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The Natives. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

The Natives.       We hare been favoured with the following Communication,   dated Sorell, Sept. 22, from a very respectable individual,   residing in that Town for many year« : I beg leave to inform you that another most atrocious mur- der was perpetrated by the Aborigines on Friday forenoon last, the 18th instant, at the house of Thomas Coffin, about four miles from this place. It appears, that Coffin, with his two assigned servants, had left the premises, leaving his wife, Emma Coffin, and a child about four years old, in the house. Mrs.. Collin was rather indisposed, and had gone to bed , pre   -vlous to which, she had fastened the doors. From what could   be understood from the little boy, the blacks entered the house by a window ; that Mrs. Coffin got out of bed, and faint- ed ; that one of the blacks then thrust a spear into her right and left breasts while she lay senseless on the floo...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Roman Catholic Influence [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 September 1829

Roman Catholic Influence. The Earl of Surrey has been returned for one of his father's   boroughs, Horsham. A Manchester paper says it is expected   that one of the present members for Preston will he unseated at the next election, by the powerful Catholic influence in Lancashire; and Thomas Trafford, Esq. is already confidently spoken of as the new member. It is also supposed that the Catholic interest in Wigan, under the auspices of Mr. Townley, of Townley, will, on the first opportunity, divide that borough with the Earl of Balcarras. Half of the county of Stafford is likewise. " bespoke" for the Hon. Mr. Jerningham, or some other Roman Catholic; and if the Hon. Edward Petre should not affect the County of' York, in lieu' of one of the sitting members, he is to eject T. Houldsworth, Esq. from the rotten borough of Pontefract.  

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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The Bee: OR, FACTS, FANCIES, AND, RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

The Bee: OR, FACTS, FANCIES; AND, RECOLLECTIONS. .1 THE DISPUTED ODE.-It appears that the letter of a Dr. Marshall, claiming the ode on Sir John Moore, is a hoax ; and Mr. Wool fe is now left in the possession of it. An admirable parody on it bas appeared in The Globe and Traveller, whioh we subjoin - t Nota sous bad he got-1101 a guinea or note ; And he look'd conlonndedly finn led, As he bolted away without paying his shot, And the landlady aftei lum limned! i We saw lupi aga.n al dead ot night, When home from the club reluming: We twigg'd the doctor beneath the light Ot the gas-lamps brilliantly binning I All bare and expos'd to the midnight dews, 4 Reclined in the gutter we lound lum; And be look'd like a gentlemen taking a snoose I With his Marshall cloak around bun I I 'Hie doctor's as drunk as the D-,' we said, I And we managed a shutter to borrow ; I We rais'd lum, and sigh'd at the thought thal his head I Would consumedly ache on the morrow I I We boie him home, and we put ...

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Steam Navigation to India. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

Steam Navigation to India. I he following appears asan adveitisement in the London Courier of 7th Ma} - " Notice is lutcby given, that on some day between the 1st and 15th ol next month, hut most assuredly belorc the hitler day, a coitiinuiiicalion will be commented up ni between Lon don and Calcutta, by means ol steam vessels ol stipenor size, powm, and equipment, which, us soon as the diflcieiu steam vessels to be employ ed are piopeily posted in their respec- tive stations, it is intended shall occur once H month J he di- minished length of the route lo be lolloued, its \ mous raci tilf s the power and speed of the vessels, and the arrange mehis genet lily untcied uno leave little doubt but that the inteicoiuse by this îoute, util, m completion ol the line of packets, be effected with ease and tegul ttity in 5» or CO day«, rull pat tie u I us will be immediately published, and this in notincemcitt is mide to enable any Gentleman about to go to India, who may pi eft r a steam vess...

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Barney Carron. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

Barney Carron. This celebrated well-known and highly respectable Public Officer, of Special Bailiff notoriety, and who has been lately taking lessons in the noble art of brick making, under that celebrated master Pendlebury, of the Government Gang, is now dancing to the tune of fourteen days on the tread Mill,   grinding flour for the Penitentiary.            

