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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. RICHARD WHITE. It thp Luinceston Hotel, on Saturday, the 26ili day of June next, at 12 o'clock, A MOST Capital FARM, contain ing -ixty A errs of most excellent land. Thin Farm is one of the most eligible op portunities for Investing Money, which has almost ever been offered to the Public, and possesses every recommendation which any (Fentleman inclined to rusticate, could wish orai regards situation. It is most delight fully situate on the George Town Public Road, distant scarcely ten miles fiora Laun* ceston, it is most admirably situate as re gards Water Carriage, being immediately on the Banks of the Tamar, and possesses most excellent places for Lauding or Shipping Goods at all times or tides. It is surrounded by the most picturesque scenery, of any Farm on the River, and has the only stream of Fresh Water, capable of turning a Water Mill, between Lauuceston and George-town. It is at present occupied by Mr. Fitzgerald, but the Purchaser can receive the D...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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DR. JAQUINTO [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

DR. JAOU1NT0, . ? Watphytlclan to King James 1, w(!l(l^ ted the following slngularmethsd tsducoffH a cure/for a consumption :-' H« we°'^i the marihesof Essex, where therpntrV sheep to cure them of the »t, wll'V^B lived some time, purposely to «*''c.*£fl plants the sheep did eat ; of whieh s«»™ made his medicine for the conWBipU** — Aubrey M.8. at Oxford. ^M SuObcrlbers to the ^4.aunci»i«« *» K iiSKtt' are respeclfully W*2gH TfM annual subscription wilt be ^JlvhlB gle Papers Is eich, |f P'WjJLffiJM lance 10b PW quarter AdT.ert»emen»™ Subscribers JB lines ana under Si. en-™ Sd per line for all above 8 «HMnV!r6l^« rfon-subscribera 8 line* and un* JtJZrfM above $ lines 3d per line. ^J^m ?nut. b» paid fe^sfor*Jai-rt'»-; ^M

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COFFIN FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

eorriN mu. VTlten (he French, in their war with Ped ro of Aragon, tookGerona, a swarm ef white flies is said to have proceeded from the body of St. Nereis, in the church of St. Phelin(I copy the names as they stand in the Catalan author) which stung the French, and occasi oned such a mortality, that they evacuated the city. This is so extraordinary a miracle that there is probably some truth in it, because miracle-mongers have never tbe least inven tiui and luniiieii a rufiftll* hr- in FAIlfirmB tion of it Is to be found in the Monthly Mag aiine for December, 1805. * In preparing for tbe foundation of the New Church at Lew es, it became necessary to disturb the mould ering bones of the long defunct, and in the prosecution of that unavoidable business a leaden coffin was taken up. which, on being opened, exhibited a complete skeleton of a bedy tfiat bad been interred about sixty years, wboip leg tad thigh bones, to the ? '?* '''V , ' H utter astonishment of all present, were cov ered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

General ro»t Oluce, LuuuwHon, Juue^Ut. 1830. THE Mail for Sydney per Guide, Captain Ashmore will close ou Tuuri. day morning at 12 o'clock. A. WRIGiJTJl, roitnatttr.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

* GOVE BNSt ENT ORDER%No. 6. Colonial Secretary^ Office, Jfane 9tb, I83J — T£KA»T GorERWOB has been tfeaMd to dteot, that to foUo^ Expenditure for thf. T#|r'l829 be PJ : ;.,-*. Hobart-tovm Gazette for General Infomation. Excellen.y'. Commaad, - . J. BURKETT. nUNARV REFBNUE. - ; „? Spin u imported. - - ? ? - £*9|?5 li I «Mto n i on ^rits distilled in the Coloay ? 149 « 0 **»«» 0 1 on Tobacco imported - ? ? ? - «145 15 6 .. .lorpmDutj upon imported Goods of J66O 14 0 reiB.ip.oduce ? .' .' .' .' .' ' Ii89 14 * t r.bsrtje»OD the entry and clearance of ^ s Q )- ,s* on Custom-ho«se Permits, on Packa -el of Spirit* and Win* landed, on Boat licenses, »»« on Clearances of Colonial ? nd other Vessel! ? So 15 2 ^Uehouso charges ? - - 350 1 1| tiunna^o Hi Wine and Spirits wholesale 440 0 0 to retail Wine, Beer, and Spirituous JSr : : : : : : : : ?' » 5 S to print and publish, and Duties «n ? Sewspaperi ? ? 3 P 8 WM ? * htutoi Crown Lend - ? '«2 J 4* Government Mill ? f 12 S S Punts .--?-???-?? ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

