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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

Vessels expected from England. j ?* With Merchandize ana Passengers. v , Richard * John, I9D, Watson.1 ; .Linn, 270, MfLéod. « Adams,-, Francklin. , ,¡ Isabella,-, Bucket. ! Tersa Mary,-, Hartley. j Peicy,230, Middleton. -j Hunter, --. j Lady of the Lake, -, Smith. j John,-, Nickolls. j .Enterprise,-, Watson. « Johnson, ,- ??-. . Dteveron,261, John Wilson. J Sauoy Jack, 180,-Kent. 4 JPetei Proctor, 568, Terry. ] [Admiral Cockburn, 350, Henley [ Calista, 320, Hawkins. * . Ï Mary Am), 480, Matthews. [ John Pedder, . . ? Eamout, 280, Walmesley. ! Harvey, 280, --. ¡ Sydi.ey Packet, 145,--'*' \ < William Cleveland, 187, --. i Warwick, --, -¡77-. - . - ! Eliza, -, Leary, ! Friendship; White, 120 tons. i Faith, billiatt, ISO tons. ! Elizabeth, M'Donald, SOO tons. ; Ann, Hathaway, 280 tons. With Prisoners. I Sophia,-, Ellery, male. , Victoria, 305, Smith, ditto. 1 . Lady East,-, Walker, female * Princess Charlotte, Sherwood.

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

' ÍTÍie Colonial Times'of ~ihe ¿oïli-of ¿tine la« cbmpl*íea'<ti"*'|.;. ."Half-year, ending June 30. In re-commenciiyj o,nr.'Journal,. ¿with the,-new .yetti**, ¿w.e, notified/íto: our- .SdUs'cribtrs.HlVat.?»»,-. ¡were ii'eees'sitated ,to¡culi, upon .tilem. fp.riQiiarterJysiBa'yjneiils- " jin .future lo ¿'table tis tó'cairy'im' b^rlÉstabjishmen^jíVJtiíliv ! 'requires'a we'ekly'''öu'ilay'of liioíiey. '"VVe'tlo-.Ui¿"ret*u/e.ffflS",^ that su.'çh.,pf ,pur: Subscribers as have . not" eoni"pHetf:"WÍlfi''oW, request, will favour us.with pay ment ai: leásü at'thei fc'lô6^^!ü^, ! ther'Half-yéár, 'which, is ¿s .extended, a ¡credit ^s,theJ*)ií-Wré"^ i "?."? *'.--.'- «sJ'wiH alló^ u's to'giv'e/ '"," Í-,'*,,''....":.-.. -,,vV.: ¡ií*j>l : lliis'^opporluiiity-'of-'ieiniiidiiiff'.'ó'aiit Country, aija,., mt Subscribers': who nir«-ir."o^'"«^ '-?.-» '--?*-'- I."»»"' ¡bers',... :,wheat. _ _,*.... ,,.^nt,,kiu<;iii.uiiu1 lor;wllea,t;Ipr.expprl?^:V>,l'»,??.;' tlierê eau belittle...

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Earl of Shrewsbury. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

Earl of Shrewsbury« L\tract from the Earl of ShrlwsburV'ij (the Premier Lui lol Enghiul) lett» to Mr SiiblLL, the Irish Catholic Hamster, dated from Rome, 30th Dte.^1828,., whither he bad lettred to live in privacy to avoid the^taunts and insults ol those " to whose bigotry and sellisbncps we are the daily and long standing victims."-" Attached to my country by a va- riety of ties, I should long have hesitated to leave it, eve« for a season, had I lound, na vself on an equality with others of my own station, but the constant humiliations-many real-many imaginary, to which our abject situation natui ally exposes us, were di themselves suthcieut .to drive me ]from, the public, walks of life, or ot vindicating; ' our common religion from ^he loul aspersions of pur enemies. Í am now¡ occupied., pre- paring a reply to'Lord BlxleY's letter io the' Freeholders ,pf Kent. You have attached too much importance ¡tp my pqor and undeserving ellorts. It is not in this spirit, tbu^,1,haye undertak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

