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SCHEDULE A. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 May 1830

SCHEDULE A. ? To (naming the Juror) ? You are hereby summoned to appear is »? Juror in the Supreme Court of Van Diemen'f ? Land to be holden at on the ? day of at o'clockinthe ? forenoon, and so fron day to day until job fl shall be by the said Court discharged froa ? further attendance H (Signature of Sheriff *r hit Deputy) H Dated this day '? of 18 ?

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 May 1830

General Post Office, Launceston, 14th May, 1830. LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS     T. Aly win Mr*., Allen John. 9. Bailey Willian, Barker Thoto*f, Btathe Klbelt^toMMi «. W., Boon*/ Rwry, Brown aenrj, Baker William, Browe Stephen. I C' Crawley F., Compton Ralph, Chapman F.   W., Coombs Thomas, Christie J., Clayton Jno., Charlton A., Carolan — — » Collins Thos. I D. I Dunconb JRliEabeth, Drwsod S. B., Dawes ?,, Davis — , Dowtett — — » I E- I Elder James. I F- I Fonlef Thomas, Forrester Thomas, Furner Bohn, Fitlgibbiogs Patrick. I °- I Oilfe* L. W., Gribble Nicholas, Gray ? . I ? Hojchci John, Hadson Alexander, Hoes ?ft.. Bodleji A.. Bins Katherine, Harris Eli pabeth, Hooper Mrs.) Barvie Captain, Her ? I.J. ? Isaacs Joshua, Inspector of Stock, Jacobs IDarid, Jones James. I Kenny Osorge. I ' - ? In I Lyons Charles, Land John, LncaE Saml. I Me Lean & Co., Me Donald Norman, Moore HUthard, Meggitt Mrs., Morgan Mary, Mai ietl Jane, Me Donald Donald...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 May 1830

General Post Office, . l.aunreston, Muy 22, 1830. THR Mail for England, per the .??hip Clansman, Capt. Ritchie, will MOT close before the 31st instant. A. WRYGHTB, Postmaster. THR Postmaster begs to notify to the Public, that on the 26th inst., -h-' Post Oftii.e will be. removed to Bri&feaue- street, opposite the Launcestoo Hotel. SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR, RICHAHD WHITE, At the Liiuncoston Hotel, on Saturday next, 29th ins*., at 12 o'clock :— 1HK best collection of FRUIT TREES, f»pr offered to the Public, a 'd which would be fouud parlinulnrly suit able to (he new Settler, coimsi ing of Ap ples, Peaches, Currants, Gooseberries and' Ch rrief, of from 2 to 3 years old, worked f --m the bpst scions to he obtained. A sampjp ot the voriotis lives may be seen at the residence of the Auctioneer. Money Agency Office. 1M1E Advertiser taking into consid eration the present griieiul pressure throughout the Colony, in regard to mony, wider snnrtiou ol the recent Act of Council ahrogaiiiie...

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(FROM THE CLARE JOURNAL.) Extract of a letter from Kilrush, dated the 19th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

(FROM THE CLARE JOURNAL.) Attract ef « fetter from Kitruih, iatti tht IQthUee. ' One of the most atrocious and savage ontrages ever recorded, was committed at about two o'clock this morning, at Drome* lihy, within four miles of this town, upon two men (brothers), of the name of Doyle, who were recently appointed drivers to the Westropp property in this neighbourhood, in which tney succeeded persons of the name of M'GrathjWho were discharged, I believe, for misconduct, by Mr. Westropp. This onducted themselves in it, brought upon the unfortunate Doyles the heavy vengeance of Terry Alt's boys, who attacked their house, which these broke into, and brought ont the two poor brothers, 6ne at a time, anfl- Oh » Horrible.— cut out their tongues. toother brother avoided a similar fate by hiding under a bed. This is all 1 can just tow communicate or this horrible transaction. - See»»rf Utter, 4*ted ihe iOtk D»«t*i, « The foHowingdiabolicaloutrawoce' J on the lands of Dromelifay on SatS mornin...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, MAY 31, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER MONDAY, MAY 31, 1830. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find his road perfectly free from the arrowa of those who are interested in preventing the £gis of truth from confronting and aisiipatiug their power. On the 14th of this present nooth * cause wag tried in tba Supreme Court of Morrisby v. Olding. It was for impounding' and selling- ? quantity of Cattle, and also for impounding ana afterwards driving off to a considerable distance ? large flock of. Sheep. . The evidence adduced, proved that the Cat tle had been seld in one lot, contrary to the wish of the persons present, and that they were aold at 23s. per head. The Sheep were returned, and only a few shillings charged. ' The verdict was given in favour of the Plaintiff for £80, subject to some points of law. .Our principal reason in bringing this before the Public, is to let them see the manly and truly independent manaer of t...

