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HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday.—May 12. LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 8 November 1830

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tuesday.— May 12. LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND. Mr SPRING RICE disagreed with the Noble secretary that the present motion was not one which 'it became Parliament to enter ,tain at this particular moment of time. The resolution also did not unguardedly pledge Parliament to too much. It was recommend ed on two grounds. The first, and the stronger ground, was for the sake of good Government Tn Ireland— a ground which, he was happy to find, formed the principal feature of his Hon. Friend's motion ; the second on we ground et economy. In the vote he should give to-night it was not impassible he should be exposed to obloquy. He therefore, was anxious to explain the grounds of that vote. The pro posed alteration in the removal of the Execu-! tive Government might be unpopular with the citizens of Dublin, who derived, in fact, their emoluments or the profits of their business and trade fram the circumstance of the Viceregal residence ; but he felt satisfied it would not be a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

m LACNCESTON RACES. ? * i EUTISKS will lie held at the Laun ISfc- mtton Hotel, on Friday, the 26th Bk, at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of making Krr»ii£*-m--nts f°r tlie «»suing RACES. ? November Uth, 1830. I CAUTION. ?n . £ Public are hereby cautioned not HI. to Purchase the Macquarie Grant H| iniid, «m»te -««? Paterson^s flains, adrer ?itNl for Safe by Mr. Rich:* no White, the Htme being IDT sole property. - ?' ' ' , JEREMIAH PECK. ? November 10(h, 1830. TO LET. A BRICK DWELLlNGHOUSE.si vm. tuate iu Brisbane-street, Luimceston, rith Yards and a Garden. The above will be Let either weekly, quar terly, or yearly, as may be agreed upon.— ipulv to rv JOSEPH DELL. Aiim-eBton, Novr. lOlh, 1830. CAUTION. r'iE Public are hereby- cautioned .trains employing Tlioiuas Wilkiuson, mo'c'-d ?-- -h' Mivuf ol ilic Uud«-rbigiuU tor I2mouih-. under a written agieemeut (dated 8h October In. t,) h» having absconded fiom rivwrtd-'fcH'Vter TWtistderaMy in debt. A«y ?mnn apprehending him, and bringing him ...

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From the TASMANIAN [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

?si From the Tasmania* . ?« Quit Re\th.-A Huumom is gein'rally«r-B¥ culaied, that an order has been rec«iwrtF'-«Bii ' Home' to the effect that all ?'«?« of a««B« Rrnd aw to be fortwith lewled. W«e?BIJ*B5 believe this 10 be possible ! No M'nister,»B2 England would venture upon a meaiure, »f ?! consrqu«.iu5e.of which would bi- the e«xWe|« Expected Arrival*.— T« edition to the Ships wuich weu»f?ntiooed in ourlatt at oti the pa-isrtge «'?» this Island, we 1 hart toann* u.ice the SHIPS EtLIcE. ind WB sodrce, from LoiidoB. and the mm V..NOS, from Liverpool, and Clbopatb* fr.iu London. r Suicidb.- -Yesterday evening ihe 1 ton stable at Kangaroo Point, in a IL « jealouav, attempLMl to destroy hit w*j by woundiog h-r so ^rioasly with «J aice thM her life iidesDjured of. »e'*J|- attempted to destroy t^self, by cut«ng| his .hroat in so desperate a «M»r«J?| his recovery is coiidered very tiooWfid-B Lady WiiliL Leunox (Miss P^^^Ij frired Mr. Wo-«1 the singer, to! her '» {^li has been treated ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

