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From the Gazette of last week. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

From ilve Gazette of i/isiieeek, , [Govdrnment Notice, '.'No.' 68,] the Lieutenant Governor hai- been pli-nsed to wake' t'lie'fojlowitig , appointments in the Mcdica\ dejjartiuent, viz:— Jahies Bryant, gent., to be Assistant Surgebji', -J. F. Storey, Esq. M. D., to bedistritt Surg«q-» at Oyster bay. By commaad of Bis Excellency- : '-?'?? - ???-'??'- ?? a.tiurtiett. [Government Notice, 'No; TO.]— The Lienten&tit Governor has been pleafed^o^raottheaadercaed. ner Woodhall, Morley 4, No. 464. Tidtets of leave— to Benjamin Johnson, 106, Cidedo'niao, 1, Police District «f Carapbelt Tom n, JohnOar ner, 357, Sir Godfrey Webster, James Mnrplir, 385, Arab. Richard Titos, 186, Lord Hunter ford, Sarah Horton, 84, Morley, 3, in ttofiart Town. William Lewi*. 181, Malabar, John Balls the younger, €55, Albion, Both well. Chkrles Davidson, 316, Commodore Hayes, New Norfolk. Johu l.ighiloot, 33^, Lady Bdst, kkhmond. By His Excellency's Comtoarid, J. Burnett. [Government Notice, No. riJ^-Certl...

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THE EMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

THE EMIGHANT. [?] I 'a,, .migrant's doom I'll await; ? Twnnetts shall lull my emotion, I Far less rude than the foes.uf my fate. I Seeking change in my fortunes and name, ? Beyond the expanse of the sea, ? All latitudes now are the same, ? ah countriei indifferent to me. I l had hopes,-rand in hoping, believed ? The vision bright rays would impart ; ? i loved '.—and by love was deceived ! ? The delasisu has wreck'd my sad heart. ? I vill sigh on in sorrow alone, ? in secret alone I will weep, ? *nd muse o'er my happiness flown,. ? TUHudreainaitrevisUsmy sleep. I in silence I feel B»y heart breaking, ? in solitude still must I grieve ; ? Tears flow, from my slumbers-awaking, ? In despair which iiahope can relieve. I what to me is my father-land now ? . ? its pleasures no more I can share ; ? In the ocean the treacherous vow ? Seeks a Lethe to charm Us despair. I Then farewell to the land of my birth, I My country, adieu I on each wave ? p0r refuge I fly from your earth, ? For repose,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 April 1829

I^^^^TJIOII Sale' at the Stores of THOMAS JF WILLIAMS, Fine bottled Sherry and Port, in 3 and 6 doz, packages, Claret in 2jde3;.and 3 doz. cases, Madeira in i casks, Cap* Madeira in pipes, 4 pipes, and 4 casks, fine Bottled Porter and Ale, Crown Stout in hogsheads, Tine Hysbir ten in J chests and caddies, Hyson-skin tea jn chests, { cliests, nnd i chests, Isle of France 5u«ar, by the ton or bag, Refined loaf ditto, Floe ojootn raisins, Soap by the box, Tin in diltb, Brazil Tobacco, An excellent assortment of Iron ?nd Steel, Cart arms and boxes, Ship's joanvass . twine and cordage, 1'itrb, Tar, Rosin, OiL Tur pentine* and all Bortt of Paint, Canvas, Sacks Fit and cross-cut saws. Foolscap and letter pa per, Superfinp blue and black cloth and kersev meres, Shoe makers' tools o( all kinds, also Painters' and other brushes, Cedar plank, Gun powder and shot, Day and Martin's blacking. Metal tea .and coffee pots, Rice, Coffee, Black Ppup-r, feiiiKer, Cream of Tartar, 5p«dee end Shovels, Na...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

