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THE BARD'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1830

THE JBARO'S LAMENT. j titink upon the lighted Halls, Where Beauty tot'd to «r*f I I think upon the trophied trails, That grac'4 the festal day ! Then, tarn to where the ivy climbs, Around each mould'ring stone, And mourn the chiefs of other times, Now pc»t away— and gone 1 I iriiink nnon the snpHsthat woltft Beneath the Minstrel's haud, ? .. Whan Freedom's voice in music spoke. Through Cambria's mountain-Land i When foremost mid the martial (.rain, Stood forth each Warrior-bard, And when their. Harp's extolling strain Was Valour's rich reward ! But now — those strains excite no more,, Once like a trumpet's blast ! The Hahp's wild spell Is htish'd and o'er, The Minstkel's hour is past! :. Save when, like me, some wattd'rin£ Bard Through Cambria(s valleys gr£en, Attunes his Harp's degen'rate chord, To shew with it ha.tr been !

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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CORNWALL ASEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1830

CORNWALL ASEMBLY. iext ? On Tuesday Evening, one of the most tiume ^ ? rods ana respectable parties even collected in the case ? Town, had a Ball at the Cornwall[Hotel for three ?Offlt H good purposes, — viz. to celebrate the anniversary - to H »f our Countrymen's first landing on these Shores orer H —to aid by prompt support a truly estimable fP'tu ? landlord, aud to shows that Social warmth ofgp. Mj ? nerous intercourse without which a Community rh of ? know all the horrors of Solitude without partaking )*!£.? of its puasn ws. f out ? v7e have no disposition to exaggerate the truth, I dis- ? tut whether we look at Mr. Mackie's efforts as rorld ? displayed in every particular of his arrangements de of ? upon this occasion, or whether we look to the tlmtB Company as comprising much of female loveliness itical ? and manly worth, or whether we glance at the very ? Ball-room, fringed as it was most tastefully with tlher ? ghrubs, and hiade more than nocturnally radiant £eas.fl by bloss...

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SPECIMEN OF A DICTIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1830

Specimev of a Dictionary. Ace.— -The only secret which the ladies keep inviolably. Souls. — An article of commerce amongst Sov ereigns. . Masker Ball.— A charitable establishment for ugly women. . ' ' Insolvency.— A mode of getting rich by infal iiuie rules. A Wife. — A woman who, having promised obe dience, always knows hmv to make herself obeyed. Rouge. — A composition which has the property of rendering old. women a little more ugly, and young women a little less pretty. Femme Galante. — A rose from which every lover plucks a leaf, till the thorn alone is left for the husband. _ ? A Fool. — An individual whose folly does Dot accord with that «f the majority. A Gentleman. — A man who has duties to dis charge and. models to follow, and who ordinarily dispenses with one and the other. Gratis.— A word so alien to our manners, that we have been obliged to seek it iu a dead langu age* Impertinence — The pride of footmen. Importance. — The greatness of fools. Youth.— The age of a man ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1830

tbr London Street. '-JS& The 6n« Shto CLAfcstfAfc, Capt. iBBa James Ritchie, 348 tons register, stands &$Bti3k i. 1. »t Lloyd's, copper-fastened iud ciflBElLcoppered **- the bends, will Sail on Or l|S9B?aboiit-he lfto'f April next. Her Cargo ?it all jsn&teedt Hut tfie has room for a few Cabin and Steerage Passengers. She carries tfi experi enced Surgeon , Sails uncommonly fust, and the Accommodations are excellent. For Passage onlV, apply tt- the Commander on 'board, or to A. CHARLTON, at the Cornwall Hotel. Leuncefton, Feb. 6th, 1830. {Stiip CALISTA, for London, via Hobart Town. ^jjgLTHE-fine A. 1. Ship Calisxa havirifc 3£sBL arrived agreeably to former notice, the J?ublic are informed Aat her stay at this Port yill be shott, as nearly the whole of her Cargo Is ready to put on board* which will bte done -without delay; there is however, room for a few more bales of Wool to fill up, antl to complete ?which, Captain Hawkins will either purchase, at fair prices...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1830

