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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 June 1829

- -? ?-*-'- » yi.^~---»-^---?-^-«-« SHIP NEWS.   June 8 Arrived lhe Australian Company's ship Triton, Captain James .Crear, from Leith the 10th December, having touched at Rio de Janeiro, with a cargo, consisting of 8 pipes and 8 hhds. port, S cases French wine, 62hhds. Madeira, 17 hhds. brandy, 2 pipes and IO hhds Geneva, 2 pipes Cape wine, 60 hhds. rum ; 2070 packages, vis. candles, raisins, almonds, wooden clocks, stationery, cottons, hats, apparel, ironmon. Bery, hardware, woollens, linens, bags, corks, bottled wine, shoes, bolting and winnowing machines, oatmeal and barley, vinegar, butter, loaf sugar, linseed oil, turpentine, pitch, tar, rosin, cordage, pig iron, cheese, herrings, ling fish, spars, rugs, watches, saddlery, glass and earthenware, consigned to tue Amti-ali.ui Company ; 16 packages addressed to various persons ; and sundry goods consigned to Sydney ; and the loliowmg goods from Rio de'Janeiro:-100 barrels, IO casks, and 6 cases sugar ; and 342 rolls ...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

Vessels expected from England. I With Merchandize and Passengers.' ' '/ | mctiarrt &. John, 199, Watson. \ Prince ttegmt, 40ll, Mallard. ? Vilielin, 301», Stevenson. j Columbme,-S79, Turu ' 1 Lion, WO, M«Leo.i. Í Sanev Jack, 109, Kent. J> Adams,--, limekiln. > Peter I'n,ctor, 56a, Terry., ' Isabella,-, Bucket. . i Admi»alCotk¿urn,330,llenlíy IctsaMAry,--. Hartley. I Calista, 2Î0; -Hawkins/ * Peicj,500, Midifteion. , \ Mai> Ann. 480, Matthews. Hu Her,--.- > Jiplinjl'ecUler,-.'» - Lady «1 the Lake, -j. Smith,? E¿.í.mu,W>uln.esley. Jol n, --, .Nickolls. * HftlNev .¡fen :-J. Enterprise, --, Watson. \ Sydney P.,» krt, 145,-r. Ä 2ir,7,ih" wo«», fck0!!!!''^7' -* > M.ny Ann, 480, Hathaway. . E,1?.a, -L Leary. ' . o , "" »'Uh Prisoners. Sri», üníuf/dTtío!- i Lady East¿-,AValker,fema.e.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

,^f<? Ö.? !.^?i"U,"J? ettch l»M>«"-, or jEa Us per annum, to * fti'l fi"VneMj;- Coiuiliy Subsc.iLeis, incluUinK ti ose »t VTî ?» «>,i!lílílu,d Stf,,ei-to ",ake their remittance by Vost, oí api ollit some Person in town who «ill nay for thor . papéis All culcra tq discontinue m«ät apply to the'contl'i u«m0í»íB.?U¡í,í,ír*: N° «.».».« nom hulUcribtrs to diiwa, Î bv casT'.fc" Vi" tuW\d vv,lh' ."'».». accomj-alMii 5 m»»,. '. ,or ttH P "'»" ' cm rent arrears. Adveiti« * w.1'. \ "'ShUints and unocr, ¿5. fln. above'that rtunibtr, «a* pçj une« i s~> -y

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MODERN DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

J. .' . .MODERN DRAMA. fi The want jof originality and native'talent in this branch of English Literature, so playfully degcribtd in the fcllowiuj couplet in " Reynold's Life" and " Times." " And bands, like tars, their hostile tire can't quench, ", For plays, like snips, are taken fiom the Frenoh." Has latterly so much increased that "Vaudeville caterers ire long will probably forget to read 01 speak English.'. It ap- peals almost every thing, both fashion, fun, and frolick, arc .now taken fiom the Fiench. 'We nie happy to learn from the Courier, that our repeated observations on the state of the Wooden Jetty, and the wsat of a proper landiug place for goods, and the want of a crace to load airl discharge boats, have tot been unattended to. We tiust the intended improvements will be set about at once, and done iu such a manner ns to gire satisfaction to our Merchants and Ship-owners. We also learn from the same paper, that there is an aque- duct in contemplation to convey water to ...

