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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

For J London _>irect. THE fine ltiver-bnilt Ship LADY ____ HAREWOOD, Captain' LítoN,s!havio,g,rWuri¡ed ^Unking in'her Wai weight'at We Huon'Uiver, is now tetdy to leceive'Wbol or otÜer Produce'for London; for which place she'will sail' the 'firsíWeek in 'January«-'T"0* the accommodation of Settlers in the interior, CapVain'liJMON wllh4fí«J)is longboat, BtationedatiCompton Ferry! /or> the «arpóse of conveying Wool »na other Produce intended to be shipped in the Lady Harewood, to Hobart Town. , i This Vessel has superior Accommodation for Passenge», and carries a Surgeon.-For Freight or Passage apply to ! W. WILSON, or JOHN KERR;-Agent« Hobart Town, Dec» 3, 1829._ " *~*~" l'or London ¿Directa \ THE Honourable Hudson's BayCöm _pany's Ship GANYMEDE, LEONARD JOHN ÏIAVT, Commander, having put into this Port for Refresh- ments only, will sail direct for England in a few Dam , Has excellent accommodation for Passengers, and carries sa experienced Surgeon.-Applications to be made to th...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passsengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

Vessels expected from .England. < j ,. - ' If'ita Merchandise anil Pasttngrrs. ; Diehard & John, 19», Watson. } Adrian, 400, Tapper. Adams,-, Fnnckltn Isabella,-, Bticket. Tei»a Murj,-, Hartley Hunter, Enterprise,-. Watson. Saucy Jack, 1«9, Kent Peter Proctor, 566", Terry Jtfaiy Ann, 480, Matthews. John Peddei,-. llaivey, ¿80, --. t>\dnev Parke!, 145, >.*sPliaii, Ulburne. \ancv, Prn e. Minstrel 358, Ark coll "William Cleveland, 1ST, - Warwick,-.-. Eliza,-, LIÎAI>. Ann, Hathaw ay 280 tons. Comillie, 400, Fewslm Cipe Packtt,-, Dixon. Millinm, 3b0, Young. CapePacklt - 1 h/ili«lh, 221 Swan Hoofchfy, 465, Hee\es. } Exporter. Î Mien. Í Irmnipb. } YdmnalCockburn 350,Henley s Protector, 380, 1 liornas. z William Comic $ Gilmore, 500 Gear}. s Ure, 150, Wishart. i Wanstead, 440, tnrnd. J Henrj WeJIeslej ,400, Church J Bolina, wo Howe}. « Boddinctuiis 410 } Nancv, 400V Worsley \ Marquis ni Anglest}, Steward s A mick, 500, jeffrey. . Shamrock, 148, Jobson J Lad) Blac...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Colonial Vessels. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

Colonial Vessels The following is a list of the vessels belonging to Van Die-   men's Land, taken from our Tasmanian Pocket Almanack ; Belonging to the Port of Hobart Town.     Australian, schooner, 27 tons, James Kelly, owner ; Re-   covery, sloop, 25 tons, William Maycock ; Hunter, schooner, 62 tons, F. Champion and A. Charlton; Fanny, cutter, 27 tons, Van Diemen's Land Company ; Waterloo,- schooner, 81 tons; John Bell ; Sarah Ann, schooner, 23 tons, John Lord ;   Contest, schooner, 39 tons, Thomas Lucas ; Elizabeth Hen- rietta, sloop; 39tons, James Innes ; Marquis of Lansdown, ship, 209 tons, W. A. Bethune ; Dragon, brig, 134 tons, Daniel Taylor ; Black Swan, schooner, 40 tons, George Meredith ; Industry, cutter 38 tons, Walford and Young ; Margaret, sloop, 20 tons. William Currie; and Hetty, schooner, 105 tons, James Kelly. Belonging to the Port of Launceston. Governor Arthur, sloop, 42 tons, J.H. Reibey, owner ; R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

T5^£AWMËNT If OTICES. HjS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor is pleased to direct that the following notice of the gene- ral objeots of A proposed Act, whieh is about to be laid before the Legislative Council, intituled,! '« An Aot tto regulate the Impounding af Animals, and other purposes i elating there- to'' be publisbedi for general information.1 ' The Lieutenant Governor may erect Public Pounds and ap ppint Pound-keepers, who ! shall be entitled to certain Fees and to Charges for food Supplied to the animals impounded. Notice to be given "to the owner of the animals, if known' and residing within a certain distance, and if not, by public advertisement. ' The amount of damages if disputed, to b» assessed by the nearest Justice, bnt damage for trespass on cultivated land not inclosed, jaot to be allowed. , The animals if not redeemed within a certain time, to be sold, the balance after payment of charges to' be paid to the Police Magistrate of the district, who is to pay it, if n...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

