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A Boat Race. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

(i v.il : W^IOTI ''JUïlAii+'TLiii»^ ' "'". " /^'~' 'I ,r; Ai boat race ¿0pk4jla.ee a,/ew day's ago,, across our, river /ron» the, J etty, to Kangaroo Point-r-8 distances back and for ,wards, qf about four, miles, ,whioh -was perfouued in,¡forty minutes ; the boats were manned each by two .native yaullia? ,bets,'five poüuds euch.'» The winner was mannedt'by.Moi lisbey and Gai th, and the other by M'Leod and Nioholls« Wa must do,the justice tp^ay.j that the winner appeared by much the., lighter, t nnd^best trimmed ,«(1 the two- Captain. Harper, .of;the Ephemina1, and twoWlbis-sailots, rowed along-side, in Iris-beautiful London <Prize}5Vherry, and easily^kept a-headof .theWinner, but she hUUght,Iwell-constrqcteÜiboat, built ^sliarp.js.a'iuzor, from<}Wbileball-staïrfe,»Wustrairister. >¡ . . !» .V,L-«M

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Truie Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

,;},:;l1 "..j ^i^^^m^rir:^, * »;'' Emptyyt^tand gr^en^thaticpj^eartossgalilgh itsWybioivt, jSee Urjpe, and full and golden, bend in'meek si,hinjs¡,¡ou now Such is boy hood in ijs'loij^^^jgljpw^rnpud, aqd insqlent.;-? Suclf is inauhqofl ini,ts wisdp^^iuodes}., and inQnlinnes's.bpnt." ,lv ,' I '-,Ji ' .?' « ? «"?* ' *ltc* i ÍJ3'! » ",( i, >.rt . « «To ibe Qditotof tia ColqniaLTanes, > K>J? ". > *" iMr. EDiTO*;*-^Of hll'sorls of Wits", pbnsfe aré'alnajscbrí 'Sideredt'ihe,lowest order; and of-airphnateis'those-who'twiat and turn1 names -io make'»st)rne<'shelvV of wit,*'nr4 the most des- picable ; bnt,,'perhaps,'<of oil miserable production!* of these most miserable* drivellers., a'letter signed, .*' ZènoV'^n last week's Tasmanian, is the chief example. The water exhibits some pretty shè'w bf learnitíg,! be^innin«; With Terenbe,tyma king.'a halt 'Aitri Ciceros' arid ending with ah pexlrft'¿t from Avistfl/phanes'; but.i hav'ir>£ done^this.'-he lias' H...

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Mr. Cobbett and his Indian Corn. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

I t Mr- Cùbb^tf^^mr^^m Corn J i Various articles have reoentïV appeared in the London Papers, rea^aotm^^ChBn^il^a^^^aperJ^ßßeffroin the stalks of indian Corn! growajjy himself,' in his garden at ,'Kensington,, The, paper is made,, by,M^J#ypH,RovYLA1ND, at-Guildford, in Surrey. /-The paper js brown,,or.fatqec of au ¡ j oliVe colour. < It'is good tough'paper,' nnd^apparebtlyy better '. ¡adapted" for^h^pürpóse of 1'grocer¿,, &è.J{'thS»itfe^cVmrribtf* brown paper now in use ' ft is 'very like that on which ¿bey;,, print their newspapers m tha-East-Ihdies, and is as easy to write upon as white paper. .- It /s singular) that,in the United States, they .should never lfave'tiijed^thig experiment ofMr., Rowland, the paper, inanufác^urerpol'making paper from Indian corn. , This, information must be j'cp^'ideVed highly \ important to our Australian brelhien, who ,/¡an,'grow ¡indian corn(to^ucli a/lvantyge, ¡lnasinucli^as,^ will rbe seen that they , possess within thoniselves...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

SHIP ÉÊL NEWS. Auu. 19-Sailed for London, the barque Pyramul, Captain Junes blder, with the following cargo shipped at Ssdncy - 41 bales wool, 145 piece; bli\f gum, 1300 treenails, 1BG bales ii ix, 21 casks seal skins,27 cwt mimosa bark, 15 tons pie non, 2ÖS pieces cedar, and 27 casks Hides -Shipped at Hobart Town, 270 bales wool, 3"> casks whale oil, 10 bundles, whale--, lion«, ,1 cask, seal skins, I box cuuosities, 2 boxes seecisi''l par- cel bust skins, 1 Case kangutoo skinsj aito'"«uWty small pack- ages -iPairtenger», Pi.Kay.lR, N-yLieutiVactiell, Mrs. Jack so», aIdyllen iroít*: > r« ¿4.'',, && ., , ¿Ai>&.fiH>.-IheVship Orelia, Cäpfam Hudson, which sailed for Swan River on the u£h instant, returned" to :port, J to discharge pnitot her care«, owing to contiaiy winds. Cleared the ship Georgiana, Captain Thompson, for Bombay, with a detachment of the 40th Regiment, consisting of Captain Butler; Lieut Sandford, wife, and family ; Lieut. Slade, En ...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: AUGUST 21, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

