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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 11 July 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. /'JtíHL T?OR ¿ONDON DIRECT.-The fine ? JËSSl ? fast-iailtog First Class Ship ffan stead, Lieutenant Wilí.iAm.Langdon, R.N.Com- mander, will;returnVtb this Port, from"Sidney, ob or abêtit the 1st August, and will positively leavefor. London direct, in 30 days from that date., ; Lieutenant.Langdon will make, liberal ad van ces on Shipments'of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of. Expense, at the .Stores of the undersigned. " The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, *nd carries au experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to / Kemp 8c Co., Agents. WohartTpwn, MaygQ, 1828» ¿Frrí0f)t ano Hatftfagf. ^SS» T70R ¿ONDON DIRECT-The fine jSHSSF. M? fast-sailing first class Ship Wan- stead, William Langdon, R. N. Commander, will return from Sydney on or before the 18th .- July, to fill up for the above Port. Early appli cation ii ,. requested to be made for Freight and Passage to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 July 1828

I t kolonial abborntr. NOW Publishing, by A. Bent, at the Co lon,aï Tilue» Office, in Elizabeth-street, ' No. 5, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tdsma / nian Mbnthly Review did Register"-price, ös. y Leading Article on the depressed 1 s State of Van Diemen's. ,L,an<Í. y, *-, IV. $ $ Leading Article oMhe depressed / ' » ,8&te of few Soqtb.'W*|e¿. IV. ' u % THE COLONIAL PRESS .. ' THE TASMANIAN PRESS «-- «r The^Six Acts, or the Shackles on the Press .'.. History o.f^the origin, rise, and -< ? . J, " progress of the Van «Piemen's. , < ' .Land* Company ....; .'iV..... «1 Colonel Arthur and the Tasj- t manían Journals. \ Critique on Cunningham's New ^ ' , ''South Wales .........;'...." > increase >of Crime.\. English Papers and Botany Bay i ^ j ^ Premium for Robberies-con- , _/, ' V-dition of servants in New South ( ¡ , ,,,/ Wales-want of convicts-with ' j I tl»e remarks of the Colonial Ad-' ¡ vocate and the Australian ."./,» thereon .f... ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 18 July 1828

FREX&HT AND PASSAGE. 1 , , , i, i ,r iJi' £3)ip.^an0tçatt*,,> ¡'DR LONDON DIRECT.-The iinev _ fast-sailing. First Class Ship fF*n> stead, Lieutenant William Langdon, R. N. Com- mander, will return to this Port, from Sidney, on or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date: ! Lieutenant Laugdoji will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments df Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, .free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned.' - i The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an 'experienced Surgeon. / For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board j or, to Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, lVIay 20,1828. _? ' &tciQt)t an* $)afwasr. vtâM* "ÜOR LONDON DIRECT.-Thç fine vSX&ti ?*? fast-sailing first class Ship Wan , steady WiLt.tAM Langdon, R. N. Commander, 'will return from Sydney on or before the .18th July, to fill up for the aboVe Port...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 July 1828

COLONIAL ADVOCATE NOW Publishing, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No. 5, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Register" - price, 6s. Leading Article on the depressed   State of Van Diemen's Land.. Leading Article on the depressed State of New South Wales.... THE FRENCH PRESS .... THE COLONEL PRESS.. THE TASMANIAN PRESS The Six Acts, or the Shackles on the Press. History of the origin, rise, and Progress of the Van Diemen's Land Company ..'.. Colonel Arthur and the Tas- manian Journals. Critique on Cunningham's New South Wales .   Increase of Crime. English Papers and Botany Bay Premium for Robberies - con- dition of servants in New South Wales-want of convicts - with the remarks of the Colonial Ad- vocate and the Australian (thereon.   Duelling in England, and in New South Wales. European Politics.,. ......   Latest English News :-the Bri- tish Ministry - Russia and Per- si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 25 July 1828

FXUBIQBX AW» PASSAGE. *£ff. 1?0a LONDON DIRECT.-The fine TaBUr ??? fast-sailing First Class Ship /T«m> «tearf, Lieotenant William Langdon, II. N. Com* mander, will retara to this Port, from Sydney, oa or about the 1st August, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan. ces on Shipments of Wool. Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted uç for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. .. . For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Laxgbox, oh board ; or, to Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, May 20,1828. Freigut an* pacage. ^jSS&ss T7011 LONDON DIRECT.-The fine ' ySHOri J- fast-sailing first class Ship Wan ^ieadt William Langdon, R. N. Commander, daily expected to return from Sydney, to fill np for the above Port. Early application is request- ed to be made for Freight and Passage to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 August 1828

