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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

I Original Correspondence. the'Society fbrtlie protection o/' trade, that tbeïnsoivent liaw wo'uld'be suffered to«>cpire without renewal/.wîll'you'àllow nie through your1 Paper to enquire, where this-communication was made by; Mr. p£ELy and Who', and what this Society is-. who are its Chairman,'Secretary; or other Oflicers; and where its meetings are held, as'Ileft England in SepUmber last.'and until I landed in this Colony, I never heard ór'saw'ány ïlilng' vofthe's'ubject.nor'dô I beliëvé' that 3fr. PEEL ever said any »'thing ofthe sort, as I hnppen toknow;|hât'MV: PEEl.'iias ¡uniformly expressed very dillerení^s'ehliiriéñüi,' having-qi'icu liad the honor of frequent communication willi him when; the . County Court Bill was ? in,agitation, as I was then one of a Committee 'or 'Deputation1 appointed 'by 'persons interested ia the subjeoti-Your humblo servant/ "? '* ". ;;''t.:'|^.' ' vi" ???:,.: .'I.-''.. -Jfi» ? -?..-..-:;.??.! -?;' -y' -?'.?''; ;';V_!pijOERE. ? [We publish' Quer...

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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Lord Byron's Latest Verses. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

Lord Byron's Latest Verses. 'Tis time this heart should be unmoved, Since others it hath ceased to move , Yet though I cannot be hdoted, , Still let me lo\e. , Mv davs are in the yellow leaf, t The flowers and flints of love arc gone, f The worm, the canker, and the gnet, Are mine alone. , The fire that on my bosom prtj» fs like to some volcanic isle, j Nu torch is kindled at its blazo - , A fuiuir.il pile. -?

Publication Title: Colonial Times
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The Colonies--West India Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

The Colonies-West India Interest» On the 25th of June, a grand Dinner was given to the Mar quia of Chandos, by the West India Propiietors, on his being chosen their Chairman. Many of the Ministers weie present, Sir 6. Murray made the following remai ks -" He had nei ei heard of a country becoming great by cómmeice without having extensive foreign possessions, or having foi tried exten sive colonies. If extension of teintory and security of pos session could reflect power on the mother country, it might then n«&m reach and contribute to spread her fame and con Arra her power in distant parts ot the'world. T^he power wielded by Great Britain was greatly owing to her colonies He was fully sensible, therefore, of the iitipoitauce of the tiust reposed in lum when placed at the head of the colonial de partaient of so great a commercial state as this counlrj. in that situation he should fee' it Ins duty to exert his abilities la the utmost to strengthen the union that ought at all ...

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Doctrine of Libel [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

; Upctrine of Libel. (The absurdity of the assumption on which prosections for . hbel are grounded could cot in so few words be more efficient W tbMAtn llie f0"0W,n8 Pa8Sa8e» wl»°h we copy from SHARPE S new Magazine._ x i * "«. It rests ujipii'a must ri«ficu:îôui fiction, which itstlf is a l.hnl upon ciVilneil society. You must n* ! "n II *» . rece.vei ol stolen guilds. becanZu?Z. ",i..,k^,S.° omon.g " respectable penan to such a degreC. L i«,S!.ía." 7'W *??* that he ma, co-lie and theale yÄead? wélU and.lPhed"« have not we a remedy acainsL Him »,,, ... a i Hearts, nit Plead I., Vnl^JonTe%Zu &ha^A'd?Ähe case now occupy ina public uttehum, n. lakeihe InmctpersoWiÄl^ .??a pienu III jiisuneaiion tnc,in»ult he has received t Take the case now occupying public uttehtion. Dues any one believe that it is (leeeiMiy .tor i>ir Janies Sc-i. n .~ ..-* >--'»-. authority, l¿ptr|l lie had no i would u'lilko/iw'tt,lo the office indict persortU¡,iiyhislll¡ieiiCjin J houiWe to eï>iji...