nmmmmÊmmmmmgmSSSSSSSSS^ t HOBART TOWN :, . ,- A . , t , AUG'uSTi^li I829:t. ; í '' I it 'IP i iipiL>«<«.ri upon yonnninds, let it lie iii'tilleil ml» \ oin ' I'tihliiif tint the ljim.it«, nt tin» Press is the'Pill id lu in oi all join Civil Politic li, luid Retinóos Rights Jimms.* , x ",- - r ,{. ti ,, Weowait »utfiisorae cunosity, boidering a little péihaps upon impatience, the meeting of the Legislative Council - -It would*perhaps have bein impossible to ibave made any se- lection which might have been altogether agreeable to all; classes of the Colonials j'and, as neither the men or their measures ha\e yetbeen tned, we think it scarcely fair to clunie in with some.of the silly objections we hear made to ii Hain of our new Members, until we hare had a better proof than mere opinion, as to how far such strictures au« merited ?Report says, aqu* we believe upon tolerable authouty. (hat the list was formed by the home Government, altogetbei uainfiii «need bv the Lieutena...

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The Derwent Whalers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

The Derwent Whalers We briefly noticed ¡n our last the great success of our .Na- tive Youths on the whale fisher. They have already taken 101 fish, and we understand that they expect to take 50 more before the season ends. Some of those fish produce twelve tons of oil-others not more than five or six ; but they will most probably average about eight tons; which would make 1,200 tons of oil.- This by the last Price Current, would average in the London market about £33, per ton, if boiled with care and not discoloured and free from foots, amount- ing to the enormous sum of £39,600-nearly £40,000-in wealth drawn from the ocean, by three or four small, craft built by our industrious Native Youths, without any assist- ance, bounties, or other encouragement ! ! ! besides the value of, the whalebone, at £170 per ton would amount to £6,000, reckoning a quarter of a ton to each fish. We hear that Messrs. YOUNG and WALFORD purpose sending above 300 tons to London themselves, by the first vess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

English Entire Blood' Horses. THE Service? of the under-named BfORSES may be obtained during the Season, at the Vim Di«. men's Land Establishment, Lake River - , . *i BUFFALO-Ten Guineas. , , ' ' WATERLOO.-Eight Guineas. " j, , ' * "! BOLIVAR-Six Guineas., ,,, , ' ' TASMAN.-(Engaged.) , , , } AMSTERDAM and ROTTERDAM-(o\ the Flemish Cart Breed)-Five Guineas. aS\ , But with each Mare must be sent a. Bill of the following form .-Accepted, (by the owner, upon whom Í,1 am the Drawer), and made payable at one of the Batiks I ,. If not removed elsewhere, of which a fortnights notice will be given in the Papers. Accepted f Nine Months after date, pay to my Payable at < order the Sum of Poundr the Bnnk( Slullings, value rescued. To < of ( A discount of 5 percent., will be allowed for Ready Money . and, persons, desirous of paying in Produce, may do so, by delivering soilicient of the same to, and to ihe satisfaction "of, the Company's Agent in Hobart Town or Launceston,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

.iGÊLh POWTlVELYítheJíttrtjVeiad, Alter taScBr tbë Atf$!» -The ship PRINCE REGENT* Lieutenant EHARBS MAttARD, R. W, 'Commander; tiavingi left this Port for SV'dntfy; on the JLOtb instant, add having* verylsmall oroportJon of her Caigo to discharge tberef > has eontracUd to return tollobart Town,(by the 1st of Ootober, to take ia 23& Imperial Toas«f Oil,'aud40& Bales of Wool/ together, with ibout 40 TOBWother Freight. 'As theseigoods will be all r«sdy for Shipment imraeujately'on the awival of the 8hip, bcrsUV in Intt'jmt, will not exceed 85 daysí ' The PRI*C* AÊOENT is fitted» up > io (superior styles foi» ^sengeM1,' and «arrie» (ii experienced Surgeon. For'Freight r «A«*, -jrtr* ^ , («rp aBd c*, A^¡¿ HobairTown, Aug. 81*1, 1829. - j N.B.-Wool, and other gonds, intended for the PltliiCB^ RLGENT, Warehonsed free of Ejapence._-1 For London Direct. THE fine River-búilt Ship LADY __-,."_ HAREWOOD, RtCHARtfliiMON, Commander, TbU Ship having the greater part of4er Ca...

