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

' Snip Pyramul. \ ' .iim»^*.^ ' iï-ïOlli LONDON;direc^fo'saili'^ím-; _¿. IjVefy 'on the 9th<of.Augusts thef/inesShiplEYRA .;,MWES .jEfciJE{t,d Commander 5;;has,illöom:'for. '.abouti "ioOBales of Wool, oít/y.j'ív ,.., >..';. ,ío,va;í ^iVr.-i-i'v; . ! ",Such Persqns,as may be^ desirous "to .ship by tbe,.Pyramus, "sáíist tíávé' (Iieir/Gtfod's 'on'I board before Ule Úl\ of August, ítein^a'^tered-sliiis:'1;';- ,"í'; :-; .r';'''mJ ,.'"'':.'?.'??.?';: V,;i^*;ShértiaV excellent 'áccbmmbdatioht'tór'Passen|rers(. ?-Aíply to«:'--V^ .y'» "} ???"? ;U'í'--:; -'.'.li IM ^O-.iKlo ,;v; '¡.¡ !y.jl%T-:>'ù(\,i.,:y\^i. .-..;:>:<u REMP &¡CO. 1 StvantRiver.?./,.,j ; .,-,¡¡i:,h'j fE'ifine first-class Teak>buil|¡ Sliipj i_ipSAtt]^jUÓ0^1}on¿ bur^^ ;¡ri-;Blr:^WItnW1ÍPr».*^'JH|positively sail forMb'e'í'above! Settle-} ', jnçnt e/i. or befor^the 20lh of. Apgust, . fhié Vessel is; admi-j , rably adapted^or the conveyance of .Live -.Stock,.; being ¡six .' feet high betwee...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

Vessels expected from England« With Merclumtllsemut Passengers. I Richard & John, 199, WaU>«n. ¡j Calista, 3-21), Hawkins. Adams, -, Franckljn. Î Mary Ann. 48», Mntihews. Isabella,-, Bucket. I John Pedder,-. Tersa Mary/-, Hartley. 2 Eaniont, 3S0, Walmesïèy. Percy,250, Middleton. } Harvey, Ï80, ., Hunter,-. j Svrtuuy Packet, 145,-*.- '. liady of tli« Lake, -, Smith, } Willinni Cleveland, 187,-. lohn,-, Nickolis. } Warwick,-,-. Enterprise, >-, Watson. » Eliza, -, Leary. Johnson," --. I Friendship, White. 120 tons, _ Deveron, 361, John Wilson. 2 Faith, Williatt, 150 tons. Sauoy Juck, 160, Kent. J Elizabeth, M'Donatd, 300 tons. Peter Proctor, 5(50, Terry. i Ann, Hathaway, 280, tons. AdmiialCockbnru,350,Ht-nley \ Nimcy, 3SÎ, Worsley. ** With Prisoners. Sophia,-, Kllfry, male. < Lady K«*t,-, Wnl);er, female Victoria, 305, Smith, ditto. > 1'iin'cess Chnrlotte, Sherwood. Soveieig.i, 398 y Amène», SOI. ",, ,, ? , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

