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Dinner to Mr. Sheill. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

Pinner to Mr. Shell!« | As soon as the result of the Meeting mt Penenden Heath was known, a great number of the friends of Civil and .Reli- gious Liberty determined to invite Mr. SHEILL, of Dublin, to the London Tavern, Bishopsgate-street, and tbouhh the notice was so abort, and the tiekets 20s. io great «as the press, that no mora than 400 Gentlemen were admitted for «ant of room, as many more having been refused. At 6 o'clock, the Chair- man, W. SMITH, Esq. M. P. introduced Mr. Sheill to an ex- cellent dinner. After the cloth was removed, " Non Nobis Domine" was sung in excellent style by Messrs. Broadhurst, Jolly, Webb, &c. The Chanelan, in proposing the first toast " the King," I caid he wished to give it in connexion with the sentiment 'which His Present Majesty bad sanctioned and repeated, " that the Crown is held ID trust for the good of the People." The next toast «as "the Dake of CLARENCE and, the rest of the Royal Family." This was followed by " the People, the onl...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Ship Harvey. COURT OF CHANCERY, NOVEMBER 6, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

Ship Harvey. I , COURT OF CHANCERY, NOVEMBER fj, 1828. I ' BEACH V. EVANS. Mr. HORNE applied for an injunction in this case. The application had been made during the vacation, without notice to the défendent, the Court thinkiug that notice ought to bat given, refused them the application. Notice had now beeaV regularity served, but the défendent did not appear. Tli» \ plaintiff was the owner of a ship, called the Harvey, which, m 182G, went from London to New Sottth Wales, and was to touch at various potts. The plaintiff had formerly been ia the, habit of accompanying the ship himself, but upon the-present occasion, in consequence of ill health, he had appointed the détendent, who was nearly related to him, as the supercargo. Upon the ship arriving at Plymouth, the passengers expressed their dissatisfaction at the conduct of Mr. Evans. A loiter was then sent to the défendent by the plaintiff, requesting bim to return, but this he -refused to do. The ship reaohed htr destination in s...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Lord Tenterden's Act. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

Lord Tenterden's Acte I ' The .Abt Util Geo. IV. chap. 14, entitled an Act for ren- dering a written mémorandum necessary to the validity of certain promises and engagements, came into operation on New Year's Bay last in England, by which the odious crime of perjury, arising from oral testimony, will be so far avoided. We very much wish it may be adopted or extended "to this Cqlony by the Legislative Council. No 'promise, unless in writing, shall be saflieientto take a case out of the Statute of Limitations. Any promise to pay debts or contracts after coming of age, or any promise to be accountable for another must be in writing, nor shall any agreement for the purchase of goods to the value Of £10 and upwards be valid, unless part of the money be paid by way of earhest, and the con- tract be io writing. ' Every day discovers to us more and more the imperfect state of the new Act passed last year for the better Administration of Justice and the more effectual government of these Col...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

Vessels expected' from England- ,? ' With MvrcluMdhe and Passengers. , ., .. Bichar«! S. John, 199, W ilsoii. J Deveioii,-;, Jönn Wilson. Vilitlu. son, Stevenson. Í Mai y Ann, S80,' Hathaway.' Lion, 270, M'Leod ' i Resouiöc, 950, Smillu _ Adams,-, Fianckhn. } Prince Kçgent, 400, Mallard. Isabella,-, Bucket. " , s Columbi»«. «70, Tuft. \ , le-Lti Ma.j,-, Hartley.1' j Saucy lack, MR) Kent." \ Peic* ,500, Middleton. i Pelei<Vr«ctnr, »SCO, 1*rry. . Hmitci,--. ¡ A<lmiialCockl)i|rh,JSO,Henley Lnil> ol the lMkc, -, Snutli i Calista, «0, Hnwkms. . . John,-, Nickolls \ Mai y Ann, 480, MattKews, Enlcrnuse,-, Watson, l » John Pedder, --11-". ,u ' JiHin*!in,-. ^ <? i Baihont, 480, Walmesley. J.uie, äil, Kbwojthj. « j X <> i I WithJPritonp*. i if Sophia,-, Ellery, male. s Lady East.-, Walkrr, fcmalo. Vmtoi ia, 305, Smith, ditto. -, t i PmncessÄoyal, 405, Sherwood. To Correspondents« '; " Ortljodjix/^a»'1 " R>iMicus,"'in our next. ' »

