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Important Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

Important Intelligence. Our readers will recollect we some time ago noticed in the Colonial Times, that the Governor of Bombay had interfered with the judicial proceedings of the Judges of that Province. The consequence has been, that Sir John MALCOLM, the Po litical Governor, was peremptorily recalled by His Majesty's   Government, the instant they learned indecent interference with those independent and upright Judges. This is as it should be. The intelligence was brought to Sydney by the       Lord Rodney ; and the Sydney Monitor, Says, it may be re- lied upon as correct.

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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The Black Natives. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

The Black Natives. In our last number, in reporting that some natives had at- tacked and plundered the house of Mr. BROOK'S, at New Norfolk, we stated that Lieut. FRY was in the house at the time, and that he had left behind him in the flight, sixteen sovereigns, which were afterwards found scattered on the floor by the natives. This information, communicated to us by a respectable individual, so far as it related to Lieut. Fry, we have since been credibly informed, is erroneous ; for, in- stead of that officer being in the house at the time, he was in pursuit of (and had been so for 36 hours) the natives ; and it was only upon his return to the Settlement of New Nor- folk that he discovered, that the natives had been at Mr. Brook's house.             On Monday morning, a tribe of about ten natives robbed the house of Mr. JOHN HAYES, at the foot of Constitution Hill, within a few hundred yards of the Swan ...

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Government Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 20 November 1829

Government Notices.   The Lieutenant Governor nas been pleased to appoint Mrs. CLARK to be Matron of the King's Female Orphan ScHool,     vice Mrs. Norman, deceased. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to direct, that the names of those individuals, who have received either absolute or conditional remission of their sentences, and of which His Majesty's allowance has been signified, be published for general information.   FREE Pardons-Thomas Gardner, Stephen Broa, William Parsons, David Davies, John Watson alias Naylor,     James Coyle, James Moody, Patrick Kelly, David Williams, Richard Clark, Francis Barrett, John Spong, Thomas Wil- liam, Michael Downing, John Neale, Laurence Murray, Joseph Morgan,, David Christmas, Edward Brown, Henry   Rogers, John Andrew Lovell, Samuel Langford, John Dupard, Philip riley, William Hibble, John Burridge, Benjaman   Duckworth,Richard Burges...

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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

1 > , COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. , THE STATUTE Or LIMITATIONS. In an action to recover the amount of a debt said to have been contracted so far back as the year 1815, a gentleman was called whose evidence was intended to bring tWe case vyithih the Statute of Limitations. The witness had been it i tided clerk to the plaintiff's attorney . and he stated that'lie i called, upon the defendant, who admitted the existence of the debt, but said that the transaction was a rascally one, and that he would call upon the attorney aboutit. The witness 1 was cross examined as to the particulars of the conversado« but hecoufdnot speak positiv el j to no more than the acknow- ledgment of the debt, of which ho made n minute on his re- turn home. , v .The CHIEF JUSTICE did not corsider this evidence suffi- ciently distinct to establish the case against the defendant, and he was happy in knowing that such actions would soon cease, for a much valued and respected friend of his (Lord Tenterden), of whom ...

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Introduction of Turnips into Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

i Introduction of Turnips into Britain. until the beginning oí the eighteenth ceulitiy tins valuable i mt was cultivated .»mon» us only in gadens ot other snull spots tor culinatj pmposcs, bui Loid townshend, atleiidiiit, (Jemge the lust in one ot Ins escutsions to Geimiiliy, in the qiiulity of Secietin¿ ol ¡sute, »bseived Hie tiniiips cultn Heil i i ipili anil extensive tields, as fodder lor cuttle, and spiead ii g tcrlilily ovti lands n mu ally jurien , and, on Ins letmn lo B iDUn l lie iiouBlit ovei with lum ionic ot the seed, and slionglj icCLiiniiiended tile pr lettie winch he liad witnessed to tile adoption ot Ins own ten nits, who occupied a soil biimlai to Unit ot llanover Ihe expetlineiit *uicct cded , the cultiva mu of held tin nips giudually «plead ovei the vwiole county ot N ntolk uid m the coui«c ot lime it li is made ils w i> mu oiij mini dist let in Luglaud 1 lie leput mon of the cuuntv is ai agricultor ii district, d iles ti oin Hie nest impiovciuenls «iH lieatlis...

