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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 January 1821

Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - On Tuesday evening last arrived from Port Jackson, the ship Caledonia, Captain Carns; having on board the Honorable the Judge Advocate of New South Wales, John Wylde, Esquire; the     Honorable the Judge of the Supreme Court, Barron Field, Esquire, and Lady; Thomas Wylde, Esq. Clerk   of the Peace and Solicitor; W. H. Moore, Esq. Solicitor; James Scott, Esq. Acting Colonial Surgeon of   this Settlement; Lieut. Carey, of the Bengal Army;     and Mr. John Gurner, Clerk of the Supreme Court. Yesterday the ship Juliana, Capt. Ogilvie, sailed for Port Jackson. The ships Maria and Caroline, the brig Haldane, and the schooner Victorine, lately from this port, had all safely arrived at Sydney before the Caledonia left. On board the ship Caledonia, from Port Jackson, the Honorable the Judge Advocate of New South Wales, John Wylde, Esquire, Judge of the Court...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 January 1821

GOOD MERCANTILE SITUATION. TO be SOLD by Public Auction, by Mr. R. W.   Fryett on Thursday the 1st of February next, on the Pre- mises, at Twelve o'Clock, that very neat and convenient Two Story DWELLING HOUSE, situate at the corner of Argyla-street in Macquarie-street,   Hobart Town, the Property of Mr. James Mitchell,     and now occupied by R. W. Loans, Efq,-The House is well known to be one of rhe neatest and best built     Brick Buildings in the Town; has lately undergone a thorough Repair inside and out ; and possesses a Front in each of the above Streets, and a very convenient dry Cellar. The Disposal of a Premises so equally calcu- lated for a respectable Commercial Situation, or a   genteel private Residence, affords an Opportunity that may not again offer of any thing so eligible. -A Grant is attached to the Premises.   For further Particulars application to be made &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 January 1821

Claims and Demands, CAPTAIN WATSON, of the Ship Midas, leaving the colony requests claims to be presented,       Mr. LUCKAY, First Officer of the Ship Midas, leav- ing the colony requests claims to be presented.   Mr. CRAIG, Second Officer of the Ship Midas, leav-   ing the colony, requests claims to be presented.   Mr. LANDALL, Surgeon of the Ship Midas, leaving the colony, requests all claim to be presented.   WM. CRAWFORD, Boatswain of the Ship Midas, leaving the colony, requests claims to be presented.   The following Persons, who came in the Midas from England, proceeding to Port Jackfon in said Vessel,   request all claims to be immediately presented:— Cabin Passengers. —Mr. J. Underwood, Owner, and Family, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Stalker, Mr. Young, Mr. Williams, Mr. Harper, Mr. J. C. Underwood, Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Hughes, Miss E. Jenkins, Miss S. Jen- kins, Sisters of...

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From latest received Sydney Gazettes. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 January 1821

From latest received Sydney Gazettes. By this arrival (Almorah) British papers are received down, as we leam, to the 17th of August : We have been favored by an Officer of high rank with two (Irish) of the 11th and 12th; in which we are made acquainted with the melancholy event of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of York's Death, leaving Her Royal Con- sort in the greatest affliction; in which not alone the il- lustrious Relatives of the Royal and benignant Duchess, but all the British Public most sensibly participate. On Tuesday last (Dec. 5) arrived in Botany Bay, His Majesty's surveying cutter Mermaid, Lieutenant King Commander. We are sorry to learn that this early re- turn of our little expedition of marine survey is to be attributed to an accident which befel the cutter on her passage up the East Coast. She got on shore in Port Bowan, which damaged her so much, that Mr. King was obliged, on his arrival on the North West Coast, to land his stores and provisions, and lay the cutte...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 January 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Head Quarters, Sydney, Saturday, Dec. 9th, 1820. His Excellency the Governor and Com- mander of the Forces has been pleased to ap-   point Lieutenant William Kenworthy, of the 9th Regiment, to act as Naval Officer and Inspector of Public Works at Port Dalrymple, in the Room of Lieutenant Vander Meulen, of the same Corps, on the removal of the latter Officer with his Company from that Station. The Pay of Five Shillings per Diem, and the Duties afixed to the Office to which Lieutenant Kenworthy is there appointed, are to commence on and from the day of Lieutenant Vander Meulon's Embarkation at George Town.   By Command of His Excellency the Governor, H. C. Antill, Major of Brigade. GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Parramatta, Saturday, Dec, 23d, 1820. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. His Excellency the Governor and Com- mander in Chief has been pleased to appoint   James Scott, Esquire, Surgeon in the Royal Navy, act as Surgeon...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 January 1821