VALUABLE STOCK, for Sale by Private Contract : — No. 1 .—A Bay-rean MARE, 8 Tears old, of Colonel G'ils' breed, with a font at her fool by 'WATER 1.00,' stinted to 'YOUNG PB TER FINN.' -Price 70 guineas. N» 2.— A Bay FlLLY, 3 years old, out of the above MARE, by ' BOMVAR,' much ad. aired, stinted to ' YOUNG PBTEH FINN.'- Price 60 guineas. No. 3. — I Bay PILI.Y, 13 months old, out of No 1 by ' BUFFALO'.— Price 30 guineas. ^.4.— A CbeMint GELDING, «ot of a goad Bay Mare, equal to 14 s one. and promise well for draught.— Price £35 Apply to Mr. UIGHARD WHITE, at th- Launceaton Hotel. P. -.— Also, from 50 to 100 Head of CAT TLE, in lots of from 10 to 20. TB M .—Approved Bill^ m S month*. ST. A^DKbW'S DAT. IK celebration of this Festival of tbe Tutelar Saint of Scotland, there will be a DINNER *t the Corn waW Betvi, on ttit 20th November. DR. SPENCB in the Chair. DR. PAT-N, Croupier. Stewards :~D-. LANDALL, JAMES RA\. KIN, Esq., A PATER-O\, Eiq , 3\*. AIT KBN. Esq., G. R VLSTON, Esq., A.T...

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THOUGH ALL OTHERS SHOULD FORGET, YET WILL I NOT FORGET THEE! [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

Though all others should Forget, Yet will I not Forget Thee I (By an Exile.) Remember me ! when Irora those gentle eyes, That I have lov'd so well, I waud?r iart— And when at eren, in the far off skies,— Those eyes are gasiug on some beauteous star, Forget me not When theforfd lightnings thro' the air are ^layiog* And the deep tiiuuder, mutters l'ear:uily , — And when thy tboughts to former times are stray ing; Times I when thine heart beat high and cheerfully, Forget me not. Wli°nnone but those tliou lovst well, are near, Aid thou art gayes1 o:' tiat happy throng ; A id wh'a in tones, wtricu I so lov'd to upar, Tuy Ups are breathing some old fav'rite song, Forget ma not.' Wlien in tha Eastern sky, the day is breaking;, A .d tlr g-!ad lark ia ««aibt ng: I'nr'h its hjmn, A ud when the niylit-flow r from iu sleep is wakinc, As twilight shadows ({row more Taint and dim, ' Forget me not. When the broad sun is setting 'neath the sea, And earth aud sky alike ar- hnsurd at.d calm in d w .o...

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DESCRIPTION OF ALGIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

Jhe land sideTand 40 feet in height towards !£ ea It has a citadel, and is moreover ti,2'd by seven castles' and a number of t 'ries There are five barracks, five Ion d .«. or magazines for provisions and loreign «, Vclandise, 60 mosques, twelve public hi hi Z Ute'am baths, six bagnios or prisons, Kd so forth. The port has cost immense sums M well m great labour ; but it is too narrow. TheYntrance is defended by a citadel and £ 'siderable batteries. The P«-Pul^?° '£ ?ftsof 100,000 Mahomedans, 15,000 Jews, and 2,000 Christians. Algiers is bu.lt on the sT-shore, upon a pretty large basis. It rises fn the shape of an ampViteatre, upon a steep S,inl I& circumlerance comprises a space 'f. .eoeraphical mile and a half (IS to ? SLre'e , anfcontains from eight to 10 thou .and I houses. The streets are very narrow, tud the roofs of the houses approach each other so closely as to prevent the access of the ---?? ? so that, by means of tU flat roofs, t would be possible to establish a c...

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LANDING OF THE FRENCH AT ALGIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

LANDING OF THE FRENCH AT ALGIERS. The following details relative to tne oper tions of the expedition against Algiers have reached government : REPORT OF ADMIRAL DUPERRB TO THE VINlxTER OF THE MARINE. On board La Provence, Bay of Torre Ghicn, Jane 14, 1830. Mdnseigneur,— Providence hiH favoured with complete success the first operations of the glorious enterprise ordained by his Majesty. The King's flag waves on the Port of Sini RUrr..,.k -ml ihp Tower of Torre Chica. Oi. the loth instant I left the Bay ol l'alma w«tt. the fleet under my command, which I h«' succeeded in rallying again after its having been dispersed by bad weather in sight of the coast of Africa on the 3 1st «»«\i'5»- » approached that coaac -again on the 121b, in the motning, but strong easterly winds and a heavy sea again obliged me to stand out t-- sea, keeping the fleet together. Yesterda\ morning the wind was still freeh fiom i\» east, but the sea less agitaird,and the weuili er fine. This first opportunity jf ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 15, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