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To our Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

,M To our Subscribers. ' " '' I * ' It* ïs requested tlîtit 'all Persons, who are in arrear for Var j)ttperst will bear in mind the very weighty expenses und labo- rious ihfi/.aUcndivg'.the publication of a newspaper in this Co . A««//, and .arrunge the', accounts <is presented to 4hem.'at-.th<tir~. ,ji'urlieolspiiriMsiice. .- "t , - - , "' r ? ? ' . ^ ? ?? r ?..?? ???ihim.mii

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THE HERMIT IN [?] Diemen's Land. [No. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

THH HERMIT «v U « « ?N' >' ' ««JÎ. ¡ .¥2 it Siemens UiTitîr. [\o. 26: rw Tncrp n,,qt li' the world a trf/Ater error thai! that vVhièh fnil* are so apt to full tuto, and knaves with uooil njus m to eneliilmiie, the Mistaking-« satitjsl fur n libeller , w.lici ens to. si trne^aiirist notltllig is joodioilsa.su hiieïler, I« i the s nut rt*.if»on a» to a man truly vntuous, iiothmgr is so huit lui ts tt ti-, pnçi Up "-Poi E t 4h***++++ Those of mv readers who are unacquainted with the in« tenoVjof tills Colony, may perhaps e\pect when they heai of the towns of Bothwell, Richmond, Jericho, and others, that theie names represent pjj-ces of much greater importance than is reallv the case. They may bring to their recollection, p^Sssibly, some of the country towns in good Old England, where the neat church spire, the convenient market house, the well kept inn, and the handsomely furnished shop, at once bespeak the wealth and respectability of the inhabitants, and the busy throng of passing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

Waterloo, Bolivar, BuffaloT^cT^ TtlE Services yf the under-uatn'ed HüRguo may be obtained duriqg tb*>Sea«oa, it the Van Li tnsn's Land establishment, Lak*>Bí>«^ fr m>v removed ebfe" where, of which' a fortnight's notice willi bo gît« Ú ,jj * Papers. ¡ ' /:'..-, < j WATERLOO.-EightGuineas. '-'« - c BOLIVAR_Six Guineas. TASMAN.-(EngDged.) ' *' , AMSTERDAM and ROTTERDAM-(oí tjte ÏWf,,. Cart' Breed)-Fiv* Guinea». ' . *" ButJVitheacÄ Mare must b» «enta Bill of .the folfcwlnJ form :-Accepted, (by the owner, upon -whoa Ï am a Drawer), and'mad"« potable- at an* oftké-Bank»'! 7e % aierim9£ , Lake-River, Aug. 1, ia«* Accepted f Nitf» Month* »fte* date, pay to », Payable at { ordef the Snra of . V¿^ the Bankt ' Shilling*, valu. UteiJJ" To f . of Í A discount of 5 per cent., Will be allowed for HcjuJjJIW. and, persons, desirous of paying in Produce, mny do sp J» delivering sufficient of the^ame'to, and to the satisfaction of the Company'* Agent in Hobart Town or Launcesto...

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Sutton Forest Floughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

Sutton Forest Ploughing Match   The Second Annual Ploughing Match at Sutton Forest took place at Oldbury, on Wednesday 24th June. The prizes, which were raised by subscription among the inhabitants of the district and other lovers of good farming, were divided, as on the former occasion; into two classes, for teams with or without a driver. 'Fifteen ploughs were set to work as fol- lows :--             First Class, Teams without a Driver     No. 1.-Edward Shipley, owner, Edward Shipley, plough- man, 2 horses, common swing plough.               No. 2.-Mr. James Atkinson, owner, J. Adams, ploughman, 2 horses, Kentish turn wrest plough.       No. 3.--Mr. James Atkinson; owner, P. Shelvey, plough- man, 2 oxen, Yorkshire plough.   &...

