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POETRY THE COQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

POETRY. ,.?-.. ; ? *HE .COQDETTB.;,-.:- . ?* Wht- Pigbtj complain r ,; ; Of this damsel's disdain, ' ? i Why* thus in despair do you fret?1* . '? For months you may try, Jy Yet believe me, a sigh ' ^ . ? Will never obtain a coquette. ? *? Would yon teach her to love? For a time seem to rove ; At first she may frown in a pet;- . But leave her awhile, She shortly will smile, ... And then you may kiss your coquette. . For such are the airs Of these fanciful fairs, They thing all our homage a dobt ; Yet a partial neglect Soon takes an effect, _ ' And humbles the proudest coquette. For such are the airs Of these fanciful fairs, They think all our homage a debt; Yet a partial neglect Soon takes an effect, And humblest the proudest coquette. Dissemble your pain, . And lengthen your chain, And seem her hauteur to regret ; If again you shall sigh, She no more will deny That your's is the rosy coquette. If still, from false pride, Your pangs she deride, This whimsical virgin forget; Some othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

AT A MEETING OF THE /DIRECTORS : ?!?;.;-?' OF THE ! ?'} '.'i ' ,...;.';'? HobartTown and^annceBtbn XX&rine 1 : XnBurance' Company, ;;^ ;'-, Held on Monday, the 20th instant. James P. Poyhteb in the Chair. -? ? Present, Askin Morrison, John Walker, George Hunt, Wil liam Bickmyre, John Robertson, Esquires. FIRST. — It was resolved that the bonus of 10s., which was proposed and. carried at the General Annual Meeting, in addition to the divi dend of £2 declared by the Directors j should be confirmed, ? . _? SECOND.-r-That the {Shareholders should each receive a printed circular to the .effect that, the opinion of Counsel had been taken. on the right under the deed; to add on £15 from the accruing profits, to the £5 originally paid up on each; share, aril] carried at 'the late meeting, and that-Such a proceeding^had been held to be illegal, THOMAS MAC DOWELL, Manager. HobartTown, September 21st, 1641. Kobart Town and Ziaunceston Marine . Insurance Company - NOTICE is hereby given...

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Ship Mails [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

.- ZtovMail* ';Vh,,.; To CALCUTTA,by^»rfromerfa, on the 4th:October. To ADELAIDE; by Challenger, on (he 5th. '' ' To PORT PHILLIP.via'deorge Towni'ioh'Wcabes. day, at ten o'clock, ?? . ? ? , ? ? -': ': ['? : ? ' ? x ? To LONDON, by St. George, on 23rd October. :'? To LONDO.N, by Mayflower, via Hobairit Town, on 7th October; ' ' St. John E. Bbowne, Postmaster

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTON COURIER [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

TO. THE EDITOR OF THE LAUNCESTOnl COURIER. ??'.-.?--.--i^l Sib,— . -:- ???' '':-.'-''? -| Can you inform me if a person who hul left this country greatly in debt, can legally empower i| friend or agent to receive the amount of debt9 due tog him, for the purpose of sending the cash over to Port! Phillip, where he now resides; or can his debtors le. I gaily refuse to pay the same to any excepting the per son to whom it is due? Your reply will greatly oblige,] .. .Your obedient Servant, ' ' ' '.'. ' ''Sipifc [We.are of opinion {that any person duly authorise! by power, of attorney can give a receipt for theamounlj due, unless' the runaway debtor has been- declared in-i solvent, or is by legal process an outlaw.— Ej-..L C]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

| ' FOR ijOKSOK. ! ^jp THE welKkmswn first 'class brig H A- .^^^ MILTON, 200 rtona, Captaih Brad flKraK BUiiT.is now takiiigiin her dead weight SrarJBlat Hie fishcH^, Bnd will return here to Hup about the 1st October.. ' ; ^ - For freght of wool only, or passage, apply to ! CONNOLLY -& Co., .....(... HENTY& Co. . Launceston, Sept, 184 L .:?..-,?? FOKXiOWDON. -r»'' THE fine A 1, brig ST.GEOHGE, Jgraa., 158 tons, register, James Wilson, m gpsjft: commanded basing nearly all her dead PP«%a\Yeight on board, has room for a few MSaSlMbaies of wool only. For freight o lich, pripasgage, earl^' applica.t}6ij $ necessary her to the Captain on bpardiidV,': .'. ,-. !- :- - HEKTY&COy '? ' 0B, TO, . CONNOLLY. & CO. Sept. 21. ; .-.???? ' . FOR B ATA VIA. jrgZg THE Fine Ship ARABIAN 2232^. Captain Gardiner, willsaUibr the above XTgffisport, on or about the 10th of October SSBmSmbext '' ?. ? ' , - For Freight or Passage, apply to Captain Gardiner board, or to ... .? '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

