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QUARTER SESSIONS. Friday 14th January, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

UUARt £R- SESSION S. Frtrfav I4th January. 1831. William Frufe, charged with an assault Of on Esther Figg, wltii ititentt© commit a Tape— Not 0»»lty. ..- ::r:^l-~^~- ~ ^r.r---t— ? _J,_,_-?.^---^-vr — '- -j James Adams, convicted *f stealing 2 setts of TiarneBS, value #7. and 2 p^cies of rope value 7s; the property of Thomas flroagh, Guilty— sen- tence, three yeartto hard labor* Daniel-Beat, convicted of indecently exposing ills person in the public street, Guilty— origintt! *eiftence extended *hree years.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

_'. E^JNCESTON GRACES. __ T-PjM&A^-M ARCH MK ? ? Sweepstakes of £3 each, witu £40 added for Two-year-olds. — st. lbs. ? Colts;..*, «-'--?«.«..,'»... ,.,i^. j8__7 ? Fillies and^eMings.,...n'T! 8 4 Thorough-bred, extra ? 10 _ MILE HEATST ? - ? 'Wednesday, 9th. j_ Sweepstakes of iS3eacii, with . £40^idded for Horses of all ages. _ II ' _ ,. St.. lbs. ? ^-~Two*ypaT^tfls~.v.T..... ? 7 7 Thiee~'d-T.^ — rrrv.... ? 8 7 Four do ? 9 5 Five do. ? ,,.10 2 fcsx' do., and aged ? ..10 10 Ihorough-bred, extra ? 10 . ? TWO-MILE HEATS. Thursday 10th. ^'' A PURSE of 60 Guineas, given by the Van Die* meu*8 Laud Establishment, for Two-year-olds, the ? Prodwe of its Horses. ? : ? - ? '^ ~ Btribs. Colts ...,„.,.,.... ? 8 7 ? FillicB and Geldings ? 8 4 Thorough-bred, extra ? 10 MILE HEATS. 8wiEEPSTAKES~of^3 each, with £20 added for 49-5fse87^&c», ol all ages; Weights the same as on ? Wednesday. ? , ? TWO-MILE HEATS. No Through-bred will be allowed to start for this Race, and the Winner of t...

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To the Editor of the LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

To the Editor of the Launceston Advertiser. '^R^^)egto1nforin you that what you stated in your paper last mteek concerning people going to Church, is false, 1 never charged any one for crossing, nor did I ever authorise my servant to take any money from any one for crossing to Churcn jJt Mr. fl. gave my man money or drink Jor crossing him or any of his family, itjvas un kiiown to me, and, I r€quest-^ou^w4ll4ontTadict whjLtjou stated last week concerning it. — 1 ^m Sir, Your obedient Servant, * LU ^m ^**, BPWAED DEtDEN. ^erth^anfl^th,-i8)Jt ~ ' y In coafirmation «f what we have before stated, respecting the unfortunate death of -Mrs..- Barrat, we^HDi9iihe kMteM«eTrom a correspondent :— : ' 151 h January, 1831. _4Sii^_ — - — ,- ? ? : . ^ ? .^ _. ? z ,s ^it is too true concerning Mary Barrat. It seems that on Thursday the Cottage in which she lived was burnt to the grbund, during the burning, she when t into one o/4he rooms to j-et out part of a chest of tea, and was burnt to ash es. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

^3fM£i11i:i ED by the On pj^igued, on I ibe uniit-rwcu^oH^i- -3'3jQDS, and now o» I sate atTvis stores, in Cameron Street, at te-J -dmed-prices. €a-h or Colonial Produce— Uu_ |ev« ein-jHLjJD^t —at Ah? market pr\ce_; and_ liberal credit jj^en oh approved security. HO ht»d». ^Taylors l»orlT-T 20 44^rws best battled brown stout 12 cte. pal** ale 2 ^io^stroiig x x x ale 2 do. Burton do. 1^-hhds. Spanish red wine _: — 50 xasfoJbdltiiKdl4-ort do.' ^G^dov^sherrj— do. - 8 quarter-casks sherry do* ? 4- Widj.._dflLf ? ., ? 10 jasesjslaret do*_ — ? ? ' 20 oporto do. Xap^ . Jrine «n pipes, half ana quarter ae. 3 pipes brandy — A_jrtinclie©iis rum' i £-hhds. vinegar S5 iK'ltoarrplirpTinie pork _. 10 i on Isle of France sugar _ ? _--? 33 ^*t»sts, ^nd 24'1wltchesfi Hyson skin ? tea ? . e '''~% carroteels of currants, and ten barrels or ~ '''Smyrna new red raisins ? -__ 5 butts dried apples in small 'basket! ' ft8 cases, containing mustard, pickles, salad oil, capers and o»ives 12 do. bottled fruit...