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New Scientific Voyage of Discovery. (From the Australian of November, 4—6th.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

New Scientific Voyage of Discovery. (From the Australian of November, 4--6th.) We purpose laying before our readers on Friday, should an opportunity occur, an interesting sketch, communicated by one of the officers of His Majesty's ship Chanticleer, of the scientific voyage of that vessel from the period of her leaving   the harbour of Monte Video on the 5th of October last year, and her visits to the coast of Terra del Fuego and Deception Island, to her arrival in Table Bay, where our latest accounts left her. The great and principal object of the voyage of His Ma- jesty's ship Chanticleer (observes the writer) is to swing the pendulum in different parallels of latitude, so as to measure   the intensity of gravity, and its diffusion over the face of the globe, in order that the true eclipticity of the earth may be de- duced therefrom. It is a problem of the highest order of   physical astronomy, and is confided solely to the abilities of Capta...

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SPLENDID FUNERAL OF THE LATE KING OF MADAGASCAR. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

SPLENDID FUNEÄAI. * OP THE LATE KING OF MADAGASCAR. !| lhe following most eui io vis and interesting account of the fuiiti ii ot Kadami, the Ute King ot Muda{,dscai, has just been I published iii the Bullish pipéis - ' Hie following ne s nile df tile ciictimstaiicés consequent on the Kind's death, and also pieceUmg and attendant on bis vei v c\titiordmaiy luneial The King was not dead when we, iCuched lim min i o We received fidnl bim, by Punce Cor ' leltie, the Clnet SccwUiy, a must obliging lttlei, welcoming us, to bib capital, mid ixpicssmg bis regtet that he could not, on account oi Ins illness, ha\ e us to dine with Inpi on the day ni oui arrival. This letlci w is the last which he dictated. Wt hld prctmusly lectWcd two \ciy kind ones from his Majesty , one met lie on otu arnviil al ranimai e, on the coast, where tit« King had appointed us u hoii'e iii the toit, an 1 a place tit the Govtrnoi's table, .he second lettci met us about hallway through this dreadful and beautiful cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

^tfpr, SÄa Bjfimr and Singapore. ¿gg. THE Ship LADY O J? THE LAKE, ^gSSL í**68 P«fcRSON, Master.--This vessel is adapt ed fir tbq conveyance of Lire-Stock, and will sau with all pgisjble dispatch.--For 'Freight or1 Passage apply io ih,e Commander, on board ; or, to _V. WILSON, A'gent. Vor Sydney« THE fine iast-sarting Brig TRANMERE, bwrthen 200 Tons, Ja-HES SMITH, Commander, will sail \ for tie above Port in ten days, having very'superjor accpm »odation For Passengers.-For Freight or Passage a^ply to tie Commander, on board : or, to _ WILLIAM M. ORR, Agent. *""*""* ~ For Sydney. ÄTHE fine fast-sailing Ship CLANS JUAN, having excellent Accommodation for Pas- sagers, will sail for Sydney in a few days.-For Freight or Faesige, apply to Captain Ritchie, on board, or*to CROMBIE, MACLAREN, fie CO. For London Direct. *£|L THE fine River-built Ship LAR Y JfTHp- HAREWOOD, Richard Limq.n, Commander.--, This Snip having the greater part of her Cargo engaged, will proceed with all dispatch for ...

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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

