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Colonial Distillation. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

tiroloni&l distillation. [FROM A CORUESPONpJENT.]^ I enclose an extract from a'Scotch Paper, on'distillation, which will at once shew the benefit that may be effected from that ope- ration^ taking place in this country.' If the farmers v|ould grow more harley, and extend the cultivation of potatoes, instead bf so much wheat, they would certainly better their condition.' There can be little doubt but wheat will pay well at Rio, if a war takes place in Spain', as the Americans will send mq're of their surplus' grain to. Lisbon and the Spanish ports :~'" ' ""' ; ''¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ? \\ Friday week (August 1826), a meeting of heritors was held in ^he Courthouse here.? After disposing of some business' of no great public interest, a letter from the Collector of the Excise was hud before the meeting, soli- citing the co-operation of the heritors for the suppression of illicit distillation. "lu the course of a previous conversation iu the Court-, house on this baneful traffic, it clearly ...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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The Black Nati[?]es. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

The Black Natives. We have again to regret, that our pages are to be stained by a recital of the outrages com- mitted by the savage Aborigines. Yesterday week, a tribe, with BlackTom at their head, visited Mr. Romney's Stock-hut at Jericho, in which were three, of his servants - one, James Johnson, a free man, and two others. The natives came in a most friendly manner, lit and smoked their pipes, and talked with the utmost apparent good-will. Tom then   requested Johnson to accompany him, stating, that he had something to shew him. Johnson, deceived by the apparent cordiality of   their manner, consented, and both went put of the hut together. They had not got far, when Tom, suddenly turning round, began without the slightest provocation to beat Johnson most unmercifully, about the head and sides, with a waddy. His cries having reached the hut, the other two servants   precipitately retreated, leaving the hut and poor Johnson at the mercy of th...

Publication Title: Colonial Times And Tasmanian Advertiser
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Colonial Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

Colonial lUurnue. A Sydney Government order has recently been published at Sydney, embodying tl.i instructions from the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, with regard to the collection ' classification and disbursement of the Colo' nial Revenue of that place ; as we considpr it interesting and in many places good we have inserted an abstract, which we codv from the Australian. " By this Order, 1. The Collectors must make half monthly'payments.?2. The Collector must transmit his account, made up oncce a month, to the Auditor.?3. The Collectors must swear to the correctness of their re- turns. 4. The affidavit to be modified if neI cessary, to meet any unforseen circumstance" ?5. The Auditor to examine monthly acl counts, and report the result to his Excelency" ?6. The Colonial Secretary to furnish the Auditor with copies of all general re<ruia? tions. 7. Forms of statements prescribed to be attended to.?2.?The expenditure to he closed under three heads ordinary, extraord...

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Muster of the Guards for Por[?] tugal. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

iJHtwtcr of tfje {Smarty* for Hot* 1 his morning (Dec; 12) the 2d battalion of the 3d Regiment of Foot Guards, under the command bf Colonel Bowater, were mustered in the Bird-cageWalk, St. James's Pork, for,Kj;lie purpose of proceeding on their routfcsffor Portugal. The battalion will leave London to-njorjow morni'ng'at 5 o'clock, and'are expected to embark at Portsmouth on Ffiday 'next. The soldiers appeared in high' spirits oil the occasion, and 'the greatest enthusiasm prevailed amongst them. The 1st battalion of the 1st Regiment of Grenadiers, have alsso orders to hold them- selves, in readiness oil Friday morning, for the same destination. The.following Regiments have received orders for immediate embarkation for Por- tugal':? Qne Battalion G. renadier Guards. One Battalion Third Guards. ' Four Troops of 10th Hussars. Ditto ditto 12th Lancers. 4th Foot. ' ' ' .' '"'"¦/ 1st Battalion GOth Foot. 03d Foot/ ' Two Regiments and a detachment of Ar- tillery from Irelandj' under Sir G....

