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ENGLISH TRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

ENGLISH TRAITS. Sir Richard Pbilipi in the third portion of iis ' Personal Tour,' says—' As far as I h»ve travelled, and had observed the nu to- il relations of the population, I had discov ered but verj partial sympathies among the various classes of the common hutaau family. There was the high-bred Aristocrats, who associated with none but their class, and who mingled by forced and very casual con descensions with certain other classes. There were the professions. Doer and Droud. or rich and lordly ; yet without being recog nised by lords, however much they aprd them in style and manners. Then there was the AntsTocRAty o? merk craft and ro bij'ion, but oue generation deep, and vul gar though affected ; looking back with hor ror and contempt at the democratic base whence they had just sprang, ret shunned by the decendants of the Norman robbers and of the plunderers of the church and its charities. These classes constitued respec tively 1 In 100, 15 in 100, and 10 in 100 —or 26 fami...

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

I CHINA GOODS. n UST arrived ex -- Nimuod', and ?f on sale at the stores of the Undersigned* He following goods : — H~ Black aim lavender colored sarcenet, ?lack lavenline and florentine, grey silk ?siuuce, tea. let and camlet, black silL baud Kerchieft, Nankin and Canton crape, floir ?ed and plain green gauxe, waist, watch and ?oa ribbon, brown and blue nankeen trow ?rs, white dock ditto, velvet Tests, camlet ?ckets, lined and braided, blue cloth caps, ?own nankeen, silk umbrellas, rattan bot ?ned chairs and couches, dining tables, ?How wood writing table and bookcases, ?sewood teapoys, table mats, Tarnished Kper boxes, leather travelling cases, color* ? paper hanging, lackered tea caddies, ?dies work baskets, and backgammon ta ?es, tortoise shell and born combs assorted, ?ory needle cases, whist counters, chess ?en, billiard balls, aud china puztles,— ? silver filigree' Tic, bracelets, rose chains ?id crosses, embossed pencil cases, and ?imbles, tea strainers, ' sweet-meats' Tii, ...

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SELECT POETRY. LINES TO A LADY ON HER DEPARTURE FOR INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 19 July 1830

SELECT POETRY. LINES   TO A LADY ON HER DEPARTURE FOR INDIA. 'Go where the waves run rather Holborn-hilly,   And tempests make a soda-water sea, Almost as rough as our rough Piccadilly, And think of me! Go where the mild Madeira ripens HER juice,—   A wine more praised than it deserves to be!   Go pass the Cape, just capable of ver-juice, And think of me! Go where the Tiger in the darkness prowleth, Making a midnight meal of he and she;   Go where the Lion in his hunger howleth, And think of me!   Go where the Serpent dangerously coileth, Or lies along at full-length like a tree, Go where the Suttee in her own soot broileth, And think of me!   Go where the human notes the Parrot dealeth In mono-POLLY-logue with tongue as free, And like a woman, all she can revealeth, And think of me! Go to the land of muslin and nankeening, And parasols of straw where hats should be, Go to the land of slaves a...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

Mir ML news. A 11 HIVED. Oa Friday— The schoonerPRiNCE H««nt lilill Tc.sk i^«W*ry, 66 ipUnks «dar. The Queen iCuARLOtr»»n* W'0^?^ w 'nested lW few day. ; the HENM had ?ailed Wore the Prince IUqmt, but put into Twofold Bay^ No Departures this week. _ since our last. ' ?

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, JULY 26, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

LAUKCESTON ADVERTISER* MONDAY. JULY 26, 18*30. ?? It it Ui*r«Uic dntr of a Journilist, to Jiifel **-'-j0|V Utiu tlia disilareu ofU.ii duty he laujt noUwea to (find 1^ ra*l B«rfu«tU frie from Oie»rr«wt «f tkoic who |»« mtr rMlwl uT™veiitin«ae JKpiof trail, from «o»frontiiit»idiu«. j»til£Uicirpu\v«r.' Oor contemporaries it appears, reg-. ularly introduce into all their pictures of this Colony some very sombre shades. One says it is a perfect gaol* and that the whole of too poople are either turn keys or confinei. Who* that wei auch a representation as this in our beloved native land, but will hesitate to embark th*ir wealth and their families : into a Colony wheu they must enter on such a disagreeable and repellinj'ioffipe as that of a gaoler or a turnkey? That one paragraph of the Official is the yery ? worst in our bumble opinion* which ever appeared therein, and certainly got in troduced in the hurry and confusion which necessarily attends a great press of business. Because, althou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

