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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 16 March 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1829. it is ih« public duty of a Journalist to dispel ' delusion; but in the discharge of Uiit duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those Mho are Interested in preventing the JJgis of truth from confronting and 'dissipating their power. Quam obrem licet irrideat, 61 quisvult: plus .spud me tauten, vera ratio valebit quain vulgi opinio. — Cicuio. Good nature and good sense inuEt ever join; To err is human, to forgive divine.— PotE. It is but charitable to suppose that the SftUguinory practice of duelling; is kept up, as much or more by intoxication, than by a mistaken notion of houour or heroism, or in obedience to malice or revenge. Yet it is very strange that any one should consider that action as heroic or honourable, which the smallest reflection may convince him is tie direct contrary, The character of an hero as depicted by the ablest writers, is ?.eldom tainted with resentment or ill-will : it displ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

TO tORUESPONDENTS. ' Propundus**1b too profound fur us. *' Pkojectou.'— his anticipation of wedding1 does not suit us; he may have it if he calls, and take it were it will be more acceptable. ?* Lookf.r-on' will be noticed, for in fact we have felt all he so ably describes. *' Saucy' is too saury for us. 'Caustic,' — we must consider, as we must not be too bitter. 'ftuis,' 'Tickle,' No. 63, aud— — — X 'are received. We have received several letters from our friends tending to confirm the questions we had a*k'ri about the Bank, and refuting the unmanly attack of our Contemporary last week. We had pre pared them for the press, but having learned th-it the parties interested did not authorize such an ,atta« k, and not wishing to keep up party di-putes, ?we beg our friends will excust- their non-ai pHiir . ance. Our motives aie any thing but »? mercenary. '

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By the Rev. GEORGE CROLY, A. M. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

Bj the Re*. GEORGE CROLY, A. M. « Farewell, my Gentle harp farewell, Thy task 6hall soon be done, And *hp who loved thy lonely spell* Shall like its (one* be gone. Gone to the bed where mortal pain Pursues the weary heart in vain. »? I ehed no tears, light passes by The pang that melts in tears ; The stricken bosom that ran 6igh, No mortal arrow bears. When corops die heart's true agony, The lip is hushed, and calm the eye. ' And mine has come, no more I weep, No longer passion's slave, My sleep in m-t be th'unwuking sleep, My bed i»ust be the grave. Through my wild brain no more shall move, Or hope, or fear, or joy, or love.' TVhat arrogance—- ——. ? how insolent is upstart pride ! Hadkt thou not thus, with insult vain, provok'd my patience to complain, I had conceal'd thy meaner birth, nor traced lliee to the scum or earth.— Giy. «' ? . To the Old Woman who writes for the ' Corn VA1.IL PkKSS.' -l She has given strong assertions without proof, violent declamation without argument, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

Por Sydney* I ^jSfig.THE remarkably fine fast-wHinR Schooner ™ TOW WATERLOO, C«i-t. Oiaiield. hawing ae the greatest part of her Cargo on board, wilUje the Irst vessel for Sydney; her accommodations are very superior foi passenger*. For Passage only, apply to the Master pn board; or to TH0MAS WILLIAMS. Lannceston, March Uib, 1829. MAILS FOR ENGLAND. PobtOflice, Launceston, Feb. 16, 1829. MAILS for England will be forwarded by the Ships Coronet and Lady Koweka, expected to sail m a few days. N. B.— The Post Office is for the present re moved to the late Naval Office. FOR Sale at the Cornwall Hotel, at the following very low prices, having been pnrchased very cfieap at a recent sale, and to close a consignment. Wheat will be taken. Check shirtt at 3f Bed do. at 5s Dock trowsers at fi» Dress do. at 15s Striped do. 7« fid Blue do. at 10s. Jackets at 101 Drawers at 3s 6d Window curtains at per yard, *« ©* Ladies' stays at 14* 6d Blue shawls at do. White do. at 6» Fancy do. at 7s 6d Worst...

