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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

For Hobart Town. rf|L THE very remarkable, fast sailing JkSK schooner i'rinct Regent wijl leave for tha above Port on or about the 13th inst. and tore turn immediately. For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander on board, or to J. &. J. SOLOMON. Launceston, Dec. 7th, 1829.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

ENTIRE HORSES. THE Services of the under named Qorses may be obtained during the season, at the Ten Dlemen's Land Establishment, Lake River, if not removed elsewhere, of which a fortnight's notice will be given in the papers. Waterloo— Eight Guineas. Bolivar— Six Gui neas. Tasman— (engaged.) Amsterdam and Hot tERdam— -of the Flemish Cart Breed) Five Gui But with eteh Mare must be sent a Bill of the following form, Accepted, (by the owner, upon whom I am the Drawer,) and made pay able at one ef the Banks t £ Sterling J V. D.L. Establishment, \ Lake river, Aug. 1, 1839. Accepted ( *'-e 'o'*08 «*' date Pay. m 1.1 4i J to bit order the sum of Payable at) £ 'pounds, shillings the Bank (Mftie rseeived. to r A Discount of 5 per cent., will be allowed for Ready Money, and persons desirous of paying in produce may do so, by delivering julficieiit of the same to, and to the satisfaction of, the Company's Agents io Hobart town or Launceston, in time to take up the bills sent as above directed ...

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY Certifc««»tf Yretfenii-William RoBKEdinrt ? Price. John Merriogham, Thomas Ball, NkhoU ? Crowiey. -????.-??» 'wh Ticket* *f Lra-Dti^-WMtem Serjeant, William B Seymour, James Me Garrett (renewed.) H Mr. George Pjle, to be a District Constable at B Launceston, vice Mr. Sherlock, appointed Super H intendent of the Bouse of Correction for Females' B at George-town. ' H The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to B appoint Michel Vicary. Esq. a Justice nf ii,. H Peace for Van Diemen's land and its Dependencies H - Notices of the jgeneral objects, of the followint B proposed New Acts:— ' '~ '^^B 'An Act to simplify Proceedings at Lav or in B Equity, by or against the Directors and Compani H of the Bank of van Diemen's Land.' ' ? ; ' An Act to simplify Proceedings at Law or it B Equity, by or against the Directors and Compact aV of the Dement Bank.' r ; ? 'An Act to simplify proceedings at Lav, tndB in Equity, by and against the Directors and Coq-Bb pany of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

Lanceston, Ppc7.h, 18^9. -..^.- ? ? - WATTLE BAiiK WANTED, W«i-S Tt The suuscnuei ii« ------ . , plrsln or persons for that quantity, or l^^y LaunceBton, TthPecJjiO. ? ? ? ? t?oR SALE Dec 7th, 1829.

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CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT THEE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

I , CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT THEE. If^ if mj Anna was not there, usveryioys would tease me. Then ^k me not, enchanting Maid, if 1 do love thee dearly? Or Olivr « ??«???* — - ? « I Yes, by those melting eyes I vow No man e'er loved as 1 do; To thee alone my wishes flow, Th*e onlf do I sigh to. I AH dav my thoughts are fix'd on thee, All me' I drelim about thee ; No other joy my soul can see ; Then can 1 lire without thee?

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

L a. Editor of the Launcesto* Advertiser. Sir* I should feel extremely obliged to any through luh« « o- 'not BwnvictrillibJUr.xan ^l0?'^ an acUon of damages against a person pn«7£^ou.e,lnbedwub arsvrmSerrnr^ by .»»*] n^r&e^ftfi^jsi was ^ .'? *irih interest for one year fSQj ? . , ? 'Tf Ihisis the usage **?£%»*-«£ 'a I ?? -T Toi L LegXE. Council^ out I 5elpWg us?ch all thosf idle and unproductive ? down all sucfcij »» ™ ° j b or judustry of ? drones, who ^~Lfgt and honest appropn I SSL' CirWtal'b? a lawful and iM - [?] m heeptrt. »»1'' . . d vcry emcient opera- I MB ? a conscienceless UsUaBll. ? [?] 7 i « it will it demands of the Lieutenant &M to*e redSsed, and that speedUy. | four rooms to his own use, iw ».r wu...f- — ? if itfeat thickness, and we trust very durable, there are three gates, or door-ways out from it, «ne for the gaolrr, one «re suppose for the debt. I o«, and one. the main entrance, for felo«.s. Oa the W«t walk is erected a sentry-box, nd then is a w...