I ^iTennBof Subscription. \ The' Launceston C'ounVwill be published every Monday Morning, and forwarded by thatday'sf Verms for Advertisements. * L^S**- -W-t. A-fJ7~Z-*;To.,n~c^»r-»,nvi.f Post to aU ParUj of --lle country. It will contain a summary of all the important Notices in the 1 '——. h^0^^tM^Cn^Un^-Gfa^eo{ibe preceding Saturday.-Advertisemente cannot be inserted unless forwarded early inibd „ S-» 3i^4S2« M%$toj£Z Itoaibetsiotl' Launceston. AdTertiser, this Jaurnali afternoon of Saturday ; and all advertisements which do not specify, on the face of them,' the number J w^ertedw^^^^^rTAiyertisar^Z ff,firaepe*ent,bapn)tB-ited0ratit- J of times they are to, be inserted, will be continued until countermanded, and charged accprdingly, ^/-ffi-u«iv 2%»rjrfiqr. ???:

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DOING BUSINESS IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

I DOING BUSINESS IN. SCOTLAND. | It must be owned that .there is too much truth iii this | satirical sketch,' as. far as particular rural districts of I Scdtland are -ioricernea.; It has already appeared in dif I ferent publications :— ' It is not as in England, where, when an article is offered for sale, it is immediately purchased, or at once rejected «s being too dear; but here there is a long haggling and cheapening of every article successively offered. The relation of my transactions with a man, will serve to shpw the. general mode of doing business. He bids me call agiiii, which I'so several times With out doingiany thing.' Me wishes to be the tdsjt I, dp, with, but bUcannot be hit, and a' have wished to be so ? » After a few days Iget Jiira to proceed to business; he objects to the price of the; article I offeree will not buy ? I try to induce him.but.do nptuflcrljo make any reduction. 'Saya he. 'You are o wire, dear' sir; lean; buy 'the same glides' ten percent, lower; if y...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

consideration on Friday, the 5th instant, will then, be debated, and if Ministers^ persfsjt'iti tbelfreconiniendationof a fixed duty of ,8s;. per quarter, they- will have- a large majority against qietn, when they will dissolve Parliament and o'nnpnl in the'DESonle.' ' ' ... .'.'-i: : Captain Tweedie, of. the Gilbert Henderson, states that just before leaving- Plymouth, news' arrived that Ministers had been beaten by a majority of' 'ONE ini Sir Robert Peel's mo tion; and that a retirement from office, or a tj^luiion of Parliament was confidently ex I pecteiL The above protracted! debate had occa sioned ? the postponement of- the Corn Law question. ' ' ' '' '. j'.-; '??? I In the Commons, Mr. Scholefield gave no - i lice of a motion respecting the extreme 'distress I which existed in the manufacturing ' 'dj&jicuV ; and implored the House not .to separate until' some measure for its. alleviation had been de vised ? ; ? . .. v;,.- . ? '; '.'?'? .-V Great preparations were being...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

BIRTH—On the 24th ultimo, at Hobart Town,     Mrs. S. T. Hardinge, of a Son.   —On the 27th ultimo, at Hobart Town, Mrs.   George A. Makeig of a Daughter. MARRIED—At St. George's Church on the 23rd ulti-   mo by the Rev. Henry Fry, Mr. Henry Poole, son of Mr. Henry, Lyle Poole of the county of Somerset, to Henrietta Maria Langford, third daughter of the   late Robert Langford, Esq., of the county Limerick. DIED—At Brighton, on the 20th ultimo, Mr. Tho- mas Stevenson of the Richmond Hotel, Richmond. —On Monday the 20th ultimo after a short illness,   aged about 30 years, Mr. Grant Levett Yeats son   of John Levett Yeats, Esq. of Tunbridge Wells in the county of Kent in England.   —On the 26th September, Mr. Frederick Lee.

