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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST l8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 18 August 1826

Colonial Times HOBART TOWN:     FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1826. . The English arrivals this week bring the -\ inost distressing accounts as to the state of ,-Euiope j and which, we are exceedingly sorry to find, have already considerably affected <lhe commercial prosperity of these Colonies. It will be seen that we have elsewhere given a nummary of the most interesting intelli- gence.-The trade, in most parts of England, Ireland, and Scotland continued in a very languishing condition. The prospect of any immediate improvement in the Indian imita- tion line, which is the principal branch in some parts, -was faint indeed. There was a little stir in the silk manufacture, and some houseshad engaged a few of their unemploy- ed kands. Hundreds and thousands of poor artiza tis and mechanics were going about the ? streets, literally in a state of starvation, begging for food, owing to the distressing state of trade. The number of the unem- ployed were upon the ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 18 August 1826

Postscript. Arrived this morning the ship John Barry, Captain Roach, from Sydney, with a number of the New South Wales Corps on board. Passenger, Alexander Warren, Esq. Agent, to the Australian Company.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 18 August 1826

£T is requested that alta Biîîs/lé|t/for,DÎ6» count, be made payable at ?íbe¿ Bunk: ? ' v J. GAiYDlNI&^&çreiqfë/. S-for Treasury :Uil Is for ^SDDW in small Sums of ,£200\and'^100 each,' wil| be received by the'Jîank of Van piemen's Land*, Ja Exchange of' Spanish Dollars. at 4e. 4d. each.^-Tenders to be -sent ío-ílíe-Se« .cretary ,of ¿he Bank; on 'or before tbe#l'st AugUbtA I ^PHN^AKBtN^R»'<Sc^jj^V;' >, "Administration of Mr, Dantä'St&Ütekip deceased., . / ** *?, *s ALL Persons having any Demands upon, the Estate of Mr. Öanill StanfWd, l«ite¡of Green Point, deceased,are requested to send the Particulars thereof to Mr. Gama* i,iul BüTLiu, Solicitor, on or before the 1st Day of September next, in order thatch« same may be examined and paid ; and all persons indebted tov the Estate of the said J)táihí Stanfield are requested to pay the inme'tq-Mr. Butler, on or before, the above Daté, otherwise Measutes will be taken to enforce the payment._f |¥7'E^...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

Wp Ttfetojj* .Anni va ls in the River Derwent.?On Tuesday.the: brig Dragon, Captain Duncan' Forbes, laden with sundaes, from Port Jack- son.?Agents, Messrs. T. Y.Lowes and Co. '?-On Saturday last the Government brig Cyprus, Captain Welsh, from Launceston, touching at the Straits and Maria Island; ' from which latter place she, brings up,Mrs. lord, the Commandant's Lady, and child; also, 49 prisoners, to be assigned to service in the sister Colony. REMAIN IN HARBOUR.-The ships Don caster, Earl St. Vincent, Cape Packet, Port-   land, John Barry, and Sisters; and the brigs   Dragon,and Cyprus.   ArrivalsvAt Sydney.?July 12, the cut ?.ier Governor Arthur, from Launceston, with SSObushels of wheat, 500 kangaroo skins; iand'28 bales of wool; July 29, the brig Fame j from ^ the same port, with a similar cargo ; the Fairfield, Work, and the Henry, Bu fihey,'from this port. .Departures" from Sydney.?The Lady Rowena, for London direct, July 28; the Indus...

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Advertisements. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

&m>$tt{0imettt*. . Sterling. Advertisements of 6 lines, if inserted ¦ 3 times, each time ...,....,.0 2' 6 Ditto,for a single insertion.0<4 0 Advertisements, from 6 to 1%-lines if inserted 3 times, each time.... 0 3 6* ;Ditto, fora single insertion.,... 0 4- 4 fj3" For every 4 lines above 12 /in« 0 1 0 ' »4f. -Bjsjvr, Proprietor.1 ' Printedatthe Colonial Times Office, Elizabeth street* Hobart Town j Van-Dieraen's Lana.