\ SHIP NEWS JAN. IO.--Arrived from a whaling voyage, dom New Zea. land, which »lie lett tlie 17th Dicetnbi r, the bar<|tie Clat enee, Owptaîii Jume«, liindsnv, with tibout 280 but reis ot sperm oil. Agent, W. M. On, Esq. JIN. 10.-Arnvtd tlie transport-ship 7»» incr Regent, 527 tons, Capl. George Knrstwick, willi 198 male piisaHirv She left loindim the 14th of September. Surgeon Superintendent/Dr. Jan 11.-Arrivedthe ship Chat...tons, Captain Williams....from London the 14th September with merchandise and 56 passengers; viz.-W. H Hammond,Esq.charterer of the vessel, with Mrs. Hammond, and two children; Mr. and Mrs     5Smith,)and-'one child ; Mi«* Knowle», ,Mrs. Wr»y,,aiid,.tw<> children : Mr. Hill, tMr. James Hall (a Printer), Mm Hall, and five children*; Mr. Stocker (brother of Mr. W. T. Stacker, the »Proprietor oT the Derwent Hotel) ; Mr. Elliston, Mr. E. -Elliston (who, it is said ure relations to the celebrated Trate« &lt...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 15, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

HOBART TOWN: ,, JANUARY 15, 1830., I-f i" tt'hé impreMird upon yoilr minds, let it b« instilled into yonr ' i-hildieii,' that the Liberty of the Press is'the Palluduiñi of .«II your Civil, Political, und Religinu* Rights. , Juniua. " We congratulate the Public upon the noble stand that has been successfully made by Mr. GELLIBRAND, towards obtaining for us the practical adoption of TRIAL BY JURY in Civil Issues; the particulars of which we have reported in another part of 'our Paper. Not- withstanding all the opposition made upon the occasion by Mr. Solicitor-General STEPHEN, who scrupfed not to tell the Court, that there was more " cant" than '* sincerity," in what W E said upon the subject in, our last week's paper, Mr. Gellibrand'« arguments were ir- resistible. The petulant shafts of Mr. Solici- tor-General Stephen's wit and ingenuity fell harmless, when met by the plain, solid po sitions, taken by |the truly popular Advocate, who espoused a similar view of the ques tiotivto.that...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Voyage round the World. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 15 January 1830

VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD Narrative of a voyage from England to Columbia River in the North West Pacific and subsequently around the world by Leonard John Hayne, Commander of the ship Gannymede, in the service of the honourable Hudson's Bay Company About the middle of the month of August, 1828, the com-   mand of the Gannymede was offered to me by her owner Richard Drew Esq, she being chartered for Columbia River by the honourable Hudson's Bayt company. It would be useless to detail every item that took place while taking in our cargo, stores, &c. I shall therefore, merely add, that having completed every thing necessary, for such a voyage, we left the London Dock on the 6th of September, and ar- rived at Gravesend on the 8th, and in the Downs on the 9th of the same month. We got under-weigh the next morning with the wind from the north-westward, in company with the Honorable Company's brig William and Ann, Capt. Swan, bound also to Columbia River, and with orders...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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To our Launceston Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

To our Launceston Subscribers. Those persons, residing at or near Launceston, who stand in- debted to the Publisher of th* Colonial Times, for News- papers, ara respectfully informed, that Mr. SIMEON LORD, of Launceston ; bas, at the solicitation of the Publisher, Jcindly undertaken the trouble of receiving his Subscriptions, if they be forwarded to bim. It is therefore requested that those persons, who stand indebted for the Cohntal Times, will be pleased to pay the amount of their respective Debts to Mr. LORD, who is furnished with a Hit theteof.

