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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. f{ The Devil' is a Gentleman we are not parti tulaiiy mixious of corresponding with; how* *ver,as it would appear, in n't, in the course of his petatnbula'ions, Hobart Town has occurred to bun as a place suited for a temporary stay ai fcast, perhaps His Satanic Majesty would condescend to inform us, (in cunfuroiuy with wur r- quest last \vceh; oi me many names ana titles lie is known by, which is the real one; when we promise him ihat ihe communication addressed to his *? worthy friend,' as he terms ' the tfxecmioner of the Law at Port Dai ry m pie,' shall obtain a place. N. B. — vYe understand that an 'august Perso nage/' having been lately appointed Special Pleader iu ' the Courts below,'* with an additional salary for the office of a. kipper-in, has kindly signified his intention of coming over this way, to practise a little previous to his departure for the fetvgiao shores. W7e promise him a warm reception, which may prove of the most essential service in prep...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

To the Editor*/ the fasmankn* II Certainly is a fine thing for me that you have *et up a Pbper Factory here ;;,. for * astfwre Voui Sir, if you had not happened! to been mak ing these Papers here just at this time, I must have given ja job of writing to Lenigin the law* y«V who must be a Jong-headed chap too, God bless him ! for he always used to do my little husinets so verfite: but, just before I got mar ked, we fell out, Jor he, told Bill— my nusband now, fe know, Sit— thai! employed him to vrite a wal&itmtip Jem Whitehead, another young lad 1 was th4n courting in this here Launceston, and we never spoke since ! Bui, as I was going to observe— ?dear me, Vtn so flurrufied you can't think, /or fear trf Bill catching me— pray ex cuse the spelling, my hand ^shakes so 1 — this is what I want you to say, just to kation that 'ere Bolus, I think they call him, from walking and figuring so much before my vindows? All the neabors says I must discourage him ; he knows veil I don't !...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

PUBLIC NOTICE. T AUNCESTON [IACES4 will, as usual, take **^ place on Monday and Tuesday, the 21st and 23d of March ensuing. ? First Day.— -A( Purse of One Jundred and Twenty Dollars, given by the Inhabitants of I*aunceston, for,T-vo-year-old Colis and Filleys, brttfT ia the Colony, carrying feather weight. — I-te..t*, One Mile and a Half, — 'Entry; Eight Doi ars. r ? , ? ?''?'? Sevond jp-zy.— A Sweepstake of Five Pounds each, with £igb-y f)ollars added,' for all deno xuin;t[iutis. Three-year-old carrying 6 stone 12'hs; Four-year-old, 7sione6!bs; Fiveyear o;J, 8*stone 2lbs; Six-year-old, 8 stone I2lbs; Aged, $ static 2lbs. Mares' and Geldings at lowed 31 us. Heats, Two jVlifes. ' ' Ail Horses, &c. 'to he named and emered at JVJr. kic hah d White's., Launcestoh Hotel. N. B.— rtlie following Colts are ' already } named for the First Day's Race*. 'Talisman,' out of Venus, 'b'y' Harlequin'; ' George, out of Old Agnus, Smith's Ueckton ; Diamond, out of Princess, . by Heck ton ; an...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

THETASMAN1AN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence* ... « Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in I-auaceston : — Wheat, 10s. per bushel ; barley, 5- per ditto fsfoutoesj 7s- per cWt ;jbeef».5d. . per Ib ; mutton, 5d. per lb; pork, jM* per lb ; butter, 38^ 6d. per Jb ; cheese, Is. 6d; per Ibj ei;gs, is. ^i. per tlozen ; hay, £6 per ton. %*.JRta Editor of the Tasmcaiian respectfully tegs leave to inform his Advertising fiends,' that, in consequence of the inconvenience and great, delay occasioned by untimely notices rcs petting Advertisements, ?wne can-be received, ' in future, after Twelve O'Clock on the Monday preceding Publication.

