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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. NOVEMBER 22, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 22 November 1830

L.-UJXVK8TON ADrEHTISER, NOVEMBER 22, 1830. 'It if the pnblic duty of a Journalist to Aispei delation : bat is Ilir discharge of tliis dut) hf mu«t not eiptcl to find his t«*i (iprfriitljr (rae frum the arrows Of those wlio are intereiteil h-(j.-vc.,tuig the Mfit of truth frum oo&fittntiog ml diati p»tiug their powar.' Wr in this day's publication lay be fore tbeom lunity a fair statement of our 1rad». This may be considered in part a- the ledger account of a mirchuBt or com pany, by which they may see at each pe riod of i lire- m n hs, in whal measure they bave improved or wast d their stock. In the abovc-menlion^d statement it will be seen that we have fallen off in our exports since last quarter, and that we b;.ve cnusiderablv increased in -ur im poris for tlie orre.-poudidg period. Our export hi ve fallen off considerably in con equence f the very ereat and almost unexpected fall in the price of wheat — a fili which raunot be properly accounted for, otherwise than in the...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

Qm& j|f^ $mi98. Akrivrd. This Day,— The cotter Fanny, from Circu lar Head, ? -Jacobs Master, in ballast; al»t, from (he snme place the schooner Friend ship, 'Passengers,— -Ed. Cttrr, Esq., And Mr. I'oisi-v. Th*y left CirmiJar Head op Sunday ''?' . -Sailed.' ? . ? ? '; On Thursday,— -The «chooner Prince Re «knt, j. Hessell, Master, for Hdliart town, with 3.000 bushels ef wheat,, shipped by Messrs. Solomon, to order, 14 kegs and 1 cask bultrr, shipped by Mr. G. Whitcemb, to i. C. Strarey. raBsenger,-*-M*s, Westbrook. . - The schooner Henry sails to-morrow, on a sealing voyage. Matter end owner, Mr. joo. Griffiths- ? . VE«SELI REMAINING IN THE BaKBOUR. Schooners Henky and Friendship; cutters rtaAaitll HnAfftMNV. 'Amused in Hobart Town. On the 34m.— the ship Lang, Capt. gather Janri,' from Sydney the i3(h inst., with— 3 butts wine, 6 CBdt»j-!p«-ol»y; l.e««» lamps. 31 casks beef, I box aad 3 casks bacon, 274 pieces cedar, 2 cask* gin, 30 -d». tatter, 4 oses pepper, 10 «*sfcs chee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