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COLONIA TIMES HOBERT TOWN: JUNE 5, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

h¿k»t'!p:ni\& BÎOBAB»T..1T10"W,N jS^,* «iw^. >. "T"'"- ,;.JUNJ£.5,.1029., Lei it be impressed upnnynurminds,let it be «- 'illeil iç.tn'your aliildien, ilidi the Iii,lieiu pi the Press is it <. Pul I au lu m ol all j oui Civil, Political/phd lU-ligious Kights. Junlns. ,a^hevanxié'ty of the "public 'thrndis rttised td'the* íiijííiestVt'ch ro'^he Unite"d Kingdom1, "hyWe'o'e terniination lately, so suddenly, aníi &> uñexp'éct i Vdry^fbrihed'by'His GraCe-the"l>akeof>^K¿iíiNG TON> to refuse any concisions; to- the: Catholics. .The withdrawing; of tlfe 'Manjuis'^of Á uro i. ESE A frunulrclatul, and the approaching Mcetiriíí'of Par .; :lïan^ [.//^W'^Bí'a^ea'iín'líVfi1 Hoûse^of Cominonsj ar,e sub i :.. j ects \w h Ich engross, all th ©a 1 te jÄfitVn 'of;i è^ery^ in ah iii' tb^í¡ippire, and Will'prWc'V trial çf strength :'^iifeitwe'êïi-'£îië -tiitfé'rMr-'dnd^illihhFal'.'-è'aYtîei'lin-.iiie tStafe-beiVeoijthe?« -Church -diEtoiiiiant»'änd the :.'':?...

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THE HERMIT IN [?] Diemen's Land [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

:|Sv^piv\j/^-i5.' .í:-.«!.V -"'. v ?' TBS v V ' t "IN » v ?. Perhaps it may be in the recollection of some portion» of our »readers,> that a few years ago' a series of numbers appeared in one of'the London implications, under the title of the Hermit in condon'. ,'We hWgreatpleasurjB in acquaint- ing them, that a younger brother oftthis family, has lately arrived in the Colony ; ¡and having ac 'ijuirerf;!>almost intuitively, .considerable infor- mation upqn fcha general1 siate of Manners, So- ciety, and Public Characters pf our little com- munity, -has partially promised to adapt his ob- servations to such a shape,1 as shall tit thein to mtfettlie eye of the/Public. .With thistshortpreface.weintroduceoúr Con- tributor to the acquaintance of our numerous readers, and leave him to speak for himself. 1 * ? » " There is not in the woild a greater en or than that which ools a>c so »pt to tall into, and knaves willi pond leuenn to «.iieoinagu, lb», iiiiütukiiig a satirist tor a li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

, «Äorftie New Settlement ^Ntfá&g T#E ShiP ORELDA, A. 1,400Tons, ^¡ffijtE. Captain HUDSON. Tin* fine first-class Ship will, nn her return fiom Sydney, take in Stock and Passengers, cabin and steerage, for the above important Settlement rShe¡ is six feetjbigh between Decks, and possesses, «err superior^ accommodation. Stíeef^ens< and StallsKprjCátUíjWill nef provided by the Ship..* Earl> ipplicatipft^^eq^esnd to W beTriittde, "as there are¡ntímerous enquiries'alreadywíthe sub- ject.- ror p<rr\(,ulars/apply to Captain' H.vfatoN'^oá hoard \ or to i ' or .» _ - K KEM.I^&í<C&..1Agentï., Hobart T,own, May 26, 1829._ " :1 _ ", For London Direct- I -aiBÜ THE remarkable fast-sailiug 'Barque JK^iSÇCLiySURE., uburthën, .peroReglster Ut Oousj THOMAS JoHNSicÄ>tn Commander, w^ill be readv to receive Goods on her return from Sydney, early injune --For Freight or1 Passage, having1 superior^ Accommodations, apply to "the. Undersigned, wh...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