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ERRATA IN OUR LAST:— [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

Errata in our last i— 1st page, 1st column, line 33, for 'Acceptan- ces of General' read u Acceptances by a Gene ral/' 1st page, 2nd column 22nd line, fer ' Endea vour sophistry' read ' Endeavour by sophistry.' To Correspondents. The letter of ' Aphroditas' in our next, as it came too Jtte for insertion. z

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

Public Fom^^dstsiui^j^Kion, — - Nort!k£Jiins^f an-ll 5th, JMk Z^^OHNmBD by^JoHN Shaw, of Nor 1 red aod whUeljuliock, brandrRrft rp on near jiip, da»a^s-5s,V poundage -Jd. per day, food and water Sd-perJay,.--^ =~— -? - ^tapomidfd by john ^Shaw, *f Norfolk Plains, ; janaafy 9th, 1831:— ' — -- 1 dark bay marei while hind jget, starirtfbe ? ^ferei^ag^loiig black tai^ wUft a male foaTby ^er side^amages tlsy poundage U. per head per dajr fofldiand water J6d. per day each. ~~7'1f 'th«8e animals are -not claimed and TeiQleeinefl' withm the time allowed by law, thny wjll be' sold fry me at the said Pound, on the first Wed nesday in February, according to the Provisions — ~-*f^frimpirandiiig Act. ~ WIliLlAUnSStTMARSH, _; ~~^37TPound keeper* Public Pound, Norfolk Plains, ?~r ..^n-__ ^ -^ Jan. 16th. 1831 ^TM^^tTND^D on the 31st December ^last, by Alexander Sutcr: — _ 1 red^nd wbii-» £a]f,~4«i»rktjd W on the nrighl thigh, damages claimed 5s. je' . A tso, 4-n3UTjftnuary Tiy jatnes Montgarratt :—...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

_ ^!iti*-4l»-piAife=*it» of * J«antidift to ^iBpei-dciuiiwi ; but jp tbe dfeohaiy* «f this duty Jus must uot expect to find Jn3 toad f*rt-^ctly i'njefrom tbe attowk of tlu-se whit are interested tn pre* mutiny the tefi* »f truth &wm ooftfrcutittg amd dissiy atinj their Our readers in l&e country will be hap py to leafu that our predictions as to the Tjta re t-iHtie'W^ffat^yIaTt:cf 'iTaWITiFnell ^oTit * gubsiuiiti.il! v correct, and thdt the recet t lovn price 4)fGmiaHlo the eider -Colony will not iu any vvay depreciate its value with u By the late arrivals hvm Sydn y we fimi that the HiwkfisburT and Hunter's Hi vpt settlers have had all tweir Wh«at dest oyed Jby fl ood-, -and ihat-ihe— rust and— gmufpre^ vail pretty generally through the Colony. The consequence has been that Wiieat had risen rapidly in price, aud was selling when the Mcdway left at from 5 to 9 (some re ports say 12s.) per bushel, such a difference was there in the quality of the different sam — ^i^s—...

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INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. (continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

INDIA AND AUSTRALASIA. {continued from our last.) -The native character «i the Asiatics of all de nomination ^whether Meies, I'jtmhii ^ Assyrians. Turks, or Hindoos, is, *nd always hav been, tine t«?d vrlth sloth, 'iuMiiyy »j lfi^hnei^^ichffj , superstition and cruelty. Not even in Briliivh India has the example of the British, (to whore the Natives look as tfieir protectors ratter thau th- ir conquerors) been sufficient to cause an extinction of these pernicions habits : on the contrary, we find Ahat eyen English people after a long resi dence !? that country have imbibed them in a of society, the various religioun sects, itbe law of , thf , caste and , consequent ignorance ef three foiirlhs *f the Hindoos,' the bHrbarous and dc»Kra- ded4d©Utary which is prcTaltnt, the Terjmafnre oTThe Shastius themselves, ancf the int *?-..??* uctt i?i^«^«liSMl«%^i-coiaJ^e^^j^y^j»t ihe^^H-**-~- al of these fata! passious from the native people of India. Their religion being nothing but one comiued...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