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The Orelia's Return. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 21 August 1829

                              The Orelia's Return.     A very violent hurricane took place, here on Friday night last. It came on suddenly, but fortunately it did not last long. Some of the vessels in the harbour dragged from their   moorings, but no damage was sustained. Captain FOREMAN, of the Denmark Hill, which arrived on Friday from the Isle of France (as announced in our last), communicated to the Lieutenant Governor, that the contrary winds which he had ex- perienced at sea must have driven back to the heads the ship Orelia, Captain HUDSON, which had sailed for Swan River on the Sunday preceding. Immediately upon receiving this   intelligence, the Lieutenant Governor gave instructions to the Port Master, Lieutenant HILL, R. N., to proceed down th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

English Entire Blood Horses. THE Services of the iinder-nameaHOltSESj may be obtained during the Season, at the Van Jjjji men's LandJS>labli>h*neul, Lake Kiver:- 7 BUFFALO.-Ten Guineas. , i WATERLOO.-Eight Guineas. - ¡ BOLIVAR.-Six Guineas. TASMAN.-(Engaged.) AMSTERDAM and ROTTERDAM-(of the Flemish Cait Bieed)-Five Guineas. But with each Mate must be sent a Bill of the follow^» form .-Accepted, (by the owner, upon whom I am the Diawer), and made payable at one o/<7ie Banks ! £ Steiling j VD L Establishment, \ 0 I x Lake River, Aug. 1, 1829. If not lemoved elsewhere, of which a fortnight's notice mil bo given in the Papéis. Accepted C Nine Months after date, pay to ni* Payable at < older the Sum of PotuuU the Bank if. Shillings, Í7ÍTA<« reccíetif. To C of t A discount of 3 percent-, will be allowed for ReuiivMonoy 1 and, pet sons, desirous of paying in Pi oduee, may do so hv-f deliveiing sufficient of the same to, and to the satisfaction of j th...

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Religious Liberty in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

Religious Liberty in Europe. in me Austrian dominions, according to HASSELL, there are 3,200,000 of the Greek Church, 1,312,000. Calvinists,' about n million Lutherans, hesidea Jews, Unitarians, and' Menuicts, and the remainder ol' the thirty millions are Catho-' lies, and all these people live peaceably with each other. In Germany, the Catholics amount to sixteen millions, the Luthe-' ' reaus to twelve millions, the Calvinists to upwards of two millions, and every where there is the utmost peace and har-' * mony. AU the States of that great country contains a mixed' population in point of religion. Prussia has about four mil- lions ol' Catholics to eight millions of Luthereans, Calvinists, &c. Bavaria has about eight hundred Protestants, out of a' population of fourmillions. Wurtemberg basa number of Catholics. Hanover has about 100,000 Catholics ; all these live peaceably together. In France and the Netherlands, we find l'i o testants und Catholics. There is not one of the...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

SHIP Sût NEWS. . ADOOST 25.-Arrived the brig Ionia, Captain liiick, from Sydney, witli life following cargo :-1406 bushels limi/.e, 3 i casks hollies, 0 boxes «lass, t cask copperas, and 1 ca-.k oiimcc», eimsipneU lo Mr. Chapman ; 15 tons cuals »ml 501)0 fret »cmnling. Captain Buck ; 7 cases cheese, W. M. Oir ; 35 casks porter, Dawes and Hewitt; 1 cask oranges, \V. Wilson : 1 ditto ditto, H. Bilton ; 12ditto ditto,to order; 1 box pepper- mint* and I hag almonds, J. Hackett^ 8,000 feet cedar, John ' Kerr ; 13 raset wine and 1 puncheon rum, lo order ; und 1 case apparel. Rev. 3. Mackersey.- PassriiRers, Mr. John Cosen, Mr. K. Chapman, Mr. John Tliurp. Mr. John Wlie, Mr. Jnlm * Wilson, Mr.'George Atkins, Miss M. King, Miss A.JJoyle, & Miss M. Dovle. ' * Auuusr 20.-Soiled the sloop afargare«, J. Pringle, Muster, ' with mi assortment of goods for Launceston. - fe.tseli.remaijiinç in the Harbour. Ships Kplteiniua and Lady Harewood ¡ brigs, Lion and Ionia; and barks Alice and Denma...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandise and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