Dissolution of Partnership. nHHE Partnership hitherto existing be J[ tween the undermentioned is this day dis lolved bv mutual corJsent. HESRY B.EED, , JAMBS tiUNCAV. Witnesi, J. W. GLEADOW. . Lsliinceston, Feb. 15tK, 1830: _ ? NOTICE. TTENRY REED begs leave to1 lhtorrri JJL the Public that the business hitherto carried en tinder Ihe Firm of REED & DUNCAN', wilt in future be carried on by himself, and that all debts ow foe by and to the above Firm will be paid and received by him. LauncestoD, Feb. 15th, 1830. . ? ? . ? WANTED* fTiORTY THOUSAND SHINGLES, to JD be delivered at the Wharf at Launceston, «r upon the banks of the Tamar. Apply to1 riENUt RfefcD. iAuhceston, Feb. 15t.li, 1830. ' WANTED. rpWO MEN to take cate of Sheep fihd J. Cattle per WIlliam, Capt. Young, for Swau' ttiver. Apply to HBNRY REED. Launceston, Feb. 15th, 1830. CAUTION. MY Neighbours are hereby cautioned not to Trespass in any wisp, in or near the Paddock by which my house is surrounded, as a Cart Rtfad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 February 1830

SHIP NEWS. '   ARRIVED IN THIS PORT   On On 19th.-The schooner HENRY, from a sealing voyage.. VESSELS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR.. '' Ships America, Calista, Clansman, and Surry, Barque Lucy Davidson, Brig Mary Ann.   Arrived in Hobart Town.   On the 15th fh.vH.— Australian Co's ship GREEN-   OCK, Capt. Hunter, from Leith the 7th Sept, and Rio de Janeiro the 7th Dec. with a general cargo. Passengers, for this place,— Mrs. Harvie, Mr. and Mrs. Gunn and child, Mr. Oliver. Mr. Porteous, Messrs. David Pitcairn, Wm. White, W. Wood A. Campbell, K. Stewart, J. Boxer, R. and O. Brodie, A. Murry, P. Incly, T.Dugan, Mrs.   Dugan, Isabella Porter and child, Maria, Isabella and David Boyd; for sydney,— Mr. and Mrs. lnglis, Mrs. M'Naughton, Miss M'Naughtan, Messrs. A. Stenhouse, A. Steward, D. Stephrnson, and Do- nald Duncan. 'On the 16ih.— Th* skip Medway, Capt. Wight, from Sydnev 2nd Feb., with a i-enpral assortment of...

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AFFECTION [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

AFFECTION I prom youth's early day, ? To life's fading ray, I JLove still is the source of delight ; I And its lustre divine I . ' The brighter doth shinr, 1 1 be darker affliction's fend night. I When tlie tempest of woe I O'eT the bosom shall blow; I Aod {he heart is o'erwhelmed with fears) I For hard fate can atone, I iDd change into smiles all our tears'. I In the moment of death, I When life's parting breath I $hall fade like the taper in gloom, I Affection's sweet smile I Can thatjtnoment beguile, . - I Jlud illuminate the path to the tomb f ?' I A CoMve;nif.nt t\T.— A short time age n poor ?islim'an applied at the- Churchwardens' office of Manchester, for relief, and upon 6ome doubt bp Kg expressed us to whether lie wnt a proper ob Kct for parochial charity, he enforced his suit Kith much «arhestless : ' Och, your Hdnbar,' Kid he, u sure I'd be starved to death. lbngt-inr.r Kit for my cat 1'—' But for what t' asked his Ktooished interrogator.—** My t'at,' rejoined tlie Kislim...

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Anno Decimo Georgii IV. Regis. No. 3. AN ACT to institute Courts of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

Antto De6imo Georgii IV. Regis. No. 3. ?AN ACT to ihililuie Courts of Requests. WHEREAS byati Atet of Parfiameiit passed in the ninth year oftheBcignof Bis present Majesty intituled ' An Act to provide ' for the administration of Justice in New SoUth '' Wales and VahDieroen's land andfor the mote « effectual ''Government thereof and fot'other put1. ** poses relating thereto' provision is made for the institution ofCourtof CivH Jurisdiction to be called Courts of Requests within this Colony by Laws or Ordinances to be from time to time for that pur poBe made and enacted and for giving and grant ing to such Courts such power and authority as in the said railed Act is specified. BE IT tHBKEFORE ENACTED By Bis Ex cellency Colonel Geokge AbihcR Lieutenant Governor of the Island pf Van Diemen's Lantl and its Dependencies with the advice of the Legisla tive Council that Courts of Civil Jurisdiction to be called Courts of Requests shall be holden within this Island and its Dependencies in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