?- . .Ship-Py*amiis«\;,'V ,;./.'/'^ ; ;jSI.,|ûR.LONDON direct, to sail posi¿ . »»ffläBr, -/..?././» »intim nth of August,ntbe;fineShin. PYRA-1 ;3lVii,..d'AMKS ;EliI)EU, Commander; lias Room for about loo'. Bale* of WcohiorHy. . Such Persons as jnajhbe desirous to ship by. the Pyramus; ...wustihayo ¡their1; Goods.» on board before the 7;th of August, '.beifl^a; Chartered Ship- .... i. l' '?"? '.* '.?*+* S he. has: excellent accommadation for'Passengers. 'i.APR^lQ ,, . ; , ..:?'..:? ??'.-: :Ki--¿\: I . >- ,.-?.,. ,"..;-. ;«EMP¡&CO. TÍBE fine ,first*clas3 --ltak»b'itift «hip IJL'EPHEMINA, 4t)0rTons brirtben, VW¿ M.'Hau ..l!íiR>{Jüoinniai]der, ¡will positively siiil ; for the above Settle went on or before the 20thof August. This Vessel is admi ,rably .'.adapted for the conveyance of Live 'Stock, being six i feet higll,between Decks, and has atier of Scuttles fore and aft^-iäfreightiaridf Passage by this Vessel may be bad oit the wost. reasonable -Terms.-Early application ...

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CLOLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWN: JULY 31, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

HOB ART TOWN: JULY 31, 1829. Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palladium of all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Junius. We congratulate the Public upon the an- nouncement, which we are this day enabled to make, that the Warrant, for the appointment of the Legislative Council, is at length arrived. It is more than to be hoped, it is con- fidently expected, that the pledges which have been given by no less a personage than the Lieu- tenant Governor himself, in support of what had also fallen from other High Autho rities, upon the subject of the two occasions, of paramount importance to the Colony-the   Court of Requests and the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, will be immediately redeemed. In the one, the interests of a vast portion of our fellow Colonists are materially affected ; and ' in the other, common humanity requires that the doubts which have so long served, to incar- cerate...

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THE HERMIT Van Dicmen's Land. [No. 9.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

TBS HEBJVXXT ] ^...'i.r.mFoi: lerne»'* [N0.ÄJ1 t.:!>.¡" ! v i i'ni'í ? ? «' There 'íí hot' in'- the woi\'d agrtatcr : «nW titan : ihátVji'ic ti' Ms are st» abtH» faW4«to,?»«riuiav«6 ? »'H' >J'*oo*¡»cMmil,tó' liypofcri« scales.'"' "Donotyorfprovide a-wrapper'forTvhafyoas , I'ensñíréd.1 ''' The shopkeepefc i,á'1spaTel,ÜiÍn'',mani.:;o!f à!ve'ry' vinegaraípéct, lóoking^ikeísi«' Praise-God ;barebo'nes,"'who,! hùd'been'tàkihg'ph'ysicV Stroked his chin, 'and frith à demure _i'Jiù^<,Ïam Tiiii/Iaii «à>f>>J«lia mitáIi 'waa linnVdvAii *l*«av\linfi. "OIIa* shop"'.... ,. ,-.,-, fêrencéï"-:l,tiOiJlr' profits* won't allow ¿aper;" was the only" . reply°I';coul,d'1agàin: Tecctve. 'Presently a fat middle-aged ?female in great dishabille, approached thcshop from a1 neigh- bouring public-house;. aid. "entering with a semivole,. and, throwing some1 money on thecóunter, saií; «Va tone1 àndstyle stooping to dAWJ;off a1'^irty stocking' from' àMirtiérïdOi;' 'r'liereV\ál!,leg'll'*be...

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Original Correspondence. To the Printer of the Colonial Times Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

Original Correspondence.   To the Printer of the Colonial Times Newspaper. SIR,-I am not, nor do I wish to be represented to the Pub- lic as a satarist or politician, and am therefore hurt and dis- pleased at the very improper and unwarrantable manner in     which you have chosen to introduce my name into your paper of this week, in the remarks attached to the letter signed "Jo- nathan Solveright."     It would be superfluous to say to you that I am not the writer of the series of letters published in your Times, and   signed " Simon Stukeley," but as some of your readers may have been misled, I call on you to undeceive them, by im- mediately publishing this letter, denying most positively, that I am the writer, or that the writer is in any way connected with, or even known to me. I think, also, that an apology is due from you, for permitting what may be termed a falsehood to be introduced into your Paper.   &n...