HOBART TOWN Sitting- Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A.   SHIP NEWS.-On Saturday last the ship Caledonia, Captain Carns, sailed for Batavia ; and on Wednes- day the brig Jupiter, Captain Risk, for Port Dalrymple.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 January 1821

PUBLIC NOTICE. January 27th, \h\i 'pHE Superintendant of Government Herds iedireftJ .*? to give Notice, that the Tract of Lsnd between ihl Macquarie and Elizabeth River», formerly known bl Name of the Relief River and Relief Creek, is rtj fervtd for g fixing til ofa Hirds; and that he is autho) rizcd and directed to impound any otiier Stock fóunq grazing thereon j of which all Perfons ire warned, 1 prevent thst Neceflity which niutt follow a wantofdul Obfervanco of this Notice. Thomas Scott, _Superintendant of Government Herdsl CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. THE following Persons, who came in the Midas from England, proceeding to Port Jackson in said Ves-   sel, request all Claims to be immediately presentsd :   Captain Underwood, Owner, and Family, Mr. Luckey First Officer, Mr. Craig, Second Officer, Mr. Landall   Surgeon, Wm. Crawford, Boatswain. Passengers       Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Stalker, Mr. Young. Mr. Wil liams,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 January 1821

OFFICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, Hobart Town, Jan. 24th, 1821. NOTlCE is hereby given, that the Sittings of the Supreme Court of Civil and Ecclesiastical Judi-   cature will commence on Tuesday next, the 30th of Day of January Instant, at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Colonial Hospital in this Town. John Gurner, Clerk.     Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, December 30th, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Meat will bo received for the Use of His Majest'y Magazines in Van Diemen's Land for the Quarter ending March 27, 1821. At Hobart Town,-January 30 -Mr. Whit- field 1000, Mr. Simpson 3000. February 2 -Mr. Wells 2000, Mr S. Gatehouse 4000, Henry Bur- gess 500. 6-Mr. H. Thrupp 3000, Francis Cobb oooi 9-Mr. David Lord 3900, Thomas Clark 1000,   James Casidy 1500, Mr. Fitzgerald 1000. 13-Mr. locker 3000, Miss H. and C. Bowen 1000. 16-Mr. Morris 3000, William Kimberly 2500, Edward Kim- berly 1500, James Ballance 500. 20-J. Wright 000, Mr....

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COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 January 1821

COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. In our last Gazette we pledged ourselves to furnish our Readers with the particulars of the trials which commenced yesterday week at the Court Room in the Colonial Hospital in this town, before John Wylde, Es- quire, L. L. B. the Honorable the Judge Advocate of the Territory, and six Officers of His Majesty's 48th Regiment.-On Friday, the 19th instant, after due proclamation, the precept, under the hand and seal of His Excellency the Governor in Chief, was read for convening the Court ; when the Judge Advocate en- tered, at some length, into the nature of the Jurisdiction committed to the Court, referring to the Charter of Justice, and making- some general observations upon the advantageous results, that might be expected to arise from the assembly of the Court within the Set- tlement. After which, the Members therein, nominated and appointed, having taken the oath of qualification, John Friar was first put to the bar, on an infor- mation, which charg...

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From latest received Sydney Gazettes. SUPREME COURT. Fourth Term, 1820. Hunt v. Loane.—Loane v. Hunt. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 February 1821

From latest received Sydney Gazettes. SUPREME COURT. Fourth Term, 1820.   Hunt v. Loane.-Loane v. Hunt.   These were cross actions for breach of a charter- party, dated at Hobart Town, 22d May, 1820, by which the parties mutually bound thernselves in the penalty of £3000, Captain Hunt to let to Mr. Loane, and Mr. Loane to hire of Captain Hunt, the ship Eliza, of 522 tons, for 12 months certain, for 21s, per ton per month, the payment of the same to be quarterly, and the first   payment to be made within ten days after the arrival of the said ship at Sydney, and continue to pay one quarter in advance, The first payment was duly made, but Captain Hunt brought his action and as- signed breaches for the second due in advance on the 22d August, and the third on the 22d November. Mr. Loane, having by some negligence omitted to plead, was let in to do so at the trial, and pleaded in bar, besides the general issue and payment that the ship was not prop...