GOVERNMENT NOTICJB. No. 1SI. , M Colonial ItertUry'i JBce, jnly42, IBliV TkMR. Alexander Charlton hmogeta Wl tered into the necessary Bowl of feaUficatien, has been duly UcnwiMin Mctioneerand rendue Master inthe County ef™ .rawall, for the remainder of in. present y'r- By command ef Tkc Lieutenant Governor, - j. BurHbtt. ? 'government notice. No. 137, Colonial Secretary's Office, ,uly24st, 1830. rfHIE Lieutenant Governor has been 1 pleated to grant the undermentioned '''^''-TICKET OF LEXV* John Betcridge, *38, Prince of Orange. Bt Hi* Excellency's Command, / J. Bubnktt. GOVERNMENT NOTl«E. No. 139. , nm Colonial Secretary's OSce, juWaist, 1830. THE period for which the undermen tioned persons were transported hav in* expired, certificate* hate bew g« anted to ihem accordingly : Thomas Petert, S55, Chapman James Anderson, 195. do. Wm. Bolliu, alias ?olland, 7»», «? William Hale. 6#0, do. jeieph W» .A. 592, do. johnShiplej. 6*6, SirChai. Forbes jam.s Meeioii, «2, I'hatntx, (2) jolin Cl...

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LIFE ON BOARD A MAN OF WAR. (concluded from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

LITE OK BOARD A MAN OF WAR. (coiicliided frem our last.) ? Tom and i r. ere just making our way down from tit* fure-top-sail yard, vuien the enemy's guns 0{-ened upon us. Moriet grasping my baud, exclaimed, ' Don't forget Tom Morflet, M. — farewell !— to your gun '. to your gun '.'and so saying, he jumped down on the main-dock, where In; was quartered, and ] made the best of my way to the lower deck, and took my place at the sun. Lieutenant Broke drew ]us sword, aud told us not to fire till ordered. ' Point vour jfuns sure, men,' said he, ' and make every ?hot tell— that's the way to chow them British play !' He now threw away hi* hat on the deek, and t-i1d us to give the Turks three cheer*, whieh wo did with all our heart. Then crying out, ' Stand cleor of the guns,' lie gave' the word ' FIUE !' and immediately tlifi whole tier of gtiHs was dh charged, with teriKc effect, into the side of tha Turkish admiral's ship that lay abreast of us. After tliis it was, ' {ire away, ray boys, ...

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TASMANIA ADVANCING!!! [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

TASMANIA ADVANCING 1 U . , . ?TliebrSgs »«'iind D.rtM »o»f«« = »?» wfceatand willsooa beonthtir way to Sydney. ?SeJtaSCh been leaded by Mr. Thomas William who,*.. lbipp«l. . 'liiaySg forSTdoey, Hie mercantile quanUtf ofWJOO bosheli of wheat-ana aU this too in this S2ai, ttaw torch U^AHdwha better proof can »e detrre thaw this, that *_'_ -1-i.^.f „.., «hin in sue season from a little town like Lsuueeston, such an enor .ous quantity, as cemfared to t»«e pemila 'ontT S And this is not Ae only jnerchanl who is encaeed shipping wheat. Messrs. J. « J SotoES ^ will ship nearly three fourth, of the above quantUy, or 30,0©0 bosheli, Capt. iSLgha,. Vs shaped, off some theaund basuels, aud et«ry aierchaut we have has Xipp more or lefs, bsride. a quantity sent o8Pw.nhiver,an« also * U«qwuy of barley and oats which have beea sent to HobartTown; and even now, wpen*^1' is selling atfHebartpn as nign » ™; ij; bushel, Weft is to be bonght in almost any quantity, at frem 5s. to 6s. per bushel, not wi...