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Passing Rivers on Foot. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

" ," Passine Rivers on Foot* M Challes de Mnyerfy Hnnganàn, bcfnie celebrated foi manyungemous inventions, has brought lo per lee lion an ap paratus, by means of whièli the most rapid riveismay be paiseri on foot. In March, 1SS8, M Majerfy, in Hie presence of a vast concourse of spectators, made ah efToi t to errts the Danube,/ neal the Laueiipital of Pest li. Provided willi boots of tin, the legs of which were furnished Ht the top vi itli a sort oftable, he traversed the river in an oblique dneciion, in peri feet safety, tailing a line ot 1.00U yards in length. He amused the spectator« with various feAu during this singular piome uad«i

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To the Editor of the Colonial Times. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

To the Editor of the Colonial'Times. SIR,-I beg leave tosend you the following methods of treatment in cases of suspension of lile by drowning_;lt you think that the making it more generally known in this Island, (where acccidents on the river not unfre(quently occur) you may, perliaps, insert it in your Paper. AN ABECEDARIAN. Methods of "Treatment*far Recovering-,Pet sons apparently Drowned, or Dead, ' recommended by fha Boyal, Humane Society! \ " ' » * h CAUTIONS.-1st. Lose no time;_2. Avoid all rough usage. -;?., Never bold the body up by the feet.'-4. Nor roll the body on casks-5. Nor rub tne>body with salt or spirits. 6. Nor inject tobacco, or infusion of tobacco. Restorative means-(if apparently drowned) send quickly for medical assistance ; but do not delay the following means :- 5 > ^ I.-Convey the bddy carefully, with the head and shoulders supported,in a raised position, to the nearest house. II.-Strip the body, and rub it dry; then wrap it in hot blankets, and place...

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Elephant Hunting. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

. Elephant Hunting. Extract of a letter from a medical officer, dated Hamban totti, island of Ceylon.1 "'I have just returned from beholding a sight, which, even in this 'country! is of rare occunence, vu. an elephant hunt, conducted under the ordeis of govern- ment. A minute description (though well worth perUsal), would be far too long for a letter, I shall therefore only give you what is usually called a faint idea.-Imagine 2,000 or 3,000 men surrounding J, tract of couulry six or eight miles in circumference, each ona armed with different combustibles and mov ing fires ; iu the midst suppose 300 elephants, being dnv cu towards the centre by the gradual and regular ap- proach of these fires , till al last they are confined within a circle of about two miles ; they are then driven by the sanie means iuto a space made by the erection of immense logs of ebony, and other strong wood, bound together by cane, and [ of the shape (in miniature) of the longitudinal section of a I funnel, ...

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To our Launceston Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

To our Launceston Subscribers Those'persons, residing' at or »ear Launceston, who stand in- debted io the Publisher of !'". Colonial Times, far News- papers, are respectfully informed, thal Mr. SIMEON LOUD, of Launceston ; has, at .the solicitation of the. Publisher, ' kindly Undertaken the trouble of receiving his Subscriptions, if they be forwarded to him. It is therefore requested that those persons, who, stand indebted for the Colonial Times, y will he,'pleased to pay the amount of their respective Debts to AirvLoRi), who is furnished with a list thereof.

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Vessels expected from England. With'Merchundize and Passengers. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

Vessels expected from England* With'Merchtitidtze and Passengers. ' > Richard «. John, 100, Watson. } Expoiter, Adams,-, fraucklui. Isabella, -, Bucket. lena Mar),-, Hartley. Hunter,-. Fnicrpi'se,-.' Watson. Saucy J.ic(., ICO,,¡Kent. Pi le,! l'uictnr, 500¡ Terry. Mai y Ann, 480, Matthews. ioho Puiidei,-. > Han e), 280, .-. ; i S)dm.) Pucket, 145,-. h'-vplian, Lilbmne. Nanc\, Prire. Miusliel 358, Alkcoll William Cle\eland,487, - Wai wick, -, ----. Eli/a,-, Leary. ' Ann, Hitthav n\ 280 tons. V Holme, 400, Kewsni). ' Onie Hacket, --, Dixon. ?Kli/abtth, 'irl-i. Sunn Hooghl) , I(i5. lleet es. Adi ian, 40(1, T.ipoe,. truA Pt hourn s. bophta -, Elieiy, mule. J Larkins *00| CiimpbelJ Vicioim, 345, Smith, iliuo. s I.ime4 Pattison, 511, GH j Hilen. i Ti/iimph. ' > J VdmiiulCotUiurn.MO.tlenlcy J HioitCtor. 13d, 'I lumias. X U'jllmm Goring. X Glimme, 500, Geary. I Bee, 15b, Wishart. , j Wanstead, 440, Pi tend. . i Henry Wellesley,400( Church I {(Boinia, 270, Howey. J Boddington«, 4*10....

