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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 May 1828

FREIGHT ANO FASSAGE. ¿For fftuli ann aoitfcon. rpHEfine fast-sailing Brie TRANMERE, ___ M. Captain A. WAMS, having nearly completed her Cargo at Launceston, will touch at this Port on or before the 21st of the present Month, on her way to England, expecting to have room only for a very few Tons of Goods. Agents at Launceston, Messrs. A. THOMSON 8C Co. As she will remain here but a very limited time^and will be the first Vessel for England, Shippers of Wool, &c. are requested to make ear ly application.-She has excellent Accommodation for Passengers, with whom convenient Arrange- ments for the Passage would be made.-Apply to STEPHEN ADEY, Davey-street. Hobart Town, May 1, 1828. _ ¿Fmgftt ano Dtmagt to Uonîrou. *£|U T?OR LONDON.~The fast-sailing First WHE JT class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS,burthen 350 Tons; will return from Sydney about the end of this Month, and take on board such Freight as may offer, until the 1st of June, and will positively sail for London on t...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 May 1828

HOPKINS'S STORES, ELIZABETH-STHLET. MR. HOPKINS has received per the Eliza, and other late arrivals, the following GOODS, which will be Sold at very low Prices, for ready Money or good clean Wool, viz : Coffin furniture ~ Hook and eye binges, of Brass beer & liquor taps sizes Saucepans, of all sizes Butt and T ditto, ditto Oval pots and fish Ret- Door, cupboard, and till 'ties locks Iron and copper tea do. Curtain pins Door, shutter, house, ta- Lamp black and shoe. ble, and sheep hells blacking Bell pulls, crank & wire Shoe hemp, flax, and Brass candlesticks good bristles Polished snuffers Sistaiítís Watch keys, chains, and JTea trays and waiters glasses Beams, scales & weights Spectacles Table knives and forks Window glass of the fol Pockct and ppn knives lowing sizes :-4 by 6, Butchers' knives and 5 by 8, 7 by 9,8 by 10, steels 10 by 12,10 by 14, and Hay knives 11 by 15 Brick and plaistering Hair sweeping brooms trowels Hearth ditto Two and three feet rules...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 May 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. For Hull and London. rpHE fine, fast-sailing Brig TRANMERE, _ X Captain A, WALES, -having nearly completed her Cargo at Launceston, will touch at this Port on or before the 21st of the present Month, on her way to England, expecting to have room only for a very few Tons of C^oods. Agents at Launceston, Messrs. A.THOMSON & CO. As she will remain here but a very limited time, and will be the first Vessel for England, Shippers of Wool, &c. are requested to make ear- ly application.-She has excellent Accommodation for Passengers, with whom convenient Arrange- ments tor the Passage would be made.-Apply to STEPHEN ADEY, Davey-street. Hobart Town, May 1, 1828. ¿fretgïjt atrtí ítóuage to fLonöon. 10R LONDON.-The fast-saiiingFirst _ class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS, burthen 350 Tons ; will return from Sydney about the end of this Month, and take on board such Freight as may offer,' until the 1st of June, and will positively sail for London on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 May 1828

FttEIttHT AND PASSAGE. tfov l^ull Anti aotttjott. «¿SlU THE fine iast-8ailing B"ft TRANMERE*, ^BaSBE X Captain A. WALE*, having nearly completed her Cargo at Launceston, will touch at this Port on or before the 21st of the present Month, on her way to England, expecting to have room only for a very few Tons of Goods. Agents at Launceston, Messrs. A. THOMSON & Coi As she will remain here but a very limited tim*, and will be the first Vessel for England,, Shippers of Wool, &c are requested to make ear- ly application.-She has excellent Accommodation for Passengers, with whom convenient Arrange- ments for the Passage would be made.-Apply to STEPHEN ADEY, Davey-street. Hobart Town,'May 1, 1828. JFreigftt mr» Damage to ?tc*öott. «S&S" rriOR. LONDON.-1 he fast-sailing First SPffiE JJ ^lassShip CALISTA*Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS, burthen 350 Tons ; having returned from Sydney, will take on board such Freight as may offer, until the 1st of June, and will posi- tively sai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 May 1828