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LITERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

LITERATURE. "'.'." .'". I O-_. " -. ~ - ^T I ¡some account of the system of flogging in Winchester H School, by Sir ALEXANDER MALET, Bart, pabliihed b» H Ridgeway, 1828. ;B This spirited pamphlet of Sir A. MALET, will, m «lit B opinion, go »great way in preventing the gross tyranny prac H Used by shallow pedagogues, and ultimately abolish the ia¡. B mense mass of humbug and imposition whu.h has hitherto H been allowed to impede the march of intellect in publie »eau. H narien. We recommend the friends of All parties aggrieved B by such rusty despotism to hold the offending partios up to fl public scorn by the aid of the Public Press -Traveller. fl ÇoBBETf says-*-" I have just now put my Fraucb Gram ti mar uto the hands of my youngest son, vrho is fourteen years ^E abd a half old, that being about the age that I think best fir fl boys to begin to read books, and as to girls, they will alwa\> fl begin soon enough, if you suffer any .booka to be m uLe H hou*e. I have no notion of set...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

. To Subscribers. I The ensuing number ol the CoUnial Times will complele the. Hall-year, ending June 30. ! I« le-coniiiieiiCihi- 'our J.Uiinnl' with the neW ye.tr, we notified, to OIIP- Subscribers, thal we were necessitated to call upon them fur Quailerlv Payments in lutureio unable'us to-ear-ry ' on our Establiihiiieni, which requiie» a Weekly outlay of money. We do thereioie tru<t, that such ot oui Subscribe^ ai have not complied wtth our request, will lavournwr w'ltl. payment at least'at the «jo« of > the Halt-year, winch is as'cxiemled a créditas the nature of oui business, will allow int., give.'1 We take hi», opportunity of lemmding our Country and other distant Siibspnbeis who ate in anear, and who have i not eml>r.u-ed the opportunity of discharging their account»,., by sending..os ClUo.lml P.odncc in pa>«leiit, that unless tiley do so wubin one month, we »hull be-. una*o.d«ri!y'obH¿edto discontinue their Papers Sev<.M,l of onnl.aunce/toii Sn...

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House of Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

Bouse of Assembly. ..- . ; . : . .< ut i. m : ." .-.-??? ? . , j Sir JOHN KEANE,-the Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica, in the absence Of the Earl of BELMORE, who had not then ar- rived, opened the House of Assembly on the 18th November last, witb the most conciliatory message. He sent the House extracts of dispatches he had received from Mr. HUSKISSON and from Sir GEORGE MURRAY, ordering the Collector of Customs to hand over to the House a sum of £33,000, with- held from them by order of the Duke of-MANCHESTER, the late Governor, in consequence of a dispute with them. They moved and passed an address of thanks to Sir JOHN KEANE,' and voted him a present of 3000 guineas, for the conciliatory manner in which he had acted. The principal disagreement was in,the management of the »lave -population, the JQcverh ment being desirous to improve the condition 'of the slaves, and the Assembly being.tardy in adopting the recommenda- tions of the British ¡Government, with respeot to suc...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

Van Diemen's Land. We give an extract fiom the Courier of last week on the subject of the advautftges of our own Island -- " Look at the situation which it occupies in respect of the southern hemisphere ! It is the only country with but a trifling practical exception, possessed of a wheat climate-it is the only country that by its situation trad other advantages may be said to represent Britain-did we say Britain alone I-we might with equal propriety have included northern Europe. This is not wild speculation. Look at the map of the world observe the deficit of< land in pur hemisphere-read Uie his- tory-ascertain the capabilities of that whcih does exist, and then compare them/with those of Van Diemtu's Land, and we shall find that if there beany superiority ju the moral charac- ter or intellectual energies, the birthright of a people living in a temperate climate, we in Van Diemen'* Land are alone des- tined to possess then. . Oar situation is truly a singular one, we ba...