>si ¿Londoni; 2>îrect? THÇ ßhe Riveí-built ^Ship LADY; émmm- -#A%&^Ö.01>,'RÍO'H'Á<R!» '^IMÖN;- Commander.'^ .procee^mttí^ Poop, tód'^Jc^iíentWccóamodaüons'íror pa8serigeils.'!l,';'i'''' :'?' - i Wool înténàéd'to' bV Shipped bytli'is'-'Vessel/ wflf'be ;wàre UAútid frèe:df Exfcsnce^ ? ^ .'K /'"' '?',:<"* '"«" .<*' 'A'» ?-?' ¡.:Fof Freight for' Passage apply' tothç Commander'oa boara!¡' f,to¿ :.<AT*->Ï .»'?.?*!»« ",,:;? :?.'!! '^:>; -T .''-?' "!- ,,L;;: !!': lí¡ >7 JOHN-RERR; Atfént. . Macquarie-ítreetV14th'!AnKnst,-lS2D.!.'> ?'?'i': tail ¿:.;ÍI>I:" THEt-ftne first'class/IWlí-built.-Sljip' .r¡4bíyadapted1 íbf: theitfohveyancc 'oft Live; ÍStfi'olí/"béihg; 'si*: /¿etjíi'gtílj©twe*toï3>èfcks,)anti liàw'a'ueroffSoütues!íbre and' ¿¡(.-uPí-éight arid* Passage'by this' Kessel; mav 'be' hád' oti'tú'e most reasonable.' Tértn'si--tarly;: application ii'roquested' 'to te madelo^'í;:^ ..'-"' ';': -n,-'1'1'- ^f'-'!&a...

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COLONIA[?] TIMES HOBART TOWN: AUGUST 14, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

HOBART TOWN : AUGUST 14, 1829. Vet it betmprevird upon ymit minda, let it lie instilled mt« j oin L¿I\I<1Icn, that the Libert) ot ihi Press is the Ptlluilmui ol all join Civil, Political, and Ktluimis Right«. Juntus. In our last publication, wc inserted a very sen- sible letter from a Correspondent, upon the sub- ject of the Court of Requests, wherein he express- ed a hope, in which we most cordially join, tliat in the 'new construction of this useful and highly popular institution, some of the efforts which have hitherto impeded ils full measure of utility, may be borne in mind and remedied. ' To the tribute which he pays to the zeal and ability displayed by the functionaries of the Court, we willingly subscribe ; but this is not all that the Public think they are warranted in expecting. Of what use to a traveller who is ascending a steep hill, are the Utmost exertions of a powe rful and willing steed, if, strong as he may be, and equally well inclined to do his utmost, ...

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CATHOLIC QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

I CATHOLÍC QUESTION. The brig L|ón, which'arrived on Saturday ; lait, ¿Ottteys to the Colony the decision of <he . Catholic Question, which passeda second reading on Satqrday, the 4th of April, by an immense majority,' in the House of Lords. The Duke of WÉLLÍN'dTtí'N' having moved the second reading.thereof, on a division the nuinbers we're:'-.? - ' ' .< ;' '.y ;:;??:: ..<;'. -, ;. ,.??: Cotiteflts-.: .., X ?','-., :i.-!142; - ..?i ;.?;.; ?? proxies -.. .-,. ..-. . iv'tfft'; ; ' ?'.^?:. ',.;-,'.'«:,; j.;'- -.."; I'. ;:,-.? T-TÎ 212 y^. Non ^Contents '.'.;.: .74, ; Majority in .favour of the Bill /. 105 . The announcement.was received withloud cheering:,, Many of out* readers J¿w doubt fiore prepared."' for ? some favourable result in the' CátMolíc"Question. >' Fri>nt ;wliat' we" have recently inserted in the Colonial Times, -tliey might Lave-ex- pected a majoritv of about 40 in the House of Lords ; but no person, however saiiguiue, could haye a...

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Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

; ri -?» «y » . Xatest English News- ' ';". Wbhave'greàtpleasure in 'stating, thatHls^MÁJEstX en joyed perfect health in the beginning, of ^prií.^ ,We are the more happy to have it ia our power to .state, diis agreeable intelligence,,as acpntrary report'had'Tieén circulated in the Colony.' :. ' ? . .;'".?.'?';.,. '.'.".'.,; The Duke of CA.MBRÍDÓE had.parbhase'd Cboiwondeley^ ! hou&'u". Piccadilly, j Of the. Marquis, of Cholmondeley. The Duke of! CAMBRIDGE, GÓvernbr,,Genéral of Hanover, was expected to. leave that .country;: for the. purpose of visit- ing Loudon. ,:.';.. ."..? -.?? .'????.'? ' .?' ? The CHANCELr^R of the ExçHEiipER'jvas sufTeribg.únder! severe,.indisposition. ! ",.'.".' ,;-,,": >¿',''¡vA,!!' ?:.-,'!(. "S; ;"'ii'-.'. ' The Master, of the Rolls, Sir JOHN.LEACH; was also again suffering under'Sevcre.indisposition. '.-7"7; . ?-'-'? ' :". , ¡It was expected'that Sir JAMES SCARLETT would'be agaiu appointed, Attorney-General. ,¡;, ,, :, ?L '-J¡I5¡ ,, -..'... ?.-,...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