COI.ONIAI. ADVOCATE. npHE PROPRIETOR ofthe above Work takes the ?*? present Opportunity of informing his Sub ' ' scribers, that, in consequence of the very heavy ready-money Expenses attendant on such an un- dertaking, he finds it will be necessary for him to furnish their several Accounts with the ensuing Number for June, making four Numbersy>£l each Subset iber. He begs, at the, same\.;;ti mejglo ex£ press his hope, that these ¡ Httle^Àc^ipjunita inay be:; rROMVTLY^settled; äs it will be*an unavoidable,;« though unpleasant'step on his part, should not p aoTTiT ODE "tu Payment be ;ob$'erredJ; hot to ' fur-; nish such Persons; with future Copies. The im mouse' coat of Materials of all kinds-Stationery ' -Wages, &c. &c. &c. ; and the vast Quantity used and consumed by such.R Work'as the Colo- nial Advocate, renders the undertaking truly ä formidable one, in a pecuniary point of view ; and it is quite impossible for< any one,; not acquainted with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 May 1828

I/OTTERY. TO-MORROW, AT ONE O'CLOCK. THE Undersigned having received a Con- signment of valuable JEWELLERY, 'manufactured by one of the most respectable 'Houses' in London,, proposes disposing of it by Lqtçèry, to be drawn* on Saturday, the 24th In- stant-, at Io'CIock. -f' ?*' "' Double-cased,Silver Watch, chased Gold Seal and Key. Ditto ditto " Ditto v " - - ' ditto * Ditto Ditto ' Ditto -.'.-' ' . . One Pair richly-chased fàshionalfe Gold Ear- rings, and one Gold Pin. Ditto' ditto One Pair richly-mounted Cornelian Ear-rings, and Gold Fancy Ring. Ditto ditto One Pair richly-chased fashionable Gold Ear- rings One ditto Turquois One ditto Gold Ear-rings, and 1 Essence Bottle One ditto ditto One ditto ditto One Pair Plain Gold Ear-rings ditto One ditto < ' ditto One ditto ditto One elegant Ladies' Pearl & Turquois Ring ditto One ditto fancy Pearls and Emerald do. ditto Oneditto Pearls, Turquois, and Garnet ditto One ditto fancy Pearls and Garnet ditto One ditto dit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 23 May 1828

FREIGHT AN» PASSAGE. ffittitibt mia IPawge to pontoon* .TrÎOR LÖNDÖN;--The fast-sailing First _^_ JP\ class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS, burthen 350 Tons ; having returned froin Sydney, will take on board such Freight as may offer, until the 1st of June, and will posi- tively sail: for London on the 4th of that Month. -For Freight or Passage, apply io the under- signed, ; ! ,.-:'.!? ?''??<-.T ?;?-'/'. j;'":''-' ,"''-jl?.. < JOHN LORD. (J^fr Wool intended for Shipment on the Ca- lista, will be warehoused, free of expencè, at'Mr. LORD'S Stores, on the Wharf. . v äftip ^aiwteaïL, jflLTO LONDON DIRECT.-The fine sBBSr '-T,-;ifast-sailing First Class -Ship /Van* steady Lieutenant WILLIAM LÁNGDON^R. N. Com- mander, will return to this Port, from Sydney, on or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that daté. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool^ Oîl| Skins, or ; Bark, which will be wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 May 1828

F&EXCHEST AND PASSAGE« «dFmgfjt ano Damage to Uonfcom ^tfjL ¥?0R LONDON.-The fast-sailing First .jft&Wr. J/ class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS, burthen 350 Toris ; Wing returned from Sydney, will take on board such freight as may offer, until"the lst'of June, and will posi- tively sail for London on the 4th of that Month. -For Freight or Passage, apply to the under, signed, JonN LORD. &T Wool intended for Shipment on the Ca- lista, will be warehoused, free of expence, at Mr. LORD'S Stores, on the Wharf. _ Ú)R, LONDON DIRECT.-The fine ___^ , fast-sailing First Class Ship Wan* tttud, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Com- mander, will return to this Port, from Sydney, on or about the 1st August,'and will positively leave for London direct, ¡D30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead 19 fitted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 30 May 1828