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CROSS READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

CROSS BBAVINGS. J wire a-^lame byana, ^ the national debt?-thc gteam*Dgine. What ? - SZSfiSa % wliil thosl living steara-eng/mes ? the mob? TheraTs, nowever, this essential differ. ? ence between the two, that, the burst once over, ? the machine becomes as tame «nd harmless as a ? child, or a rattling Whig lawyer with a place s un- H oer government ; whereas the people when duly ? rousld, go on thundering at thedoor of the legis- H ( iature with increasing force; so that if you ouce H ndulBe lielr importunity, by reforming the most ? ? uvetmte abuse, you must go on till * social or. ? der' is cut up into ribbons, and nothing remains ? for a to5-eater to subsist upon. But If .team-ea. ? iKare ttter subjects tU the JWKJV ? trifling advantage. M linnrt snd situation.— A sown, or mww *w»» ?? sS£€tes£taggs I pirns SS^a*»!T?TS I iSSS Tiea-mud or«sludg*'f »J»on their fanoVindTn Herefordshire they apply consider, ill. V.'..«ntitles of salt todielr cyder orchards.— Note byBditor.-Tlusanlwew ...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

SHIP Jli|L NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. On Tueiday 17th — The Colonial cutter Fanny, Richard Frederick: master, from Circular Head, with 300 bushels of wheat. --? On Wednesday 18th.— -The Colonial schooner' JJnr/mgv Samuel Landeu. Commander, with r cargo belonging to Mr. A. Bpveridije* who. with his *i(e, 2 children j and 2 servauts came as pat** eugers. REMAINING IN HARBOUR. ' The ships Coronet and Lady Roteena, the cuttf Ctirrcttty (ass, the schooners Henry, Rttofjttion. Waterloo and Hrtle ; the two laltir are fast leac iqgwith vrlnat for the Sydney matkot. SAILED WOM UOBAtlT TOWN. On TfrfwMrfaj/, 18th.— The Ting Hebe, for th Isle «f France. On Thurtday^ 19th.— The brig Dr«gon^ fo launcpston. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

F OR Sale at ihe Stores of THOMAS 1 WILLIAMS, Fine bottled Sherry and Po.t, ? Id Sand 6doz. packages, Claret in ^doz.andS ? dU.cases, Madeira lS i ^s.Cape Madeira i«. I »5pp8, i Pipes, and k casks, tine Bottled Porter I 2oPd AIpY BVown Stont in ' h^rad^ne Hyson ? tea in I chests and caddies, Hysoiwfcio t-a In ? ch« s, i rhests, and J chests, Isle of *««' ? Pufior,'by the ton or bag, Refined loaf dittp.j Fme ? wSom roisins, jSoap by the box, Tin in ditto, ? Mil Tobafco, Ah *xcellei» assortment of Iron ? and Steel, Cart arms and fcoxes. Ship's canvass, ? twin* and cordage, fitch, Tar, Rosin, Oil, Tur ? Jentin', and all sorts of Pkint, Canvas, jiacks, ? Pit and crofcwut saws, foolscap and letter pa- th ? per, Superfine blue and black doth *rtd Iwraey- ca ? ineres, Shoemakers' tools of all' kinds, also ca ? f aimers' and other Tjrnshes, Cedar plank, Gun- 8tl ? powder and shot, Day nfld Marttn's blacking, #c ? Vetal tea and coffee pots, Rice, Coffee, Black wi ? f epper, Gln««r, Cream of ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 23 March 1829

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISEU. MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1629. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duly he must not expect to find his road perfectly 'tree from the arrows of those w ho are interested in preventing the .Egisof truth from confronting and dissipating their power. Hacnugae soria ducunt in mala.— Horace. These triflVs lead to serious evils.— Translator. His attachment is infamy, and entails ruin and disgrace upon all witbitt it* poisonous reach. The Slanderer cannot be defended in any one point of view, and in ordier to restrain his pernicious practices, we will proceed to enumerate some of the evils he occasions ; as also some of the tokens by which, in our tery small community, lie may be known, and we are fully aware that we only need to unmask him, to cause him to become that object of horror, which his poisonous breath so very richly merits. Iu our small society slander is ever at work ; one reason m» we have little news, no publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