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SUAVITY OF ONE OF THE JURORS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

SUAVITY OF ON EOF TH£ JURORS* The Chief Justice Having on Friday last expressed a wish that the lime of inuriie on a particular day, could be ascertained, a person left the court to get an almanack, and on' his return, banded it to one of the Jurors, who go far forgetting that gentlemanly behaviour, which is the usual acepmpania ment of Military Officers, add to which; wo contemptuous and indigmnt manner pushed it from him ; and, as though the paper would desecrate the table at which us sa.t (because handed to him by a civilian,) he furiously pushed the Almanack off the table, contrary, we firmly believe,, to the wish of the rest of the Jury . Aud this was not the first iustapest of the rudeness ef this individual, feron* of oi*r most respectable cititens, a most amiable man, James Cox. J. P.,Eso,. beingmsk ed how he knew a certain pair of boots, turned to this man, this gentlemanly jurer and was in the act of poiutmg out the nark*, when he (the juror) pushed the boots away with a v...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

SUPREME COURT. . On Monday the Chief Justice opened the Court, and adjourned the sittings until Tues day. ''???- On Tuesday the Court again assembled. William Thomas was then arraigned for the murder of John VVarne, but some of the witnesses not being present, the Court ad ourned until Wednesday at 10 o'clock, when it again assembled, and the following pris oners were put to the bar, aad severally pleaded not guilty :— William Sfniirht far *f»alfnr fram Mr. Joseph James, at George town, Feby. 2nd, 1829, (nearly 16 months back, during which time he has been in gaol), 4 silver spoons, some knives, forks, Sir. ; James Marr, for stealing a shawl from Mr. Carolo on the 20th April, 1829' (this man has broke out of yael twice); Wm. Robertson, for stealing from Mr. Thomas Archer, 2 bottles of ale and 2 bottles of wherry, on the 2nd May, 1829; Robert Baker, for housebreaking and robbery at Mr. Woodward's, on the 26th of May, 1829; John Greeoaway and Samuel Chandler, lor stealing a £10 note f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

Buonaparte's Love letters.-— The fol lowing is the translation of a letter, dated ' Albenga, 16th Germinal (6lh of April), 1796 written by Buonaparte toafavountefait in Paris. He had left Paris on the 4 of March, three days before the battle of Monteiiotte place on the 12lh ot April, and that of Mil leBmi i on id? 14th. u It is an hour after midnight, a letter has jost been brought to me, the contents arc afflicting, my soul is affected by them,— they announce the death of Chauvet. He was enter commissary-general ot the army ; you have seen him with Barras. Sometimes, my dear friend, I feel the necessity of con soling myself by writing to you, the thoughts of whom have so powerful an in fluence on the moral state of my ideas, to whom I can pour out my troubles. What is the future i What is the past ? What are we ? What magical fluid surrounds us, and hides from us the the things which it behoves us to know f We are born, we live, we die, amidst wonders. Is it astonishing, thai pries...

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Thursday, 27th May. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

ThuriiTav* 17 Ih May. It 10 o'clock, A. M., the Court being as sembled, the following prisoners were ar raigned, and severally pleaded not guilty : James Marr, Robert Baker, William Rob inson and William Wilson, for various rob beries, and Edward Wise and John Hughes, for robbing Shadrach Fennel and William Woolstonecraft of some blankets, and cloth ing, which the prosecutors had hid in a hol low tree, near their hut, they being at the time residing in a hut in the bush, and they had hid their clothes, having no persou to leave in the hut to take care of thesn. Tu»y pleaded not guilty. The other prisoners being Temeved, 'Wise, and Hughes remained at the bar, and after a long trial found guilty, although the clothes and goods were their master's and not their own property, only served eutfer their nse. While the Jury were out His Honour tht Chief Justice examined this point, and when they had delivered their verdict, at ad dressed the prisoners thus :— *' 1 have considered this point...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

' , Anno Undeclmo Georgii IT Rcgii. j No. 6. AN ACT to prevent doubt* a* to the application of the Statute* of Urn ^1* THERE AS it is expedient to pre j\ vent doobti as to the application of the Statutei of Usury within this Colony. BB IT TUEHEFORS DECLARED AND ENACTED By His Excellency Colonel Cbubge Arthur Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemea's Land and its Dependencies with the advice of the Legis lative Council thai the Laws or Statutes re lating to Usury or any Provisions thereof , which were in force in England on the twen ty-fifth day of July one thousand eight hun dred and twenty eight d« not extend nor kave extended to this Colony and shall se verally be deemed and taken not to have ieru or to be at any time in force within the ?ame. GEORGE ARTHUR. Fasted the Legislative Council this S4tb day of April 1830. W. T. Parramoiie, Clerk »f tfce Council. Anno Undecimo Georgii IV. Regie. No. 7. i AN ACT to provide for the tumma ry Discharge in certain case* of person* un...

