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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

I HACKETT'S WIN AND CORDIALS, m\$ Sale at Mr. Rhhahd « 1.1 it's, HLr at very reductd prices. . . Bio, 12 months wade, by the 5 gaili.st 8s* 9-L ?eppennmt Cordial 6 oo. 12s. Gd. Hiaoanion do. do. 5 do. 12s. Od. ?loves do. do. 6 do. 12s. Od. ?hrub do. do. 6 do. 13s. Od. Korean do. do. 1 do. 90s. Od.. ? N. B.— West India Rum by the- 6 gallons, at MQi., and bj the 20 gallons, nt Ss. ? Launceston, Oct. 27th, 1830. [ CAUTION. HflHE Public, and my Neighbours in BL particular, are hereby cautioned ?rains' employing JOBN DAVIS, labourer, of Htarfolk 1'lBins, tiie said John Davis having Hentrai ted with me to perform Labour, which BebM left uufinibhed,in defiance of his Writ Ben Engagement. ? Any Persons employing thesBid John Davis, Hfter the date hereof, will be proceeded ?gainst, according to law. ? B. WALTERS, ?forfotk Plains, ? OooUi 1 9th, 183d. [ ~ CAUTION. ITO E Public are hereby cautioned MM- a; ainst trespassing, by cutting tim Ber, or otherwise on the (arms of the und-r* Signed h( ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

SNUFFS, e.v NIMROD. ; THE Undersigned having purchased a choice selection of (he above, cdn sistins of Prince's Mixture, Black Rappee, and Cuba, of the most superior quantity, res pectfully solicits (he attention of the Public, ae they will be offered lor sale, at unprece dently low prices. THOMAS IN ALL. Launcaston, November 1st, 1830. CORNWALL BANK. THE Public are informed, that after the 25th of this month no sum under Five Vounds will be cashed at the Bank, ex-- ccpt it be for a Balance Account By Order of the Director's, JAMES KANKiN, Cashier. Launcetton, Not. 1st, 1830. IMPOUNDED at P*rtk, by Mr. Bry ant, Trafalgar, October 22nd, 1880 :; 1 Black back cow, while belly and sideB, brand ( T near hip, near ear cut in the form of a letter T. 1 black cow, brand I B, with calf at her foot. 1 red heifer, no brand, with slit in near ear, with a calf at her foot. 1 Poland cow, white back and belly, dark sides, brand on off (high T near ear half off* slit in the right ear, with ° male ca...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

^?led to have resort to the ancient principle ?obtaining the people's consent when nxtra ^Kpary revenues were to be raised from them. ^K- palpable expedient of represent? lion was ^Korted to ; and, as much care was used io ^?ivenir.ga Representative as should induce ^m people to believe that no man was taxed Htbsut hi- consent— a maxim veil known Hthf British laws of earlier times, put in iK^tice by Eihelwolf, when a teuth was ten to the Church, and recognised in the 8th El 35th laws of Edward the Coufessor — conn- Is cities, and boroughs, were now annually ?led upon to send two discreet and fit per Is to advise with the Crown on the urgent bin of the nation ; and Parliaments, so sum iuer] assembled annually in the reigns of |nrjr HI., Edward 1., II., and III., the 3d Ichard I1-, and Henry IV., a period of more En a century and a half, and continuing six Icessive reigns. Copies of writs sent to the (riffs for annual elections, from the 49th fnry III. to the 7th Henry IV., are printe...

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SHIP NEWS. No arrivals here this week. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

-saw* &328L aaws. No arrivals here this week. Sailed. On Thursday.— The schooner Rosolntion, J. H. Lancey, Master, for Sydney, with 1772 bushels wheat, 1750 kangaroo skins, 2 tons potatoes, 1 ton of flour, consigned to B. Camp tell and Co.; 27 seal skins, 4 bags feathers, to J. H. Lancey ; 1 case cotton, 1 case slops, 60 kangaroo skins, 4 tons potatoes, and sun dries, to Emanuel Solomon. Passengers,— Mr. James Griffiths! Mr. Emanuel Solomon, Mrs. Solomon, Master Solomon, Mr. jamen Duncan, Mr. James Houghton. VESSELS REMAINING IN THE HARBOUR. Barque Nina rod. ARRIVED IN HOBART TOWN. Onn the 22nd.— The brig Caroline, Capt. Innes, from Spring and Adventure Bays, with abont 30 tons oil; and H do. whalebone. Sailed from Hobart Town. On the 27th ? The ship Mellish, Capt. Cow ley, for Singapore in ballast.