--,-f-"-T SHIP SÊÊk. NEWS. JUMB 3.-His Majesty.'« sloo-of-war Sij:ccrss,of 28 guns, from . Madras, tiouiirl for Port Jackson and Swan River; lor «Inch .she sailed on Thuisday. JUNE 1.-Arrived the brig Ann', Captain Samuel Cornhy, from Kui dejaneiio 7th March, with»473mils ot tobacco, SOO hand .spikes, 2 harpoons, 21 cases and »1 pipes wine, S casks rum, 32 linrrels porter, 51 bundles of chairs, 20 boxes raisins, a quan- tity of saU, and 0 ban els tapioca.- Passengers foi tins Tori, Mr. and Mrs. M Glue and 3 children, and 31 fur New South Wales. *- .. .JVHS 2.-Sailed for Sydney, the ah:© Georgiana, Captain Thompson. GtiO hags wheat, li tons potfc'oes, and 300 tons sun- dries, on Account of hu Majesty's Government ; 7 casks onion»,; 20 lons hay, 2j2 baps potatoes, and »4 bags wheat, consigned to various-pet sons.-P.issungers, Dr. Conway, It. N.-, Captain ?Wentworth and Lady, Captain' Lcthbridge.'Mr. Foster^, Mis', Ann Fairley and 2 childi en, Mr. and Mrs. Curran, and .2 cltif ilren. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

' 5AX.B BY AUCTION» BY vr«.Wí'M»KÁY, I Al lW JTJê'rtfèot Anctfon Hart, on Monday next, thc^H'Ioitaiif, at 12-o'Ctóck precisely, i B-Vck FW|L«, and Trowsers, 'Drill and Nan« ' J keen Tfowsera, Jean Waistcoats and Tron-i sers pÖlack and Colours) Silks ; Worsted, Cotton, Angola» and Silk Shaw h ; Silk and Cotton Hand , Í kerchiefs, Bed Quilt» and Rugs, Calicoes, Irish Linen, Pearl Shirt Battons; Port Wine, in bot- tles ; a f-«v Doten Bouléd Ale «nd l'orter ; Hats, ^fetal Coat Bottons, Needles, assorted ; Half-pint, 'iHiuihh ra; Looking'^Glas<<ti3, Tea Caddies, fcboks, Mips ; Snoffers and Trays, Nails, ás^ortcdj and various other Articles, to close Consignments. CDKDITIOVS OP SALE.-Approved Bills ai Three Months, for ^20 and upwards. SAZ.B BY AUCTION BY MR. D. M'KAY, At the Derwent-Auction Mart, on Thursday (he 11th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, without Reserve, TWELVE Capital Milch Cows, wuh Calves at their feet ; 6 tiro-year old Heifers; some of j the Cewn and Heilers ...

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New Settlement, Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

New Settlement, Swan River. Our Readers are aware that both French and English co lonising fleets have sailed for the above new Settlement, situ- ate on the Western Coast of New Holland, and which has created such a lively sensation in London. We have been   favoured by a view of a chart of this intended Settlement, likely to become of such vast importance to this Colony, both at the present moment of depression in our Colonial pro- duce, and most likely for ages yet to come. We have endeavoured to collect all the particulars which have yet reached   Hobart Town of this most interesting Settlement, which we doubt not will be acceptable to our fellow Colonists. It appears that many years ago this place was discovered and named Swan River, and a flag placed there by a French discovery squadron, the late war alone preventing them from forming a Settlement there. It also appears that the French Government have lately made application to the British Go- vernment...

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Black Natives. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 June 1829

Black Natives. We noticed in our last the outrages and murders commit ted at Prosser's Plains by the Black Natives. The attention of the Authorities has no doubt been called to this transaction and we trust they will take measures to protect the peaceable Settlers from any further aggressions of this kind, or all hn_ provementt must cense in those thinly inhabited parts, It is absolutely weakness and mistaken clemency to suffer these people to wander at large, and murder the King's subjects.   If one of our own people went upon the highway and robbed would he not be instantly taken, tried, and hanged ! even without     committing murder ? Still this puny race of savages are   keeping the country in a state of terror, and commit murders with impunity. The King's subjects in this Colony have a   positive right to be protected; else, what is our immense revenue   raised for? Those people therefore should be p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