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Friday May, 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

Friiay May* Stfft. . John Couriolly and William Bumble were Snt to the bar charged with robbing Mr. hartley of 30 lbs. of hay, Bumbie refuted to plead, he having been, as tie said, dis charged on Tuesday by Proclamation. The Chief Justice' ordered a plea of not guilty to be'enteredJ Connolly bad pleaded before. Counsel for the prisoner Mr. Gellibrand. Mr. Bartley.— Did not see the hay said to be stolen. John Silcock.— I am servant to Mr. Hart icy, t enw me prisoners ; numoie ana \jmi nolly in my masters Stack-yard. Connolly was pulling hay out of my masters' stack and putting it into a horse cloth. Bumbie was tying up a bundle of hay in another cloth, when I leapt over the fence and seized ium bie, Connolly ran away, but came back and begged, for mercy, 1 made them leave the bay, and let them take the rugs away, I went with them to Connollys' house, to see where he lived ; he asked me to go with him to drink, I tasted part of a Glass of wine, Con nolly offered me 6 Dollars, to say n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

IV] 01 ICE is hereby given, that a 1^1 Special Meeting of His Majesty's Just ices of the Peace, for the County of Corn, wall, Van Diemeit's Land, will tak» place at the Police Office, in Launceston, on Tuesday the 8th day of June, next, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of 4rriifjinfj in favour of the license granted to Mr. Richard Heaney, to keep the Water loo tavern in Charles-street, Launceston, be ing transferred from |his present dwelling house to the hon«e adjoining. : ROBE T WALES, D»py. Clerk of the Peace. Laanretton, May 29th, 1830. SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, At the L.iunceslon Hotel, on Saturday the 5ili June, at 12 o'clock :— ABOUT 1,500 bushels of excellent I.I MB in bugs containing three bushels each, and ten tons of superior Liverpool ?ALT. AFTER WHICH. FOUR HUNDRED fine woolled EWES, in lamb by the best Rams, in fine condition, and fit for the butcher ; also, about 60 head of CATTLE, of a superior Bilking breed. Any Perron wishing ...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

mrJmL news. Arkivid. 1 On the 94th,— The brig Queen Ckarbtte, teem Sydney, with a cargo of merchandize. On the 25th,— The ichoonir Reselutien, P. Stewart Master, irom 5ydoey Hay 17th, with a cargo of snudru-*. Passenger^-- Mr. Charlts Sewell, Mra . Parsley and 3 children, and Robert Winter. On Thursday,— The brig Governor thil' lift, from Sydney, with troop*. AO uepunureB tins wixi. The Clansinaii and Lucy Davidson for Lon don, have cleared out, and art expected to ?ail in the course of the week. VESSELS RttlAININC IN THE HAMOCR. Strip Clamman, barque Lucy Dgvidton, brigs Governor Phillip* and Queen CAorfefte, and schooners Prince Recent and Resolution. Arrived in Hobart Towk. On the 24th.— The Schooner Harlequin, Capt. Monteilb, From Sydney, with 6 bales ?lops, 21 ca»ks butter, 8 cases cheese, 5 do. ?ranges and lemons, 3 do. {lass, 50 casks wine, \bi deals, 500 cocoa nuts, 55 boxes Soap, 10 bags sugar, 10 cases preserves, 11 do. ginger, 44 coils rope, 7 boxes tin, 10 pirns cedar 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

« I -TO LATELY ARRIVED EMIGRANTS. t lnNE HUNDRED of well bred fe ,k BLr male CATTLE, will be let at a certain . Ber Centage, for 3 years. None need apply eh mbo h**e '-** ENGLISH BULLS, and a e. Bafe Run. The Cows in saestion are of the or Bestdescription,partofanerdof 700 amongst eh ?tfaich neither dog nor hone ha* ever -r! al*pW *J *M oace of *»« P«P'. k ? l*aoceitt-»r - ? *?« '- ??' be I Jo'* l»t, 1830. ,7 Kl^O BE SOLD withiq one quarter Ij H JL of a mile of water carriage, and li miles Eli mi LanncestoB, about 30 toot of food Bay. a. ?^purchaser may have the use of the most t. ?owerful Hay Press in the Colony, and dry or Stowage for aboat 10 tons, free of charge, or ?iclinedtb compress the bar far exportation. 1- ? Apply to Mr. Hobler, Ktllafaddy. d.B June 1st, 1830. \jm~ — , ? , ? To the Public.   THE Undersigned, having at a very   considerable expense, established a     FERRY on the most eligible spot on the South Esk River,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