[ , « : - .*£0T X^^H^^HBBflfljHHU^^V^fr ? ? * ? ! ?' ' * [ ? ,/ IP-;'., i ::.'. '-^^^HUgMH^^'- ! :.V'~ f #©££ bTAVfifi0Nr:it¥ P ':»i- RlCflAUD WOTTED ? . |eft^tBnfe^t»nh&teV,piiTa«a«it,rAt'1.4lfi of DwWbWaMVdbfetl'PiSM.ii ??? ^ ?» A Si L/BCTION of CATTJLB, from tk th» &letiirated fljeWfe tffltoitt&iBL'5 Son, «Ht &©# wftfaig «* *fc«t !fcrfmiip6t fflK all 'tfaWfcattf* ??«ftnW»$ya- jteaCT'W^dSihS5; t*aer $20, zt*«**° llonlhs. ? . . . ' Li'-I' ' ''?' launceBtori4 No?ri!18tn, I8». -?? ???..-? ;?' n»;-''-'irB-iil jijji -'»- !»??? ? , 1; .????'' a . !«VMi.«!CHA«O WHITE. . -., ft«he I,*W«*»itooi Hiiii^.oaiWedwsdifi 4th - JaounWiaS**^ ??:-' '? '?!- ??? ????'?.' ACtKH-3E flork. oiHme CATTLE, of Ubo&l !4Ojifr«Ji d^st%*tifc% 3* |l% ^?i.\ WV*1 ^WW ttiewselyes th tfce^ rMW^i^AIJ 'pBtttiasert undfr £30 cash »njibo^uteOnrGt)6dB»|8-t Candid y^^SjLg.^t^K, for Sfcteby -No. Ik— A Baj-rt-mu MXtSB;-* y*«« old. ol CpltHU-1-GtiUe1 tirt^d, with a foal «t her foot. ^4 ...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 29, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER Nt vfiMBBn 29, 1830. ?'It it tht pttblic do4T »f » Jonrntlitt to t\ff\ -i«Urion : fca! in thr dis,-haii« c this datj he mast not expect to finaiiii row! perfr.itljfre-' from llie »now»of thotewtao&rt intcruUd hi |.nvciiii.ig the iBjii of truth ftom cottfrentUt *»4 diiii fitting their power.' H w than ftil we onghf to be to Pro-' vi:lf»cp fur cssiihfi- oiir lot in tbis mild climate, and in a land of jrreac fertility, where i (en ty abounds, from the vicere g-a residence' of the represculatire of Bxjesty down to the, meanest CDttag*, were the board of the poor displays daily,, nay, many times o»ch day, the hut jsmoking joint of neat, and that is pro fmdon, at all tinws; 'except when the vio lent abuse of «t-irit(iotis liquors takes a teo firm hold, for when tjiey «ak«fu]l posws. sion of any person, all, or mo^i all other bu siness is' jfeglected, Jto iollow this fatal andself-JDhrdfiinfipasBipn. , .*'.'? P-u what comfortable, prospect* are bef re the man,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

The Press has gained too most extraordinary virto.ies at Sydney. Two actions. wer*-,hr«lgight ? by thejan1 officers of (lie Cro*f« «e£rfp»t'Mf Haycs of the Kmhnlion and Me. Haix of the Muni; or respeeiively.. for violation of the X*» cal Regulation Act, in riot, as .respects Mr. Hftycif, delivering lii.s journal asreqUtT'ed at th*' Secretary's office, and. as respects Mr* . Hai.l, printing and publishing the Monitor without entering into the recogniauncei re quired oy rue net. ine aerences were muni ..; manly. Th«- defendants took the bull by the very horns, and plead' -i that the local act being at vaiiaMce with (be law oi'fii)gland, and even with th-- provisians of the Huskissoh Act, inwhirh the power of the Lonat Legislmorcs originates, they were nut compelled to obey it. And the juky so found, delivering wWjW* . for the defendants in belh case»\ .^; „, Mr. Cooper, a Barrister of. considerable standing, was recently appointed Solicitor General of Netr South Wai«t-, but afterwards...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

0]B]h!B®V JPttMteWi - *y ANEXJLK. . . ... . ? ? . Brirfhtlr fipaffls the sfct aboveaae :— Blue ibewatrrr roll btne&th. ?: l»r from all thr frieiifa who love me, . , . , Perhaps muat yield bit Infest hreat-« Where frieiidiare not, joy is cerrr i— Near them grjbf eu- nerer dwell;' ? . Yet uvkindlj fate cuula fever. , . Those whoie hearts agreed »o well,'1 ? Still in njrimber. dreamn'befpre mfe— i '??'?'*-- ? ?- ? Bring the jo j» of daj» gone by. . : ?When *hosefcu*jc sounds cjuseo'er-B* , ,« That first taught my heart to sigb— By the UgM: w11'!' mMforyieniSU; ?.,''? ? ? ? ' JEachiavdtppl once more I view; ; luttho^iiion qoickjjendisth ' 1 . its fleptuot lift to us. Tho the hope of on^emorr rteetinlr' Those Hove «mgVt-eaie my ji Mb, Yet jio'kindlr words of «*eti»«t . Eer uuiT meet mine w araia. Bope-briKntp»\otiS^B6wlkvrTii-lih\!. Nought i-MBlrlnetb »vx -9fsp»ir. ' ' Can my heart Be trtf frott t»ri I ' JJokind irprdBroW-twiatoiiofleii ' No^-hath rawed its pouted suinl— . Tetupr...