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FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

FROM THE AUSTRALIAN. .^Mlfcuft-Wb^s. to 7.^0 5gp ut0. K%; J bf per doThay, . «? V ^n; straw, 5 dollars per load. ct hag baen p b. I liSh^ttwh'cVgfave occasion to the following d» cussion :— _. . m ? j__ !„?«. #iis meelinir mittee be ?PP«l'friI?1,^u to enable them to penions capab^ ^ f sy-HJ J. «w more ffect lly frame such suggMitons debtors than it ap one day in .^'^ Committee be requested to ropan time, that we w» theGoTernor to sus mCThP Bill beingcarra into a law until that pond the Bill being ca ^^ ^ h((ve ^ period, when they won fa fri gu assistance of a legal fie merchants and tp instance som« cases in ? »» ' »Ppoint MS JoD/™lthe daily increasing number of new I ? -?_ ..ri«ul fram LonaODi . .. . [?]

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JOHN BULLISM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

mutJ RULL1SM. '(Trom the New MntkiKMet«ine*fM*TckX.) n« n»f rharitv b» Stealth, It IS never ir^a— ?- [?] j loal-ash your pepper, ^'orate 30 e, 1 ter your liqnors al^v , our gok ^g«i .^ ., der your lodgers, ana, wniie Qod the worse r meu *« ?«»-—» and make them nuna™* » the industry should !?? 'jfj^ Table To Measure up more'? ot others, while jou are aoic harness I 2? ^^^^D^a^ry^Veir. wUl e,,oy your treasure, and -the o«[a** ££ 'f «k Ctti Bono :' I ective glances, and ^''^'o,, credit ; if Cepa^metpVayadWel[:Zp^ well, and you are sure to succecu ??? »?»»'? Henry II. '^/uT Pembroke, a Welshman ac and passing ^^brian, supposing that the dre?sed Henry »« J£iSSta{ noting ot ihi. ?godeoldeKynge. «n ? ^ re ,rt sUuUtlou, hb M«JMtf ^ mean?. and the French, * What does tws ^ to erse esquire, who haa °e™.;h nBd u 8ct as interure with tUe native Bng»^. ° ttn.Ulld a|ler the ter. Thus Uie nun ----- ^ si aincalion Conquest did not seem to n ^ U|J of the word Kinf( «tt ' ' Brobab|, knew as »n and f ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 December 1829

New Police Regulations.— It is said that Sir R. Birnie and Mr. Minshull are to retire upon pen- sions; and that Mr. Halls, the junior magistrate of Bow-street, will be removed to Lambeth-street, in the room of the late Sir Daniel Williams. A new principal police-office is to be erected, in which the three new police commissioners to be appointed under the act will preside over the po- lice of the metropolitan district. Bow-street-office will be then closed. There are to be numerous district police-stations, where principal police officers will be constantly on duty, to whom the patrol of every district will make a report twice each night. There will be a police-station at each of the principal entrances of the metropolis. The officers are not to be allowed to receive gratuities or fees ; but are to be paid salaries on a gradua- ted scale, to leave room for promotion as the re- ward for vigilance and good conduct. Smuggling.— An account has been printed, by order of the House of Comm...

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SHIP NEWS. SAILED FROM THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

[?] SAILED FROM THIS POKT. On the 8ih.— The Fating, for Circular HeBd, with sundry merchandize for the Van Diemeu's Land Conipnnv. On the 10th.— The /7«My, for Hobart town, in ballast. AKIIIVED IN IIOB\RT TOWN. On thp 7lh. — Thf* br.it; Thornton, Capt. Hobbs, from Swan Hirer the 7th Novr. with 1C)O packages tea, 3 rases buitt-r, and 3 do. jewellery to W. \Vi1siut. Agent for the vessel. On the lOih ? The tsloop In.duttrt/, Capt. Griff iths, from Sydney, with 1 1,000 I'm cetlar, to J. Jeffrey, 10 cwt. cheese, 200 duz. aud I cast- ui orange-., 14 chairs, 2 tables, imd 100 gross pipes, to Young and walford, Owners of the vessel. Passengers,— B. White, J. I'aitley, J. Bennett, 'VV. & J. Ch»mlnrlaii\, Susan Chamberlain! A. Richards, and Ihomas Mason. un Thursday. — The Government brig Prince Li- pn/.i, Capt. Kinghorn, from Launceston the 6*h inst., with 16 mule prisoners, and 1 aborigi nal woman. Passengers,— Capt. and Mrs. D'ATcy, and Min,. 8 privates of the Veteran Company, 6 wo...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

LAUA'CESTON ADPEHTISBR. MONDAY, DBCBMBBI1 14, 1829. It is ihe public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the dis(hart-e of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing il,P .f.gisol truth from confronting and dissipating their (tower.