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SELECT POETRY. THE MIDNIGHT REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

BB&JSCff V-DSVR7« THE MIDNIGHT REVIEW. A drenmer. in the dead. Of tli* nigbt, from bit tomb JUU arisen, and afar Y« hear the rolling of M» drusl. Me plies th* rapid stick* With a white unfleshed am. As ae boats tbe retreat The roroil and th* alarm.. Tfce rererberating drum Oiret a laud untartkly »»»»li : Iiromtlieirerowd slumber eUrtlif Tse heroes undar groend. Iron tliMTnl-homes chill Witsin the boiom of the Herts. Aae warm rank* of Italy The warriors come forth ; From Nile's maddy bed, And fron Arafcjs hot lands, *jhe buried hare arisen, Witk their armi in their has SI. A»ia trnrapeter, at dead Of light, from hit graT* Sariantohone. and is ealliac Wick hit battle-blast the brare. Oa shadowy chargers anddealT Rise up the Imperial GOan ; gqaadroni old in glory. Blood j men and scurd ; Thair bleached brows, beneatk Tke helmet's rbattly glare : Tacirbonr hands lift «*K tl j «» Their long blades in tbe air. Aid a rhiefUia. at the hoar Of midnight, from the deal Arises with his ...

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AN ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

A\ ERA. The Captain of the barque Nimiarf has broeght u». a new batch of TBrnigrants, of a neve' character, in this Ulead. They are from the ancient Empire of China, and are of a very useful description, being all car penters. It is uaderstoed that the Captain br,Sus)ercargo, wishes to keep them under weir own charge, and employ them in makv in« such work as they understand, and wnlc* may suit the p«opfo generally. Many of oar mechanics consider them ai likely to iniore the trade -that. is to say, that they will bo very likely to reduce the BMCes of cabinet work: nine men in one branch certainly will effect come reduction in those branches upon which they «r« em ployed, aad however dwpleasiug such fallia price may prove to a few, it will prove of great benefit to (he mtti). Take for instance chair making :-ln Sydney, ajceodcaue bot tomed chair can be purchased Tor from 12s. to 15s ; bere the very same article is sold after being brought from thenee, for 57s. 6d. *„ «n.. s-ii' M-n i-...

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SYDNEY NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

SYDNEY NEWS. ARRIVED. ? ©a Tuesday, *0Ih June, from London, w heaee ? the tailed tlie 3rd or March, (he shi|i Roslj-Ji ? Cattle, Captain Fergus son, rcith 13S I'omaAe piis Benert, Surgeon Sin-pvitendent, W. C Wyatt, ? Em).— Passenger, \V. Jafjaes, Esq. witli 9 cliil Bdreti. Tttif. Jaqucs died on the passage. This H vessel lost her usam-masi end nriwn top-mast in m a sudden squall off St. Pauls. ? Dalten, th« bushranger, who wai takes ? on« day last week in company with Mac ? ?snurrs, was tried on Friday, and executed fon Monday. — guide work (kn. I Tuksuay, 20th June,— The Judges sat (?? I day in Bonrt, when Mr. Justice Dow ling, [first, delivered a most elaborate opiaionou I the raises attempted to be shewn for graut [ iaga new trial en behalf of tbo Rev. R. Maas f field, at the prosecutioa of W. C. Wnitwortb, [ E»qnire, for libel, coacludiug decidedly I agaidst the rule applied for. Mr. Jnitic* [ Stepkon, In a very eloquent and enerjretlc I Banner, commented ea tho character of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

Subscribera to the Launcnten AiNrM' «* ? retpcctfuUj informed, that all pet'' ? will be charged for this paper up «?«» K expiration of tbe passing qu«»«r» ?» Bb that all notices to discontinue taust '«»»?? corapanled with aff the arrears, or » ?. paoer will be sent and cHarpifirW* m TheliuMter Da/i are-September Mth, D^ ? ember Slit, March 31st, a«a J'« *'? ?/ respectively. A . ?r.iM H The Terms are as follow --^^hfZ M in advance 10s. ; if paid at the cau*n» B, Quarter Us. All Subscribers whi ' P*7'« H inserting their Advertisements »?»*?? timu, will be entitled to 9 i'«rtl'M£ ?' tis ; U th* irst 8 lio*s 3». ****** H each Una respectively beyond «A«W«fK W is Sd. per lfne; to rfonsubicriben »«?'*? th* irst t li-e«, mi 3d. »*r !?»« » »?. above that number. . „..? All manuseript AdvertUements ^will »? - ?* M tinued until counlermaBdcd, «f»fVjT«fi number of insertient '? =^tf etattimaf oranlMi they would b* »ut of «W|1» AiriJdeVi tf discontinue *^***S!SiU must be given or Sarurdsyi, Mfw...

