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To our Country Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

To/our Country Subscribers. Those of our numerous ¡Subscribers at Poi t Dalrymple, ana afljaient toifntty, who Aland indebted to tisjor ncwspujicrs, and , yJto,have been lepeutedl'i furnished with their accounts, and ' iitbscijucntly leith circulars soliciting payment, but ulta have not complied with our .reqneti, are now respcctfiilly infoimcd, that Ui/tlie course of a jew weeks we sim ti be undi r the necessity, anti consequently g>eut expense, of sending some penon, as an Aaejit, to collect all outstanding debts, which could be so easily tetiiit/td lui past, in half notes. The great: weekly expense at- tending the publication oj"a ntuspaper, a fid the gi cat draw bael; ii'hir.h ii felt by being obliged to gire an atended credit in //ti» Colony, instead of laing paid in advance, at in England, v,re cirro m st truces mliith If is liopC{l will merit attention from x-ur country Snbu-r,ihcrs, and indure them either to send the imumvt of (heir subscriptions hy post, or to' appoint s...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Peter Fenn. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

Peter Penn       The Rev. Peter Fenn, on being asked the usual question,   when sentence of death was passed upon this unfortunate Gen- tleman,at the Old Bailey,on the 20th of October 1828,what he had to say why he should not receive judgment to die ac- cording to law ?addressed the Court to the following effect :- My Lord,-"The question that has just been put to me is both solemn and awiul. In reply to it I could say a great deal;   but I suppose it is put more as a matter of form than in the ex- pectation of receiving any answer to it. I shall, therefore,     confine myself to a very few words. Had the witnesses who   attended on my behalf been heard, they would have clearly   proved that my defence was a true one ; their evidence was, however, though irrelevant in a Court of Justice, yet the evi- dence of the attorney who conducted the prosecution against me, whose...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coals. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

Coals* The increasing scarcity of fire-wood in the neighbourhood of Sydney renders coala increasingly valuable, and the public will accept with giatitude the boon conferred by the Govern incut Notice of the 14th instant, reducing the price of Govern- ment omis at Neu castle Irani 10i. Cd. to 8s. per ton, which ought,ol course, and no doubt will, be followed bV a rcduct on ou the pan ot tlie letatl vendéis in the town. This is a very considerable diminution of the expense of tueJ. dials have general I j been considered as cheaper in the end than wood, because they send foi th a gi euler heat, and make a much nloie durable fire, but unless the puce ol wood lull ni propoition, they will now be iiiconipaiably cheaper, aiid will consequently obtain a universal preference. fire-wood is now selling about the streets at the rate of five shillings the load, but may be i>ad at ttie mai ket< whai f for titiee shillings awl six.peuce cuttuicy. 1 he boat load is still cheaper. We e...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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THE HE[?] IN Van Diemen's Land. [No 19. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

';.:f, "-,,... ^as^asatswöcT.,,. "ft. ,.?.,». IN 1 u ,(¡Bfcit Dirnten'* &*n&. [ko. 19. Hiere is not in the world ui,reater error than that which -fools are so apt to tall uno, and knaves with good reason to eucoiliage, the mistaking a satirist for a libellei , wheieas lo a true sum ist umhin,; is so mlinu» as a libeller, tor the same reason as to a mun truly virtuous, mithin), is so hateful as a «} piciilt.''-Pope When my evil genius some three weeks ago* appeared Di :tt)Q shape of a spio and spab personage, who sometimes walks . with a gold headed cane, and enforced by compulsion, my at ! tendance to form one at a certain caricature exhibition, pretend- ing to be a Court, I was m hopes that the patience and good i temper I shewed upon that occasion, would have stood m mi ^favoui, and saved me from sharing any more such scenes, calculated as this was, to excite little else than con- tempt and derision In sober truth, the Minister of the day his oneil much to answer f...