Vessels expected from England. If'ilh Afercliandise and Passengers. Tlicliard &. John, IBB, Watson. Î Eliza,-, Leary. Adams,-, Tiancklin, J Fuendship, White, 120 ton-; Isnbella,-.Bucket. * «.1-..1-1. T.r>".,1 «III >n lei «a Mary,-, Hartley. l'eic\,250, Middleton. Hunter,-. Lady of the Lake, -, Smith. Enterprise,-, Watson. Johnson,-.. Deveion, 261, John Wilson. Saucy Jack, loi), Kent. Peter Proctoi, 5G8, Terry A,lm,."Ji'""M.. ,r- ,1. i Elizabeth, M'Domild, W« tons. Î Ami, Hatlmwn>, 28» ions. > Nancy, 400, Worsley. I Boddington. 4U0, White. t Wanstead, 300, Lanp. i Earnest, 20(1, Walmesley. } Lotus, 500, Snnunersim. s Prouctor, JS0,'Ihoiníis. i Anglesea, 400, Stewaid. { Atwick, SOO, Jeffrey. i cici rrncioi, ano, terry. ; AIWICK, auui .»«.».v/« AdmiinlCockl)iiin,J50,Heiiiey »Caroline, 400, Pew son. «'alista, 320, Hawkins. " \ American, 300, Donald. Mai y Ann, 480, Matthews. { York, 475, John Pedder, . Haivey, 280, --. i>\ dnoy Packet, 145, William Cleveland, 197,...

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Poetry. THE WEAVER BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

Poetry« r THE WEAVER BOY^ ' ". ; " Oh slay, oh stay, UiouLady gay I And <ki¡,n lu lend au ear . ( Tair Ludj , stekeat lliou thy love t lliy it («.st love is hete." s I "And how doit thou piestune to love, " (Hie Laity gay milled) " A maxi so muf.li thy rank above, Uolfmcli and dignintd Î ' Hutte, simple Bo} ' and leam to know Iii a ladies do not look so low " M Oh stay, oh siaj tlion Lady ¿ ij ' ' With tears the \nutli did trv , And the ¿tillie unid onie mun. hath staved Betöre the pleading! oov - " My station tluiu ait lui abuve j. iliultmtli too well 1 know, Since thou hast bought with poid m¡ lo\ c, And jet cmtienui'st nie so I" ( ! '. And how is lliat Î ' tilt maid did sij , < " Speak, lui 1 can no lon0ei stay " " Oh Lidv, asnt wmk I sat, Weuvin., iluu gai nient fine, A «>s> child, wlio h«p\l tutu simlM, Foirtold it should be thine * And willi the libres ot in> htatt ' He wrought that puiciu dtai. And ijjed it with my love wáriit blood, And wKili'd...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

English News. J*y the latest accounts His Majesty was in good health. The King was to hold a levee at St. Jumes'.s Palace, ou Wed- nesday, the 29th of April, and a drawing-room, the following day. This is tolerable evidence of the state of His Majesty's health.' ." , ' , . . A Deputation from the Irish Prelates had waited upon the King, and the Archbishop of Armagh presented an address, signed by fifteen of their number, praying that His Majesty might withhold his assent fiom the Bill, for.the relief of the Roman Catholics. [AVe suppose those to be the Protestant Prelates_ED.] The Lord Chancellor, Earl Bathurst, and Lord Ellenbo- rough, as His Majesty's Commissioners signified the royal assent to the Bill notwithstanding, as well us to the bill for regulating the Elective Franchise in Ireland, and a number of private bills, amounting in all to about forty.-[The above was a handsome Easter gift, presented to the Catholics by the liberality of the King and Parliament.] » The Duke of A...