^Tnttfiliicqtenant Governor has been pleas JL ed to grant the undermentioned indulgences. Tickets of Lease. Walfer Russ, 297, Caledonia (i). Benjamin Wind, 451, Sir Godfrey Webster, Edward Nancy, 914, Coromandel Ann Kit-man, 57^ Brothers, James Broowhalf, 7t9, l%dy Bast. The parties will, therefore, apply at this Office, for their respective Tickets, on the 23rd. March n»*t, but in rases where, from residence in the Interior, it fnay'nfit bo cftnveniontHo repair 'to HobarUown, the'dfcerfption '6f the -person may be tHken by the nearest Police Magistrate, and transmuted by him ; and upon Its receipt, ac. cumpanied by a statement of the man's Wtcrtded residence, the Ticket will be completed, au'd re turned to the Magistrate for delivery. By Bis Excellency's command. J. Burnett. Certificates of 'jTreedoro bate been granted to the undermentioned Persons :— William Tobin SO Lady East, William Thomas 301 ditto, John Craig 593 Sir Godfrey Wetrtter, John Davis 324 ditto, Moses Rogers '356 d...

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Anno Decimo Georgii IV. Regis. No.2. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

Anno Decimo Georgii IV. Regis. . No. 2. An Act to institute Courts of Cteneral end Quarter Session* ; and to extend the authority thereof add of Justices of ike Peace in certain cases. WHEREAS by an Act of Parliament passed in the ninth year of the Reign of HU present Majesty intituled 'in Act to provide ^fortheatftdihistratidnet Justice n (Sew South ' Helps & Van Diemen's land fifor the more efler *' tual Government thereof and for ether purposes relating thereto' provision is made lor the ihuitii ttyn of Courts of General and Quarter Sessions ^ritjiin this Colony, by Ordiflfiirec to be from time to time for that purpose made and enacted and for the giving and granting to. such Courts power and authority to take cognisance in a* summary way of crimes Misdemeanors and oilier offences or mis condttct not punishable by Death committed by felons or other Offenders transported to this Colony and whose Sentences have ntft ex pired and have not been remitted ; and also to take cog...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

LAUNCESTON ADTEBTISEB. MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1830. It is the public duty of a Journalist to diBpel delusion ; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows, ef those who are interested in Preventing the $gis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. ' Towards the latter enct of January the feed for Stock b&btune Very scarce, (be con tinued fine sonny weather having burnt op the grass j but its last few days, KtidiJiui genial rains of the following month .revived the drooning spirits of the cattle^ ana pre vented them from, fallirg If much in flesb, which- mast hire inevitab y bten (he case, had IPrdvidence tvHheld i\\e rail another tirtnthi Mucbiain also tell during ihVwrjy parttif *he aresAnVWbntb:, butwebiveiirJt hearS ty'tiify. bjMTeftWtsrreifculnlig therefttyn, extfepYto'a'feV^iayfltBcks. * The liaytpro idilced i&ts Seas'dfc 'isbf a taost excellent ^uiMity^An^^O'e^fgVeitjcreilit to toe grow-, ers, and...

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PARTICULARS RESPECTING BEVAN: [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

PARTICULARS RESPECTIKG BEVlNi Sndrtly after eicht 6'clork bill Sonday night, Mr. Waddle,- Publican at the Sand Hill, heard a musket go off, close to his house. He sent one oF his men to sc« wKb fired it— the man on ffiiing about 100 yards from the house, net a person njtmed Joseph Charles Hall, wfio requested to be cWdncTed to Mr. Waddle's: As soon as Hall retyped the bouse, lie said ?' Waddle} 1 have saved youf lite : uersn. wtfs goinc to no your fiouse ana murder you. if you mafle any resistance ; but. |f nave shot htm;' Mr. W. theta requested him to ikUrtr up ttjir musfcet, arid spety him where the Body lay. Hall went about lOO yards and then laid *- Sfend for the Cousta\)les and 1 will shew it td therii.' Mr.. Waddle, then took Ball back to the on«e, atirl *i»i^ immediate notice to the Police Jda-tiat . Mr; WvUh the CtiefCoQit able, with party 'oV'CohstaWeB ihd a. Serjeant in comman'A of a military dte-achmeu(, imraediauly went tn Waddle's. Tliej , took the fijan Hall to i-W ;tb...

