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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 March 1830

SHIf ^ft NEW& ? Arrived. Ob Thnrsday,— The schooner Friendihip, Capt. white, from Circular Head. tie Departures last week. The Ship Surry is expected to sail tomor row, for Sydney, and the America on Sun day next, for London. V'ESStLS REMAINING IN THE 0AR&OUR. Ships AMEllICA, liALtSTA, V5LANSJI A!*, and Surry, Barque I.ucy Davis*!*, b'K Ma* ry Ann, Schooners Friendship and Prince Resent. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. On Tuesday .---The brig BEE, Capt. Lam bert, from Sydney, the 2nd March, with 1 cask salt, 27 pipes of wine, 26 Hhds. por ter, 9 cases cheese, 104 pieces of cedar, 16 bags sugar, 7 chests of tea, 10 cases pipes, 10 horses, 1 curricle, 1 gig, 6 casks of tar, 1 do. ironmongery, and 5 cases of oranges. Passengf rc,'-MiiS Pritchard, Mr. Buchannan, and Mr. Cuthburst. Dawes and Hewlett, Agents. SAlLtD FROM HoBART ToWW. ^ On Wednesday,— the ship Lady H*M- woon, Capt. Limon, for London, with 727 bales wool, 4 ra^ks seal skint, 26 tons hark, 260 cask* whale oil, 24 do....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 March 1830

TO GARDENERS TO LET, for such term as may be aggreed upon, the productive vegetable and fruit Garden, situate at Kerry Lodge, little more than four miles from Launceston, where a constant demand exits for its pro- ductions.     Apply on the Premises, Kerry Lodge, near Launceston. Anno Decimo Georgii IV.   No. 7. An Act for the Institution of Houses of Correction and for other pur- poses relating thereto. WHERE AS until further arrange- ments shall be made it is expedient to provide for the better execution of all   Sentences of Imprisonment and Hard Labour   passed in this Colony and for the better cus- tody of Debtors. BE IT THEREFORE ENACT- ED by his Excellency Colonel GEORGE AR THUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of   Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies with the advice of the Legislative Council that         from and after the passing of this Ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 March 1830

? TUB TUttF. ? TT'^ *** *uf^orited to state by Mr. H * * Dutton, that the Pane of 50 Gui H (teas, given by the Van Diemen's Land E» H ta'tilishment for the product- of Buffalo, Wt- H f-rlop, and Bolivar, will be run for at the ? Ros* Meeting, '» fcr *e/-* on the *8iA of A^ri\ ? t!»t«Ml of the 25th March, at previously ad. A MEETING of the Members of the Turf Club, will be held at the ? Stacquarie Hottl, on Thursday, the 11th of H yi&rch next, at 1 o'clock, to make arrange. ^m rents for (he enwing Ross Rnrr», Mr. JAMES DOW b*-s leave to acquaint hit Friends and the Public H in g»ut-ral| that h* hat commenced Coo. H wyandag, &c in Launcestou, and hopes, ? ly unremitting attention to the interest! ot H tluse who nay bf |) leaded to favor bin with H ihwr buiiuess, to merit abortion, of public ? vtsiionag*' and support. ? Com* all Hotel, . ? Feh.IOtb, 1830y ? ? -- — ~'AD' VBfl TIFEMESTr ' ' DMC LEODof Talisker, hereby *cattti«H»i, the Public against Ues-paRsiug ? f n his ...

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Anno Decimo Georgii IV Regis. No. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

Anno Decimo Georgii IV Regis. No. 11. AN ACT for establishing Regula tions to restrain the increate of Dog*. WHEREAS there are great imbi bers of Dogs roaming at large over Che Island which cause destructive ravages among the Sheep and infest the streets and public ways to the annoyance of His Majcs v's Subiects and it is expedientto nut: some check upon their further increase. BE IT THEE&FORE ENACTED By Bis Excellency Colonel George Arthur, Lieuten ant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies by any with the advice of the Legislative Council that every person keeping any Dog or -Bitch above the age of six calendar months shall on or be fore (be first day of April next and from year to year so long as such person shall keep any such animal obtain from the Po lice Magistrate of the District in which such person resides a License lor the same who is hereby required to grant such License as near as may be in the form to this Actannexed marked A under his...

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IMPROMPTU. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

IMPROMPTU. If it is wrong in man or woman, To steal my calf from off the common, What can he plead in his behalf, Who steals the Common from my Calf. WHY WIVES CAN HAKE NO WILLS. Meit dying make their wills, wby cannot wives? Because wives have their with during their lives !