\t-<-r~-*~~-r- vi. , ' yësaels expected from England. ' ff ilh Mcrch andizç and Pas tajgcrs. ,..,*''/ .,'.".' -1 Hiehairt& John 199 W-itson -A<i mii,-, l-i mci lui, JoauUla,-, JJncUät *J ti «a MAi j, -.-, Hurilej. Hunter, , rinei|)rnfi-.«Watson, i>«iii,V Jack, 100 Kent w J'ilet* Pioctor, 50j>, lWrj ~* jSti^ 4iui, -180, Matthews. J lui Pt.cldei, -. Hiitvej, ¿60, - Sjdinv Pirkil, 145, jXtttiik, SOO JUlie¿. _, 1 | \ illino JsjiiicS . 400 Woislcj. Wmsliel 1 nins, 501) Summerton WilJiuni Otu el Uni, 1&7, - j Waruuck, -,-. } Bii/a,--, Leaiy ? Anu, ifutliawiiyvö-'l) lons. } Waii-ic iii, 300 I ung { (,'iKiliiii, 400, Ti.tt.soii > dpi« l'uokii, -,<Dixbu. L> Miflwin, \Vipli< i i i William, -. ! Cape Packet, -'. * J I luabelli, i, ( >Hoi.Bhlj, i A<l i ian, ~~- ' » Ej.voit.tr. * » i riiimi|>h *-» -- J \tliuu jltdcRtnun ISO tluili; ? 1'iki e¿(oi,3S0Y ijipittab f ¡ Il ith J'i ¡waa s Ä'i))Iiins'-, lîh« n, ni i...

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Mangel Wurzel. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

Mangel Wurzel. This root was first introduced into this country, for general     use, about the year 1786 by Thos. Boothny Parkins, Esq. then   residing, at Metz, in France, who sent a packet of the seed to   the late Sir Richard Jebb, Bart. The roots at Trente Place, the product of the seeds sown by Sir R. J. weighed about ten     pounds each. Amongst the greatest promoters and earliest   cultivators of this root, we find the late Sir W. Jermingham,     and Sir Mordaunt Martin, of Norfolk In the year 1815, the latter sowed Mangel VVurzel and Swedish turnips in drills al-     ternately; the result was, that every mangel wurzel was bitten     by the hares and rabbits, and not a Swedish turnip was touched.   Sir Mordaunt subsequently covered up a wheelbarrow full of   mangel wurzel with a cart...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 27, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

HOBART TOWN: NOVEMBER 127, 1829. let it be impi e-sed"u pon join mindi, let it I e instilled intoyYwi children, til it tin fabitijol ihe Fiess is the Palladium 01 ali join Civil, Politic ii, and Religious Rights. Jtiiuus. , Theie is at length some show of the early meeting of the Legislative Council. Much in the same manner," that first, a small black cloud dud afterwards the dense and lowering as t peet of- the heavens, foretell ß coming stoim, .so did the deihi olficial organ of Government, a fortnight ago, indicate the ap . proaching eient by a two line paragraph stating, that " The Législative Council, we hear, is' summoned to assemble in about ten days fiom this time," and next week followed a Ga s-i'ttr- announcement of four of the Bills that are to occupy its attention at ils ensuing meeting. It is with these, that our business at picsent, principally consists ; for, it is our 'inten tina to devote a regular given space weekly, as We bave done , in this publication, to the in...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

?wwawewutm w w. www SHIP NEWS Nov. 21. —Arrived the transport-ship Thames, Captain W.   Anderson, from London 21st July with 158 male prisoners,   two having died during the voyage.—Passengers, J.E. Calder,     Esq. Assistant Surveyor General, Lieutenant Barrow (53rd Regt.),   and Lady, 28 rank and file, 5 women and 7 children. Thomas Bell, Esq. Surgeon Superintendent.   Nov is -Sailed Hie Imiqut (ult^fa, ft pu in Samuel Haw- kin«, lor Syiiiu\, willi pari ol hei Imuid caigo, \aiid>140 tiussv» oi hu, 4l),ba"-. poUitms, L Viel iiijt Innis, utwl 1 c ive aifbaiel, ^hi|ipjsi|"at Hobart liiwnÇ-TiNiHjni^tri., Mr. and M«. Kain, »aid si*rvaii£« Messrs/ JVeofte, DorU i j , Jostph Elliott, Jilts. Moiton "mid child, vw ' » ' ' ? /*? . Nov. 20 - biiifed li\e ship Clunsil[an. "CU)>tt(I;i J4 nts Ritchie, Mor S)due}, with^afl other im|mt*t earfto - pisant, ir«, John * M iclaien and J. Jemimas, K«qrs., Mtssis S Hi ni...

