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SHIP NEWS ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

?SStV win ?? ARRlVtD. . _ _i.s_ On Friday,--^' «« ?II»J5\ I SSR' gflfp Houghton ; 3 »alei of slops, » J' . f wmm HI Big baRS of sugar, 1 pUnoiorte, 1 trunk ofap pafel, 4 boxes window glass, «**?'*?? 1 do hats, 1 music siooi ro ' -? ™ ,'i« «i..n« Kcine, 1 do pepper, V) bags rice to Mr. 5 Lett'- I crate glass and ewers, 1 case LXi i5.|. turner,,! box. pothe en, 1 cask japan ware and cotton wick, 1 taUconon slops. 1 case apparel cutler, L ', do ^.u^, 10 cases 6 ke«and 4 | Barrels or pamwrs «?»??» ? -- -- - ; , i Mr J. 6. Walker; 1 box, and I cask -lops S Mr Batman ; 1 case .lops, I basket to b»?cl to Mr. Massey ; 1 bale of s ops to Mr. F .cher ; 2 cases and X keg ta-d.c.ne to Mr S. Wstbrook; I box apparel to Mr. Phil lip, ; 1 box do to Mr. T. ««»«V' ™i ,' gersl William and Catherine Bourke, and 4 sons sod Jbbsps Day. No Departures this week. Veoskls remaining in the Harbobh. Brigs Brliaunia and Elizabeth. Arrived in Hobart Town. ,0n Saturday-The Goyt. bngT-M' -JJPJ- BMemin, from Metqua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

I £KTIR)B2 HOaSJBS. ?fljii'ii Serrices of #the Julio wing ? J HORSES may be obtained at th.- Van ?Piemen's Land Establishment, Lak« River, Entil ?further notice. -.:??? ? «U IF t LO.-Wgat Guineas. ? JI0/JF4R,— Si*. -U. ? B TTEKDAW.T-criemiwh, Cart,)— 6 do. ??-* -No .-4tarffp is mde for Groomagp. or use 1 of Paddocks. ?_ An allowance of«tte !o five to realowaers. Bvery -a«* tak--Q of Marcs and Foals, but Bribou' responsibility. -And the I'urse of »fcY Guioeas continued ? THOMAS DDTTON. ? »-i*«st^5, 1830. 10 COVER thii Season, at £5. and 5s. the Groom, to Stand at the Stable. ITOUSG PSTEB FIX, H li) h^.llls tligtl, « .xiiOHllill rOMu, With ?lack points, K'«»by 'he imported thorongh ?hred Horse PKTBR FiN, Daman imported Hurt, .and considered one of the finest in ?M.Ctfony. ? \Ho :— To Cover this Season, and to Stand Hit the same place, at £3, and 3s. to the Broom,— _ ? BROVTE. ? Too wnllk.. ? ?+ ? iu . .Hu. d.-scription. ?_ Timor' Ponies semio this Horse, ?wing to ?fee i-rrat trouble i...

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THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

THE CHURCH. ?' The Bishop of Fern, has sjmb ?illy ?nouth to write a severe second letter to U'« .Mimimhrt, in which h» goes over mack the same ground, and makes use of the lame argomenls, whlfch Lord M bo ably i confuted in his reply to Che Prelat.-'ifirit let. in. TheBuhepeuce more holds up «a scare. crow tb* Spectre rfnlutim to all 'who would n.ak« the ilightesl aliempt to reform the ?pates, which *v. n he admits- exist in th Chorch, « b, la rtrnblibl.td. At-thria ? | Ope ?» owawa«w auougly to 4otjuu»jl« ali. publicity in the matter ; and hints that ft An ' Lordship, instead ol appealing to the public ^B1^ by making a speech at a popular at--t\n. ^H f°r would have acted far belter had he appli^J ^B- *BI in secret to the Bishops, and requeued of ^B bl° them to reform the abuses ronpltined of ^B.ma' As if men, who for years had, without ug! EV*' (l tice, witnessed the growth and increase of IWhat these very abuses and from which they afco«. IB'*^ dantly profit, were likely to reform...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 13, 1830 [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