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(From the Australian, July 8.) THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

^(^ro^iiKe/'AuiirdUaHfJidy 8.)\ ?: -THE'CH AMBER OF COMMERCE; CORRESPONDENCE. » To His Excellency Lieut-Gen. Ualph Darling^ i G^veriibr-iii^ChielV;&ci &cv &cL: ^5' ?Sir,?i am directed by the Members bf the: Chamber of Commerce, 'to have the honour tb submit tb your Excellency, the Rules.and Regulations by which they propose to be guided in their future operations. The more especial objects which this Assb-, elation have in view, with those of "pro- moting the Commercial interests of New South Wales, and removing the obstacles- which tend to prevent the increase of trade,"-are,? the institution of a Board of Arbitration, for the determination of such differences as may occur in the settlement of accounts in da- mage sustained at-sea^ in the stowage of goods, in the sea-wbrthiness of vessels,, and in any other question which may arise in trade;-?the institution of an Exchange, or place of general resort for men of business.; ?the concentration in this Exchange,...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

Co our gfufwctibcw. - Our Poft-Dalrymple Subscribers are infornt-. edj that, as Mr. Bostock has removed from Launceston' to/ his farm, Mr. Stocker -will in future receive the payment of their Accounts in the County of Cornwall. Our half-yearly bills having1 been furnished, we therefore tqke this opportunity of requesting that they may be paid to Mr. Stocker, who is hereby authorized r> \ give acquittances accordingly. Our other Subscribers, who have1 had theit bills rendered up to June last, arerequesledtA settle the same* - ' ? '.¦¦''.^-JHMi^J.-".

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(From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

(From the Times.) The Government?thank God, we may at last vulture to call it the late Government? at the Cape of Good Hope, hat heentpregnant vrith materials; for bringing tola decisive issue that questionwhich of ^U others ls most ina por<3|at^iBOst urgent, least susceptible of eva- sion,' but at the price of ruin, to the whole frame and constitution of a limited monarchy ?viz.. whether men accused; of having be- trayed, by practises .the most indefensible, the most sacred of *U national trusts, shall or shall not be brought to open trial?whether lie who is publicly charged with being a criminal, shall pr shall not he placed at-the t>ar to purge hiniself of the accusation, br to receive the condign punishment of his guilt; this, we say, isa question tit to be entertained, to tie discussed, and dec^ded^ by every rea- soning individual among a free people, forc- ing those who boast of being bur represent- atives to inquire Into, the alleged wrongs of our distant fellow...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

TO THEPUBLIC. Having, during the last four-weeks (and this during Mr. BbstIs confinement inGuoly,< been -unavoidably compelled Jo undertake the" ar- duous duties in'the conduct of the Colonial TiMbs induces us to beg the indulgent conside- ration, vf our Readers.?We are the more ur- gent in soliciting this favour, from the convic- tion'we feet in the temporary absence of such leading matter at is usually looked for, with a ¦dieen appetite, bi -a truly'Independent Paper.? In the Editorial Department of this Journal, the week before last,.we thuught we had ^finally made such arrangements as had re- moved the obstacles which were then consi : tiered -<us-; opposed fo its improvement, and therefore conceived we had happily surmounted ihe difficulties under which we laboured. We. ' atill, however, feel most sensibly the want of an Editor, whose name alone (for we have found mame to be rn sine qua non) would add respecta- bility to our Paper, and length to ourSubscri...

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To Edw. Woolstonecraft, Esq. Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. Government-house, July 4th, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

To Edw. Woolstonecraft, Esq. Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce. '-? : ' Government-house, July 4th, 1826. Sir,?I have received your Letter of this day, transmitting as Chairman of the Cham- ber of Commerce on the part o the Mem- bers of that Association, a Copy of the Rules and Regulations established tor its guidance, and expressing the hope of the- Members, that I would recognise the Institution, and approve of the general design. Being'perfectly satisfied of the advantages of an Institution, embracing the objects pointed ont in your Letter, I beg you will as- sure the Gentlemen composing the Chamber of Commerce, thatthey may rely on my warm support in their endeavours to promote the Commercial interests of the Colony, and on r? j my best wishes fpr their success. ?I have the Honour to be, Sir, your most obedient and most humble servant, , RaGph Darling. ^Muzzling the Press.?In the month bf. April last, the Police-office reporter of the Morning Chronicle having made rather free ...

