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THE KING'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

THE KING'S SPEECH. Agreeably to adjournment, Parliament waa opened ou the 4th of February, when the Lord Chaualler delivered the following Speech : *' My Lords and Gentlemen, ' We are rcinmajided by His Majesty te inform you, that His Majesty teceives from all foreign Powers the strongest assurances ef their desire to maintain and celtivale the ?tost irieudly relations with this country. ' His Majesty has seen with satisfaction, that the w»r betwern Hussia and the Otto ?an I'orle has been brought to a conclusion. ' The efforts of His Majesty to accomplish the mam object of the treaty or the 6th of July, ifc27, have been unrcmiited. ?' i ? **,'J*rty having concerted Measures with lug allies for the pacification and linal settlement of Greece, trusts that be shall be enabled at an early period, to communi cate to you the particular* of this arrange, inent, with such information at may explain the courie which Hit Majesty has pursued throughout the progress ef tlieie important trauiact...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

ship Jmjk. news. Arrived. _ . . _ On the «4th,-Tne brig Bee, Captain J. Anhby, from Sydney, via Circular Head. On the 25th,— The brig Lion, Csptain J. Me Leod, from Hobart Town, with a cargo «f merchandize. Sailcd. On Wednesday,— The schooner Fhiend in if for Circular Head. Vessels remaimno in th* Hamour. Brigs Bee and Lion, and cutter Opossum. Arrived in hobart town. June 30— The brie Elizabeth, Captaia Swan, Irom Sydney the 13th June, with a »pneral cargo.— Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. M'Uclilan and child Captain Wentworth and Ladv, Lieutenant Briton, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Cole, Mr. Farnel, Mr. Brown, Mr. Lulhman. Mrs. Wilton, Mr. Henry Wilson, Mary Ann Wilson, Mr. Jer mot, Mr. Wells, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. James Thompson, Mr. John Wright, aui Mary Wright. SAILED FROM HOBART TOWN. June 27.— Sailed the ship Wanstead, Cap       tain Friend, for Sincapore, Calcutta, and ioiidoii, with a cargo of merchandize— Pas ienr«rs, Mrs. M. C. Friend, Mis...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JUNE 58, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

LAUNVESTON ADTERTISER, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1830. It it ih« public duty of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this . duty he must not expect t« find his road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the vEgis of truth from confronting aud dissipating 'tbttr power. The Colonial Time* of June 25th, has, is criticising an article which ap peared in this journal 'of the 21*/ till , fallen into some very gross errors, or othcroisa it lias, through wilfiillness, deduced false conclusions from our pr«. mises, and has in one or two instances' perverted a whole paragraph. \y, should feel obliged to the Editor of (lit Colonial Times, if he wou d be -0 kind and condescending as to point out in what part of our paper he found tin two following sentences : — .*' And that luckily they have but fettor the Hobarton Notes iu circulation.' And again :— ' That it is utterly impotnHe to get a load ?f grain to the wharf, &' .' We own that our abi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 5 July 1830

DIED :— At Ferdoin, on the 28th May last, in the 18th year of his age, John, eldest Son of Dr. DONALD CAMERON, Physician.        

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

SALE BIT AUCTION. BY MB.H1CHARD WB1TE, On Tuesday the 13th July, on the Premises ef of Mr. George Parkinson, the following Articles :— Ai QUANTITY of drill and duck X*. trowsers Do. do. cassinett do. Do. do. blue cloth do. Do. do. duck frocks Blue cloth trowsers Drab cloth and cord breechts A variety of waistcoats Britannia metal tea pots Clasp knives Iron note Caudle sticks Gimbleis Miingl* and palling nails i:\ooi\ng brads A few pipps excellent Madeira wine Do. hints, porter Jamaica mm in bond Do. by the 5 gallons duty paid Tobacco in bond : with a variety of other ai tides. TERMS OF SALE :— To purchasers under £15. Prompt Payment; and above that amount approved bills, o( 3 months. Launceston, 1 at July, 1830. Stephen GnooMBRlDGE begs leave respc ? t''ully to inform the public that be his comuiiiutU business in the Saddle and Haviifis line, at George Hirhardg', and hopei by strict atient ion and moderate charges, to be favored with their orders. N. B.— Saddles, Harness, tec. repai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