|¡ __ HOUSE OF COMMONS. I i Mr. LABOUCHERE,; the Member sent into the Honso of Commons by the Canadians, said, that the settlement of .the Catholic Question would add to the happiness of those Colo- nies, to which Irishmen and Englishmen alike ¿migrated. Sir JAMES MACINTOSH presented a, petition froin ber : tain Roman Catholic. Clergy in Ireland, complaining of the clauses affecting the monastic orders ; and' from the Society for the Protection of Religious Liberty in favour of the Billy ??-?., - - . V, .'.".' Mr.' A. BARING admitted that as to mere numbers, the majority of the people of England were against, the question, but the mind, and opinion of the country, lie believed to be the'otber way¿; '''' Sir THOMAS LETHBRIDGE presented a Petition from Bath, in favour of Concession to the Catholics. Mr. Brown- low'presented the Petition of the Irish nobility and gentry, who met at the Rotunda, in Dublin; they said that the Pénal laws produced nothing but real evil-the Pétition was sig...

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Swan River. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

Swan River. The cargo of the ship Oieliu, Captain HUDSON, which sailed on Sunday List, An Swan liner direct, with a full car- go of Colonial produce, I he particular of which aie given else whet e, is said to have cost Mr. J. T. Gc 1.1, ni It A N D £7,500 ; all of which, we uudeiMauri, was laid out in cash among the Inhabitants ; besides £2,000 paid for the freight of the ves^1 sel. There were 80,000 feet of sawed timber, of dilfeient dimensions, and nearly 30,000 shingles, put ou board, which were growing in the forest but four or five weeks previously to the sailing of the Orelia ; it was all cut at the Saw Mill at Cascade. Is this not a specimen of the exertions of English- men, even in a young distaut Colony, when encouragement leads the way ? The Orelia, under an easy sail, with a fair wind, which has continued iavoui able ever since, proceeded on her voyage on Sunday, in the presence oî a great number of .spectators, who all seemed highly giatilied on the pleading occasion. We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

w > « > Waste ï?aper. <. ' ASTE or Wrapping Paper to be ahvajS 'had'atthe Co Vital Times Offioe.at 9d. peril) ? ? iii,. . '_!_-,-1-S-i ' ' , Warrants to Sue* - BJLANK-PftLNTJiD Copies of. the above, to be always had at the Colonial Times Ofhce, at 7s. Cd. 'per ,100._. , , ,_' < Bank Check .Books.' , F O'ti Saleit the colonial Times Office, Bank Check» Books, neatly printed and bound, at4s.ptr 1Q0, either, in'smull or large books, suitable for Merchants st Priyate Individuals. '. -r-T---'-«7-~~ | < A tCCOU'NT Books, ruled with red and blue l\ï lines; of all sizes and patterns, made to order, at thp Colonial Times Office. ' ' ' * SHIPS' Articles of Agreeuieut, to be always hadat'the Colonial Times Oilice. ' ', , > " ' Caution. ' , ' ., » ' A'LL Persons rire hereby cautioned, notto tres /».''pass on, my'Farm, consisting of 500 Acte», and called'Redbank,'situated at Great Swan Port, bavin" it's'East line on the sea ; its North lioe on Meredith R...