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READING, SEPT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

READING, Sept. 21. this day tour great annual chedse-fair was held in the Forbury. About '600 tons were pitched: being 60 tons less than last year. This diminuti. on in the supply did not arise from the waut of cheese in the dairy counties but from an idetB prevailing that so toUcU would not be wantedj and I the dairyman thought it most prudent not to over- 1 at*%t*\r 4no Wkarlrnl &t a- tin fninniDniioiiiuiii n non. ^^B rat dulness pervaded the whole tair aud the deal ers, and if by universal conseut, would not t» much as look at the cheese on the terms thco.ask* ed, vit. for the best double Gloucemef, 66i. per cwt. The dairymen, finding it useless to biuA out, gave way 4s., and several of- the best dairies were then taken off at from 40s. to ai«. per cwt; a few lots reached 64s., but the geueral raa did not exceed 60s. There were a tew tons of old cheese, the average of which brought 82s. ; new thin, 40s. to 44s. per cwt; WU the close in tot evening, 220 tons remained (indi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

' - - . ? . Ft-r London pirect. ..'?'; _£&-, The ^e Ship -?LAMrti[AK, Capt' 'MS, James Hifchie, 348 tons register,«standst VflfiSs^t *&? ''1 i'*t liloyd'gj *upper-ftfstt-ne4('aud ^Hp^WjCoppcred to the bends, will Sail onor iSS^gS&a bout the Istof April ne'Jtt. Tlet'iXiargp 'tVfcttleiikwin^'but She-has room for a few Cabin' aod^teerage' ¥as*e*)gers. . She entries att'ekpent enced Surgeon, Sails' uncommonly fasti fend the AccoramofetiprtVane excellent. ' For -Passage «Ntrrf apply to the Commawder^n board, or to A. CffARLTON, at riie^Corowili Hotel. Launceston, Feb. 6th, 1830. Vs7«i- CALISTA, for London, via Bohflrt Tovcn. jfiffi^TIHi'fiae A. 1. Ship Camsta havjag JBSBt arrived agreeably to former nottce^fhY Public' are UifoTined that het stay at -this Pbrt ?will 'be 'short, as neatly iTie whole of foerdargo is ready to put. on board, which will be done without delay ; £l\ere is'*o.wever, room for a Sew more bales' of Wool to fill up, iindto cotaplete ?which, Ca...

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Anno Decimo Georgn IV. Regis. No. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

Addo D'ecimo Geurgii IV. Kegis. Nti. I JLN ACT to remove doubt* as to the va lidity of Act* or Ordinances in force I on the Twenty-eighth day of February, One Thousand Eight Hundred and I Tieentv-ninei ? WHEREAS it is expedient to declare that the Acts or Oidinances which were ?in force in the Colony on tht- twenty-eighth day of February One thousand eight hundred dud I wen. tyUtine are Still in fore*-. -fte it therefore enacted tod declared by HU Excellency Colanel Geokqe Author Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen'sLand and its Dependencies br and with -ttie advice of the Legislative Council that all Ordi nances passed by the Governor of New South Wales with the advice of the Legitlative Council and all Acts or Ordinances passed by the Lieutefa. antGovenorofVan Oiemeu's Laud witli the advice «f the Legislative Council which were in foice in the Colony on the twenty-eighth day of, February One thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine shall be deemed and taken to have bean ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

?shjp^IIl rtEvrs, - - - ? . . j ^o arrivals 'or Departtffesiiertfthis week. The 6rle Mary A-!n h*s droppi-d a short dis. tancedevin the river to ttoinplete her cargo of Vessels nEhAirtiNG 'in the HUftBOUR. Ships Amibica, Causta, 'Ci.Xksman, and Suwky, Barque LucyDavidsun, Brig MAttY'iUN. JtuRivsa IK .IIobX-KT t&ws- On the^td.^iie^S^Stiz^BETH, Cantata Swan^from ?'Lorfdbn m ;3ffl*^n%*ly hu^thwe 30lh acpl., calling ai we v?l»?i .'1'LU ,.D'l:.. ?'' the %5th Deii, with *„ cargo, of mercliandrae' and numerous passengers. On th£ 24th.— the transporf-shtp Bliiia, Cnpt. Doubiley, from London' (he 7ih Nov., with Ora^ nance stores, sndlti female firi&mers, and 14 chiMiwor-ftusieon Su|-t.;Dr.Thorapson, B. N. 2 wora™ahd~4 children, oleaduVufg the passage; On the26ih.— tt.M.S.CttOTCbniit^froin Sydney, with the Venerable the Archdeacon Broughton on Doara. - ' ? ? ?. SAILED PROM HoBABTTOWS. f ; On the 21SV— Tfte*tilp*irt«OT Heoekt, Ca|tt. Hu*twick\ for -Swan River to^Jhe I«e of Fran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

