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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 November 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 15, 1826 THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to grant the following   indulgences:-   FREE PARDONS To William Jones .. Lord Hungerford William Wood .. Indefatigable       James M'Ara .. Ditto   CONDITIONAL PARDONS To George Pde .. Globe     John Raith .. Juliana James Waters .. Fortune (1) Patrick Kean .. Three Bees James Sponsbury Admiral Gambier John Murray . . Chapman (2) John Russell .. Ann (2) Richard Clarke Surrey Nissen Jacobson Lady Castlereagh. TICKETS OF LEAVE       To George Hening Claudine   Richard Poole .. Ditto David Roberts .. Ditto     Edward Mowles.. Ditto James Black .... Ditto   Benjamin Slack Ditto     Joseph Cooke .. Ditto     John Harris .. Caled...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 9, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 November 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 9- 1826   The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint the under-   mentioned Gentlemen to be Justices of the Peace for Van Diemen's Land and   its Dependencies:-           John D'Arcy, Esq., Captain in the New South Wales Royal Veteran Company,     William Clark, Esq of the Upper Clyde. By Command of His Excellency, W. H. HAMILTON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 November 1826

N SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. JOHN EDWARD COX, At his Auction Rooms, and Commission Stores, opposite the Ship Inn, THIS DAY at 12 o'clock precisely, and on TUESDAY the 21 st Instant, the following valuable Collection of GOODS: consisting of BROAD CLOTHS, corduroy, fastians   and waist coatings, elegant           chintzes and gown pieces, muslins worked and plain, white calicoes and long cloths, white and coloured flannels, a quantity   of jewellery ; cashmere silk, cotton, and cloth shawls ; slops, consisting of striped shirts and Guernsey frocks, blue jackets and trowsers, duck frocks and trowsers, wine and' inger glasses, tumblers, china tea servce; a handsome cottage bedstead,   turned posts lath bottom and drapery   furniture, lined throughout; also a   superior four post dimity bed furniture and two window curtails fringed; damask   table li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 November 1826

MEDICAL PROFESSION. WANTED, a respectable YOUTH,   as an Apprentice. He will have   the advantage of an extensive Practice, and will be treated in every Respect as one of the Family. A moderate Premium only required, as Assistance being the chief Object. For Particulars, apply to Mr. CROWTHER, Surgeon.   Murray-street, Hobart Town November 16, 1826.     VERANDA STORES     WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.   MR. DUNN, per the Hugh Crawford,     is opening an elegant assortment of     Thread, Lace of all kinds, and Edgings. This excellent assortment will be offered at lower Prices than ever before known in the Colony. Private Families wishing to be supplied for Christmas are requested to make early application. Hyson Skin Tea   at £10 per chest ; deduction made by taking 10 or 20 chests. Butter, Tobacco, and other Goods at former ...

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CHILD AND BLIND GRANDFATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

/ CHILD AND BUND GRANDFATHER., ,' t , .By W.L.Bowles. j Though grandfather bas long been blind, And his few' locks are grey, He loves to hear the summer wind "Round his pale temples play. We'Hlead him to some quiet place, Some tinfiequented nook, -,? , Where winds breathe soft, and wild flowers grace ^The'-borders of the brook. ' " v There lie shall «it as in a dream, , , . Though nought he can behold, Till the brook's murmur-it shall seem, The voice ¿>£ friends of old. . Think no,tnore. pf.^hem aged map, . i For here thou hail no friend, ' Think-since this>life< js but a apan.tr

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1826. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

HOBART T<AÎ# SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1826. .'V ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD.\, '; The Two Pound Loaf, Ad. Sl'erlftig. AVERAGE PRICE (STERLING) OF THE FOX LOWING ARTICLES:-?- . ' " V . ,". .<" per'bush. Wheat'.. 4 0> English Barlev .. 4 O' Cape'ditto ...... 3 0 per ciot. .. Fine Flour. 22 0 Household ditto.. 20 0 -Second ditto .... l8 0 Potatoes.:;;.... 5 0 '. i . per ton. Ditto .P0 0 ; Hay(arti6ciál grass) 20Q 0 Ditto (natural ditto) 90 0 -Straw -,v... r...." -78" 0. Ççef..-.. /..'.....: Mutton . Pork.-. Butter (fY«li).%'.'". Ditto (salt)-.. '2 Do do.hythe firkin. 1 Raisins........ : ¡r 1 per lb. s0- 5 -0 4 t ',",.. »er ¿Ô. v \ .. >:.'«'. CheesefS vdney).. '.> * . 1 Ditto (Eng-liíh)'.. ~ 1 9. Soap (Colonia» .,. " »O7IO Do. do. hy the box O i) . Ditto (Enfi-Ush)... Do. do. hythehox Siiß-nr'..*.../,.,: Ditto hy *he bair.. Ditto ditto rfi»e)~. T«n, per chest £10 . 0 'Ó Tobacco. 4 6 Ditlobythdbhskct- 4;'0 *" p"er'üaf^¡ Rice....'..'.......". 02 0 » ;..» , -.> ? ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