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New Work on Van Diemen's Fund. To the Editor of the Colosal Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

NEW WORK ON VAN DIEMEN'S LAND To the Editor of the Colonial Times.. Sir,-Having taken up your Paper of Friday last, to while       away an hour or two of a journey from Hobart Town   towards the other side of the Island, I was struck with your remarks upon Mr. Widowson's account of this Colony, par- ticularly that sentence expressive of your hope that the sub- ject would ere long, sufliciently attract the notice of some competent person, to induce the production of a work, suitable to the present advanced condition of the Colony.   As I happen to know that your hopes have been already anticipated, and that a manuscript, decidedly of the higher order, is probably by this time in the hands of a London publisher, and that it is well calculated to prove the desidera-     tum, certainly much required for the good of the Colony, I have thought it no breach of confidence towards the Author, &...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

Mechanics'Institute. On Monday evening hist, Dr. Uoss delivered a Lecture', before n very respectable and crowded meeting of all classes. We are extremely happy to observe the growing iuteiest ex. cited by this Institution, and the thirsl for uselul information which so generally pervades our Native Youth, which attracts them to this the only place of intellectual recreation,, which our very relined society in Van Diemen's Land alfords 01 allows for the relaxation of the mind and body, after theri daily. labour. Among the company present, we noticed ioluî Rut nett, tóiii. Colonial ¡Secretary, \V. H. Hamilton, E?q. C. Aïthut, Jîsq. G. M. Stephen, liscj. and Dr. Turnbull, ill. D. .-Dr. Ross commenced by saying, that this Society, which lind been established a few years uko, was drooping- until revived by Dr. Turnbull, to whom the Institution was indebted for im- parting to, jt new. vigour, and for coming foi ward in so gene- rous and manly a manner, but for which there was too much îe...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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American Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

i * American Enterprise ¡ A new people, thuty yeais ago, ' in the gristle,* butnow har- dened into the bone of manhood, ate'pin bold ai|d adventu- rous rivals. Distinguished by an eneigy of cliaiactei', an njilo mitable spirit of pet severance, to be dismayed b> no diflicitl lies, discouraged by no delay, free us the winds ot tlie un-, inense oceans which bound their coasts, the mci chant nun i ners"of Ametica seem insensible to fatigue, seek no icpose, but are engagçd in one uninterrupted circumnavigation of com- mercial enterprise. ' Whilst we follow lliem,' says Iiuike, ttniong'the'tretiibliut* mountains of ice, and behold them penc- il atmjg mto' the' deepest fiozen lecesses of Hudson'* H.»y and Davis's Straits,-whilst \l-e are looking foi them bcne.ilh the atritie circle, we hear tiiat'lhey have pierced into the opposite legión'of polar cold,-thal tbey ore at the antipodes, and en- gaged underlie ttozeh serpent of the South. Falkland 1 Islahd1, which seemed too remote and ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

For ¡London Directa Potitively- the next Vessel, after the Alice. THE ship PRINCE REGENT,^ Lieutenant Charles Mallard, R.1 N., Com jfander, having left this Port for Sydtley, on the loth ¿nat., and hating a very small proportion! of her Cargo to discharge there, has contt acted to return to Hobart Town, in a few days, to take in 250 Imperial Tons of Oil, and 100 Bales' «f Wool together, with about 40 Tons of other Freight. As there goods will be all ready for Shipment immediately on the «rival of the Ship, her stay in this port, will.not exceed 25 ' The Prince Regent is fitted^up in »nperhn style for iru'eogers, and «arries an experienced Surgeon. For Freipbt «rpassage, abpty^f " KEMP and Co.,' Agen«. N.B.-"Wool, and other goods, intended for the Prince RreENT, warehoused free of Expence. i I August 21', 1829._ ' For London Direct- ' THE fine River-built Ship LADY HAREWOOD, Richard Limon, Commander. nits Ship having the greater part of her Cargo engaged, will proceed with all dispat...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

Sydney News. We are grieved to record the sudden demise of Mr. FISK, Pilot and Harbour Master at Hunter's River. Mr. F. was an honest, inoffensive, worthy man; and was the Gentleman who formerly erected the Waterloo Mills, in Liverpool-street, Hobart Town. Subscriptions, to the amount of £150, were   colleoted for his widow and large family. The ship Norfolk, which arrived last week in our harbour, after a rapid passage of 93 days, is now laid on for Swan River, as well as the brig Faith. There has been an unusal mortality amongst the Military in the Garrison of Sydney---scarcely a day passing without one or two funerals.     Mr. BODENHAM, the auctioneer, lately sold 26 acres of land, on part of the trustees to the estate of William Baxter, late an Insolvent, for £522 sterling. Soap of an excellent quality is now manufactured at Syd- ney, by Messrs. DIXON & MACKIE.         EDITORS:---O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