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[?]roclamation[?] BY THE GOVERNOR OF OPORTO. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

itjroclnwatioit, I? BY THE GOVERNOR OF OPORTO. Jr «' Portuguese!?'The traitorous.faction pf our refugees has dared to pass the frontier, and tb attack Braganza, where they met with a vigorous resistance. The perfidious emissaries of this faction, deluding the sim- ile people ofTrasos Montes with the name of thc Infant Don Miguel, have audacious- ly endeavoured to excite them to an insur- rection' against their legitimate King? against their country?against themselves ?rwhile, as you know, that Prince never authorised, them, as is proved by his so- lemn ..oath ¦ to the - charter and his Royal espousals, which were celebrated a short time ago at Vienna. The objects of the ?traitors are different; they endeavour to dispossess you of your rights and your pri- vileges, and, fomented by a secret hand, tiley attempt, perhaps without knowing it themselves, to strike you from the list of iree and independent nations, making you the laughing-stock of Europe. ?i Portuguese! They attempt, if th...

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[?]o Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

®o tforrc^oitijreuta. ^-Frank Fairplay," has been received ; and as we do not consider there is any foul play in Jonathan Oldenbuck, and Grizzle Wrihklecheek, we do not," on reflection, see the propriety" of inserting his article. k> Upon areperusal of" Anthony Clootenjiulce," we think his letter goes'too Tar'du the sb Ik ject he takes up. He is however a valuable Correspondent, and we hope'to hear further from him.' '?" ' '" ' ''"" ''¦.."' . J '¦.

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HOUSE OF COMMONS, DEC. 12. Debate on His Majesty's Message—War with Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

House,of Commons, Dec. 12. |1 Debate on His Majesty's Message?War with Spain. At five o'clock the Speaker called up- on Mr. Secretary Canning, who rose amid the most profound silence. He proceeded nearly to the following effect:? < , Sir,?In proposing to theHouse of Com- mons to acknowledge His Majesty's most gracious Message, and to reply to itinterius which will be the echo of the sentiments contained in it, in anticipations, Sir 0f that consent, I feel, however, confident m the justice of the claims about to be made on you and of .the request embodied in[the Message, that it becomes a British Minis- ter in bringing his country even tq an ap" proximation bf the hazards of warj to use the language of unfeigned regret. Noone Sir, can be more convinced than His Ma- jesty's Ministers, or more intimately feel the value and importance of peace to this country and to the world. I declare most solemnly that there is no question of doubt ?no question of present advantage?no ques...

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S[?] News. (per the Albion.) [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

SYDNEY NEWS,. (.per, the Albion.) .: Several bush-rangers..were at large, and spreading terror throughout the interior.-?'.' They Jiad bith.erto.eva.ded. the vigilant pursuit made after them. '''"..''" The Cumberland, Captain Carns, was ex- pected to sail for England direct, and will   not touch at the Derwent, as expected. "Mr. -Paul, the, auctioneer, after having re- alised au ample fortune in. four years in N,ew. Sqiitli Wales, intends to. return to/Europe." "' A. new Government'house is to be forthwith erected at Sydney, under the superintendence ot Mr. Greenway, as architect. The plan of the building is the work of Mrs. Darling, the Governor's Lady. It is understood that it will cost the Government £.30.000. Captain Wilson, of the ship Australia, died early in March, at Sydney.v The sudden rise'in the price of wheat-at Sydney, 'was ow.irig to the 'taifure of the maiz,e crop,and the to.tklw'arif ot' vegetables. Derwent potatoes will fetch 20s. per cwt.