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BIOGRAPHIC L SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND SERVICES OF OUR PRESENT MONARCH King William the Fourth. (Continued from our last.) SEPARATION FROM ACTIVE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

BIOGRAPHIC L SKETCH ? ?'- f-.-.'oy *»«?? ? ?? ? , . . 11FB AND SERVICES OF OUR PRESENT ?:^i ? , MONARCH . HRi% WilHai' the Fourth. '''''.?'' 'Ivbntiiturdjfrompurlatli) AKPiSATinN: VHOM ACTIVR SKRWrit. . Aflii i 'aiiting through the regular digies of nidthi'ptnan,. lieutenant, and .captain,,, hi« Royal Highness, a,i itv - Jose of ih-J y«ar l)7S0, n-r-*ived a commission as rtar-eifmirtU ftf the Wui'. having tb*ii bwn Cktaout e;inhTv,en-fW-»th.8 ^?()«pj-ofBiielaf(0; SfcoHapd, ;and lrej«n*l, Jjy the titlfsof Duke, of ClM-ftnge pud Si. Ant druvs, .And1 Earlo/ Mcustf r. fliftflfwd Hirse disiirictioiu .wheii th.'1 peaxe of the, coup t/i (pnilerrd -liis acriw servict » nnnec/gssary, and when litilf prakppf* jeKistedtqf the early n-nfwal of bosliliiiifS with «ny nation of, the it oiAd Thr revolution had commenced* . bow- evr, fn Fiance, and .its rSpid and horrid exrfhui's ai leiygtn prevoist-d Europe tu war. The -Duke oftoiJt war *em*mf t*w^. 4«»?t.r«j-,- poimea in mre mr r»ri--;n niiu n uun...

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MONOS AND DIAMONOS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

uv qay *u : MON.OS A-VD DIAMONOS. 9Pii»tMe4l'fiii-m »ur Mtt% ? :a - m thevpsgel there: van one man, and omy on«*4 who. neither atpided my coropani^nshi|- nor recoilednt msi frown. He. was an idle and carious, being, fwU of «he frivolities^ arid ego. tisms, bndilmportkncf jof them to whom tonne are homes, and. talk -has beroaie a ofrnta), aliment. He was one prevadinjr, ifrit»tiii»«. offensive tissue of little, and low thought.. 'Phe only meanness br h,ad ;ttot .was fear, pit Wai impP^jbJ^ to awe, - aileii re. »r l» pbm iim. He senght me for ever;,he wasaf^, hli*ter4l»linR» whichoo force i-oQid^ear njf'/if ; py annl «rfi» faiot when my..|ey««: mntjdm. le.^M(6 to my «iKtit a-: ihoie, erf atpr«-R which from their mv iuathsotnijn««s at* Cpsrful as weU.«s;diPfi|ii.rfthle to us. 1 Ionised and yearned to sirimelejilm when h« adarfssed ineiOfreii. I : would have laid my, hand, on f)jm, anid hurle,d him into ihe. »-a to the sharks, which, IjflK eyed and eager-jawrd, swain 'nighi and day arou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 29 November 1830

