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Supreme Court, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, APRIL 15, 1826. KING V. BENT. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 April 1826

    SUPREME COURT   VAN DIEMEN'S LAND APRIL 15 1826 i>y KING V BENT an bli no de ed vvi da no th< I . on SOI sw th no This was an information filed ex officio by the Attorney General against Mr Andrew Bent for libel. This was the second trial   the former one having been vitiated in con- sequence of irregularity in receiving the ver-   dict. Mr Stephen the Solicitor General and Crown Solicitor, opened the pleadings. The Information consisted of several counts; the first three of'which were as to an article inserted in this Journal on the 8th of Octo-   ber, 1824, respecting Colonel Arthur, and Mr. Bent, as to the Proprietorship of this Journal, then called the Hobart Town Ga- zette ; the other counts were as to an article inserted on the 5th of February following,   respecting the trial of Colonel Bradley and   Colonel Arthur at Honduras. The acting ATTORNEY-GENERAL ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 April 1826

THE-Anniversary of the Birth-day ôfltis Gaciou.s Majesty, King George the Fourth, falling this Xt>afon a Sunday, it »directed that it "¡shall be celebrated with the usual Demonstrations of Joy and Respect on the following Day} namely,von Mondaythej24th Instant, which is accordingly to be observed as a Holiday throughout the Territory ; and the Government Mechanics and Labourers aiB'to be exempted from Work'on that Day, Ai> Sun.rise on Monday,' the 2.4th Instant^ the Boyal Standard will be hoisted at MuU irrave Battery, and the Uiiioti Jack at Mount »ei»n.u, r «-.% \t ,<t rr,;"v;T . At Àoon, a Boyal Sald'te'Vifl be fifed from Mulgrave Battery, and all the Troops.-in G»i'nton-will- fire à Feu-de-joie immediately after the Salute, in honor of the Day. M Half*past 7 o'clock, His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor will hold a .Levee at'CrOvertiment House. r ?. By Ki» Excellency's Command _ J ' M JOHN MQNTACU, Secretary. ," Oonrnxefieiriai Office, April 4lk', 1826. WHEATS...

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Colouial Times ROBART TOWN: FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 21 April 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN : FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1826. By our report of the trial, for the second time, of Mr. BENT, upon Mr STEPHEN'S infor- mation for libel upon Lieutenant Governor     Arthur contained in the two articles pub- lished now nearly two years ago, it will be seen, that the acting Attorney-General HONE expressed himself in the following words to the Jury :—         " But, Gentlemen, you will perhaps say the Lieutenant Governor held a remedy in his own hands ; that this Newspaper being published by authority, and bearing the official notification of the Secretary, that the Lieutenant Governor   could have controuled it. Unfortunately, such was not the case. If it had, can it be sup- posed that Lieutenant Governor Arthur would   have suffered such articles as these to have been inserted. But he had no means of preventing it. The Press, the only one then in the Island, w...

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Launceston News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

üauittf i&ton istm. The schooner Darling, Captain Dowsett, sailed for Sydney on Ft ¡day last, and the Speedwell will sail to-morrow, both ladea with wheat, on account of Mr. Thomas Wilr liams, whose establishment has reduced the prices of goods nearly to the Hobart Town rate.-The Supply Mills will be in operation in a few days.-The large recent exposi- tions of wheat to Sydney from Launceston, will be of great use to this Colony ; first, be- cause it is a proof that the sister Colony has not sufficient of that first of necessaries for her own consumption ; and secondly, be. cause the greater the export in the earl/ part of the season, the sooner will the lowest probable market-price become settled. At present, it fluctuates at Launceston from 6s. to 8s. per bushel. We trust it may be* come stationary at the latter sum, now that its value at Sydney is known. < There are two men in gaol, who have been 19 months confined; having been found guilty of uttering dollar n...