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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

&titi0$ 3En#lUg/iwf. We copy the following: from the Gazette, but see no mention of it iii our English Pa- pers :?4lMri Lamb, the' Plenipotentiary at Madrid, has>per(em.ptoriiy required the imme-/ diate payment bf the. seven millions and a-h'alf of francs due by^.pain,to'England, pr an equi- valent'^ the result'of^wnich^it is supposed^ will be'a total change of'the politips. of Fer-1. din and.". ?Capt. PolhiUV,o]f thell,st J^iiig'sDra- ' goon Guards now stationed at Leeds,undei;t6pk for a match'' bf 100] sovereigns, to. walk 50j miles, drive 5J0 milesti and ride ' SO, miles hi 24 hours, which ''he.' completed 4-hours and: 55 minutes within" the time, On 'Leeds race, cour.se. The populace drew hiin to the Bar- racks, four miles off.-~His'Majesty' sch. Mag- pie, while cruising off tlie cpa'st'of Cuba, oil'' the;27th of August, was suVik /in a sudden' squal.i! and only two out of thirtV-one souls were' saved.?Sir Walter Scott is? iii Paris collecting materials for a life of ...

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Lord Ambe[?]st's Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

iiottK &mfet$t'* appeal. 'The following letter and its enclosure reach- ed us by the late arrival fronv Bengal, which we insert without comment:? Letter.?v. The enclosed document is of so interesting a natUr£,'that it;' will probably reach you through different' channels.? Three reasons are assigned fqr the removal of Lord Amherst, when three hundred'and thirty-thtee might have been given; but in- deed all possible reasons are comprehended in one word, Nullity. ? lt is' needless to point out how this Reply confirms the pro- priety of the judgment which, as Lord Am- herst says, has been * precipitately,' but,'as others think, tardily adopted. Every month that his administration was protract- ed^ he.ape.d additional coals of fire on his own head f 'and especially on the heads bf those who appointed h.'"V The news of his recal has, bf course, spread the most lively satis- faction through ail ranks)'of people. There is not va( tongue, European' pr Native, which does not applaud ...

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[?]basion of Portugal. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

Intoiou of IJottugaL ,'s f HiaL .MaJesty's brig Lyra, has arrived "om Lisbon, bringing despatches for the foreign Office, and the Admiralty, from ow. Wm. A'Cotjrt, and Vice Admiral .Joni Amelius Beauclerk, containing the important intelligence of the actual in- vasion of Portugal, by the Royalist forces nnder the Marquis de Ch aves, who had vJtn about 20mites into the country. , The Marquis is said to have with him about 3,000 men?but; altogether,there.are j upwards of 5,000 Portuguese deserters'in ' Spain, alk>T whom Will flock to his standard! A private letter which we have received states that a disposition to favour Don Mi- guel begins to exhibit itself even in Lisbon. Ihe Lyra sailed from the Tagus, at day- light, on the morning of the 27th Nov. The French Journals are full of state- ments regarding the proceedings of the Por- tuguese Refugees. The Quotidumne posi- tively states, that a confirmation of its news of the preceding day had been received, and that the city of Bra...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

By our English Papers we are happy to find, that our most beloved Monarch was enjoying excellent health. His Majesty was about to visit Brighton, which had occasioned much bustle and preparation. His Royal Highness the Duke of York, who we lately had to regret was seriously indisposed, we are rejoiced to state was so far recovered as to be enabled to transact public business. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, we re- gret to say, had been seriously, indisposed, at his seat in Lincolnshire. The Earl of Liverpool, who had been in- disposed, we are happy to say, was much better when the Tiger left. Some new law arrangements were about to be made. The latest rumour was, that the Lord Chancellor designed to undertake the whole duty of Speaker of the House of Lords, and to retain the bankruptcy jurisdiction, but to give up to the Master of the Rolls Sir John Copley) the rest of the Chancery Administration, with the title of Lord Keep- er. If this extraordinary proposition should be agreed t...