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

I JTEsl MT/\/:i INTELLIGENCE. The following extract of a letter from one of our .CoiYrspoofknU at New Zealand, will throw considerable light on the subject oi colonizing IV^w Zealand with British subjects, which was mentioned some few months since : *? We have just been favoured with the copy of a letter sent to Mr. Kendall from a German lWon. residrfiir in London, with whom Mr. K. was acquninted when in England. It goes to inform him, that he, the Baron, is sending out a considerable number of mechanics of ever}' description, with all things requisite to form a free settlement and Colony in Hew Zealand, and that he might expect their arrival in ihe months of August or September of the present (last) year. The land is already purchased by Mr. Kendall, from the natives of Skukaama, where they intend to settle. How far this speculation may answer, it is impossible to conjecture. As Mr. K. epe&ks of great things* 1 hope it may answer.** By the arrival of the ship St. Michael we...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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THE DEVON PORT COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

TH E DEVON PORT COLUMN. Devon* poet, August 14. — Thursday last -12ih iiistani), being the anniversary t»f theuatal day of otir Sovereign, was fixed upon as the most appropriate for laying the foundation-stone of this noble pillar; which wiJl form at once the paWic^rnaHientof'the town, and be a lasting memorial of the public spirit and loyalty of its itthabiiafiis. At eleven o'clock ihe comtnis. ciAn^ire At ' i4\» '. nanch. and Ct&Ylt-t at*nt\t-ntfrn ac. semfeled at ihe Town /hall (where a beautiful inodeJ o^ the intended column was exhibited), and iobrfkhev twelve walked in procession to the **fK-t sefeieied for the scife, near the old wind mil', preceded by the amateur tfehds wftli ihe bea*He* tsn'l peace *-fficers bearing their'gilded stitlFs.9 and followed by thousand a of spectators. After* tVe f'dundatiori-stbiie had H-eeri f aid, with* flit? tistia! ceremonies, by R. itodd, Esq.' corn, whie, And oil, were poured upon it, and in a glass txM\&tyr( pired for th« ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

?* . .? * ? ? a   DVERTISER. 23, 1825. [NUMBER 8. Sale by Auction.                     To be Sold by Public Auction, by Mr. W. WHITCHURCH, at Reibey's Wharf, To-mor-                 row, the 23d Instant, at 12 o'Clock precisely, THE BOAT formerly advertised as being     found on the West Hunter's Island by the   Slope William and Ann.   FOR SALE, at the Stores of WILLIAM SMITH, opposite the Court, House, Ca-   meron Street,— London, Particular Madeira, old     crusted Port, and bery superior Sherry in bottle, imported by the Deveron. W. S. recommends the above Wines to his Customers as of the first quality, and well worth their attention. &nbs...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 16 February 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. Sir, When a mother loses her child, or a man his hog, I believe it is the usual practice in small towns to send the bell-man round to alarm and acquaint the inhabitants of the loss, at the same time offering a reward for their recovery ; but with us, Sir, 'tis quite different ; for when our Magistrates, whose duty it is to attend at the Police Office from 11 o'clock until the trials are   over (and God knows there are enough of them for that purpose) should happen to be wanted, which is frequently ihe case, for something oc other, you may meet a Constable at the coroner of every street, with fear in his face, crying, ' Sir, have you seen any of the Magistrates ? - there are a number of prisoners at the Office, it is now near two o'clock, and not a Justice of the Peace to be found !" Business, Mr. Editor, called me to the Office the other day, when I heard a case for drunken ness, and that on the Sabbath-day too, decided in favour of the d...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian. Sir, Having lately solicited Government for aa assigned Crown servant, I was happy to hear that my request had been granted, being at that time an entire stranger, and in particular want oE a valet-de-chambfe ; however, Sir, you may guess with what surprise I heard the fellow say, upon being told to gj along with me, that he never served a settler in his life, and that he never wouid as lonir as finvcmmpm mnU c*a him a da/s work ! Now, Sir, as I am not quite clear upon the point whether he could be cam. pelled to leave Government employ and serve me, or whether it is optional wiib him (as some seem to insinuate) perhaps you, or one of you* abler Correspondents, will be kind enough u» solve at your earliest couvenieace ; for youoiust observe, Sir, that although i never would dlow wniul contempt to escape will* impunity, where* it merited reprehension ; yet,oa ibe other hand, 1 over am as careful to preaem my food oamr, and to keep my conduct blanket* t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