»'...< ; TO .CORRESPONDENTS. .Près* of temporary matter obliges, us' to . postpone both the notice and inser- tion of spveral valuable contributions - of our friends and Torrespondents. ,.

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM NOVEMBER 17TH TO 24TH, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

STATE OF TnE WEATHER, , FROMvNoyrjKBBRfTftr«,TO 24TH, 182G.; t Datei '!- ï^ermdfn. 1 Baroma from \ to \from \ 'io Wind. Set. Sun. Mon. Tuet-. Wed. T,bura. Fri. 53 55 M 54' 56 58 57 65' | 66 60 63 75 77 78 295 29.5 29.5 29.5 29.6 29.6 29.5 29 5 29.5. 29.5 29.«) 29.6 29.6 29.5 S. E. Ii. N. N.W. N. W. N. W. N: W.. Cloudy Cloudy Showers Cloijtly Clundy ' Cloudy Show Ci s ft^* Whatever appears in $is Paper (NOT OFFICIAL) ts at the sole'con'trol and responsibtUly of the Editor. The BLACK NATIVES.-We have the pauin again to record a treacherous murder by a party-of these people. On Tuesday morning, while two sawyers, William Priest,' a native of Norfolk Island, and James Rochford, (free) were at their hut in Cockatoo Valley, Macquarie District, about 20 natives visited them, apparently with very friendly intentions. Priest distributed among -them all the bread he had, and they departed peaceably. Two more then came from their work, and all four were at break fast, when the* tribe returned ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 23, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

¡Ï7-. .GPV(6K<NM'kNT NÖTlCi;. ' í ! » > . ' ' ' ' 'i I , :,iGolQnÍQlSñcret.aiu$ QfHct, 3fotv<23> 182fi. * ¿ EA LED TEN DERS, in Writing, c r IP^'^yinff '-Ab.e vSirai lin Words ai. .¿.¿eng^li, will; be received at thift Office ] îjtijntil jtí?e 7üi of Deceiriber next, for ;;1tf(e, liir« pf ijhe Goverumenr Mill jn, .^t)ba;rt Town foi! Qne Year, from the ' ^Utjapuaty, 4897* ' '.. 4, ',. JPajrtiiÇMlar,?; may ibe known on Appli-. cation io this Office. i' : ? ' 'ßy, ,Cemöjand of t -, i . i Tbei Lieutenant Governor, ' ' W. H. HAMILTON^.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 16, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

'liSQYttRNWffiNT. NOTICE. j "fíSÍiM^,ecjp¿fert¿8 Office, .Nov. .16/1 &$6. 'Cln* &&*K VT EH ANT, Ci OV KR NOR liab tt £* ^iç^ade ¿b« sfa(lo*y(jng, leippofary Ap ^poi^tmint, "ymij 4|iePleaiureofiHw:M.a. ^^W * W «*? W» >; -^ et ' fi ' r T.» ' tyPTf.^QJ^s, ^"qr D* $. Xommis. .of the Civjlf Accounts,of ihe Colony» ''''£ JEJjjr g^râ^ançlpf Hi» ßxeeljency, (* ,. -? ',' .* "i, -'. ' , . jWíH.^HáMIlTON;

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 24, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

! -v * ViOttVi VRN M&NT NÍOTICR. i «.iCoionraléepretaru's(Wiee. Nov. 04. Ï806J FOaRAVpr'wie'liïrainéd WORK ING »BULLOCKS being required , for the. Publtc^Service in the Formation,, of tiona*, &<j. Tenders (sealed and cn« .indorsed'), of not It*;*! than One Pair, will be. received at this Ófñce until the First ~«4oM)e?««iber next; r The Price must, be siaied in Words $t 1 lenclh. ' .¡; i »?>?» 'ífy Command of . n '' . -/> >The Lit-utenant Governor» * ' «} vu) . . IV. H. HAMILTON.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