LAUNCESTON ADFBMTI8ER, SEPTEMBER 13, 1680. ?? It iith. public datr of ? J»uroa1Ut t» *-?-?) *«lo«'«.; Wt io the d»cUt«e of thi. dotf h« mujt not e«p»ct ♦»«»«*» ?md gttkciXi f«« f'» the 'TO'8 of thoie who »re latemtj* ttK--C titufcotrar.' This week we are enabled, by E8PI ciki. favour, to lay before the Public ?tlar^e, the statement of the bxp.irta and Imports of Jjatmceston, for the two past quarter* of this year j and we should Tie wanttag la our duty as the journalist of thia comity, if we failed in o»ing our humble bat wsatoiia endeavours . to draw the publta attention thereto, li fills M with gratitude* to provident* for permitting us to occupy a prominent station in this fortunate, hi«higbl-- f«r file land. In this as yet quite uifantila inhabitants has been so vety .My **-\ that our Imports have not faHen - on «nce the December quarter , ,.«J.»J» JubjoiD* list if; the valu« of fSS^ ported in that quarter, as pnW»&~3 Kour journal of February la*, , and also the aierage ...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. (No 9). Colonial Secretary's Office, September 9th, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

'? COVERNBHJN.T ? ORDE.!}. (No 9\ ' Coloi.ial S.-Cietaiy's Ofllce., S.?iiteinb(-r!)th. 1830. flliE LlEUTEHAKT GoVfiKMOU lias -?- i'oasidsied with anxious interest tiu ..umcious r.'|. /escalations «? the Settlers, ex i-r--ssiTi- o. tueir aia.rm at theidcrcasiug boldness of the Natives, and of toe danger in which their lives and |.rij|MTty- will bi» placed, unless addit ional protection becpeedily afforded by tlie Gov ernment. 2. But it is in Tain to expect that the country . cjui be treed t'rnm tue incursions of tlie earage tribra, wuicli now iul'est it, unless t'i' Settlers tiieras^lves come orward, aud zealously unite their best ejier^ies witu thotr ot'thp Government i' making; sucii a genera'., and simulUi\enus ef :ort as thn oco*sion demands. The .Lieutmut povemor, tlierefoiv, ca;ls ii|-oii every Settler, whether residing on iiis I'arm, or in a town, who is not prevented by sont'v over-ruling necessity, clieer^uUv to render ids assistant-- , and to place lumseli' uiid-T th'- dire...

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JUDGE JEFFERY'S SPEECH TO THE MAYOR AND ALDERMAN OF BRISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

JUDGE JtrrVRY** SPSKCH TO THE MAYOR 4.HP U.OiRSUN OF BMISTUL. . I HAve brought a brush in my porket to rub of your dirt ; I toll von. I have brought asroul hf sum, with whirh I will [sweep ef fry man's door, both within and without, far m food truth you want rubbing ; the dirt of your ditch i« in yonr nostrils. Where am I ? in Bristol, ? city in whirh It seem- you claim the privilege o^inging, drawing, ami quitrteriiig ; a priril'-C yououifht to enjoy at least once a month I have a calendar of your city In my Imids «»d hope before I haveuoue,to hans me half of you at least. PONS'. It wa» a good defenreef baskets ofgairi'-, and i.priodical remittances of Norfolk turkeys, that*' Pr««»U endear «fcser.f».' Bamnmti r \w\ne, i«pud')ntlyiai.kedllllV «rai not » relation «f Lord Stair ?'.' goodhu mouredly answered, ** It most. then b* by collateral dr«'-ent.' A GENTLtMAN h«vini{ received a sho» «n ift' Teaffej Mr. I'heodora Hook rusarkvd that N Uwat a Ugai w»und\ tn invoterafe ponstw nl)»» n...