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Captain Dillon. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

Captain Dillon. The following paragraph, shewing the value of Captain   DILLON'S services in the discovery of the remains of the ship wreck of the unfortunate Count de la Perouse and the estimation in which,they are held,by the French Monarch, copied from the Observer of the 3oth March last; will, we are persuaded, be read with much interest by our readers, espe- cially as many of them are personally acquainted with Captain     Dillon; who has so frequently visited our port:-         LA PEROUSE. - THE King of France has received from Captain Peter Dillon, the guns and other valuables recovered from the spot whwre La-Perouse was wrecked, and declared him entitled to the reward of 10,000 francs, and a pension of 4000 francs a year offered for the discovery, so long ago as, February 1791, and also conferred on him and M. Chaig-   neau, a Frenchman; by whom he was accompanied the dign...

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Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

.:.-».'; "v Proclamation. y ,. I Lieutenant Governor, a «wpy, of which said Warrga^ « »y follows,iiat'isjoW Lft . t w ¿'¡W Z\ XÄoyalSignManuay, ^ mmj , tiEÔRGE(R",| ' j TruJy and well beloved, we grtet,$Qtt well, - )¡ i< ' ticte -,r.-,.__.-,-,w. , inorfciettcCtu ii goveinnient tliueol', áiul>taV>ot)iar purposes ,_ laung the/etp," it u amongst other things epnçted, thai iishau" aml|jmay he tje¡ lawrul fnr (us, our hells and successors, by wairanis unrftr our or their sign manual, to constitute and an point in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land respective ly, a Council, to consist of such persons; resident in the said   Colonies respectively, not exceeding fifteen or less than ten as we, our heirs and successors, shall be pleased to nominate And ii is thereby further enacted, that the Governor for the time being of the said Colonies respectively, shuall in person preside at all the meetings, of the said respective Legislative Council, except when preve...

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THE HERMIT IN Van [?]iemen's Land. [No. 11.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

THE HERMIT           IN Van Diemen's Land. [No. 13.]                                                                                       y,CTheie is pot in the wo>ld H theater errpr t|iou tjuil which fools aie so apt t<» tall into, anil knave» willi t,ond leasim to Cneoifru'c, the monking a sam 1st !»>r a lïbillerywhereas m a Hue sum ist mtlhliiKiS so ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 14 August 1829

SHIP NEWS   AUG. 7. - Arrived the brig Lion, Captain M'Leod, from Loudon the Stxl April, with a general cargo of merchandize ; v all to be landed at this port. Particular» in our next.-Pas r «enders for Van Diemen'« Land, Miss Debney, Miss Robertson, Mrs. M'Leod, Mr. D. Robertson, Mr. J. Robertson, Mi. J. Lorri, Mr. B. t*>rd, Mr. Samuel, Mr. Brown, Mr. Steiglitz, Mr. * -Prancis Steiglitz, Mr. Frederick Steiglitz, Mr. lohn Slack lund, Mr. Joseph Sttiakland, Mr. Pill, Mr. Green, Mr, Jackson. , and Mr. Hillier ¡ for Sydney. Mrs. Kirk", and 3 children. Í Aoo. 13.-Arrived, the Denmark IIUl, 'Captain Foreman; from the Isle of France dlreet, .which she left the 2»th June, with sugar, wine, and tobacco.-Passenoers,) Mr«. Foreman, Mr«. Feilton mid child, Lieut. Burnett, G. Rand, Eb'q.'Lie'iit. Betts, Mr. Holland, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Rosia. and Thomas "Carey. , ?'Atio.' 9.-Sailed the barque Orelia, "Captain Hudson, for   ' , Swan River.-Cargo, 7088 pieces sawed timber...