[advertisement.] Sia, The strong degree of feeling that his been excited in favour of the five Bush, rangers, Morion, Cbwden, Sainler, LaugMon and Stuart, who are erroneously staled to have absconded fross my service, and the prejudice endeavoured to 'be created against dip and my family, induce me to olfer to tbe Public the following statement of farts. Ou the first day of May, 1829, I rented my farm «f Taliskerto Messrs. Itobert and Grorge Stuart, and my eldest son, and trans ferred to their servire nine men,asnougwho-a were the five abovr-named.— They remained in the service of the Messrs. Stuarts till the 19th july, wlu*n they absconded, for what r en sen I do not know. Being aware that my family were that night unprotected (my sod and I being unavoidably absent ) tli--y cane to this house about two o'clock on the snorn iii-T of the 20th, and with th» most dreadful oaths forced open the outer door of the house and tuok possession of al! the aim*, which, with some tea and sugar t...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

LAUNCESTON ADFEliTISER, MONDAY, JI'LY 12, 1830. It is Hii- public duty of a Journalist to dispel (Ir).ision; bui in the dis- hnrgt of this d'ily he must not expert to fiud bis l'oarl|iriiecMy free from the arrows of those wb-.i arc interested in preventing the Jtgis or ii id) from confronting as-d disiipating their (lower. ) We are pleased at being: this week enabled to lay b fore our teaders ft faith ful account of ihe Tonnage which has , entered ai:d sailed from this Port', during i two quarters of Ihis year, and the cor responding: quarters of last year. Such ;: iu exposition Ht the present time must be peculiarly satisfactory to all the Co lonials of this Isle — a time when trade i and manufactures hare fallen off so rcry ' terribly ih.it a (ytho of our countrymen at home, in gfarioua Old England are all but tinrving to death ; and in order that ? persons not acquainted with Launcestou m*y fu ly itppreciate Ihe trade of thifc Port, we ajraiu inform them, that the i population of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

We humbly submit to His Excellency, (hat the present state of the streets of Lauu ceston, demands his instant attention, and particularly as regards tho footpaths ; and with submission we would point out, that local laws have always been past in our ven erated Father Land, providing a footway for people in every town and city : aud we ber leave to press upon Hib Excelleiicv's most earnest attention, the almost utterly impassable state of our footpaths, first, by the gross o-'glect of the majority of (he pro prietors ausl occupiers of houses, and tbe driving of- carls across them into persous* yardt, particularly in some parts of tbe town ; and also by the practict, (made al most imperative by tbe depth of mud in the cartwayt), of riding on the footpath— aud this practice extends frosi tho highest rank to the lowest servant iu the town. We there fore beg to press this matter, in order that *om« legal enactment ssay be pisnd to compel every proprietor or occupier of a house, or of any...

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THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

THK RAW. This is a famous time for the lawyers. The old saying, that when rogues fall out hon est men come by their own, may be reversed very handsomely now, on condition that we call tlie'lllustrissimi' of the Horse guards ' Ikonest,' which we do in the most nervous and punctuillious sincerity. But the lawyers have the .whole profit on both sides. Four actions in one week. ' Egad,' as Con greve says, ' rooks and lawyers fatten in the frost; tor they pick up, where others would starve.' We have no earthly idea of laughing at' such things: nay. we never laugh at dun geon bars or fixed bayonets. But there are some things at which we may still laugh. The Duke of Brunswick has brought an action against the ' Foreign Review' for a libel. We only hope that ha will not trust the tongues of those slippery orators the lawyers, but come and state tbs onse him self. He has heroism enough for any thing ; and he might have double the advantage of settling his affair of honour with Count MUn stcr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