fto rna»y iustaiic^) Iranwn*, _^ .^?iVL by ti, M .. jjgii»ct attri butey/-TO^i«us-ag--t-fap-Bri6ri;^ andindo Bnlis » «re ' oun i the onejo J^pt^Z _ jbojLf»-H«-th. in nlsV by tlw* H8inf«;« as^ol! a*** j th*ir onimionto Christianity, wemay say tha* there are only, two factions or divided interest. a»5 the jxopletrf india-thi. JGAmli^^d^* Minion^ which in the remaining part of eur ob ?errations are tte^niy ^w^-Jistinctions'of whiclT — ^ d*enHt-ni^eg^^^ -I1!*'™ '-? ^J^*i^bf^lE? J*£!l., to have an jj political effect should a future struggle make them j all citizens all keM-f Uterine country. ~ ? j _j)ar next eonsidfratiou ia the temmr^n-^hir hi the lands are Held in Hindoostan : originally th .-***** rulers were the sole proprietors of the soil, j and had a tribute rendered to them by the cttltir-j vators for the permission of cultivating. TJii I tribute was uncertain in its amount, and was I bounded only by the desires of the Prince. To I Collect it there mere officers appointed who ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

-Subscribers— to the ?— Znnncetfon—Aipwrtizer— are — respectfully informed, that ail persons .will be charged for this paper up to the expiration of the passing quarter ; -, and that nil notices to discontinue must be ac companied, with all the arrears,, or the paper will be sent and charged tor unti I fully paid. TheQuarter Days are— September 30th, D-cenaber 31st, March 31st, and June 30th, respectively. Th« Terms are as follow ^-^(laarterly, if Waid in advance 10s.; if paioV at the end ?ftjie Quarter 13s. All Subscribers who J-ay__iqr — inserting ^their Advertisements 3 or more __timesf^vJM be^ntitled 4o 2 insertions gra tis ; for the first 8 lines 3s7'^d^ttoil'foT each line respectively beyond 8, the charge _'. is-jSd^lpeJcJine^— to Noasubscribers ^s.^rwr ? the first -^ lines, and ^Sd^per lidelYor all above that number. ~ --? : ,, All-. Jnannsrrtpt AdvertJsementsI^yJlLJbe^con* --— , tinned until count er man ded, except the | nutthef of insertions are marked thereof or un less t...

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BRIEF VIEW OF THE ROADS, BRIDGES, AND OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Now going on, or which haven been completed during the last twelve or eighteen months. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

BRIEF VIEW OF THE ROADS, BRIDGES, AMD OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS Now going on, or u,hich have b**n comp'rled during the last twelve or eighteen months. (Fr-m HusSs Almanack for 1831.) The imjyo,veuientsT;hroiiehout the colony This last year Irave been various, and of the niust u.se iul desci i^tion; 'An establishment has beeivTorm *d^t -- BrWgejji'-ateT for^aJfiiism^GiiHg, which is employed in constructing that~great work, i he causeway over the Derwent. A -gaol or barracks for the reception and safe keeping of the prison ers after their hours of labor, was among the first _ wirlLK completed; It is .'capable, of containing 160 men. A commodious barracks for the nwti tary has also been constructed, as welHttra -store, ..solitary cells for such convicts as misconduct themselves, &cvfcc. On a commanding eminence Stands a neat building for the Officers quarters. A ^eryj^xcelleiit quarry on the roadside gi»-8 -. TenipJtfy ment to on*- pat t of the gang, while the 4- thereof*' bu siiy...

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PRIVATE CHARACTER OF GEORGE THE FOURTH. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

PRIVATE CHARACTER OF GEORGE THE FOURTH   (From the Times of the 28th of June.) We have recorded, from the authority of an individual, familiar with the subject on which hee bore witness, the assertion— the disgraceful tad provoking assertion— allhough—undoubtedly it-was meant as a screen to something, if possible, still worse - that neither the late Prince of Wales, nor the Duke of York, could ever be made to comprehend the value of money - the difference as it was insinuated, between pounds, shillings and pence! If so, both brothers must have been deficient in the most ordinary powers of intellect which, as to one of the m at least, is known to be an egregious error.                     If it was intended to establish the fact that   neither of these Princes had ever been made     conversant with the me...

