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Dunne, the Bush ranger. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 October 1826

              Dunne, the Bush-ranger.     This notorious and only remaining bush- ranger of the old annihilated banditti, is at length apprehended. We last week briefly mentioned that he had (after being nearly six months unheard of), again made his ap- pearance, by robbing the huts of Mr. Thom- son and Mr. Pitcairn, at the Shannon.-Sus- picion being entertained, that he had been for along time concealed and harboured by one of Mr. Humphrey's stock-keepers, at about two miles distance from that Gentleman's farm-house, in the Macquarie district, On Thursday last, two of Mr. Humphrey's farm- ing men secreted themselves near the spot, and suddenly and privately rushing into the hut, discovered Dunne asleep along with the same stock-keeper, whose name is Hol- land. Dunne was then secured ; but by some means afterwards effected his escape, while the men were bringing him t...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 October 1826

Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1826. The Government Order of the 30th ult. so materially affects the interests of the   Colonists at large, that we feel it our imperative duty to draw the attention of our Readers to a part of it, in connection with some other acts of the Local Government; and in doing   so, we will follow most strictly that line of conduct which is left open to us, viz. to do so "calmly, temperately, and respectfully."   Since 1824, we have been threatened from time to time with process of Escheat, Writs of Intrusion, and forfeitures of land, in every case where the land has not remained in the possession of the Grantee for five years; and   but for Mr. Cavenagh, the Assistant Surveyor of New South Wales, the Granta (in all     probability) in such cases would not have been delivered. Our Surveyors are now employed in re-measuring all the old Grants, and taking away where...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 October 1826

Liberty of the Press.   THOSE Gentlemen, who have not paid their Subscriptions, are respectfully     requested to do so into the Bank as soon as convenient, in order that the Subscription may be closed. In the mean-time, further Subscriptions will be gratefully received, towards defraying the expences of the Fines, Law Charges, &c. (amounting to nearly £600), attendant upon the   Government Prosecutions against Mr.   Bent, the Proprietor of the Colonial Times, during his Imprisonment. The following is a List of the Subscriptions :   ...........................................£ s. d. A Friend (the Boomer) ..... 20 0 0 A Townsman ..... 10 0 0 A Reader of the Colonial Times ..... 5 5 0 A Friend ..... 5 5 0 A Ratcatcher ..... 5 0 0 A True Briton ..... 3 3 0 A Friend to the Liberty of the Press ..... 2 2 3 An Enemy to Oppression ..... 2 2 0 A Friend to the Press ..... 2 2 8   A Friend to th...

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Duty on Spirits. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

Bntv ott&ptnt*; '« J ti ^vV^^n^r^and^tnaj, it has, bp^Jpayl (time,since contemplated byjlje; Local,(G!q iptopittmaiee^K^aMU TheÄemoriaHtajtei^t thei (fardent spirits ia one oltofci di dfj ardent spirltsisonp qi,. _ of pur land and ñationÍ;ao4the^f,.w,,^,WHr%w¡, "èWWWfab ?&&!&%> f.abbS% J»««"# rtr^nKroMgblhe cpt^ntr^ or infest the streets oföar'cities, ftjr beg^tog^W, wnt» pfJt day, tb keep themselves,in a state of continual in« *¿s¡¡ ehriatVn;$fc ^^^jf.^^ih aud the'coiistánt facility ^Í^SESMt'^ eeates as a temptation to ^^ék¡,m^Mb.% remedied.pniy^ by thellitf«j^sl||^Ä<??'"''" gress : tha' lUj, adopt soph $J|M| be highly beneficial.; that RMmU»*»»«^ promote, the caused virtue and good morals, lessen;the Amount 'of crime, pauperism ,and moral debasement, and .essentially,»elevate our national character. ,

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ORIGINAL POETRY. The Exile. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

M ???«»» .Vt , .*. « *-- CM»»--» löf't ai« , '#<*,. ****** MtfíIftf^fM * ï Par f/on» his Kindred,'far* from hqme .Fat, far heypn^the stqrmysep,. The wretched exile's doomed! to'rpam lu bondage and in tmsery.1 * * ^ For hi.ni np ipqre affeCHqns glpw, Mantles on tender beauty's cheek, Fonhim thpse. tears.no mpre sjiall flow, Which sympathy of soul bespeak. No friend to-soothe his breaking heait, > * Rent by affection, and bycare ; No one sweet aplaco tdimpait ¡To him, the victim of despair. Mournful and sad he bends bia way, O'er mountain high, thro* valley deep ;' ' Sorrow his portion thro* the day At night bygrigf deprived of sleep. Thçn let not ^yranny his woes increase^ Let not oppression bear the exile down ; Te, Great, impart unto his bqspm peace, r And leam fnimanity^ sweet p'ovyer to own. For know the liog'ring wretch which you des- pise, | ! ii Shall stand at Heaven's high Bar as well as . Ahee ; Then Miall a Saviour wipe his streaming eyes, A And take bira to a...