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POETRY. [?]Homan's meart. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

POETRY WOMAN'S HEART My sweetest joys have faded,         My brightest hopes have fled.       And friends that might have aided.   Are mouldering with the dead;     And now the treasure only, That could a bliss impart   To me so lorn and lonely,   Would be a woman's heart. Oh I have dreamt of glory   That never might decay?   That I might live in story,     When silent in the clay;     But all the charms are gone now,   That fancy could impart,   And I but wish to own now -- A lovely woman's heart. And I have dreamt of treasure, That might recal my joy -- Might bring the parted pleasure That blessed me while a boy; But now the pomp arid splendour, That riches can impart,   I-would to fate surrender,   ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

<0ourtmmmt Neting. Colonial, Secretary*'s.OJJlpei Jug. TO, 18&($. THE recent Capture of the four remaining Runaways from Maria Island,, and the spirited Manner in which it was effected at the South Esk, by Messrs. GraV and Ro- bertson, and the Prisoners of the Crown Jierein-after named, merit the highest Com- mendation the Lieutenant Governor can. be- stow, and call for the public Acknowledg- ment of the Services thus rendered to the. £6inmuhity. If aiiy thing were wanting to assume all Classes of the tertain and successful Result of a courageous Resistance ;to theOutrages compnitted by Bush-rangers, this Instance piustafford'it..'';., It should equally con vince those misguided Meh, who'toay hehfceforwafd be tempted to violate the. taws, that, as a large Body of their fellow-prisoners are how actuated by a proper Sense of Duty, and earnestly disposed to make every Atonement for their past Mis- conduct, bj a iealous Co-operation with the Settlers for common Protec...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

'.;¦'¦ To the Editorof the CSlonial Times. IF the enclosed Copy of my Letter to the Editor of the « Hobart Town Gazette'' can be inserted in the Colonial Times of this week, it will be considered as a favour, by, Sir, your jrery obedient servant, Macquarie-street, Aug. 23. S. Woodcock. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir,?Assuming you would not wilfully propagate falsehoods through the medium.of your Journal, I request you will contradict -the statement you inserted, in last week's flaper,' respecting some tobacco 1 imported n the Denmark Hill. / . The quantity was 12,480 lbs. (riot 230) A few cwt. being landed in a damaged state, does not prove that it was not shipped ina creditable condition. ri should be much; obliged by your pro- curing me a copy of the official letter, in which you are pleased to say I abandoned the tobacco, ana also if you will have the kindness to point out one single instance where damaged tobacco has been sold in England " towards the duty, a thin...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 25 August 1826

Colonial Times.   HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1826. We last week had to announce to our Readers, through the English Journals, that in   spite of the Duke of Wellington's most earnest remonstrances, Russia had resolved upon war against Turkey. From what we have since been able to obtain from the papers, it appears, that the Emperor Nicholas   had previously written to the King of     Prussia a letter, similar to one which he had addressed to the King of England, informing him of the necessity in which he was placed of making war on Turkey. It seems he declared that his life would not be safe, if he did not concede that point to the expectations of the army and the people, and that   there was no alternative for him but to   descend from the Throne, and to march at the head of his troops. - Negociations founded on this communication, and those received to the same effect by other Powers, we...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 September 1826

&!>i» :T$tm^ Arrived on, Monday, last;at LaunceRton,;the schooner^Governor Wilkur, after a'passage'of jGday^ftomS^ Mib/d^twV clays before,for the same port.?" ^ ^^ailed bu Saturday last^ in ballast* the John ' Barry, Captain Roche, for India. ?Passenger, Captain Cartwright, bf the Bengal Artillery. Sailed on Tuesday -last, for Port Jackson, the Australian Company's ship Portland, Cap- tain Mood.?Passengers, Mr. Broadfoot, Mr. Mood, Mr. Johnston, and Mrs. Budge, who came from Scotland in the vessel; Mr. C. Wright and Mr. Burke* from Hobart Town.? This vessel also takes up Captain Smith, and '30 privates '([with 4 women and 6 children) of > the 39th Regiment; together with some pri. soners. .'-. . .-;..:-.-. ¦ Remain in the Harbour?The ships Dmicas.' ter, ¦¦Cape Packet, Earl St. Vincent,, ,and Sis- ters ; and. the brigs Atalanta, Dragon, and Cyprus ¦ Sitting Magistrate?JV. H. Hamilton, Esq. > Price nf Bread?5d. Currency.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 September 1826

' Iii April last the1 venerable Bishop of Duri ham, how fast'approaching to his 100th year preserited to the different Mechanics' Institu- tes wi thin his diocese no less a sum th a ni? 1000. ?We have alluded to his decease elsewhere1. ; All the Foreign Ministers who were preserit at the Coronation. of Charles X, have b.eeii presented with gold Medals by the Fiench Government, commemorative of the event. Each medal bears the name bf the receiver. : '¦?¦? An English Gentleman wh'b/ was present at tlie insurrection at St. Petersburgh, states that the cry of "'Liberty and Greece^'" was gene- ral throug-hout1 ail the disturbances/ in the. Russian capital. . ? ,..-?¦..¦.., .Tihe tfew "Courts in Westminster-hall are¦¦?' at-length completed,vand the 'various seats of justice are cirice! more re-assembled 'within the1 walls of, this., venerable pile, .When the .Judges\ ehjte're'd, 'thei.jCp,u.rfsi' tb .resume their , places, '.V genera 1. 'sinile.,q1"¦' cpngratu, lation was .interchanged : ...