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Sydney Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

          SYDNEY EXTRACTS         Chinch and ,State Intolerents'. , j -...".- -.<>-?". J Tbe^oYewor^bother-in-law.i Lièntl'Colonel 'Dumaresq/ W ISM?«1 head)1ou»rterslatlast, -front'* two years' leWopf ? Í? W 5 we .»** not heard if with any aôpointïrient.^ ' '* ". . , i, 5 li Pel ~u jo'i ¿if * -<C^ The suppression of Unlawful Associations Bill had tended to produce some sort of quietude in Ireland. Last week, a flock of sheep, some heavy in lamb, and others with lambs at their feet was sold by public auction in the town of Parramatta, at an average of six shillings each. A   A grant of land, it is said, has been selected for Mr. Da- vis, M.P. consisting of 15,000 acres, on the River Manning, by Mr. Peter McIntyre, of Segeuhoe.         A school of industry was opened under the patr...

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Lord Tenterden's Act. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

". U,i ' ' ^«Ä* tiàtâtààenl&AGÙt., .' We refer our readers to the ; article i which appears under this head, bptb^n. the tasmanian and. Colatfal iiines'of the 5th ultimo, ,aiîd io,t|ie «ptnuientary oueredájfcreon by each. 'Werflatterpui selves that ,purmew»s a correct ooe, and that of our¡ contemporary,, ¡though made so confidently and'so atf 'thoritatiyely, is entnely cironeous. ''We,have shewn the* Act in questipp,is not the j Law of the Coloiry-c-he 'says it is. We { gre therefore at issue,, . We )óaly gay our contempo-5 rary^jnay be equall.yjiiyron.gin the view he takes also so con-' fiden|l/ upon mos^pther subjects, particularly those which requu-e infotwatjqp and research, -fitch «s religion/and pQU against'Cathb»io«Emân'ôipatiohJ' «fti^lâft neW^il^up^îïfiif ¡state ofÏMlaildi áftd-tBeagh'oráñ¿e/(of fe^wffi]fk&££n as(he>does.frotowhenoeta ;existBrtIÄVnotf*bn^ ii;<rhtinBrl'.nrítir«tiarí»i :wKií*^op~aixi"cíentÍiri¿i rh«ve;V«¿Ví ¿Ü.í'1! ;Baris Papery ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

SHIP NEWS.   JULY 26.—Arrived the barque Pyramus, Captain James   Elder, from Sydney Stti instant, with S cases woollens and .hirts, 10 hhds. porter, 80 boxes glass, Murray and Burns, « casks cheese, W. Wilson , 3 hhds. and S cases, C M'Lach. lan , S cases sundries, Rev. W. Bedford ; 1 ditto, Mrs. Pedder, 3 ditto, James Grant ; 1 bag almonds, James Hackett; the re. li Binder ot the cargo is consigned to London, audconsist of wool, seal «kins, mimosa bark, flax, treenails, blue gum ce- dar, curiosities,'¿te-Passengers, Dr M'Kay, Mrs. Jackson, Mr. golton and servant» Paul Camghan and h kaw. 3Ûlï 36-Arrived the ship Gtorgimna, J. S. Thompson, com. mander, from Port Jackson the 12th instant, with 1 case lemons, Mrs. Moodie; 1 ditt» «ranges, Mrs. Abbott j 43 cases stationery, &c. His Majesty's Government ; the other part of her cargo' i i consigned to order, viz. slops, cedar, wine, ha bexdoshery, sperm oU, -and 30 rams.-Passergcrs, Captain Bayley, Lieut...

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Discovery of New Rocks. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 31 July 1829

.             Discovery of New Rocks   Commodore Sconnberg has sent for publication, in the         South African Commercial Advertiser, for information to the   Trade in general, an Extaract from the Log Book of the     schooner Ariel, Thomas Dixon,; master, describing too dan-   gerous Rock fallen in with on his passage from Liverpool to   Valparaiso: we hope the Editors of Newspapers in other parts     ol the world will be pleased to give it a place in their columns   as early as possible, agreeably to the benevolent views of the   gallant Commodore.     Extract from the Log Book of the Schooner Ariel, of White-     haven, Thomas Dixion, master, on her passage from Liver- &...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

