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Latest English Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 September 1825

fUtart i£it0U0f) intelligente. ¿: By the arrivals yesterday, we have re- ceived Letters and Papers to the lstot May ; from which we make the-following short extracts : The Mails from these Colonies per Lang and Prince ítegent, via Isle ot France, had reached England. / We are happy to announce,' that by a claude in the Act of Parliament, for the esta- blishment of the " TASMANIAN COMPANY," a certain portion of their Capital is to be ap propi iated to loans upon land, whereby much accommodation and îelief will be afforded to the landed piopiietary. We understand the ship Andromeda was chased by a piiate schooner off the Cape ; by which a Swedish vessel had been taken and plundered. We are sorry to announce the death of that fine youth, Master EDW um SORLLL, in consequence ot an inflammation in the chest. The blue Gum ot these Colonies fetched from 8 to £\0 per load ; Cedar iii plank fiom 6£d. to 8d. per foot ; and in log horn 4d. to 7d. English woollen cloths had advanced 50 pei cent...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 September 1825

CAUTION. - The Undersigned hereby cautions all Persons against trespassing on his Farm, called " STONE-FIELD PLAIN,"   situated at the Black Brush, adjoining Staple's back-line to the southward, running southwardly up to a tier of hills, by grazing cattle, or otherwise; as it is supposed that   several sheep have lately been stolen there- from, - All Persons indebted to the Under- signed, are requested to come forward immediately and settle the same, by giving   security; otherwise coercive Measure will be     be immediately resorted to against all defaulters JOSHUA FERGUSSON.   Printed by A. BENT, at the Office in Elizabeth- st. - Letters are requested to be post-paid.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 9 September 1825

Commissariat Office, August 25, 1825. FRESH MEAT.-Persons desirous of sup-   plying His Majesty's Stores with Fresh       Meat, during the ensuing Quarter, are inform-     ed that Tenders will be received until Monday the 12th Day of September , viz. at this Office, for Hobart Town, Sorell, Richmond, Jericho,     and Lemon Springs, Bagdad, Glenarchy, and   New Norfolk; and at the Commissariat Office, Launceston, for Launceston, GeorgeTown, Ross     Bridge, and the Punt. A. Moodie A. C .G.   FOR PORT JACKSON.-To Sail in about Ten Days, the fine new     Ship Security, ANDREW ROSS, Command- er; has most superiour Accommodation for Passengers, and Room for a few Tons of Goods.-For Freight or Passage apply to Cap- tain Ross, on board; or at the Counting House of KEMP & Co., Agents. CAPTAIN Ross, of the ship Secu- rity hereby C...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

SHIP NEWS. Arrived from Jackson on Sunday last,   lhe ship St. Michael, Captain Beveridge, with upwards of 4000 bushels of maize and stores for Government. Sailed onFriday the schooner Prince Re-     gent, Captain Salmon, for Port Jackson.   Sailed on Monday for Launceston schoo- ner Amelia, Captain Hillier. The Cumberland will sail for England this day we understand. Average price of Wheat from the Bakers'   Returns 15s. 7d.-Price of Bread 8 ??d. i ? Sitting Magistrate.-J. Scott, Esq. SI fe hi ti \i Ps b s

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BILL OF COSTS. (REFERRED TO IN OUR SECOND PAGE.) In the Supreme Court.—First Term 1825. STEPHEN V. CROWTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

BILL OF COSTS. (referred to in our SECOND page.) In the Supreme Court.-First Term 1825. Stephen v. Crowther. 0 6 8 0 10 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 3 .4 0 5 0 2 0 0 '0 6 8 0 3 4 0 12 6 0 5 10 0 5 10 0 5 10 0 *3 4 0 6 8 0 3 4 0 8 4 .Retainer and Instructions to sue .0 6 8 Drawing plaint ....0 10 0 Copy to file.... 0 5 0 Paid filing. 0 5 0 Attending to file plaint 0 3 4 Drawing and engrossing writ of summons ....0 5 0 Paid signing damages .£600 Fee thereon ....0 6 8 Attending Sheriff therewith 0 3 4 Paid his fee ....0 12 6 Searching for return of writ and paid 0 5 10 Paid filing return and attendance .0 5 10 Searching for appearance and paid 0 5 10 Drawing a special affidavit to hold to bail.0 3 4 Fair copy thereof . .0 6 8 Attending to swear 0 3 4 Attending to file and paid . 0 8 4 Attending Chief Judge for order to hold to bail . . . .0 6 8 Drawing same, copy thereof, and service . . . . .0 5 0 Defendant having applied fpr time to give bail, attending to con- sent to same . . . .0 3 4 Attending...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