FRSXCtBT AND PASSAGE, j Stup OTanateao\ 10R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine fast-sailing First Class'Ship fFan ^XTieotenant William Langdon, R. N. Com mander, daily expected to return to this Port, from Sydney, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers m very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. , -.' For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, May 20,1828. tfxtiffàt an* Hmww» 'OR LONDON DIRECT.--The fine ^_. fast-sailing first class Ship Wan steady William Langdon, R. N. Commander, daily expected to return from Sydney, to fill up for the above Port. Early application is request- ed to be made for Freight and Passage to the Undersigned. " ' For the comfort and accommodation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 1 August 1828

Colonial ajibárate JUST Published, by A. Bent; at the Co lomal Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No. 6, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Regiiter"-price, 6s. CONTAINING History of the Origin, Rise, and Progress of the Van Diemen's. Land Company, (which will be concluded in our next).... Increase of Crime. 'The Australian Review-on Po- pulation-Taxation-America, &c. &c.'.. . ' Tasmauian Wool. Crown Lands.*. Mr. Canning. , Van Diemen's Land Company .. Sir Walter, Scott ...;.,. \ The Man of the World. ¡Embezzlement. .London Police.....'. Tread Mill .<... Macquarie Harbour .....;. Rape on Children . x Taxes .'.. ' A Song, by the Convict, in Van ' Diemen's Land.* Illiberal conduct of the Bank of 'England. Mrs. Fry's visit to Ireland ...... " Interesting to those liable to Ar- rest., Employment for the Poor . ,. Grafting Pears. . Fresh Air... Stamp Duty in India. On the Management of Hay in Ireland. The King's Speech. Ministers in ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 August 1828

FREXtS-HT AND PASSAGE. *£S" Ti!<OR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine "gaBBr -T fast-sailing First Class Ship fFan stead. Lieutenant William Langdon, R. N» Com- mander, daily expected to return to this Port, from Sydney, and will positively leave for London direct, ifl 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which wilL I be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superipr style, and carries an experienced Surgeon, i For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to Kemp 8c Co., Agents. Hobart Tjown, May 20,1828. , ¿Pmgfit ann 13a#öagc» *£«!, T?OR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine ^ft&lff. "j fast-sailing first class Miip Wan- stead, Wibmam Langdon, R. N. Commander, daily expected to return from Sydney, to fill up for the aboye Port. Early application is request- ed to be made for Freight and Passage to the Undersigned. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 8 August 1828

Colonial 3í»Uor¿«<\ JUST Published, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial. Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No. 6, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Register"-price, 5s; « . CONTAINING History of the Origin, Rise, and .^Progress of the Van Diemen's t Land Company, (which will be concluded in our next)........ Increase of Crime . The Australian Review-on ,vPo- , pulation-Taxation-America, . &c. &c. Tasmanian Wool..*... Crown Lands. Mr. Canning ..'.'.,.., Yan Diemen's Land Company .. Sir Walter Scott. The Man of the World ........ Embezzlement.' London Pólice.^......... Tread Mill ..'. Macquarie Harbour .......... Rape-on Children . Taxes. A Song, by the Convict, in' Van Diemen's Land. Illiberal conduct of the Bank of England . Mrs. Fry's visit to Ireland . ' Interesting to those liable to Ar- rest . Employment for the Poor . Grafting Pears. Fresh Air. Stamp Duty in India . On the Managements of Hay in Ireland.'. The King's Speech. Min...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 August 1828

F&EZCMOT AnrXl PASSAGE. AÄSw T/OR LONDON DIRECT.-^Tha fine wEMl?.?."??? fast-sailing First Class Ship!/fan a/eßrf, Lieutenant William Langdon, E; N. Com- mander, daily expected to . return to this Port, from Sydney, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. , Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal , advan- ces. on'Shipments of < W;Ool,'Oil, Skins,, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. * The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. ' .*, .'?"'. y-.s; ??:<?.' For Freight or Passage, apply to .Lieutenant 'Langdon, on board j or, to '. .?., .',., Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart TowniMá^ 20^1828. -j' If ^reigfjt imö jßMmge. \ .flSgl, X»OR^ LONDON DIRECT.^The fine *m$¡ÍL .?? fast-sailing first class Ship .Wan- stead* William Langdon,; R;N. Commander, dailyexpected to return from Sydney, to 'fill up for the above Port. Early a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 August 1828