I Laahcesfon. ? -' ? - - J& J. SOLOMON beg to call the atten ? tion of their Friends and the Public in [ general, to their very extensive and well selected I stork of merchandize, comprising almost every I useful and necessary article, and at reduced prices. I Slops nnd wearing apparel of superior quality [ HoysVand youths' superfine dresses I Superfine and other bats' ~ I linen drapery and haberdashery I Superfine broad cloths and kerseymeres [ Very superior long cloth shirting and calico [ Fashionable shawls [ lad ins' silk handkerchiefs, crape shawls and I «carfc, hosiery and gloves . . I Gr«en baize, blankets aud flannels ?i.miiefc' stajB [ GtiHlemeiis', Ladies' and Children's boots and. I tinkerv ware of various descriptions , ; J^Kiblefi and wine glasses '. j^Bft' rod, and nail iron' v o&yl*'* 'in8ecd oili white and black paint k^j^tpgrb head and BrazH tobacco [/;/jPi(uB«iiel raisins, currants, soice'arid loaf sugar tf I Snuff, Kugiish soap and eaiiales ' . .' ...

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Grand display of Pugilism. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

Grand display of Pugilism. ???-? The lovers of this sport hud a fine tfept «r Friday last. The long-talkud-of match bet wet n Payne the butcher, (a j;i ize-figUter of the toodoi riug) and our old favour! e ' Jack's the lad,?' took place at 1 1 o'clock in the forenoon, ' ' . ?, , . On peeling the Butcher shewed well as to Jengtb of arm and muscle, but seemed deficient as IfftJjit underttandiiig. Jack calmly surveyed iiis anlPM.. nist, when ibey immediately shook uaads, yet %i their statious and commenced, r&- ' llouud l,t.— The Uutcher evidently afraid to go in too close, a few flight hits exchanged, when Jack placed a good bit undisi the jugular, which brought the Butcher down. First knock down blow for Jack. Round 2nd.— Jack bade a feint with Ills right hand, find planted a heavy blow with his left on fail opponent's nob, which made him again kiss his mother earth. Round 3rd.— No chance for the Butcher, Tor although he hit out rieht and h'lt. bis blows fell short; Jack went...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

LAVNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the'tiisclwrge of this duty fct must not expect to find his rqad perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the jEgis of truth from confronting aud dissipating their power. . Vina potu moderata htlriari nninium, Immodcralo vixas excitari.— Houace. ' To be now a sensible man, by and by a fool, and presently a beast! Every inordinate cup is unblessed, aud the ingredient is a devil.' We were led into the following remarks by 1 the late rage for duelling which has sprung! uj) like a fiend amongst us, and we believe \ we shall clearly show to the community that I passing events are not unnoticed by us, aud that it is not ouly our wish, but our constant care and study, aided by our eo much envied library, to turn such occurrences to public advantage by the moral strain which pervades our leading or leaded articles, lew grah- 1 fkalions are totally d...

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[ORIGINAL POETRY.] I. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

vOBlGWAL POETRY.! I. RouridTvtMAN'* Isle the b.tlows slop, Aiiil sparkles bright tlm dancing spray, As euch wild rock and craggy steep Are silver'd toy the moon's roft ray B Light floats the sea-gull on Uwtidp, I The wearied boatman sinks to rest, I And not a cloud is seen to glide . ? Reflected on the opeau's breast. ? HI. ? Rut o'er the seas so calm nnd fair, n ? wimt sounds of melting music flaw ! ? That rising o'er the midnight air, ? i'our the sweet notes exulting so. ? ..„..?. .? IV.. H Tvsmahia'b genius hovers near, . ? She smiles to »ee her Bops anso, ? xod greets the opening of the year,, ? forsees their jjlories from Uiebkies. . ? - ? -.-???? V.. ? prophetic, seejTASMANiAW youth ? Most boldly dare the Southern Seas, H Sees them bold, emulous of truth, ? Who jbcoro to bow at Despot's knees. ? We duly received the 'Cornwall Press' on WV'tdneide* afternoon, instead of Tuesday morning, ?end find we have committed a crime in the opinion ?-tf the Editor or Conductor of that Pape...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