Eligible Opportunity.     TO be LET, for one Season only, from 50 to 100 Acres of rich cultivated Marsh Land, situate at the Cross Marsh.-Payment will be taken in the Produce of the Land, and any number of fine strong three-year old Steers, fit for the Plough, will be Let to the Tenant.-Apply at the Printing-office. ' N. B.-A less quantity than 50, even from 10 to 20 Acres, will be Let, in which case, the Owner would have no objec- tion to afford further assistance.   Bentiield,' Cross Marsh. rTpHE Public are respectfully informed, that the »J. Farrier's and Blacksmith's Shop, at the above Settlement, yill bein future carried on by Robert Wynn, Farrier and Blacksmith, recently removed from Oatlands. Every attention will be paid to any orders which hemaj be favoured with bj the Settlers, who may depend upon their Work being executed on the shortest Notice, and at the same Prices as charged in Hobart Town t** Horses shod without delay, equal to a...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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TIXES PAST COLONIA[?] TIMES HOBART TOWN: OCTOBER 9, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 9 October 1829

HOBART TOWN: OCTOBER 9, 1829.       Lct it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the Liberty of the Press is the Palladium of   all your Civil, Political, and Religious Rights. Junius.           We have seldom announced a piece of intelligence with   more satisfaction, than thal contained in a letter, sipned " A Magistrate" in another part of our paper, arising from oui late strictures on Mr. Widowson's misérable production j upon thiJ Colony. A Work of the nature, we are led to expect, is indeed a desideratum, and the quarter whence our information is de- rived, authorises us to add, that we think more may be hoped than feared from the promised publication. ________   Letters were received yesterday in town from Sydney, and Launceston, per the brig Queen Charlotte, which ar- rived there on Friday the 2d i...

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Rank and Talent. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

^z^^^ä&mizm ^èat;, .., ''. ;: ? une or nie lavoiii ne topics, we Ure niloi ned, among the moro ' ^select, cif^-jes, ot tue scust B, is jhsl now the very iruushig one ot, conirn«iHi|igcon the uoitca)ts(|( dying persintuges, hi h in ihn Kot reputation, which lire di awn in this wqik with such i .masterly touches or Mi nlid wtlic, that theycip escape elie : tye «I none w ho aie at all initiated m a knou led^c of the ' tasliionubje scenes, itpd chai aciers- moving ai ound them flic Hlijiie-jis an. e\ti iel fioni an Uigluli pnpei , by windi <iiir readers will perceive tint a tine and ace m a te delineation , 01 living chnaciirs Is ii mi'omiic topic among the select circles ni Liddon.-in tin» Colony wheie theie is nothiniv in i tile way ol iimuseiiient, to lelieye Hie suipid monotony winch i e\ls(s here, people should seize willi .îviditv the letrt-shwg re- ' ?creation UnU uinuUilg novelty' of the Hermit m "Van lliemcu's Land, m a i

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Cure for Tooth-ache in Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

>> SOURI)!,) -.110 1 mi j| (jj" -" -w- ?<! -Hlf J 1IJU Ï ^HfÉí^^^^-acfae in, ¡Vfcxifco. i .jthetheHd, especially'_ _ ._ ,.. jSei^çd by a,Siringe, orf/nnreifieifiieittly bytlrtí'hirViUli vot ' bUcialui, iuuijtlie ear o|)pq|iiieft) Ulai side pi th'u lace a'licre 'tnefhiin Mt-s, iiiiu ^'sulteied to r<;n|«>'l in till the pani leaves otlietpattettVWlllcli'il'is'yMu to dojliowever violent tlie attack may have been, in the couise ol three or ft ur ii.intitfea ; the whole; eJlijçt ty'!n£>|doaln)ess.|y¡''pjc>ll<iced'l!y what Is dulled "èyttliteiuuion.-Jlie seunatiou io the iwneiit,« by no mepns dis 'trestlihj!: it rfe&riiblbs'tll'e wHi7¿m'gi.M»ejíeiiieri on the imiuer tylimunt the lie.i\i under ¡«vaUïi'.'biil ¡s much nipre astounding. 'I'jje luji^tvpt ;t)peiati()ii, is tjiisri-tiib patient li<-s dowd on the ,feide'nii''whlclh ilie, uuiim? spiited, and the smut is pout ed"into tlfé clir'wWc/H Is il$s«rmosi.