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 1,1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

LAVNCESTON ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 1, 1830. 'It it the public duty of a. Journslist to dispel delusion : but in (lie dischaifce of thii dutf he must not expect to find hit Mad iwrfcctlj free from the urowe of those who wre interested; h preventing the £gia of truth from confronting a»d ditti f »ting their power.' In looking over our late file of English papers, we nrp compelled to acknowledge tiu: our oeloved parent land is at this B'-iupd* toMeringon ttie brink of a deep ci'.d clang.tri.us precipice, aud that the deith of our laif- and highly beloved Mon arch, has happened ai a mosi important cnas aud 'liat he has happily escaped from a most intolerable and vexatious Etatf, in which he could do little or no thing calculated to benefit (he Public, without injuring his dependants or the numerous hangers-on, which attend even upon the present ministry ; and although England is ntfteseut st»ggering uuder ? concatenation of dire trouble*, each of which would drive «ny other country into op...

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MANIFESTO OF THE METROPOLITAN POLITICAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

MANIFESTO OF THE METROPOLITAN Pfll L1TJCAL COUNCIL. 1 LaBt Wednesday, pursuant to adjournment,! the Members of the Council of the Mcropt-H litan Political Union held a meeting at tbefl Globe Tavern, Shoclane, Fleet-streei, hniM purpos. of receiving the draft of a Mauifr&ufl declaratory of their public opinion upun ibel principles of a Radical Heform in the Cou.B mons House of Parliament, from a ComQimw that had been previously appointed for lliii purpose. Mr. Hethekington took the chair. A Member of the Committee said it had been a tew days l-i-lor« facetiously observed bj Mr. Hunt thnr '? the drafting of the Manifesto, was only the work of one person.' He hid prepared one ; and, with the permisssion of the Chairman, he would move thai the Secre tary do read it. Mr. 1!ii,i.y then read the draftoflhemanifesto, in effect — ' In the month of March last, at onr oi the most numerous meetings of the people ever assembled in the uietropolii of the Brii. ihh Empire, elected as a Cou...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS. (May 11th, 1830.) ECONOMY AND PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

HOUSE OF COMMONS. (May \Uh, 1830.; ECONOMY ANI-TaRLIAMENTARY RRFORM. Lord MILTON presented a petition, signed by between 13,000 and 14,000 inhabitants of Leed*, among whom wore bankers, merchants, and Magistrates, p'ayiDg for economy in the nnttODBl expenditure, and for Parliamentary Reform.— The petitioners also prayed for a re duction of the salaries of the high Officers of State, in proportion to the increased value ol money. The ^ oble Lord concurred in every part of the petition. Mr. MARSHALL spoke in support of the petition. . Mr. DUNCOMBB also supported it gener ally ; but he could not go so far as the petiti oners in the matter of Parliamentary Reform. Be was agBinst universal suffrage,- annual Par liaments, and vote by ball. The petition was read, and laid or the table. Lord MILTON presented another petition from tbe churchwardens, overseers, and other inlwbitants of the parish of Rotheram, in Yorkshire, praying for retrenchment and ccdn oay —Laid on the table. SALE OF BBRR...

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THAMES POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 1 November 1830

THAMES i'OLICE. Last week Jjmet M*Cartkyt an Irish hawker of knives and other cutlery, formerly a soldier, was brought before W. J. Brodkiiip, Esq., the sitting Magistrate, charged with two other Irishmen, with the commission of a most atrocious and cowardly assault on John Weiford and Wiggam, two sailors, and with forcibly robbing them on the King's highway or two jackets, a hat, a few shillings in silver, and some copper moneys. Tbe pnsencr in defence, made use of the most solemn protestations of innocence, crossed himself and appealed to the Virgin Mary, and all the saints in heaven that he had no concern in the robbery. Mr. Brodehip asked him how he came to tell the officer *' he had a finger in the pie,' and why he had £iveu the sailors money to keep out of the way. The prisoner made a very lame excuse In reply, and said it was impossible he could commit such an atrocious crimp while he had a charm of holy water about him. Mr. BnoDEaip asked for an explanation of this charm ; o...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We advise ' AniRIBABUS' to tell his friend I the cobler to dream a little more to the purpose | next time. His communication is too SLEEPY for our pages. The. letter from ' W. H. B.' is under considera tion.

