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SYDNEY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

SYDNEY. LEGISLATiVE' CdUNCfL. Is bour last two numbers, we gave copious ex tracts from :the rcportdd proceedings of the late. -Legislative Council in itsfinalsittings. We pre sent oui readers in the present number, with an abridgement of the transactions of that body, during the .last hbusiness days of its existence. wLlCTh"tAL DitTate'r SILL. On Tuesday, Feb. 7-after some unimportant dis 'eussion on the Council receiving the report of the committee appointed for considering what accomoia tion shbuld'be provided for the fitture enlarged num hers of the Council; the reading, for the first time the bill relating to thejury act of New Zealand; and the presentation, by 'Mr. M'Arthfur of a petition, signed by a number "of laid-holders and other in habitants of the county of Cook, praying that their county might be attached to Cumberland, instdad of being incorporated with the lhinter as then pro pored--the order of the day was called for, and the second reading of the electoral districts...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

SYDNEY. t Mr. Sidney Stephen, after~havingbcen e prohibited prasticing as a barrister or an At- c torney in Van Diemien's Land by the Judges at Hobart Town, proceeded soon after to New South Wales, and laid his case before the bar of Australia through Roger Therry t and W.. A'Beckett Esqrs., Attoriey and .s Solicitor Generals. The following is the an swer which those Gentlemen .returnied to Mr. Stephen, in conveying to him the reso- t lutions of the bar. Court-Howue, Sydney; Feb. 14, 1843. Sir,-In compliance with your request, we have to inform you, that we convened a meeting of the bar, to consider of the mat ters referred toin your letter ; and we now have the pleasure of enclosing you ,thlereso lutions passed at such meeting, which, as you will observe, was att6nded by all the'mems hers of our bar, with the exception of Mr. Gordon, who excused himself on theground of his recent arrival in the colony.-We have the honor to be, yours, very obediently; (Signed) R. TnIERaY?, . Attorne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

TIE SALLY ANN will sail for Melbourne, via Laun-   ceston, this evening, the   1st instant. For passage only apply to HENTY BROTHERS CHURCH OF ENGLAND.   SUBSCRIPTION LIST for the erection of a School House at Portland, the same to be used as a temporary Place of Worship ; His Honour C. J. La Trobe .. .. 5 5 0 James Blair .. .. .. 2 2 0   R. Savage . 2 2 0   Edward Henty 5 0 0     S. G. Henty 5 5 0 John Henty 2 2 0   Francis Henty 5 0 0 C. J. Tyers .... 2 2 0 Lovell Byass .... 2 2 0 C. P. Cooke .. .. .. 2 2 0 B. Kennedy . 2 2 0   E. G. Jones . . . 2 2 0 Wm. McDowell ... . . 2 2 0 A. Pilleau .... 2 2 0 T. W. McCulloch .. .. .. 2 2 0 Matthew Gibson .... 2 2 0 Joshua Black . .. .. 2 0 0 James Swords . .. 1 0 0 John Wiggins .. .. .. 1 1 0 John Allsworth .. .. .. 1 0 0 S. Smythe .. .. .. 1 1 0 A. French .. .. 2 2 0 White, Brothers .. .. 3 3 0 Thomas Faro .. 2 10 0 &amp...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 1 April 1843

LOCAL ZNTELLIGENC E: Gaor..-WVe hear nothing new of the Gaol so often spoken of, and so long promiscd; Why do iot the'public niemorialise the Governor on the subjecit? We are certain a respectfully worded meniorial woiild tnieet iith tlie attention of liis Eixcellency especially whend suipported by odir Police Magistrate and his Honor. C. J. La Trobe, who we feeconfident would doso with pleasiue: ST. GEodioe's D.Ar.-We have hearditstate'd that a number of English gentlemen .intend to dine together on the day set apart in honor of the patron saint of Old England. We have riot heard whether stewards have been appoinsted; or where the dinier will take place-but'tpresume we shall soon be made acqutainted with' the par tiellars by public advertisemen't:., MovEs.-.We understand that'Mr. Blair; our Police Magistrate, porposes to introduce a large sum of money into circulation in this town, by the first opportunity from Melbourne ; which will be :of considerable public benefit, in the absen...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