JFINE WOOLLfiD RAMS. . To be Sold by Auction, Mx Kimikli WHITEV At the Laboceston Hotels on Monday «lh March, . at 1 % pVldck, without the leSst reserve : — ? ONE HUNDRED HAMS, highly im proved, ahtl chiefly of the Saxon breed, combining large cdrcdss with fine wool. They will tie p'ilt up'm Lots to suit Purchasers,'and may be vieweS in Mr. White's paddock at arty hour tin the day bfWle; -?'-? ? - ? ?? : ' . ? CONPlflONS,OF. SALE.— Three Months dn Sjfc prbV'eH 'JBNls, with' twd names' for £%Q.— Six Months' f8pj£5O.--dr Rood Wheat; deliverable on the lstdAy df April at 7s. 6d. per bushel. LuulifccBtbri, March 1st, 1830. Se'tietity-five Pouhdsi Reward, WHEREAS on Saturday evening or Sunday morning last, some person or per* soni, }n the aefgbbourrfo'tfd of Cammines's Folly, i|id wilfully and maliciously shoot a fine young bay Filly through the leg with a ball, also a roan Mire in foal, and with a foal by her side, wJlb Utri;e d.iilk shot 'P the hiod quarters^ and a roan toft atoiiiTS m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 March 1830

Waited, T^ORTY THOUSAND SHINGLES, to JD be delivered at the Wharf at Launcestou, or upoa the banks «f the. Tamar. '*:~ Apply to HENRY REED. ~~ , ? ttAKTElif. TWO MEN to. take care of Sheep and Cattle per William, Capt. Young, for Swan River. Apply to HENRY REED. Launceston, Tub. 1 5th, 1830. .... IMPOUNDED. AT JFerlli, on iliB 10th February, four belonging to Mr. E. H. Thomas. It'notUkeri a.way and expenses paid before Friday, 5th March, they will lie sold at the Pound on that day to defray the samp., . IiD.VAHD DRYDEtf, Mtffcli 1st, 1830. Ponnd keeper. WANTED.   A BLACKSMTH, who thoroughly un- derstands his business, and can have a good   character. Liberal wages will be given.   Apply to G. Willett, Latour Township, Nor- folk Plains.   THE Public are hereby cautioned against receiviug a .Note. for iJ60, drawn by James ? 'Towers, and accepted by M. Sornmerville/ dated' the 1st of June, 1829,, rhe same being lost be tween Luuncesto...

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ANCIENT MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 March 1830

ANCIENT MANNERS. In the beginning of Charles the Second's reien, were two wonderful sights. The first, a Turk : 'he walked barefooted, by bis toes' onlf, up g rope almost perpendicular ; he danced blindfold on a high rope,' with a boy, twelve years old, tied tpb&feef, dangling twenty fee,( heuWh him, and yet he moved nimbly as a feather; he stood .on his hp?d ou a high saast, apd.fieW .down on the perpend ipubr rtfpe on his breast^head foTe,most^ his les» e^nd arms extended.' Tins, exceeds any thing laour.days. The o,tner sigbt was that of the Hairy Woman, tO years old. ° Her eye-brows were combed upwards,' and she had'along lock of hair out o,f each eare'. Sbe had a prolix beard and I mustachios, with long locks on the middle of her j hose, litean Iceland'dof, She was now, narrJe^V »-iWf find very aqcienr. nientjon made pf Hounds iSbSb'i u the rtscpuciegf 4*14 dog«, edrtc, the a'ssassiS. of Edmund tr»nsi^ was thrown into this ditch hy Canute, after being, tormented to death...

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BRITISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 March 1830

I BRITISH NEWS: , I . the Bunk of England fans extended its dijcputjts I One Million beyoud the usual amount, ^uchre I lief has been thus afforded to the Mercantile tn I terests in the City, which, owing to the depress* I «d state of trade, were in urgent need of it, I Mr Campbell is to be the new EisWquer I Judge. t , , , . , ... I It is, stated that the King had expftutd such I disapprobation of the Duke of Wellington's prp, I posed plan for making ^e Church ana , Crow a I Lauds available for national purposes— supposed I to be bt the iustonce^of the Duke of Cumberland I— that i he plan was given up; the Duke having I declared th.t h'e threw from himself all the res I ponsibility of c«'ntinuibg the present system of Itaxationi » ??. . I FUNDS. I Consols ? 90 I 4 per Cent. .?-.,.-.... ? .' tO3 I BULLION. I -3old, (per, oi.) . :. . . . ;. .-....« 17, 11 |\ Silver (Standard) . ., . .y ? 0 5 ,1, I Dollars leach about 4» ,$£d) ... 0 4 10 ., J'b* navigation to India, by .the Istmus of S...

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