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Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

Supreme Court.   On Saturday last, Jeffries and Perry were found guilty of the wilful murder of Mr. Tibbs's child. The particulars of which are so fully known to our Readers, that a repe-   tition would be useless. It being midnight when the Jury delivered their verdict, it was too late to pass sentence. On Tuesday, Brady and the other bush- rangers were tried for a highway robbery, and for setting fire to Mr. Lawrence's stacks. Brady pleaded guilty, and the rest were found so. We have given some particulars as to these men in another place.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

,--ooo--- M ?' Limite? as is'our space, ive have seldom op- portunity to oblige our poetical friends. l'$ut " The tiViTiVRh'LAliiEtiT" commands insertion and will appear in our next. . \\ ^ . . -OOQ---' . "/"'"¡k. Postscript.-»Lastnight arrived-thehnj Ann, Captain .Grimes, from the Isïè of Franck I in great distress, having been nearly lost in a hurricane within about' an hundred miks of the " Mauritius.. ' The decks were sWept clear, and the water ajl'stove.' Fpr the last four days all on board have.sujtéjejj,Severely. |

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

(original Comayonfottife. Jto the Editor of the CofonirtTiUEfy ' I Sir,-In a recent number, >your,tW pondent Z, adduced some well khown . stances of what Mr. Stephen calls «conviR 1 wish tn rirnw emir a**nn*iT *__.""ill, ' uuuciaiuiiM, man uy no means wish fo nnl Hate this offence, which every man must inn sider a great moral evil. But when its tom mission, or assumed commission, is urged « I a ground of unfitness for society, I wl§k !? remind you of a few instances in the hixktu possible grade. I shall begin with reminditií you (passing over the " Perdita" an& « ¡g Bird of Paradise," and other celebrated bead ties), of certain concubinage as .to Mrs. Fit» herbert of the olden time ; and I shall ail Mr. Stephen whether ke ever heard of two distinguished Marchionesses of more recení celebrity. And yet the great personage to whom 1 allude, has been universally and justly designatedl" the first Gentleman in Eu rope." I next come to the second braöcfc of this august family, a...

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New South [?]ales. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

^tö'£out&»Äift;, By the Dragan, we have received'the Syd- ney Papers and Letters from our various Cor- respondents, to the 15th instant. We have the utmost satisfaction in finding, that The Australian, by a recent importation of type, at the first cost expence of £1000 sterling, is now enabled to publish twice-a-week. The able manner in which that incomparable Journal is conducted, is the theme of uni- versal admiration. We may safely say, that there are few in London, and none out of it, which will admit of comparison. The j steady uniform course which it pursues, un. moved by the coarse and noisome personal scurrilities of the Sydney Gazette, places it in a very superior point of view. The advan- tages which the sister Colony possesses in such a Journal so conducted, have been strongly commented upon, not only in the leading Metropolitan, but in the most respec- table English Provincial Journals, and in many of those in the Colonies, where it has been received. We trust it...

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Latest Sydney Intelligece. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

      Latest Sydney Intelligence GOVENOR DARLING is extremely popular. He is strict, but impartial ; and, above all, knows no distinction of persons, but what arises from merit. He is re-organising all the Public Departments, which at present of course finds him abundant occupation. He entertains large parties at Dinner twice a week; and in the evenings there are large assemblies, to which all the respectable in- habitants are invited. Much dissention appears to prevail at Syd- ney, in regard to the new Banks. The pro position made by the new Sydney Commer- cial Bank to the old Bank, for an union, has been rejected. The capital of the former is £ 100,000, in 2,000 shares of £50 each. The pure Merino Bank, called the Bank of   Australia, is about to commence operations; Mr. JOHN McARTHUR, President. The Sydney Gazette speaks in great wrath of the dreadful abomination of the tremen- dous whiskers of some individual here in Hobart Tow...

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Dr. [?]ood. Hobart Town, April 24th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