On Thursday morning an express arrived, bearing the death warrant for the three men convicted of the rape upon the infant ; and on Saturday morning they were hurried into the awful pnsftice of an offended God. They weie uot three minutes on the scaffold Brady, the Irishman, declared with his dying breath that he knew nothing of the crime he was charged with, and that lie died inuone:it,Uio other two said not a word, but ai-|---iirrd quietly to rosign themselves to their fnte. The Public ^t-nerally appeared to with to see the 1,-mt sentence of the L;iw fulfilled upon these mm, because their crime \vai of that magnitude and of that distressing nature that every one seemed lo feel the necessity of some powerful check being put to this poison, this dreadful plan of poisoning the minds as well as the persons of the rising generation. TtUE TOYAGG OUT, BY MRS. BOWDITCH. 'The miseries of a sea voyage are loudly blazoned forth by those who, making their passage in an Bast or West Indiamen, o...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

SYDXEY NEWS. (Frtm the Australian.) The new Licensing Act has passed at Syd ney, and is contained in only 51 teetiom,. besides TariouB forms. It differs from our Licensing Act in the following very useful particular! : — Penalty for selling without license.— For \\ the first offence £30 ; second .£50 ; and the Ik licensed dealers may not sell less than 2 gal Is Ions, instead of 5 gallons. II Masters living out of the tojj-ns may supply If their own servants wilb Jiquer, ' but not to r exceed the one-third of their wages in any one week.' 'Trustees of an Insolvent Publican may carry on business under recognizance.' \: 'No sign or mark of the kind to bt kept p at any house not licensed. Penaly £ 10 to Ik JC40.' 1 1 ?' No recognizance to be forfeited, except If for a third offence.' l[ 'No license to maintain any action for I ? debt, or liquor, sold short of 20s. at any one I time., except in running accounts with tra | ' Tellers.' 'Nor sell more liquor than half a L pint, in other tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

I SALE BY AUCTION. I BY MR. RICHARD WHITE, H)n Tuesday the 13th July, en the Premise* of ? of Mr. George Parkinson, the followiug ? Articles:— I A QUANTITY of drill and duck ?TV trowsen ? Do. do. cas6inett do. I Do. do. blue cloth do. ? Do. do. dnckfrecks ? Blue cloth trowsers ? Drab cloth and cord breeefces ? A variety of waistcoats ? Britannia metal teapots ? Clasp knives ? Iron pots ? Candle slicks ? Gimblots ? Shingle and pailing nails ? Flooring brads ? A few pipes excellent Madeira wint I Do. nhds. porter I Jamaica rum in bond ? Do. by the 5 gallons duty paid I Tobacco in bond: with a variety of ? other articles. ? TERMS OF SALE :— To Durchascrs under Klo. lioaipt Paytneut; and above tfcat Emoun? approved bills, of 3 mouths. TO LET   A GOOD substantial Weather-board- ed HOUSE, in Charles-street--it is       well adapted for a respectable residence,and has a large piece of Garden ground,well   fenced in,which lies...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

SHUT ^HIl NEWS. Arrived. On Friday,— The brig Dart, Capt. Hind son, from Sydney, with a cargo tf merchan dize. Same Day,— The barque Nimrod, Captain Harvie, from the East Indies and Sydney, with a valuable cargo to G. Halston, Esq. Cargo of the brig Bee, John Anlaby mas ter, 134 tons, from Sydney.— 14 hhdf. Cape If wine, 280 bags of maize, 2 caws of oranges, if 4 do., hops, 1 bale- of shirts, 57 feet of IS pine plank ;— from Circular Head forSyduey. 1| ' — b tons of potatoes, 10 tons of salt. Cargo of the brig Lion, from Hobarton   279 tons,— 1 case hardware, — 10 packages raisins,— 17 boxes valentia do.,— 1 case   shoes, 1 do., Umbrellas,— 1 bale sacks,—   1 case of printed calicoes,— 20 boxes of soap,   — 13 chests,— and 76 ball chests tea,— 5 cases hats and clothing, 1 cask Ironmongery,—   10 boxes plums, 20 bags to rice. Mr. James     Cameron; 2 cases stationery,— 2 boxes type, &nb...