Colonial Jtobottitr« JUST Published, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No.G, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Registe?'-price, 5s. CONTAINING History of the Origin, Rise, and Progress of the "Van Diemen's Land Company, (which will be concluded in our next)..'.'? Increase of Crime. The Australian Review-on Po- pulation-Taxation -America, &c. &c. Tasmanian Wool. Crown Lands. Mr. Canning ............ Yan Diemen's Land Company . » . Sir Walter Scott.U The Man of the World ...... I. Embezzlement. London Police. Tread MiU. Macquarie Harbour . Rape on Children . Taxes . A Song, by the Convict, in Van Diemen's Land. Illiberal conduct of the Bank of England . Mrs. Fry's visit to Ireland . Interesting to those liable to Ar- rest. Employment for the Poor. Grafting Pears.'..<¥*. Fresh Air. Stamp Duty in India. On the Management of Hay in'w Ireland. The King's Speech. Ministers'in Parliament. Denmark .. ». Du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 August 1828

FREIGHT AXfI> ¡PASSAGE. ,l ¥71011 LONDON DIRECT.-The fine . *?' x fàst-aailibg First Class Ship /Tan «.m«« Jew tenant Wii,mam;Langdon, R¿'N.Com "oiander, â«tflyie*pected to return' to this Por^, fron Sydney, and will positively leave for London direct) in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused,, frettaf Expense, at the Stores of thÇjundersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in ?very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to l I I i Kemp 5c Co., Agents. Hobart Town, May 20,1828. dFrooJt ano Damage. " , «SS,. "IT011 LONDON DIRECT.-The J fine TKmJF J? fast-sailing first class Ship t Wart stead, William Langdon,!R. N. Commander, daily expected to return from Sydney, to fill up for the above Port. Early application^ request- ed to be made far'Freight and*Passage) to 'the Undersigned. i c . » ¡F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 August 1828

Colonial Advocate JUST Published, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-street, No. 0, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Register"-price, 6s. t ^ ^CONTAINING ^ ^¿ft. History, of the Origin, Rise, and £y ^ ^Progress of the Van Diemen's KW »». Land Company, (which will be concluded in our next). Increase of Crime. The Australian Review-on Po- ;i * J ' " L. pulation-Taxation-America, ¿i!» &C. &C ».*'t ¿Tasmanian Wool .0 > ^,\, >, Crown. Lands ...... i.,\ 'i*?-\v £. Mr. Canning .V. \. ,\ f !'. ',l ° L 3 Van, c Diemen's Land Company ó;-. >* \*> ¡ ! Sir Walter Scott J....1....'/. f' ' *' ** h'' ^ ** 'j" V»VR vii! The Man of the World .» '«'>' fj 'Embezzlement.,.".,ui/ <,<-, i t>, * London Police.v. rvr,.. ~.v-~ ~ - Tread Mill ,i»A *j -.», *f-v *3 _, , _ i i ' i /»i ti i Macquarie Harbour. , . I ^ ' r.u-14 l « ' J >*''<« ^' ' I Kape on Children.v...., ," ,\ir t Taxes .i.......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 August 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. *££.. "ÜOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine "Waar X* fast-sailing First Class Ship Wan "'ead, Lieutenant William Langdon,'»* N. Com- mander, daily expected to return to this Port, from Sydney, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 day s from that date. v * Lieutenant Langdon will make libera^advan ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or/Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers m very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. , _. . For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, May 20,1828. ¿Trum anti m##w*' ¿¡SSL TTOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine "XfePSrl -F fast-sailing first class Ship Wan stead) William Langdon, R. N. Commander, daily expected to return from Sydney, to fill up for the above Port. Early application is request- ed to be made for Freight and Passage to the Undersigned. For the comfort and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 August 1828

V9? 20 Pounds Reward. / ^ HËRËÀS, some evil-dispoéed ^ Person or Persons, having late- ly entered the Garden belonging to i t. the Estate of the late Mr. Bartholo :ÄÄ ,n mew Broughton, deceased, at New .':S^pfeA town» and feloniously taken there l$mV;'v%í '''' fr°m> at thee several times, the fol Äw li * lowing valuable Fruit Trees : 0^m^àë^ ". Twenty-foür Apple 'Tire es. Two Cherry ditto. ;;; , , One Green Gage ditto. S^s-.:-»* Four Orlean ditto. J ii One Pear ditto. ''! A Reward of TWENTY POUNDS , \l - is hereby offered, on the Discovery i v^ oi ; and Conviction of the Offender or /^ I ; , Offenders, which will be paid, by me, ii:w-".v -. -" the undersigned, *?i»vfeif; - A. BENT. F English Hay. OR SALE, a few Tons of English Hay, mixed with Clover, of the best quality in the Colony, at £ 14 per Ton.-Apply to ;" ?'??.. ' A.':;Bent., Publican's Licenses. PUBLICAN'S Blankrprinted Ap- plications for Licenses, to be had at the Colonial Times Office. LAUNCESTON . CANDLE MANUFACTORY. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 September 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. fOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine . . fast-sailing Flist Class Ship Wan- stead, Lieutenant William Langdon, R. N.Com nlander, daily expected to return to this Port, from Sydney, and will positively leave for London direct, in 30 days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, qr Bark, which will 'be warehoused, free of Expense^at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. ' / For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart Town, May 20,1828. dFmgïjt mío lla*#age« , ' js£&!, X?OR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine jjgJjaL -". fast-sailing first class Ship Wan sttad, William Langdon,.R. N. Commander, ¿aily expected to return from Sydney, to fill up for the above Port. Early application-is request- ed to be made for Freight and Passage to the Undersigned. # ' For the comfort ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 5 September 1828