PUBLIC -NOtlCE. ;f '?^ place on Monday and, Tuesday, the $l$u and 223 of March ensuing, i ? .. * \r, .r. :j -'iij-1 'First' Day.— A Purse of One iiundred and. Twenty , Dollars, given by . tbe Inhabitant*? ^of Launcrston, for Two-jear-old Coite and Jjiijeya, bred in the Colony,* carrying feather Aveiglti .-rs Heats/ One Mile and a Haif.-s-fiiitiy, - Eight Dollars. 'f\ ?'? ? . .= '-.- - ? ? ...-.- :-.? Second Day. — A Sweepstake of Five Pound* eacli; ' with High f v Dollars ^dded, tor all dt.qo in matrons. Itiree year-old carrying fj etone, 1 2ibs ; ?Ftwirt-year-D^d?' 7 suoae 6 b* ; L pi ve y earr oia^'S stone £Jbs ';'?' Six year «^ld,- 8 stone 121 bs ; Aged. 9 sione ^Ibs. ' Mares aad. Geldings aK lowed 5ibs. tieats, 3/w&.M»iles,. ... . ,. All Horses, Sic. to tee named. anfl.ew 68^4- a* 3d r;v*.R re h X\tb W'H i t »# a, Lj**nc«sit*n ^«*tel . t-N.* B.— The following CoUs are- already named for i^e First. Day's Race.; Talisman,, obi of Venus, by Harlequin ; 'George,, out, of Old...

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THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

THfiTASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. * Weekly Return of the Price* of Articles in Launceston : — Wheat, 10s. per bushel; barley, h\. per ditto ;j|Pt-$P^s, Jfi. gx?r cw?t ; Jbeef^^d. , per Ib ; nautto^^juie^ft) ; por«j 94^^Pib ;Fi butter, 3^6-i^pe^^ cheese, ^tM^{M&%v! eggs, I *. O). J-eir uuzeo ; tiay, £5 per ton. StoW NEWS.— At- ri?et!f on Friday last, at the Launceston Bat, Bis Mfrjesty 's colotiiaHctiOO ner Waterloo, Mr. J£jng liortie/m aster, from Jwacquarie Harbour, with Htion pin#». 'Arrived-, on Monday last, the colonial cttltcr Speedwell, Mr. Petisoo, master, from Sydney, with a cargo of merchant -JIf-?. ' ' A few Ifiays back, tbe schooner Gover nor SorelJ, Mv. Skeltou, master, ~ prj|~ into Western Port to clear her bottom! She has procured between four and five hundred seal skins, by purchase, in the Straits. The Waterloo brings word of another diabolical.aiteju.(pXatiuuriJiejr. TJireewui*. aw ays halving beeu lately ap...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

To the Editor of the Taimanian. I recollee* thnt you, ?omc time ago, in aa. Wrting to ttie miserably mutilated state of our currency bills, strongly recommended the Fnha. bii..ni3 only to receive such a« were not patch*- cl anil sowed together ; however, Sir, I hope if we are compelled still to witness your friend1/ admonition totally disl^gar|^,^if|hw panics or two, for instance, rflative to the manner m which these bills *iiltiWQa''y ?|**te^ uPon ina Public, and then t^Jrcc the ^irtificrfcs lesorred to by some of these seif-erecteu bankers in otder ; to keep them afloat- ._ ?.. r ^ In the first place, then, it is not all uncommon ' for a man driving merely a little chandler-shop business, to pique, himself upon th*» respectabj- ? lity of his profession ; and, finding himself ca pabJe of building castles m the tthvaertialfy sets * Ins brain lo work about raising a house diiing for a prince; resolves, counter-reaolve*, and^ plans innumerable, are then formed in order to commence imm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