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POLICE REROPT. Monday, January 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 17 January 1831

POLICE REPORT. Monday, January 10th.     Richard Dimmelow, charged ^*itb disorderly ??nducfc-— reprimanded. Charles Gray, being drunk— fined fire shil   lings. ? ^ ? _l_.'' ? . ? ? Edward Berry, being drunk and disorderly* ined*w«hjinings* ?'??. j . ' '' 'l ' ? ? ? : ?'„„.' Henry Pitcher, assigned to Mr.-». White. charged withabscondinff-- three Hionths to hard labor, and returned teigit my\& ©1 thefioTera John Hines, P. W., disbbedience^ordersv in jnakiflg^y ay with-his harrar J£ rap— two months I hard labor in addittion to his former sentence. I William Tucker, flagelator, charged with neg- lect of duty, and being absent from town—to 4m confined in. the prisoners' barracks for six months. ~ Benjamin Stephens, P. W., charged with ma   king use of improper Hanp^ip'*-stiftyr=lashes, ^it the request of Mr. Jones, punishment altered to two mundis baxd labor, ~inT~i^t|lti»B '. to tils former sentence. _ _._?-- Ellen Scott, assi...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

SiHtF ?'4^'NKW^.' __ Cargo oi the bi%4^ZA.tt;--m. 200 casks of nails, 1 ftetrjui do.. 1 bale of threadj, 4 do. blankets, 2 dy^ ::_.J»sjprv,_S_cast iron oyensT3r money chestsy 2 boxeT' ixtarbles, 2 l-alesJaadJL-boxps o-l^je^iiigLappa.iei-_40_, -tx-xes of'jpa^,_2 boxes aud 1 bale wearing apparel, 2 bales ot bags, 1 box weariugjapparel, 3 bales shit titig^a Jjftxe-B of stationery, 2 casks and 4 boxes iroi mongery, 6 cralfes earlheu ware, 2 t?asfcgr-fbigck^- ing, 1 box of mustard, 2 hlids. ot paint, 40 tins of linseed oil, 10 do. of turpentine, 98 hhds. of porter^ 1 box-QtHhats,— iHtejg^of blqe^ 2H^ries-of-wearing ap^ ^tarel, 2 boxes of guns, 1 box wearing _appjuvl, 2 casks ot' ironmongery, 7 bundles of spades, 4 cask6 f-f ironmongery, 4 bundles 61' frying pans, 1 cask of ittnimoiigery, 1 do. apothecary, 1 do. brushes, l — t»1e^sloj)s, -8 boilersj-1-box-Ctttlery, 5 boles ot' cor dage, 10 boxes candles, 1 cask of ironmongery, 2 thr^«hiiig machines, 10 buncHes of sheet iron, 2 boxes farmi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

. iin, tb^ discharge ?fthia 4aty Ije qrast notexfect to find his road jyerfectfyitgJB frtnn^the 'wtews of those -who are interested in pr«« renting 4h#4Bfis »f 4rutb Inn confronting NuTti&Mpfttiitf their ~ jfowcr. ? : There we few things, connected wUhnthy Politics of Van jDfeiafm's JLan37~wfiicfe are S6 justly condemned, as the unequal Quit by emigrants ; and we are much surprised, that the almost incessant, outcry of the Press on this subject, has not long ere this, ?effected an alteration. . Upon what principle jthe, late Secretary for the Colonies could share imposed so many various rates «f Quit 'Rent without reference to any thing but the time at which the locations were order ed, is an enigma, not easily solveabie ; — as it does not appear to any one, thaJ we have heard upon the subject* to possess one soli tary argument in itsjavour, iraiLojaJlvMjon- trary, common sense, jdtaice,^)olicy7^e^~ sod, and every thing else, including the public opinion, makes against it. T...

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PRIVATE CHARACTER OF GEORGE THE FOURTH. (Concluded from our last. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

PRIVATji CflAftACTER OF GEORGE TBE FOURTH. (From the Times of thef&th June.) (Concluded from our lam. George IV. may indeed have felt that confi dence ; but ruygvd must have — been-tt»e virtue which could have justified such perpetual expo sure. We ldo not wish to pre-!3 hard on the weak ness of human nature, nor insist on it as an argu in««r^pTn4vh^of^*|K*4'i-««~of-sorrow^-th«t — the late King, before his 20th year, was supposed to have been initiated in all the vices by which an advanced, an affluent, and corrupt society is infested. We do not complain with a too morose rigidity* that the gaming table, which exhausts the post immeasurable resources, and which creates and feeds the vilest and most hatelul^tdons^ was familiar to trie youthful Prince. His Royal High ness could throw off, and did successively, all the companions of his early years.; except, per haps, those habits of life which are the sole but brief and precarious bond ol such immoral in tercourse. Vnr would i...