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CURIOSITIES OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

CURIOSITIES OF FRANCE. Noted by John Locks At Lyons, " they showed us, upon the top of a hill, a church, now dedicated to the Vir- gin, which was formerly a temple of Venus ; near it dwelt Thomas a Becket, when ban- ished from England. * * * * About half a league from St. Vallier we saw a house, a little out of the way, where they say Pilate lived in banishment. We met with the owner, who seemed to doubt the truth of the story : but told us there was mosaic work very ancient in one of the floors. At Montpelier, I walked, and found them   gathering of olives— a black fruit, the big- ness of an acorn, with which the trees were thickly hung. All the highways are filled with gamesters at mall, so that walkers are in some danger of knocks. * * * Parasols, a pretty sort of cover for women riding in the sun, made of straw, something like the fashion of tin covers for dishes. * * * Monsieur Renaie a gentleman of the town, in whose house Sir J. Rushworth lay, about four years ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 12 July 1830

? CHINA GOODS. Bf UST arrived ex ' Nimhod' and HJ oo sale at the stores of the Uudersigned ?be following goods :— ? Block and lavender colored sarcenet, ^fclack laventine and florentine, grey silk ^Eanuce, scarlet and camlet, black silk ha nd- ^Eerchiefs, Nankin and Canton crape, flow ^Ered and plain green game, waist, watch nnd Hhoe ribbon, brown and blue nankeen trow Hers, white duck ditto, velvet vests, camlet ^?acketi, lined and braided, blue cloth caps, Hirowo nankeen, Bilk umbrellas, rattan bo l Komed chairs and couches, dining tables, ^Lello«r wood writing table and bookcases. ^Kosewood teapoys, table mats, varnUhed ^fcaprr boxes, leather travelling cases, color Bid paper hanging, lackered tea caddies, ?adies work baskets, and backgammon ta HTles, tortoise (hell and horn combs assorted, Hvory needle cases, whist counters chess Hnen, billiard balls, and china puzcles. — H* silver filigree' viz. bracelets, rose chains Hnd crosses, embossed pencil cases, and Khimblei, tea strain...

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SHIP NEWS. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

SHIP JIIl NEWS. I 1 Sailed. I On Thursdays!,— The Government cut | tcr Chaulotti ?- ith prisoners, for Maria I island. She biowght storeB for the Commit I sariat, the week before, but wosomitted by I us in our last number, james Holman was 1 Benl to Maria Island by this vessel for pie ¥ varicalion before the Supreme Court. ? Cargo of the Barque Nimrod,— 231 toni, I Thomas Harvic Master, from Chiua and Java, I and not by way of Sydney as ssated in our |i iH.t ? U30 chests hvson-skin tea, 39 pack* If ages fine tea, to Richard Jones Sydney, I SO H chests far Kemp & Co., Hobart Town, 14 f* packages furniture, 4 cases do. S do. paper, l ? 4 do. cinnamon. 6 boxes nankeen, 1 pack age garden seeds, 10 trunks silks and cloth ing, S cases screens 8tc, 1 bundle Umbrel - las, 2 cases ivory ware, 3 do., latkerwaro, 3 packages of hair sieves, % do., soy, 1 do., locksoy, 20 hnlf tubs of sugar candy, 66 bundles floor mulling, 1 b»x silks, 30 pack ages of powder*-!' vag«r 6 baskets of Manill...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

