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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 3 July 1829

,4t!CJK,,itÇoinm^^ Ä2Q tons, ..noptpil frnm Svdnpv widVin'liweeks fromthisdilte. fdL n)']:-- h/h':'-:>'ù-~ iiüti\ifs¡£$?&'}??"???.? ,.'-.? ?. . .-.? '.'-.. j; - ,.-. v-x' ^^..;V1/,.WlLLI;A(|rt;?rÄI..-.ORR;-i Afeeut. :?)::?) For London àir^tëi ;';; ;^ -_ij£R¿>' ^jttiE ireiri¿rkablfe fást'SÜling .;Barque , ^IETSlíRgv.burthPu^^r;) Register 337 Tons, 7 i/iftleriigned, who-' will make. àdvabcéa- upohWool orothér Colonial Produce, intended íor §bjqpraent.by;.thisi:Vesáel,T and Store tue same, free of Expeuce;.. ; j" . ¡ ..,(j:...: ;, ;í'; ;' ':u'.~ . ."'" '.":'.""."" ....'-.- John Bell. ? For London Direct. ¡jfi&L THE Ship PïlBÀMIJSi 36Ï Tons, A .Jgg^äE,- 1,.Coppered'and Nßopper fastenedv/JÄMES Elder, (Jommander.-This iine.Sliip.is daily. expected, frpm Sydney, and will positively be the first.Ship for London direct, having <, the gréatestpart'of ¿e:r pargó.eií gaged at Sydney and this Port. She proseas à most favourable opportunity 'to/", Shippersof ?Prod...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE HERMIT Van Diemen's Land, [No.5.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 3 July 1829

THE HERMIT     in                               Van Diemen's Land. [No. 5.] There is not in the world a greater error than that which   fools are so apt to fall into, and knaves with good reason to encourage, the mistaking a satirist for a libeller , whereas to   a true satirist, nothing is so odious as a libeller, for the same reason as to a man truly virtuous, nothing is so hateful as a     hypocrite." - Pope Previously to leaving England, I deposited in the hands ol (he Colonial Agent, a certain sum of money, faking from him a letter addressed to the Local Authorities, and which he said would enable rae to receive tbe same amount upon my irrival here. I had been several times advised to claim the grant of land, ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 3 July 1829

SHIP NEWS   Just as our Paper was going to press, a boat came up the     river, bringing the mail bag, with accounts that the ship       Prince Regent, 400 tons, Captain Mallard, with merchandize   and passtncers from England, had arrived in D' Entrecas   teaux's Channel, and had unfortunately gone on shore during   the night ; but should the weather continue moderate, of which       there is no other appearance, there is every possibility we are happy to add, of them being go off wuthout damage.- She brings and papers to the 16th of February, but no news of any partlcular importance.             The ship St. George for Sydney is expected to sail on Sunday. ^The'Oolonml seUoims* '/%y,ta iL<^«l»a»B,for^unc«ton. iMtiNdlfrroM, Junk JW.-Sailed th...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Sandy Bay Races. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 3 July 1829

Sandy Bay Races.                 Yesterday the Race Course at Sandy Bay was well attended. There were four matches run, which afforded excellent amusement to the multitude of Equestrians and     Pedestrians, who honored the Course with their presence.     The first Match was well contested, the best of three two-mile heats, for £100 between Mr. Lowes' "Black Tom,"               and Mr. Stodart's, "Corinthian Tom," who was rode by Mr. Eddington , but Mr. Lowes' horse again won.   SECOND MATCH.                 Mr. Baynton's "Bobby," and Mr. Cleburne's "Pat,"   one two-mile heat, for £50. This was a good race, and won in excellent style by Bobby.        ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