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SERIES OF TRAVELLING BY COACH. (Concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

Leribs of travelling by coach. (Concluded fratn oar last.) Ijutt entering Brentford the horses took Ight at the sound of a horse trumpeter's Ibie call, bolted up the street, and depo |ed us all of a heap m the nook against the ?ripiit nwrkfit-hiiuse, the coach resting on If sidp. self fortunately uppermost. Made L escape from the coach-window, just like Eniug up the hatchways bolt upright ; old ?ummagem and the rat landlady being ?rotvn head downwards, formed an excel Et step-laddder with their ultimatums for Be purpose. Assisted in extricating ray fel Kr passengers : the facetious Mrs. Squelch's ?ad had pitched into some raspberry-jam, Rich had been upset in the accident ; whf ti ?ought forth, her face appeared to be cov ?ed with a most appalling mixture of blood Id braius.— Mi^M. The surgeon of Brentford ?ry promptly «iu (he spot, much disappoint ? ou discovering the mistakt!,— no fractures, Kcept wooden ones. Ate a hearty break Bt irhil'1 the coach was repuring, and Signed at the...

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THE DECEIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

THB DECEIVER. Accursed be he, whose guileful tongue, Can wrong a woman's captive heart — That fount from which has sweetly sprung The joys it could alone impart— Can turn that fount to £rief and gall, And poison her existence all ! Accursed be he whose lips can press A woman's lips of sinless glow, Yet leave them, mid her happiness, To pour the lonely plaint of woe, Thai, from the midnight shadows drear Is wafted to no human ear ! Accursed be he, who twines his arms Around a woman's melting form, ' Yet leaves ber praised and peerless charm* A prey to sorrow's canker worm, Like lovelj flowers that pasi away Even in the sun-bright month of May ! Accursed be he— aye, may he pass Along the turf where she is laid, Yet 'mid the rank and waving grass A couchuut serpent shall be laid, That will a sting of conscience dart To wither up his perjured heart! Ntx$ of Literature.

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From the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

From the Australian, The followiu; state of the rental of Ire land, and its appropriation, is taken from official Parliamentary documents :— Lat any man reaa it, and then judgo for himself how such a system eatt work without misery at any time, ana how prone it must always be, through extreme deficiency of employment, or the indictiou of a bad harvest, to popular explosion and insurrection. It appears from the returns embodied in the report of the Society for the improvement of Ireland, she hasa surplus of 14,000,0001. annually, after the support of her population, at the lowest rate of human subsistence. Ou that fund, in the first instance are imposed the following claimants.— Taxes are the lead ing item, and of these it is ascertained' that three millions and a half are actually paid into the Treasury, one million covers the Irish establishment, and two millions and a half are probably remitted to pay the in terest ou loans contracted in Eugland for Irish ub«s. The amount stands t...

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Anno Decimo Georgii IV. Regis No. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

Anno Decimo Georgii IV. Regis No. 8. AN ACT for amending the JLotcs to prevent the harbouring of Felons or other Offender* and to restrain their Tippling and Gambling. WHEREAS the Laws at present in foree to prevent the harbouring of Felons and other Offender* and to restrain their Tippling and Gambling require amend ment. ' BE IT THEREF' )RE ENACTED by Hit Excellency Colonel George Arthur Lieutenant Governor of tk% Island »f Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies with the advice of the Legislative Council that from and after the first day of March next (h« Act of his Excellency Sir Thomas Bris bane intituled ' An Act to prevent the har bouring of runaway Convicts' and the en couraging of Convicti Tippling and Gam bling' be repealed so far at respects this It land or any of its dependencies except as to Offences and other matters committed or done Before «r upon the said first day of March next which shall be dealt with and punished *s if this Act bad not been passed. II. AND be it ...

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From the Sydney Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

From the Svdntti Monitor, The mother Country seems to be in no worse state than she was on the 20th Sept.— the date of our last news, But at the same time, she is stilt in a deplorable state. In winter, Englishmen not only require heartier food, but also thicker coats, thicker blank ets, aud more fuel. Itis eroected therefore. that as these lururi$» are now quite out of the' question as regards the lower orders ot tbft Vaited Kingdom, sufferings truly ap palling to contemplate, await hundreds of thousands, nay millions of men, women, and children, in England, Scotland and Ire land, as well in the manufacturing towns as the country parts. The malt Ux, the source of an immense portion of the Revenue, is likely, as well as part of the Church Reve nues, to be appropriated to the public good. That is, the first, by the abolition of the tax, aud the last by its appropriation ta the direct liquidation of the taxes. With all the distress of the lower orders, we do not by the news papers dis...