LAUNCE8TON ADTERTISER, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1830. It i» the public dutj of a Journalist to dispel delusion; but in the discharge of this duty he must not expect to find bis road perfectly free from the arrows of those who are interested in preventing the JBgis of truth from confronting aud dissipating their power. History inculcates in etroag and very plain language that no nation or people can long remain rich or powerful (however blessed by situation), without a sufficiency, or nearly so, of fertile territory, to produce corn for the con sumption of the Inhabitants; many States have tried to effect tbe overthrow of this maxim, but their effort* ended in their own failure, and have almost placed this position as incontrovertible, beoause the people we allude to did not fail through any want of diligence, car*, or frugality — as witness the Dutch, the Belgians, and also the Venetians, once Masters of the Ocean. Venice, like Britain, once could beast of being the Queen oC the Seas ; but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

For Hobart Town. npHH barque '* Nimrod' has room k for a few tons of Goods, and will sail for the above I'ort about the 18th instant. For Freight, apply to Thomas Liar vie, Esq. Commander, or to GAVIN IULSTOK, Agent. Launceslon, 10th July, 1830. Public Pound, Launccston, july 12th, 1830. IMPOUNDED by Hen ry Green , on jnly 1st:— ' 1 grey cow, while back and belly, and long horns, brand supposed to be i D on we uearhip. Damage 5s. ,.,.., If not claimed and redeemed within the time allowed by law, it will be sold by me at the said I'cuiid, on the first Wednesday m August. 6 GEO11GB PYLB, Poundkecper. FOR Sale at Mr. Burgess* New Store corner of Brisbane and Charles Stre- is, Tasmanian Almanacks, Printed Forms of Application for Assigned Servants, Bills of Lading, Poundkeepers' Bonds, and also the several Forms required at tile Custom House, in order to remove imported goods from bond. TO LET. A GOODSab8taotialW«ath«rboard J\. ed HOUSE, in Charles-street.— It is well adapted for a resp...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

I SYDNEY NEWS. I By Sydney Oazettei to June 25th, we find ? that the Court is nearly occupied with libel ? cases, chiefly relating to squabbles between I Editor*, and to new trials, whore the Revd. ? Government Editor has been worsted, aud I that upon the false hypothesis, that the Jury I had found a verdict contrary to the directions I of the learned Judge who tried the cause. ? The Judge may argue as ha is inclined, but ? the Jury are the. only persons to find a ver ? diet, even in direct opposition to the Judge's I declared sentiments, ai witness Hone, when' I tried before Lord Ellenborough. I Captain Piper sends his cheese into Sydney I by waggon loads. I The Sydney Qaztttf is preaching to the good I folks about imitating our vigour aud fruit I fulness in establishing a Philosophical Soci I «ty, and tells us that tba first vol. of its I transactions is in the press, and concludes a I long address thus— 'Up, Sydney, Up 1' I An awful list of Sheriffs tales grace the I above paper ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

SALE BY AUCTION. MM —?*»?£'':??#--— ^sssssssssl UY MK.niCHAKn WHITE, «^H At (he l.aunci-ston Hotel, on Thursday, the fl^^H ?12ud insuint :— i^l^H rgMillEi: valuable MAKES, lately fl^H £ imported from Sydney, arc stinted to jfi^ifl SAM, l)f STKia TliAl'. and arc believed to I^^H be in foal by that Horse. I^^H TEU.MS ? Approved Hills at 3 months, or H^H good Ftoirablc Wheat at the market price. lUB Lauucvstou, ^^BH July 17th, 1830. ' t»U I VI E Undersigned has on Sale. — IH Good Mnlt WMIMCEY and GIN', on the '!flfl most r--a-oiul)lu terms. Barley or Wheat IH^H will bo tukrn as part payment. l^i^H J. R. MURl'IlY- jflH Macquario Distillery, l^^^B July 17 th. 1S;-O. JH !MIK UndRrsiy,ned bngs to inform (he ^^^H l'nblic, that he tins commenced Grind i/l^BBI ing Wheat at 9d. per buihcl, or a toll of - T^^H 9lbs. per bu«hel. l^i^H J. Ii. MIJRl'UY. l^isH Miifquurie Distillery and Flour Mills, HI^LsssH July 17th, 1830, '^^H WANTS a Situation.— A regular !f^H nnd well experienced Gardener, pvr-...

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