*«v.*#<*<**saT'»#s**v*>#*e¿*> +f+ To Subscribers« The last numberbut one of the Colonial Tunes coropletedthe Halt-yeir, ending June 30 In re commencing our Joutntl with the new year, ve notified to our Subscribers, that we weie necessitated to cill upon them foi Quarteily Payments in future to enable us to cany on pur .Establishment, which requires a weekly outlay of money. We "¡lo uheretofe tiust, mat such of our Subscribers as have not complied with our !iqU«stiVw,llfav?ur,us Wlth Pa>,nel,t at Itast at the close of mc Halt year, which is as extended a créditas the nature of ou> business will allow us to gn e. We take his opportunity ot reminding our Country and other dmam Subscribers who arc In arrear, and who have ¡tot emulated the opportunity of discharging their accounts, by «ending us Colonial Produce in pa> ment; that unless they do so within one month, we shall be unavoidably obligea to discontinue theirPapers Sever.l of our Liiunctewn Su...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Forgery. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

' Forgery I À-remarkable,instance of the impolicy, npd indeed inefficacy of capital punishment in. cases of forgery lately took, place iii I London. A respectable Merchant in Mark-lane hits been guilty of forgeries on'-a respectable Hoü'íe in the City to the ' | amount of more than £5000 ; but the.suflerers, notwiths.tau'dT Jiig the immense loss.they had sustained, and although in pos- session of ample prooffor, proseculing to conviction, declined /proceeding against ihe'offènder, and set him at liberty. The reasouifor this coiiduct ;' is stated tobe solely that the Gentle" men vtóó exercised sucha' humane forbearance, could not poa- . sihly reconcile it"to their'consciences to become the means of depriving a fellow creature of life. Had the punishment for forgery been short of death,, they would npt have allowed the offender to /escape from iusüce. .\Ve ought to mention that , ilia'înylÎTë^ must not lie ¡magiued that persons of this se'ct"aIoue consider the punishment^ of death too...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lambeth-street. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

, JLambeth-street. ADV ant abes op TRANSPORTATION.-A («male, some- what advanced in life, was brought from the Whitechapel. watch, house, charged by Mr. Nuuuey, the landlord of the White Swan public-house, in High-street, with attempting to rob a Mr. Hampson, a lodger of his, who had lately arrived in this country from New South Wales. From the statements, which were somewhat complex, it appeared that the prisoner, her husband, Mr. Hampson, and another person, had, about a fortnight since, returned from Sydney, and on their arrival in town, having bees' fellow-passengers together, they all took up their residence at the Swan. Each of them were possessed of large sums of money, which they had accumulated in the Colony ; and the husband of the-prisoner, in ordei to its pre- servation, and knowing her pre-disposition for appropriation, placed his savings ia the hands of the landlord. So far, all was safe ; but she, being from her youth a picker-up of" un considered" trilles, was determ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

. . ' ' "..*? ".i cr. ti »t-í ,. i . "t t. \,, , Vessels expected from England. .?.."". . i utyith Merchandize-ond Pampiger*. \ . ? ;,. . -| lîicharri S. J'jlin, 19D, Willson. \ Columbine, if», Jin t. ,, - Lion,-270, M'Lcoti. j Saucv Jack, lui) Ktnt ( Adams", --, Krancklin. * Peter PinUoi, 50Ö, Teiry , ils.ibella, >-,-.Bucket. u î Adm))alCoekhn,i)i,350,Heiilej T<*isii Mm\,-, Hmttcy. ? Calista. 220, H iwkms. /Pucj.SOO Middleton. X Mai y Ann, 480, Matthews. Hautet,-. \ Jolili Pedder,-. ' v liitdj ot tue Lalee, -, Smith. J Eçnuiul, 23n, Wulmesley. John,-.-^ickolls^ ,'> s Hot vej, îSO, --. * » CnleiniiM.,-..'Watson. $ S\dney l'ujvet, 115,-. ' I Johnson, -_. » William Cleveland, 187,-.. ï>eveion, 261, John Wilson. s Wirwick, -,-. î Elna, --, Ltai}. If j<A Pruoiicts fcnnhm,-, Vlloiy, mule. . Lid> East,-, Walker, ffcmale i VI« tmii 3S5 Small, ililli» * ; i --? I j

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Breed of Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