¡\$ v Por Swan Rivera ] Uv'láíEKí THE tine first-class coppered Ship ^f3Ea¡3r_ ORELIA, 382 Tong per Register, WILLIAM » HUDSON, Commander. This fine Ship will positively sail .,. ', for the aboie Settlement,within one month from this day, ? being chartered expressly for the voyage there, and to return here. Persons desirous of ascertaining the capabilities of this new . and interesting Colony, hare now an opportunity of going and > returning.^ ' < ; ?? The Government'Regulations for proposed Settlers are of the most liberal description, and having already been pub- lished ¡A the Newspapers, require no repetition. < *.* Immediate application is necessary, as the Charterer will have but little'room disposeable.-For Freight or Pas- sage, apply to Captain HUDSON, on board ; or to 1 » KEMP & Co. Agent». . June 10,1829. For Xiondon Directa -jrfäL THE remarkable fast-sailing Barque1 'iPr*" SWIFTSURE, burthen per Register 337 Tons, THOMAS JOHNSTONE, Commande...

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To Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

? - i,;'i '" v ; To, jÇw^apondentsSïqy;.- '':-<< ;. In-lnnkiïitT rnf*fnll»u"_? *T , ... >% - I 'late"tóon^A wetÄSiw ífi«7lAvl?^C-onrt' oíreíed to'us-ror insert.?*,, sTch matte« /J^M1;,1'"168 to ß°vei"!}*« «» <b'ur lñ'seriion'of ' Pie evidence' Ä" VrW"," ltSelf'- ?»l-.oi'orea.jbeiiir»* PivourTfSthPrir«»'^ theicfore,decline its- itíertion. i? SÄ 8^C°t»t«mpornrieaí who'máy take V <b> t¡ ' !?,BperS:.,A'Xor^ers l0 discontinue uasVannYu^.i^èxonciâ* ' . ,on-or he'quarter. -No ordeis irony SubTribeÄdiscon; j tinue liis'paper- can bd'cnmniiërt «Mi. ,.V.IJ.. J!L.Í^Í.'«U.J' . ' i>er Uncj¡v

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Colloquial Answer [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

[ Colloquial Answer To the Enlgna which appeared in uto Colonial Times of June bth, and which, we presume, is generally known to be attributed to the late Lord Byron. SCENE-ii Back Parlour. ' OLD PLODSOtJl., returning from counter to tea, Instead of one tongue, he heard at least three He found with his wife some gossipping neighbours, ' Who challenged his wits t' assist in their labours, T' expound an Enigma, which Miss PHOBE GRI EN-* In Andrew Bent's paper last Friday had seen. u Excuse me," said PLODSOUL, .' it's out of my Way " T' attend to such talles at my time of day " I once was a dapster-but now I can't boastr " Some tea, Mrs. P. and some hot butter'd toast." > ' " Good lack ' I'm so puzzled, my dear, I forgot " To gi;e you your tea, or to fill np the pot ' " Come, theie's a good dish -and now let'*» once more " Our wits set to work, and this riddle Äexplore." Miss GREEN agim read it-again they all gues^'d. And vow'd, till they found it they never would rest. " 'Twos xvhi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

BIRTH.-On the 8th June, Mrs. DAVID MURRAY, of Mac- quarie River, was safely delivered of a daughter. MARRIED-At New Norfolk, on Tuesday morning last, by the Rev. H. R. Robinson, Mr. Thomas Salmon, jun. of Oat- lands, to Miss Bailey, daughter of Mrs. Dillon, of the same place.

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

Original Correspondence.     MR. EDITOR,--Some few neighbours, and myself, who take in amongst us, all the Hobart Town Papers, read in   your Journal of the 8th instant, the gross personal attack of " ANTI PUFF," upon our late highly popular Magistrate, Mr GREGSON , whose uniformly active and împartial dis   charge of the duties of his office rendered his removal from the Bench matter of general and sincere regret; and we na-   turally felt some curiosity to discover who might be the base and anonymous author. After exhausting almost every con- jecture to little purpose, the arrival of the Tasmanian of the 15th inst , at once threw a new light upon the subject, as upon reading the paragraph in page 140, headed " personality," it seemed impossible to doubt, from the peculiar wording of the article, that the Editor of that Paper was the author of " Anti Puff." However, though we cannot but compare the political principle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