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A[?]ertiements. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 September 1826

xtuupni0emcnt0. ¦%d»eriikemeriis of fi. lines, if inserted Ster'i*8 * '.a/fmw,^^^^;^'.^'.^^ o 2 jj Ditto,fur asih^yn»erUb^\'..^%,t,*f^ 0 4: M Advertisement, f ron* & to 12 lines ^ .. if inserted 3 times, each'time.>.;. Q J ,5 -Ditto, fora sin :les insertion...,i ..i:.. ':0 . 4"''j. (fdr*'¦'¦Fo't'eve'ry/4linea aboveT2klines 0 i,,"" "' ' ' " '' ' l,:'"' ' ' ' . '-^?^==a »??;'?"¦ -.¦'¦¦ '¦¦'. A. BkilT, Proprietor. 1/...'?¦-'.'^i Printed at the Colonial Times Office, BliMb"*' street, Hobart Town, Van Diemen's La»«"

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Sydney Intelligence. [FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 September 1826

g&tiwei? Intelligence. [from the australian.] The trial of Mr. George Harper, a Gentle- man much respected in his station,'and in his office, is reported in the Supreme Court hews. Thc.nature of the case'Will be best seen on a perusal of the evidence, atid con- sequently little, of remark is called from tis. ?There never was less foundation 'for a Cri- minal charge against any many than ; in the present instance. Mr. Harper, was charged, with larceny, with stealing, with embezzle- ment, and not a scintilla of evidence iva's ad- duced on the trial,- except that which clear- ly proved that he had never on'any occasion overstepped the line of strict-'duty"-in,-his office?that he had never even exposed him- self to the least degree of suspicion, except in the breast of some unprincipled prisoners of the Crown. Out-of this class of persons was thejlittle evidence: which was offered to the Court and Jury raked together,-and men who.stood; convicted of: stealing?who were labouring ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 September 1826

<B>riginai <fforrc0poulieuee; lo the Editor of ,the Colonial Times, i'DiTOR,?I have frequently heard pf ?ease of .crime bf late in this Colony .?" Mr. Ei the increase I 'regret'Wassure; you; this is 'np parpdox iii our- lu'igiibburhpba, as. every ' succeeding week proves the fact beyond contradiction. From'one.of.the most, calm and undisturbed ?Settlements, it"'hast been changed into the most wicked, depraved, and intemperate sta- tion in the whole'island.''.,Scarcely a week > passes, but we wjtness some instance bf the most atrocious depravity human nature is capable' of, and, to the utter astonishment of every calm observer, -,with: impunity, and without the.leasteffectual.interference of the Police Establishiyient in this district, ..and, wlych, MrV'Edjtor,' is not iiiferipr to that bf any n^iglibpurhbod.iu the Colony ; for we "have'his; Worship.and his Worship's Consta- ble,a; Chief District Constable^and His Con- stable, and all within pne to twbirii...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 1 September 1826

Roxborough House SELLING OFF, being about to retire from Business, the whole STOCK-IN-TRADE, consisting of Hardware, Glassware, Stati onery. Saddlery, Girths, Hats, Snuff, Brass Candlesticks, Fowling Pieces, Pistols, Cut- lasses, Tire Iron and Nails, Shovels, Linseed Oil, Paints, Sheet Tin, and Corks; Ging- hams, Calico Shirting, Prints, &c. at very reduced Prices, for ready Money, Wheat, or approved Bills. A Pail of excellent GLOBES for Sale.   David KFR.     J PARKER, corner bf Murray and Ba ? thurst-streets, begs to announce to his Friends and the Public, that he has on Sale, in addition to his former Advertisement of; last week, a few Puncheons of Rum, in bond, at a reasonable rate; Hyson-skin Tea, in half-chests; fine Cork Butter, imported per ship Portland, by^the firkin; also, English; Candles, by the box._ ¦?''.¦?¦:¦' P~URLIC NOTICE.?All Parties, who have Accounts with the Undersigned, are hereby requested to discharge the same ...

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