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS, Oct. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

SUPREME COURT. Criminal Sittings, Oct. 2. ? , Before his Honor Sir John Lewis Pedder, Chief Justice, and the following jury: — James Whitehead, J. A. Youl, J. M- Allan, A. An derson, J. Atkinson, 3. Adams, J. Archer. J. Aughic, George Atkinson, William Appleby, J. Barrett, Wil liam Brean. Mr. Stephen acted for the Attorney-General, and conducted the cases on the part of the l-pwn. : ? His Honor enquired' whether the recognisances in Turner's case, who was out on bail, were in Court when Mr. Thurner (of. the .Policel .Office) stated they had been forwarded to the Attorney-General, as was the usual practice. - ? ... His Honor said such practice. was both improper and illegal j the recognizances should be. produced in Court ;by the' Magistrate, the Attorney-General had nothing to do with them. ' '?; ; ' ?' ''' ; ' ' James Broomfield and. Josiah Hodgkins were indicted on the capital charge of bushranging, having on the 16th April last, violently entered the house of Mr. Henry Atkins Bon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 4 October 1841

PROSPECTUS ^ OF A ??? ..... -?_ ;, ;: ;.: ??? launceston v7:;;-',i/; Tire and niarlne Insurance Company, :!Capital£100,000 in 5000 shahes of £20 each. . ii P.rovisional.CommiUee: — ??}.'.'. MESSRS. A. ANDERSON - MESSRS. J. GRIFFITHS . J. AlKfiNHEAD ?? J.HAMILTON M. BATES ? ? ? (Campbell Town) W. S, BUTTON . H. JENNINGS* . ' T. CORBETT K.J,KING,. J. CAMERON ' J. KNIGHT J. H. CAMPBELX' P. OAKDEN ., R. DE-LITTLE J. PERKINS JAMES DOWN ? ? ? C. EEID. Longford .: L. W. .GILLES ... .. W. WILLIAMSON J. W. .GLEADOW . ? i. -.'.:? . MR. J. AIKENHE AD, Secretary, pro tern. ?? : nnHE' principles on which Insurance Companies * '/iar^esiablfslied have been tested by lengthenea' experience ; the public benefits they secure admit of no question, and hardly require! to be stated ;. ibey distribiiie the pressure of individual loss through fire,or the casualties oflhe Sea, so that it ceases to lie felt; they augment the confidence of the Merchant by dimin'ishiiig the risk of trade,' and therefjj'rp.'.t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

At a Meeting of the Provisional Committee formed to organize an INSURANCE COMPANY, HELD ON FRIDAY 8th OCTOBER, 1841. It was Resolved, — 1.— That past experience proves, that it is most desirable to form a Fire and Marine Insurance Establishment in Launceston, where the terms of Insurance could be at once arranged, and policies completed. 2*— That lower premiums would be calculated to extend the practice of Insurance, and thus be beneficial, not only to the public at large, but to the Shareholders of a Company established on liberal principles. 3.— Thai, adopting these views, this Committee re commend the immediate formation of a Company, to be entitled ' The Cornwall Fire and Marine Insurance Company,' having a Capital of £100,000 in 5000 Shares of £20 Shares each. 4. — That not more than 50 shares be allotted to one applicant before the 1st December, 1841 ; it being advisable that the Shares should be as widely dis tributed as possible. 5.— That a list be immediately opened for sub...

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SINGAPORE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

SINGAPORE NEWS. (From the Singapore Free Press, August \2thJ m Herat.— The intelligence which has just been received ?from Persia has a direct and important bearing on our ?policy as .it regards Central Asia. It appears that we ?pave been as completely foiled by the duplicity of the ?Persian Cabinet in the West, as we were some months [back by the duplicity of the Emperor of China in the {East inconsequence of the remonstrances of Eng lland the king of Persia resolved to restore Ghorian Ito Shah Kamran chief of Herat with the view of re Imbving the main obstacle to the renewal of amicable [relations with us. Dr. Racb an (attache of the Em fbassy was deputed to witness the restoration of the fort tress and it would appear that the Persian troops bad been factually removed and that Ghorian bad been surrendered Ito the Heratee authorities. - I But, in the mean time, a son or brother of Sbab [Kamran arrived at the Persian capital with letters rfrom our. faithful ally saying that 'he had...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Estate of Walter CHas Cheine. The Creditors* Case condensed. IN November, 1840, Mr. Cheine made over aU his Effects to Trustees for the benefit of his Creditors generally, to be paid without priority or pre ference, and a dividend was to be declared whenever the cash in hand amounted to Ss. in the pound. - The Trustees appointed by Mr. Cheine were John Sunn, Esquire, Manager of the Commercial Bank, Thomas Hewitt, Esquire, Merchant, Hobarton. £ s. d. By order of the above, a Sale of effects was held on the 16th December, 1640, it pro duced in Cash, ........ 196 42 In Bills three months ....... 1,229 8 10 In Bills six months ........ 4,504 15 6 £5,930 6 6 £ s. d. On 28th December, a sale of wool made by M. Connolly, four and six months Bills - 610 1 4 Crops sold by ditto for Bill due 30th April - - . - 578 10 0 Ditto, 13th July ..... 714 10 0 Ditto, 30th July ? 578 10 0 ? 2,481 11 4 8,411 19 10 On 20th March, Sale of Horses, &c, due 23rd June ......... 174 13 4 Total amount of...

