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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, June 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Qjfice,. Hobart Tozan, : '* June 2'¿, 1825. ''PHE President and Directors of the Bank of Van Diemen's Land have very handsomely placed, at the Disposal of His Honor the LIEUTENANT,GOVERNOR the Sum of One. Hundred and Forty Dol I lars, to be added to the Reward offered by the Government and General Order of the 16th Instant, for the Apprehension of Brady and I M'Cabe, .- . , ; By His Honor's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary,

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

CORONER'S ' INQUEST. On Tuesday last, an inquisition was talten on the body of Mis. Elizabeth Cop- ping, before A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq. "and a respektable Jury. Dr. A. Ivíaclaughá,n sworn-I am a sm geon, i reside at the General Hospital. Last night, about 11 o'clock, a message was delivered that a woman had taken some opium, supposing it to be rhubarb. 1 im- mediately sent hvr an emetic, to be taken directly. About half-past 1 o'clock, ano- ther message was delivered to me, and I went to see tue woman ; I found her appa- rently in a sound sleep ; her breath smelt very strong of opium ; I asked her for the rhubarb that she supposed she,had taken, and her husband produced a piece of opium ; be told me she had taken as much as would cover a dolUr ; he said it had been given to her by a woman, who was in the habit of giving it to her own childi en ; I ordered another emetic to be given. At six.o'clock this morning I went again to see her ; she was then dead. ' The common doze of opi- um...

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HIS MAJESTY'S SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

5" BIS MAJESTY'S SPEECH: TO. BOTH ttOUARSu OF. *AI*L1 A^ENT. On the >l of Februaiy, His Majesty s health not being such as to render it advisable for him to open the Session in,if person, the Lord Chancellor deljverçg^ the following spjpsch by commission .-~iU~ l " My Lords and Gentlemen, I " We are commanded by His Majesty to express to'you the gratification which His Majesty derives from the conti- nuance, and progressive increase, of that public property upon which His Majesty congiatulated you at the opening of the last SPSSIOO of Parliament. .' There never was a period in the his- tory of this country, when all the great .interests of the nation weie at th,e same time in so thiiving a condition, or when a feeling' of content and satisfaction was more widely diffused throughout all classes of the British people. /- " h is no small addition to the grati fication of His Majesty, that ireland is ^participating of the geneial piosperity.* " The outrage.1?, for the suppiession of ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER Government House, Hobart Town, June 16, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER   Government House, Hobart Town, June 16, 1825. IN the Government and General   Order of the 14th April last, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR called   the Attention of the Magistrates and District Constables in a very particular Manner to the Necessity of making every Effort for the Apprehension of the Prisoners, M'Cabe and Brady; and such Rewards were proposed as His HONOR trusted would have in- duced the Crown Servants and others to have exerted themselves in securing these lawless Charac- ters. A general and simultaneous effort it was hoped would have followed, but it is evident such has not been the Case, and there is too much Reason to suspect that some 0f the Crown Servants have had the Baseness to assist these Rob- 11111111111122 >ers, or have wanted the Courage 0 fceizc them, and thus have ex- posed the Settlers to their con tiwued Depredations. Every prisoner in the Colony, »nether holding a Ticket of Leav...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

BIRTH.-On Friday the 17th instant, Mrs. Lempriere, of Roseway Lodge, Newtown,, was safely delivered of a son.  

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, June 23, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, June 23, 1825. THE Appointment of Mr. Jo- siah SPODE, to be Chief Dis- trict Constable for the District   of New Norfolk, vice Mr. JOHN PEARCE, is cancelled, and Mr. Pearce will continue to perform the Duties. Mr. THOMAS WALTON is ap- pointed Gaoler at New Norfolk. JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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To His Honor Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