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NOTES OF A READER. DERBY AND NOTTINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

NOTES OF A RfcADER. DERBY AND NOTTINGHAM. We trust we have consulted the profitable amusement of -he reader, in condensing th- foil -wing Very interesting facts from tht- sr. tout! Put of Sir Richard Phit'ip't Perunml Tour through Ikt United Kingdom ', since, as th-- author observes, ' if the less active dis triru of the home counties afforded materials worthy er attention, the more industrious . - counties ot Derby and Nottingham are not less lively ..to add interest t« the pen of an ob sei rer. In truth, the public spirit which inoi e actively prevails iii these counties, ad ded facilities to inquiry ; while the Objects desi-ribed have to many peculiar features thai ? lull and popular account of them must be tn new to th nation at large as they were to tin writer.' Drrty. After Dftfitinir a Dleasant nirhtand moraine 1 ' sear «wsrk'sU-n, 1 drove eight miles, through a country of limestone anri gypsum; of ac l \ tivity and gn-at beauty, to the centrical and [!' classical town of Der...

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Port of LAUNCESTON, in the Island of Van Diemen's Land. 1830. IMPORTS during MARCH Quarter. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

^^Port of LAUNCESTON, in the Island af Van Piemen's Laad.| lsao. IMPORTS during MARCH Quarter. Articles Imported. Estimated Value in Sterling. British Colonies. Coastwise. DMeifetimaaieautitf. Ot Britain. Sf«iitr. touriUw. Hrttft OatB#tfl«B«»M. WUlAwiit ; Irojjmongery&Hard- &^ %% *36« 4 2 - *I653 10 8 Hosiery ? .'.'.... 20 0 0 61 0 t 81 0 0 »ecPGood. . 536W0 723 ? 0 1669 14 6 Woollen. ? W3 0 0 845 10 9 «38 10 9 MaitLiquor ? 1807 14 0 42 0 0 1849 14 0 ?turn . .... ? S89 10 t 476 10 0 1066 0 8 Brandy. ? 128 10 0 65 0 ? »5 10 0 Ceueyii. ? 34 0 0 187 0 0 171 0 0 Wine.. ? *8W ? 822 10 0 £78 168 9 « «72 9 « Tea.. ? '3 0 0 61 19 4 »24 19 4 guear ? 8 16 ? 333 15 0 1237 14 63 0 0 1687 5 0 Totaceo ? 243 0 0 ?9 ? 0 322 0 0 Unenumerated ? 3399 19 0 2487 151 I S1W4 » P 7611 14 1 Tetal ? .'£« 6 0 9084 19 2 1S05 14 605t 8 10 1824 0 0 17071 8 0 IMPORTS during 91171170 Quarter* Articles Imported. Estimated Value in Sterling. British Colonies. Coastwise. Detcripfioaaad Quantity. Bfdn....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 September 1830

?iiifi BY AUCTION. ? BY *IR. HU HARD WHITE, ?Saturday next, the (8th instant, in the Bj iket Place, opposite Bis Majesty's B f fcrft EWES, of an Improved ?''Brwd, with lambs at their Bri, eiiber m-»r*- or lets. ? 2 Cows uad C lives ? 6 n.,rking^ uUoefcsV . ? J Double Tyre C-.rt ? Bcws, Yokes A-d Chains. BlLtSO, -Two, JCafiR, jm\ 12 wark^ ? Bh I- '^k-;. io excellent (-oi-dili n. ?~~Sale Postponed. ?14 iv rile of .tH'Eat* xlTpitiied bv ? Mr A. Char} ton at Perth, on Fri K it- xt, the 17lh instant, is unavoidably Kipoiied till a future period, ef which due Hwe will be gi««-n. :-c I. Norfolk Plains, ? spi-mb-i 12th. 1R30 ?A! POUND KD on the lOtii Septem* H- b--r, i-\ J,mtes Hodjetls;— h dark brown horse, con with white star Hftir forehead, and a white stripe down ?? IrnfdjHe- of (he hose, with black aaaiu « laiijabout 12 or 15 mouths old. . , ?Poundage fees Is. per day, food and wa. ? 3d. p**tday. ?t not flaimed and redeemed, within the. ftp allowed by Jaw, li will be sold by w ?thr Pou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

