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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

!f* lie Editor oftKt Tasmania** Si 8, , ? _ %... ?, Oti perusing tne TFooart Town Gazelle of' At' 7th instant, aud observing thai the Editor, ip hU leading article of fbat date, threw out a sett of challenge fo--yoty under a guise of fulsome fiat hary U) wliHt he termed ** a generous rivaUhip, it was my mccntiqn, to have addressed at note, t^ you on the etiUject of tnai article particularly, and upon the'tnatter and character o€ tfee Hobart iowh .raper* geq«*»»y(y ob^ cNrr ?»- -wj icw* migto^ave bateo- ctn&fBretf with ^mi^e acrimoay lowanh yoorrffpteot Jrootliefr ?I . ferfcwjte ta take up my pco- (rqm a supposition tfral you would not wish to be the fint to 'east tae^irsf stone.' I conceive I was right ; a* few short days deve loped our Hobart Toin Editor's ' generous rWafshr|fc* This litefafry Argua'coaid notMtet fas foHowin£ Nensber escape fifooi the P*ess without .a puny attempt at. sarcasm oo your Paper ~Vtiich £however little it may 'tend to jy^ur crsqH s* z» Editor) I ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

1 2*0' the Editor of the Tdsmanlim, ''Sir, ; ' '_- . - ! ? Seeing in the 'Hobart Town Gazette, of last weet, a'KoticeTor Tenders itfeien Coimnissa riat blbres at l^auticestoti, reminds me of i\iv circumstauee respecting the Contract for the Erection of our Church; which, I amgivenio understand, from very good' authority, was con tracted for, at HobarrTbwn, previous to a notice x-i specification being Sent over heVe. J ' ?* ' Ko.w,'Mr. Editor: as this ctrcomitance msfv have or ginated in a. belief that no 'persons' heie are willing, or able, to undertake such Contcftots, 1 beg leave^ to state, through the medium of your ^aPer^. ^of tQe information of those whose pro vince it |s to regulate such measures, that many Residents of Launceston, and its neighbourhood, would be very, bappy to do so. . I beg leave, therefore, to , suggest, that any Contract* tbe Government may wisb.tQ enter into, for ttie Erection' of Pubiic Buildiogs at *JLauucesj.--u, should bs prauaulgatefi through your wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

Commi^arml^Ojfice, ~Lan*ccsf6*i Jotouiiry -£§&- 1825. TENDERS if WHEJT, to ht delivered into His Majesty's Meres at this Place, wtll te received at pug Office until the 10th of the ensuing Month. The Wheat to be receked^by Weight, at thx Rate of GOlbStJbr a Bushel. Georgr H«r.L, D.A.C.G. Cpmmtssdriat Office* Laumestoa, ^ Jaimarif 25th, J825. PERSONS, desirous -rf Supplying His Ma jesty Mores at this Place and George Town, mth Bj£BLEY, are requested to send their Tenders to my Office until the J4/A of the 4nsdmg Month. v Gsorb Hull, D. A. C. G. THE MEMBERS of the 'COUNTY of CORNWALL CLUB will DINE toge ther on Saturday Next, the Jib Instant^ at tbe LaukcEston Hotei. A Meeting of the Members is requested at Tbtee ct'Cin^ on i bat Day . ^MH^iU-iAM :-Mim Has t«r SALE^st and Coin pan v, opposite the Court-house, Ldun eeston, ibe following choice Assortment;-— Cagnac brandy aed Madeira wine, soap, starch, blue, Du j bam mustard, prime Iu-b pwrk, pickled salmon, refined vinegar, sa...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1825. The Leaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

TflETASMANlAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1825. *f/ie Lqc/ of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in l.ibiicesutn: — Wheat, 7s- per bushel ; barley, Ss. i»er ditto ; potatoes, 7*. »«*»' C£M *-ee*- 5(** per lb ; tnutton^^JiJ^^fcr lJ^.norki:|)#-L jgMpJb ; t*iW, 3s. per W$ chiiese, J*. #*? |-ei ^ % egg|, Shi? fVfews — Saif^, on Wednesday last, IWtfii rLAUAf^ton Bar, H&Majfstyi colonial snootier Wft'erWoi -f£iiiglioriie master, with prisoners and piovisions for J\f*cQuar^erHarl30ur. . ;;':'; We are nappy to observe, tljaf, sw-ce GovenMReat* purchased the St©?6§,o/ F Champion and Co. a inmilier of very respectable burJdjiigs,' iudeed,t;ka-re in temied to' be reaped in the 'immediate vicinity; which will cbiiseqrtently be tfie means* of ' conkidenvbly euftaiigtng the vfilue of property in th^t, neighbourhood.; While the operation of such laudable atijd praiseworthy -attei«pts, to beautify and ornament our small, though rapidly - advancing Capiftai; 'are ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

BIRTH—On Wednesday last, Mrs.   Stevenson, wife of Mr. James Steven- son, of a son and heir.  