rolomal a¡iuo<Mtr. /VTOW Publishing, by A. BENT, at ^ the Colonial Times Office, in £lizabeth-street, Cío. 4*, of the," Co-, lonial Advocate, and Tasmanian Monthly Review and Register" price 5s. A DISSERTATION on the , PRESS, written expressly for the Colonial Advocate* to be J continued Monthly .. The BRITISH CONSTITU- TION The Laws of England_ The History of the origin, rise, and progress of the,, Yan Die men's Land Company. Colonial Policy ........ Sir Walter Scott's Life of Napo- leon Buonaparte .... - ',,«»> European Intelligence ..' Battle of Navarino, and total . destruction of the Turkish and Egyptian Fleets, from the London Gazette Extraordi- nary .*.. French Account of the Battle.. The Bay of Navarino ,..*. Further News .">. Further Particulars by the Ship Wanstead ...'. Greek Pirates ._ The Pacha of Egypt..... FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE K BRITISH INTELLIGENCE , Lord High Admiral of England, ' and the Royal Marines. > Lord Mayor's Day.,. Pauper Lunatics. Stat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 June 1828

lïorttiiï 3ïibor.ifr. OW Publishing, by A. BENT, at the Colonial Times Office, in ilizabeth-street, No. 4, of the ':%Ça?y price 5s._ i#^.^ ?3l---iv\.J»,-,¿/-^;¿A¿«sl . ^FRESSrw^t^;MEçéfsiy:f^y:::.;;; ? -??.? tfe;£?^^4^Ä :" con^eiî^:Mohèhfy ^^ ';i-\ . Tbe "!MtíítósM;VoOAá¡MA y 3 The Laws of Englandni ;..;/. ¡¡ív/ The History of %é'origil ri^ür and progress of "'th^nYätii^fe^f^il " i" hien's Land. Çpmpan^-;.^^^^^1,''^ : Colonial Policy ..7. ..^¿.t^rlS^ivî ; Sir Walter Scott's,UÍeS¿MÍÍ0¡±S: leon Buonaparte; Í^/.!.,¿rtí-r,'4\,'LS.>:¿JA ; European Intelligerice"; ?^;:i¿íS^ry£¿1'!: Battle of Nävaritiö^ an^^btal^i \ r destruction of the Turkish; andïv > ¿ ..£ Egyptian Fleets, i from i? trie ¡ <^ & London,. "Gazette Ëxtràbrdi-!A */!v ? nary y^y.....'..'.'. .^:'.''.^V''?; French Account of the Battle .1 The Bay of Navarino. Further News .;1.'. f ¡ Further Particulars by, the>Shipv , Wanstead .....'."...'.. "! . i Greek Pirates ..... Ï...... \ The Pacha of Egypt.,....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 6 June 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. dFmgtlt anti Uiwaage to Uonîion. ? R LONDON.-the fasfcsailing First _ clawShîpCALISTA, Captain SAMUEL AWKINS, burthen, 350 Tons ; having re turne ti from Sydney, trill take on board such Freight as, ?»y otter, antil the 24th of June, and Will posi- tively sail for London iii à fe# Days áifter. " .-For Freight or Passage, apply to the under- signed, ...;,,< - ", . .'?".'.['.' : ,'* '.:.-";- V'"",'.--'' ;'-,i,;:'"';: ?-,¡--.S.'?.-'.' ? '. "-'?.,'';. JojiÑ LORD. (Jar Wool intended for Shi¿Jtnèht. on the Ca- lista, will Jie warehoused; frète of éxpéríce, at Mr. Lo RP'» Store», on the "Wharf. ''"".' ' ".,;,,..; _*á¡£L "D'OR :; LONDON DJREGT^The fine *pflE -1- fast-sailing First .Class Ship Wan- stead, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Com- mander, will relurn to this Porty trom; Sydney, on. or about the 1st August, and will positively, leave for London direct, in 30 days from that'dateY Lieutenant Langdon ¡will make:libek-al< advan- ces on Shipm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 June 1828