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Sonnet TO THE SHADE OF MY MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

Sonttft L ,TC) THÍB SHADE 'oF-^Y MOTHER. Celestial spirit, dear departed shade I ' Dweller wjth angels in eternal joy ! Dare a sou's sinhs thy sacred calm invap*ei (jan filial cares thy solemn hours employ? Oh ! shade revered, if, in tby beav'nly sphere, Thou dost thqse nameless sympathies retain, Which warmed thy breast, with throbs mater- nal here ; And may's! holdintercourse with earth again, Around roy pillow boyer thou unseen, ,. Pgre guardian spirit of my helpless, hours ! Thyself, revealing in a hlissful dream, . While o'er me sleep her balmy treasures shpw'rs. t Sqch blest communion at this dead of night, Would Henry hail with solemn« unalloyed delight. JLN. M. « Forest of Arden, Oct. 17,1826.

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Destruction of the Elephant, AT EXETER CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

©*$traction or tfte ISIcplaRt, ,J. 4T EXETER CHANGE. This enormous animal, which for many years h.as been the pride and bpast of t the« well known menagerie at Exeter Change, was on Wednesday afternoon destroyed by order of the proprietor (Mr. Cross), in consequence of its having exhibited strong symptoms of madness. The t work of ( death was accom- plished by repeated discharges of musketry.^ The elephant was a male animal, and had been an inmate of the menagerie for 17 years. It was brought fron) Bombay, where it was caught when he was quite young, andj was supposed to be about five years old when purchased by Mr. Cross, consequentlyly its present age is about 22. The effect of its unavoidable seclusion had djsplayed itSelf in strong symptoms of irritability during a cer- tain season, from the first, and these Symp- toms had beenrpbserved to be become strong- er each succeeding year as it advanced to- llards maturity. The animal was always kept at this season very low, and also pl...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Open to all Parties—influenced by none.] To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. \Opeii to all Parties---i7/ßuencedibylvone.'\ *' . - " Tojhe Editor of the Colonial Titnes. ^SiRy-Allow me to suggest, through the medium of your Paper, that those persons who issue nqtes at Launceston, should have some person at Hobart Town, w ho would con- solidate those which find their way hither, which they frequently do, (there being scarce- ly any other means of remitting money), and lie useless to the holders for perhaps twelve months,; or, what would be more useful, that the two towns, Hobart aud Launceston, should come to a mutual understanding, whereby the notes of either would be cur- rent, and generally received in the other. I am, Sir, yours, &c. ,_ < A SHOP-KEEPER.

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

To the Editor of the,Colonial Times. SIR,-I helieve it is generally known, that some of" the distributors of the Tract Society were prevented from circulo ting tracts in the Gaol on the Sahbath morning, .by a certain personage who assumes great authority. Query. " Would ¡t be'any abuse of 'his eccle- siastical authority, were he to prevent the Government Gazette from being circulated through the town on the Sabbath morning - 1 remain,'Sir, yours,-&c. *'-, * ' ; Q. fffoüfíToxttm October 25,11826. ' PHASER"*.-A short time since, a person of consequence ,in Van Diemen'« Land, dis- played the^ most heroic courage in nn attack --not on« the bushi-rangers-bnt on the gates* and doors of the premises belonging! tonn inoffens\ve individual, - Armed with an axe. he' marched forward to the,place, exclaiming! with the most determined valour-u Who shall molest me !" * ^ s SÍNGUÍAR BURGLARY.-A man was â shorti time back fully commmed at Launceston for breaking into gaol. This is rather a ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

.LlVpttJOkSTRfeBTjHOfcAW T0Ww J^s3^lMly.t^Wfoiim theGentryattdiub líe df VtfnjMemeVs Land,ithat he IHMSen a Lease of the above Hotel, since which it has undergone very material alterations, and as thés« improvements lurte' been made ex Eressly for the purpose of rendering the Esta lishment as complete as possible, J \T hnrio« Î* uri 11 nnl ha 'fiWnil !"£,.!_'. * <n* first Families in England, and an experienced Cook, have been engaged; and as every Exer tionwitlbe made to renderthe'Hotel wortlrr of Support; by moderate Charges, Civility and unremitting. Attention. J. M. trusts he may obtain a Share of Public Patronage. '1 he Wines and Spirits have been selected with great Attention, are of the first Quality and will be Sold, Wholesale and Retail, at the lowest Prices of any House in Town. TKE STOCK CONSISTS OP Prune Old Port Wine East India Madeira London ParticularOld Sherry Claret, Cape Madeira, Teneriffe, and va- rious other Wines, both in bottle and on tap Old Jamaica...