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Trials for label. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

[ Trials for label. ... j Íc« cy.-j'.tiU'l'." ???.??-: ; i^:v... W- '??...¡¿'gi;;/ nMrt i;.v.> './i.n:¿ ¡ Cite Jafffifca-jDouf-anl .contains a .very lengdiebe^.aocóuntj ,rf i?B'?}"P»?.Ç.eed»iBgs^nstit4(ifed, ágainsj,; Mr. Bï AU MONT,. ti» JProprietor of that .Paper, ;ft»r a jJibel. on the, Attorney. Generar sof J.umaica..,,..The,proseQUtionwas.çondupte4hyiMr.'DALLAS, .in the name .qf ¿lie King.; -Mr-'BeautpOnt conducted his own case.j.JÇhe pffeosive language' arose put of a,trial tpf a slave ¡at .Móntelo, Bay,,» Théj words, were-r" Itwaiamattempt to ^establish a.precedent which inust put.an, end.to slavery on the .'worst ,a.nd most unjust principles,... . Again^-;". Whereia ques- tion arises wherea s|ave;is,a party,. the. present.AtJorney Ge- neral, does, not consider what is;just,,bu\, w;hfu\>line of conduct niay best please. the antagonists of. the, it^jipriy,. w.hereby be considers he v/ill make his own, seat.in,1¡hei.(3rpwn ÇÙiceipér-' manent.'' ¡.The triol fills two enuVe...

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THE HERMIT [?]an [?]men's Land. [No. 3.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

THE HERMIT in         Van diemen's Land. [No. 3]   "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 libeller ; whereas to a true satirist nothing is so odious as a libeller ; for the same reason as to a many truly virtuous, nothing is so hatefuly as a hypocrite."-POPE.       The intelligence I had collected from the turn, the conver- sation at the dinner table had taken, having determined me, as I before said, to make the loss of my watch the occasion of a visit to the Police-office, I proceeded thither early the fol- lowing morning, and was shewn into the Justice Room, which is large and well adapted for its intended purposes. The exterior of the building appeared neat and well finish- ed, the tout ensemble being quite in character with the apart- ment ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

¿ ,_-- J '»Iii '?"{,'??-""?.?* ' ? ForSwj&b River« ,^.i»E riu^^^-sf-cldsa coppered Ship _ORELIA, «Ç82 Tons per Register, WILLIAM HUDSON, Commander. This fine S ip will positively bail for the above Settlement within one month from this day, being chartered expressly for the voyage there, and to return bete. t Peràons desirous of ascertaining the capabilities of this new and interesting Colony, have now an opportunity of goiug and teturniug,,,,."'.' > " vTbe' Government Regulations for proposed Settlers are of the jèost liberal description, and having already been pub- lished înthe Newspapeis, require no repetition. *»*IS!5,ediateí-applica}ÍQnisnece^ary, as tlje "Cbarterer will havebut little room disposeable.-For Freight or-Pas-* sage, apply*tu Captain¡HUüSON, on board ; or to ^ < ,_'___, .KEMP.6C Co. Agenta,,. ' June" 10,1829._!_¡_i_< ... :Fdr Xondon Direct« ydßM* HUE remarkable,fast-sailing Barque 351$6i SWIFTSURE;.burthen per Register 387 Tons, TH...

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COLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWN: JUNE 19, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

' "~" HOBART TOWN: JUNE 19, 18j». Lei it be impressed upon yonr minds, let it be instilled into yonr children, that lite Libert} of the Press Is the -Palladium of all youl Civi), Political, and Religious Rights. Juflius. Whilst we please ourselves with the prospect of neighbour- ing settlements being formed, and of an advantageous inter- course , in supplying them with the productions of our soil, n) ich for some year, tbey must need, and we, can so well sp,ne, and soexolujively well spare, to be available to them within -any reasonable distance ; and,1 whilst we would, laud every encouragement given, or that may be given by the pa- rent country4o«inigration towards those shores, as-well-asthe ino,t liberal principle of action in spcculatists from Van Die men's Land, in exports fin the necessities and Wants of those vm Settlers., wejtiust be careful to. prevent itsl being .under?. stood thafcwe either recommend the removal of any part of our population, or that we think such could p...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