F;OIi Sale at the Cornwall Hotel, at The following vrry low prices, having bi-eu iiiirchased *e.y cheap at a rcwnt *u!e, and to {?lose a consignment. Wheat will be lakeu. j Check tliirls at 3s 1 ){ rd do. at 5s Duck trowsers at 5s Dress do. at 15s Striped do. 7s 6d Blue do. at 10s. Jackets at ]0s Drawers at 3s Gd \ Window curtains at per yard, 2s 0(1 Ladies' stays at 12s 6d Blue shawls at do. While do. at 6s Fancy do. at 7s GU Worstoad do. at l2sGd Orange do. at 7s 6d Worsted stockings a 1 .4s White cotlou do. at do. Dido do. at 3s fid * Ditto do. at 3s Braces at Is 6d White gloves at 2s 6d I)iab do. ut 3s Glazed muslin at per yard 3s Gd Block bombazine do. 3s OH Norwich crape do. 4s (id Waistcoating do. 4s Gd Insertion and scollopiog do. 2s -jd Night caps at Is 9d Do! do. at Js 3d Sockl at per pair 2s 5i|katperyard7s€tt Clasps nt per pair 9d Waistcoats at 15s each Childrens' dresses do. Silk handkerchiefs at 5s. Sand paper at 3s per quire Calico at Is 6d per yard , . Wens' cotton s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

NARRATIVE OF A SAILOR** ESCAPE FROM A Fuig ATb-AVe we«Miot more^huh »W quarter's fa mile from a barren and rocky -kmd, and I determined to risk every thing to gain **«£V* on board one or the merchant ships in the «n*rn. ing. The 6rst thing was to get «}* ffl0.n*r fr™ my bag of clothe., which waswugiy giMJ mv hammock on tue lower deck. _ I stole quietly. down, and was in Me act or nuiauug ''-p-^ when the Serjeant of marines and roaster. afcarms, K goi«g their halMionrly rouudst nearly caught we; but springing unobserved tuto my hamtaoc',! lay covereatiflthcy passed, and was «Ta°ittle alarmed to filidAM 1 *a* Ibe subject of their conversation. 'Do you knot the num ber of the pressed roan's berth ?' said the €er jeant;'l heard the officers say he was worth keeping, and it would be well to fc-«p nu eye upon him.' ' I don't know his number' replied the master.at.armB, « but I saw him on the fore- castle just after the watch was mustered. So soonasXhey were on the ladder I untied my bag a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

Subscribers to the *? LnutiCEhToX AuvuiTibtB*' | aje u'bpecifuily inforiiit-d, ihai Ow annual *&»- j scri.»aoM will be HI 12». Single i'^n U «* , If paid quartfily in #dva-»ce |.Os |wr «u«rUT | Advurlis«Vnls io Sobbcrib.-i* b inws and u.iotr -. as Oil. aud 3d per line tornU.atwvt- « '''.f'.1* Noii-subsciibeis 8 lines and uiiUei Ss.--aH « »UJ| 8 lilies 3d t.er line. All AdvenistiuciU lo be «»«» for before insertion.' ' . Lauiiccstcu: V n.ited by J. V.awkhbRi 4«»'» Cauiuou iUeel, [?]

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS FORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 30 March 1829

SHIP NEWS.   ARRIVED IN THIS FORT. On Sunday last.— The brag Dragon, Captain T Ay l'qii, from Hobart 'Town. SAILED MOM THIS POUT. On the 23rd ? For Sydney, the schooner Wait? l-w, Capt. E. B.Oldfiilld, with 2,000 bushels of wheat, 4l« kangaroo skins, 17 trusses of nay, ?J a ton of potatoes, and 1 passsenger. On the 26th.— For Circular Head, TheV. D. t. Comiiany's cutter, Fanny, Richard Fredeuick, Master, 'with a cargo of sundries. On the 88th,— For Sydney, the schooner Dar ling, Capt. S. &AUDEH, with a cargo of. sundries. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On Tuesday last.— The brig William Young, Cnpt. Reynolds, from Leith the 10th of Oct., and Cape of Good Hope the 1st Feb., with a general cargo, and the following Passengers,— The Rev. Mr. Adair, and sister, Miss Yates, Mrs. Grant and 3 children, Mrs. Rocher, Mr. Kean, and Mr. Mills. On Thursday last, — The ship Governor Ready, Capt. Young, from Sydney in ballast. Passen gers,— Capt. Briggs of the 63rd. regt.. Dr. Wilson...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