BIRTH.-On the 31st July last, the Lady of Walter Buchanan, Esq. of Up- per Woburn Place, London, of a daugh- ter.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 22, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

i ^©yBttWM'BÑT NOTICE^ ' Cbfomtíi Secretary's Quice, Nov 29, 1S2Ô. ^rgih'ß Periods for which the under * mentioned Persons were transported 5 'having expired, tferlificates haveaccoid ingly befn granted io them : ! Jume« halliday.Caledpnia ()) 1 John BHton .Ditto M Thomar Backer.Maria ' xEj<1ward Harmer ........Guilfoid (4) Arthur torwood.. Dromedary ' afShzi Coyle,<or Riley (Dup.) Janus JMarv Lowiv idltt<^ Fltvahpth <V>\ By Command of The Xieuteniint Goverrrpr, . VV. H. HAMILTON ' Lômmm'attht Office, Nov. 15, !82fî |" Í ¿VJSb CARRIAGE.-r- Person« dj* ?***, posed to, Contract for, Twelve . ' Months, for the. Conveyance of Provi t «tons and Stores b.etwoen Hobart Toan t and the foVowjpg Places,viz. Launceston, - Jfericfio, ¿nnon tywiffl» 4 C/y^e, aud " ShwTipn, an«l . from the Wharf to, the ' Cfirryiiissafiat Stores, and.fiqm ¿hcncc to and fann,' ¡the ' Government Micî,, are re< quest.ed to transmit Tenders, stating the ' Kate...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

' MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELÊCJ. POLITICAL ECONOMY.-The present rage for reading and writing upon this undefined and indefinite subject, ¡tit to be hoped, will end in some useful result. We fear, however, the crowd of economists has $0 worked and puzzled itself,'as*to beat last fairly lost in a meta- physical maze. We in Van Diemen's Land, can view the evqlutions of the remote disputants, with perhaps a inore steady and impartial eye. The subject seems'to resolve itself to this, that Providence having created the earth with various climates, reasons, and productions, ulan, who in his civilized state, seeks the use of all, is individually benefitttd and enriched by availing lum ?èlf of the capabilities of the spot on which he is placed, and by producing in high perfection an article which he can profitably exchange with others. Thus, agri- culture and manufactures, which could never other- wise rise above a certain level, are stimulated and drawn forth to an unlimited extent by com...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

_^. £NGLI<SH ÑEW8.:/ , r . ' By the, Leda and Woodford we have the pleasure to receive an accession to our^European intelligence till the 4th of August. The times had evidently im-   proved more than many interested per- sons were willing to acknowledge. The   woolen trade at Leeds had experienced a   marked revival, add the cotton market at London and ' Liverpool was much im- proved, The sales ex Andromeda from this port, were not flatteimg; Mimosa bark sold for £8. to £9. and much ,of it! had not been discharged. 'I he extract   still laboured under the ungenerous pre- judice of the -tanners.- This very depres sion will, however, eventually open a channel for its general consumption, in the same manner as depreciated British manufactured goods found their way, a few years ago, to th* discomfiture of all others, in the populous parts of'South America. 'I he King continues to reside and en- joy excellent health at the Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

SUPREME COURT Ofr. VAN DIE, MEN'S LAND. COTICE is heieby given, that the ?^ Present Session ol' Oyer and Termi- ner, and General Gaol Delivery oí this Court, will be adjourned to Launceston, to be there held, on Monday the Eleventh Day of December next, for the Trial of the Prisoners then in the Gaol there. _JAMES WOOD, C. S. (J, COMMISSARIAT SUPPLIES, LAUNCESTON. Commissariat Office, Launceston -November 13 18£<5. pOMMISSARIAt SUPPLIES. - ^ Tenders will be received at this Office until 10 o'Clodc on Saiurday Morning, the 9th December next, for the following SUPPLIES, to be delivered in good Or der and Condition : ^ Fresh Meat, to be delivered eveiy Saiurday and Wednesday Morning by 5 o'clock, or as may be required, at His Majesty'sStoreaat Launceston and George Town, during the Quarter ending $4»|j .March, l«27. Fresh'Meat and Bread to His Majei. ty's Troop*, the Gaols, Penitentiary, Factory, and Hospitah' at Launceston and George Town (the Bread to the Troops to be of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