FREIGUT AND PASSAGE, Fc dFtetgfjt ano Damage to ítoníion. 10R LONDON.-The fast-sailing First _class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS, burthen 350 Tons ; having returned from Sydney, will take on board such Fi eight as may oner, until the 24th of June, and will posi- tively sail for London in a few Days after. .-For Freight or Passage, apply to the under- signed, JOHN LORD. ß^T Wool intended for Shipment on the Ca- lista, will be warehoused, free of expence, at Mr. LouD'S Stores, on the Wharf. t?OR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine _ . fast-sailing First Class Ship JVan stead. Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Com- mander, will return to this Port, from Sydney, on or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 13 June 1828

Colonial ¿IliUor.itr. I TVTOW Publishing, by À. BENÓvat; ; -^ the Colonial Times^öiffice, in j^. ElrâabëtTitstreevSo. 4,'of the " Co ^/^'\4oni^l::'\KAdvficäte, and Fasmanian H^í 'r''Mpfyßlf*'Review and Register" j ^i*ice 5s. ;> v A- DISSERTATION on the PRESS, written expressly for the. Colonial Advocate Xo be , continued Monthly .. vr The BRITISH CONSTITU- TION '- . c l-;;,( ; The Laws of England . v. . ' . The History of the origin^ rise,' and progress of the Van Die- . , men's Land Company Colonial Policy. Sir Walter Scott's Life of Napo- leon Buonaparte .... EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE Battle of Navarino, and total destruction of the Turkish and Egyptian Fleets, from the London Gazette Extraordi- nary . French Account of the Battle.. The Bay of Navarino . Further News ?.I. Further Particulars by the Ship' Wanstead ..(,-. Greek Pirates. The Pacha of Egypt..... ,FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE BRITISH INTELLIGENCE Lord High Admiral of England» and the Royal Marines. Lord Mayor's Day. - Pauper Lu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 June 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. ¿Fmgfît rtnïï Ha00ag$ to flönöon* 10R LONDON.-The fast-sailing First _ class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMULI, HAWKINS,* burthen 350 Tons ; having returned from Sydney, will take on board such Freight as may oner, until the 24th of June, and will posi- tively sail for London in a few Days after, .-For Freight or Passage, apply to the under- signed, * JOHN LORD. (j^T Wool intended for Shipment on the Ca- lista, will be warehoused, free of ex pence, at Mr. LORD'S Stores, on the V* h u f. <0R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine _ fast-sailing Fiist Class Ship ¿¡Paw Mead, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N.Com- mander, will return to this Fort, from Sydney, on or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 davhfiom thatdatê. Lieut* nant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins', or Bark, which will be warehoused, fie» of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. > The Wanstead is fitted up^ for Passengers in %er...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 June 1828

Colonial 3fciiocat<\ NOW Publishing, by A. BENT, *t' the. Colonial Times Office,, im Elizabeth-street, No. 4, of.the "-£?»-1 Imiial Advocate, and Tasmanian ' Monthly Review and Register" price 5s. ..A DlSSERTJlTlON-on the... PRESS, written expressly for the Colonial Advocate, to be continued Monthly The BRITISH CONSTITU- TION " TheLaws of England .... The History of the origin, rise, - and progress of the Van Die men's Land Company - Colonial Policy ........ Sir Walter Scottf s Life of Napo- leon Buonaparte .... EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE Battle of Navarino, and total destruction of the Turkish and -"-"Egyptian Fleets, from the London Gazette Extraordi- nary.. 'French Account of the Battle'.. The Bay of Navarino ...,!.....' Further News ........ J..... Further Particulars by the Ship' Wanstead ..... Greek Pirates ,.\ ". . The Pacha of Egypt. - FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE BRITISH INTELLIGENCE I; Lord High Admiral of England, and the Royal Marines ,t. Lord Mayor's Day. Pauper Lunatics ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 June 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. dFtttigfjt anti îJaf^agc to fLonfton, )R LONDON.-The fast-sailing First _ class Ship CALISTA, Captain SAMUEL HAWKINS, burthen 350 Tons ; having returned from Sydney, will positively sail for Loudon on Sunday next, the 29th Instant. -For Freight or Passage, apply to the under- signed, JOHN LORD. (J^T Wool intended for Shipment on ,the Ca- lista, will be warehoused, free of expence, at Mr. Lou D'S Stores, on the Wharf. Whaif, June 27, 1828._ $ljitf OTanateao» JOR LONDON DIRECT_The line _ fast-sailing First Class Ship Wan- stead, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Com- mander, will return to this Port, from Sydney, on or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 June 1828

