunceston g-?)ipMita Hfet * arrivals! June 28.— Schooner ?WMlrWahih, 63 tons,- Haraing,' master, from iPort Phillip ; : Fisher, agent Passengers, IThdm'as'.Gay'' v '?'?,;''?' ' ' '?'','. , ,.'.,,'?. v ., :,'' ? yioife 28.'i-iBchooner Dusty MOler.'QO tons, Sanders. ' imastfrr, from J»ort Phillip ; Guillan, agent; -PassBngers,' Mrs. Brown and 5 children; 'Mr. and Mrs. Eastbn, and' 2 children, James Lambert, Stephen Robinson, George Hayes: i ' ? ?? ? » June 28.— Barque LaSt/'Emma, 135 tons'; Buckland, master, from Port Phillip; J. Raven, agent Passen gersj— Mr. and Mrs. Raven, Miss iGilles, Miss' Reeves, Hon. Talbot, , Messrs.; Clarke, ,A,Ufep,v Hay, Bcnnettjr and Thomson. . ? ,.; . '.: July 3. —Schooner Paul Pry, 56 tons, Jenkins, master, from Port Phillip; G. Fisher, agent 11 barrels pork, lease whips, G. Fisher. Passenger, — Mr. IVFCrae. July A ? Brig Scotrf, 95 tons, Gwatkin, master* from Port PhiUip; Willis and Co., agents. In ballast. departures: June 26— Brig William, 149 ton...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 5 July 1841

DIED—On the 9th January, 1841, aged 36, Rev.      JOHN GOULTER DOWLING, A. M., Rector of     the parish of St Mary de Cript, and master of the grammer school, in the City of Gloucester.

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Ship Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 12 July 1841

Sfiio mails. To PORT PHILLIP, via GEORGE TOWN, ? on Wednesday, at' 10 o'clock.'' T'''. r— —-? j To LONDON, by Peter Proctor, on the 17th July; by Demcrara Packet, on the 13th. ',-'?? , St. John E.. Brown?, Postmaster.

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