Elizab' tti, M'ho had every other quality that Tecoii:. s a qu'-en^ was wanting in gttieio.ii!)' : th'Tiin she luhcriled thet'Di per of th)' fuft Tudor, not of her father. !-? !- teg confitli'tiiK upon li' r tieople's love, she did not rely upon th-'ir liberality so ?uut.li mm &iit: wun ciitiiiru iv w aim niiguv have done ; mid, whi n the. Earl of Cumber land rtnbarked his property and person, slic woul.i no i fairly risk her ships, in the fear of iniurring expense. Upon his fifth voyage, ' the Earl having many tim- s here tofore (gays his chaplain) had the choioe of such of her Majesty's ships « should he fining for the performance of his intended voyaees (though udertaken up. on his ov«n adventure), finding that her Majesty's prohibition, in no wise to lay an enemy's ship aboard wi'h any of them, lest that both together might coma to be des troyed by (ire, did bring with it much incon venirnce, in regard that had observed aud found, by experience, that die great and rich 6...

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From the Hobart Town Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 21 June 1830

From the Hobart Town Courier. More oil has already been obtained from the whale fishery than at any former season. The house of Messrs Young and Walford alone have caught no less than 24 fine fish since the commencement of the season. Besides the vessels which were loading at the port of London for Swan river, several others were fitting out from the provincial towns of Glasgow, Leith, Hull, &c. A par- ty at Liverpool had purchased a fine large brig called the James, which they loaded with agricultural implements and passengers intending to trade with the vessel between these colonies after their arrival. She left Liverpool on the 28th Dec.and was to touch at the Cape of Good Hope. It is with much pain we have this week to record one of the most appalling murders that has yet been committed by the misgui- ded and benighted blacks. A poor woman, the wife of a farmer in the employment of Capt. Wood, of Denniston, who resided with her husband at a place called ' the Den,' perha...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

All our reader* must uu welt aware that the Criminal Court has very lately held ita sitting* here, and the result,— what is it ? Why, elev«n of our follow creatures fea»e been condemned to past quickly, in a few brief hours, (hours that fly with aa incon cievable rapidity, to all tbate who like them are in dread of the arrival of a shorty a fixed period) to a dread eternity, We attended the Court at the pissing of the sentences of the various convicted crim inals, and saw much to afftct the heart of every lover of his fellow men . We saw there the silent agony of the youthful but guiltj uarauder, when that senUnce fell with a cold, deadly and direful chill upon his heart — a heart, which a few days before bvnndediu the joyousneis of youth and health. Oh how tremendously that sound broke upon diem, that sound which shuts them for ever from the world, aud all its gay, its flattering associations that terrible sentence which makes even the ulterer shudder. The indescribable feelings of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

JUST Of UNCLAIMED LETTERS. A. ' Alywin Mr*. i B- I Bruit Tb»nm,BromiIey H., Barker Rtchd., Berrel Andrew, Bryan J.. Brown G. W., lailey W, Blythe Gilbert, Bonnie -— . I -C» I C»ombs Thomas, Chapman T. W., D. I Dowsetf — — -, Duncomb Elisabeth. I ' . °»» I Eaton JameSf Elder Jamec. I Turner Jobn, Fenton Captain, Forrester ttiomaa, Fitsgibings Patrick. I H* iHarvie Mr*., Herring—, Hill 8. M., larris Elitabeth, Bin* Kate, Hassell A., Indian Alexander, Hayman — — , Hughe* febn, Hard wkk Captain, ljoptvioa George. ?Janes James. Jacobs David. I K. IKenney George, llytns Charles, Lee William, Land John. ?L. ^' Btc Donald Donald, Me Donald James, IcKay Duncan. Me Kinnon Angus Mell Thos., bore Richard, Morgan William, Marriot Romas, Milne William. 1 O. ?O'Connor Michael, Orton Thomas. L p* ?Peiirkyo Mary, Palmer Joseph, Phillips Koraus, Powell J., I R. ?Bean Mrs., Robeson William, Robert* IF. C, Robinson J,, Renotds James, ?binson 0. A.« Rieley Jobn, ltawe Joseph. I 5. ?Sutherland J. C, Stru...