Colonial Advocate NOW Publishing, by A. BENT, at the Co lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-stret,   No. 7, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and Register"-price, 6s. CONTAINING     Parliamentary Intelligence-Very interesting   Debates on Poor Emigration to New South       Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Sir Walter Scott's Life of Napoleon Buona   parte-Review of his Life-Napolean in his Youth-Passage of the Bridge of Ledi - Napoleon's simplicity of dress-Napoleon's humanity-Anecdote of Napoleon-Napo- leon's Government-Napoleen's want of candour-Napoleon as a Censor of <- the Press, &c. Rambles in New South Wales-In four Letters, signed X. Y. Z. written in that Colony, and published in the New Monthly Magazine for March, 1828. i «' l Dux Renatus-on the Ministry. í J,! , Edinburgh Fox Dinner-excellent speech of ' Mr. Jeffrey, on the principles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 September 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. *f)iP Wanatta»* ¿St,. T70R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine XSSBm. J-1 fast-sailing First Class Ship fTan !&,Lieutenant William Langdon, R. N.Com- mander, having returned from Sydney will sail direct for the above Port in Twenty Days. The Wanstead having taken in nearly the whole of her Cargo at Sydney and Oyster Bay, has only Roora for a few Tons of Goods. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant Langdon, on board ; or, to Kemp & Co., Agents. Hobart T<»wn, Sept. 12,1828.___ dFvtiçftt an* $awa0e. ¡«OR LONDON DIRECT.--The fine mMiuumm fast-sailing , first class Ship Wan «îcarf, "400 Tons burthen, Lieutenant William Langdon, R. N. Commander, having discharged the whole of her Car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 12 September 1828

Colonial 3ï>t>oriitr. NOW Publishing, by A. Bent, at the Co- lonial Times Office, in Elizabeth-stret, No. 7, of the " Colonial Advocate, and Tasma- nian Monthly Review and .Regrtsfer"-price, bs. CONTAINING Parliamentary Intelligence-Very interesting -. Debates on Poor Emigration to New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land: Sir Walter Scott's Life of Napoleon Buona- parte-Review of his Life-Napolean in his Youth-Passage of the Bridge of Lodi Napoleon's simplicity of dress-Napoleon's humanity-Anecdote of Napoleon-Napo- leon's Government-Napoleen's want of candour-Napoleon as a Censor of the Press, &c. Rambles in New South Wales-In four Letters, signed X. Y. Z. written in that Colony, and published in the New Monthly Magazine for March, 1828. Dux Renatui-on the Ministry. . Edinburgh Fox Dinner-excellent speech of Mr. Jeffrey, on the principles of Freedom. Blessings of Cheap Government-from Cob bett's Register. Colonial Letter Writer-a letter from some per- son in Sydney to s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 19 September 1828

FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. JOR LONDON DIRECT.-The fine ... fast-sailing First Class Ship fFau s/earf, Lieutenant WILLIAM LANGDON, R. N. Com- mander, having returned from Sydney will sail direct for the above Port in Twenty Days.1' The Wanstead having taken in nearly the whole of her Cargo at Sydney and Oyster Bay, has only Room for a few Tone of Goods. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advan- ces on Shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or ' Bark, which will be warehoused, free of Expense, at the Stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted up for Passengers in very superior style, and carries an ^experienced Surgeon. i ' l ' For Freight or Passage, apply to Lieutenant LANGDON, on board ; or, to KEMP & Co.,Ag«nt8. Hobart Town, Si-pt. 12, 1828._ ¿mi0Ot ana m^agc. , ~jS£%* "I70R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine "y»II?pl5r -T fast-sailing first class Ship Wan- stead, 400 Tons burthen, Lieutenant WILLTAM LANGDON, li. N. Commander, having discharged the whole of her Cargo for this Port, is now...

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