? ti General Meeting, held -,a tue W-*Cor#toW mm, m li&unceston, ? tht ^gjbsVftf '*jNhlisli!hg KAtE? in itfe1 ?onty, ot Cornwall, agreeable to itivertisp ?nt, JA**&'kCo'*, y»q. being called toft*' ml{* ^5iMowin« Officers were elected 'for ^ m - \V . Sttmarit. mAm- dbx. fc^j: ? '-.-.?.-? ? ?lOSfcl'H AKCHBR, fish. ' Bbo -as ddttos, *$. fcOMAS I.ANDALL, Esq. M AJLeX^NBER PAjBRSON, Esq. ? JAMES RANKI&, Esq. ?THOMAfc I.A\DAI.L, Esq. . ?Alexander patbrson, Esq. ' »A!«lft;UAN'Km, Esq. KoBf) W. OKEaDOW, Esq. , Kres fpsolvprt as follows :- Khrtjfcf ^abes he run at L'annceston, and ?niDMir? on the SndT,u'»f!ay ih'M»rrh, 1831 . ?liilt list T)- open for subscribi-fR, and left ?h fhe Treasurer, with Mr. Hakdw:c&£, ?rfolk Plains; abd Mt G. Hops, Campbell ?»« ! '.: ?'? ?. ' '??? ?' ??? ?Wthe SabtaipG^n be 3 guineas for th* V yeaK'J'M'i g'?neas per niinum after ?M^ und ,thet the 1st sotorription be paid KVfqre tit* :1st tiay i-f joiteary next. WheMhanksufthf- Meeting...

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SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

[?] 3PUUI— AkRivkd. Od Frid»Tjr- The schooner Tasmanian Lass, ^ ? r Hal) vaster, from Hobart Towb, in ballast. Same dav,—The ship Persian, Captain Ftunkett, (not ipefedfltfllbte Cnston House). On Weflnegdiy, -Srbe schooner Henry, j. Griffiths, router, for New Zealand, and ad jacent ttJanHs, ton a trading voyage. ' VMSKLS RE^IAININii' IN THE HARBOUR. ' Ship Persian; schooners Friendship and Tasnanian Lass ; cutters Fanny and Opossum. Arrived in Hobart Town. On Saturday,— The barque Ceylon, Capt Davidson fiom Sydney; the 18lh N6v, with 82 eases glass, 32 balet^ngglrig, 5 casks powder, -ll.Vr«es,JL mate; 4 cow*, 1 calf, 407 planks «edar, ^jW. boxes soap., 50 firkins butter, 17 packer copper sheathing, glass, carpeting, fun ,jogs, ;2*|ricuJtOr»Jv fools, a phaeton e»mpl«te,,,,J,0O cojls cordage, 50 baskets tob*cco,H.l toate bai»»-, lkeg snuffs, 1 casks beet, 14 bags maize, 1$ ash oars,' 1 case Mine, 30 .tierces jbortled beer, with a variety Pa8-engers,-C»p». D'Lancejrenfl UejntrjFawkes «...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

p- Carntvalt 'i^^^.^iLiRiifepi^^n, I ' ' ?': ' ' *' * '?ftttKiifiti .- . j' '?' ?'. ' |JAM£S COlf. Esq. , iTHIO-fiiSWJtTON. Rsjj, ..-' - ' [tHOWi'Vi^DALI,, li^. ; .'?.?' '? I ?'?' ? 't ??,?'?' Secifiviy*! /' ..''.- [???''?? ^M|M, toji :,??.:.=.?; THoylt ca^all. J5«.q. ALe**Np£rl f AiJ^ON, EBqi ' *A*ife^J*N'KfNV E4tf ? I jOHN W. Gi,|U©--^,B&q. . r I was r-sOJvp*l as$H16ws :-^- [Th»t (he HjitPB \if fM at Launwnon, arid [Thw'StlSf be dpfeit for Subiiribers, -m8 left Hlh the Treasurer, wither. HARD WijCKS. lorfeik Plaink, and Mr. G. Ho&o, Campbell feten. '.-?.»'? ?._.? ? ' . - Tliaf Hi* Subscription be 3 gflirfns for the ?tt fear, irtftl 2 KJiliieaa per aiAftim afr«-- mtf*; ana ihtit ih- Is) &bscrl|«tor'4l« f aW fo»r ^br«* tb^ ^Mjd^ «fjjai^strf *? at.1 V*! toted thf*^irtr&«:kiitrtWt-'«ftrthi|WssSlTh;n ,. ji. I'ATBiSSON, Sn ! N. B— The Committee liave fixed the fbi. »win* weights:— , FortUeTtfo-year-old gtakes. Colts, ? ;,. ? ..:... ? 8 i EllKerftua'peiahi...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 6, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