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A Second Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

A Second Flood. By some means, a strange report has got into circulation in Sydney that in 1832 the world is to be overwhelmed with a   second flood. The old women, and even some persons who   ought to have more sense, have been a good deal disquieted by this gloomy prophecy ; bul to contribute, in some measure,   to their consolation, we reprint the following from an English Journal :—         " Some German Journals have predicted the appearance of a comet, in 1832, which is to destroy our globe. A Parisian   professor, in a letter addressed to the Frech Academy of   Sciences, puts the question, whether the Academy does not   consider itself bound in duty to refute, as speedily as possible, this ridiculous assertion. ' Popular terrors,' this alarmist ob- serves, ' are productive of serious consequences. Several of the members of the Academy may still rem...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

Sydney Intelligence. - Air. Justice DOWLING bestowed some well-deseived en logiums on the native youth of this Colony, fiom the Bench, on Tuesday last. His Honor dwelt much on the fact of the very few instances in which, since his residence here, he had wituessed a native of the Colony at the bar of the Criminal Court. Amongst recent military promotions, we perceive the name of LACHLAN MACQUARIE, nephew of the late General Mac- quarie, to a Captaincy in the 57th Regiment. Captain Mac- quarie had been in these Colonies for some time during the administration of his uncle.     , .'?Several actions at law to recover fiom the D¡reolois of the Bank of Aus ti aim, the amount ol' certain piomissory notes, alleged by them to have formed part of those stolen at the time of the robbery, have been allowed to stand over, in order fo theil being tried by a Jury, instend of two Assessors, when that clause of the 9th Geo. IV. cap. 83, which enables the Sú- pleme Court to ...

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SKIP — NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

SHIP - NEWS. SEPT. 23.-Arrived the sloop Margaret, Mr. John Pringle, master, from Launceston the 8th instant, with sundry goods for Charles M'Lachlan, W. M. Orr, Francis Smith, Richard   Lusk, Mr. Morrison, Mr. Orr, Mr. J. Walker, and the Rev. J. Norman.     SEPT. 30.-Sailed the ship North Briton, Captain George Morrison, for Sydney, with part of her import cargo, and the     following merchandize shipped at Hobart Town :-3 hhds. cheese, 37 boxes window glass, 39 boxes tobacco pipes, 2 boxes combs, and 24 bags Tasmanian flour.-Passengers, three cabin, and two steerage, from Scotland ; also, Mr. J. H. White, from Circular Head.       The same day, the brig Elizabeth, Captain Thomas M'Don-   nell, for Port Jackson, with part of her import cargo.-Also   the following merchangize shipped at Hobart Town:- 10 boxes   nankeens, 8 cases hats and comb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

\l i RICHMOND. TO COVER this Season, that ' beautiful dark brown Horse RICHMOND, rising three years old, and stands 15 hands 3 inches high, got by a famon* Horse, and out of a celebrated Mare, both imported into this Colony, now the Property of DAVID LORD, Esq. RICHMOND will be at the Coal River and Pitt-water in the course of next week, and from thence to New Norfolk, Bag dad, Green Ponds, Jericho, Little York Plains, Ross Bridge, I and Campbell Town, of which due Notice will be given. Application to be made to WILLIAM BALLARD, at the Stables of D. LORD, Esq. Macquarie-street. *"* TERMS.-Three Guineas, and 5s. the Groom. THAT beautiful, powerful and much-ad- mired Suffolk Horse, SAM, Covers this Season upon the same Terms as last year. Sam is in the highest possible Con- dition, and will remain at the Stables of the Derwent Hotel, till a future Advertisement shnll name his route of visits, bat will attend at anyplace where his services may be required, upon timely notice being give...