. smip^^L news. ?. ? arrived rx uosart tots. r On4the 7th,— The barque Saiftswe, (Captain Johnston'?,) from London Sept. 8, and Lisbun , Jan.J), With a gtntfal and well selected cargo of mrrchaitdize, and 30 passengers, .-most of them forSyduey^,'. '/? , * *®iSl/tCD FltOM HODART TOWN. On Wednesday, — The ^Termaitt, (Capt. IJenni ker,) for London, with « general cargo, numer ous passengers, Si itoii-cominisiioiied ollicers and privates', ; invalids of the 4Uth regiment, 6 women audio children.- ? ? 5amc Day,— The William Youngs (Captaiu Rey nolds.) fors Sydney,, with part of Jut import ear so, 100 buUi-Hs\vli-:;it, 35 tons potatoes, 2 tons hay, and 5 passengers. ' : ? Same Day,— The Qurrn Charlotte, for Sydney, vilh her cargo for Calcutta. . . SAILED FIIOM THIS roRT. On Wednesday, 8th,— The schooner Wtlte, (J. Hassull, Master,) for Sydney, iK'ton^ing to James Hay dock Uciber, Esq., wilh 2,879 bushels of wheat, and 8 tons of hay.— l'a£sengers- Mrs. Foster and child, and 1 servant. ' O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

rpflE. pnderglEned h^sfoxSale the fettow Am frbn -cUest ? ? A Brass bound Tos---wood writiug desk One largo beam and scales. Owe Orawing-Iiok Complete. Also.— A quantity of Dip Oandes. at 8d per lb. toy (lie cwt., orltjd by the single Ih. I&unoeslMi, W. WBiTCHURCU Aprlt 10th, 1829. PmSale, RCo^toge, wHh%filack.smt(t«'s shop, and spacious Jrard.' adjowuiig tfepre- mises o| Mr. J. H. Jhckson, situate in Brisbane Slwet.' Fcfr particulars ttpply to Mr. Richard While, at Uie taimceston Hotel. 11th April, 1829. I Fine Pounds Reward. WHEREAS, a ligluBmy Horse, stanfl ing 14 hands high, with a %vhfte stripe ? down the head, some scans on the nose, (dene toy ? the halter) and In me ki the near shoulder, dark ? bromi f» t, two years «1d, tt»»trhi-r -with a saddle ? and bridle, ««»e forcibly token from roe by two ? armed bushrangers, on tire road from Lannceston ? to ihe Cocked Hut HU1, «n Sunday morning last, ? April 5th 1«29, about 11 o'clock. ? The above reward of £s will be paid to...

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THE FORGET-ME-NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

? THE F0R6ET,ME.K0T. I Th^re is a flow'rJjovfe so xvcll, - ? llmtgrow*?iilh»nTOjg»rdeni)IoJt I v» willing pen -l 6 uamc.*hall tell, I -Tis not within the rich man's hnll, ? Botuearlbelioin;6t peasant's cot, ? Where crpv s tfcat lovely now'r, we call, ? the modest blue 4Forget.incnot.' ? it do6s not l)oa?t a rich pcrfuine, ? ? The rose-bud's glory.,'t has not got,- , , ? it does not want a warmer bloom, I The brilliantsblue ? Forget-me-not.* \ - ? Through life I've loVd this simple flow'r, ? Nor ever lie it's name forgot, ? In proFP'rons lime or adverse hour, ? '/lie bumble blue « Forget-m'e-not.' I And should I die an early doom, ? ? let no false t- are my mem'ry blot; | But let there spring around my tomb, ? The azure blue'rForget-me«tot.'

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

LJUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1829. It it the public duly of. a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect Jo fi»id his road perfectly free from the arrows of thote who ore inters ted in preventing the tegis of truth from coufroutiug and dissipating their power. ' On this foundation Fame's high temple stands, Stupendous pile ! hpt rear'd by mortal hands.' That human being whose mind' is not sensitively alive to Fame , ?' Fame that the clear spirit doth raise, walks not in the paths of literature. It is needless to assert that few persons who act any distinguished purl on this world's thea tre, are incited' by their expectation of beiug enrolled in the records of FtMne, in being made honorable mention of, both, before and after death. VVhat can, or whatever did, ope rate bo strongly since the earliest records ? The Holy Bible and Homer each sufficiently demonstrate this. But perhaps, this passion , ha6 never yet crossed from Britain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