LAUNCESVQ& -:? ADTERTISER, ? DBCBMBBR 0, 1830. _ .1 _ 'II IP (lit pnUic dot* of;« Jourailiit U- iiBfd delation; 'tut m the ailchtrg.ofthUdutf b»j»Mt»ot«»#«ttoliltdliii rMdperfetUir free from the invnof tloiewlioij, interfiled' is Brtrtufiogitke jBfcu of truth fts* ootafcoBt W md diui. fitin( their puwer.' Oor readers will sea oyr*u article ini our last page, some remarks from the Australian respecting Viitry-in& iftiu charges. N*-w, the evident justice oil these remarks, arnHhe immense import ance of these subjects, tfemabds them to be treated separately, add jve much fear that we are unable to treat this matter I ?with all the care, attention, and respect which it really deserves ; but if We fail we may perhaps be the cause of inciting I .Gome abler p»n to take Up thivtnost im- 1 portunt subject, and lay it in such plain, and clear 'term's before- sis Honour \\n' Chief Jus;tice,aud the Public at large, Us will cause some great reductions in the : present enormous .e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

ERRATA :— Jn the Amount' -tf The Subscriptions ? -to the-Lannwston Race*, advertised in our -first , page, for jSTBty-par'sJiiibseripUon, read roOR' guinea* inftqad'of three j and for Corn-! wall Hotel) read Launcbston Hotel.']

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

lm.- That the treat obi«ct .?nfMiw-OuS, »?' ihf keening -^np «oed- fallow**!** vamon* eine a» far m BiBy to' ,|JOMlb|e. .-hw aUllMlC 2nd ..ltwe»'Bio»«J * d a.ianirop 'fMK^' J»__. ? _!b.adi-« i«f«i.-i in he tII!JHtnai«'i Ce3rd'i-Th»it ? thf 'O)«hid» :»«l ii,fcftu»w«to' I !the 90th *f «b.i.taM,wrJ»- i^r^WH ?'.' : ? - M»i«S HILL, Janr. i ' ., ' ??,'??? ',??,'.*?? ?. i . ' Cha}rmaii,l JOHN S^RONT, ^ _nnw» I GE '-0E SINCLAIR BRODIE, AU.AN MC DONAL6, WILLIAM M«LNP, ; Jil'HV FAWNES. lBUnf«ton, - ? .- ,-. i .1 ?Deer, 4ih, 1830. : . ' ... ran awd PIANO. Tf» hi» sold, a rerv fi«e-toned andj TAL PI^p-FOBTE, - by iirp»difood, colt j otsv^r.^ndw«hr.tori« Cestoo. ,,^ ? .' ? ? | ? ?' ' ? ' A BROWN HORS#3i white imrk. in the forehead, scar in the n^t Jbr?.|eB. - Any 'pftSon hr!i.?inH rt- same to ^r. MoK^b Souerville or Mr. Robert Linnnre^ton, »-*,» I N«yen'*-49th, 18S0. ^^ __ A RE#*i3CTAtyte. India h*!'^ Jg-I 4»ll8t«r»nd ttrewcr. «ould be ^Wt^/M ,««i- «ltb ^T gentleman. to iaperirtend«n EsuWiKhmw.i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