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Sydney Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

Sydney Extracts. Pn'ER TYLER, the compositor, the assigned servant of Mr. HALL, the Proprietor of the Sydney Monitor, who had been taken out of his masters' house, and sent to work on a road party, 200 miles in the interior, has been returned to his masters' employ. The action, however, of detention and trespass, goes on nevertheless. Mr. HAYES, the Proprietor of the Australian, has offered a reward of 100 dolíais, to prosecute such person or persons who have endeavoured feloniously io detach his compositors fjom his employ. [This is taking a mean and cowardly ad- vantage of a man in prison.-ED.] A Gentleman in the Secietary'-s Office, at Sydney, shot himself in a fit of despondency, inconsequence, it is^said, of a stranger being placed over his head iu that office, where he laboured four years, without any increase of pay. The irregular meeting of the Agricultural Society which black-balled one of our Barristers, has been pronounced irre- gular by a subsequent meeting. The friends ...

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Piratical Seizure. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

Piratical Seizure. ---*--- The Orelia sailed from this port, on Sunday last ; and, having Mr. Lovett, the Pilot on board, he observed towards evening, a light upon Partridge Island. This induced him to leave the vessel, and land on the island. He there dis- covered two soldiers, who stated that the government brig Cypress, Mr. Harrison, master, which had sailed on the 6th instant, for the Penal Settlement of Macquarie Harbour, with 31 prisoners in double irons, sentenced to transportation to that settlement, together with a guard, consisting of Lieutenant CAREW, and ten or twelve privates of the 63d regiment, had been piratically seized by the prisoners, at sea, and carried off! ! ! The intelligence reached the Lieutenant Governor early yesterday morning, in fact long before His Excellency's usual time of rising. This information was conveyed to him   by the pilot-boat's crew, with the utmost speed ; consequently   no authentic or official account has been ...

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THE HERMIT VAN DICMEN'S LAND. [NO.13.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

THE HERMIT IN Van Diemen's Land. [No. 13] "There is not in the world a greater error than that which fools are so »pt to lull into, and knaves willi unod ivuson- to encourage tlie mistaking a satirist toi a libeller ; wb.-i cus lo name .saunst nothing is so odious us a libellei ; lor the sum« .lea-onas to a man linly vii mous, nothing »s so naletul us a 'irypycnle." - POPE.     If mv Correspondents continue to ply me with so many     letters as I have received iii the course of the last fortnight, I shall have to advertise for a Secietary to enable nie to reply to them. I must, therefore; 'for once and always acquaint     the persons who so honor me, that it is only special occasions whereon I can notice their communications.   Among the heaps of epistles which now lie upon my tnble, are the two following, both of which claim a few wwds from me ; one, because as the writer says, I have done lu...

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COLONIA[?] TIMES HOBART TOWN: AUGUST 28, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

HOBART TOWN: ' AUGUST 28, 1829. * 'Let it be impressed upon ynnrminds, let it be instillert hito'your children, thin the liberty of the Press is the-P.illuilium ot ait your Civil, Political, and Religious .Rights. ' Juntas. A new light upon what is considered 'the liberty of the 'Press in this Colony, has been exhibited 'during the present week, by a threat held.opt to us of prosecution for libel, be- cause, in the exercise of our duty as guardians of the rights and privileges of the Public, we thought it-right to notice, and comment upon the mode in which a branch of the public ser -*ice was lately performed by one of Ihe servants receiving the public pay. If this doctrine be once admitted, away with all connexion in the shape of controul between those who are paid for service1«, and those who incur the expense. We shall next expect to see a domestic, who has been censured for miscon- duct, turn round and say, we libel his character. We shall look for no other result to any fi agi ...

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ORIGINAL SELECTIONS FROM MY ALBUM. ANOTHER PEEP AT THE SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 28 August 1829

ORIGINAL SELECTIONS   From My Album , ANOTHER PEEP AT THE SETTLERS.   The London Mail had but- arrived a few minutes, in the good City of Edinburgh, some six or seven years ago, when a middle sized person, bearing the outward marks of a Trades- man, was seen bustling along at rather an unusually rapid rate, apparently coming from the Gounch-office, and proceeding towards the Grass market, carrying in his Itaiid a small brown papier parcel. Meeting .a friend, .whoge.-dreas aiid'general ap- pearance'seemed to imply that herbelonged to the sanie fia,, teriiitv, he ncco'steVl lutii hy' ''lull,! nuiii'j but ye are iii the' , vam nick of time. Ara fríen"* Dunelm Macmtb bus e'en sent me a book written iiiient soiiitviiiitlui'idiah .place,' called Aran 'Diemen's Land, hy achiel, of the miine id"'Goodwin, anil .nnjye lut' lia belter mode of passing the.lang, wintry night, wç'Jl.c'en ,siep into the widow Guthries, and /ivv'cr a' boni' of fiiiriitosh see what its all ...

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