/ AtnlheiDcnvent Auction ftlàrt, on Monday néxt the. lath I<istnat',iatíl2 :o'Glook precisely, .-. ¡ j DÜCK; Frocks Vá'rjd} Trowsors, Drill arid Naii-i keè'n^Trdwsér's, Jca'rt Waistcoat's áV»d".Tró^-| «crs ;' Bla6k! áiid'Cólour'éd Silks ;' Wo'réted1; 'Cot'fori,1 Angola.änd.Silk Shawls ;Silk arid'' Cotton 'Hand-? [, kerchiefs, Bcd'-Quiltà arid Rugs],.Calicoes^ 'Irish, ?Linen. \PearT shirt Buttons j" í>ort'';Wi'nc>'-';in''bb1t-' ^ ties ; a; few/Dozen Bottled . Alé'and' Porter -Hal's, -^itetal Goat Buttons, Needles,' assorted ; Half-pirit' .llrdinblers,'Looking Glasses;, ,Tea Caddies; Book's, Aláps';. Sriüíícrs 'and Trays} Nails, assorted; aiid! various other Articles^.to close Cóhsigriráéhts. J CbÑiiÍTip'NS' OF SALE.-Approved Bills at Three Months, for ¿£'20 and upwards; . SALE BY AUCTION, .^y'.;;; ?XMR/DïM'IÇAY, [? -;_ '.';.'/','.; At the Derwent Auction Majrt', on Thursday, next, the 18th Inst, at 12 o'clock, .without Reserve, :\. TWENTY good Dairy, Cows, ¡niore¡or ...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWNS: JUNE 12, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

HOBART TOWN   JUNE 12, 1829. ' Let it be impressed upon your minds.'let it be instilled into your children, UiaOlie.Libeity of the Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and. Religious Rights. " Juntos. -' One of our Contemporaries, adverting to the Executive Council, speaks of that body with evident want of knowledge, as to its constitu- tion; upon -which subject he lias more than once before amused himself in a similar way, and his assumption, as in other cases, would be calcu- lated to mislead, were he to be depended upon. So far from its being " the convocation of the Chief Magistrate of a certain set of individuals arpund him, for the purpose of advising him , , -.. -~...8 ..'?" whenev.er.he might choose to consult them," the Executive Council is not appointed by the Local Government, but by the King. The Members are for life-the Judge and the Colonial Secre- tary are ex-officio Members, and the Governor has no choice in respect to consulting them. On...

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THE HERMIT IN Van Diemen's Land. [No. 2.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

    THE HERMIT In VAN DIEMEN'S LAND (NO 2)         "There is not in the world a greater error than that which   fools are so apt to fall into, and knaves with good reason to encourage, the mistaking a satirist for a, liberler; whereas to a true satirist nothing is so odious as a libeller; for the same reason as to a man truly virtuous, nothing is so hateful as a hypocrite." - POPE       It was a remarkably fine clear day when I landed from the ship on the Wharf, What was my surprise to observe the, large handsome stone buildings, into which porters were busily engaged rolling casks and other packages, and at se- veral civil looking welbdressed young men, who were standing with pens behind their ears, and <memoraudnm books in their bands, payingilhe most diligent attention- to what was going on. A number of other persons formed little knots or c...

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Bridge across the Derwent [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

-' ', Bridge across the Derwent The'importanoe of erecting a bridge across the River Der- went, to facilitate the communication between the two princi- pal sea-port towns ofthe-Island, and to enable the farmers in the interionto -bring their.produce, which is now locked up in their barns, to jnarket, formant of roads and bridges, has been already so .repeatedly urged iu the Colonial Times, as to ' render a repetition of our arguments entirely unnecessary to our readers. Indeed, the thing is in itself so obvious, that we only wonder how it bas been suffered to remain so long ne- glected. There is n0 circumstance attracts the attention of a stranger, or an emigrant coming to settle in a ne'w Coloriy,, more than the means ¡he is likely to possess of sending the produce of his farm to market, and of a speedy post commu- nication with the capital. JTbis. he cannot eflect without roads and bridges, consequently, so long as the Colony remains without those absolutely necessary public conve...

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