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The useful Animal, the Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

The useful Animal, the Sheen.   Extract from the Monthly Magazine, for July 1792, respect-   ing the History of Wool, and the nature of the Woolen Ma- nufactories, as connected with it, by a Wiltshire Clothier "Amongst the various animals with which Divine Provi-   dence has stored the world for the use of man, none, is to be found more innocent, more valuable, or more useful than the sheep. The sheep supplies us with food and clothing and finds ample employment for our poor, at all times and seasons of the year, whereby a variety of manufactures of woollen cloth is carried on without interruption to domestic comfort, and loss to friendly society, or injury to health, as is the case with many other occupations 'Every loek of wool that grows ( on ils back becomes the means of support to Staplers, Dyers, , Picker*, Scourers, Scribblers, Carden, Combers, Spmnth, K Spoolers, Warpers, Queelers, Weavers, Fullers, Tutkers, Burlers, Shearmen, Preisen, ...

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Lrgal Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

, . ".'."^"^^"^y*^ ( Il t ILegal Opinion- " " ' ' " ( It is not in this Colony only, that a different legaj. jcon- t struction is put by diffeient pel sons uoon the meaning of li e sime clause, as may be seen bv the following e\tract fioin an English p iper V* fiat a pity it is- that people do not ox press themselves with less ambi0uity - -" VICE. CHANCELLOR'S COUltT.-rJUDGUENT OLDMAN V. HEWITT. HIS Honour gave judgment in this ease, the question in which rel ited to the le^al construction of the will of a gentle - inan nairnd Watson, 'ihe teslilor, attei giving several sunib io oharitible institution», made the tollowitig bequest -' I give to my denily beloved wife ¿1,200 a year for her life, und mv house and furniture , and after hei de th, to my friend Snmuel Slater, and his hens for ever " ' Thl Counsel foi the plaintiff (who is the next of kin), con- tended Ihit the meaning of the testator was only to give the house and furniture to Slater, and not the £1,200 A year. His Honour...

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

Strayed Cattle. STRAYED into my Herd, at the Cross Marsh, the following Horned Cattle :- ' i 1.-A little Black Cow, about 3 years old,' white mottled belly, and long horns-no calf. < . ' ' K.-A Brown Poland Yearling Heifer, branded J. B.on the near hip. '? \, ' 3.-A Black Steer ; no brand-mark-supposed to be the property of Mr- James Austin. ' 4.-'A Red and White Cow and Calf, branded W. W. on the near thigh, with a Yearling Magpie Heifer Calf, of the same breed-the property of Captain W. Wilson. ' 5.-A Dark-brown Cow and Calf, branded T. R. on the near rump-said to be the property of Mrs. Ransom. 6.-A Black Yearling Bull, no brand-said to be belong- ing to Mr. philip Pitt or one Samuel Bruce. ' 7.-A large White Poland Cow, branded G. K. on the near j, rump-supposed tot be the property of Mr. George Kemp. 8.-A White Yearling Steer, recently out, branded J. P. on the near rump, short thick horns. > - * » 9.-A Black Heifer, white belly, H. J. on the off rump, and a piece...

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Sydney Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

Sydney Extracts* Admiral FLEMING, whose private[letter's re« ceivedbytbe Surry, represent a|'being appointed to super- sede His Excellency Lieutenant 'General DARLING, in tne Government of New South Wales, is the Honourable Charles Elphinstone Fleming, who' comniandeU the Bulwara, 7*4 when she wa» theVshdw-ship* of tlie fleets with consideraba eclat.' Captain1 the Honourable ¡C.rE.] Fleming 'distinguished himself very gallantly during the war, >and' we understand -is on the whole a noble fellow. The ¡Admiral must now'be'ou the wrong side of fifty. His family estate in Dumbartonshire we think, borders upon Sir GEORGE MURRAY'S,, at Arcbte rurtjer, in the county of Perth- If report,speak him true, Admiral,Fleming Would appear to be the sort of man, for New South Wales as a Governor. , " , , A Literary and Scientific! Society, Patron the Lieutenant Governor, was on the eve of being formed at Hobart Town, in 'addition to other highly useful and praise worthy institutions which have be...