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[?] a [?]ife should be like. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

râhat « OTif? 0ft quio ¿è WttrJ* «\ A wife, domestic, good, and pure, , i , ¿ike snail should keep within her door,, But not like snail, m sjher trait, ,. * 1 Place all her wealth upon her back. ,"< i J t~ J I t I ' »I * * y1 Í j A wife should be like echo true- Itl< t ,r \, 5 Not(speak? ubut when she's rsj)oktn to , i , ,'nfí i j But not like echo stijj be, heal d y ,)j <, ,t 1M «^f Contending/or the final won},r ^ ^ji ¡, ul ^ ,, Like a town clock a wile should bai"1 * ' in « xra X'' Keep time and re^iilarityi^ ' .«of 1 n- Se ,1< * But not like clock harangue so clear, jo «« ? nm }ui Ih&t »H the to« n her voice raay~hear,c > t li » a j) !*Ydmigman, if these allusion«? strike' ' ' '^ *.'* * 1 She whom as bride you'd wish fo hail, '? ". !.i w Must just be like-md'jnsïnWike ,Jjt «- ' ' * »* " uo Three things-y e'eéjfW,' 'clock-, and snaií/ ' «'*J ^

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The Black natives. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

The. Black natives. OnSatuarday last, a , tribe of^BLack Natives^visited the j Tea-tree Brush,, a circumstance íatber.remai kable, inasmuch . as our readers ui e.aware, it is rather a populous district. Tlieir j approach having lieen discovered by,M»£. Smith, who fieri,» leaving only au infant child, we believe belonging to her. daughter, Mrs. Robeils, in a oiadle, ¡ They plundered the house of such articles as they could consume, and carried off thp babel! Upon Mrs. Simth.alaiimugilicr,neighbour*, and. retuining to the house, she found,the infant gone, The feel- ings of the parents ure, of comte, nioie easily imagined than described!! A_,puit>uit. was instantly commenced , when, witlim about one mile from the house, the little child was; found (lying on the grass, and, what is very remarkable, a quantity, of sugar placed nearjts mouth. We may easily con- jecture, how overjoyed ,the paients of the child Wjere. <. This I humanity on the patt of the bltu'k, natiyes, at o...

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THE HERMIT IN Van Diemen's Land.[No. 12.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

HtfiMui.1 «M lu Ji.-i"icc '"«i -. (* - ttif nnWEgti',-, ffiiemm'» îunli. [No. 12,] H^rVeWú'nét in the world a greater error thaii that wWeh fuött erWnpt to tall tuto, «md knama with good,'reason, to, «.Merise, the mUwkingVsatfrist for» libeller ;wr.er««s to, . true ¿atSrist .nothing is so Odious as a libeller ; tor the same treason at lo aman truly virtuous, nothing is so hawtul u» a hypocrite'."-Pdrs. " , 'r'havV received the following Lette*/ To Mr. SIMON STÜ¿BLEV :-Sif, Yours without date, came duly to hand on the lsfin'sisht, and' note toe Contents. Beg leave to acquaint you io reply that you have taken a very great liberty with me, add which I can by Bo meansf think of allowing. ' Have also observed some very improper freedoms with some of my friends, to which I have called their attention. 'Beg leave 'further to acquaint yon' that if this practice is continued, I shall write about it to the Home Government; it being'of no use to complain to this. 'I am, Sir, yonr most obedient...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

Vessels expected from England With Merchandize and Passengers. I Richard & John, 109, Watson. > Eliza,-, Leary. Adams,-, Francklin. J Friendship, White, 120 tons. tribella,-, Bucket. î Faith, Williatt, 130 tons Ici'K Mai \, --, Hartley. I Elizabeth, MfDptiald, 300 tons. Pit c\, 250, Middleton. J Ann, Hathnwa>, 280 tons. Hiimei,- ? Nancy, 400,' Worsley. Lady ot tlie Lake, -, Smith. $ Boddington, 400, Willie. knietpiise,-, Watson. \ Wanstead, 300, Lang Johnson, -. i Earliest, 200, Walniesley. Deieion, 201, John Wilson, i Lotus, 600, Summerson Sauo> Jack, lb», Kent. Ï Protector, 380, lliomas. Peter l'rnotoi, SOO, Terry J Anglesea, 400, Stewaid. 7i(lmnulCockl)Uin,350,Henley < Atwick, SOO, Jeffrej. O ilista, 320, Hawkins. \ Caroline, 400, Fewson. M uy Ann, 480, Matthews. J American, 399, Donald. J )lm Peddei,-. J York, 475, - Harvej, 230,-. i Jolin, 461, Moncrieff. SsdiiLy Packet, 145,-?. > Iranmcie, 288, Small, jun. A\ illmm Cloelund, 187,-. i Cape Packet,...