LJUNCEsTON ADFERT18EH, NOVEMBER IS, 1830. 'It U tbe public doty of a Joonnliit to diifd ieluuoj tut i» the diMhaI^oftl,isdutjbeou«t»et«pecttofinahi m& perfecUj free from the .rrowi of Awn whe tn -ntIr'''f ? fttisf their power.' We promised last w-ek to enter more faUy into Ihe subject of punishment, by chuin-ganpi, factories, &c, and the ef fects produced thereby ; and we take the earliest opportunity of redeeming our pledge. This ground has been so often ploughed up by our fell w journalists, that the mi -jeci has almost become barren, we ?hall 1 hereto re do little more than states few instances of the effects of these pun ishments which have come under our ewn observation. The 6rst we shall mention la that of a ycunp man who was trauaporled under tbe infamous gam? jaws, Whenwe jlrst knew him he was a credit to the prisoner P pnl -tion, a steady, industrious, well, b' hated young man, esteemed by all who k w him— he was assigned to a settler ir the interior, by who...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 15 November 1830

Ahkivrd. . n. T«esd«T,— The schooner Prince Regent, 3 Hawe? Bister, from Hob.rt Town, with 7 tSsofiron, 18 puncheons .f rum. 30 half iZTund 15 pipes Vine, 16 hhds. of brandy, |oP '« of-Mrfr., 1 cask «f I77CT' 1 do. paints 47 bags salt, 10 casks of pitch, 1 ruse musl ni. 4 bales of slops 2 cases sun jri,s 1 do. of bombaiines, 2 bales of wool £ '* a* 1 bale of rugs. 50 chest, of tea, ' f!ox*sof nankeens, 5 cases of raising I cratfofdn.; consigned to J. H. and J. & J. Brioaou? 7 cases Sf pipe*, 1 .-as- of wearing SSrf, 4 case* ef ««tfc.df 1 case.f cnna Son. I ciate of jelly pots, 1 cask of brushes. 30 hW chests of »«; 1 box of wearing ; ap parel ; consigned to H. Datis, 3 bales of tool 'sacking, 4 cases of glass, 1 bund e of m«i -hook«, 85 baskets tobacco, 1 bale or S !l bundled boonets ; toorder,4 trunks, ? wearinii appall; to M. Vauihan, 1 pair harrows, 1 dough, I bo* m.dc;.ei to Mr. flwtth: 1 «Vsi tea, 1 box raisins, lrf«J Wine 30 hhds. of Cape wine, 1 case of Port Jin',' am...

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DREADFUL EFFECTS OF CORPOREAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

Dreadful effects- of coiipohea.!1 punishment. ' ^ ? ?'-? v Two or Mr. W. Archer's men were, for spnre misdemeanor ordered at the Noriblk Plainl Police Court on Monday last, to receive 60 4&s)iet each. On being taken to the triangles on Tuesday^ one of the men, a carpenter, named Mackiiitosbi upon being ordered deliberately stripped himself, he tightened his braces very strongly round his waist, and suddenly rushed down 'to the South Esk, and before, any person could arrest bis prog ress, be plunged into the stream, evidently deter mined to put a period to that ew»ten-e which the near prospect of the torturing lash had.rnade suf ficiently hateful to him. He cameup once, and held his hand \ip, and then deliberately and gradually sunk to rise no more ;£reat eflbrts were made by Mr. Jordan and Jhe man who was tj- have been tortured witli him, to rescue him from d watery grave, but their: efforts were useless. This man was a most excellent carpenter, . and his ser vices were of g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