tremía expected from england. With Merchandize and Passengers. . Richard 8ilphú,m; Wateon. i Admfra!Cockburn?350, Lum, aJVM'Leod. , Î Calista, 320," Hawkins. tAdfltllft- 17r^n.»lfl»w ynX~n... Am.« .fall ILfnt.lm Henley Adams,-, Francolín IVtbeU»,,<-, Bucket. Tersa, Mary,-, Hartley. Peícy.'aio, Middleton. Humer, --. Latty of ,the Lake, -, Smith. John,-, Nickolfs. 'Enterprise,-, Watson. Johnson, -.-,. Peveron,aol, ïohn Wilson. ,Sanoy Jack', 16^, Ken' - P I'lil' !illinii(*WI"Terry, Î Mai y Ann, 480, Matthews. Î John Pedder, --. , J Eamont, 280, Walmesley. < Harvey, 280, --. Ï Sy dney Packet, 145, -- »"William Cleveland, 187, - Ï Warwick,-,-. s Eliza,-, Leary. ., ? FrrendstujfcJííWéTÍSO tons. iliiatt, 158 ton«. Bliifabeth, M'Dou.itd, 300 tons. \ Ann, Hathaway, íáo tons. With Pt isoners. ' Sophia,-, Ellery, male. i Lady East,-, Walker, female Victoria, 395, Smith, ditto. * Piincess Charlotte; Sliei wood.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

! , Original Correspondence.! ,' .To the Editai ot' the Colonial Times. >' Cn ' T i _ \ J oin,-i li }ve Peen out to see the new Factoiy foi the first time, and must say tin sight was veiy badly chosen It lays tollu South eist of Mount Wellington, immediately under the shelter of that inhospitable mountain, and is always cold mil damp , in fact, the sun seldom shines on it ' lhe.re ure several womeh confined in this useless Establish inenf, who, however un loi tímate, \>eie teiideily biousht up in Lnghnd, and accustomed to many cumfoits Humanity would du tate at least a healthy diy situation foi women in their con finement I have observed some delicate females look so ema< mind, and then cluldien so squalid, as to excite pity for then hard late I tim sure it only requnes to be pointed out to His Excellency and that he will instantly dilecta îemedy lhere has been no acooiint of the deaths bf women and clul- dien published , but I beir from lespcctable. sources that w ...

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Trial by Jury. [FROM THE MADRAS GAZETTE.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

Trial by Jury. [FROM THE MADRAS GAZETTE.] By the Rockingham we received, from the Cape a few num- bers of that valuable Paper, the South African Commercial Advertiser; and we rejoice at the, rising greatness of that Colony. The abolition of the old Fiscal Administration of Just- tice, became too notoriously to be longer, endured, and it was in consequence superseded by a system which by its faith- ful administration needs only to be known to be admired—on- ly to be understood to receive the approbation, of all—for it knows no distinction. Its pure streams are equally the pro- perty of the humblest individual, with the most exalted, pow- erful, wealthy, and influential. There have been found men, it is true, who have endeavoured to pervert its course, and limit its operation ; but they have ever been held in abhor- rence, and execrated by all ranks. It is true, few have been found daring enough to make it subservient to particular       cases, a...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

SHIP ÉM¿ NEWS AUGUST 1 .-Arrived the brig Amethyst, Captain David Coulthard, from Liverpool 23d March-Cargo, 54 packages .hardware, fowling pieces, grates, oil skin caps, cotton stuff», red wine, earthenware, wearing apparel, apothecary, and sta tionery, for Crombie and Co ; 1 bale apprel, l box woollen shawls, and 50 cases wine, for Kemp and Co., 28 packages cottons, blanketing, stuffs, haberdashery, woollens, and ear thenware, - J and W. Robertson; 1 trunk apparel , J.H. Moore ; with a variety of goods, consigned to Sydney, and to order:- Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan, for Van Diemen's Land: Captain and Mrs. Sealy and child, Mr Staples, Mr. and Mrs. Kingsmill, and child, Mr. and Mrs. Lake, and two children , Mr Powell and Mr. Emsley, Mr William Perry, The Prince Regent , for Sydney ; the Orelia, for Swan River, und Pyramus, for London, are expected to sail nu Sunday.         Vessels remaining in the Harbour.   Shi...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: AUGUST 7, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

TÜS5!ff^^T5^^^^S?T^^r- -^»,. -¿..;.-¿ .^.»."¿"t.,,.^.-?.,-... HÖBÄÄTTÖWN: .: , AUGUST 7, 1829. ¡Lçt^b.çjmprerised.uponyniirminds,let it be instilled mtfiyonr /.phjldien, that llie Li bei ty of the Press is the Pulliut-u'im ni all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. .Ju'nitts., Upon looking at the Public Expenditure of th'e Colony f¿r the past year, we observe that the Ju- dicial or Law Establishment cost the immense «um of Eleven Thousand Pounds, beinfe Eight1 Thousand more than it returned in Fees, &c. Considering, as we do, that upon the proper ad- ministration of the laws of our country, much of its prosperity, as well äs the happiness and se- curity of each individual mainly depend, and re- collecting the dreadful scenes we *have heretofore witnessed, when partly from defects in our sys- tem with reg-árd to the trial of offenders, and partly from other cause's, crime had obtained such a sway in the Colony, as to bave insinuated itself ' into 'the very vitals &am...