ü*olouúiI Ctmro, -^--?.-- j THE, Copyright;of that" Indepten v dent and Mercantile Journal;, " Tja Australian* having been dis , posed of by Di\ WARDELX, in eight ^"shares of ¿£450 each, Mr. BENT, the "! Proprietor' of the Colonial Times, : takes this opportunity to offer a1 few remarks, relative to the displosalof his Journal ia.a similar manner. The new Proprietors of the Australian, it appears, are Mercantile men, among the number, some who "hold Auctip-. rieer licenses.' The dispqsal of that propertytoa body of sucli Gentlemen, must, haye a, powerful effect in ad- vancing tlîé¡Colony, arid^tendtbunite ? the Government'a^nd tHe,People; at all events,, it will remove all party spirit, so far as Newspapers are con- cerned. The Australian will, no doubt be conducted after the plan of the Public Ledger, ^ OPEN* TO » ALL-INFLUENCED BY NONE." .Th e .latter, the oldest mercantile and trading Journal in England, and strictly independent in its principles^ is the property qf several Ship-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 July 1828

Colonial Advocate. NOW Publishing, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No.5, of the "Colonial Advocate, and Tasma-   nian Monthly Review and Register"-price, 5s. Leading Article on the depressed State of Van Diemen's Land.. Leading-Article on the depressed   State of NewSöuthi Wales.... ^   THE FRENCH PRESS ....   THE COLONIAL PRESS .. THE TASMANIAN PRESS The Six Acts, or the Shackles on the Press..........   History of the origin, rise, and progress of the Van Diemen's   Land Company. Colonel Arthur, and the Tas- manian Journals..........   Critique on Cunningham's New   South Wales...........     Increase of Crime. English Papers and Botany Bay   Premium for Robberies--con- dition of servants in New South Wales-want of convicts-with the remarks of the Colonial Ad- vocate and the Australian thereon....... &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 July 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE     Ship Wanstead 'OR LONDON DIRECT.-The fiae __fast-sailing First Class Sinp Wan- stead, Lieutenant William Langdon, R. N. Com- mander, will return to this Port, from Sydney, on or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments ot Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in yery superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Xang-don, on -board ; or, to Kemp 8c Co., Agents. Hobart Town, May 20,1828. jfteigijt ano Damage, *OK LONDON DIRECT.-The fine _ fabt-sailing first class Ship Wan ¿ttadf William Langdon, R. N. Commander, will return from Sydney on or before the 18th Jul>, to fill up for the above Port. Early appli* cation is requested to be made for Freight and Passage to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 July 1828

Colonial afrboratr, NOW Publishing, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No. 5, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma - x man Monthly Review and Register"'-price, 5s. Leading Article on the depressed,. $ t&fa ; State of ^Van Diemen'. Ünd .^ )\fi Leading Article on the .'depressed 3$¿£, ï-1 - StateofNewSouthvWoIes...V* " *« THE FRENCH PRESS .... » » THE COLONIAL PRESS .. -* w THE TASMANIAN PRESS " The Six Acts, or the Shackles on the Press .r.. ''' History of the origin; rise, and '-/.«-.<? progress of the Van Diemen'« Land Company . Colonel Arthur and the Tas- t manían Journals ...... i..... ' Critique on Cunningham's New South Wales ..*.* -' Increase of Crime'............ ~ ^r .t English Papers and Botany Bayv > '* ! Premium for Robberies-con- <' dition of servants in New South , Wales-want of convicts-with the remarks of the Colonial Ad- j rocate and the Australian j thereon . Duelling in England, and1 in New - South Wal...

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