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Catholic Oath. (FROM THE "NEW MAGNA CHARTA.") [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

, "< Catholic ¡rjathV (FROM, THE "rNEW MAGNA'CHARTA.") , lite following is a tiapsciipt ot the oath appointed to be taken by Roman Catholics,(in place of the funnel uboiiiiimblc oaths), upon taking then seats m either Boiisontl'ai liainent: " I, A.B., do sincerely pi omise und swear, lb ti I will be faull fnl and bear line allegiance to his Majesty King Gem gc the Fouith, and will defend lum to' the utmost of piy power against till conspiiaçles und attempts whatever which shall be mude against his person, ti own, Or dignity, and I will d6 my utmost etirieay.our.tQ disclose and make known lo lus Majest\. lilt liens und sucresso(s, nil ttertsijiis a/td Uanoi oils eonsp|i a,- ' cics wini h may be toi med against ti nu or thuin. And 1 do Inilhtully promise to mannum,suppmi, and defend to the ut- most of my powei, the succession of the Ciown, w Inch suc- cession, by an Acl entitled-' An Act for the furtltei limitation o'f the Crown, and better securing the rights and libcities...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

- -For London Direct. ~Í Positively ike next,Vessel, after¿he'Alice. \ i iáfe"T^ shiP PK'ÍNCE REGENT, ^jEgjF Lieutenant CHARLES MALLARD, R. N., Com- mander, 'having left this Port for Sydney, on the loth ¡pst., and having a Very small proportion of lier" Cargo to discharge there, has contracted to return to Hobart Town, in a few] days, to take in 250 Imperial'Tons of«Oil, and 100 Bales; ufWuol together, with nbout-40 Tons of other Freight. "As* these goods will.be all ready for Shipment immediately on ¿tío ¡ arrival df'the Ship*, her slay jm"this port, -»ill'*üdE exce'eí 25, Joya. / ._'.. - ; 'JA ',1 '^^""-'.^".-5 v^,i , Tbt* PRINCE RCOEN"T is fitted «jp in superior style for L Passenger, and cairies an expcriencedSurneon. For Freight -of Passage, apply to KEMP and Co., Agents. N.B.-Wool, and other goods, intended for the PRINCE REGENT, warehoused free of Expence. August 21,1829. ' ,_ For London Direct, JSSIB THE fine l^ver-built Ship LADY Jggjäg, HAREWOOD, RICHARI) LIMON, Commander...

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THE HERMIT IN Van Diemen's Land. [No. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

I :-:4)h,¿ THE HERMIT " Titan 29i*mim'0 Hann. [NÍ.18. i i There is not In the world a greater ei ror than that wlucli ( foul* aie so apt Ui fall into, mid knaves with i,ood reason to encourage, the mistaking u saynst for a libeller, wbeieas to m true satirist nothing is so odious as a libeller, foi the same xeason as to a man truly virtuous, nothing is so liatctul as a Ivypotute."-POIE I bave already said, that the more I find certain person » kick and flouuder under the gentle admonitions, which my re- gal d for a good state of society leads me to offer »hem, the more should I repeat the castigation , and I now îutend to i make good rov word, for 1 have been sorry to observe, that, instead of piorfucwg the benefit I lntendted, some have been indulging in instances of ill temper upon the occasion of my friendlv stnctuies, shewing far otherwise lhan either an c amiable, or a becoming disposition. Some three weeks or a month ago, having called on Sir John Topewell'b fneud, the " Withi...

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COLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWN: OCTOBER 2, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 2 October 1829

^JC«1 HOBART TOWN: OCTOBER 2, 1829. Let it be impremid upon your millik, let it lieinstilled into> our ' tlnltlien, tli ii ilie l<iberl> ol the Piess is the Pul lad min ol ali join Civil, Political, H uri Religions Rinitis. ''Jitniiis. HII.IIAIIIIIIIII.IIII II ? Our attention III»'» been called bj niauy respectable Vic- tuallers, to the vei) uncomteous trtaünent they received al the hands of the Magistiacy, on the recent occasion ot re- newing then Intentes, chiefly with the view that the subject may tims meet the eyu of the Authorities, and a repetition of sui'h \ ml of regu'anty as has betu manifested, be in future guaidcd against. i We shall not enlarge upon it, satisfied that a hint will be suflitieut to attain the objeet of the parties , but, repeating whut we once betöre suidof the firness of au Independent Press, to watch over and couti oui the servants of the Publie, the) may one and all be assured, that'therc is not one oftlieni »ho will estañe at our hands...