- .' "iV ' I' y' . Breed of Horses. ,l ?'*. Horses are the most valuable export fron* Buss'orah to India, nexttothepiecious metals., There isfupstanding order of \he Porte,, prohibiting the exportation of Jigrses from any part of the .Turkish Dominions, v The effect,.,of this yvas to prevent borses'being bied, and 20 years ago S(b Arab ¡horses could not be collected in a year,. for> any purpose but a Mili | tary one,. The exportation of tl'iem to India offering a consi- derable profit, the Governor ol' Bussorah vvas, prevailed upon by bribes to wink at their being, sent ,off in English,vessels, and the practice has ever since .continued, and increased to such a degree, that during the last year about one thousand five hundred were sent to Bombay ¡ Madras, and Calcutta, about one half ol'which went to the former, one-third lo Bengal, aud the remainder to Madras. The average prime-post of each horse sent to Bombay, is about.300 rupees-the average» price in Bjsmbay is about'SOJ) rup...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Trial by Jury in India. [FROM THE LONDON COURIER.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

j Trial by Jury in India« ,. ' . , ( ' [FROM THE LONDON COURIER.] ." Among the many happy events which will hereafter ren- der memorable the reign ot George the Fourth, history : will record as one of the brightest, the introduction of Trial by Jury into his Indian Possessions. Trial by Jury is the boast and blessing of every Englishman ; but groud and for- tunate as he may be in its possession, it would be difficult ¡"or i bim to conceive the value of the boon which has thus been ra- tified to the emancipated Indian. The value consists not in the bare act of having conferred it upon him, but'in haying fitted him for its acceptation-in having prepared bim for it by reconciling nim'to the impartial administration of truth and justice-in having weaued him from the arbitrary cruelties of a barbarous code, which .rendered the various classes of so- ciety but so many stages of graduatcdmisery and oppression in one word, -in having civilised him, aud thus endowed him with the intellectual...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

Original Correspondence!   . i '- - :.'';.-,,.? ( ? To the Editor of the Colonial Times.   Sir,--I perceive a letter, signed " One of the People," in the Tasmanian of last week. It certainly speaks openly, and does not strive to conceal the writer, but he is evidently much grieved at your not giving insertion to a certain pro-   ceeding in the Supreme Court, which I suppose was handed to you by the aggrieved party himself. He says " that an Editor has no right to take up the dispute between two con- flicting parties." You have done no more than the maxim he lays down, and for which he blames you-for he says " he is sorry the Editor of the Colonial Times should have departed   from that liberality and independence, for which he always admired his Paper." I do not think you could have given a greater proof' of your liberality, than by refusing insertion to a private misunderstanding between two Gentlemen ; who, but for the publicity,...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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THE HERMIT [?] [No. 6.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

:TKTátiV.'íííi«m¿tt,0' .:&¿n% " [Nof>], ** There is not in the world a«,realer error than that which .fool* are so apt ti» lall into, and knaves with aopd reason to cts.emir.ise, the mistaking a sannst toi a libeller, whereas to a ttue saunst nothing is si) odious as a libeller, lor the same re»«on as ti» h niai» tiuly «ii tuons, n »tiling is so natetul as a Hjpocrlle "-'Puf* ?> Passing dow« Macquarie street a few mornings ago, my attention was attracted by seeing a number of persons entering a large unfinished stone building, opposite the Chnreh, and which apon enquny, I found was the Court House, where the Criminal Sessions are held, and Civil Clauses tried - Among those who were pressing towards the door-way, ap- parently in great baste, was a tall thin Gentleman dressed in black, tripping along on his toes in n pace somewhat between a walk and a run He lpant his body forward, the projection of his back, which was unusually long, forming a very consi- derable angle ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sir lowry Cole. AND popular Go[?]ernment. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

Sir lowry Cole« AND - a popular tiSrOtornmcnt. We quote the following very great improvement from j " 27ic South. Aftiuin Commercial Advertiser," which has taken placó- in the mode of administering the Government of the Cupe of Good Hope, since the recall ol'Lord Charles SoMerslt, aud Ike ainval of the new Governor, Sir Lowry Coll : " A gooddcal has been alieady done towards breaking up that gloom and mystery which once enveloped all the tiansactions ot our Gov ornment, keepifig the Public mind in a state of un- certainty dud fear. Government was addressed in whispers, you lud äs it were to take ofl'-your shoes wheo you approaehed the sacred grouud. 'Men presented themselves separately, and weie dealt with merely as piivate individuals. To ap- pear in a body as subjects at the end of a Petition or Memo* rial, would lime appeared unpaidonable insolence. Ii was dictating to Government ! this cowal dly spit it has fled ! It' is now seen to be the duty of those who address the Head of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