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Advice to new Police Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 27 November 1829

Advice to new Police Magistrates. Do not think of studying Blackstone or Burn--they will be of no use to you, you must rear your head above them. Let your decisions be guided by views of future interest. Should   any prisoners be confined in the gaol of your district on hea   vy charges and be able t0 bribe, (particularly pretty young women), keep them five, six, or eight months without a   hearing, and on the eve of the last day of the Criminal Court sitting, send them t0 town, when the prosecutors, ignorant of the circumstance, not being in attendance, the prisoners will be discharged by Proclamation. Never think of attending your Police duties above once a fortnight or three weeks, nor study the convenience of Set   tlers attending day after day from a distance of ten or twenty miles, the convenience of these Plebians is not to be put in competition with your enjoyments and social pleasures. So soon as you have received your app...

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THE HERMIT IN [?] Dicmen's Land. [No. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 December 1829

, V *«r>*vTHB HERMIT r*\ * ? IN - . T a tt 'Birmin;* ';l UfluS. "[So. 27. '* llieic is mit in the woilri it erial«) enur than that which f Us ure si)-»piXi> »nil iiUtf, ami knaves willi -«oil reason lu c< utltiie«, Hie misiikmi: n sutnist toi a lilil'llei , whereas lo 1 u titif srtlntvl n uhln^ is s<» .ulmus in a libellei , till'tin sitnu rttisijp tvi lu ii itiiut ttnly v mu ns ii »linn,, is su halcltfl is» hv pul Me "-l'oi k l'Lj re is not a more interesting a mote edify îng'stght than such is isu.lordcd bv a oletti and serene Sunday, in a chris * fian ooutitiy Ihe cessiitiini of labour tue diy afloids the ti creation to the heiilib and spirits of those doomed to woik d it their eMstcnre bv the sweat of their brow, the lelaxation of Hie mind lo others who pass then lives in more still and Mdenturv oct upalioiis, nie elliots sufhcienflv discernible m ti e Smiling fai cs of the lient y dressed groups, which nre every where seen in the stret ts, either goin...

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A Day Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 December 1829

i A Say Dream. < v - She must be fair whom I could love, ( ' ' But more m mind than form , ' ' She must be pure, whom I could love\ ' ' ' 1 And yet her heart be wann/ ' 'in " She must be pitious, soft, and kind, " ' , A sufferer with the sad , ' ' l, I could not love a maiden's mind, For ever idly glad. '( ' " She may be wild, she must be gay, , , , < f In hours of youthful.glee, ^ , ¡ Whey eilmer thought gives welcome way« v To mirth and melody. i ' , And she must nurse with loftier seal, > ? t i That pure and deep delight, f * ur- j Which warms and softens all,.- who feel <? For nature's works aright. > t She may have foibles-nay, she must, ' ' ' Fi oin such what maid is free ? ' n - . Peifeodon, ill-combined with dnsr, '" ' "? J AVeie sine no mate for me. ' ' '' ' ' Yet must she nurse no billet ness, , , '' ',' ', t ' Nor ought imagine meanly , ' But err ttuough venid fond excess s' "' !> , Of feelings edged too'kbenh. " J) « v Such foibl...

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Aneedotes in War. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 4 December 1829

Anccdolës in War» I remember at Coi mum, when we weie veiy young sol dieis, we eonld not.be satisfied without making iiflemeu creep along the banks und hedges and shoot the helpless single cav- alry vidette» of the enemy. At the time I thought this very fine and piaiseworthy, but since, " bein¿ wiser grown," have cousideied tin olhcer ipprovmg ol such acts as little better thangiving countenance to ississinition. Tnendh inteicourse may, howevei, be cairn d to a longleat length. The 2lst Chfisseuis and ourselves, tfter having been all this winter op- posite eich other, have become rathei too intimate One of our subalterns, who speaks Tieneh and German fluently, knows sevci ii of their ofhiers , and on my visiting a distant picket, which he commanded under my orders,some divs since on inquiring for linn, was told, he was over at the enemy's picket. I li ive known several instances of right feelmgevin cpd by the enemy worthy of gentlemen who are above tinning into individual stnle the ...

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