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ADVERTISEMENT. Launceston, June 25th, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

j| DFERTISEMENT Launceston, JuneSSth, 1830. Mir— lam requested by Mr. James Scott Odeland to demand from you an unqualified disavowal of the Ubellau* word* apoken by you last niyhl at Mr. Heany'* in the pre tence of general respectable Indi vidual* reflecting on his character and which disavowal I am instruct ed to state must either be conveyed in a letter to me from you in an swer to this or by a public adver tisement in the Launceston Adver tiser. Mr. Odeland has been hitherto a young man who has had and now hat nothing but his character and ah-liti»v to depend upon— hin in dustry and conduct testify them selves by the numerous merchants and other individuals who have entrusted and have now em ployed him for the recovery of debts in the ensuing Court of Re quests to the amount of nearly 500/ and as his reputation in a great measure depends on his retaining a character of integrity your libel lous charge of his having stolen a Note of Hand from you must be most unequivocally rebutt...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

SHIF^L NEWS. No arrivals tbii week. Sailed. . Oo Sunday.-The bri$ Gcidi, Captain A.hmore, for Sydney. ??»' *fl» bnsht s wheat by J. & *. Solomon, 43 bales wool, 18 bus potatoes, and sundry bntish mer chaudiie. P*s!.enger,-Mr. Henry Reed. Thii morning —The Government Wig Prince Leopold, CapUia Einghorn, ftr Bobart Towd. Vi-»fctS HEMAIMNa IK THI HARBOUM. Ichoner Friendship, and cutter Orossutf. Arrived in Hob art Town. On tht 21st,—Thi! Brig Dkagoh, Cant. Taylor, from the Isle of Franc* the 30th April, with 1537 bags iuR»r for Mossmank Si. Sydney, and 319 do. for R.C. Pntchett, Sydney. Passenger-Geo. Cathcart, Ksq.W. bn^th^'sMh.-Tbe Ship Wave, Cant, ltster, from London I7tb February, and tie Cape the I4ib May, with a !'-*'?«««? 'f nirrlmndice. I'MM-ngen,— Capt. Watson, Hessrs Thou, and Rout. Watson, Dr. Spence, Messrs Mei.ries, Kirk, Hay ward, SbiWeston, . t-.i «... u- xr un Snllivaa ind child. Mr. k 'Mrs. Lazaius and child. W. M. Orr, Agent. SWIED FKOM HOBART TOWK On th»- 24,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

\i\ I ANltU in Launceston, two Y V TA1LO ilS, either Free or Ticketof L»»ve. TVy will have constant employ* mant, good accommodation, and excellent Wages. Apply t« the Printer of this paper or to . Vr.Gt-oigcBnrgen, corner of Brisbane and ChBrle»-str«.. t». Laanresion, ' June 37th, 1830. F-B. SALE by Private Contract, a. beautiful Git BY GBI.DING, rising 4 r ire, stand- U&liandibigh, and goes wall darnel* »r with saddle. Apply ai 'he offir« of this paper. i I*unceit«n, . 1 June *7tb, itSO. JAMES NEWMAN begs to inti matc that the Public can be accommo dated at any tine w«ln C'S8 ?n.d ;addle Horses, and that in commencing, he has ta ken care to be prepared with the very best description of Horses. J. N. wUI in a few week* have awry large and extensWft addition to his present Stables, where every Gentleman may rest assured that the greatest care and attention will be paid to the Horses which they may be pleased to place under bis charge. N. B.— 500 bushels of Oats required, for...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1R30. It is the public duty of a Journalist to dispel;: delusion; but in the discharge of this dutv he must not expect to find hh rpad perfectly free from the arrows of those who are. interested in preventing the jEgis of truth from confronting and dissipating their power. - ., . ., The. paramount advantages of a great and universal system of Instruction, has already been partly exemplified in a braneh of the United Kinfrdom (Scot land), which, although less happily situated than England, yet has found, by the education of the poor, in a system of niigtout instruction, suitable to th» l^sssssl wants and to the getits of her peoidjUdd i means to correct the evils of her comiilHglari tion and to place her high on the scale uifBen moral .ind civi'ized nations. Then surd, IXonft we are doubly bound louse every possiblijKnly m^ans to instruct the rising generation Kichoi — for if in a poor ucd bitter cold counity IKebi where the wages are scarcely ...