Bhuat\ :— In our last week's publication, in the. third column of the third page, the Allowing: wards were omitted ; the illness of 'our reader'' prevented its being discov- ?red before the paper went to presi.— It fol lows,' should the Military be sent in par suit of the Blacks.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

m HQliPP% ''&»£&» ofctftittwd «t;tb^ Hi Oi-mp» *«h4. Jfcatf Isfcmeutf » -1*W Kpt, until Torth«r 'Bbtj(*; ?{/FF,|I#,-Sight Guineas. W4$ti$K^^^ea ~.^fe ?- ? ,. ?oLir*ir^Wx do. K)'/Ti«D)kir.H[Flrinish Cart,)— 5 *o. VVo cbarg+it made for trooraage or use ?fry «»»BSiw Marcs and Foai«, 'grift' B^ J COV&R tfais Season, at £5. and; B- Si. the Gre -m, to Stand at the; Ho naudii litgh, * b.uuuiul icait, An' ? it paints, -r,«H by the (sported thoi»U|-h Bd Horse f'BTBK FINK, Dam «n im|ioi teo ?re, and considered ?ue of the finest in H Colony. ?top;— To Cover this Season, and to Stand ?the same place, at £i* and 3s. to the r'~ 'jgMirn» ??' ?*' ftoo wtU ki«i-«;/it» ivjuir* description. HrimprTonies «f«t to this Horse, u«mj to H great trorible from the disparity ol su . ?II be -4iargcd extrat ?&? TJih abojrp twoH»rse§ ar« both out of ?eunefriai.' ?'????? M j,, ? fitOMff P-41TMSNT. . ?LawicefltoH, - . H September 4th V830. - n BE LET within a afcoridi-ttfuce V of .La...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

SHUUP Mfflt ^ a^3- Arrived. On Thursday)— The Friendship, Richard Frederick* Master, from Circular Head, with 170 bushels el wheat, mad 4 rams. Pasiea ger,— ReUbea Jt-okins. Sailed. This Morning,— the Brig Britannia, Capt. Ramsey, (or Sydney* with 6000 bushels of wheat, and 10 tons, potatoes, by J. It J. Solomon ; 1 casktobacco, by S. Lord ; 6' afads. wine, SI bars and 10 bundles of iron, by. T. Scott; a cases of piece goods, 1 cue slept, and 1 case sundries, 1 cases calicoes, and 1 package tea, by S. Lord ; 3 packages of patent fell, and 1 cask of lead ore, byO. RahtoD. Passeogers,— lifut. Mason, Mr. T. Griffiths, Ltent. J. Lamb, Mr. Hamilton Wallace. Vessels remaihino in thk Harbowk. Brig Elisabeth ; schooner friendship. Arrives in Hobart Town. On, the 10th,— The Gevt. brig Frince Leopold, from Launceston, with f female and 3 male prisoners. 'On the llth,-The ship |Iedway, Capt. #).Ight, from the Itts »f iranjte the 3d Aogt. with 6,114 bags s ogar, 1 case hone lair. Sealing, 1 dor...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

POL1C* IN TfiLUOBHC*. ' .,? Oa Monday and Tuesday ??«,'' ' 'J dtizMi mov/ig In a r«(ftcwble ?(**? *| severally bo»nd to the peMJv*'?. 'I aodtrate eoit of £3 if. OoM' M here just pause a moment, to ? * «e m wstfiat be, why this eltrk and WJM who are paid by the Government I«Pj 1 ges,-why they 'should »a Bn?Xinii-l fndirid«aU for what .duty they W^tSk Qovtrnment or office hours J » ? «oi fl M But we will never lose sight of ihrts. j^i aad moit others towlder, iO{W»F«r *» I