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Vessels expected from England. With Merchandize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

Vessels expected from England. - - - With Merchandize and Passenger*. I Richard SÍ John, 199, Watson. \ Exporter. Adams,-, Francklin. Isabella,-, Bucket. Tersa Mary,-, Hartley,' Hunter, --. Enterprise,-, Watson, Saucy Jack, 169, Kent. Peter Proctor, 566, Terry. Mary Ann, 480, Matthews. John Pedder, --. Harvey, 280, --. Sydney Packet, 145, --- Egyptian, Lilburne. Nancy, Price. Minstrel 358, Arkcoll William Cleveland, 187, - Warwick,-, --. Eliza, --, Leary. Ann, Hathaway, 580 tons. 'Caroline, 400, Few son. Cape Packet, -, Dixon. Elizabeth, 223, Swan. Hooghly, 405, Reeves. Adrian, 400, Tupper. i Ellen. I Triumph. i AdmiralCockburn,350,Henley J Protector, 380, Thomas. i William Goring. I Gilmore, 500, Geary. J Bee, 150, Wishart. > Wanstead, 440, Friend. Í Henry Wellesley,400, Church i Bolina, 270, Howey. } Boddinglons, 4<-,o. j Nancy, 400, Worsley. \ Marquis of Anglesey, Steward > Atwick, 50C, Jeffrey. S Warrior. 4Î8, Stone. I Shamrock, 148, Jobson. i Lady Blackwood, 25...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

.*T*Ms*-iW Itsl perlarirMim.ior-ÍOs.'per quarter, if P*'d *" íOÍVanfe/-8ulMcribers ¿niOie .Country, .launceston; and &yu r«>eX* »Pjmake their,remittances by .Post, or by some Agent m HobarVTowh.|-AU' orders .tt' discbritiiiue rou«, appfy to »«« ? end/of lue quarter, ¡ tmn?-- u< a IT r i'tii .... , ' J - ; / - ) '! - ji >C»l,i'"

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

To Correspondents. ?We are under the necessity of delaying the insertion of several valuable Communications, which use had intended should ap- pear this week. Our apology, tue are persuaded, will be found in the occupation of our columns this week by so un lookedfor an occasion. . . ~

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Impromptu. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

" ImDromDtu. ' ,J ' Some men, their money, more than their courage prize, Though saved by blows, and kicks, «nd blackened eyes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

Tor London Direct. THE fine River-built Ship LADY _^,_ HAREWOOD, Captain LIMON; having returned wm<-taking "» her dead weight at the t Huon «Wer, \a now ready to receive Wooli or other Produce for London ; for which place she will sail the firs«; Weelah) 'January.-For the accommodation of Settlers»» the Interior, Captain LIMON will hare Ins long boat stationed at Compton Ferry, for the parpóse of conveying Wool and other Produce intended to be shipped in the Lady Harewood, to Hobart Town. This Vessel has superior Accommodation Jor Passengers, and carries a Surgeon.-For Freight or Passage apply to' J W. WILSON, or JOHN KERR, Agents. Robart Town, Deo. 3, 1829. Com ____ . - - 'JOHN H^JNETCommaoder, having put into this Port for Refresh- ments only, will jail direct fur England in a few Days. Hasexcellerit accommodation for Passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon.-Applications to be made to the Commander, on board j or to _W. WILSON, Agent. For London Direct. ^ . " THE...

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

To the Editor of the Colonial Times. SIR,-Having been afforded an opportunity of perusing notes of evidence upon the late trial Kennedy v. Bent, I cannot help being struck with a statement, among those par porting to be of Mr. Cook's evidence, that he had purchased at the sale in character of Trustee.! I take it there must be some mistake in this, and that Mr. Cook could not have irí¡ tended to say so ; for, as a Trastee, he bad only to forbid the sale ; his baying brought the property no nearer to a disposal. But not only did Mr. Cook purchase for himself at the sale, and Mr. Kennedy insist upon it that be had so purchased, when I represented to Mr. K. the impossibility from Mr. Cook's being a Trustee, (upon the occasion of Mr. K.'s re- questing me August 10, to direct a delivery of tbe sheer; . bought by Mr. Cook at 15d. per head, and upon whioh occa-g sion I addressed tfcá letter-to the Trustees of August 10 ;) bull it was uot until noon ofthat day at the Sheriff's Office, that e...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

BIRTH.-On Wednesday the 6th inst., at sea, on board the   ship Chatham, Capt. Bragg, on the voyage from London to Hobart Town, 5 days before reaching the land, Mrs. Ham- mond, lady of J. M. Hammond, Esq., of a daughter. MARRIED-At New Norfolk, on Tuesday last, by Special Li- cense, by the Rev. H. R. Robinson, A.M., Frederick Steiglitz, Esq. to Mrs. Catherine McNally, of the Royal Oak Inn, Green Ponds.