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THE ENIGMA THAT COST THE ATHENIAN HIS MANTLE [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

The Enigma that cost the Athenian his Mantle An Athenian went once into a Hebrew school where there were a number of boys. T . i' master being absent, the stranger enter ed into a conversation with the pupils ; pro posed many questions, to which they retained suitable answers. As he was on the point of departing, some of the boys said to him, — ' Conic, let us make an agreement that ?whoever is unable to make a reply to a question proposed, shall forfeit his cloak,' — '' Agreed,' said the Athenian. ?' Sjnce tliou ait the oldest,' said the pupils, ' it is but fait that thou shouldest have the priority.' *' No,' said the Athenian, 'make you the proposition, as I am only a stranger.' They then proposed the follow ing enigma. — *? Nint go uuf, eta lit come in; tuo pour out', one drinks ; and four uni lie en I y wait tipen him.' Alter several fruitless endeavours, the Athe uiiin urknowledged hi* could not tell the momilna * ami wan itnrlpr fho n*-r*ssifv nf cuing up his cloak. Departing ...

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From the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

From the Tatmanian. Wiulisg Company.— We have # great pleasure iu stating that a Company is just established for the purpose of vVhale Fishing, it is composed of Messrs. Kemp, Read, Hewitt, Collicott. & Smith. They have purchased the Caroline, aud are about to fit her out in the completes! manner. She w ill be equipped with every thing which can be possibility be necesary for u voyage of any probable length, so as to enable her to return with a full cargo. The first step is now taken. We have made a beginning. We trust it will be followed with that spirit i which has distinguished the Sister Colony on ! the same subject, and we wish the enterpri ziog Gentlemen, who havi: set ao good an example, every possible success. PUBLIC DINNER. The Colonists at Sydney have had a ruunc Dinner to celebrate the i'etitiouing the Brit ish Government for me Restoration to then of their (and our) so unjustly withheld rights and privileges. It was a 1'ublic D liner upon the good old English pri...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

SHIP /MJL NEWS. Arrived. On the 21 «t,— The brig Guide, Captain Ashmore, from the Isle of France, with a cargo of tea aod sugar. Sailed* On the 21st,— The schooner Peince Re ge.vt, Capt. Young, for Sydney. The barque Lucy Davidson has dropped -inwn thp river to complete her cargo. VCSStXS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. Ships America, Calista, and Clansman, barque l.ucv Davidson, brigs Guide and Mary Ann, and schti ner Friendship. Ahkited in Hobaiit Town. On the 13th.— The brig Devrron, Captain JJicholls, from Sydney the 14ih inst., with y-4 pieces cedar, 50 hhds. porter, and 2 ccfks an oh -root, 1 do. oranges, and 2 cases dibhfs to W. Wilson, Agent ; 10 hones, I caw cheesr, 50 do. oranges, and- 20 firkins butter, to order. Passengers.— Mr. Solomon turf Joseph White. J-«me daj-.— The transport-ship Duntegan Cetttt, Capt. Walmsley, from Sneernrss the 30 bept. with 180 male prisoners 4 having died during the voyage; Mr. R. Dunn, Sur geon Superintendent. Passengers, — Mr. and Mrs. Kentish, M...

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

^gSSSSSSSBSSSSmSSmSm To be Sold by Auction, j ^ Mr. RICHARD WHITE, tj tthe Launceston Hotel, on Saturday next, cesfcon 47th inst, at 12 o'clock :- ? \SE Pipe Port wine _. J 4 Chimney-pieces Vl/ J ^tmfcoS headandfoot eagag 1 Case, containing 100 Bath backs «tw 5 Bags tapioca ''* ' 4 Cases John Bull sauce tor r, 1 Double and sine U ^k-bcrevr. per. I PROMPT PAYMENT. ? [ March 20tl-, 183O^______^_ t*nPHlLLIP^7watdTmaker, begs ^ M. leave to acquaint the Inhabitants of £*; LlcesSn and its vUitjr, that he has com- ^ kortcst notice. Appty at Mr. H. Davis 8, __ I'hite Conduit House. ttTi | Launcestou, March 20th, 1830. y] \ — ? ? — ? ' --on I CAUTION. iend 14 NY Persons cutting timber or Adv. Igour of the law. w|lLIAM BRYAN I Mr. larrick. March lOlli, 18 JO. ? _* ?. ? . — ? — ? i ? '~ I | CAUL ION. I it 1 r Neighbours are hereby caution- | Jj ?.fled not to Trespass in any wise, in I 1. IrW the Paddock bv which myhou^ m | cot I r nanied, as a Cart 'Road h kit odmi for titi Ih convTnience of e...

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

THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgence. Ticket of Leave. Morgan Miles, 384, Caledonia, (2) By His Excellency Command, J. Burnett. DIARY FOR MARCH, 1830. Tuesday, 16 1 h. Cloudy, no rain, little wind from N. W. Wednetday, 17/ A. Very cloudy, a few drops of rain fell, strong South wind until sun-set. A few hail stones fell this day. Thursday, \%th. A sharp white frost this morning, cloudy and fine occasional!}. . Strong breeze fram S.S.E. Friday, 19fA. Very sultry, with very little wind. Saturday, 201*. Very fine day, with little wind from N. W. by N. Sunday, 2 It*. Very cloudy, but no rain, close and un healthy, light breeze from N. N. W. Mtniay, \11nd. Very sultry, with little or no wind.