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FROM BRITISH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 February 1821

FROM BRITISH PAPERS. THE UNCERTAINTY OF HUMAN JUDGMENT.— A gentleman died possessed of a very considerable fortune, which he left to his only child, a daughter, and appointed his brother to be her guardian, and executor of his will. The young lady was then about eighteen; and if she happened to die unmarried, or    if married, without children, her fortune was left to her guardian and to his heirs.—As the interest        of the uncle was now incompatible with the life of    the niece, several other relations hinted that it   would not be proper for them to live together.     Whether they were willing to prevent any occa- sion of slander against the uncle, in case of the  young lady's death; whether they had any app-     rehension of her being in danger; or whether they   were only discontented with the father's disposi-   tion of his fortune, and therefore propagated rum- ours to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 February 1821

IMPORTED PER MIDAS, and on Sale, at Mr. Raine's Store, Macquarie Point, superfine grey, black, brown, blue, mixture, and olive colored cloths; which will be cut to suit Purchasers from 30s. to 45s. per yard.   OPEN for Inspection and Sale, at Mr Raine's Stores, Macquarie Point a valuable and well se- lected Investment, consisting of the following Merchan- dize.-Superior cognac brandy, gin, elegant jewellery, | stationary of every kind; superfine grey, black, brown, blue, mixture, and olive colored cloths, which will be . cut to suît all purchasers, from 30s. to 45s. per yard ; gentlemen's and boy's superior beaver hats; an elegant assortment of straw bonnets end patent Leghorn ditto, of the newest fashions, slips, Brazil tobacco, perfumery, hair and tooth brushes, portable soup in cakes, raisins, currants, English starch, leather, &c. &c. &c which will be offered at very reduced Prices,-ALSO, for Sale, Two fast.sailing BOATS, with Oars complete, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 February 1821

Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, February 1st, 1821. PERSONS wishing to supply Vegetables to His Majesty's Hospital, and to Transport Ships on their Arrival with Troops or Prisoners, at such Times and in such Quantities as may be required, (or three Months from the 25th Instant, are re- quested to transmit sealed Tenders to this Office, stating the Price per Pound at whicñ each Kind of Vegetable will be furnished. George Hull, Deputy Assistant Commissary Genera!, Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, February 1st, 1821. PERSONS wishing to supply His Majesty's General Hospital, for three Months from the   25th lnstant, with Fresh Meat and Flour, at such Times and in such Quantities as may be required by the Medical Officer in Charge, are requested to transmit Sealed Tenders to this Office, statiiig the Price per Pound at which each Article will be furnished. , George Hull,   Deputy Assistant Commissary General. -Commissariat Office, Hobart Town,   ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiftrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 February 1821

HOBART TOWN Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday evening last arrived from Port Jackson, which place she left only the Thursday pre- vious, the ship Eliza, Captain Hunt.   - Passengers, R. W. Loane, Esq. Captain Sindrey, Mr. Walkinshaw, and Mr. R. L. Murray. The ship Midas will sail for Port Jackson to-morrow. On Thursday last, the Supreme Court was opened in the Retiring Room, but only one cause was ready for trial; after the decision of which, the Court ad-   journed to the following Tuesday; when it is ex-   pected, that the Criminal Court Room will be vacated for the constant sittings of the Supreme Court. Sydney Gazettes, as late as the 20th ult. have been received by the Eliza. By the latest of these papers we perceive, that the Honorable the Commissioner of Enquiry, and J. H. Scott, Esq. his Secretary, intended to embark on board His Majesty's store-ship the Dromedary, on their return to England, in the cou...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 February 1821

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. On Monday the Court assembled ten o'clock; when an information was exhibited against John   Fewins, for the wilful murder of George Ferncock, on the 9th of August last, at a stock-keepers' hut on Jacob's. Plains where they had lived together for some time, the deceased being shepherd to Mr. E. Miller, whose flock was grazing there. William Duggan was the first witness called. - He deposed, that on the 6th of August last, he called, on his way further, at the hut, where the prisoner and the deceased lived. On the evening of the same day (Sun- day), a dispute took place in the hut between Fewins and Hancock about cleaning wheat, when they both went to fighting; but after a short conflict of two or   three rounds, parted, shook hands together, and soon afterwards seemed to be again on as friendly terms, as ever. On the Tuesday morning following, Fewins went out hunting, and did not return home till the evening. The next morning ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 February 1821