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CAPTURE OF ADRIANOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

CAPTURE OF ADRIANOPLE. I By the French Papers of Tuesday, received this morning (Sept. lo) by Express, it will be seen that the Russians enter- ed Adrianople on the morning of'the 20th August, This fact will put to rest .the misgiving of the doubtful. The following are extracts \- ;; . ' ' , , . (Prom the Messager des Chambres.-Second Edition.) PARIS, SEPT. 8, NOOK. (Extract from the Augshurgh Gazette, Sept. H.) " ' We have just received by express the following news : " * MHNISH, «KPT. 2, 8 P. M. " ' The Russian Legation in this city han just received from . the Russian head-quarters, uiuler the head of Sill (2ül!i; Aummt, the news'of the entrance of General Dieliitsch nun Adriano- ple. The Mahpmetan population lias placed itself under the protection of Uie llussinn army, and not left the city. " ' This important news is con firmed by the following letter from General Count Diebitsch to M. de Tmischelf, Russian Am- bassador at Vienna, which was received at the office of the Allgeme...

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Insolvent Law. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

. .,, in^oiwyCÄ^f >íffv,:| 'l.iíi>^ you, .coósid ^awy rej -Celou/Í''??' . '"' '-"'." '' .IWJÍ'Í . ¿,_In wbat particular resjMct«^^^..^.«^«^^^!, do «oa think that such a LaW Would be beneficial, or injurious io 'tbisCoIony? .'..,.'...':,,' j.-On what reasons in particular is your opinion founded ; .'¿ddoyoùin'wïy degree fbuntfitou circumstances;"pecuiiarto Represent state and condHion <if tlie Colony ?.?','.?,;'.;,".,'^..,' V .4'jilTf¿uch1 a1 La«v contained prpvisibns^fordeclaring, an ini - lolvency, n'o't'onlyiat' the'instance'of thé débtpr.'but of à.ore ditor (for trie' purpose of obtainiilg an equal distribution of the debtorseffects), would it'upon the! whole, be in your opinion ben^ciàloroth'eryVis'ef ' ..' .. .".,",/ ¿¡.-¿Ifáo Insolvent Law,were in.other respects'not particuj. , lirly open to objection, Would it in your opinión become ;so, by a provision fbat not only the person of the debtor, but his after acquired property should be discharged, provided the m...

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Captain Helsham. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

Captain Helshara. It will doubtless be in the recollection of our readers, thal in lue mouth ot Apiti lu»t a duel was tungin on the bands at lion logue, between Captain Geuigc HeMi.mi, ot the Kilkenny Militia, and Lieutenant Jose (iii Cmwtiiert -of the Royals, uid whieh proved ratal to the luttei, who tell dead at the but dis- charge ni Insadveisary's pistol. Hie attair originated III Captain Heysham'« having publicly, at Boulogne, blanded Lieutenant Ciowllier is a covlard, tor linville, eight jeuis previously, ijuielly submitted to be caned by a gentleman who nueiceplcd Jinn in his elopement tiom Cheltenham willi a >outig lady, Lieutenant Crowtlier offeied an explanation, and piocured evidence, tor the purpose ot showing that he had in vam sought the reparation due ti oui one gentleman to another horn Hie )HIM>II alluded, to Captain ({elsham either eouecived, or articled to conceive, the evi dtfuee inconclusive, and letused to retiacl lus chai ge. Hie result was the hostile »...

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Printing Press in Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

..'.'. '" .' PrintinKiPresisinHervot, -':. . TlieenUghteiicii Ali'Pacha of Egypt";'itó-lioy.at'wprlc'.iñ'hi.s . capital jan . 'extensiva printing v pil-s'sj, for ' which 'aii' iiif pro ved Arabic.type has lately 'bc'en;cut. 'iwilh thi$'ípi-'éssráíi the'il«-' tails which tend lo iljustrate'the'system'borrowed'by'À li-from Europeans, are freely and widely díssemliíatéd'ihrough his. Army and Navy. lu aid -of-his military views, works have been printed for the instruction .of il|e, troops, their conduct ii» war, and for thc>eRÜ|ation-«fcllieMnfanÍryí A work in prune of .war.Jias,also( nppear.ed (this ¡ j\ear..fromlibe same pressa The. l^iciia''l/ias,hV^wii;e.órilered.>ilie' piiblicaiiQn.ofworksoii.'-sciert?, tille' áhd";cóm.inerciál''siibje'cts''*;Se'véVai, booti» y on G¿»metry, i Astronomy, S"utóeryv;riiidiGrammár;i,líav,e'i,1madé tlieir'ápj>ear. ance'at Cairo within the last fe\v:moiUlis.í'.TIie great work of Malcrizj» illustrative of..the"histpry and'statistic^.ofjtfie .conn...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