Bv* fôooti* Hobart Town. April 24/Ä, 1826. Sir,-I request you will have the goodness to publish the enclosed letters to His Excel- lency the Lieutenant Governor, in order that my friends and fellow Colonists may know the offence which caused His Excellency to issue the Government Notice of the 19th in- stant, depriving me df participating in fur- ther favours and indulgencies from the Local Government.-1 am, Sir, your most obedient servant, S. Hood. ' To the Editor of the Colonial Times. , ' _ Hobart Town, April 18ift, 1826. Sir,-I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of Your Excellency's invitation card for St. George's Day. Your Excellency . U now almost two years in this Colony, during which period 1 have been treated, both as an Officer in His Majesty's service, and as an in- dividual, with the most absolute neglect, both by yourself and suite. I am therefore under the painful necessity of declining the honour of dining with Your Excellency on the 23d current.-1 have the h...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN:       FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1826.   ^ theabtih^Attorney-General Hon'ej in his address to tne Jury, on ; the ¡occasion of Mr. Bent's lastjtrial;for libel, laid>down certain Jjmits,within which he considered political WTt¿Cr&PÜ'jgÍit ,tp confine .thec'ir.'obseryatioris, ljjjs^or^s.w^ 'to «rfjf, ttfqtffL^ewspaper,muy npt'discussfair pugliç. mèfls'ures.'j^ But jj^^ ín~¿ihat thé^àréjlfsh.qn iel/^^Älifypußh it'ifnqy fie(possible that hemqy temperately.*-We" ' give' ihê .nibble¡jpi Íwhat; èmmh^ëi^idjAn^ ¿V .be'únfit för his, ;: pccupation. The conduct of the Government according to the first Law ^OfltcW1 ¿f toe Crown, " ii the mere machote of the Govefn ment,v affords an admirable &ptfcim"en«of the accuracy with which the^pilriciples ^thuS held forth by this high Public Officer, as to " moderation and témp'rànce, and personal attacks against private families, and giffen in- dividuals," ure acted...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

Ship News. Arrived on Monday, the Australian Com- pany's ship Greenock, Captain Miller, with a cargo from Scotland for that Company. — The Greenock left Leith the 22d November, and the Cape of Good Hope the 4th March. — Passengers, (for Hobart Town), Mr. Gracie, Mr. W. Crawford Davidson, Mr. Burn, Mrs. Robertson and family, Mr. John Davidson, Mr. John Dalzell, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mailer, Messrs. William and John Elliot, Mr. John Fitzpatrick and family, Mr. James Dow, Mr. John M'Rae and family. — For Sydney, Mr. Andrew Newton and family, Mr. William Reid, Mr. Shairp, Mr. Gavin Ralston, the Rev. Mr. M'Garvie, (Presbyterian Clergyman), Mr. Rankin, Mr. James Sloan, Mr. William Jobson, Mr. Ed- ward Middleton, Mr. Thomas Elliot, and Mr. Robert Smith. Sailed on Tuesday, the brig John Dunn, Captain M'Beath, for London, chartered by Mr. Petchey, and laden with bark and ex- tract of ditto, on his account. — Passengers, Dr. Carter, R. N., Mr. Wilmot and family, and Maj...

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(FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

"V JFROM TBM AUSTRALIA^.) i ai Wc have inserted a letter, which appeared in The Times Newspaper on the 28th of last September.-This communication shews the nature of the statements forwarded from the Colonies, apd its being favoured with a place .in The Ti mt-, is a proof of the attention which is beginning tobe paid by the English Journals to the public affairs of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Private wri- ters by keeping up a correspondence with their friends in England, and by having their descriptions of the state of the Colonies pub- lished in the Newspapers at home, so long îis they adhere rigidly to the truth, may do some little service. Exaggeration however, but too frequently enters into their recitals, when shielded from the consequences ot mis-statement ; and what they detail is there- fore regarded with suspicion by persons w ho do not wish to be misled, and^vhom it is ma- terial not to mislead.-The public (and for the most part correct) remarks of the Colo- nia...

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Latest English News. DOWN TO THE 30TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

Latest English News   DOWN TO THE 30TH NOVEMBER     There has been a most serious fall in the London money market. Consols on the 21st had suffered a depreciation of eleven per cent. ; they have since recovered a little. India Bonds were on that day at a discount of 17 per cent. Exchequer Bills at nearly a similar rate. This unexpected circumstance is accounted for in the leading London Jour- nals, by reference to the immense sums which have been invested in the numberless recent- ly established speculating Companies ; near- ly one-half of which have burst, and the re- mainder are in a very tremulous state. The directors of one Company, who had called for 3 per cent, from the subscribers, amount- ing to .£6000, called them together, and laco- nically declared that the affair was imprac- ticable, and that the money was all gone, that the first loss was the best, and therefore they gave up the concern. We have more than once offered some few obse...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 28 April 1826