JOHN EtfRST, Upholsterer, Cabinet Maker, ppd Undertaker, (frpro .^endc-fl) res pectfully informs the inliiUiitiints of the town of Launceston and its vicinity, that he lias commen ccd business as above, &ttbe house «f Mrs. Ev.ans, in Cameron street, and hopes by unremitting ^assiduity and attention to all orders lie may be ^favoured with, to merit patronage and support. Launceston, April 10th, 1829. ! Laiinceston., J& J. SOLOMON beg to call the atfen ? lion of their Friends and #he fvbllc in general, lo their wry extensive aud well selected stock of merchandize, comprising almost pypry uneful and necessary article, and at reduced prices Slops and wearing apparel of superior quality Boys' and youths' superfine dresses 6uper6ne and other hats . Linpn drapery apd haberdashery Superfine broad cloths and kerseymeres j Very supprinr long cloth sUirtiDgaud calico Fashionable shawls 1 Ladifb* silk handkerchiefs, crape shawls And scarfs, hosiery and gloves Green baize, blanke...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

Mtire frightetieti Qkan hurt: an Irtth ftulll «ft'o* a Jfarf Co*. — I faed enjoyed) for about an hour, the blessings of a slumber, when I Waj awoke by a noise mbre tpenendous than thunder ; to my ter iftied iinaginatke ft seemed like the roaring of the fiercett lion — 1 started up, and struck my head agaipsl ^qmmbing 4ha( ftslt wagh ai^d warm» and fjitending mr.arms, jfip an agon j? «f f«*rl must w». ?«!«»- UPt Ijqlfl Ql Uic ear* «f vi-at \ sqpposecj a ferpciftiw amiqaV U U inco,ijceivab|e the ideas of hpjrr^c Ifljtf wished, through |bj mipd--l thpuclit ft V4S am^.dpgj, who. had spme way, Cr other fpuod, lus waj to the bed^-The bellowing, how ever, which, was in aji instapj repeated, mad.e me -jhHBge my opiuJQH, and I tftpk it fi?ra wild bull, wlie Had oroide Jojos^, and would, devour roe, like Tom Thurabi— I jumped out of my bed, and en deavoured to escape oy the door out could not gnd Un-\ celled loudly -ft* light Dnd.asslstance— thq b^UawiBg c^ntiiuiedv thongh it did not seem to....

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IMPROMPTU ON SEEING THE FOLLOWING INSCRIPTION ON A BOARD AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION AT KIRKDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 April 1829

IMPROMPTU, OK SEEING THE FOLLOW IK* INSCRIPTION ON A UOAUD AT THE.ENTJUNCE TO THE HOUSE OF COBltCCTION AT KJHKDALE. ts- To the House of Correction, No thoroughfare ? Ye rogues and thieves rejoice ! the Magistrates ' declare. That ,to Correction's house there is no thorough for«* ,'???? Pace tlien,yerasnils all, a thoroughfare forrrimp, iud; 'ittudofuiouotiii«/rt«f/meiV«, w jKoowtclitub. Mr. Eonon.— I perceive by a late. Hobart Town paper that a war with jiussia is very probable, and that two Russian aimed frigates are out on discovery in these 6ms, «nd I am very sure that * they will come and plunder my farm if the war breaks out.' The Government at Hobart Town, it appears, are under «i-nie. apprehension as yell at me, Tor J fee that Mr. htutgrave'* imttery is to be r-ut Hi a s»We of readiness. Did Mr. Molfjrave build or project this battery, (hat it bears his name? Now I really do conceive that a battery ought to be ttu It on thHow point which forms tlie angle of the river below my...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 April 1829

ARRIYT.D IN IIOIURT TOWX. On (lm 11th.— The Uris rr-r««»,Capt.nonr.Ens from Sydney, with a cargo of (mndries and seve ral pr.ssengers. Commissariat Office. \/tf ANTED, for the use of the Commis ^* sariat Drparlmpntnt ROSS, a strong and sound HOUSE, with alight CART and HAHNESS, complete. ' , , TENDERS for the same, sealed and endorsed, addressed to me, will be receiver! nt this OfSce, j until 10 oYlork on Mnnday, the 27th inst. j Ltuncetton. AprinZth, 1829. ! GEORGli HULL, D.A. C. C.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 April 1829