ALL Persons are cautioned from trespass- ing on i the Farm of the Undersigned) si- tuate at the Lower Settlement, Pitt Water, commonly known as Topley's Farm ; and all Persons feloniously removing Timber, Wood, or any other Property from the same, will be Erosecuted with the utmost rigour of the aw._p. Long« PT SECOND EDITION of the COLONIAL TIMES.-We beg leave respectfully to an- nounce our intention of publishing a Secot\i Edition of this Journal- on Saturday Even ings, whenever any circumstances may arise sufficiently interesting to the Public. *** Rusticus is unavoidably deferred till next weeh.-M»o, severa} Advertisements._^ Printed by A. BENT, at the Office in Elizabeth st.-Letters are requested to be post-paid.

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SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10. [First Day of the Third Tem.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

SUPREME COURT.   Saturday, Sept. 10.         [First Day of the Third Term.]     His Honor the Chief Justice having called on the Gentlemen of the Bar for motions, and none having been made, the Attorney-General rose. Attorney-General.-May it please your Honor, I came here this morning pre- pared to expect a motion from the Solicitor General, in consequence of a call which he has received to that effect. If I am to un- derstand that such is not his intention, and that the charges made by him are not to be brought forward before the Court, I shall certainly feel it my duty to bring them for- ward myself.   Solicitor-General.-In regard to the call which has been mentioned to have been made upon me, I think it right to state, that it certainly was not my inten- tion to have complied with it. The circum- stances referred to were communicated to me by Mr. Dawes. I have required of him &...

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FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS. CURRENCY. The following Official Circular, addressed to the Heads of the Commissariat in the Colonies, arrived by the William, Shand. TREASURY CHAMBERS, FEB. 12, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

FROM THE SYDNEY PAPERS. CURRENCY. f The following -Official Circular, addressed to the "'.'. Heads if the Commissariat in the Colonies, arrived by the William, Shand. Tkkasury Chambers, Feb. 12, 1825. Ihe Lords Commissioneis of His Majesty's Treasury having had under their consider- ation the rate at whioMhe dollar is issued to the troops at the station under your charge, and having also adverted to the difficulty w hich exists at many stations, of procuring "not only the Spanish dollar, but also the pro poitionâl parts of the dollar, so as to form a , convenient medium for the issue of pay to the troops, have determined to send to all the , Colonies, British silver and copper money, which is to be issued for the pay of the stall and regimental ofhceis, and the non-commis bioued officers and soldiers, and also for the pay of all persons having permanent appoint- ments in any of the civil departments of the army, at its nominal rate ; and they have re- quested the Secretary of State ...

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S[?] News. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

SYDNEY NEWS [ FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT ] You will be surprised to hear of the ship- wreck of the Royal Charlotte, on her way to India, eight days after leaving Sydney, on a reef called Frederick Reef, some distance to the N. and W.of Wreck Reef.-What time poor   Mrs. Dick must have had of it-40 days on the wreck, with an infant to mind, and no one to do any thing for her, and the ship laying on her beam ends, so that she could not walk about, but obliged to sit in her cabin from morning to night. They have fortunately sa- ved every thing, except a few trifling articles. They lost all their boats except the launch. It was a most boisterous night when they left the port, so that they had no boat to make use of after the launch left the wreck for More- ton Bay, in making which place the boat was 21 days, having been nearly lost fifty times. However, all hands, except one unfortunate soldier, who was drowned, and a young child that died through cold weather, have safely arriv...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 17, 1825. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. HIS Excellency the Governor having received a Despatch from Earl Bathurst,   stating it to be His Majesty's Pleasure that New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land shall be apportioned in to Counties, Hundreds, and Parishes; and also, that the Crown lands, within the same, be valued; His Ex- cellency, therefore, in Furtherance of the said intended Measure, has, by His Majes- ty's Command issued the following Com- mission :-       George the Fourth by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire- land, King, Defender of the Faith: To all to whom these Presents shall come, GREETING:-, . KNOW YE, that We have taken into Our Royal Consideration the Loyalty, In- tegrity, and Ability of our trusty and well beloved John Oxley, Esq. Our Surveyor Ge- neral of the Colony of New South Wales and its Dependencies, have appointed him to be our Chief Commissioner; and h...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 16 September 1825

'SP* COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 ,1825. It is with feelings that we cannot venture to describe, that we are under the necessity of calling the attention of the Public to circum- stances, perhaps as important as any which have ever yet fallen under our review. That we have been subjected to the coarsest and most malevolent slander and invectives, to personalities not only unheard of in any pub- lication, but disgraceful to any press, the   Public has witnessed from the very commence-   ment of the Government Gazette. But we are in a new era; a new state of society has urisen altogether, when we perceive a most foul and atrocious attack made upon the third person ot rank in this Colony ; upon a Gentle- man, holding by Royal Commission, the high and important office of His Majesty's Attor- ney-General, and this in a Newspaper, pub- lished "by Authoritity," " by Command,"   bearing the signature " John Montagu, Se- retary," and...