--33o. His Honor Lieutenant Governor AUTHUR, §C. ¿$C. S>C. In the last of these humble addresses, I adverted to the reputation which they have already aaquired to their re publica iotl in England, and to the certainty if their meeting the eye of my Loid Bathurst. As, however, the considera   ion of the Colonial Ministry will un loubteclly be more attentively given to Item, in the piestnt -new series of ihe hobart Town Gazette, than in the fur- ner, which opened its columns but to me paity, 1 have judged it piudent to evise and retouch the statements which _have already had the hotior to lay be oie you. When a Colony experiences a progressive change in the general features of   is prospenty-when property is in an waneing state of improvement-when ?gucukure flourishes, and commerce is '«>ily established-then will affluence 'ssume the place of embarrassment, and ;ontent prevail amongst all classes of the «opie. A Free Press, that great blessing of man, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

COURT OF REQUSTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Court will be held as follows :— AT HOBART TOWN. On Thursday, the 4th Day of August next, for the Trial of Causes, the Defen- dants in which may reside within Argyle, Kingboiough, Queenborough, Glenarchy, Clatence Plains, York, Forbes, or Pitt. - Plaints may he filed, and Summon- ses obtained, at my office in Hobart, Town, until Thursday, the 14th Day of July next inclusive. AT THE COAL RIVER. On Thursday, the 11th Day of August* next, for the Trial of Causes, the Defen- dants in which may reside within Harring- ton,* Caledon, Cambiidge, Ulva, Staffa, Ormaig, Drummond, Sussex, ' Gloucester, Jaivi», Oyster Bay, or Maiia island ;-* Plaints may be filed, and Summonses' ob- tained, at the House or Office of the Chief District Constable at the Coal River, until Thursday, the 21st Day of July next in- clusive. AT NEW NORFOLK. On Wednesday, the 17th Day of August next, for the Trial of Causel, tlie Defen- dants in which may reside within ...

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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

Postscript. Yesterday, arrived the ship Cumberland,     Captain Palin, from Sydney, which place she left on the 1st instant. She encountered a succession of contrary winds and severe gales during the passage. She brings a part cargo of assorted goods for this port. Passengers, the Rev. H. R. Robertson, Lady, and two children ; Captain Wilson and Lady ; Mr. Thomas Stevenson, Mr. John McMuller, and Ann Collins. The brig Cyprus, Captain Briggs, with a full cargo for the London market, was about to sail ; and the ship Phoenix, Captain Dixon, had the greater part of her cargo on board. By the ship Cumberland we have re- ceived Sydney Papers to the 23d May.- The ship Hercules had arrived, but had brought no English news later than the middle of January. The Rev. Archdeacon SCOTT had been installed into his distinguished office. Wheat was selling as low as nine shil- lings per bushel; and no expectation of any material rise was entertained. The Nereus, Captain Emm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

SALE BY AUCTION.     Sheriffs Office, June 23, 1825. By Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed, I will Cause to be Sold by Public Auction, at the Times and Places hereinafter mentioned, all the Right and Title of the Defendants to the Property and Ef- fects mentioned in the following Causes :— Bethune v. Middleton and Another. At Mr. Fryett's, Hobart Town, on Satur- day, the 25th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, A LARGE Brick-built House in an   unfinished state, with an Allotment of   Ground, situate in Bathurst-street. Unless the several Executions thereon be previously superseded. DUDLEY FFREDAY, Sheriff.       * " * i JJ COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, | JUNE 21,1325. ?J^^feïî MB\T. -The undermentioned - "* '.liiPJäftfifei"Millie received, aa specified, HOBART TOWN. Julyl. A.E.Barry .<?..». GOOO. at 3|(I. 8. Charles Rowcroft . . 6000, ditto 15. Samuel Hood.7000. ditto 22. Ditto. 7000, ditto...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, June 16, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, June 16, 1825. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint   Messrs. Ross and HOWE Govern- ment Printers, vice ANDREW BENT;   and all Government and General Orders, Advertisements, Notices, &c. from the various Departments, will in futute be circulated through the Gazette, published under Au thority, -by these Gentlemen. By His Honor's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. SATURDAY JUNE 25, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 June 1825

THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. SATURDAY JUNE 25, 1825. ON commencing our labours as candi- dates for the favour of the Public, it is not our wish to excite unreasonable ex- pectation. Our merit, whatever it may be, will be developed more effectually by deeds than by vain professions. We purposely abstain from any remarks on   the operations of that Press which has hitherto engrossed the attention of the Public ; but it is allowable, in a first ad-   dress, so far to speak of ourselves, as to give those, who are disposed to encourage its, an opportunity of judging in what manner, and on what principles, the Gazette is now to be conducted. It will be a leading purpose to convey use- ful and correct information on all subjects connected with the welfare of the Co- lony, after which general news will have a place. Such extracts from the English Papers will constantly be made as may serve to connect the thread of history, and to keep alive that affectionate re- membra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

CLAIMS AND, DEMANDS. /CAPTAIN LAUGHTON,1 proceeding to ^' Sydney, Claims lo be presented. | Mr. DAVID LIVINGSTONE, leaving the Golojiy bv-tbe firsl'Opporiu;iity, Claims to bo presented. . " .' " < 1 Mr. THOR-NTON, leaving the Colony byar eaily Oppomuii'y, Claims to be presented. 1 Mr. JOHN'BLAIR, leaving the Colosybj au early Opportunity, requests Claims to lie probcnted. . i 1 . Mr. A. IIERVEL, proceeding to Sydnry, requests Claims to be presented.-Als», William JÎ4ies,_,his Servant. L Mr. WILLIAM FISHER, leaving the CO. lofty, requests Claims to be presented^ " "" t THOMAS HORE, proceeding to Sydney, requests^Uiim to be presented. I The following Persons leaving the Colony on the (à o vernor Arthur, for Sydney, request Claim? to be presented :-Mr. J.un.'s Cun- ningham, Master ; Robert Clerk, John Shef- field,' and John Morrison, Seamen. I Captain SWINDELLS, of the Bris Nereus» proceed in? to Sydney, via Port Dthymp)*, requests Claims to be presented. 1 Mr. R'. BUCKLE, F...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Proclamation, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

Prodamatia^ - By His ' Excellency 81 R , T»o Ú'A s { BRISBANE, Knight Commander] f of the Most Honorable Military. Order of the Bath, Captain Gene- ' ral and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Depen- dencies, fyc. §c. Sfc. fX^HËRBAS ti is MAJESTY has been *" graciously pleased, by Warrant under the Sign Manual, to revoke His Royal Warrant bearing Date the first Day ot December, 1823, and the Ap- pointment of the several Persons therein named as Members of a Council for this Territory ; and to nominate, constitute, and appoint a LEGISLATIVE COLkN CIL, for New South Wales and its De- pendencies, in Purtuarice of the Act of Parliament in such Case made, to consist, for the piesent, and during His Majesty's Pleasure,of WILLIAM STEWART, lisq. LiçuienantGovernnr; FRANCIS FORBES^ Esq. Chief Justice; the Rev. THOMAS HOBBBS SCOTT, Archdeacon ; FRKDU RICK GOULBURN, Esquire, Colonial Secretary; and JAMES BOWMAN, Mu- quiré, Principal Surgeon:-i, tue...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town; June 16, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. r Secretary's Office, Hobart Town; June 16, 1826. ' rPHE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint Messrs. Ross and HOWE Govern- ment Printers,vice ANDREW BENT; and all Government and General Orders, Advertisements, Notices, -&c:íVoin the various TOparWeñfs, will, in future, bed re« la ted through tlie Gazette, published under Au- thority, by these Gentlemen. By His Ilviors Comidaiid, JfoHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, June 23, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. j Government Howe* Hobart lorn* j ? ,.,' J une'23, 1825. I ' _ M- T_ li THE Appointment of Mr. Jo-i * SIAM SPODE, to be Chief Dw.-| trict Countable for Hie District of Nevv Norfolk, vice Mr. JoHtf; PEARCE, is cancelled, and W» Pearce will continue to perform the Duties. . Mr. THOMAS WALTON is ap-   pointed Gaoler at New Norfolk. By His Honor's Command,     JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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MISCELLANY, Original and Select. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