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[?] AND HIS PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

wrrnfov AND 1118 Here. Toe following in extracted from t recent American (private) letter ;*- :? . Hudson, who is a general dealer, purchased a cottage, lo which pertained amongst other furniture a f-ty ? As this Wasof courts uujn hubiied. his 'firfet care, was to supply it wilh ? ? inmates, and, having purchased a couple of Inn pigs. he««t offhomewsrds with his bar gain* cornfor/ably lodged in his. cart.. Upon arriving at Buenos Ayres, a part of the har IlebS UrDlit% :tton fi .wril&.llii: ;.Miit^-aiiu vw* thoi Hudsonand his bristly companions back wards i but unfortunately falling upon, one ?lihf poor animate, he crushed him to death. This waf bad, Hudson looked blank, as who does nol upon perceiving Dume Fortupe.play* iBg him foul ? and woeful w«»it indeed to - witness drath amongst his lm stock; in this dilemma however, bU wits did net utterly for.-ake him, *nd concluding thai if he could make the animal, bleed, U would probably bf tnaiketsble end i«»t prove a deoV loss, ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 20, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 29, 18S0. ' It utht public a»tfef ? Jcunalut to diijil4*luiio» ; h»t is ibe di;et»rn of this duty hi muat Bst (speet to find hll -t»'l ptrfwtlj (re* Tram (in »*row» of tkbft wio en inUreittd tapr-tvcutiD(th* «fii»f Ireth 6*m uadrcBtiBg odBini r»timf Uuiryowrr.' / ' We ban been favored with a copy, for publication, of the, Memorial on the eu!-jecl of the Road, recently forwarded --- His Excellenpy, through the vodium of the Cbtoaial Secretary. 'IVre wore one smn«red and thirty. ooq signatu res attached to it ; compris ing- nearly the whole of the landed pro prietary, on the Tracts, through which. it h trusted, the Rosd will pass ; tiaot most of the Merchants and Trades* of this Towu— they feeling an oqual inter est in the measure, from thejr poaidection win i the productive and pupulou* dis* trrci therein referred to,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

TO be S«W by P***t-reo!rtr*c» — ^50 superior wyolled' EWES, with Jjuubs, 3 month* old, bv tsieir aides. , I '.Tlie, above will be sold cheap, far Cash or [ Discountable BiUs— They may be seen with in « few ml\es of LaHnc.sten. Apply to A. CHARL TON, Cornwall Hotel. Launcesron, S«ptr. 20th, 1830. \ If. B.— If the above are not disposed of by [ Private Contract before the 1st October nest, they will be sold by Public Auction b on that day, in lots to suit purchasers. I Charitably Institution. TH . Pubiio ore m.»t re*prc;t«lh re* ^uestpd to give their atteudunc* at [ Mr. Richard Heanfcy'sjtfae Waterloo Tavern, I tn Thursday next, in order to form a ' Cha [ ritable Society,' to relieve the distresses of I inch of our nnfortunate fellow creatures, I who through sicknesB or misfortune become I incapable of supporting themselves when I placet! (by an offended or injured creditor), I fn gaol j and at the Meeting should suffici I ent persons attend, a Treasurer, Collector, I and Committee of...