COLONIAL MARICKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO Tile LATrLt,,, P'ORTI' PIIILLIP._ Flour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread, 46lbs.,, 0 Seconds....... 1 0 0 Potatoes, cwL. 0 I0t0 Iation.......... 0 17 0 eef, lb...,, WVheat, bushel. 0 G 6 Mutton .. 0 Maize........0 G 0 Pork .....0 00 Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal .... ,0 0 LAUNCESTON. Wheat, bushel..0 6 0 I Beef, perlb,..0 0 Barley........O. 5 0 Mutton........0 0 S Oats..........0 Pork......... Flour, firsts.. 18 0 0 Veal.........0 0 Seconds...... 16 O 0 Butter .. O Thlirds........11 0 0 Bread, 41b ....0 o11 AI)DELADE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, firsts,,.2 0 9 Bran..........0 1 4 Seconds....0 0 0 Barley........ 0 ? ef,per lb.,,..0 0 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton ..... 0 0 { Maize .... ....0 ? 0 Pork... ...,,, 0 6 Potatoes, ton ..10 0 0Butter ..,, 0 2 0 SYDNEY. Fineflour 1001bs..el 0 0 Beef, perlb.,.,0 O 1 Seconds ........0 17 0 Mluttoll.......0 0 Thirds..........010 0 Rum, ilbond,..0 3: Wheat, per bhushel 0 6 G Bratldy.....,.0 0 Maize ..........0 4 0 S...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. April 7-The brig AITur, Clinch, from Laun cestol l'a. s1' gers-Messrs. J. W. Swan and Jalmes itayant. SAILED. April I-The schooner SALLY AN, 58 tons, Saun ders, mlaster, for Launceston. Passengers-- fr. and Mrs. Fr;nrcis lenty and Miss Laurence ; 3 in the steerage. April 7-The schooner Esso::orTON, Tulloh, for Launceston. EXPORITS. Cargo of the schooner SALLY ANN, for Lannces ton : 20 hales wool, Ilenty r3rothers ; I case, I bun dle curosities, I case of geological specimens, Ils JIonor C. J. Latrobe. Cargo of the Ess?u ToN-- l bhales wool, Claridge. IMPORTS. Cargo of the AeITrr-14 cases ale, Clinchl ; I pnllcheon rturn, 3 cases cutlery, I hale saws, I hlen tll twine, I package of leather, l30 bags flour, I hhd brandy, Claridge ; 2 cases. fruit, order; 4 horses, W lhitacre.

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

DISTRICT COUNCILS. Wt: are anxious to know what the opinion of his Excellcncy the Governor is in refr once to the establishment of district councils; but we are much more desirous of seeing what he will do in rcference to the establish ment oft, council in this district, Up to the present but little has beenl publi ported of the governor's views regsrding bringing this part of the New South W Act into operation; and the little which been reported as having fallen from him, council, only appears to convey the idea ta this very important branch of the ne stitution, has not been, to so great an ewtr the subject of his deliberate contempgt as to enable him to come to a satishacto conclusion upon the several matter thisp of the act embraces. The following arh words, as reported in the last number of t Guardian: Ills Excellency said--"le old beol to correct the misapprehensionl which hu . stood to exist in the county of Cooke aonde:. where, as to his intentionofinterferig n t the. present...

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THE TWO ALMANACKS. A FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