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Letters to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

gtettetjs to tfe ISiritot. ,."'SiB,rr-'I'.have''considered the Letters of Z, upon the policy of encouraging distillation in Van Diemen's Land. '.I contend, that the encouragement of dis- tillation would be attended by the best con- sequences, and that Unreasoning of Z, though ingenious and indicative of research, is not well founded, as relates to us, on the follow ing grounds:? ," ' . An unfettered trade betwixt two States, the ?one powerful, and the other weak in resour- ces, is beneficial to the first, and detrimental to the second; as instanced, I shall endea- vour to prove, by Van Diemen's Land, inlier ^commercial relations with the Mother Coun- try, and the older Colonies. The truth of the ancient proverb," thatall -is, vanity," has never since the creation, been better exemplified, than in the history of Eu- rope for the last thirty years. During that ?period, what changes "have occurred in our native land, not so much from the subversion of old institutions, but from the ove...

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CITY—MARCH 13,1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

CITY?March 13,1826. .Notwithstanding the declarations of Mr. Calming, last night, relative Yo the conduct bf France,'iii etujeavouring to prevent thV KjiVg'pf Spain from interfering-in the affairs pf-Portugal-; and notwithstanding those de- clarations .have been echoed'in. a tone.bf unbounded confidence by a Morning con- temporary, yve have nat met with a single indiyidiial in the City to-day, with the ex- ception of a few interested individuals, who is not perfectly convinced that France, has instigated and enabled the Refugees tb make war upon the Government of their country. The paper alluded to tells us, indeed, that «' a formal and peremptory comjnunicatiqn proceeded from the hand of jpliailes himself;" and it afterwards calls upon the French; Government to publish this letter, to demonstrate to-the French people that " their Sovereign is a sponta- neous, friend to the harmony of Councils." What is meant by a " sjiantancoits friend tp the harmony of Councils," it would be as di...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

"""" £><tfe t® ftttctiott^ .,./ I?Y Mil. J. :T, COLLICOTT, / At his Mart, iii Murray-street, on Monday 7terx.t, the iiid Imtqnt, at \2 oWlocJi''-pr'e/r cistly, without Resei'tte, ABOUT Thirty HEAD of CATTLE, eon? sisting. of Milch Cows, the greater, part with Calves by their sides; and; some re- markably, line Steers, immediately fit for the/ Yoke or Knife. ,, C^f" Three Months' Credit on .approved EUI? to Purchasers tq the Amount of £10. : BY MR. J. f. CpLLlCOTT, / On the Premises, in Elizabeth-str'eef, on Wed' nes'day, the 2d'of May next, qt\£o'-Clockl '¦. ALL that truly valuable and most cbmrno 4jp'us* Jg'stabJishriiPn't, Vfigjbly situate in Elizabeth-street;'trje late' Residence of Mr. David* Ker, comprising one' of the largest abd best-built three-story Stone Houses irk the Colony, wiitr spacious Stores and conve- nient Offices, attached and detached. .Jt'comi marids a most delightful vie/y*' bf the. Town and Harbour, an'd'pffers'a'most adva^tagebus opportunity of...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

Ship News The Government brig Prince Leopold, ar- rived on Wednesday from Maria Island, with troops and prisoners. The island, was per- fectly tranquil. Sailed on Sunday last for Sydney, the brig Haweis, Captain Dibbs, with a cargo, of pota- toes, and sundries. Sailed on Wednesday for Batavia and Val- paraiso, the schooner Sydney Packet, Captain Taylor, with a full cargo of wheat and flour. The brig Caledonia, Captain Briggs, with a full cargo of wheat, will also sail in a few days for the same ports. The ship Albion, Captain Ralph, will sail shortly, in ballast, for Batavia. The Recovery sailed from the Tamar on Tuesday, for Maria Island, for the purpose of conveying to Launceston such part of the Apollo's cargo as may have been saved. The Industry, with wheat from J. and J. Solomon, sailed for Sydney on Thursday, from Launceston: _____________________     Price of Bread - 4d. Sitting Magistrate - A. Moodie, Esq.