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SALARIES OF THE CABINET AND HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

SALWirES OF THECABINXT AND HEiDB OF Departments. President, salary ? 86,000 dollars. Secretary of State ? €000 Secretary of the Treasury ? *000 ' ; Secretary of W»r ? 6008 ,i Secretary or the N*vr. ? , «H*. '.'-?' .-- Postmaster-General ? MM y, j 'Vice-Presiden\....-.J ? *0QO ' ;! Judiciary. ...??: Chief JusticevSalary ? *000 6 Associate ' Justices, each ? 4500 Justices ofthe separate states, from lOW** JW» dollar* per annum. We are next presented with some interesting information respecting the Expense of the Revolutionary War. tn 1775 and 1776 ? 30,084,667 dollars. 1777 ? .; ? 24,986,647 1778 ? , ? ... 2VSS.438 1779 ? f ? 10,794,621 1780 ? 8,000,000 1781 ? .1,982,405 1788 ? ,. -8,632,746 1788 ? 3,220,«83 To Nov. 1,1784 ? 648,686 These were issues from the treasury, and were independent of the DEBTS incurred during the war, which amounted to 42,708,«0: thus thei total estimated expense of the war wa» 135,193, 703 dollars. Population of the UnitBC States in 1820. Maine ? ... ? 288,3...

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LINES WRITTEN ON LEAVING ENGLAND, AUGUST 24th, 1829. BY AN EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

Lines written on Leaving England, August 24th, is29. BY. AN EXILE. My Native Land is fading fast, As o'er tbe waves we swiftly fly, While many an eye now looks its last, And many a tongue exclaims ' good-bye.' Farewell, farewell! to all we prize, To all tbe frieiids we love so well ; Farewell to dear old England'6 skies, 'Neath which 1 never more may dwell. I have not feelings like to some Who Irom thee, without grief depart, I cannot leave my father's nome With smiling lace and joyful heart, No 1 no V altho' I do not weep, There is within mine inmost soul, A sorrow that will never sleep, A sadness spurning Time's controul. There is perchance a gentle breast That will not scorn my memory, But e'er it lays it down to rest Will breathe an anxious t^ar for me ; There re a few I know who still Will love me tho' all else should hate, With love unchanged by good or ill, By distance, or the' frowns nf fate. I have a lock of dark brown hair, That late wav'd o'er a lovely brow ;— A ring my S...

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From the Family Library, No. X. Lives of the Artists. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

From ihe Family Library, No. X. Lives of the drtistt. The life of Blake is a curious detail of the career of a most extraordinary being, who, if Mr. Cunningham, aud, above all, his own widow, did not assure us he was perfectly sane, we should set down to be very mad indeed. Now, for instance, what will the reader say to thi*.— ' tie closed the book, and taking out a small panel from a private drawer, said, '' this Is the last which I shall shew you : but it is the greatest curiosity of all. Only look at the splendour of Ihe colouring, and. the original character of the thing!' Msee,' said 1, ra naked figure with a strong body and a s*ort neck— with burning eyes which long for moisture, and a face worthy of a murderer, holding a bloody cup in its clawed hands, out of which it seems eager to drink. 1 never saw any shape so strange, nor did I ever see any colouring so curiously splendid— a kind of glistening green and dusky gold, beautifully varnished. But what in the World 1s it?' * I...