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RAIL-ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

RAIL.RO ADS. Sir,— I am an admirer of improvement, and consequently an impartial spectator of the present J-int Stock system. 1 patronize in »y humble way all in turn, though I doubt if I bhull risk my money in any. I buy my wine of the ' London Genuine Wine Com pany,'--! snean to bathe with the' London Sea Wafer Company,'—! send my clothes to the ' Steam Washing Company,' and I'll Dawn them (when 1 cannot get a dinner without) »t Sir William Cnvgreve and Afr*. Frv'i ' Joint Stock Pop Shop.' 1 was al ways fond of Company, and I wish them all well. We are now arrived at a period when every one (being fully employed) begins to frel the waut of something to do. Conquest his produced peace— peace, plenty— plenty, projects of all sorts and sizes ; and I won't positively assert that! I have ?' no tpcculation in my et/n' myself. The last series of pro jections has, bo never, I confess, startled me. The restless disposition of some people is now begining to manifest itself. They prefer any ...

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CHOICE OF SOIL PROPER FOR A GOOD GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 28 June 1830

CHOICE OF SOIL PROPER FOR * B GOOD GARDEN. B The best soil for all purposes of awrdn B is that combination of sand and cl;iy ufairh B is called hate I loan, of such consistence ai B not to be adhesive by any action or ma t'|iw B and yet so compact as to form a M m basis' B of sufficient solidity for plants, «f adruuitt B depth for the nature of every kind o! r»ol' B pervious to, yet not retentive of tuteilB .— i^ ? .1 ? c ? il . _ i _ i « i s^s^sV wuniirr irom me ciouus or springs ; and ? reposing on a substratum of stone or^iavrl. I Such soils are generally alluvial, and contain I the best qualities of all others, n illiPiiuli.it I defects. Seils of very different rlurauer I way. nevertheless, he succeslully used foi ? ii garden, skill ;«nd labour overcoming m:nij I nutural obstacles ; and it is always oticitui, I that a new garden, whatever the natural soil 1 may bo, is peculiarly suitable lor fiuii-am, I mid almost all other productions iir-t culii. I vated therein; so true is it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

TO LATELY AnitlVtO EM1GUANTS. ONE HUNDRED of well bred fe, male CATTLE, will be let at a certain B«U«ntage, for 3 year*. Now- need a»ply who liave not i ENGLISH BULL,?, and a Snfp Hafu T!.a* wjWs si: ., j- ; ►:-»:?. *.'* of i!ic best description. part of a herd at 700 amongst which neither dog nor horse lias ever keen. Apply at the Office of this Paper. Lsunceston, Junit 1st, .1830. AT a Meeting of Batchelors held at the Cornwall Hotel tbit day, it was rewired that a Ball lake ph»c* on the 23id Jnly, at the Cornwall Assembly Rooms, and that a List be opened, and left at the Bank for ike signatures of such single Gentlemen, ai with to become Subscribers, until the 30lh July, after which no Subscription will be received, GEORGE PARKINSON, Secy, to the Meeting. Launceiton, 30th June, 1830. Two Pounds Ravard. LOST between Ttiliskcr and ilia re.-i denceof CiiptaiQ Barclay, a RKI) VEI,. VET IUR.SE, with Brass Clasps contain in b Eleven One Pound Kolri, t\\c numbers o- which are handed iu(...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