*f HtSRli&Y cauUon^Ffttaibhbt to» rtur Jl-r!i^eW9*rish^s bt^miPiti'tSoO bushels or Barley, aud 150 bushels of Oafs, advertised its (lie lust number of the Cornwall Vress by Ihf Undcr-Sherriff, stated to bo the property of Jam e* Legg of Norfolk. Plains, as I have acluim on the Some for rent. Launcp.slon, ELIZABETH LIVERMORE. April. 18-h, 1829. Public Notice. THE undermentioned Cattle, late in 'he possession of Thomas Thompson, an assigned servant to Mr'Thomas Ritchie, will be sold at the pound, at Norfolk Plains, on the 20th of April next. One black sided Cow, with while back and belly, branded B on the near thigh, II on the near shonlder and T T on the off hip, wiih a le. male calf by her side, one black end white steer, marked TT on the olFhip.one heifer with white back and belly, and black sides, marked TTon the near hip, one black and white Poland Cow, marked TT on tb« off hip, one red and white Cow, with a female culf by her side, marked It on toe near hip, one. brown C...

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STANZAS WRITTEN FOR MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 April 1829

STANZAS WRITTEN FOR MUSIC. Lao*') wliy tiros. turn away Youth and beauty's sunny glance? Why, where all around are gay, Tr^art'st not thou the lightsome dance? Are ihf thoughts on music bent, Is'tfor that thy young cheeks glow? Woulds't ihou hence the minstrel went.' Ladv, no ! lady, no 1 H Hark! I hear a deep-drawn sigh! H Wildly throbs thy snowy breast ! H Lo! a tear-drop pearls thine eye — ? Is it Pity's-pilgrim guest ? H Yet that sigh, what does itthere? H Wherefore does that tear-drop flow ? H It it sorrow claims thy care ? H Lady, a*!, lady, no! H Near thee stands* youthful form, H Looking thoughts no words may speak ; H Glances bright, and blushes warm, H 'Light liis eye, and rose his cheek; , H For he sings of ' Loves young dream,' ] H OVr his lyre as bends he low ; H Would'st thou have him change the theme ? ? lady, no ! lady, no ! ? We hare endeavoured to the best of our ability H to render our little Journal, as entertaining and ? us useful as our circumstances would admi...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 April 1829

LAUXCESTON ADFERTISER. j MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1829. \ j It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he most not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the iEgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. O Sacred wejipon ! left for truth's defence, Sole drend of folly, vire, and indolence ! Yes, 1 am proud, 1 must be proud to see, Men not afraiit of God, afiaid of me : 5afe from the bar, the pulpit, and the throne, Yet touch'd and sham'd by ridicule alone. I The cant of the present day is the very ? low ebb of the morals of the poorer part of ; our community^ and we will endeavour to ^ show that this old worn out complaint is at least very ill-timed, and that it might with , twin u great deal or propriety be placed on other shoulder*. Now as all things on this terrene, ere only good by comparison, or by analogy, we must consider first, other countries; and fcoondly, we ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 April 1829

FOR Sale at the Cornwall Hotel, at ihe following very low prices, having been pure hased very cheap at a recent sale, and to close a consignment. Wheat will be taken. Check shirts at 3s Wed do. at 5s Duck trowsers at 5s Dregi do. at 15s Striped do. 7s Gd Blue do. at 10s. Jackets at 10s Drawers nt 3s Od Window curtains at per yard, 2s 6d Ladies' stays at 12s 6d Blue shawls at do. White do. at 6s Fancy do. at 7s 6d ' Worstead do. at 12s Gd ; 1 Orange do. at 7s 6d ' Worsted stockings at 4s White cotl on do. at do. Braces at Is 6d White gloves at 2s 6d Drab do. ut 3s -3lazed muslin at per yard 3s 6d Black boinbaziue do. 3s 6d : Korwich crape do. 4s 6d 'WaiBtcoating do. 4s fid Insertion and scolloping do. 2s 6d Nightcaps at Is 9d Do. do. at Is 3d {Socks at per pair 2s Silk at per yard 7s 6d Waistcoats at 15s each Childrens' dresses do. Bilk handkerchiefs at 5s. Sand paper at 3s per quire Calico at Is 6d per yard Meus' cotton stockings at per pair 4s Fen knives at 6s each The Launceslon A...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED IN THIS PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 April 1829