k ' ^enei& WbO^w, Lttuncestoa. . fcmsJami* ?j»inMr«. ? gn&S T» Runt Edmund hl&iuL Key fhoSM .'**?** ?re William '-. „ ?iley W.lliali. Bepnan Joseph ?unman F. W. ?nfiff Mrs. Bwie Robert ? ? I 'ft- ?;:? . ?gnolrf K. ... ?'.us Hiiiriett ?iiiDm Ensign ?itvsftt '' ?»h«r Josvph. I B. ?d» r James. F. il'er John i.i.-tw T. zgihlrings Patrick imw J. e, ayS.W. . cm Kate u y r ADD. ad a in li. irtlihs J. ' H. - ; - jaid D. - ;l William II S. M. mowing: -- ,*, ulltmjr.C. until y J). wing i; ?? Hj.burn J, J ? mes James Itanedy J. flo.vember 17th, 1830. Mhwv Wo, . 1J Mutiim Wra. ??-?J*s .;' o. M!f ?Owe James. Owen ft. W. P. Piidncj William Powell John Prest fitfWi:, I'al/nei Joseph 1'atbn Doctor ' '...' B- . Keid James Kieiey Jbha , Rcjiolds James R«»Bn Mrs. MrPVes Samuel Kobeson William ? S. (ipencer Win., Stand ring E. Smith Charles Smith John Sutherland 4. C. - SroU jiio. Scott Alexr. Sonede — — Stewart 6. B. T, Taylor j. Taylor William Tan. fLuie. , :?-'-?? WfltkluE jo...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

©nap ''flffli staws. AllRITItD. On Tuesday,— The cutter Vtanj, — -— - Jacobs, master, from Circular Head, in bal last- Sailed. On Saturday. -The cutter fanny, ? jar -l)s, master, for Circnlar Head, with 60 ' Geared out at the Custom House, for the Jl» .ritins, via Swan River, the barque Nim ron\ Captain Wyatt, with 39 casks of beef, 4 000 bushels of wheat, 600 bags of flour, 5 ton* --f potHt«p», 5 tons of hay, 40 chests ef ten. 20 baskets of tobacco, 3 pipes ot brandy, 4 puix-heou* of rum, 4 do. of shrub, 1 horse, and 200,000 shingles, shipped by Messrs. riflln-rly and Ralston ; 1 caseof tea caddies, 1 case of cinnamon, 1 case of nankeen, 2 cases o- locksoj, 1 log, 4 tabs sugar candy, 5 tubs of citron, 60 baas of rice, 1 trunk «f sarce bpis, &c . 1 case of souchong tea, part of her import cargo re.«hipped. Passenger and Supercargo v-r. Flaherty. Vkssils hemainino in the Hariobr. Barque Nimrod ; and schooners Prloce Re gent and Henry. t. Arrived in Ho*ar-t Tow* On the 13th,- ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

VAN OlEMEN's LAND. (Fii»« Sounder*'* Aews £«««-, enrf *-««* Advertiter.) In contemplating the many miseries to which humanity is incident in all parts of the earth. th.re is rone more calculated to strike thi philanthropist with horror than the fate oi fir unhappy wretches who an- consigned lo «h- |-inal .settlement of Macquarie Harbour, whither the offenders against the laws of so ei- -y in Van Di' men'* Land Bre transported. leniency lorms 'o part of the system of Mac Ctiarie Harbour, on the contrary, such are lib 1 igour' that it leads to desperation. There Biunt be some ray of hope permitted to steal into the dungeon of the captive, otherwise his s.m. (I and withered spirit, instead of yield ing tears of contrition, will give forth only tli' uroaus of despair; and wanting the pros* peci of meeting nrrcy he will make no effort to -!.-.. rve it. Macquarie Harbour coMgr. - fi--^ all the horrors must appalling to m»n. ts 1 imaie is dreadful. Fogs, rain, and colii ar- |nipeiuiilly ag...