ADtEftTISEME1SfT$. M ^ : — 0Q0000 ? TO be SOLD, or LET, TpWNSEND, COTTA0 E, the .Property pf '^. LfTTp, situate n«ar Government House. In either cajftyr the mode of Payment will be marie tbciui^SmF fconvenience of a Tenant pr Purchaser/ °t*Eor further Particolars, abpJy tofrtfie Proprietor. ' liir ty ANTED, a steady sober MAN, of'«hek ! f cep^onable good Ghar^cterj who isicfcpal? ble of acting as Wareijousemao and Jookiog after ©saddle horse :— Apply to Mr. Bhireul/v Launceston. '. ,: ;.-: ... ?...?./ ;.'.,-.:. « ';..t*:-l jTl/JR: REIBEV begs Leave to aVqutitif M^ '-'*'? Settlers indebted to, the late Pirnt of Tub?. Imas'Reibe\ and Co. as well' as tohimst-Vff ihst good clean Wheat will i-e received b.t i-)s. pvr ^Bushel, and ft hose foiling to retire ilieir t/f»!*g^a-^* tionsj will be soed at the next Siitin^s of irii-? |Ci¥iJ Couris, as well as those who failed in' rh-*ri* Written Contracts for the delivery of Wheat during the latier part of the last Season. Reibey's Wharf; Feb. 21...

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POET'S CORNOR. DISAPPOINTED LOVE. Credula res amor est—OVID MET. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

POET'S CORNER. Disappointed love. Credule res amor est — Ovid. Met. When the beamings of love had enraptur'd my breast, A breast free from care and from sorrow ; Suspicion «ne**iwcifl»sJ*»«fc fc*ita)5Mofce*t,' v \- Oo the ominous lap^ Jo-«n.orrpw« : ^ . . But Mary* deceived me, and flew from my arms, And from this a ktfld lesson I'll borrow ; ft£f*M Qiipid again i brmv**rotmd me hii charm?, ? l^ttfd him begone till t6-mn-rrow. Wfeeti tomorrow arrives, frith ibe sternness of Jove, - And the coldness of icy December, . Fii say to iiiin, 'Cupid. I ne'er more can love, Until I can cease to remember. Until ail remembrance for ever depart, ' Of a being so faithless, oh ! never Ajjain cao impression be made on this heart, j vVhh a love which no mortal can sever.' \ Alnne and neglected, Ml pine in the shade, . For 1 hate the gay worid and its plea-ur-»s; Unknown in seclusion I'll lay down. my head, -Nor envy the miser his tieasunes. *I3he breezes of morning HI daily inhale, lire the sun sha...

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British Extracts, DOWN TO THE LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

British Extracts, DOWN TO THE LATEST DATES. A MATRIMONIAL HOAX.— An advertisement                 appeared a short time ago, in one of the London morning papers, which purported to be from a gentleman in want of a female of good disposi- tion, and a cultivated mind, possessing fortune sufficient to give the advertiser (a surgeon) the means of establishing himself in practice, and who was willing to become the partner of his domestic comforts through life, by accepting him as a husband ; in answer to which a young gentleman of Bridge water addressed a letter, ac- cording to the directions of the advertisement, describing himself as a Miss Lucy Upland, the   daughter of a late merchant in Bristol, and pos- ssessing independent fortune, but who, from the circumstance of her mother having married a second time, wished particularly to alter her situation in life, and who w...

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LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 23 February 1825

LATEST SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE We understand that Colonel BALFOUR, of the 40th Regiment, it intended to succeed Co- lonel CAMERON, of the Buffs, in the Govern-   ment of Port Dalrymple.         Yesterday the 26th ult. being the XXXVIITH Anniversary of the Establishment of Australia as a British Colony, the Royal Standard was displayed at Dawes' Battery, from whence a       salute was fired at noon -in honor of the day. A dinner, commemorative of this auspicious           event, was held in the evening at Hill's Tavern, Hyde Park, which was well attended in point of number and respectability. The President was   William Charles Wentworth, Esq; and the Vice President William Redfern, Esq.         Captain FENNELL, the new Commandant of   Bathurst,...