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From the Hobart Town Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

From the Hobart Town Courier.     The inhabitants of Hobart town, whose a- vocations will not permit of their taking a more active part in the ensuing movement       against the blacks are coming forward, we learn, to TolqnleJM- their services to do the du^y of (he ClQrrison, in order to allow of a larger numhe'r of troops eoltig- into the inte rior, in the iamfe manner as #as done for merly in ihMime of the bushrangers. The popnlation of Hobart town being nearly double since that time, will make the duty of « the volunteers proportoinally 1i){ht. rho f inhabitants of Launcestori have already shewn us an example -u this respect. Launceston, 13th Sept 1830. To the Editor,— Please to insert in your next number the following account oTa reef off the Heads of this port. It has been com municated to me bjr Lieut. Rtmsey, R. N.' \ now commanding the brig Britannia. t { u In standing in for the entrance of the river . Tamar s...

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THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

THE REVENUE. The abstract of tlie Revenue aud Expendi ture, lor the Quarters endini; March and Juiie, of the present year, as publislted in the Gazette of Friday last/ is as follows. We only give the Grose Receipts aud Expeuditure, for want of room. March Quarter. Ordinary Revenue ? * 18499 18 ? Extraordinary ? »B8 » 4t Total ? k ? ,«1$4S2 3 4i ^Expenditure ? 1M91 I» 8j Balance ? *'»-- ?? *i June Quarter. t Ordinary Revenue ... k ? ...£U2i» 9 1 Extraordinary ? 809 18 Wj Total ? .«16168 111) Expenditure ? ^ 13887 18 3 Bahiiice ? i4,..«8270 0 'g| Ditto, for March Quarter ...... 1990 4 Si Total ? .......£6260 14 4} Thus our Revenue in this half-year has paid our current expenses, and leaves this useful sum'' for roads, bridges, a.«d other very necessary Improvements. Numerous reports are flying round tke town of persons beta? speared by the Blacks, , at Various farms on the T«mar; but We be-, lieve most of them are false.. .Tel we. fear: that one man has been killed by them at I Piper'...

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(COPY.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 September 1830

:??.-.?.. , ?'? af^OEY.')^-.^ w.M .«»??♦ ToHtMBitceUe*&f,C6lo*tel CeokoIi AnrBi/ftLiiiiXkhaHt Goverhor of fan, 3D»-#t«i'» Land, anditeDependenctesj «fr., fe.» fie. The Memorial of the undeuiguod, landholders, and agriculturalists, pro prietors and residents in the several tracts of country, hereundor specified, respectfully sheweth :-*-?-? i Bat iney nave learni uiai h u w contemplation to open a new line of read, through the County of Cornwall, from Lincoln to Perth, ud voferinunica. ting with Launceston, its only, Pont ud Dep6t of merchandize; and while they look at the measure, a« a proof, at once, of Year Excellency^ desire to promote the interests ef the Colony, and of the increasing coneeqneace of that division ef the Island ; they beg lespeotfnlly to submit te Tour Excel, lency, certain considerations, which they deem of very great ioipdrtanre W their intereiu, both as regards -their present vw«n«, and their ^r«apeetiye n»ce— itks. -.r ? - ? ; - - In doing so, they wo...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. SEPTERMBER 27, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 September 1830

LJWtKSTOJV ADVERTISER, SEl'TEMBER 37, 1830. ' ItisOiepuldicduty of & Journalist to dispel ddnsio* ; hot in fiir diecbirge oftdis dutj lie mast Dot expect to find his roul pri p.iljr free from the arrows ot'those wlio are interfiled in prfvi iitingthe jKgis of trutb from confronting uddiwi pitting Iheir puwer.' Tl!E greuter part of (he male popu l;i iot! of this isle are about 10 be culled into weiive se vice, either as voluoteer.s to go in pursuit of the blacks, or else as a town guard, in order to enable a greater number f the military to be de\ nted by the Government to the pur pos of scouring1 the country ; and we cannot hot give Hi* Excellency the Governor every credit for the bold and effi 'irnt manner in which he has roused the ??lent energies of the colonists, and th'- judgment displayed by (be various arrangements of the troopgand officers, a'd the very judicious manner in which each person is allowed, nay invited, to , serve in the manner most agreeable to himself, ...

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