RATEST BNGI.XSB NEWS. ' iii -H'IS'ÍMAJESTY was> enjoying good health. ' '^-Thé Marquisu'ofî'Co'N'YNGHA'M is< thb new jWOrorno/of Windsor ' Castle! in, 'the room'of Lord HAR ,3.lr!p!Ç)°,R^''^Ù(R^AV G.C. frwa* no Wiflate^d .Governor of Fort George, v^ce Sir DAVID BAIRD, (l4e,cease4.Jt , ,,-, « j ...... ? . . HU,, The new Lord,Mayor of London, is Mr. Al iderraan CROWDER. V" . -- 1 i, '. "The'new London Bridge, it was expected, would require only a few months to finish. ' ' The interest of'the national debt has'been' 'calcujatdd'dt'one pound^ five shillings, and four-ponce per second. ' ' ' t\' ' ' I 'Sir;WILLIAM; GRANT, ,^as had.a paralytic attack, at his residence, ,near Wanstead. The side and fare are^ffected-but there is no immediate danger. Hi* health has bijeii. for some time dçqlmwg, e , Sir C. BECKWITH has, ,gone out, as Com- mander-in-chief of the Bombay Army, with his Lady,)m the ship Elphinstone^ Mr. CAVENDISH, M. P. for Cambridge University, led to the altar on...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

^ S22XP ä@£ If SWS. ~S\.t. «-Arrived the sloop Margaret, Mr. John Pringle, iiii&ler, with a. cargool sundi íes, liom Launceston. JAN. 24.-Ariived the bug Caioline, Cipt. James Smith ; w.is cumpcllt d to tctnrn tiom llie Wliale Fisher), being otu ut . }n»visions She has brought about 100 Ion» ni speim oil. i \\. a'i.-Sailed llie ship JP) ¡nee Regent, Chin les Mallard, It. N. Commander, with a lull caiL.o oi Colonial p oduce, con MStuiL. ol 9) lui! i s of wt ni, 677 casks of whale oil, 694 bundles tvhiUeljt»";, 24 lons bulk, and 3-boxes.,»mural production», Mapped hy Mttsrs. Kemp 'At Co., *1. 0. Uiide'i wood, William }iaiislt-i, Climie«^ Mallard, William Wills, and'-Tien linlm ; 02 logs cedar, 4 tilids. seal skins, »hipped at Sj dney. Passengers, Lieut. Lowe, 40th Regt., Mrs. Lowe, infant, and servant, 33 non-commissioned officers and Privates, 9 women,   and 22 children, invalids; Lieut. Travers, Royal Veteran Corps, Mrs. Von Bibra, and 5 children, Joseph Fonden,...

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COLONIAL TIMES HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 29, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times — 29 January 1830

HOBART TOWN: JANUARY 29, 14330. Lei it beimprejij-ed upon your mindi), let it'b'e'instilled inlo.yoor childien, ihai,ilie Liberty ol' the Press is llie, Palladium-'of .all your Civil,'Political', and Réunions Rights. '' Junius. We wore mis-infoimed when we stated ¡u our Jost lhat tlio Legislative Council was to re-assem lile on the 1st Februar}, as it stands adjourned to the 1st March, when the remainder of the business fur the present Session is to be completed. There are, in the mean while Committees sitting, upon one or two- important'measures likely to be brought' before it, in order that they may be so framed as io create little delay afterwards-and among iheni is a proposed bill for the relief of Insolvents. The Committee, who, have this sub- ject in hand, consists entirely of Members of the Legislative Council, with the exception of the So- licitor-General, and by the plan they have adopted, that of addressing circulars to certain individuals, likely to be able to give opinio...

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