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Government Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

Government Regulations. 'l,'-tf -jar. Kooei't .tíraves has-been dismis'ièd'frcnh'Hlie'sitiîktîori'oi' ' Superintendent of thé.FeiiifileLFactory afGeorgé'TrivVil,-¡i VA?, "..- . : Some misapprehension appearing.lo esist respcfctSngithejpowi-, cr of remitting the piiiiisliiiieiitof cmiviets aenteiiçèd.to c.liain j gahgij the ïiiriutehaiit Governor has'directed iV"tp be'íípttfiedí '' ' that ho snell remission,hillier in \vliole,' or ;irt 'ipiVrl', cuii'uitt'e .. - j place,.nor can Hie chains.be removed'; until; his.sanction símil íiáve been obtained,;'but His Jixc'ullency. will; abiUl lirues.be . happy to'give the most favourable, consideration, toilièj'rçcqmr - : meridationof Magistrates.- '- . '.'.? :i' i^'-'-'^">.'i^ ^ ;--<-..;».? :. ..Applications beiqg frequently, made forthe'ntarrïageofféléMIé '-..".' convicts,, without adverting Jo; their .eligibility /or??'? thWinduf»'.:.-."? | genoe solicited} it is" hereby notified, that no such appli«a»iott : i witt be' recèrve...

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East India Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

East India Trade The following from the London Times, leads us to expect that tlie East India Company's Chaiter will not be renewed*, and that cons-equentlj the mohopolj which they luve so long enjoyed, will be thrown open to all British subjects. "Every duj bungs tis letters indicative ot the powerful and spreading hostility lo the continuance of the Itiditt Com- pany's Wiri tct, in its present foi ni. , , a ""We aie ourselves well pleased lo Jr-nrn, that Livei pool, Glasgoxv, Bristol, and othet preat commercial cmpUM l through- out tlie kingdom, aie proceeding with eueigy mid ùiiiinimity', to concerníate then pilot is loi the general "release nfMlits ni. Idustnous and overbiiidciicd elliptic, fioin the grievous weight of the monopoly imposed upon it by' the chattel ,of lula. , - .1 " At Liveipool, a meeting timk place oil the 20th insta'rit, where most sati-,factoiy communications?xvere made fioiiVse. veral inaiiiilaciiiiing aiid liadiuj districts.) Al ihe close.'ofnt a deputilion...

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Government of the British Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

I * *. * ** * ff"? Government of the British Colonies. We lake the following just and appropnote¡remarks on the British Colonies from the London Globe We'ëh'uli onlv add, that although \ on Dierafcn's Land is the youngest of the British Colonies, we would be most happy to be allowed to manage our own dftans Oui prospeiity would then be catani and rapid. THE INTERNAL GOVERNMENT OF THE ' BRITISH COLONIES. "We wli most heaitily the government would take the people of J tiuaica ut their words* and ullow llicin und t)ie other West India Colonists to govern themselves, and to defend themselves ni then own expense-we in tia ii against niUèi nul encimes, à8tthe Mi itisti navy of course would be sullicicntpro tcction to them against external attacks Shivery is no doubt a bombie evil, und the abolition of ii, it it could be affected, would be vvoithy ot some considerable nulioiml bilcntice , btit snell nu iinpioicinent ni the Cotonul laws eoiiceiiuiig slavery its cull be efleclcd lluuticji th...