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FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. j [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

FROM THE GAZETTE OF SATURDAY. Certificates -f Freedom :— Thomas Haslam, Wai'. Baker, Henry Coiker, William Augell, Henry Gase, Edward Gee, John Hallard. His Honour the Chief Justice has been pleased to appoint Alexander raierson, Enquire, a com missioner of the Supreme Court ot Van Dietnen'g Land, for taking affidavits and recognizances of bail, at Luanceston, and its neighbourhood. Notice of the general object of the following proposed New Act : — u An Act to amend the Laws for the Registrati on of Deeds, Bills, Judgments, and Conveyanc es, affecting real Property.' We return our most sincere thanks to our Friends and Subscribers in particular, and to the reading Public in general, for the very liberal support which we have received since we commenced the difficult and dangerous part of a Journalist— a support far bejond out intrinsic merit*, but having been accorded to us, we must endeavour to desirve, and we hope the will to perform to the utmost of onr power will prove Acceptabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

To be Sold by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launceston Ilelrl, on Saturday, the 26th Jiccem/irr, at I o'clock: — npH AT desirable Allotment of Ground, to M, gether with the Dwelling House and Build ings, situate at the corner of Brisbane and Charles Streets, Launceston, now iu the occupation of Mr. Francis Spencer. The situation of these Premises is considered to he one of the most desirable for a mercantile bu siness in town. TERMS— One Hundred and Fifty Pounds down, and the remuiitderat 6, li, and lri mouths, with security upon che Premises, and Bank Interest upon the two last payments. N. B. — The Purchaser to pay his own convey ance, aud the above may be treated lor previously to the D*f ef Sale trpon application being wade to Mr. Couo, at the Lauuceaton Hotel. Dec. llth, 1829. NOTICE. THE Undersigned hereby* cautions all Persons against tresspassintj upon his farm of Dun Edin, North Esk river, either by grazing stock, stripping wattle, or otherwise. Offend ers after thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

ENTIRE HORSES. fT'HE Services of the under named Horses m. may b-- ohlained during the season, at the Van DiemenU Land Etloblishmrnt, Lake River, if not removed eUewhere, of which a fortnight's notice will be given in the papprs. W at lh loo— Eight Guineas. Bolivar— Six Gui dphs. Taxman— (engaged.) Amsterdam and Hot terdam— (of the Flemish Cart Breed) Five Gui neas. But with each Mart roust be sent a Bill of the following form, Accepted, (bj the owner, apon whom I am the Drawer,) and made payable at ene 9f tut Bank* ! £ Sterling T V. D. L. Establishment, {_ Lake river, Aug. 1, 1829. Accepted ( N»»e months after date pay t» ;? .1 I to my order the sum of Payable at| I * Pounds, shillings the Bank {vatue received. To T ©f L A Discount of S per cent., will be allowed for Ready Money, and persons desirons of paying in produce may do -o, by delivering sufficient of the same to, and io i he satisfaction of, the Company's Ag'Ms in Hobart town or Luunceston, in time to take up the bills sen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

A roost extraordinary case hah become develo ped within the last few days, a wife has eloped from her home, from which, beforehand she had secretly conveyed away her clothes, thus, plainly proving her previous intention to abscond. A day or two alter leaving her husband she went to a certain shopkeeper, in whose books she had before dipped deep, andobtaiheda large credit, amount ing in the total to £64 16s. Cd. in the short space of 5 months, beside* upwards of £20 in cash, \« hich she had received from her husband in the same 5 months, and the 2 preceding months, thus making, in the short space of 7 months, an ex pence of £84 or £85 solely for dress, which -t«- dit was totally unknown to her husband, he hav ing forbid her to take credit, and having, as he thought, provided for her wants by the money he had from time to time given to her, and whirh clothes she had always bidden from his sight at other persons' houses; very convenient ppople those, who suffer men's wives' to hide the...

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Nine St. Morin. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

Nine St. Matin. . H BY THE AUTBOK OF ^MAT^VOD UXE ,t;iBJ 'Nina was sitting at her little parlours :h. H it was her jour defile, or. saint's day, \\Z 'rBB the year which is celebrated In her SB birthdays are by some persons in EngUi.d lM was dressed of course in her best attire tVfl ets !' said Bertrand, who made bis hodm™ V the outside of the window. 'PPwrancM '' Do you remember. Nina.' Im ^..- Bl - that I taught you to make these ve^-3« wreaths? Ilow well you have reiDeinljer«i!SB lessons ! You made this, did you o6t, on duLIBI to give me a pleasant surprise to-day r P°BB ' ' Oh no,' she replied, very artlessly lnni-fl up in her cousin's face, ' Oh no, I cannot Uk^H credit to myself, Isidore wove that wreaOj«)^H ' The moment these words were spoken V^l shut her eyes and shrunk back with terror (fl if a fiend bad stared, at her, he could not bifl frowned more horribly than Bertrand did *-uM She dreaded to tell him that she had listened f V orably to the addresses of his friend. Fron...