Original-amiSelect, I An early edition of Hamlet, of date 1043. unknown lo all the editors of our immortal bard, has been discovered in the* library of £ir/-|îarry Bunbury. ... .¿Du M'Culloeh, in the Edinburgh Journal of Science, has communicated a mode of splitting rocks by the application of fire ; Ähicfti Tor many purpose» in this country, insiy supersede Hie method of blasting large frtas&tâi <tf stone hy «UMpowder. ¡ His tiu'thod is lotraise a good ure »n the surface of ltie »lone,, mid lo keep it in activity for five or cix/hours.,' TM'n np?us and enlarges fissures, *oas id*admit I he-wedge; ami the rock giv iug way, in its ualoraKiiviaiuus, large slices are readily obtained. ^Tïïë~dii>covery ships were among the ice near C»pe*ClilMl1«y, Hudson's Straits, on the 3d.Att«ti6t, where tiley intended to winter.. AXl¡erary.As30ciaiioii has been formed in JLptudou, culled the Athenaeum Club, in imi< ration of Button's Coffee-house, so offen jnèriiitHi...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House Hobart Town, June 29, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

GOVERNMENT ¿¿GENERAL ORDER. . // Gôvèfnnieni House Hobart Tèwnt' (J June 29, 1825; . , TJf IS M A j ESTY lias. been gracjwusly , *r"- pleased tv appoint, tjje^Ueyetepd, . tfü¿V RICHARD ROBINSON to b&" Chaplain-* witlmi the Colony of Néïy - South Wales. . . . ' ! .,::,',, .' »-»»"' :,'>:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

V#it "EVAN HENRY TTOS jW^dcftiM »¡ftVÍnS san?li"ned Pelead*-' - Matier.in yesterday s Gazette ; ^nd, SgÄXS«* ^al1 Editóíh,r' *ffiÄse, July a. io«. m/lESSRS* CARTWRIGHT and Ross M take the opportunity in giving No ?ire of «he ¡mended departure, by the first conveyance of Mr. Ross to Eng hnd of informing their Friends and the Public, UM* Mr- Ro3S W,U be lmP?>' lo execute any Business winch may ,bc heed in their hands; he will not be ab lent longer than 12 Months.-parties wishing t» confide their Commissions to .Messrs. C a tri R- on this occasion, are jaques!«.*! to'Favour them therewith with the least possible delay. Mm owrie Street, June 23, 1825. JH, WESTBROOK, Surgeon, ¿te. , having "received a large and valua- ble Investment of Medicines, lakes leave to frffortfftwe^tnhabitíwíísr" dt VatrDie inen's Land, they may be supplied at his "Dispensary with all the Di ugs useful in a Family on modeiate Terms, viz.-Cas- tor od, oil of almond*, oil and essence of peppeimiut, magnesia, rh...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Proclamation, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 2 July 1825

ÍÍEYV SOUTH WALES. , BY HU Éicettmùf SIE THOMAS ^J3RB8AMf, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military ' 'itrder tf the ~fi'atht Captain Gene- ral and Govertufr i\i Chief in and 'ot(tt W^ Majesty s Territory of '$jte& *$o\uth ¡Vales and Ut Ûepen éencies, §c. esc* Sfc. * Wf H ERE AS by art' Act of Parliament, ." passed in the 5Qúi Year of the iteigo:of M'á rate--Majesty, GEO ROB. the THIRD* huiuded." Ai) Ucî tu stay;Pro fceedings against any Governor, or other Ptraorrs, concerned ¡n imposing and lev\inu Duties in New South Walt's, to continue until the First; Day of January, 1821, certain Duties» and lo empower the said Governor to levy a Duty on Spirits made in the C >lony," it is enacted, amongst other things, that it shall and nioy be lawful for the Governor/or other Peison administeiing the Government of the said Colony for the Titila being, to order and direct the Levy of a Duty upon any Spirits made within the Colony, al- though no such Duty might have been (hei...

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