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BRITISH NEWS via SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

BRITISH KEWS. vUSVDKEV. Mr. O'Coonel gave notire on tbv.Srti Feb. of fcU iatentioa to more that tiutuiLouWIic hfH u ajaftiictionii all«B- tions ef libeL ' ' ' ' ? Newt hurt reached England of the ttutvtiqg of the !*»».» River bubble . but few would believe tlic stury. and another ihiploAd of *0» onip-nntsjiid auiually Sailrd fur. the im ?ettloraeat a d»y urtwo. jirwirtui to tlie auslyn CenClt TUeflovvrnur of Nrwniundlutid liu tlccitlcd that thr Ca tholic Relief Bill dope not include His Majesty* Catholic iubjcct& in the Colonies. Tbry h&ve id consequence prepa red petitions to 1'arliamcnt uu tlic tubjvet, Thia ii a mat ter of none interest liura. In » short conr«S|ioudence between the Duke of Welling ton and Mr, Sainbury, ageutlriBan doply iutert&ted in tha security ofChurch pronerty. Tke Duke u said to har* u lurrd him he had no intention of mcddlmg with the Church Establisbncnt. The Rule obtained in the case of Fisher, an obscure, at torney, against Clement...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

WEVAVS, Breast and Biiotit v Baker, begs leave moit reipeot fully to iafrem his Frienaa and the Inhab itants of Launctstoa, that he Jw* cmmcb cea Baking eu his own aetoirat in Cnarlee Street, opposite the Waterloo Tavern, and hopes by unremitting attention, to merit a share of their patronage. Famlliea called upon regularly every day if required: Sweet ant) Fancy Baucuits; Rich, Plain, and Weddiag; cakes made to order on tho shortest Notice. £3- Hot Beefsteak, Mutton aad Kidney Pies every* evening from fl to 8. A KILL OF EXCHANGE, pf l\. which the subjoined is a copy, having; been lost in transmission between the Springs mid Lauuceslon, 1 do hereby cau tion «H persons not to receive the same ju payment, no consideration having been given, tor the same. SAMUEL PORTER* Julj 26th, 1830. CORY :-: LsunciitQH, July 24/ A, 1830. £30. Oi. Oil. 771 Thru Mtnlht ofttr d»t$ »ay te me or my trier, tht turn of Thirty Found* Sterling, f»r valut received. Signed PATRICK DUNN. T# Mr. SA MUSL POKTB1L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 26 July 1830

? ' S u^ssssammv L^v ' ' t ; H^^^Mp^ ? I BT MR* Jr. HBttGHTON, fcthelnd August, end following days, at ?Meadow Bank, aear Campbell Town:— k GREAT variety of Goodf, cob. A stating ef all the necessary articles et liiii'and fcntlemens' dfciscs, unmade; ?d a craal variety of vens' eloathlag . fTERm—A crecW of Three Mntb en |oa bills with twa Barnes. ?T-0 be sold hj Private Coh tract. — H These eligible and commodious Pro ?mi, tUuat* In Cameron Street, oppaiita ?t Cenrt House, and next deer te the Po ?e Office, tke property of Doctor Camtren, I present ueeupiad by Mr. Parkiaie*. m» property it litaated in tha very centre ? Launeoston, and tha respectability of the ?ighboorheed ii toe well kuewa to require ?rthcr comment. The praient lease ex ?res ?? the first of October next, when Be purchaser can take personal poiicnien. ?Farther particulars may be kaewa by ap ?rag to W A. CHARLTON. ?wnceiton, ?July lfith, 1830. I^Olt Sals bf Fr rate Bargain.— 500 F EWES In lamb or with lamb* bj tK.ir ...

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BOW-STRF[?] WIT [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

[?] Over th« f re. place at the public Office, Bow. street it a likeness ?( tke celebrated Sir Jehu Fielding Knight, who was at the head of this establishment after losing hit light. A gei tUraan, a few days ago, observed that Field ing was a great eaceurager ?Uhievtnr. ' How so r' asked hit friend. «' Whr don't yea knew he w,W.1.«!fl«rfcsfcnitfc-i' — 'ift. T. W. Colonial Secretary's Offiee, July 28, 1130. j \ LL convicts holdwg tickets of baye,! I\ are directed to appear on Saturday, the 4th of September next, *t the Police Office of the Dlitricts, id which they respec tively reside, fer the parptse of being mas tered by the Police Magistrate. BjHig Excellency's Commitd, i. BURNETT.