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To the Editor of the Launceston advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

To Ike Editor of the Launce-ton UtcriunM Sir, , ? Before introducing myself to ;tfl notice as a correspondent it uuy nut be inH proper briefly to stute the motive which indiB i-.i-K me to do so ; you mu-i k mw then ihitH i am not one ol those uiiloimnate perscaH whbSH cause! hik about Io advocate, oeilhS am I one of those individuaU who point (hi fitieer ot fcrorn and miv with ihe Pharim ?' Lord 1 thank thee that 1 am not as tins men are,' no Mr. Editor, say reason for roeo tioning the circumstance h to avoid the nil construc'tion which the ill-natured w nutlevoleiit ere too apt to put- upon t h endeavours of any one to ameliorate th Condition of the wretched— v.ix., their h-^ a p;iriv concerned; myonlj motivv ili,'iifo for lukinK nit my pen is, ' thf nelplc^s I help, and the liopeless to save' and W'-q ? t Goa lh«re were more nc'nuted hy th'1 snai (n yonr leiidiim article lust wei'kl was(.l« to observe that you for one sveiu'd «viMng I enter the lists in (lie cause of humanity, eni...

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Port of Launceston, in the Island of Van Diemen's Land. 183O. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

port of UZZt0.it &£&-&&, in tljr Ifeliin* of TP&n miemcn'* Santo, I 183O. IMPORTS during SEPTEMBER Quarter. . , _ . . Estimated Value iu Sterling. jrUcles Imported. ^.^^ Coafitwjse. Fordgn statio*. geceGonds ? e e 0 i^ o 0 448 18 0 3 * 0 603 9 * Walt Liquors.... « 0 0 1** « » 6n ls s »?»»: ? ? ^ ' « ? 1M16 ? 5™'-dy ? iQ2 so SI 00 60 00 7908806© Colonial Gin .... 168 10 0 7 W « 1 4 0 855 9 0 V''- ? {44 0 « 629 0 0 *69 16 8 1138 16 8 pa ? 336 « 0 605 » 4.20 0 881 18 0 1338 1 4 £»«»? ? ???? -488 16 2 19 10-0 ? M » 614 t) 5 Kume^aied It OT 8 *?'£?£ 5 ^828 16 10 1*- 0 0 99 3 g 808 13 0 HK48 14 0 Total Amount. . C8T4 » 0' '9mjT*. »8W 14 8 1910 0 496 U « 70i 16 tl 3886I » 8 EXPORTS during SEPTEMBER Quarter. I Articles Exported.' . Estimated Valbe in Sterling. ? British Colony. Coastwise, ..:???*?-. - I Description MdQMBlitr. , Sjdaer. i»»bmrt. -.' OntfitttieuMfe' '' ? ' T«Mi I Wool'. ? ..;........ £314 00 899 0 0 , «,* I Wheat ? 8004 11 1 1487 10 ?- ...

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BIOGRAPHICAL, SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND SERVICES OF OUR PRESENT [?] King William the Fourth. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

I BIOGRAPHICAL i-KSTCH I OF THK IjtoB AND SERV ( ES OF OUR PHESENT r ?? -^\ai;- h. ? : King William the Fonrth. ? ? ' (From the u ilny Timtt.) m William ??enhy. ihj;d boh of King ?GEOROt 'II., was horn Auuti-t the%|st, 1765. Igewas ai»iih-d by the above names in Ui ? month of September, and 'from an' early jt - ? rind of his cldhooit was destined for the sea. ? The Kino, hi* fat her, is said to have discov ?cred somptM'tf in Prwc» William that stiuck ? kin as peculiarly fining \\\m for naval service. ? His brothers, I hi- Prince ol Wales and Duke ? of York, Here well formed Mrong lads, but ? Id corporeal strength and constitutional hardi ? bopd there wae from th- fi si a striking dis ? tJnction in favnnr of the voun^er brother : Btrbife he'1)etrHy.'(1 an ram indifference, to ? those refim d Madiesof ubiiih they were fond, ? iD(-ii- which they . xcelled him. I DEVOTION TO THE NAVY. ? Early as »?? ihe period of fain d- parture to ? tea, thtre were, much earlier indications of ? kit pr...