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THE HERMIT Van Diemen's Land. [No. 10.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

THE HSSB.MIT I ., < . --. .'-/» ,.tr .'a ; in ' , ' -' i! i '?? ' i - "ihm1 Bitmeiw Uan&: [No. io.] --"?- I ! 1 "There la not In ih* Aorld a greater^orror than tli.u winch -.fools are so apVtefÄn mlo,'and knaves with good le.isun to «encourage,-the ¡tfcutuknig a.siUirisl foi a libeller; wlieifcns 'lo . -a. true satirist nothing is so odious as a libeller; lOr the same > reason as to a nuui Haly viitnous, nothing is so "lime l u I us a « hyppclile."-Pope. ' , i ? , . -! " Are we" never to'have 'a continuation of'the account of i loar Law Expounders' given by the 'Gentleman who entertains - 'well', i and lives in the house shaped like the Ijetter L I1' me ' 'thinks I hear from some of iny1 readers. Have patience, my , . friends, and yon shall know every thing in time; Wiso long '..as¡I have the happiness to move occasionally in the"fashion ? -able'world, oomposed as it is, of beauty and the graces, with f. all their channing laughter-loving face's^ I shall pei ha...

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Original Selections from my Albun. A PEEP AT THE SETT[?]ERS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

Original Selections from ray Albun. ' . --'" A p'niT AT THE SKTTLL'ÜS. ' ' ' One suinmei'seiening in the year lis! I, two Gentlemen, who had been travelling on horseback tlnough the,,! omanile? scenery of North A\alc», iccorapaiued by a^en mt with then baggage on a led horse, and who were now proceeding to Cheltenham, by way oi Shropsline, slopped foi a night aka- nui, in a small \ illage between Ludlow ind Wmcestei. Temp- ted by the serenity of the evening, ind the provimity of some ruuwwliich they li id beep lold were woith seemif, they strolled about until lite, not returning to the vii! ige ere the jast gleams of twilight weic contending is it were against total darkness As they appioached the inn, a huge caiai m was standing liiimedutely opposite the doorway, ami botstei ous sounds ol rough merriment mel then ea s, as it proceed- ing fi ara the interior ot the building. ' ' "\\ hat, in the, d-l's name, have we here, saul Cliflord ' ' 1 is surely a wild bçast shew, and some of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

Horses, &rC. REQUIRED, 4 large Cart Horses, 3 English Cows, and 10,0 iine-woollcd Maiden Ewes, by Mr. William Wise, Elizabeth-street, JuJy 17, 1829. ¡_ Caution. «m ,4'EL Persons aie hei'eby cautioned inot to tres'i jj» pass on niy Farm, consisting of 500AcresJ and called Redbank, situated-ait Great'Swan Port, 'havfng its East line on the sea-; its Noith line on Meredith River ;-and its West and South lines bordering on the Township at Waterloo Point, as any Person found deviating from'the road which runs thiough it after this Notice, will be prose-» cuted according to Law." , _GEORGE MEREDITH, Jan. Sheriff's Sales. ' . ' Shei if s Ojjice, 6th August, 1829, In the Snp> eme Court. , Young u Reid, O'Ferrall «. Same, , Gellibinnd and another v. Same, < < Young v. Same and another. On Tuesday the I8th Instant, at 12 o'clock, the SberiiT will cause to be put up for Sale, by Public Auction, on the Pre- mises' of the Defendant, at " Greenhill," Macquarie Uiv...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 7 August 1829

DEATHS.-On Monday last, of the brain fever, after an illness of only six days, during which period she never spoke, Mrs. Ann Young, aged 46, of Murray-street.-On the fol- lowing day, Mrs. Elizabeth Guest, aged 29, of Campbell- street, of the same complaint, after an illness of five months. The deceased was the daughter of Mrs. Young, who died the preceding day, and a native of Norfolk Island.   ---

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