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

HOBART TOWN NEWS The following are extracts from- the Hobart Town Gazette on the 28th ult :— Ship News — Arrived on Monday, the 24th ult. the ship Cumberland, Captain Robert Carns, from England the 28th of August, having touched on her passage at Rio, were she stayed three weeks, bringing 59 passengers and a valu- able cargo of merchandize.'   Arrived on Wednesday the ship Phœnix,   Captain Francis Dixon, with 76 passengers (including children), and merchandize. She left   the Downs on the 16th September, and touched at the Cape of Good Hope, where she remained a week.       The colonial schooner Governor Arthur, Mr. Cunningham, faster, with upwards of 1000 bushels of wheat, 8 days from George Town, returned to port last Tuesday week. The colonial schooner Mary and Sally, Mr. Smith, Master has arrived in port from a sealing voyage. To a diversity of opinion on matters gene- rally important, we attribute a ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 February 1825

MISCELLANEOUS. PROFESSOR OF SIGNS.—King James VI. on removing to London, was waited upon by the Spanish Ambassador, a man of erudition, but who had a crotchet in his head that every country should have a Professor of Signs, to teach him and the like of him to understand one another. The Ambassador was lamenting one day, before the King, this great disideratum throughout all Europe, when the King, who was a queerish sort of man, says to him— 'Why, I have a Professor of Signs in the northernmost college in my dominions, viz. at Aberdeen ; but it is a great way off, perhaps 600 miles." — " Were it 10,000 leagues off I shall see him, says the Ambassador, ' and am determined to set out in two or three days.' The King saw he had committed himself, and writes, or causes to be written, to the University of Aberdeen, (stating the case, and desiring the Pro- fessors to put him off home way, or make the best of him. The Ambassador arrives, is received with great solemnity ; but soon began to e...

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POET'S CORKER. To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

POETS CORNER* 9o the Editor 9/ the Temai&m. Sis, ! A few Stanzas, in your Gazette of the l9tH ultimo, by Mr. Pringle, on leaving ' his na tive Tefiotdaie,' recalled to my mind the fare* Weil of Lord Byron, addressed to his friend, T. Moots, Esq ; a correct version of *hicn, ^?.?^.^ (M« tii*. ' Mnrnimr Chronicle or January, 18$2, will, I ptejwme, be at ell tunes a4!cepiaUieto:j«§r Readers :-r :, ; My feftstn on the shore, ? And m* bwk i* on the sea ; Bet* befaVi go* Tom Moore* -? j H-*eV« doable health to the*. here's a sigh for those who love me, ?/?'???* Antfa smile for those who hate ; r And; Whatever sky's above me, Here's a heart for every fate. TliV the ocean roar around roe, '? t Yet it still shall bear me on j t Tbo' a desert should surround me, ^ bath springs tjiat may be won, Wer't the last -drop in the well, Jis I gasp'd upon thebjiak, , ; Ere my fainting spirit fell, ; Tis to thee thai -I would drink. - In that Water, *w this wine, ' ; The libation 1 would pour ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

LAUNCExivj* jimwm &oom 5. AS Warning expands the rain^, produce *- .feWrics WhfcH 'bfnefff Wi*fcir-d'»if|p€- ra!, fpfte&B' the otherWise^Kfirbarbu* baafe»rf of nien, and concUiatep the affecPlW, f beg tokve to propose to theTnha*§lAftWVh^^D«rtjrof ChmtoaH' tlk folIovriiMt Fiahlir^Tfea« HEA D- FNG ROOM, ?on--uu!y;fibefta-^rtm«l||lfc|?be HtMSitiet'by Su&scVirkw^t* and -Uiaitto'BMiktf be'purchaset! 'By-' the MSe^M^^^^Mtm'M^r*-, at H«bait Town;-yihMsyi or, Bog&i4«-But, ia order that ihis Plain? ma^.^Wu^fceljfilycceed, «t u»il h*» n/ir'^ftin^' trt Hive*L'- «t*ei*iLS-tuffaU u.ir row-minded prejbiiirse^ «&? .I'itottH^jbope th^t ihos^ »;hp deplore the, prrjtfdi5:e- vf ^^«r4 will shua' their siej«. llie l-t^t|$s''t£f )$& derived lr-»m an esiabiijbi-.mojTtjpr/|^i^''..K*pOi.yjUiild bc mamfoid. ' in Uie £/s-i '{-We we ^iioojcl nave lie Gazettes, fr\ m Ea^latid, 'up to ttie ^atliflg ^-f eacl v«-sel i t-%eT4'e« -^UW^ite' ^|^ Wbfifaiioii* oi all desc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