THE Extensive New Stores of Edward Lord, Esq. in Macquarie-street, being now-Open, «bo Public are Informed, that the general CARGO of the Ship Caroline, litaly direct from England, is ready for     their Inspection, confiftiog of all Defcriptions of Bri. tish manufactured Goods, laid in from ah« fir ft Houfes,         and on the best Terms»-In addition to which, a large Stock of Wines, Brandy, Hollands, Geneva, and Wait ladis Rum, imported on the Caroline, is on Sale, with the ufuil general Stock from the India and China Markets of O. P. Bengal Rum, Sugars, fupcrior Toss, and Piece Goods, of the bett Qualities. The Prices of fome ofthe Articles in moil nidal De mind are a follow<-for Ciih or Wheat j viz,-Superior Old Bengal RQm l61, per Gallon, fine Cogmc Brandy 181.ditto, Hollands 181. ditto, Córdul Britifh Gin 18». ditto, Wert India Ram 185. ditto, in any Qamtities of not leis than 2 Gallons.-...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 February 1821

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION, . Monday.-William Kenny was placed at the bar, charged with the wilful murder of William Pigeon, at a place called Mills' Plains, about 23 miles from Launceston, Port Dalrymple. From the great interest, that this case has appeared for some time generally to have excited here, we were anxious to give a full report of the evidence adduced on the trial ; and have satisfaction in having attained that object in the correct statement we pledge ourselves now to furnish on the occasion. The first witness called was Mr. Thomas Massey, acting chief district constable at Launceston.-This witness deposed, that he knew Pigeon for a number of years, since 1804; and that he had frequently seen   him, as he was an overseer under him, when he was Superintendant : he had not however seen him since the early part of last year, since which period it has been generally reported he got his living by kangaroo- ing and selling the skins : he believed he was free...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 February 1821

AUCTION,--In tddition to lh« Articles ad vertifedj ** ¡nth« firft Pago of this Week's Gazette, fobs] Sold by Au&ton, at Mr, Lswj.a's Roon» ia Liver! pool-ftreet. on Wednefdsy next, the following will be put up for Sale, st the fern« Tim« and Place :~| Frying-pans, billows, difh covers, folder, himj window frame pullias, compafles, coopers' adzsil files, box locks, awl blades, fhoe buckles, tifh-hooki,&c| * i ' ' s J end J, 50LOMANS beg Leave to inform theil . Friends ind the Public ia general, that Vnty hiv for SALE, at their Rofidenca in Argylc-ftrcet, atthi foot of th« Bridge, the following choice,and well (a lected Articles:-Bett young hy too tea, hyfonikii ditto, fugar, Eoglifhfolp, Bengal ditto. Stilton chasis Jamaica pepper, Brazil tobacco, gentlemen's ciegan íuperfino , coats of Ah« newefl fifhtoos, bed fuprrfia broad cloths of all colors, jackets of «11 kinds,ttrowiei of ditto, calicoes,threads, bed fewing (ilk, tapes, ladies fcarfif stockings, white cotton {...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 February 1821

GOVERNMENT and GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, February 6th, 1821.   CERTAIN Prisoners, under Charges of divers Felonies, having effected their Escape from the County Gaol, His honor The Lieutenant Governor is pleased to declare and make known, that the under-mentioned REWARDS, from the Police Fund, shall be paid upon Apprehension of the said Offenders ; viz. - Thomas Atkinson.;.£lOO Joseph Saunders. 50   Thomas Lawton.... 50 James Letting. 50 ¡ And, as an Encouragement to the Settlers to Ex- ertion in the Apprehension of the above Offenders, more particularly as a Remuneration for any per- sonal Loss in pursuing the Means of apprehending the said Offenders ; His Honor is pleased to pro- mise, on his Part, a Recommendation to His Ex- cellency the Governor in Chief for liberal consideration by Government of any and every ¡rfon, according to the Service he may render on the Occasion, who shall be Instrumental in their kid Apprehension....

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HOBART TOWN Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 February 1821

HOBART TOWN Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. -Yesterday arrived the schooner Victorine, Captain Viney, from Port Jackson the 50th uIt. - Passenger, Mr. Crammond, owner. - -By this arrival we derive no news. Arrived at Port Dalrymple on Saturday last, the brig Jupiter, of this port, with a valuable cargo of merchandize for the new established firm of "Simpson and Co." The cargo consists chiefly   of a general selection from that of the Caroline, recently from England direct; with a large quantity   of spirits, India and China goods in addition;     and is supposed to be the most valuable on a   Colonial bottom that has yet entered the Tamar. On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson, the ship Midas, Captain Underwood. On Tuesday last, the Supreme Court resumed its sittings in the Court Room at the new Colonial Hospital, and, after the trial of two causes,   adjourned till the following T...

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