FOR SALti at the Office of (lie Launceston Advertizer, the following useful and valuable Books: — Hughson's London (plates) 30s..Scoresby's Voyages 15s.; Antar, a Romance, in 4 vols. £1 lls. 6d. ; The Sicilian, a Novel 15s. Mrs. Opie's Novels, and various other en tertaining Works. Also ;— Excellent Blotting paper 2s. per quire, and Urge Drawing paper 2s. 6d. pec sheet. AH our Town Subtcriteri my Nephew teill tall upon t and hit receipt will ?« afullditchtrga for whatever monies are paid I* him ; our country subicvibcrs will te pleated at early at po$tible, ulvttytuilh their convttiienet, either tt remit to me the amount r/-/icirr#c- ptctiic billty or if with--ut cash, cottnM product nt tht market price of the Jay. jQBJffdWKNERJMr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

Subscribers to ilie Lauitcntvn JUW1'1 '' ' -? , respectfully iuformed, th*t all yti^m 1 will be rhsrgcd for this paper up to ttW — expiration of tlie pasting quaiter; mm that nil uoticet t-- discontinue must hi *-m _ companied with all the arrears, or tn« ™ paper will be sent and charetijortowm^. The u'uuner Days nre-Sopteinbsr 30lh, ^M^0 ceniber 31st, March 31st, ani June **? j lespectively. sfmliH The Terms are as follow :- Q,uartfrly, «'PB , in a.lvance 10s. ; if paid at the «»d « »? ' Quarter 13s. All Subscribers who -'*»? j inserting their Advertisements » ' 'JM J times, will be entitled to 2 »»j°rllon'/£H tis; for the first 8 lines 3s. 6d;, ??« £? . each line respectively beyond 8, *h**l20E__| i is 3d. f.cr line, ^Subscribers 5 to -H«K l subscribers 5s. for the first » hnei,'''« J 3d. per line for all skove that number. ? All manuscript Adve. rtiseinepts i Will °e ,'a» j tinued until countermanded, we pt m orS,rfr;torro«s| i AirSntmeot- «.. »— I*JS| J mdst be paid for before t...

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THE LOVE IS ALL I ASK. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

THY tO¥E IS AU I ASK. Give me but thy love, and I Envy none beneath the sky ; l'aini and perils 1 defy, If tliy prcifrnce cheers me.J Give me but thy love, my sweet, Joy shall bless U8 when w-- rueet ; Pleasures rowe, and car*« retieat, When ihou dmilnt near me. Happy '1 were, beloved one, When the toils of day were done, Ever with the set of sun To thy fond arras retiring; Then to feel, mid there to know, A balm that baffles every wop, V hile htai ts I hat beat and ryes that glow Are sweetest thonbts inspiring. What are all the j°yt of earth i Whnt are revelry and mirth ? Vacant blessings, nothing worth To hcarU that never knew lore ? What is all the pomp of 6tate, What the gmndaur of the great, To the rajnuivs that await On the path of true love r Should joy our days illume, _ How sw eel with thee to share such doom ! Kor, oh ! less swi.et, should .'.nrrows come To clirrish and enress thee ; Then while I live, then till 1 die, Oh ! be thou only tailing by, And while 1 breathe, I'l...

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATIVE TO IMPOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATIVE TO IMPOUNDING. CFrrm the llobarl Town Courier.) We leok the liberty therefore of waitng en the ^?licitor General, and ef submitting to him a seriei of qneries or rises on lae particular points under discussion, and by the following answers with which he hat kindly favoured us, it will be km, that the lute act is not ouly most consistent aud ciiiipifd to remedy the evils arising under th- proM-nl circumitances of this colony, but tirnt the legislature lias not only considered ell (be cases mentioned by our corres ]-n; (i- nts, bnl has also duly provided lor llifni. Tlif following an1 llu- queries whiih vr Milinii'H-d to -!-?? Solicitor General, with liU replies te fBch. riz : — j# l^i.. — A. 1-«* land merely in ft state of nature, \\iiully uwcuitivated, nud useu t).;s.'d. . Ast-vrn.— He is nevertheless entitled to claim damage for any trespass on such land. But the Bmuuni of such damage would be of course, (except under peculiar circumstan ces) (mall, e...

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