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Colonial Times. HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

HOBART TOWN: FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1827. The Readers of the Colonial Times will have been prepared for the important news which we have this week the pleasure to lay before thom. ' '. ¦ Just as our Paper was going to Press lastweekjthe merchant-ship Tiger, Captain Richards, arrived in the harbour, from England the 14th of December last, touch- ing at St. Jago on her passage.?We had barely time to notice her .arrival, and our impressions were nearly worked oft", when our files of English Papers, up to the 14th of December came to. hand. W£*regTet exceedingly not being able last week, to lay their contentsv before bur/Rentiers, as news of the most important nature, Ave may say, nearly fills them. We havef how- ever, this week given an Additional Colonial^ Times, gratis. ^%fy ENGLAND IS IMMERGED IN WAR WITH SPAIN! /" ^ It would appear, that in consequence bf an existing treaty between Portugal and Spain', it,was agreed by those two nations, that the one should restore the discontented de- ...

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WAR with SPAIN. [?]age from the Crown AID TO PORTUGAL HOUSE OF COMMONS— DEC. 11,1826. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

#AR with SPAIK, j^ffttagetram tfje (groton. i/Z) TO PCi$TUGAL. 'fIetr.SE cve Commons?Dec. ll, 1826. Mr. Secretary CANNING tua<Je his appearance qb the Bar of the House Judith a document in his hand. The SPEAKER?Mr. Secretory Can- ning, what have you got there? Mr. CANNINQ?Amessage from His Majesty. ' The SPEAKER?Please to bring it up, Mr.. CANNlNG-then delivered JHft Speaker, who, after 'the^fqm.bers had un- covered, .proceeded to read it to the House. Jt was in the following terms :? GEORGE II. His Majesty acquaints the House of Commons, that His Majesty has received an earnest application frpin. the Princess Regent of Portugal, claiming, in virtue pf the ancient obligations of Alliance and Amity subsisting between His Majesty j and the Crown of Portugal, His Majes- ty's aid against an hostile aggression from Spain.. His Majesty has exerted himself for tonie time past;, in conjunction with His Majesty's Ally, the King of France, to prevent s.uph an aggression; and repeat...

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HOUSE OF LORDS — DEC. 12, 1826. His Majestn's Message. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

House of Lords?Dec. t2,182q. £>uittairet)r# MwMh The 0.rder of the Day for faking F|is Majesty's. Massage into consideration having been read, Earl BATHURST rose, and could not but express'his regret at the duty being im- posed, on him, in the absence of his Noble Friend, Lord Liverpool, but he hoped their Lordships would overlook any deficiency on his part. Their Lordships were, aware that Sir Charles Stuart proceeded to Lisr bon by order of the Emperor of the fra- zils, who directed, him ta confer t(i.a,t king" dom on Dp.n Miguel, on condition pf his marrying his daughter, and pf gi,yjng a char- ter of'.a Constitution tP that kingdom.? Their Lordship's were also aware that bis Majesty was in league with the. Emperor^ Bkzij,, for putting ail end to the disturban- ces iii Brazil. Sir C.' Stuart, in conse- quence of the instruptipns.from the Emperor ot the Brazils, delivered the instrumentcon taining these conditions to the tfing of Por- tugal, and sa,w them duly executed,' after ...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser — 20 April 1827

.ffl2HHRil<PVda: A file of Lima Papers,, called El Peru ano, to the 19th of August, have, been-:re-; ceived at the North and^ South American Coffee-house. From these papers we learn, that the Government of Peru; have voted BohVer,President for life. The' Liberate^ however, it is thought will not desert his country, to which he is said to be passion- ately attached, and this he must do if he accepts the appointment. The Priests, Municipality, and the Military Chiefs have each voted an address to him, in which ad- dresses they implore him in the most .pathe- tic terms not to leave them in the present disastrous state of their affairs. In the ad- dress of the Military, it.is said, that the country will devolve into a horrible state of anarchy and civil war, and that tho laurels with which the warriors of Peru have been crowned, will be trampled in the dust.? The Priests are equally desponding, and declare that they .wq'uld rather abandon 8;a their country, and follow the Lib...

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