The following are the Public Pounds in the county of Cornwall, together with the names of the Keepers, as extracted from the Gazette of last week. Campbell town, within the police district of Campbell town, T.G. Sampson. Macquarie river, near Ross bridge, do. Gee. Do. West bank, do. Claudius Thompson. Barton, river Isis, do. A. Gatenby.         Stewart. Gray fort, St. Paul's plains, J. R. Gray: St. Paul's Plains, do. J. Wallice. Symmon's plains, do. by J. A. Ycul. Benlomond, do. by J. White. Border of Longford, township, within the police district of Norfolk plains, J. Hortle. Formosa, do. T. Bramsgrove. LiflTey rivulet, (East Bank), do. Richard Lawson. Do. (West bank) do. W. Bonnily. Quamby's brook, opposite Westbury town ship), do. Henry Bonney. South Esk, (near Gibson's ford), do. W. Saltmarsh. Perth, do. E. Dryden, Lake river, do. J. G. Parker. Meander River, do. H. G. Ball. Glen Gala, within the police district of Great Swan p...

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Saturday May 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 31 May 1830

Saturday* Man 29th. Before the trials commenced, the names of all those witnesses were called, who had neglected to appear on Tuesday. They all appeared except Mary Ann Morton. They had not prepared any affidavits. His' Honour the Chief justice allowed them until 4 o'clock to prepare then. George Williamson was indicted for rob bing Samuel Holding on the 28th of June, 1829, of one waistcoat value 15s., one duck frock, value 4s., one hat, value 5s., and one key, value 2s, and with assaulting the said Samuel, and putting him in bodily fear. The prosecutor Holding behaved in such It disgraceful manner, that upon the motion of the Attorney General; His Honour the Chief justice committed him to gaol for perjury, we think very deservedly, we therefore can not make any remarks, the man being for trial. After a very long examination, he swore   that he had lost a hat, waistcoat, frock, and key, and owned the waistcoat produced. His brother James Holding did not give evi dence m...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

SHIP jjiL NEWS. * ~ %Lkiuved. ftn Wedaaday,»^he brig Guide, Captain Ashroore, froin\ydney, with 34G bags sugar «;?f homas William?, Ksij., 4G logs of cedar, 552 bars of iron, aud sundry articles, as to bacco, rum, wine, &c. to various persona. Paisengers, — Captain Joseph jatnes, and j. H.Reibey, Esq. _ frame Day, — The schooner Henry, jonn Griffiths, Master and Owner, in 9 days from Sydney, with 2,500 feet cedar, 1087 feet of pine, 1,200 lbs. cheese, 200 bags lime, 200 dozen oranges, and various other merchan dize consigned to j. GriiUtbs. Same Day,~The cutter Opossum, from Hobart. The sloop Margaret is lying at Preservation Island, as we hear aground, but safe. Sailed. Yesterday,— The schooner Resolution, P. Stewart, Master for Sydney, with 2000 bush els wheat, 500 kangaro* and 6 seal skins, by Thomas Williams, Esq., and 13 bags of wool, by Mr. P. Stewait. Same Day, — The ship Clansman, Capluin Ritchie, for Loudon, with a cargo of wool aud bark. Vessels df.maining in the H...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1830. It is tin: public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect t* find his road perlecrly free from the arrows r$ those who are interested in preventing the *gi» of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. By late Sydney papers, we percieve that an immense depreciation in the price of live stock of all kinds hus taken place in that town, and that good c x\\* have lately been sold in the market there fur the ruinous sums of 12s. per head, sheep at from 2s. to 3s ; and that the market dues, with turnpike and punt tolls, actually swallow up a very great proportion of the value of such stock, wlieii brought to market ; and the Ga zette, the Government piiper, cites a quantity of callle sold, viz., 120 head, at the rate of 12s. each, and upon which the market dues of Is. 8d. each were charged, aud that when the auction duty, auctioneer's commission, turn pike and punt tolls, aud other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 7 June 1830

Public Pound, Eastern Division, Norfolk Plains, June 7th, 1830. TMPOUNDED on the 80th May, by S Mr. Waters, of Norfolk I'luins :— 1 bullock, with black sides, white back and bell) , siar in forehead, 1 11 near shoul der, O near hip, supposed to be J 11 or J S oil hip. Poundage fers 6d. per day, food mtd water 3d. per day. , If net redeemed within the time allowed by law, i- will be sold by me at the Pound en the 7th day ot July, according to the provisions of the Impounding Act. WILLIAM SAL1MARSH, 1'oundkeeper. Los' or Stolen, ON the 31st of last March, at my re tiileiice at the Springs, the Will and Testament of the late JOHN WARNS, aud ?Iso oilier papers, relating t« land, jfovc, as tliwe papers are of no use to any other person but me, the Undersigned, 1 hereby offer a re ward of ONE POUND to any per son w ho may find them, and restore them to me, at the Springs, or at the Office of this paper. JAMEj COLE June 5th, 1830. General Post Office, Launceslon, Jime 7ih, 1830. THE Mail f...

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