Tot Swan Ährer- ; TH JE first class Brig/] ONÏ A » Ç. L. >in-r-«-- Buck, Commauder,^ burthen per register 226 tons, ¡¡SHTe^pectedfrom Sydney, within three weeks from this déte and .'will proceed immediately to the above Settlement. . Ferions desirons of securing freight or passage by Ibis ves- sel are requested to, make early ^application to the undersign **!?'?? !- ,^LLIAM M; OR3R, Agent. ? jq;y3, 1829. , ' V ,.-. ,'.[..-'??:>?:?. ?? ,? - ? u TH li reraarkablei fast-sailing Barque ? »?*.?-.. .'r.-»»""Tï--.-:,--» -.-.o-1-:? -_SWjWTSURE, .burthen per Register 337 Tons, «' fiionAs JOHNSTONE, : Commander, will be ready to receive £*Goodspn her retara from Sydfiey,;èarly.inJùne.^Forifreight /$or: Passage,' hartog superior Accommodations;; apply to the [ . (Jfldtowi^^/who - will malfe ; ad^nçer.Tipon: Wooî/br other Colonial. Produce intended., for SHjpmént fey this Vessel, and- more tN same free'of Èxpence. .'??? - ' . ? JOHN BELL. y ' ?.!.'. »'i .?'« y' .?.?'. y " ? ? ' : .""-=-V....

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Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

Latest English News* j . The ship, Prince Rçgenjtj bag, as we briely noticed in, orir, last,, brought^London papers,, announcing the Kino's Speech, attli^openiugjftf.PârJiament, which, asw,éll asthai of the French King, delivered, a few days previous, breathes nothing but Peace. - it appears,-that, Austria, France, and England have, made some impression.,,upon, both, the Bellige- rents, and that the Porte;isfdi^ppsej. to,.accede to the terms of the Treaty: of the, Cth ! J!n)yj ; for< the. settlement,of ! Greece, and that they intend to u'se.allîtli^u-.anflUjence^ith; Russia, to induce her. to, make.Rea¿e'. with the, turks ; in the mean lime, both parties, are mákujg.,gre.at. preparations, to renew the cam- paign-it beiug the intention pf Russia .to qdvßnce^uppn Con- stantinople, by way pfServ.ia, and Bpsùia,- near the Austrian frontier j thereby- avoiding, and, to «se.a military, phrase, turning,the strong position of Choumla,. which seems to, have baffled their, utmost e...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 10, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

s HOB AKT TOWN ! JULY 10, 1829., » ! Let it be imnrevied upnuyouriHinds'.let it he instilled into vomi j rlnUlroti, tuut t)ie Libetty ot the Piess 13 the Palladium o\\\ ill your Civil, Puliuc.il, and Religious Rights. J Minis JI tsnnMnm 11 It is not oftcn'that v)'P Hunk-it worth our while! to noticp the attacks whieh are made upon us 'from masked batteries, radier considering such duty to belong to soaieof our rocket orgierrade1 7paieriel, than to deserve a cannonade* fiora our1 eighteen pounder. .' One of the People," how-j ever, having entrenched himself undei the cover ?of our Contenípoiary, " The Tasmanian" of the Sil instant, but not having used such care in concealing himself but his head was so discern- able, that, although at a distance, we-could; ipcogni¿e an old acquaintance-one who within a few short days was en li «-ted in our ranks, and who only deserted from us, because wè did not' think pi opei to adopt his Council <of War, in prefeieuee to following pur ow...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