T Government Notice. THE under-mentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates of Freedom and Tickets of Leave. CERTIFICATES.-v-Peter Blackshaw, Stephen Greaves, Andrew Blake, William Bartlett, Henry Down, Joseph ïtepnall. William Ma son, James Gurd, Joseph Rickard, Thomas Tucker, William Connor, Thomas Merin, Ann Maxwell, Eliza Clifford, Ellen Kenne-' day, John Purnell, Mary Boyd, John Warne, James Cunningham, William Tildesley, and Charles Holloway. Tfc&rrs or Leave-Richard Kerry, Saun» d,«pJ)çighton, and John Bruce. JoHNlVf&NTAGU,, Secretary. QUARTER commencing March 25th, and ending 24th June, 1826, viz. * FRESH MEAT, at per lb Hobart Town- arch 31, Samuel Hood,"   7000. at 3d. ; April 7, Patrick Wood, 7000, at 3d. ; April 14, James Triffitt, 7000, at 3d. ; April 21, David Lord, 7000, at 3d.; May 2, 5 and 12, Daniel Stanfield, 21000, at 2 & 1/4 d. ; between the May 19 and June 23, Edward     Rand, 21000, at 2 &amp...

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Supreme Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

ättjprettte täoutu ? WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. G.CAimvRiGUT,Esq.v. P. A. MuLGRAVF,Esq. This was an action brought to recover £\ 50, being the amount of a Bill of Exchange drawn by the defendant on his agent in Lon- don, and dishonoured. Mr. GELLIBRAND was for the plaintiff, and Mr. STEPHEN for the defendant. It was urged for the plaintiff by Mr. Gelli- brand, that much injury was sustained by persons drawing bills which were not ho- noured, and that the indorsee was therefore entitled to recover whatever damage he could shew he had sustained in consequence there- of. Upon this point the whole question turned, merely to ascertain what damage had been sustained by the plaintiff in conse- quence of the dishonour or this bill. The Law of re-exchange did not apply to this case, being merely between foreign countries.. But the plaintiff contended, that as he was a material loser by the dishonour of the bill, he was-entitled to compensation in the shape of damages, in addition to the sum for which...

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Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

Uatföt íEugUoíj Neto*. We have received the London Journalsto the 7th December. We lament to perceive that a most serious depression has taken place in the money market, which is attri- buted to the re-action arising from the failure of almost all the speculative company delu- sions with which it had been deluged.-. We have inserted amongst our English ex- tracts one from the Morning Chronicle, which will be found extremely expressive of the great cause of the present calamity. Aud it is extraoi dinary, that about the same date we offered to our Readers some observations in which i ecent events appear to have abun- dantly boine us out. We shall endeavour in our next to insert the leading aiticle of The Times, of the 29th November. It is a most masterly production, and fully corroborates all our anticipations. It was supposed that an application would be made to Government for assistance by some of the almost innu- merable victims to the stock company delu- sions. Bat it is said, tha...

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The Native's Lament. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

H\)t jtfattto** üamcnt. Oh ! where are the wilds I once sported among, Wheu as free as my clime through its forests I sprung ; ' When uo track but the few which our fires had made, Had tarnished the carpet that nature.had laid; When the lone waters dashed down the dark- some racine, ~^s*e*^d~~*r~-r O'erhung by the shade of the Huon's dark ' green; . When the broad morning sun o'er our moun- tains could roam, And see not a slave in our bright Island home. When our trees were unscath'd, nor our echoes awoke, To the hum of the stranger, or woodman's wild stroke ; N Wheu our rocks proudly rose 'gainst the dash of the main, - And saw not a bark on the wide azure plain ; When the moon through the heaven's roll'd onward, and smil'd, As she li¿riited the home of the free and the wild. Oh ! my country, the stranger has found thy fair clime, And he comes with the sons of misfortune and crime ; He brings the rude refuse of countries laid waste, , To tread thy fair wilds, and thy waters to tast...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 5 May 1826

SHIP NEWS On Monday, arrived the ship Woodman,       Capt. Leary, from England, with 150 male prisoners. On board this ship have arrived the Rev. Mr. Mummery,(a regular Clergyman) Mr. Christmas, the Bank Clerk, and Mr. Jef-, f g on (or some such name) a Swede, all of whose cases excited much observations in England. On Wednesday, arrived the ship Albion, from England, last from the Cape of Good Hope, with a general cargo. Sailedthis morning, the brig Ann, Capt   Grimes, from the Mauritius, for Sydney. Price of Bread-5d. per Loaf. Sitting Magistrate-A. Moodie, Esq.

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