Sydney News; Our readers will perceive by reference to our Sydney ex-   tracts, and to our last number, the rapid strides our Brethren in Australia are making in their shipping and fishing interests If their soil is ungrateful, and their climate uncertain, they are amply recompensed by the valuable sperm fishery on their coast. The example of that spirited and adventurous house,   JONES & WALKER, has caused many more to venture upon the same speculation. There are no less than 20 or 30 ves-   sels of a large size now sailing out of the Port ot Sydney, for the fishing grounds, and the probability is, that if New South Wales was incapable, of producing them any more than mere fishermen's huts and shelter tor their shipping, that this most lucrative and profitable employment would of itself, without any other internal resource, make the Colony wealthy, and bring its capital sufficient to undertake other branches of beneficial commerce. Wha...

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New Holland. (FROM THE MORNING CHRONIOLE, JAN, 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

New Holland.           [FROM THE MORNING CHRONICLE, JAN, 17.]   Regulations for the guidance of those who may propose to em- bark, as settlers, for the new Settlement on the Western Coast of New Holland.   1. His Majesty’s Government do not intend to incur any ex- pence in conveying settlers to the new colony on the Swan River; and will not feel bound to defray the expence of sup- plying them with provisions, or other necessaries, after their arrival there, nor to assist their removal to England, or else- where, should they be desirous of quitting the Colony. 2. Such persons as may arrive in that Settlement before the end of the year 1830, will receive, in the order of their arrival, grants of land, free of quit-rent, proportioned to the capital which they may be prepared to invest in the improve- ment of the said land and of which capital they may be able to produce satisfactory proofs to the...

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Swam [?] On the West Coast of New Holland [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

Swan River,             On the West Coast of New Holland. By the arrival of the Vibelia, we have received Cape pa- pers the the 16th April last. They contain English news a few days later than that which we have already some weeks since presented to our readers. The New Settlement at Swan River seems to engross all the attention of the Cape people.   Capt. STIRLING had charted two transport vessels at the Cape to convey sheep and cattle to Swan River, for the Settlers. The Vibelia left the Cape of Good Hope on the 25th of April; when His Majesty's ship Sulphur, Captain DANCE, R.N. with the Lieutenant Governor, Captain STIRLING, R.N.   on board, together with the transport Parmelia, Captain LUS- COMBE; were still lying there, and were expected to depart about the 14th May. The ship Calista and another vessel with artificers, &c. were daily expected at the Cape, on their way...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

£.ilro *t> auction* ii >^.ij"li.1 'i <i ^ -1¡ ' » «?'' . SALE BY AUCTION. ., ! ,i&YuMR. D. M'RAY, ? - » At<. the Derwent Auction Mart; on0 Monday and Thursday next, the 22d and i25th June,1 at la o'clock precisely on each day',' to ctose Con- signments, ? * ' .*.//-' ' / * 4 Small Collection of Boots'; Maps,4 and Charts^ ,¿1» a General assortment of Gentle^enV and indisa'' Wearing Apparel, consisting of Dress C<èats. Waistcoats and Trowsers ; Mik Dresses, Shawls and Handkerchiefs, Angola Wo/sted and Cotton Shawls, Cotton Handkerchiefs ; Irish Linen, ¿road and narrow Calicoes, Chemeses ; Shut and Cont Buttons, Slop Clothing ; Needles, Look,in«ç Glasses, Half-pint Tumblers, Tea Caddies, Snuf- fers and, Trays ; a few Dozens of Ale and l'ort Wine"; Felt Hats, ) Leaf Tobacco, Hops; a Land Surveyor's Ai casurina Chain ; Silver Watches, Nail*, assorted,, and a ¿reat variety of other useful Article«. CONDITION'S or SUiE.-Approved Bills at Three...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 June 1829

      SHIP NEWS.   June 13 - Arrived the barque Vibilia, Captain Robert Ste- venson, from London the 4th of January, and the Cape of Good Hope the 22nd April, with 159 boxes dried fruits, 77 pipes wine, 30 bags oats, 1 chaise, 5 bales cottons, calico, and   and woollens, 2 trunks hosiery, 14 packages slops, 3 cases     cutlery, apparel, and snuff, 19 packages containing carriages, 25 pockets hops, 14 bales slops, kerseymeres, woollens, and   blankets, 12 cases cottons, slops, shoe thread, cutlery, and brushes, 25 boxes tin plates, 20 kegs shot, and 2 tierces white lead, for Dawes and Hewitt ; 41 packages blacking, confec- tionary, pickles, stationery, snuff, seeds, harp and music, 8 hhds, white wine, 38 cases port and sherry, and 14 hhds beer, for James Wood ; 8 packages stationery, printed books, ink, &c for Dr. Ross, 100 hhds, beer and 50 half-barrels butter, &nb...