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AUNCESTON ADVERTISER, FROM GOUGER'S LETTER[?] SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

4 ITJtfCESTpX AD FER TISE& FROM GO'JGRR'S LBTTlITi-,^. SYDNEY. \J ' My own roan, who had served me f«HJ eight years in England, and had often sworn thst he weald go the wide world ever with me, seeiog that 1 was the best of masters. never readied my new abode. ?« had suved about ISO/, in my service ami I had advised him te take the money out of a London Savings' Bsnk, under an idea that he might obtain ten per cent, fer it at Sydney. He followed my advice. And about a month after out arrival I missed him oue morning. Before night I received a letter, by which he informed me that he bad taken a grant* f land near Banter's River, and that ho ' hoped we parted friends.' He is now one of tho noit eoRBequental persona in tho colony, has grown enormously fat, feeds «»on greasy daiaties, drinks G^eaas of bottled porter and pert wine, damns the governor, and swears by all his gods, Jupiter, Jingo, and Old Harry, that this colony must ?oen oe independent.' * An indented emigrant, nam...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

LA UNCESTON AD VER TISEIf, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1830. ' ? ? It it tb« pablic dntr of a Jonpialitt to' diiptl datuion : but ia Ilia dischkic* oftlns tint j h* malt not expret to findlm read perfnotly fr«i Tram the arrow of th»»e wbo «reint*r«-Uil inprsrenting-ihe Mgit of truth fcoo confrouting and diilir fating tt»ir f ower.' We woald just at this crisis caution the public apon expending the circula ting medium upon goods of foreign manufacture, more particularly bo where those articles are, to all intents and par poees, sheer luxuries, useless for any purpose except sho«r, partioolarly dear, and of no r.eai or intrinsio value. A ressel' has latterly irrhred from China and Java, which vessel has im ported a, valuable cargo — but of what ? Not of such goods «s are in any way necessary for, our use or comfort, except a part which bears but ? small value as respects the general cargo.. And now that distress i- making1 such rapid strides through the Mother Country, it strong ly behoves .all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

4 BILL OF EXCHANGE, of L 4. which the subjoined is a copy, having ; been lost in transmission between the . Springs and Launceston, I do hereby cau- 1 'Ion all persons not to receive the same iit myment, no considvralien having been given or the same. SAMUEL PORTSR.. rulj26tk, 1830. COPY :— Launettton, July 24/A, 1830. »30. 0#. Od. Three Months afttr date pay 0 me or «.^ iver, the turn of Thirty Pvundt Sterling, for vaiue rtceived. Signed PATRICK DUNN. ? Mr. SAMUEL PORTER, at the Sfringi. The above is accepted payable at the Cern all Bank by SAMUEL PORTER, find en oritdbj- PATRICK HUM,

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the Editor of the Launcosten Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 2 August 1830

I-ju KJUer of th Lamctittn. JdttrMur. fS Sir.— A false and malicious report hat fSbeen circulated during the last week, -f^Kir ruinous to my character as a fait l&Hcsman, r which character 1 have always . ^Kavbvred to support) 1 shall feel obliged '?Kour publishing the following pjafn state* ' YgWt«f tacts, by which the Public will be jH)ltd to judge how far I am deserving of it^Bgbenjinable- imputation cast upon my ^?have been in the habit far the last four* '?^Kths of receiving fat fiom Mr.R. Dry, ofj ?? ^Kin, -which fat has been mostly delivered! y ^Bpne man, D- Horrocks, an assigned sery-| » &V«f Mr. Dry's. About a month ago this? ^K offered me some fat for sale. He brougfctj ^K tht dusk of the evening, and told meit (?H what was allowed him as his perquisite.; q ^Kld bim I would not take it in after* f^K.as it did not look well; he asked m* to* -t ?Kw bim lo leave it till the next day, when L I ^Kuld enquire about it. I did so, and saw! ''?H Lyons, Mrs. Dry's Fa...

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