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THE FLIGHT OF XERXES. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

---^HB^FM^M^-e^-^ERXESr ? I saw him on the battle eve, ^Vhen like a king he bore him ! __ Proud hosts iit^littermg^helm atid^greave# ^And prouder relu*efs Ix^orehira: ? The^wtfPrior, and the w*mor*8-deedsy^=r ? : — r The morrow, auclthe'morrowfs meeds,—, - No daunting thoughts «aim- np«r hinTg -------- _ He looked around him, and his eye Defiaate flashed to earth and sky ! He looked on ocean, — its broad breast Was covered with his fleet ; On earth,— ajid 3a w from«ast to west . His bannered miljiojis meet: While reck and glen, and ca#e and coast Shook with the war-cry 4-i that host, The ttfunder ^oftheir-Yeeti — Ht- heard the Imperial echoes ring— ? I^iieai?djwid_jj:i.T Minself a king ! I saw him next alone ;— ^nor camp9 ? _ . Nor chiefs his stepi attended, -? — N-oi^banhers blaze,, nor couracre' tranip, ? ? -^th^lff-CMe^^^udlyrblended^^ ? He Jtood alone, wliom Fortune high .. So lately seemed to d^ify, i__ — ' _ He, who with Heaven contended, yied, like a fugitivg-|Bi^1aVer)'^ ? B...

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SPECIMENS OF GERMAN GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

SpyrfM^VS OP fiFRMAN GRNinS. Last among the characteristics ot woman, is that sweet, motherly love with which Nature lias gifted her; it is almost independent of cold reason ,~'MTd~Miio11y reindved from all selfish hope of reward. Not because it: is loygjlidoes the mother love her child, Hut because it is jT livingrpart of herself^t^ie child of her heart, a fraction of her own nature* Therefore do~ her entrails yearn over his wailings ; her heart beats quicker at his joy ; her ^ blood flows more softly! through her veins, when the breastat which he drinksTtnits him tq her.- Iri every «|(nc0rruptfd nation of the earth, this feeling_J« the same. Climate, which changes every thing else; changes not that. It is onjy the most corrupting forms oT society w4ii€^ i ha?e/power gradually to make luxurious vice sweeter than the teuder^careB and tojls -of maternal love. In- Greenland, where^ the climate affords no food fit7 for, inraots, the mother nourishes her chil^ up t--: the third or fourt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

The EditomfHhe Colonial Titne* for getting how much he has at the commence ment of his Literary career -^- — — ' Crooked the pliant binges of the knee' in the hope that ?* Thrift might follow fawning,' is pleased to find great fault with our ma kins: apologies t© save our njoeket. ? With regard to the peculiar instance to which he alludes, that of Mr. BartleY, it seems requisite to say a few words. Had the circurastaDces really been as we con sidered them to be, we would have persist -J though ruin stared us iu the f^ce, but find ing that' our credulity hrd been imposed upon, and that the strongest fe*Jore'1trthe7 case-was palpably unfounded, we ask what man of common honesty would not have acted as we did ? We were inexperienced in the literary world, but we attempted a task pro bono publico without reference to its difficulty. We have been much misin fx-rraed, ^od^conseqtiently liable to actions. -We hare apblogized^Uhat1^— all. — The Co lonial Times has frequently done the same, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 24 January 1831

-.;_.'?. Five Pounds Reward. CjTOLEN^r-Strayed o t ^;f the flock of ^ the UodersigBed.— 100 SHEEP aqd up wards* ^fom t he back r-gf VI r'.: ftUl's form at T3un Ed in. Any Person delivering the &a«ne to Mr. Djjyid Williams, Pound keeper, shall r*cetv« tlw above reward., and in proportion for any number delivered, If stolon, IVn Pounds wjJlJbe paid, on bringing the OffHiider or Oflfcwdtrs to justice ^The Sheep arepinh branded, , P. C. On one -ar 4s^^u4lowliiiled, a»d piece out of the back of the other* .'.. ._... ^ ^^ ? P.CAROJdtt^ ? Ship Inn, Launcest on, January 22nd, 1831. R. JAMKS BRENNVv bin* about to leaTe^lic ^ervice^f ^j^Nowlan, all -claims -which have been transacted onJWr. Kowlan's Hccouut by james BrennAn, had bet ter be brought ui and arranged before his depart ure, to prevent mistakes, - ~' janoary 1 Oth, 1831. ^WANTED. ON£ hundred dezen of empty PORTER BOTTLES, for which 3d. each will be giveir. Apply at the Cornwall Hotel Wine Vaults. January 15th, 1831. Launces...

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