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

SHIP NEWS     JAN. 18-Arrived the ship Busstnh Merchant, 530 tons,   Capt. G. Johnson, from London the 15th Sept. and the Downs the 6th of October, with 198 male prisoners, two having died during the voyage. The Guard consists ot Lieut. Hoggs, of the 6th Regiment, and 27 rank and file of different Regiments, with 5 women and 3 children, one private and one child hav-   ing died on the passage.-Surgeon Superintendent, W. Ander- son, Esq, R. N.-Passengers, R. Woods, Esq. Principal Su-   perintendent of Van Diemcn's Land, Mis. Woods, and     5 A children.         JAN. 21.-Arrived, from Manilla, Nov. 9, the ship Earl Morley, Captain T. W. Walford, 387 tons, with sugar and China goods.         Vessels remaining in the Harbour. Ships Prince Regent and Lady Harewood, loading for Lon- don ; Russorah...

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COLONIA TIMES HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 22, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 22, 1830. 'Lei it be improved upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, thul the Liberty of the Press is the Palladium of | ali your Civil, Political, and'Religious Rights. Junius. { SUCH IS THE PUBLIC IMPORTANCE OF THE   PRINCIPAL SUBJECT OF THIS DAY'S PUB- LICATION, THAT WE SEND A COPY TO EVERY EDITOR OF A NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, WHOSE ADDRESS WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO LEARN, UNDER THE HOPE THAT THE FACTS WE HAVE RE- CORDED MAY THUS FIND THEIR WAY TO EVERY DWELLING, FROM THE PALACE TO THE COTTAGE At a moment when the Mother Country is suffering from many causes, that materially af- fecting all classes of its inhabitants, have in- duced a more than ordinary attention to the - - subject of Emigration, when even Spital-fields' weavers, barbers' apprentices, men-milliners,, -^. and out of place footmen, vie with the i farm la- bourer, themechanic, and the merchant, in, their endeavours to reach one br other of the Utopian shores tha...

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LAW REPORTS. Supreme Court JAN. 1[?] AND 16, 1829. Before Chief Justice PEDDER, and Mr. BEAMONT, and Mr. BELL, Assessors. KENNEDY v. BENT. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 22 January 1830

LAW REPORTS. Supreme Court, JAN. 15 and 16,1829 Before Chief Justice PEDDER, and Mr. BEAMONT, and Mr.     BELL, Assessors.     KENNEDY v. BENT. This was an action for alleged libel, against the Proprietor, Printer and Publisher of the Coloníal Times, Mr. Andrew   Bent, arising out of the following circumstances .   In the month of August last, Mr Michael Kennedy, the plaintiff who had arrived in the Colony, as Clerk to Mr. McLeland, the late Attorney-General, had been some months acting Clerk in the Supreme Court, and, at the period of the cause of the alleged libel, had been recently appointed Under   Sheriff, in the room of Mr. John Hayes, in the performance     of his new duty, as Under Sheriff; proceeded to the Mac-   quarie Distrit, to sell under an execution, at the suit of Mr. R.L. Murray, against Mr.Wells, who had been declared   inso...

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Memoirs of the Hermit. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

í,v^emi>ir.s^Uie:SEe^inlta ¡ | , .>. In presenting the numerous readers of ypnr .valuable,paper Jsi,tJjU¡week wi»,h a continuation pt'Simon« notes, ¡limul prer 'f^theipre,se,nt sheet with an. apology fqr.lbe unexpected cause ,.;of royjr^i^aççj-; ppcasioned by severe indiapositien of, mind, , conveyed^'«tllr*Ugli> the ministry of acute feeling^ to the heart . by the desponding earea of a worthy neighbour, which nptbing _. but tbemelaiiolioly mood with which I am oppressed, could r " have"ninduce-d ;tbe choice of the following notes, selected from tt the,imposing labyrinths of many memorandums; and loose paper , rqlleqtioiis, now before me. i ' i , ., J( , < \ "",,, It seems, lhatSimon, sometime in the spring of last year, left-town on á¡«isit to a friend in the interior, purposing by ,casy rides on the exterior of his well known, pacer, to reach tlje,object ol' his intended join ney without much fatigue, bul the just apprehensions of an unguided-ride to a skeleton...

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Impromptu [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

Impromptu . Upon reading an At tick in one of the Hobart Town , ;, , tl Newspapers of last week.,,, , , ( » « H, We 'sometimes see, that men, wbo're not too nice,, >J lu,-i ..Vice, falsely call a Virtue-Virtue, Vice->." MU » i But, when, such terms are used, 'tis clearly shbwu, ?- .! T f_j Tbati in the Writer's mind, Vice Holds its throne, 'i" >í January 27, > 1830. , P. Q.

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