r« jT-S» K:OHHB5PGNT-I!KTS.» *J*JiSe felpecif ufly iaforfn our numerous Cor respondents, thai, on account of the many K} ing in tipfja'us, some of which are -well written* ^r-hegTecieHlo^Brnoticed 'm Ms acetjtim, it wjll bt,nVce^faVy, iniu-pre, as well for our own safety as sa us fact ion, that the authors of ale^ intended to ftieet *tie public eye, should at. least out us in possession of their real . names 4.. assuming them* at the sartie time, that; the confidence thus reposed in us shall never be betrayed. » -, .,.£,— r- . / ? ' We are sorry to, inform our. valuable Corres-j pomlent *' C««' thai, being' de§cient of — Greek~ck*me*ersi he it* iweessafily -postponed.,; tx Uribasus,*\t' aggrieved, and inclined to fight,* inusi send a dial lenge/i but not through the. v Joiediotn of j our column*. ^ _ ,.; ^ , '? 4* JVjPiaiii' was received by due course of post ;| . -;, biM o$e reason: &»r |iis npn appearance is, thai! '? ;as ^e iwjve hufrerJk* remained neutral in ihe _: atfai...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

THETASMANIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1825. v 2*hc Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence*-* .- Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in L&unccston: — Wheat, 7s. per bushel ; barley, 5s. per diuaffi&tggtettffs* f-er$tK rfceef^'Sd. per Ib; inutiijf &L perrU.; pork, ^d* peribi butler, ^& JSStf^cf^i^1^6* ^s-Wi PfrflbJ. eggs, is.^d7per uozen ; hay, £b per ton. '~ *'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

MARRIED—Yesterday, at Launceston,   by the Rev. Mr. YOUL, by Special Li- ceose, RICHARD NAYLER, Esquire, to Mrs. SARAH SPUNER.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

...,.'£$:,. Commissariat Office, LatMcestok, .'./' January - ZSth, 1825. !, RENDERS' of WHEJTj to he delivered *£ into His Majesty's Stores at this Place, will ?&e- received «?c my Office until the IQtkof.tfa ensuing Month. , ' ? . ? .- ? 3'Ae fflheot to be received* jby Weight, at the Matt of 60/6s. Jbt a Bushel. v -jJeorgk Hull, 1-. AC.G Cvmmissatjat Office, l*dumestonr January 25th, !825. PERSONS, desivom of Supplying His Ma jesty ^toresat this if* face and Gtorge Town, with ftdRLEY, are requested to send their Tewhrs in my Office vidid th£ I4t/t:gf' the emuiitg Month. :?«.?? . , Guore How., D A- C. G. £ost Office, February 6, 1825. ? * MAIL, for SYOAJEY, will be forwarded ?W by tt« ischooeen ALLIGATOR, on We-iaiesday Next, the l6th instanrt. , - , Kewman Williatt, Poktmaster; MR. WILLIAMS has just - imported, per ttie Sch'ioner^Utegttio?, a further Supply oF'the infest choice r AftT€CLfcS, in addition to those formerly advertised, which are exposed 10 ? Sate**? !Wr. Biii...

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LATEST SYDNEY INELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. By the arrival of the Alligator, on Sunday last, we have received Sydney Newspapers to the 20th ultimo, from which we hasten to lay before our Readers the following extracts : — Arrived from Trincemaleer, on 16th Dec, last, His Majesty's ship Slaney, Charles Mitchell, Esq. Commander, and will remain on his station for some few months, until relieved by another vessel. She brings the melancholy tidings of the demise of Commodore Grant, of the East India station. The " old Commodore," we understand, is suceeded, for the time being, by our old friend Captain Coe, of the Tees ; by which step this gallant officer advances to the receipt of about £5000 per annum. Arrived, on the 31st December, from the whale fishery, in distress, on account of the mutinous conduct of part of the crew, the ship Marianna. Captain Barnabas Gardner. She has been out from London ever since the 14th of February last, during which 200 barrels of oil have been obtained. The voyage is s...

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British Extracts, DOWN TO THE LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

                                                                      British Extracts DOWN TO THE LATEST DATES. of Middlesex, on the body of Captain Sir   George Collier -K.C.B. who put an end to his life in a fit of insanity, by inflicting a wound upon his throat with a razor. From the evidence of a great many respectable witnesses examined on the occasion, if appears that Sir George had gone from Exerter where he and his lady resided, to London, a few days previous to the fatal event, in consequence of the publication of...