guhsisiiibers .tb.vtlie.iii.»bjic*«*«w jA/«r/#tfr ari4 I respectfully informed, that all pefsoWil .wiUitefehhriitedRfiwsfbk -Vim ??*-(- 't(lilM exJjtortion.df--:«JB,1B«6rfpf!z'qvs«rter; .*W that HH^iptitwj** disbonUnuecinust.liPiC,!! compaiwfd wl«h *H» iheiuwwrs, .or^n papet.wiUt btt-jcent tuti ,dMK*4iifv-amn fuUfrqiiX -A, - .':.:? ? ; ' O' 'he QuarterDays are— Wfrtfember ?M»H,bD*-' ^^^st-knVch^^ftrid «o«*3»»i t ^respecliyfljr.*', ?':; ?? -.- ? .? ? .- . ; f he;ter^/ar^,A« iolloV^ftW^iTi'^ ; J in,a^aoce;ri08.;;lfjmi-i,at the end of the isiSd. per fuie.; ttt.Nonsubspribers »».'[» ^bpye^t,nu«Kerr . ,1 u. ': ?..??? * LHn'rtsJiusolitet.A«lfei;Usem»mtsjlwaiab«; «?» tinttedrtwHl^ cbiftl*rtB*uWd,)«*c«pJ «»» number of inseriionii bre toiarlwd ikjw* i *rrun|pW-tlMly would baiouti oM«u- .»? confintaed.M ?? -..-i :: '-?!«- ' ?? .'? . ' , lil'idf ^fisfWpnts^frii^ »on4Bhicr|bpn *'« ?btjprt£ijfo75»-f^ thpy c4« , kpfe««y ^ . br«d 10,i iVs, RiCia,, ff-*1^' ^'VlM. ^t IWolu.,- p.-Hifc.iSrf IO..-R'1'4...

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AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR A GROCER'S SHOP-WINDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

\S A'DVERTISEMBVT FOR *1 GROCffR'S SUOP-tVINDOW. Behind my counter «ee iae stand, To strve iny goods with cheerful ha#d ; Ai.d bv just weight, aurl balance true, ? My customers receive theSr^ucf '?' ' .The articles I have to sell,1 'Vb those Who wish to know I'll tell', . INoW nrstoi ail rdl.sjieaii pi ica, Tnutfe from adulteration free ^ A (lavour'd beverage much ipUSCi -? - And sold by me witliout abuse ; :, fine Coffee toe in essence strong, Wiili no burnt peas or heaps among. Of Clioc'late;al6o I Will speak To nourish, aM relfcesh^h^, weak ;, My Butter ^'ty^btTfJJ.to mcntioji, , ' , That justly merits yb.ur, attention.,,.'. , ' ,N' Ellin, and salt, fresh top, and Dutch, I of their goodness couM say mu.cn/: , . ' But must proceed of Cheese'tb tell ' Tiiat I your palates can suit ^ell, ' Witn Dutch, and Gloucester; Ihitk-, and thin, Since I have laid a good stock In :-, ' : Good Sugars' tod, are sold by me» I ? ' Some lit for wines; Mid bom&ftr tea, ForcakeB, and puddings ...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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EARLY RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

EARLY RTXmifiCTIONS. ; ? - (9-'«4 &lli-)Y! ,. Who hath not felt, when ypars.tfi'V4 .°'er njs hpa-J» A- dWsbiyflie summer haii'Ms'ttbr-m hath shed, His 1h*art turn baek with longing Jiii|f 'ring. Eas&_ T?- If k\ youhi%^Hi%-tbc!SWW-6dIB*avP!? *W Who does not own his ioul'sb^stJee-ll«B%ris)B A^wly sc^eiagauisa^uteJiUeyes! Door. 2u-L; 1830.

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FROM THE TIMES OF 12TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