SHIP NEWS.   Came up to Port this morning, the ship Prince Regent, 394       tons, Charles Mallard, Commander, London the 24               of February and Rio de Janeiro 22nd April with a cargo con-             sisting of 10 bales cottons and woollens, W. M. Orr; 100 hogs-     heads of portes, 10 packages slops, 25 coils whale line, 2 cases       whale gear, 48 ash oars, 25 hhds. rum, Kemp and Co. ; 1 Box glass, A F. Kemp ; 1 ditto books, J. Barker ; 60 boxes can- dles, G. Butler ; 8 bales slops, J. T. Gellibrand ; 10 cases and hhds. Wine, J. G. Jennings ; 5 cases furniture, perfumery,     apparel, boots, shoes &c J. Wood ; 6 cases calicoes, haber- dashery, ironmongery...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. To tlte Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 10 July 1829

guayare» . .* To tlte Editor of the Colonial Times. The following Enigma was made by Miss SEWARD, and was found m her will, xvith directions to her Executors io pay £50 to the person xvho should'discover the true solution ind as it may amuse some of i, Our fur readers to be afiord^l an opportunity, through your much esteemed Papei, tu oßer such, I beg to piesent the Enigma, and to îequest that j ou 1 xVill, by giving it insettiiu along with this, oblige ' l ' " A New Subscriber Tho noblest object in the works of art, The brightest soene which nature can impart, The xWlI 'known signal in the time of ptaoe , 1 he point essential i tenant s kasa . The ploughman s coinfoit wln'e beholds the plough , Tho soldier's duty, and the loier's voxv'. ' ¡ The puze wiitin merit never jet his won ? ¡ -iThe pltnet seen between tho earth ard Sun , , 1 he miser's idol and the badge of Jexvs , The w.fe's ambition, and the parson's dues.1 " \t r 1 Li1 , Ol') ,J Nowf if your noblet spirit can divine , j ...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passenger. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 17 July 1829

Vessels expected from England. I ' .- IP'itl^Hfeixltaudize-.und Passe/igers.t- - ,, . I Richard & John, 100, Watson. * Columbine, 270, Tnrt. "Li iii, 270, M*Um«I ! J Saucy Jack, 169 Kent. Adam«,-,jbraticklin. ! Peter Proctor, SCO, leny Isabella,-, Bucktl. J AdrauatCockburn,350,Henley 1 t r<¡ i M*rj, -, H «rllej. j Oilista', 220, Hawkins. Pe>o\,SOO Middleton. Hunter, .Ud j of the Uiki, -, Smith. John,-, Nickolls V nierprise,-, W ivtson. .JiiUuiimif_c- _ De vero», 201, John Wilson. i MaS-y Ann, 48«, Matthews. i John Pedder,-. î'Eàlnimt, w". Walmesly. I Miu\c\, «JÄ0,-. {{svdiiH Picket, 145, ¿fcvdiiM ricket, lis,-.. > Willum CKveUnd, 187,-. * Wai wick,-,-. \ Elira,-, Leary. }1 Uh Prifoiicrs ! So/ihn,-, Pllery, male. s Lady East,-, Walker, female Vittoria 1!1S Smith, ditto ? *.

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Sandy Bay July Races. [SECOND DAY.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 17 July 1829

I : - Sandy Bay July Haces. ., I Fmx'ond DAY.!, t t , , ,, ! ', 'Oii Monday -'lost/these races took place. The weather was '.fine^'bu't^ift^geaeral'the" running was dot good". The match! ?that attráoted¡mostinterost was that between Mt.; Ci.KBiiiiNË'à Par.and Mr.,DiXoN's Chiselein. -Atstarting two'toione was offered bird taken to, a large amount on Cliiselem. A fiuei ' start- P,at obtained the lead by the excellent management'of -His rider, dud.came ia first by a length and a half. At the ?second'heat belling even, won in glorious style by Pat, who .distanced Cliiselem by 'ii jurds. ? It< is.' the intention of the owner of. the.last horse never to run..him again, .unless for, à steeple race tp.'the .top of Mount Wellington. By.losing ?this race'Cliiseléin.'has decreased in value at least 50 or GO .guineas. .Tins race clearly .prov'ed that« Mr. 'Dixon's . horse . had,.np stamina.; ; ;:-..,'.-. > ,: ( - .. ' ,:,li ?? '???i '. . After the above a pedestrian wager .¡of £20...

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