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To our Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

Cor* ûut, iffo vWponïr.rttto. We,are¡indebfed to the Jovial Traveller for 'much mirth and laughter, on perusing his adventure among the "Islands o/ the South Seas. "'We Would most readily ¿ive it inser tion, did not the present deplorable state of things forbid it; every one is so apt to sad- dle any* ridicule oti'themselves, that we are afraid giving publicity to his' innqcent pror duotion would subject' ûs to âuother ex omcio infbrniatiori, to the tune'of ¿£600. £ji . . -i-12 i Price of Bread-4^ci. Sterling. Silling Aiaaiah ale-A. Moodie, Esq.

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

SHIP NEWS. Arrived at Launceston on Tuesday week the Colonial schooner Governor Arthur, Cap- tain Hassell, from Sydney in 12 days; with the merchandize. - Passenger, Mr. Broadfoot. Sailed on Wednesday last the transport- ship Chapman, Captain Milbank, for Port Jackson. - Passengers, Dr. Hughes, R. N., Lieutenant Watchell, and 13 soldiers, of the Royal Staff Corps; Alfred Stephen, Esq. So- licitor-General ; Mr. Rodd, Mr. Richard An- son, Miss Sarah Anson, and Mrs. Crabtree.   Sailed on Monday last from Launceston the brig Governor Phillips, Captain Doutly, with 6000 bushels of wheat and 50 tons of flour, (the first flour that has ever been exported),   both from the Supply Mills on the River Ta- mar, for Sydney; two tons of tallow, a quan- tity of hides, and 1000 kangaroo skins, ship- ped by Mr. Thomas Williams. - Passengers, W. Emmett and V. Champion, Esqrs.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

%iÍOefc¡ntál. &¿retarttr¿<tyce0ctÜ3i |1 §26; » pleaded!to direct'.'that'the1 RegaiatljbÙB No.Ùr á^daytoftHé Qarc¡sbií,0EÜer;óf2üth September last, should equally apply to the BandîoP^îield Policé,' urtqerî:iHé Ordérsí¡df lieutenant Colonel B'ALFoùnf ?JJ Pi-^Vhëttf ever, therefore^ Settlers; hi the lntèndr 'sup. pjyl such..i PersdnBl#iththèlregùlated Daily Kation of ùTwo^Pôunds: xtf- ^loùr^ and Tiwd Pounds dffMeB^ach:Matí^ttéy'1v111'b.e'car«T' ful^td;io*értf^ Route, in the liand-wrítiq¿ of the Leader 'of the Party^f*y} táhW Means1 only^^ff$tltë: proper;Account ^'furnished; tó'enable^tftlí Assistant Commissary General to njakeyPaV Mr. JOHN EDWARD COX, having entered into the usual Bond of Qualification   has received a Licence to act as Auctioneer and Vendue Master for the County ofBuck- inghamshïre, for the Year 1826.         IT being Impracticable to Comply with the 'Demands of/Settlers for assigned ...

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Police Office. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

Police Office. WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER. 25. Several Informations were this day brought before the Sitting Magistrates, J. O.GAGE, Esq., R. WILLIS, Esq , and Dr. SCOTT, under the Order in Council, No. 2. The first case was an information against Mr. M'Dougall, the brewer, for selling one pint of beer to Mrs. Mortimer,for which he incurred a pe- nalty of £50. it appeared, on the part of the informer, that himself, a constable, and the witness, another constable, saw a man of the name of Bradshaw come from M'Dou- gall's with a pint of beer; that Bradshaw told them he had received it from Mr. M'Dou- gall, and that he had paid him for it. The Magistrates having, at the instance of Mr. M'Dougall, called Bradshaw as a witness, he stated, that he was requested by Mrs. Mor- timer to fetch a pint of beer from Mr. M'Dou- gall as a sample, as she wished to buy a cask, that he did not pay any thing for it, nor was any thing said about payment, as it was a   mere sample ; that he was stopp...

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

>* iii HOBART TOWN:       FRIDAY, 0CT0BER 27, 1826 »'M- s v_. _r _ ...... , .... * It was our intention to have this week enlarged upon the important subjects to       which we slightly drew the attention of our ReaderSlast.week; but, as the Public mind has beehJand!stÍU,is-»gítáted;ítoari éxténtíhithejf"r to ;ùtd^wPi?by'th^ thèis'upfeme Coùr,t, ¿we.'', hàvëiabstainedifrom so'doing for-thé presept. ,.,-.?; v .. .'; . Í.;.J.->>¡.-.v?¿ ..?:.'-?? . *! - - ' . .'...-'?. -, .;..»' ;. ... ...,..;. y; .?::-'.,.,..? ??, uiwmian-?-i., ?<;;'. .Again we éhave'to "advert 'to' the- subject which .has! already beeii so frequeritly 'dis- cussed; ¡hour ¡columns,' and which' is'sovery the __. ._ ..._..,., ,", , , mean, .. iii y i 11 ;%ÍÍ jje it t to X £h e. Free" jíií.dí y i jd »i als ^ vy h ó ni ay ch ii ñ ce' t p ' co me, h.efore tlie , Su pre me Court:; :fót; itíVeems to. us.obüt jiistj that .men who...