THl'E TWO ALMANACKS. A .LB LIE. (i'rem the /r'c,ich if flennel.) 1'l:on a deok it chanccd one day, Two ahinanael.a toglther lay One cf the iicent year, and itlie With date of the old )car just gone ; When, eligitly Itaiing up tis head, it"he latter to hii': ighboi r said- .ear neighbour, fur what crime have I I)-ervecd ny altere I detinly . \ly tacteru-':, to l:nllor tllc, Elachim "lin;: t of liae deay ;Iould he Turn over an I cot:urit my pa:; l!ut now, alas! in lmiy old age J)i-h'mored. to thi dust I'mt throiwnll, while he hath eves for thee alone." IThe other, th:ce, il page and rim, (tli!e frchlt atdl new, thus answceevd him: "'lia't art not If this ae, nty friend, Andl f thine wnal there is:ln ctell; .utdaya:itl t;, ac tio t nay'tt tc , I, only Saturdy i whhltheie; Thou art, lvr fritnd, a day too late, ''hui trl: t 'blame tlothinlig Ihtthy date ; Awl if, thallk to mlly owln; I'1m ne, "'aiit thou wcrt once, yetl must it'iw 'r the c lot i to lave live] illy time ()I twelve ttlioth...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGMN CE. Coutr or Rniur.srs.-This court will hold its second quarterly sittings on the Ist proximo. Ah! plaints for adjudication at the next sittings, lmust be filed fifteen clear days previousto the Ist of next month, or on or befe the IGth illnst. Canrous Fisu.-- n moat singular creature of the filny tribe wae caught during the week by two of our honest and industrious lfishermen. It was about two feet eight inches long, and fif teen inches broad. It shape was of such a kind ts can only be represented by drawings. It had four large bony flaps or fins, to the two lower of which weresuporadded two legs, nld at the e: tremity of each leg was a webbed foot. 'Thu flaps or fins were evidently adapted lir the pur pose of assistingthe creature in craowling Imong rocks and on the snnd. Its tail resenmbled that of the shark, ,but tlhe upp0e10-0 art of its bodly wouldcarcelyhenr it copsn. itlwith anly other living creature. It taus ;i o eeidnctnlly by mrne of its flaps. It was' p...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

PORTLAND PRICE ,CURRENT, WIIOLSALE PIIICES. £ A Ale, bottled, Dunbar's brund - 0 I6 0 - draught, per barrel, ,Ashby's - 6 10 0 - --- per hhd. ditto - - - 8 10 D .- - per barrel, bnrton - - 7 0 Beer, Trueman's stout, per hhd. - - 7 0 0 Iloare's, - - - 6 10 , Sbottled. Taylor's, - . 0 16 I Bacon, per ll., taking the flitch - " 0 1 l Bccf, IIambro', per barrel - - 510 - East India, ditto - -. 600 Bran, per bushel, - - - 0 1 0 Bricks, per thousand, - - 1 2 Butter, per , - - - 0 1 Cantles, Englishl, per lb, - - - O 1 0 - Colonial ditto - - - 0 0 0 Chccsc, English, per lb. - - - 0 1 0 Colonial - - 0 0 la Canvass, per bolt - - -2 11 7 Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, from - 3 0 0 Coffee, per cwt. - - - - 11 Corks, per gross - 0 3 0 Deals, per foot - - - 0 Flour, firsts, per 1001bs.- - - - 1 2 - seconds, ditto - - - 1 00 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - 0 0 - currants, ditto - 0 I 0 Grain, wheat, per bushel - - 0 7 0 - barley, ditto - - 0 1 - oats, ditto - - 0 6 Gunpowder, per lb - 0 3 6 Hams, ditto -...

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COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. hI the arrival of the AMITY from Launces ton, we have been put into possession of news from the sister colony to the 20th ult. ec make the following sunmmary of intelli gence from the Lannceston Courier and th1 launceston Aldvcrtiser : al[crrAnics' Ih'STITUTE.-Sir John Flan?= fn has presented the first volume of tie Tasmaniais Journal to the libraryof the Me hanics' Institute. The work is intrinsic ly valuable, and, coming from such aquar Cr, onght to be highly prized by the So dy. PsFcy .Farl.-Laldy -Franklin remitted t to the Committee of the Fancy Fair, with note, expressing regret at her unavoidable hsence. We Iave heard other instances in Liech her Ladyship's generosity and bene olence have been forcibly exhibited. Nsw CATruocLcBisllor.-The Right Rev. Dr. Wilson wis solemnly consecrated Di iop to the See of Hobart Town on tile 1st hov, at St. Chad's Cathedral, B]irmingham, hisGracc tihe Archbishop of Sydney being be consecrator; assiste...