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

(HANDLES Wholesale, Retail, and J ioi Huiortation, at T. Monds's manu factory, M. John Street, near the Wharf. Dips ? 88. per dozen lbs. Moulds ? 10s. ditto. (J3* (ash given for Fat or Tallow. March 2iud, 1830. TO 8E L'.T FOR A TE'tM OF YEAKS. TSHRU5 KUNDRFD Acresof rich arable Land, samite within 12 miles of Lauuceston, adjoiniag Trafalgar. To a respectable Tenant, (and no other need apply) the rent will be moderate, with the option of making payment either in Cash or Grain. For further particulars, application to be made to John Ward Gluadow, Eq , Soli citor, Launceston, or to Mr. Gillies, Good wood, near Perth March 22nd, 1830. Registry of the Supreme Court March 16, 1830. NOTICE is hereby given, that His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has this day transmitted to the Supreme Court, to be there enrolled and recorded, pursuant to the 22 Sec. of the 9 Geo. 4, Cap. 83, the undermentioned Laws or Or dinances : Anno Undecimo, Georgii 4, Regis. 2. An Act to faciliate the apprehensi ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 March 1830

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1830. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find bis road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the JJgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. We are given to understand from va rious persons, that they are warned to attend the Supreme Court at Hobart .Town, to prosecute offenders for offen committed in this county, and against whom they were bound to attend jthe first sittings of the Court on this side. Now we, in common with our fellow colo nists, have the greatest veneration for justice, and the Officers of the Court, and for none more than His Honor die Chief Ju tiee, who w« are well assured always deals out justice impartially, but if the prisoners are to be removed from hence to be tried at Hobart, it is more than probable1 that many person* cannot afford to take witnesses *o far, and still more so, (hat many ...

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DIARY FOR MARCH, 1830. Tuesday, 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 March 1830

DIARY FOU MARCH, 1830. Tuttday^ IXrd, Cloudy, but warm and fair, no wind. Wednetdtf, 24th. A beautiful, clear, sunny day, nearly resembling the (anted Italian *ky, light brer&e Irotn N. W. by N. Thuriflay, 25/A. A I 'ornately clear and cloudy, very warm, wind light from N.W. by N. Friday, Wth. Very cloudy, with a little rain in the fore noon, very warm afternoon. Saturday, 17 th. Strong wind from K. VV., with very cloudy sky, yet warm. Sunday, 28rft. Fine warm, growing weather, light wind from N. N. W. Mtnday, IQlh. Fine, weather, with light breeze from the Westward.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 March 1830

NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special Meeting of His Majesty's Just ice* of the Peace, for the Cornwall division ot the Hand of Van Dieraeu's Land, will be held in the Couri House, Launceston, on Tuesday, 13th of April next, for (lie pur* po»-- of taking into consideration the pro prieiy of certifying in favour of the lieense granted to Mr. William Hill, to keep the Campbell Town Inn, at Campbell Town, being transferred to Mr. Gavin Hogg, his appointet. ROBERT WALES, D' py. tltik of the Peace. Latin ceston, March 2ytn, 1830. ; To be Seld by Auction, BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, At the Launcfkiuu H»lel, on i'ueM.ay, 6tli April ne.vi ; — fl^BE HOUSE and PREMISES, U situate in Cameron-sweet, Luuiiretilon, lately occupied by Air. Bi-nlley, conbistin^ rf a !«Obloiy wfathi'i-ioardi'd House, Kit chen (dptached), Mnble and Sbed. March 25lh, 1830. STRAYED from Launceslou on (he ui^ht ot the 8th instant, a BAY HO it!- IS. 4 years old, stands 15 hands high, with black mane and tail, nuall while tur ...

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[?] EMPECINADO TO THE GUERILLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 March 1830

cr. F.MPECINADO TO THE GUERILLAS. Bu William P. Smith. - No sooner had the Constitutionalists dis banded their forces, relying on the oath of Ferdinand, than the tardtof safely presented to them by the kin; were treacherously re called, and the deluded patriots-were inhu manly proscribed by the bigot party.' * In consequence of these outrages, small Gue rilla parties collected en the mountains that bank the Ebro. To concentrate these troops, El Empecinado employed eTery effort. On several occasion! he harangued them from an eminence near the village of Viana.' On, Spaniards, on ! the mountain stream . Returns iiot to its source a (rain ; And Freedom's wave, to be supreme, Must roll even to the battle plain. On, Spaniards, onM from every hill Sternly and redly sweep along — Rush like the mountain torrent still, Sublime and terrible aud strong. Your wrongs, your hopes, your aims are one, Your cause is just — on, Spaniards, on ! Think not Viana's steep alone Bears the proud print of Fr...

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