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SUPREME COURT. REX. v. BROUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 27 October 1826

SUPREME COURT               Rex v. Broughton                       This was an informati soner (late a clerk i spirits imported per the William Penn, in the year 1823; and 1365 dollars for duties upon   spirits imported per the Triton in January 1824; the first four counts related to the £29 5s. and the four last to the 1365 dollars.   The prisoner's receipts for the monies were handed in and proved, so that the only ques- tion in the case (except a legal one which was raised by Mr. GELLIBRAND, the prisoner's               Counsel) was whether these monies had been paid over by the prisoner, who was at     that t...

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Greece. RESOLUTION OF THE EIGHTH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AT EPIDAURUS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 November 1826

<&ttttt. RESOLUTION OF THE EIGHTH NAT^QtfA;. AS- SEMBLY AT EPlDAURUS. % . His Excellency the Ambassador of his Bri- I fannie Majesty at Constantinople, is request- ? ed to treat of'peace, between tf\e Ottoman Porte and the Greeks, on the foÛowUig con* ditions ':- r < Article 1.-That no Turk shall be permit- ted, to inhabit the Greek territory, or to pos- sess any property in Greece, because ii is im- possible for the two people to live together^ 2.--That all the fortresses in the hands of the Turks, in the limits of the Greek terri- tory, shall be evacuated, and given up to the Greeks. 3.-That the Sultan shall haye no influence over the internal organization, or over the Greek clergy. 4.-That the Greeks may have a sufficient force for the safety of the interior of the country, and a manue to protect {heir com- merce. , 5.-That they shall be governed by the same regulations, and enjoy the same rights, in the Peloponnesus, the Continent of Greece, the Isl...

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Central Election. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 November 1826

tendal me&ovt: < Tne Mother Country-is all' ali ve .with the . electing a new 'Par'lian)entî-vVë gather the' folio wing particulars1 i^: '? : ':'''."?';. : After'a severe contest the fèlttfwlhg Mern bers-were returned for tlüe'Cityof London, Mr.t sAlderman Thompson,-Mr. Aldferiiiaii Waith man, Mr. Alderman Wood,; and M?« Ward.; The .Lord- Mayor aud Mr; Ardoridan 'Garrete', were rejected. '''. ::iy:t '^ °'?''""?? '??'];? ?.:'?''?'"?.',.'?"?.' Messrs. Denison and Paltrier'haVe been? elected for Surry, to the exclusion of Mr. H.V iSüiiiner, who has so long represen ted it. ..' > Air, Calvert:an'd"Sii' Robert Wilson .were 'the^uccessful candidates for Southwark, af'-. 'tér'áiveW interesting contest. Hunt, theorator,; tried all his rhetoric to get returned[forManchester, but was disap-. pointed there/ H ¿then put up for the Coun-| ty of. Somerset, with, a little better prospect, of 'success. ,: .?.?'?.:;.. : _'".?? Cobbett, called the "bone grubber," for his great r...

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To the Editor of The Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 November 1826

To the Editor of The Colonial Timen, Siu,-As I lay on Saturday nigjU at the > »point of death, attended by my two doctors, your article upon the Currency question was read by one of them. Knowing that yon was the first to cry out the death of the dollar systetn, and feeling satjsfod that it was through you that our 6#LOÇH had condemned me, and thousands of my relations to death, without Judge pr Jury, I vas at the moment led into a belief, that my fate was not for ever sealed. Oh vain and visionary hope ! Oh cruejand relentless majl I Is it pot enough that I should be brought to a premature end without notice, and taken off like the snuff I of a candle, but must my last expiring mo- ments be disturbed by your lamentations and forebodings. Ha\e you already found Put that the change beggars the poor, and en- | riches the merchant ? And let.me ask you, : where were your eyes, ears, and understand- ing, and which of those had you fexerci9ed | at The time the Act was passed ? But my t...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 3 November 1826

Co crovrröponinjtttö. We have received various Letters from our Correspondents, upon the subject <f manuscripts. We intend to follow the plan of thei Joan Bvhh, viz. to destroy di original papers, and take the whole responsibility vpon ourselves % and in no case sJiall the author's name transpirefrom us. Price of[Bread--4^- Sterling. Sittinp Marist ra le~~J. bcott, Esq.

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