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WARLIKE PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 9 February 1825

WARLIKE PREPARATIONS. COLOMBIA. —We have been favoured says "the Constitution of August 16) with a file of Bogota, Papers to the 6th June inclusive. The Government was wide awake to the intention- of the Holy Alliance, and had adopted the most energetic measures to oppose any inva- sion that might be attempted. The fol- lowing bill passed both Houses of   Congress, and received the Vice- Presi- dent's sanction on the 6th of May:— 'The Senate and House of Repre- sentatives, considering— " 1st, That peace has not yet crowned the efforts of our arms, not withstanding they have   driven the enemy from the whole territory of the Republic.       "2d, That the re-establishment of an abso-   lute Government in Spain leaves us no hope to expect its acknowledgment of the Independence of these Countries and her Colonies— have de- creed — " Art. 1 ." The Executive Power shall raise 50,000 men, exclusive of the troops ...

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MANNERS OF EUROPEAN NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

; MANNERS OF EU,*OP|&AN:I**TI0NS. A French ^publication^ in all ttir affectation of quinte^f^nti-!|-e'ri^icqftyj haff announced the following dHaracieriities of #Teral countries - of mocterri'Euriflte :^* ^l ** In religion— 'The German is unbelieving ; . the Englishman devout ; the Frenchman zealous; - j the Italian ceremonious ;*4he Spaniard a bigot. ' In keeping his word—The German is faith- i fol;y the Englishman safe ; -he Frenchman giddy,v | the Itafian cunning:; the Spaniard a cheat. \ ''* In giving advice—The German is siuw^ the j Englishman resolute; the FreticrMHab precipitate; | the Italian nice; the Spaniard circumspect. | *«/» /ore— The German does not Understand f it ; the Englishman loves a little here and ibere ; the Frenchman every where ; tfoe Italian knows how one ought to love ; the 'Spaniard loves truly. '* In external appearance — The German is tall; the Englishman well made; the Frenchman well looking ; the Italian demure ; the Spaniard really frightful...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmania*. Sir, . ^ I should feel obliged by lome of your Corres paadeau informing me, whether, in the Plan laid down of Launceston, there is net a spot exhi bited iw a Public Market-place ; and, if so, what reason can be assigned for so long delaying the establishment of a regular weekly Market r. It is not my intention, Sir, at present lo enuj meraie the advantages that necessarily must rer suit, both to grower and consumer, from ara ~-.~Ui:~Um*-nt rtK thia df-errintlOQ l but it OlJlSf appear evident to every reflecting rabd, that tn no instauce can the interests of both parties clash more intimately together, or ihe benefits arising be more universally felt, than in reciprocally administering to the necessities of each oilier. Besides, it must be acknowledged, that nothing can contribute more to give energy »o intrigue, and every species of deceit, (han a close conniv ing method of transacting business — while, jn aa open market, ample scope is given to fair ...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmatiian. Sib. Permit me through your columns to advert to a very generally complained of evil, and great inconvenience, which is frequently felt by many of the Sealers who have occasion to transact business through the Police Office, for the want of a Magistrate in constant attendance there ; — 1 mean, Sir, from the length of time which servants are occasionally detained for the signa litrd tif iho M-li-1G-l*oto t/- Punoro anrl Purmiio luiv \Ji nit mo^iauoit i\j t oj-ci3 auu i ennuis. It chances to fall within my knowledge that a Settler's servant, with his cart and bullocks, was in attendance for an official document of the latter description, the other day, for three hours ; this is but one among many instances of the same innd which I am informed of. It is not the subject, or inteDtton of my present letter, to enter into the merits or demerits of the manner in which our Police Magistrate conducts the business and duties of his office ; the Public fee!, and...

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British Extracts. DOWN TO THE LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

British Extracts. DOWN TO THE LATEST DATES. The iron maritfracture was never ift a more fibn'rishing stale than at presem. A correspon dent (says' 'Hie Hmfrier of August 17), who has been making a t-»ur through Warwickshire, SfaffbidiJhire, and Derbyshire, examining the htm and coitcji works, states that- the inmost ac tivity pVevaiJs fh tbe former, and thai he was repeatedly assured means were wanting 'to exe cute the orders tor machinery, &c. EABTHguAK^E.— On the morning of Sunday last \&(h August), about nine o'clock, a smart shock of an earthquake was felt at Coinrie and its neighbourhood. Sotne of the houses in the village Mere perceptibly shaken, and in one house, in particular, the motion was such as to overturn, the 6 re irons placed upon the gr&te. Tbe noise heard seemed like that which is caused by a Heavy waggon rolled rapidly on the cause* way-— Glagow Courier. ' Curious Discoveby.— As some men, in Ibe employ of John Day, Esq. were lately digging ...

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