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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

Original ürovrcepouöntcf. To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES Sin,-The annexed Correspondenee having Eassed between myself and Mr. STEPHEN, 1 eg to state, I am auxious that every publi- city should be given to any letter of apology or othenvise, which I deemed right to make, not wishing to express sentiments one day, which 1 should have reason to disavow the next. All the circumstances relating to the late trial of'Stephen tn Crowther, were »fully 'brought forward in the Supreme Court; and I am confideut the l'.ublic wilkappreciate the motives' which suggested conc< <MOIIS on my part; and which ought to have led to an amicable arrangement. Thedelicate situation of Mrs. Stephen might have required my me-, dical assistance between this port and Rio; and hence I considered it expedient, with every honourable feeling, to give assurances of my determined friendly assistance. For the motives that^ could have actuated further proceedings against me, after the con- cil...

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THE PRESS IN INDIA. (From THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

THE PRESS IN INDIA. icui caí (FromTaa TIMBS.) "'-''I I SUBSTANCE OF THE REPLIES OFFERED TO THE ARGUMENTS ALLE- / ARGUMENTS ALLEGED. GEO AGAINST PER- MITTING A FREE PRESS IN INDIA. 1. By Sir Francis 1. Englishmen in India Macnaughten, Chief have a right to every de Justice in Bengal.-- scription of freedom en No Englishman in joyed them at home, if not India has a right to expressly forbidden by the freedom enjoyed law, which the freedom of by him in his native the press is nott The Go land. Theie is no vernmentof India was not Law which grants intended to be despotic, him this freedom.- The Hindoos have inuli The Government of farious laws-the Maho India is necessarily medaos'Gourts of Justice, despotic, and such a and the English Acts of Government cannot Parliament for their gui stand against a free dance. A government by pi ess. ' law cannot be a govern i ' ment by will, which alone ' > is despotism. If this last . ' '-' ' and a1 free press cannot -stand together, the des 1 po...

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Supreme Court, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

Supreme court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL called the atten- tion of the Court to the case of Mr. MON-   TRIOU, an English Solicitor, who, in the cause of Lord CHOLMONDELEY and Lord CLINTON, had been concerned for the former, and af- terwards undertook the case of the latter. The observations' made by the Lord Chancel- lor upon which, perfectly recognized the practice complained of in the present motion. His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE then proceed- ed to deliver his opinion as to the applica- tion made by Mr. STEPHEN to strike the At- torney-General off the Roll. His Honor spoke for nearly three hours, which will of course prevent our reporting his-sentiments at length. -His Honor stated, as he had done before, the right which the Court here has of inves- tigating the conduct of any of its Barristers, and fully explained the way in which they could be brought before the Court for con- tempt. He explained fully the progress (from the very origin) of Law Plea...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN     FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1825 Our predictions are unhappily verified. - Our apprehensions as to Inquisitions appearj not to be altogether unfounded. Our Rea- ders will not have forgotten the history given of the pending motion against the Attorney General, in the Government Gazette of the 10th ; and of the coarse and virulent attack then made upon that high and important pub- lic functionary; whose truly upright, im- partial, and patriotic conduct, in a situation of great power and authority, has obtained for him the universal esteem and respect of the whole community,-with all classes of which, he is deseivedly most popular. It is necessary then, that the Public should be made acquainted with the real circumstances     of the affair which has excited sucth an uni- versal feverish anxiety ; and we consider ourselves the more called upon to do so, by the scandalous attack made upon the Attor- ney-Generial...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

MR. JOHN A. EDDIE has on SALE, at the Stores of Mi. JAMES GRANT, Mac quarie-street, the under-mentioned ASSORT- MENT of GOODS, just imported pei Andro- meda ; which he will dispose of on reasonable Terms, for Cash, Colonial Produce, or ap- proved Bills at shoit Dates.-Cioss garnets, hooks and hinges, clout nails, stout ditto, short and long link coil chains, backhands, traces, coopers' adzes, drivers^ punches, chis- els, Jiand and sledgehammers, sad and Italian irons; shoe hammers, pincers, and nippers ; plyer punches, shoe lasps, Wilson's shoe knives Warranted, packing needles, awls and brads assoi ted, shoe tacks ; cut, fine shoe, cop- per, and bl ass brads ; cast bills and hobs, clin- kers, fine clout, Flemish screws, mason's trowels, round and square joint fire irons, up- right oval pots, round tea kettles, saucepans and covers, coflee mills, locks of all descrip- tions, sash pullies, brass ditto, Norfolk and thumb latches, bow latches with rings, bright bolts, joint screws, bri...