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THE FAIR SEX. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

THE F Alii SEX. When Evp brought w m to all mankind, Old Adam called her *«.m«n ; But when she teooV with love u kind, He th*-u pronounced it wen-man ; Bui now with folly and with pride, Their husbands* pockets trimming, The ladies are so full of ?**»«, Tbat people call them fcA/m-men. INDECISION : Our first Duy in Ptrit. «' Come, quirk, send the breakfast away, 'Tis half after twelve, I declare t Let's settle the place tor the day, For really we've no time to spare. What sight shall we see to begin with. I Lord bless me ! will no one decide 7 ' Well ! order the carriage, and in with The Map aud the ' Traveller's Guide' ' ' I vote for the tour of the Fountains,'!-— ** And I for the git? Tulleries,'— *'? I'm mad for a rush down the mountains,'— ?? And 1— for whatever you pleuse.'— ' Then l» t's take a peep at the Louvre.' ' Pbbu ! we've plentv of time to go there ; Stop, and see the Guard-Royal nanseuvre.'~ ' Pooh ! nonsense, we've no time t* spare.' *' The Luxembourg let as agree ou...

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MONOS AND DIAMONDS. A Legend. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

MONOS AND DIAMONOS. A Legend. I AM English by birth, and my #arlV y««ra were passed in * ? ? ? ? I hadneflherbrotheri nor sisters ; my mother died when I was jo the cradle ; and I found my sole comr onion, tutor, and playmate in my father. He. was a younger brother of a noble and ancient house t what induced Jiiin to forsake his cenntrj and his friends, to ^bjnre all soRietr, «nd to live in a rock, is a story -n itself, whicahai notlling to do with mine. ? As the Lord Ifveth, I believe that- lay tale will have sufficient claim on your attention) without calling in the tiUtory of another to preface its most euuisUe details, or to give interest to its most amasing event. . I said rriy father lived on a rock-the whole country round seemed nothing but rock!— wastes, bleak, blank, dreary ; trees slanted, herbage blasted : caverns, through which some black and wild stream^that never knew staF',or sunUghi.~b~ut through rare apd hideous chasroi of the bufte stones above it) went dashing ant...

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(From the SOUTH AFRICAN ADVERTISER. September 18.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

(From the Sbtmt African AnvERTi*En. . .- Se -e. her 18.) just before putting (he paper to press, n were informed lhat Captuin Percivul. of ill ?'Abhorton',' which arrived from England \- terday, touched at Madeira, where he learn ? ihe important intelliffence that Algiers h» (alien nto the hand? of the French on the 7 -- of July, after a stubborn attack. The losso; the Afgerineg is not known, but that of tin French is stated- tobave been 10,000 men kil led, besides many wounded.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

The First Ship for London Direct. _yg,i 'le ^ne» fast-sailing', teak buil- ^HMy Ship liOMBAY, John 'Daiihj Com ^^MngL n-H'd- rl 300 tons burthen, will h' ymjffrMmWldespatcned wittiiii htx weeks after 'i^iSKSBher arrival from Hobart Town. Her uccommodat ions, for Passengers are not to be exceeded, affording every possible comfort and convenience. For Freight or Fassage, apply to the Captain 'ti uoard, or to WILLIAM WALK1NSBW, ' Agent. Launceston. Novr. 1in-\, 1830. For London Direct. ^gffiLTHti line, first-class, well-known ' t&SoL sln|i PERSIAN, Bunhf-n per register, 400 ions, R. Plunkktt, Commander, is duily expected from Hobart Town, and having i lie greatest pan of her cargo engaged, w'-!l s;til 'or the above Port in all January. Her ac commodations for Passengeis are very superior, and she carries an experienced Surgeon. For Freight or Passage, apply to GAVIN RALSTON. Q3T Goods intended for Shipment per the PB SIAN, will he stored fret of expense at ! the Stores of ihe A...

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