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THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

'illE POORTLAND GUARtDIAN AID NORMIANnY GENEIRAL ADVERITISER is published every Sa turday morning, and ismmcdiatell forwarded to every part of the province; and by the earliest opportunity to the following pflaces :-Sydney, Hobart 'Town, Port Phillip, Launceston, South Australia, Swarn River, Neo Zealand, antd Cape of Good Hlope; and tothe Mauritius, England, Ireland, and Scotland; the United States of America, irance, India, ,5c. Terms of Subscription are, credit 10s. per quarter, cash 8s.; the quarters ending 31st of Mlarch 30th June, 30th September, and 31stDec., in each year respectively; to some. one of owhich periods all resignations must previously refer. No resignation wvill beacceptetdwithout payment of the current quarter and all arrears. Per sons becoming suabscilbers after the c??omesnce vent of any quarter, will in that case only be charged from the.period they commenced sub scribing. Each adscertiscment will be charged at the rate of 3s., for the first sic lines, uand ...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

,C OIMILRlCIAL & IVARIN E NEWS L. Loss or 'rIE 'SP.sits, iflo ',o, Si:oU..sn," ON IuiE l'.Ssstco ro.toat iI.SILLA TO Mt.Cl. T'he vesacl left abinilla o0i the 21th Noveimber, anid on the Ith'December, at night, spoke an English or Ascieicali ship itanditig the same way as she dill. 'lThie Sigudlar s:as stipposcd to be considerably to windward 'of thlle"rata'Shoal, whetn at day break, she strack upon it, aild was left high and dry oni the shoal at'low water. The caiptain and crew, -iltending to 'go to tlhe l'rata-llaud, construtctedl a raft to enable them to take with them sotse provisions ando oilier effects, tnd into the long-boat went the capta'. tmate an'ld twenty-twoof the crew anti passengers, four or five other men in antother boat, anda six in the citter. Th'le long sboal, swas, loweter.r, unLable to reach the "land, being by sYilln anl waves driven to leward, and itwas thought best, tlcrefore, to steer for the coast of Chlinat, whlere they were mtct by a islhing boat,...

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ALPACA WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

ALPACA WOOL. " FROM Tie PORT I'IIILLIP ItIItALD." It may seem somcwhat "mialtapropos," justunw to urge upon the capitalist of this colony any scheme requiring the outlay of money to any considerable amount, when the general cry of depression and dif ficulty in monetary matters is co rsidered ; but those who are best acquainted with the resouices of the colnists, must lie aware that there is, notwithstand ing all that has been said albout colonial'bankfupt andl ihilln, an imiiensedealtof .inmey in theocoldniy so vected au to lie of far less advantagc tlhcolony roud to the moniced interests in such mlduler as we are about to reecomnend. We have been led to thesc ob .ervatlious by the purasual of a pamphlet lately pub. lished in England, fhr the natural hIistory 'Sotiety: of Liverpool, entitled,- A imemloir addressed to the proprietorls of mountain alu other Waste lanls, agri culturists of the United Kingledo on the naturalisa tion of tie Alpaca, recommniewled by the Natural lHistory t...

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MELBOURNE. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

SUPREME COURT. Ins IIHonor the Resideut Judge, delirrt art t the ocpening of the late monthly crilmial sessions fir the district of Port 'hillip, the followling very seasonable addresa which could not have een more applituale to the circuinta:ncc of the people fr whose warning it was originally intended, than to the prescut Circumstances of the people of Port-l hillip, for the direction of whom the rc-dcliriry of the address is in tueded. 'oTltleimen-Shortly after the terminatioi of the war betweeni Great Iritain at.lj America, .Juelge I'ed!clon delivered a charget n tihe grand j ury of South Carolina, friti which, geithlewni, I shall thvour you wit the fll.wig extracts, leavinig i u to apply theill rs ytot think tit: iand tmrely ob:ierving to thahey will thiw that any similar hairapguteA i hI have wibee in lie habitl of-miakingfrom this l ench, are ncither. iunpreeeditedll, tlor, aIs hasIL IeecI asserted, such asi the public miight not ri.eisoilatly expect" " The it .iport'ntduties...

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NATIONAL EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

-NATIONAL EMIGRtATION. (FrROst Til: sTANDARD.) Lont Kiaassin? has addressed to JMr. Sidney Smith, the mercenary lecturer of the anti-corn-law league, a letter, -vhiich the " Mornilng Chronicle" publishes with all the osteltation due to so ilnpor ta~ltt a ddclonent. The letter is, indeed, highly char dcteristic ; it is such a letter as every one wouhd ex pect from Lord Kinnaird-such a letter as Mr. Sid ney SUtlis's familiar corresplondent mlight he suppo seld to write, and s?icl as journals ofthe Leagueewould lhe sure 'to glorify. It is" false" from beginning to end, and through its whole fabric-falsa grammar, fialse English, false reasoning, aand false assertion. As weeinsert the document at length, we sulbmit our cl:irges against it to the candid judgment of our rea ilers, without wasting time supon a proof analysis, though, except the waste of time, such a proof would cost us little trouble. .We shall merely address our.oelves to the main purpose of the letter ; that pur poseisto ...