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To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

To the EDITOR of the COLONIAL TIMES* SIR,-The uwarrantable abuse lavished in the Sydney Gazette on the Letters, signed. " Rusticus," published some time since in your Journal, and the potent auxiliaries to such calumnies, contained in two letters,' nearly of the same tenor and date, triumph- antly exhibited with the exalted stations of life of the respective writers, in Howe's Paper at Sydney, compel me, an humble but fear- less Settler, to submit to the Public, a reca- pitulation of the statements contained in those letters ; and thus in the face of day assert their incontrovertible correctness, and irrefragable accuracy. A gang of men," consisting of artificers, sawyers, and labourers, was sent by Govern- ment to Clarence Plains in July 1824, to im- prove the Parsonage Lands, erect buildings, &c.-How far this purpose has been com- plied with, the buildings will demonstrate. The question rests thus:-How have these men been generally employed? They have assisted to plough 50...

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ANOTHER LEGAL FRACAS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

J ANOTHER LEGAL FRACAS. Ç" s' d an n id »g is. ter le no es, mr an m re m» of 27. ito Sir ]o ex ers om H We are sorry to observe, that by the last English Papers, the discordances of the Courts of Law seem to have extended to the Court of Chancery.-We, make the following ex- tract from The Times : COURT OF CHANCERY, MARCH 41. WALKINS V. MAULE. His LORDSHIP said he had now corrected Mr. Hart's minutes, which he would hand down.-Mr. Hart received the minutes, ask- ing if he rightly understood his Lordship, that they were the minutes of the order the Court meant to make. His Lordship said they were. Mr. HART.-Then ray Lord, I shall deliver them to my Client without looking at them. His LORDSHIP.-I think you had better, for your own benefit, read them before you part with them. Mr. HART.-Well, perhaps, I may read them by and by, but 1 shall certainly not make any observations upon them. In about five minutes afterwards, Mr. HART.-My Lord, I feel it my duty to hand back these minutes to ...

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Ship New [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

SHIP NEWS52F ARRIVAL -On Monday, the Government Schooner Waterloo, Mr. Kinghorn, commander, from Launceston, wtlh hay. DEPARTURES - On Saturday, for England, via Rio, the ship Cumberland, Captain Palin, with a full cargo of Colonial produce, consist- ing of 479 bales of wool, 40 tons of dried Mi- mosa bark, 15 tons of extract of bark, 40 tons of black oil, 43 casks of seal-skins, and 6 tons of whale-bone.-Passengers, Captain Carns, < the owner), Mr. Rowcroft, Mt s. Culling and 8 or 9 children, Mr. Connelly, Mi. Gregory, Mr. Stirling and family, Mr. Greig, Mr. Randall, Mr. Thurnell, and two others. On Sunday morning last, the ship Denmark   Hill, Captain Foreman, for Port Jackson, in- tending, to return to this Port prior to her de- parture for England.-passengers, John Grant, Esq (who proceeds to sea for the benefit of his health), Mr. Hervell, Mr. Hill, Mr. G. Woodcock, and Mr. O. G. Bennett., The brig Glory, Captain Clements, R. N.   is expecte...

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Emperial Parliament. HOUSE OF COMMONS, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 23 September 1825

Imperial Parliament HOUSE OF COMMONS, MARCH 24. Mr. Secretary PEEL said, that he was abont to apply for leave to biirtg in two Bills, and as-they both went to effect important chan- ges in the 'Criminal Law of the Country,_ he would save the time of the House by stating the objects of both while on his legs. The first Bill was to provide a punishment for the writing of threatening letters, charging per- sons with an attempt to commit certain crimes. The second "Bill-comprised three ob- jects-the first of which was to facilitate the granting of pardens to persons suffering under tlie sentence of the law. At present a per- son could not be restored to the possession of his rights unless his pardon passed under the Great Seal, the expense of which shut many persons out from the full benefit of the pardon they had received. One consequence of this was, that if such a person were sum- moned before a Court of Justice, he was not competent to give evidence. It was not in- tended to interfe...

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