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A portable thrashing machine has been [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

I'_ ' '.1 4.J ""n^NpOTi« « "¡¿I M.'!-K-_,W'<lSki »>>» «J 1-W«»un v.r.". .' | ' Aï« poitabfo'thrashing mtwihihBihes» been in^ -vtnted by Mr-Ridcr, ^mechanic and sn^nÎtrîaèV,» vffió' ruf.' VWS^jjTtejiaventor^is.u^^ ?»»chira! »ublibly.i-dntil behasiobtaftefl"* patent« «\entbYedi A'Watt'fif îK,(iTh^tpTîn^i«Ib,1'bT'ai[!tîoK,îi,WiAp1e,-«ÄPri is' /»nnarcd efleetMLstwkt.s.-.Jn.one.mippte. >i,|ft.tbi expcr«Knti -r" proft«i siacäaMfsil'^atidfit!W3t^'be>«riràtte' boMirJlvV th'ektiâHtv machine can be remoVediwiÉbias much faeülty 'ásm-wittríowln¿ machine, and its cçsï^Hr'»\nf exceed eight-'or -ten,ppufaastí .bWito, sepd,,«lnuwber,to,Van.Diímen'9üLs>d'.-.vwhère"tnej ¡will realùe>gooà<prioeB.; . <"tiO.-tt ^n.-b^nli/Vi'l'b¡ív.-,i4cf(iw!M r*-_^-.-._ii *_". *« ?' ?/.-'?' ?; ,, ;.- ''..'. ?'-?» -A,'.--'».'.. "UV *;.... ri' ¡whicb w«r©,tb6Agri»t'»riúés^ .iCberrieS-^Bd :AopsMefc"Brsi'? Wab'teâi1 ^|B':'., BaysV'iii,'''W¿a'!br' .?njW^P¡4«!»ÍCabst)iJi.,bbt...

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Tasmania, as it is! [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

Tasmania, as it is!           Sir, as a constant reader of your journal since its com- mencement in 1816 and being a resident of this little island during the last sixteen years, it gives me much pleasure to observe in your last paper that some person resident in the colony has devoted his time and talent to proposing a pub- lication of the present state and condition of Van Diemen's Land.                 It afforded me infinite satisfaction to find that the author of the intended work is a Gentleman of education and general knowledge and that he possesses most extensive local infor- mation. Judging from this I am led to expect that this work will convey to the British Public the real advantages and capa- bilities of this too little appreciated spot which affords great-   er encouragement, in an agricult...

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GOVERNMENT ORDERS, &C. NEW MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

I1 mys^»MJ$^'O^^Ë^;iM^ IV , j jim, lia í\»*<^*E<*»» 't"T, piii-tp 'ig'iitu I..- I ,0'.^tn *T1ÎS"'J '. v'Í»B\V'3M'XB!KfÉrSíl"i' i"î ",fí¿u.VI" :., íSj>í!ÍAte;'nP9,'9ty- dJft^p.(ílVies!j^Viiwiiarise»^íwftérybytlte'íi» -. vernor is desirous to afford the Inhabitants, without, "fuiilier íhafliñ'-aDubatírtaKiilfewheVeinHieiiydustWoits'lií , , i«?ffi'Miy<i* «ft HfítyiV fiv.teyeMediiïlie/.wlItoimeetRtlie'J'rfe'udyifcd; ^."rdiilflee'labre, eo'nYihodfiies''¿niiat nlacé;;.,iind .that tlieJif 'hacbitiiiits ö'f <»«1*wh7iR'^'ftlmllfcf,mvym'ä0sUW'f¥oiii ti'uyííife{ tAjiy.articlcs.whiclilmay. be offered forhialè'Uit thèif pVIVutfe , «JJWfr, ;Regu|aç,f upplies, fftJLr cdmn«.vUiomi und steady 'pribei. iib« IA ? ^flnffiw£*fifl$fàWtyllli!x\!:,\h?$^ i'«H«»git'voii,pr<i I, íOonsmbles Will be's'talibhetloTVliVe Xíro'iiW'fóí Vh&'p'Fo'féc'Uob - - - -- - . . . 1 ..""jiiHlT ¡will adjnit .¡,T te thrcftSheds or-BoQ}hs")vllic!) hjtfce bfeh al rea...