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THE CONSTABULARY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

'THE CONSTABULARY. Since writing our rf marks on the cattle driving constables we have learned that an ora^r has been given out that no pptty Con stables, are to appear in the streets after dark, unless thpy arc in the charge of a Dis trict Constable. This i* most certainly well -*...?!, lmi iJt..».l ? —?Bill *«1 uinrJu.-axJl j» a town, ihi' population of which is-composed of su-'h materials as the population of Luun coston, must necessarily be composed of, such restrictions upon the Constabulary will be severely felt. However, as we have before stated, we conceive the order to be well meant, and we hope matters will turn out bet ter than we anticipate. THE ORPHAN' SCHOOL. The Tasmaman complains loudly, and does so with good reason, of the usage re ceived by the boy Drabhje, at the Orphan School. We consider Orphans as public pro perty, in whose welfare every one is, or ought to be, interested. Viewing matters in this light, we cannut think that it makes any dif ference to the publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

Subscribers to the LaunceUon Adnrtizertt* respectfully informed, that all pe»»» will be charged for this paper up to u» expiration of tbe passing quarter; ana that all notices to discontinue must be ?«? companied with all the arrears, «r «'« . paper will be sent and ehtrged ftr uom fully paid. The Quarter Days are-September 30th, De cember 31st, March 31st, and June SOW, ? respectively. I The Terms are as follow :-auarterly, iff1'*! in advance 10s. : if paid at tbe end of »*? Quarter 13s. All Subscribers who PBJ '' ? inserting their Advertisements 3 pr mof»« times, will be entitled to « ''-sfrimsA KM tis ; for the first 8 lines 3s. 66., and mm each line respectively beyond 8, thecbarB'M is 3d. per 'line; to NoBSubscribers 5b. J ? the first 8 lines, and 3d. per Imefora»« above that number. ,„ , ...1 All manuscript Advertisements will b« w»s| tinned until countermanded, except i» ? number of insertions are w»ked,'!*[!|iB or unless they would 'be out of a«e '? continued. .1 All Adverti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

SA1LES BV AUCTION. BY MH. RICHARD WHITE. At the Stores of J. H. Keiuey, Etq., near the Wharf, on Saturday next, 13th instant, without reserve, to close consignment* : — -| gr HOGSHEADS of PORTER. JL%F —Prompt Payment. BY Mr. RICHARD WHITE, Immediately, after the h bo ve, at the Stores of Win. Barnes, Esq., without reserve, to close consignments : — 1 *i HOGSHEADS of PORTER ? CAKT --K. WANTED by -he Undersigned.— Three TEA MS, to assist in cart »e a large qunniity of MIMOSA BARK, from ,t- Lake Kiver, either to my Stores, or the Wharf in Laiinceston. The carls of the Pro oiietor will accompany the Teams hiring, and ihey will commence, delivering in town on Wednesday, Ihe 24th November, and continue very subsequent Wednesday throughout this yeBr. \ Paddock will be found the Bullocks in the 'intry. nnd one man (to be provisioned by -' - master), will be sufficient for each Team. i hey ran assist each other in loading ana u loading ?? he Bark i'ttied in bundles, and it is thought --'] IJ...

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HOW TO DRESS A DUMPY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

UOiT TO DRESS A DUMPY WOMAN. »R£li a dumpy wontan as a dumpy woman otigirtito^ie, dressed, according to the first great principle of dress— adaptation— and you ftsifertf ihirefeze the htttid ef a verv r» . I body-with a b.som -white as a drif7of ''I How, indeed, a dumpy wom'.J.g'0jl dressed is another^uess-fflatter ; but *. *l answer the question so fer*yneERf,ves6i??ll nrost net weara cap two feeihi|h ; fcr ,C*I besides that -men are irfraJd of i5£'«l tartar, iH«t«Bd*f thereby adding two 2.*! her stature, she takes two- off, -«L „,£' ««| te the eje exactly two feet on her hiJffiSI shoes. But such cap €ktends her Jmtera lvt?l yond all customary or reasonable bolM and-you wonder how she got in ataZl I room door of the suBualdtaeoslous u», 1 being short by hypothesis, -Ddmoy' -«ol'2 to wear a aeklace of great breadth, if fir ?other reason than thftn that it gives (he V ^ators^ain to see jaw-bode and collar-C aiffering under thesaweanstrumontofiorZ Neither ought out fat friend to heap ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 8, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