? ^ SKIP -$j!jj^ NEWS. . AltKlVED IN TIMS FOUT. On the 2-ltli,— Tlie \Vati:uloo, from Sydney, F,. IJ. Oi.nniM.n Muster, wiili a valuable cargo, u'liyignpcl ((» Thomas Williams, Ksq. I'a-wngi-rs, — A!i=. UPKiibctli Barker, Timothy Nawhii, Esq. Mr. C'IiuiJl'S Voung, John Heu'son. EAI1XD F-tlOM TIUS PORT. . On 20-!i, — For Sy.ilnev, the .Curkekcy Lass, ?apt. t'AncAin1, with a 'general cargo. On tlie 251 h,— For Londoii,Hl)e burque Coiio NET, Cant. T. M. Da mix, with a cargo of wool smd baric. Passi-mri-i'S,— Miv II. 0. licclier, Mr. John Foster, Mr. Tristram Fleming. AltRlVkD IS I101URT TOWN. ,,.. On the J8(h,— Tlie transport barque JSeorjGI* ana, C-ipt. Thomson, with 1G9 male prisoners from London, and several Passengers.1' ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1829.' [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 April 1829

LAVNCESTON ADFEJiTISER. MONDAY, APUIL 27, 1829.' It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel (Illusion; but in the discharge of I his duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly 'free foni the arrows of ; those who are interested in preventing the /TCg'is of truth, from confronting and disti;-atiug their power. ' ' fRinEHi^enders vain hope*, vain aims, inor dinate desires, distempered', and discontented thoughts.' Fkide is a kind of excessive and vicious self 'esteem, that mises meu in their own opinions above what is just and right. This is almost the only weakness which men seem indiiTerent about concealing from the eyes of the world, and is, nevertheless, more ne cessary to be concealed, io order to further tiie wishes of those who indulge in it, than . any ether. ? The object of the proud is to acquire ven eration, honor, and respect ; and they fool jshly suppose that a lofty, authoritative de portment will command it. But although a supercilious carriage is apt to br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 April 1829

NOTICE to CORRESPONIitfNTS. 'LINES' On the 'UNICORN'S' Tail, in our next should circumstances ?f arrant it. ^ ft s Ed: Should be yladto receive any other subject from the name masterly pen. The country Magistrate is under cons ideration. 31 rs. A. S. SI — . on the comforts to be found in traversing the Hobarl Town .streets compared fo our filthy streets came too late jar insertion this week.

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THE LIGHT O'LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 April 1829

THE LIGHT O'LOVE. As lon^ as she's constant, So long I'll prove true; I And then if the changes,— I Why bo can 1 too! I care not that her look is gay, And that l'cr bt(-l' IS 'S'1' . Ami tlial she leads the hunt by day, And leads the dance by night; That she can come to any call, I Ami Mill (o any key; I And be; as beautilul to all, I As ehe lus been to me. I I care not lhat her lips are mute, I And Hushed her bearuiiiK brow, I When oilier fingers wake the lute, I Which mine are wearying now; I lcare not that her whim repays I The music and (he line, I With brighter smile and warmer praise I Than e'er «he nave to mine. I Ay, p^ss her hand!— my gift may gleam I Around its whiteness yet; I But you may well (ogive the dream I Which she can m- forget; I I loved her only for thu c)r;ss ? 01' chance and change she won-; ? And trust me I should love her lest, I If she could love me more!

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STEAM NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 April 1829

I STEAM NAVIGATION'. I The benefits « hich would :-cn ue to this Count) I if the. Merchants, and ihe wealthy 1 armer, aiie I Graziers would join together and subscribe a lunU B luliicienl lo jini'diise and work out to tln*sn Colir I nits aStfiu I'nrhet of 150 to 250 Ions, would b« ? almost incalculable. This would i-nturr b piolii ? ol at least cent percent upon the outlay ol capital. ? Should this desiderata lie brought iutoictie.n B here, it would not only benefit the proprietors, B but it would become n great public benefit. B The distance between this place nnd Sydney it B at least 10 dnyssail upon an average, Steam Aovt ? nation would reduce it to 3 or 4 days journey . B] iiuuibers ivoold then take a trip to Sydney ami Bj back, who ramioi afford lo waste the time which Bj vessels now take ; and many of the Sydney resi Bj dentsi would in like manner visit this town; nil BJ or neatly all tin; passengers who go lo Sydney Bj now from lioburt Town would (lock over here. BJ thereby i...

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