SHIP Jli^ NEWS. ARnivi;j- inr hobart town. On Wpdnesdny last,— The brig Quten Charlotte, (Capt. Manehan.) on her way to Sydney from Calcutta, with a general cargo aud 3 passengers. On Friday last,— The ship Pyr&mus, (Capt. El der.) from London l4lh October, with « general cargo., 2 Flemish horses, 3 maie.i, 8 rams, and lb- «wes, With S3 Passengers, one half for Sydney. (AILED FROM HOB ART TOWN. On Monday last, — The ship Marquisof Lantioan (Capt Koys.) for London, with a general cargo, and 8 Passengers. On WeiWiday lnst,—Th-» brig Guide, (Capt. A'hmore.) Tor Sydney, with part of her irtporl cargo, all her original Passengers, and 25 tons potatoes. . ? *? On Thursday lngr,— The «hip, Gpvermur JtraHj/^ (Capt. Young,) for the Isle of Francje in iri;ballagt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

I Launcesfon. ''* J& J. SOLOMON ty£to caUtta;|ft^ ? lion of 'thelr'trienfls am} the Public in ? general, to their verj ex teufliveaud veil selected I stock of mcrcheudJte, comprising almost every I awful and necessary article, and at reduced prices. I Slops and wearing apparel of superior quality I Boys' and y»oth«'-sop*rfinedw«6ei .- Superfine -and«tber*ats „. ?- ? . LinW-lr*petyand.^.1isrdasK6i«y- , ' \\ J ;.': Superfine broadcloth* and icmeytnere* Vcrv superior Ions cloth shirting and calico Fashionable shawls L*di*s? silk handkerchief*, crap& shawls and scarfs, hosiery and gloves Green baize, blankets aud flannels 4 Ladies' stay* OentJemeus', ladies' and Children's boots and ahaeb Crockery ware of various descriptions Tumblers and wine glasses Cooking glasses assorted Barf rod, -and nail iron Lime, linseed oil, white and black paint tfegro head and Brazil tobacco . itu8cat«l raisins, entrants, spice and. loaf sugar. Snuff, English soap and candles Iron pots, -iro...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APKIX 6, 1829. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he mast not expect to find bis road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested ?n. preventing the .ttgicof truth from confronting and dissipating their power. She walks the- waters like a thing of life, And seems to dare the elements to strife. Without commerce we should lose our natural and acquired energies, and like the Aboriginal Inhabitants, elnk into utter in significance. But our endeavours for -this week will bo devoted to laying before the Public at large, a fair statement of the ad vantages and difficulties attending1 the Navi gation of the RiverTamer. The Heads, of this Harbonr ajre not remarkable, nor can they- be recognized far off at sea j but even in heavy foggy weather the river may be known by 'the, body of dense fog rolling down to the sea. This is a sure gruide, because it iteeps only on the course of the rive*. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

THE undersigned lias on Sale \at his Store on the wharf, Port W5o- jn ji'pm, Teneaiffe, Bpw Carlo, and Cape Wn'p in ripe;. $ pipes, and J casks, supprior Jamaica .Rum, Porter, Tobacco, Sugar, Soap, TVa,^ and 4 bushel Sacks, Ladies' Shoes. OentlenuVs boots and Shoes, a variety of Slops, CencHp.coMon. Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Spur*, hue wonifrn Cloths, Knives and Forks, metal Tea*pet«, platpd Candlesticks, tinned Iron Pots, R'mnlets, win dowglass, Nails, single Percussion Guu«, Copppr Caps, with a variety of other nrtirlps, .' GEORGE PAHK1NPOV. Louncsston. April 4th. 1829. P. S.— Wheat will \e taken in payment at 8i. per bushel.

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