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Cattle. 1st Class Bulls. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Cattle. I 1st Class Bulls. Class 1st.— No. 2, best—the silver cup value lie *. I Mr. David Gibson; No. 1, belonging to Air. M I Maclanachan, possessing great merit. ''V I 4$ 2nd Class Bulls. I Class 2nd.— No. I, best— the silver cup value (V i. 1 Mr. William Learmonth. ?* - -I 1st Class Cows. j Class 3rd.— No. 3, best— the silver cup value M .» 1 Mr. John Gatenby. F '''eiH.jto.1 2nd Class Cows. . j Class 4th — No. 3, best— the silver cup value « hi Mr. John Gatenby. ' j Bulls, under two years old. j Class 5th — No. 2, best— the silver cup valueSl t/- 1 Mr. Andrew Mitchell. . H j1'' Heifers, under two years old. ??'. | Class 6th.— No 1. best— the silver cup value 4£ to I Mr. James Maclanachan. I Oxen. I Class 7th — No. 4, best— the silver cup value 51 to 1 Mr. David Gibson; No. 8, also belonging to Mr. Gib. 1 son, possesses great merit. 1

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Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Seeds. £2 to Mr. Thomas Diprose, Jun., for samples di Heligoland, and Black Beans, and a sample of Flul Seed. :..-'?? ] Quantity of Slock entered for competition. '] Horses 45 ; Cattle 47 ; Sheep 260, in lots of 6. 1

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Sheep. Rams [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Sheep. I Rams : Class 1st.— No. 9, best— the silver cup value &., to Mr. Samuel Horton. Ewes. Class 2nd — No. 8, best— the silver cup value 51, to Mr. Samuel Horton. Ram Hoggets. Class 3rd. — No. 1, best— the silver cup value 4i, to Mr. Maclannachan. Etoe Hoggets. Class 4th — No 5, best— the silver cup, value £3, to Mr. William Kermode. Ram, for weight and symmetry. J Class 5th ? No. 2, best— the silver cup value 4?,, to I Mr. George C. Clark. Wethers. ? Class 6th — Only one lot shown, and pronounced not worthy of merit. Ewes for symmetry, Sfc. I Class 7th — No. 1, best— the silver cup value 31., tol Mr. William Kermode. j His Excellency Sir John Franklin's cup value 101,1 to Mr. Samuel Horton. I

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implements. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Implements. f £5 to Mr. Robert Hunter, fora Horse Bake. I

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Swine Boars. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

Swinei Boars. ? Class 1st.— No. 1, best— the silver medal value 2/. l«| Mfl Edward Willis. Sows. j Class 2nd — No. 1. best— the silver medal value 2Z.,tt| Mr. James Maclanachan. j

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Courier — 11 October 1841

I SUPREME COURT—CIVIL, SITTINGS. ^m Wednesday, Oct. 6. ^B Before His Honor Sir John Lewis Feddcr and four ^?Vssessore. ^m Downv. Cozens. ^?Tliis was an action brought for recovering the amount of ^K bill of exchange, interest, and expenses. Defendant ^Kai allowed judgment to go by default, and the jury as Hresst^be damages at £197 12s. 2d. I ' Longlmrst v. Hudson. m This was likewise an undefended action, brought to Recover damages for false imprisonment. I Mr Macdowell, who appeared for the plaintiff, briefly stated the case to the jury. The declaration al. Beged that on the 9th July last the defendant violently, Knd with great force, compelled Mr. Longhurst to go Eut of his dwelling house to the police office, where he Evas imprisoned for the space of about five hours with K-ut any reasonable or lawful excuse ; the damages were ?aid at £500. The defendant had allowed judgment to En by default, thereby admitting the wrong sustained, End the injury inflicted. I The facts of the case...

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