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A Wife Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

9mA clergyman, u " memlfeVót The'íwíveYalu oí fcamVridge,'» a?Ae<iI?VRtftr ft SPWSC »It ll|)e Cliettenhitmt(V» ontrle HiJ thus describes Ins - . ._ perfections IlibpeHA stale, ItiiitVl ' mediocrity, he unites >i ns^''^s^regalrt'n lnniselt, iljindy ibo 1th ¿ Cultivated taste ¿ind talents n.upve 'coniHe-'ous '«"nd plevUiiur mannus, gi'ent -------- --- - .----..«., 0_......????iiii^ j jil mr; iii^u«ii«7 irt.rvi.iii »y inn, niUf*,|ilv-»VcVMJ syniweti wally piopoitiohed, nui'ni the con- j stnijt enjojineiit,oljgood heatili. ' ¡ i* i >

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Intellectual Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

tMnecitíal^vmtoaoiihy. T^+irrT At all our knowledge, and k11 our real enjoyments, are merv* . tal, the philosonby ot the nund. ís.more worthy of ortr attention Jtfiaiftafi¿ oiliwcibranch of scidnceyií-give» usiniich''pleasiiie to announce that an eminent piotessin and lecliu or had just ad- ded to thiil class of iiisliuctl9e~piibiic*uons in the ciniveisu tionul form, 4, work on the minne anti oue(aLiqns,<H llie<liiimiiu .itniHd', entitled " Coiivtrsatlmà à?i fAtetlccfàkl,Phtloppfiy,"\ in »which lie-has sfo'siinlilifiiVd the tiiiUis"6i"ltlie sciepep, u»di''<-,~ I moved' the irter(istation"bf hietaphysics, ¿y lo^s'liow.üial the ' .'plleiióhieiia pf" 'ihe'nutld aré'iibt Wily inb'i'e interesting, but more «ccessikllc lo the Study df all, lliaii matter, ¡" . , ' ;

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Sheriff's Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

Sheriff's Sales* ' '' ' » Sommerville t>. White, as lt»foie advcitiscd. (-?+>> t field p, M'tjuiiy-¡ia ¡siturday, the 31stiu»tábt, hy tile Un- der Suerilf, at lusOrtice in Launceston, a jPA,RM vi Jp Acres,, situate at Paienon** l'liim, <JW the East Baukotthe North ¿bk River, onginally graaud to Já/ms Wuie. ' Russell v Muilaghnti.-Immedtatelv alter the above, i TA RM of ao AnT , oitumc in iheDistii^i.. ?jî^.m'--<«- -~- - 'wàawMariaâasi i' I

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Vessels expected from England. With Merch[?]dize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 16 October 1829

'h ^ébselB'eácpectetf'i^tó^Sngitwiá-f, TVit/i Merchandize und, Pas'sèngfiïlf. ' ' '' ', '"-' 'I Kichard \ John. Io3| Watson/} «Vr/ev. î&VlT7P_. Adams.-, Fr nicklin. ^ ' » Svdhey PaKkef. 14a, * HiMHa. -A Backet. j William crcveUd, 187,-, lei-sa M >i>,-, Hartley. ,iW»yviek, --, -,- » Percy,¿50, Middleton.. Í ,IíU¿a,-1 Lea,rv" , . MínStéí-' Vthb.HaiHa'wiiv'aW'-tOiis.J Vidy ol' the Uke, -, Smith \ Nmcj, 400, Worsley. , Eiueinii-t,-. W usoi«. j fc Wanstead, 360. Ulisf Deieion, 300, G Nichol. Î Lotus, 600, Summeraon. Sauov Jack, l61) Kent ; Prelector, 380,1 homos. Fetei 1'iottor, 566, TeYiy. j MarmiisAirglesea.JOO.Stcward. AdmiialCoulcbuin, «Ojlienley Í Atwick, 500, Jeffrey. Calista, 320, ria« Rim» J Carosue, 400,tfFe>vson M.uy Ann, 480, Matthews. X Iranmeie, ¿S8, Smith, jun. John Pedder,-"'" ' X Cape Packer!,1-.Dixon, i TVtth & isoners. Sophia,- Klkry, ma4eV r j Surrey.» ' ,> Vitmi in, 305, Smith, ditto « -i. Lady «I lb* Lakeji2i3, female Lad\ Eiut,-, Walkei, ...

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