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BRITISH LABOURERS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

I3lRITISIt LlUABOURItS IN FIlANCE. 'l'ttE following is the copy of a printed notice .hanging in the office of the agent for the Great uirr/, steamer: tIavre, July, 23, 1843. Sir,-In order to prevent " British lahborers" ar riving at IIavre becoming a hurtheen to eithecr the British or French Governments, I have the honor to informn you that the authorities of this city have given orders that no labourers shall ibe allowedtoloand from any packet until they have deposited thle sun of £1 sterling for each person, andl 10s for cach child under 10 years of age, as a guarrantee that they will not be a charge upon either country, against which deposit they will receive a receipt, and the money willhe returned to them upon their re-em barkation. Slhould they not le abe to do this, they will be kept on board and sent back to England at the ex pense of the packet that brought them. You will, in consequence, make this knowi to tile masters of such packe sas are consigned to you, that they may ...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINCE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1813. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

PORTLAN]D GUARDIAN, And 1 ormanby General Advertiser TO rrOTCCT OUR RIGIITS-NOT TO'INrEINGCEtrON TH5OSE OF OTHIIES." SATUIRDAY, APRIL 8, 1S13. EDUCATION. THE important subject of education is be ginning-anew to engage the attention of the provincial press; and a more inltercsting, as well as important topic could scarcely be se lected for discussion. All are able, to a greater, or-lesser extent, to estimate the worth of education, if not by its absolute want, and a total destitution of its benefits, at least by a partial participation of the accumnlated advantages which may be dis covered to flow from its possession, in a per fcct degree. Daily experience teaches the truth of the unerring statement, " the soul to be without knowledge is not good." The present is a fitting season for the agita tion of the questions connected with educa tion; and indeed, for a review of most of the cardinal topics of colonial pb!icy, which have been under public consideration, since the foundation of ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

SYDNEY. TIIE CORtPORATION.--The Right Worship ful the Mayor and Aldermen dined with his Excellency tile Governor, on Tuesday even ing. The following is, webelieve, a correct list of the party that sat down to dinner on the occasion :-Lady Gipps, the Governor, the Chief Justice, the Bishop 6f Australia, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-Gen eral, the Mayor, Colonel Baker, 80th Rcgt., Major Hunter, Captain Bell, H. M. S. Ilaz ard, the Sheriff, the Solicitor-General, Mr. Windeycr,' second Police Magistrate, Mr. Commissioner Miles, Aldermen Allen, Owen, Mitchell, Wilshire, and Broughton, Mr. C. H. Chambers, Town Clerk, 2Mr. Throsby, Mr. H. W. Parker, Private Secretary, ani Mr. E. Merewether, A. D. C. VICE ADoIRcnALTY COURT.-This court was sitting for some time both on Tuesday and yesterday, but no business of public impor tance was transactcd.-Australasian Chroni cle. THE CABINET-MAKERS AND UPIIOLDSTER ERS.-On Saturday last His Excellency the Governor gave audiance to a deputation fr...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 8 April 1843

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. B1Y the way of Van Diemen's Land, we have received the following summary of British and other intelligence, which we copy from the Launceston Courier, of the 20th ultimo. Tire arrival of tlh ship Eliza lnne, at llobart Town, with a general cargo, has put us in possession ofEnglish intelligence to the 7th, and American news to the 23rd Novem ber. There are numerous forged notes in circulation, purporting to be those of the Bank of England; they are numbered 1827, and dated June 4, 1842. A second Anti Slavery Convention . will be held in London in 1813, commencing on the 13th June. The income of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, during the last year was £101,000. The PIrince of Wales has just beents weaned and according to the Court Newsman, his Royal lighlness " has borne his depriva tion well." A pension of £300 a-year has been conferred by government on thie poet Wordsworth. - Tihe equestrlin statue of the Duke of Wellington, by Wyatt, intended to be placed on...

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