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The French Navy. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 June 1829

The French SSTavya I I he loJlowiug is an extract of a speech oí ftíons. Hyde de I Neafville, delivered m the french Clwmfcérs on the 83rd of I July:- I I state to you that the Froud' 'Navy is that which cost* t'ie I least. The budgets of every countiypiove this, and a few short I observations would sei re to'demonstrate the faot. Hovwei, I to be brief, I shall.here take for terms of comparison oui/ I those powers whose naval force Host generally fixes atteuti on. ^ r ' Hi We have afloat, or on the stocks . . 33Û vessels. England has.s .> 1. -GOO ' - < > The United States have .. . *, .*''53-"l " -' / ' i Of this number France has . . ii« .*.« 53 ships oftbeliue. England has.-141 ^ '-.- ' The United Ssntes have',' .'. >. «. '1*2 ' * "s < Of this same number Franoe has«". .'' 55;frigates. i England has ....'... . 142 ¡ <'i The Uuited States .' . . . í : .".o J7 -< « ' I Total ships of the^line aud frigates in France ' .. '. &am...

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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 June 1829

I . Wool, ? A vessel has arrived fiom New South Wales and Ven Die men's L nd, bringing home upwards of 200 bales of the wool of those Colonies. <It seems theieis a peculiarity about the climate of that country which has an cttiaordmary efiectqn the wool, so as to reduce it to a veiy soft texture. The breed of sheep is now much attended to , the subject lias been taken up by two Companies, and also bj a nnmuer of setlleis , and theie can be no hazard in the conjecture, t'iat ft oin the pro- gressive improvement in the quality etery j ear, the twq Colo- nies will, in tea or fifteen jeais¡ be adequate fp the giowth'of aä much wool of a fine deserintiqn, as ever will be \Vauled by the manufacturers of England, sud theieby rendering ns inde- pendent of Spain and German v. The wools of th Hock of Mr. M'Arthur, who. was one of the ougmal gro.ve.s in that country, are improved to such ade¡,riee, ibat part of his wool made some of the hr.dst cioth that hv> ever been see &am...

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SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 26 June 1829

NEWS. SHIP JUNE 23.-\rrived the bug Hind, Captain J.ick, from St. Thofius's the 17iH Fehiuary, willi 109 lilidfî und 00 buriel-.' siiRUi, 3d bl»«! colTee, St puncheons mm, 4 c.isks tobacco, «ntl 3'lilui-, tjianil), consigned to Crombie, Maclaren, and Co. , , Jo Nu 2U-Sailed tor Sydney, the barque Nimrod, Captain \ Chdlmtis, min 1850 bags Manilla sugar} 100 tit K11» butter, 4? barrels pork, 3 cases whaling gear, 2 blubbert hbokjlj*'4 J try, -vvoilcs, 0 riuurfce bars,-.6 cases planp»; tàciups copper,'9 casks copper nails;'.I buiùdle copper tolM^-IO, 'muskets, »bags pota-; toss, and 24 Mag* «JtieaCitfasfseiriger;», Mr.'J. Klaheity, supei p&&o,'HHá Mir. JoserJli'Birch.'^ ^'A U-, ". ¡. ? . . ' v ¥*ÎK1 22":-failed the ¿Britta» ^«Bí»'» Corneby. for Syd «ey, vittli pin t*of (ter ihipnrr'cnfiiO.-Passengers'," Mr. J. Mac- namara, Mr. W. Fustei, Mr. K.iCunuuighani, Mr. Riley,-pav «enger»'from Rio, and Mr.Lolgieen, fionv this place. . "* ". _ --Cleared the bug Ionia, CapliHrrBtt...

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