FROM THE TIM EN' OF 12th JON*.' Wr. Hume taid -a cdtatniiBioa .- hid bten ?ppeiiitcd'some 1im«' bro to inquire int« our colonial establishments.1' 'He wished «o know! wi.at tlmt commission ltad ^don* f : He. huit! boon iwaiting some time for ilk report, but i- had net y«' inaile i'fe a'ppearenoe; Ih .Ihe rolfrtiv of Apw SnilliuWalcS theYe was aiilBoi.f cut matter for its observation* A Mi:. M'iiday; n-86 spnt'oot^s-S^rr^tliry io thn GoverataMil, with b «a4.ary of *$OO(»~«i salaiy i extravagant cnoupji mall conscience for -o piUry a G»lony ,. an-1 y-t Mr. M'lpay )w«8f m* cientMit ; with'j thhl sum, iiutwntt tiave & jopHraniruationof i*T50,O()Q a y^i-M* (A-lM^ti)- He «Bfei;ed. paidon -of ^750 ? -fi-atf**--*t)-vicfi ,r«-Htnei\ w Ettfaiii. He plat iitJto'.'tlib.ctfnitoiUew,' whfth* r sutb ? tli»l)OrBiHin»'iit of i the ppblid, mouoy vr^s at all' justifiable ? :;(b-r4%ea« pro crtrtirftd complain of the arbitrary manner in which- ?8'i .n-'m.. .,-? ?? regulated -all* m tltTK in New....

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
JURY TRIALS. SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 6 December 1830

;.; J.UIUfj,tRiAI.S.',.. , -From the kuttmlian. ? Sbpubkk, Court— Civil, Smt,, Ttte^d^^M^-^po^fiiiUNSF^Wtr-B^f. he, comaisn^ury, of^he.^w^day,: thU was, in.iacAie.il brpmSr,ip.,T«BO»flf- comuenirtipi^.jn., U«l»gW|^rW«e4w|d lijipUp, Oj^cjh»ta^'; if ihe. olaintiit ^oubUtheid in the Svdoe. v Gair ?tte -,6f ffoh jruiie Jasjt,. jwrpajf'?* fr?*lW**i netfts, of counsel on , erldpficei.glwn.byj thfe -||ioti/F,pnlA -trial, for a certain ?.^h.^r act'ion. V, |lbflitrie4 ,laBt. term, ,%|p f ^Mkf «&#. , — plea^he.ienera^ilsqe janA.,tio%e _?£, am$fo, S«t|OT.J||r. ffirstes;«b}^)«| thexasfi V^he^atnt-, iffand^lle4,wlto^sjeMMaWPrt.«ffl«B'fiB*f(-n.' nil theimpatBtioniifpn^yea^y^hp fjn$liiUfL mBtter in {question, whifih pi) .U^^obw',0?^ ^ral.jrespe^ablci^w^qyssw went ^o JnTe^. that the plaintiff wavered JD|hja testimony. wjlA, -f» improper deiign to r'tp^fM :thtl frftn. Bfl Cardell addressed th^ jury rfp|ttl-& defendant t ico^sjde^ablielejjgtb^and jMr,' justice D«w- ng, having dimmed u...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIP NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 13 December 1830

iSIt ARRIVED) On the 3rd,— Tha ship Persian, Capt. Plun kett, in ballast, to load for E'K»aiid. passengers —Mrs. Plunkett, James Muddle, Esq., Mr. P. Jacob. Solomon Wickham. On Wa4fefth,^The, br£ RESOURCE, «he uiidermSitionea canjo, shipped at London, eo lihds. beert-jgipe Portugal red wine, 60 Bhds. porter, 2 twleirfUfien* 1 bate bags, 1 bale twine and needles; 17 fetes confectionery, 1 case cheese, 7 casks viiingar, 20 jugs paint oil, 10 tins turpen tine, 40 kegs colors, 1 case' varnish, 2 kegs nails, 3 casks ironmongery, 3 cases and 15 bundles do., 1 anvil, 1 bundle stiel, 4 bundles tire irons, 1 ton of iron, 1 case of muskets, 1 firkin of ?hot, 1 case seeds, 1 barrel gunpowder, 9 cases cottons, 1 case boots, 1 easo toys, I cask marbles, 1 do. wrought iron, 8 do. of do. and cart do., 1 case plated ware, I do. harness, 1 do. wrought iron, 1 cask cart iron, 2 bundles scale boards, 20 hall'-cwt iron weights, 3 cases of muskets and wrought iron, 3 iron chests, 2 bundles wrought iron,...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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