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East India Monopoly. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

East India Monopoly To the Pailiament and ihe ''«opie of E gland, ti must soon be'mattei of sei lons enquiry, how tai it be possible to' deVise'i by means of compensation or othei wise, some mode of evadinfr the incalí niable exils which ipusl accrue to every brunell o< our domestic indiistiy, ii the .piesenl resit tenons be no1 re- laxed befóte the e\pirati(ui of (he Chatter * ' '-'-,' It i-> the univetaiil opinion Hinoiig all clasps, win tlifrinte i este J lu the monopoly 01 not, that the exclusive piivileges oí¡ the Company in the China tiade xvill not be pet untied to stn. vive the moment when the faith ot Parliament is lelcoxcd; and we Knoxv that there are manyi, iormerly most stienuous m opposition to concession, who would not be unwilling 'lo neat 'for teims. Surely, it would be better that ihe settlement of this great question should be effected now, by a calm and libe^ lal understanding between the King's Government and Ihe ' Company, than Ulai it should, be d...

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The Child's First Grief. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

The Child's First Grief. Ob I call my brother back Come, 1 cannot play alone'; ? , The summer cuines, with flower and bec;_ ' ' Where is my'brother gone'f ,!..;?-. . The butterfly, is glancing, blight- ?'. '? .''??'? Across, the.sun. beam's track ;!-?: .' ?. ''.''.?.' ? I care not now,:tô chase its flight- . .'?">?.'> ? . - ' i ¡Obi call my biotlicr'backI ;j .' .?.,- í ^ ;..'-".' ' ' (The flowers'rnn wild-the (lowers we sowed,»-'*' ?'.','. :' ' .Arbuhd our garden-tree, ?..: -.'.'iu ? (.j;.vt: ....'.-',:'.'r Out vitie. is drooping with ils loa'd-4» .'"'''?.? ?^?î'f.,».*.»".-I-'-" (" lt)t« .. Oh I cull him buck to me I. \.*.-*,i'?,. I", i He would notliear thy voice,'fair child,- ;'?.';.,' > >* '.<.? He may notcome to the«t . - '.-.?Vv.i ..'?i\ The lace that once like spring-lime sinil'd, : ? ? . .". .?'? On eiirtlr.no more tlioti'itsee-. - . - : ' " "V ?' '? ,: " A rose's brief, blight lift» of joy-. '.: Such.unto him is given ;- ..-_'-..!.? i> Go !. thou mu...

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India. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

, ' - / '. '"In'Siä." " : ?'.'-??.=>-.:'^ . I¡ ím iminpr more is requiied Ib in that Lnglisbmcn should,»* freeto ex| end liieii own ninnev, and ¡ipplj their omii"1 inglTi uitj und labour ni cultivating Hi« risouires of Iluliit No L,reuier or more complicated elton is required from tin Bnti-.li Parn iment than th it it should _vve to Englishmen the liberty of unlicensed resort to and residence in India, vmhjhe right of'J rial by Ju i \ in all cases Without such indispensable pi o teciioii, no Englishman will invest capital in ugncultur ii or mai ufaetunu¿ speculation, and India ma} cnntinue foi ever stationary in we ilth, en iluatiiiti, and luipi nu--s With such protection, no man ein presume to assign limits o the adv uncc ment of which that neglected put turn ot ihe British Empire is capibli. Ithasbeen well obseivtd tint, ' in indiana, the advAiita es ot a I true cnpitil aie evident -in all our larg« utidertikiu s, monev is aspo*eiful as steam, because, like thal power, we ne ab...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

SHIP NEWS. Oct. 3.-Sailed the Colonial sloop Margret, Mr. John Prin-       gle, Master, with a general cargo for St. Patrick's Head,George   Town, and Launceston,-Passengers, Dr. Henderson and Mr.       Steigletz. The Ionia is loading for London, and the Speculator will       most likely lay on for Launceston.   The brig Lion, Captain J. M'Leod, is clearing at the Cus-       tom-house, and will sail on Sunday for Swan River and Ti-   mor, with part of her import cargo, and 16,000 feet timber,   22,300 bricks, 8,000 shingles, 15 cows, 400 sheep, l80 bushels   barley and oats, 250 ditto bran, 7 tons hay, 8 ditto potatoes.- Passengers, Mr. John Gardiner, Mr. John Hart, Mr. John Osier, Mr. Mrs. and Miss Rush, Mr. Joseph Brignell, Mr. John Brig-   nell, and ...

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