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To his Honor Chief Justice PEDDER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

To iiL- Honor Chief Justice Peddir.     It will be seen by a letter in our pipes of this day,- that a person who sign hisjiHine Zjcuariah C'b;iffe-, was arrested fur a debt, the m -II ,tiu»unt «f which was £10 onu . It will be there s. en that he did procure a friend or f vends to advance (he amount ol the debt and co -its. wheh money was ready to have been pmdto Hie Deputy 'heriff, Mr. Theo do e Buril.y, by a person of (he name of Mr. t Wjirtine. No*% here are names, not puppiti ions person::, for wehave caused a ireori of - urs to wait on Mr. A. Mnrline, Ruda kh m f.-ra plain -(atement— his account extctly coined ??. w.tuthe ietferof Chafley, h' positively declares that lie was prepared t * pay the debt and costs, but being igno rant of (he law, he did not wish to bail his frieud for fear of the consequences, not knowing what the ultimate expeoce might come to. TbU man Ch tffey h employed by Mr. A. Mar 1up» and in consequence of Mr. Banley's refus.il to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 14 December 1829

IMPORTED by the schooner Hetty, from   Sydney, and on Sale at the residence of W.     Whitchurch, in Charles-street, the following articles, viz: — ? 'Very superipr Sherry, Port, and Claret in bot ? tics and wood, in Email packages ? Best white and red vinegar in kegs, to suit fa ? tnilies ? Soap in 28lb. and 56!b. cases ? Liquid and paste blacking ? Wine glasses, tumblers, gpWetsj, and decanters, ? \ih small packages ? ?-? .=?? ? White, black, green, yellow, and red paint, ? in togs of 561bs. 281 bs. and Mlbs. each ? Bar and rod iron ? Flooring, brads, batten, shingle, and ship ? nails ? Hops, arrow root, Peruvian bark, saltpetre, ? wool packs, and a quantity of cedar of good B quality ? A most excellent Draft HORSE, and a strong London built GIG and HARNESS.   Launceston, Dec. 12th, 1829.   I' .IMPOUNDED. ; ? AT Norfolk Plains, 1 Ginger Cow, S. E. ? f\ on off hip, brand on near hip tint legible, ? near horn broke, wi...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

SHIP^m^ NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On the 16th, — The sloop Margaret, from Ho* bait town, with merchandize. On the 18th,— The VriendMp, from Circular Bead, in ballast, with several passengers. SAILED FROM THIS POUT. On (he i 6th,— The Prince R-gY/t», for Hobart Town, with 400 bushels barley, and 400 bushels oats. ARRIVED IN IIOBART TOWN. On the 14th,— The Transport Ship Suiiry, (461 tons) Capt. Kemp, from London 11th August, with 199 male prisoners; Surgeon Superintendent, H. G. Brock, Esq. The guard consists of 1 Sergeant, 1 Corporal, 2 Privates of the 63rd. Regt., and 25 Privates of the 40th, with 4 women, and 3 child ren. Passengers,— Quarter-Master Cart of the 63rd. Regt., Mrs. Cart, and Miss Stephenson. Same Day. — The brrg Elizabeth, Capt. Brown, from the Isle of France 25th Oct., with a cargo of sugar, 1 Arabian horse, and 1 deer. On the 18th.— The Government brig Tamar from Macquarie Harbour. SAILED FROM IIOBMIT TOWN. On the 16th.— The schooner Haui.fqujn, Gapt. Scott, for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 December 1829

trNSalTat T. MOND^, Saint John's ILf Stwt, the following ?rilclM at reduced Inces, Tor whith Vklkat or Tallow will be takeu |u payment. I Black hombnzine I Do. Norwich crape I Sewing silk and twist of various colours I Leather gloves I Glazed muslin I Wnistrontiug and waistcoats I Insertion and scolloping I Night rapt I Ladies' silk handkerchiefs I Children's dresses I Clasps for gentlemen's cloaks I Cotton socks I So. ? stockings I Worsted do. I Braces I An excellent assortment of ladies' shawls I Window curtains at per yard I DresG trowsi rs I Ladies' stays I Pen knives Silk Calico Sand paper ( Looking glasses I Chrck shirts Red do. Treble, gilt coat buttons Black and white thread Ladiox' combs ot sizfs Candles, wholesale and retail. X. B. — House and Sign painting done oa reason able terms. Dec.SIst, 1829. FRANCIS SPENCER begs re-pecifully to inform his Friends and the Public gene erally, thut he has just received a choice, and ge neral assortment ot goods, which will be offered ...

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