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ENGLISH NEWS, (The latest received in the Colony.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

_ ENGLISH NEWS, (The latest rtceived in the Colony.) The Windsor Express of th« lltb April, says- " Hi? MAJESTY", we are happy to say, continuel in_£xeellf ht health, and will go to town on the 27th instsof. On the 12th of April, His Majesty drove out in his Pony Pbteton, and en- tertained the Duke of CUMBERLAND, Prince EBTRRHAZY, the Earl of ABERDEEN, Mr. GORDON, and others at dinner. The Londbtr Timka of l*Jth April (which we( believe to be the latest paper in the Colony) says, that Assoeiatioos have been formed, or are now forming in ali tbe principal cities and towns throughout Great Britain (London included) for the sole purpose of resisting the continuance of the monopoly exercised by the Company Over the trade to India and China. The Times continues the age of monopoly both for factions and corporations is ended. That of the India Company can- not stand against the conviction and feeling of the instructed classés of the British nation. Deputations from 270 towns Were to wait ...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

To Subscribers. The Colonial Tmct of the 20th of JuneJaspco.Wir'ied the Half ye ir, ending June lo In le conimeilcliïg obi Journal with the new >eu, we uolilkd to our SubsCribttSt, that ** were necessitated til cull uponUhem for Quat let ly¡ jpiymenU in future to enable us to cany on our Establishment, winch requires a weekh outlay of moue j. We do therefore trust, that such of our Subscribers as have not complied with oar request, will fa\ onr ns with pij ment at least at the cJpseO» the Halt j ear, w hich is its extended a credit ia the nature gi our business will allow us 1,0 g(\e. . . i "r ,. We take this opportunity of reminding our Country «»d oilier distant Subscribers who arc m larrear, and Who haye not embraced the opportunity of discliaiging their accoun,°< by «ending us Colonial Piaduce in i-ajjnent, that ujilcss they do so within one mont", we shall be iinn«.oidaj>fy obligee *' discontinue their Papfeis SeVeral of oiiV Ituiiiceatori S,,b,scl['' bers have...

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Catholic Relief Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

Catholic Relief Billa We this week give a few additional- extracts from the a^t interesting speeohes in the House of Lords, on the Catholic Question. Oar readers will observe all the charge» «nit,, the religion of the Catholics, ny which the advocates of ex. elusion and monopoly endeavoured to continue and uphold thei r system, were;aply and conclusively refuted. Some^f ¡¡those whose dirtyit was to_preach "Peace and gpod.iril| ^moDgjtjiçflL," im, noLcÇonaidwfi|^njust wunob^stlaa^'t,, S'lS^a^Ä<S',tet£S#Si ?»4î8pS ilmffl%B,P#'the||oWens and wel& ífne Stl^olSiÄiy of its benefits ; but they were repJiedMla a yiasterlv aniL convincing. style_bv some of tlieir own R. verend-Brethrenr- --'--"".?".-.?--*-.-~- -~-~--.r-^-i^3^.. Doctor LLOYD, Bishop of Oxfyrd^exposed^the masni used by the Bronswiokers, to obtain,Çèt[Jiom)t Jg|uhs^ j(,9 Roman-Catholio-Relief.Bill.. JHe stated, that-placanhv.»«, 'postfedmp/JandipBnted Jesters pirçfllàied, setting forth that W . .He didcotbeli...

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