LAUNCESTON ADFERTISER, NOVEMBER 8, 1830. 'It is the public duty of a Jourailiet to dispel deluiion ; but in (he discharge of this duty lie must not etpect to find hii read iii-rfcctlj free from the arrows of those who »re interested; rnpn-vputingthe .ffigU of truth from confronting asa disti ffcling their power.' It is not at all unlikely that Catholic Emancipation will be followed by the Emancipation of the Jews: we learn by the '' Morning Herald' of tbe 5th May last, that a petition was presented to the Commons by Mr. HuskisSok, pray ing that their civil disabilities might be removed. The petition was from the bankers, merchants, and other inhabit ants of Liverpool ; it was signed by the Mayor, some of tbe corporate members, every banker, and 2,000 of the inostres pre-eniing (says the Herald,) all the wraith and commercial interest of-that laVt:C community.'' The petitioners sta tei' lhat they considered — : ' The ret ft idiom under which the pertsnt of the Hebrew persuasion at pr...

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MR. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

MR. O'CONNELL. Mr. O'CoNNiLL is still the old man — stifl.tbe restless agitator — .tbe creature of the mob. We were of opinion that Emancipation would have contented him, so every reasonable man thought, but exactly the reverse is the case. In the hou«e be talks about purity of motive, and rectitude of intention, and to his javourties, me tnoo, ne raw* nwui. «' War to tbe Knite' ! No one can rea sonably blame O'Conhell for exerting every talent he may be master of to raise those of his religious pursuasions to the same level ae their .countrymen ; but to endeavour to place their feet upon the heads of the protestants is really too bad. It is not unlikely that the agitation may be like tbe boy who pushed his hand into the jar of filberts, by grasping too much he may lose all. His agitation may have done much good to his country, further agitation would do it much harm. He says he wished to break, the lie between great Britain and Ireland — perhaps he would like to be king of Ireland—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

I ENTIRE HORSES ?10 COVER this Season, at £5. and I- St. the Gro'tm, Stand* at Mr. Bur* Clajton'fi, Norfolk Plains, I WOUNG PETER FINN/' ?6 hands high, a beautiful roan, with Kelt poiuts, not by the imported thorough Ed Hors« I'fiTER FINN, Dam an imported ?re, and considered one of the finest in the m Colony* I&lso :— To Cover this Season, and to Stand fine Lauoceston Hold, at £3, aud 3s. to loom,— ; I BRONTE. ?Too well known to require description. : ?Timor Ponies srat to this Horse, owing to le great trouble from the disparity of eiee, III dp charged elttra. |W The above i wo Horses are both out of' letBiBP Dan. [ PROMPT PAYMENT. ?Lannceston, I Si-|.t«'!iilifr 4th, 1830. I WANT ID. k GOOD GROOM, whe must also p- perfectly understand the manage lent of Entire Dorses ; -he must be of saber Kbits, and none need apply unless they can I well Kcoffline uded. I A single man would be preferred. llppiy at tfaig office. ? . [ WANTED. ! E1R0M 15 -o20,000 BRICKS.— Any f- Person willin...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

No Arrivals or Departures here this week. Vi-Nt:L REMAINING IN THE HAllBOUU. Bfliq''' Nirarod. Arkived in Hobart Town. On -h- 30ih Oct— .The brig Resource. (242 tons) Cflpt. Smith, from London 29th June, with a general cargo of merchandize, consign ed lo-Messrs. Kemp & Co,, W. Wilson, Dawes & Hewitt, W. M. Orr, W. Wulktn show, G. Hunt, G. F. Read, 11. Willis, J. Stephenson, M. L. Smith, J. G* Maddox, and G. Woodward. Passengers, Messrs. Walk insliaw, Murdoch, Frampton, Collett, Cursons, Barclay, Allen, Buscombe, and Hopkins, Mis. O'Brian and four children. On the 2nd Inst.— The barque Deveron, Caj)t. Lovett, from New Zealand the 8th Oct., with above 200 tons black and sperm oil, and 20 tons whalebone. Her chief mate and five men were lost by the upsetting of a boat in a squall, off New Zealand, on the 28th Sept. Same day, -The Govt. brig Derwent from Port Arthur. Sailed from Hobart Town. Qn the 4th ? The schooner. Prince Regent, Capt. Hasiell, for Launceston, with a ...

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