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POET'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 March 1825

V O E T ' S C 0 R N E hi O\if fairer than ihe mountain tnow OYr which the polar breezes blow, Which living footstep never press'd,— ; Oh, fairer, purer, is ih'y breast. Beneath thy cheek, 0 lorely maid, Some rose by stealth iU;|faf.coQvey'd» To shed its bright and h-raut$f-us dye* And still ilipyai^iilgablo^ip^ppli^ ^, The tressk^offithy stfteo Jhafrv* ro i' As cQVii^jftiis*!, areniofr'iintJ fuir;^ ''1 Bright wWiu£ o'er lhy*j|raeefu1 neck, Its pure and tender snow to deck. * ^.veei Si flic niching hi akic li$ng, .' ' /'?'ft'liqttftl notes', upf»n thy r6n^ue -1 ** i Whose topes might death himself controuL' Add call again i\\ expiringlsouL ''''''' *

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A CHARACTER. (IMITATED FROM POPE.) [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 March 1825

A CHARACTER. (IMITATED FROM POPE.) When first Bombastes, now of his:h renown^ Essay'd an Author's fortune in the Town — Twas all the wit his noble soul could vent, To wear ao eye -glass ajnd to flatter Bent. Each lengthy phrase the Lexicon could 3riej-i Help'd him, at last, some lines of ver*e to build ; Then .tried he prose : Ten-syllabled words alone Might speak his wisdom to the wondViog *owa i\O\V. filiserl In crnirlo urliorA ha r%*i/-*a. l^nt on rtn^-*- r ? — - — --^ ? *' i^uiuv M LAWS v» Ift^. \£XlVt\, IV**AV QVJL7 LMJ1 1& His own ' original'' vein is quite ' a moit;' Wit , borrowed all, and plagiaria'd, he sends To fill the Weekly which his' Patron vends : The fawning braggart ' steneograpbs' for hire, The 'outrag'd weak one' dubs himself Esquire! So some adventurer, of doubtful name, Trudges to town, and seeks a waiter's fame ;-? Apish and smart, he each devoir can pav, With trite remark from some oft acted play; Then, in a c ^-^ ^SPf'' PORT O4LRY¥fLS ' \ .,, - SinUd...

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 March 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian* Mr, If you think the enclosed applicable Id Mon sieur, by giving it a place in an early Number you will oblige many of your Readers, particu larly your humble servant, R. L. M.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 2 March 1825

? ? — ? — ' -w -w 'w -w ^ -^ -^ -^ ?^p ^^ ^^^ - ADVERTISEMENTS, ????oooooo.-.. JVOTICE.— To be LET, for the term of 6v* years, thai truly desirable Farm called DALNESS, situate to the eastward of and ad joining Captain Barclav's Farm, rnnsistincr «f 500 Acres, 100 of which are cleared and in cuU tivation. It is well watered, aBd the soil equal to any in rtiat District ; being in possession, at the same time, of a Run equal to the feed of 1000 Sheep, and having a comfortable Cottagfe situate thereon. A capital Team of six Bul locks, with plough, harrow, aud harness coia- plete, if required, will be let with it. For fur* iher Particulars apply to the Proprietor, Dona'd M'Donald, or to Allan M'Kinnon. Launceston, February 22, 1825. ? ir-fi i riKTYRDNE7 ALMANACK8, J IF, w*i«di jper the Alligator, auH OH *f SALE at thfr 6rtice of ih, TaJmamY' Oimitiete Street, Launreston,atew C,piei of 4be AUSTRALIAN POCKET JLMJNJCK. & Pribc—IW Rupets' - -, ... ? ? Jil'SOM SALTS. !*' QH SALE, at ...

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