c VEïîANDÀ STORFS. .TV.1IOLK8ALB' ¿NP «C TA It. ?R. DUNN, per t]u$?i Crmcford, is opening- art ^. ..* (leg-ant nss'jrttrpiit'-f Tlnond Lapeofall widths ïurl cdgi.<:rs. This p'lcfjniit iissoilinpiit will be ofl'oed ittlowpr Pi'û'tiS tliiui pverbdfove. known ih'lhc Colony. Äiii«.cutplrTtar}iitis«Vpiime quality. fiante rnmilic» tushing tobestippli"'! foi Oin mimas,nip íeqjipsfed to -make carle applienthin. lï/swii Skin'Tt'a at L 5 per c'ifst; deilitu'iou maùo bv taking- 10 or 20 chests. Butler, Tolwcto, aiid 'all orb PI t>ootK nt IVMUIPI Piirrs. nAIRYT"BftTvr.XKr srnun\v-TTü-~Ti7hhc can lu* .flTTpplifi'd fpiair tl>p--©Bky,wiilrv|fpunine Milk,, (Horning-awi Evening') Truilr Bullet, and new-laid J!SSL_HJ_ *1W r L IÏ I! O ü S E fini TET, tliatlirniJlifu! Stone-biult TTOT7SF., sitonte J ubriul ih c Minute« wal'» ti«nió"f<jvn, on the Ni \\ Town Road, conUu'iinç'foin ¡ycod Rooms an «he dut foor, Kitchen and Celloi, wilb two; commodious Rooms -inver nil for Sei van...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

B'ANK'OFÎVAN >DlËM<fiNfeLAND. . *JpHE Proprietors of Bank Stonk arç . .?%' requested to Fay offiihè \Fifih Instalment due on each Share, taken under, the riiw Rcgi!aiion,oor or before the First Monday of the ensuing Month. A By Grd«t of I he President , and Board of .Director?* li '' . J* QABDi.yBB,Çasfrjef \ HPO JO SpUVby Private Contact, '* 160 . Prime You^e EW1^.1 For: ï\irtiputen apply ju the,, OffiW.of ihis Eaper.« . .. . ñ <. :- - ir:"w . i ST. ANDREW'S DAY. rpHE " Van Piemen's Land Saint 1 andrews Cfy£'" wiH Dine at ihe líritish ,HoleL¿#$#>* áoth November Insiaur. ''*"*'"** & ÜlraW öÄlliraWe at 'WCloek. JAMES Scof-r,' JÉàq» in the Chair. . SAMUEL Hooi^iifO^Croupier. , * *#* Tickets^ to be had 'at the Bar of the Hotel. Strangers to be introduced by Members, whose Names may be seen atlhe Bar.       TO be LET. - A large Brick Two- storey HOUSE, situate in Liverpool-   street, nearly opposite ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVED,   Nov. 21.- The bark Leda, 188 tons, John Northwood, from the Cape of Good Hope, 6th of October, with 50 pipes Cape wine for Jones and Walker; 242 ditto, 172 hhds. 23 half aums of ditto, 47 kegs butter, 193 boxes and 9 bags dried fruit (apples and pears), 2 cases' harpoons, 2 whale lines, 11 ash oars, 3 cases wool cards, 40 bags of Mauritius   sugar, for J. Flaherty. Passenger- Mr. Flaherty, supercargo, and Mr. Evans, son of Mr. Evans visiting England by the Henry.         Nov. 22 - The transport ship Wood- ford ; 522 tons, E. Chapman commander, from the Downs 5th of August, with 99 male prisoners, and a detachment of the 39th Regiment, with a quantify of naval and other Stores. Passengers - J. Bur- nett, Esq., Colonial Secretary, Mrs. Bur- nett and family.   SAILED. Nov. 24--The ship Hugh Crawford, 371 tons., W. langdon, R.N., for Sydney, &am...

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CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 November 1826

CRIMINAL COURT,     MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1826.                           James Goodfellow, was tried for stealing certain articles in the dwelling-house   of one Paul Piers - Guilty. John Richmond, a private in the 40th Regiment, for stealing 23 sheets of tin from John Robinson. Pleaded - Guilty. Mary Pendle, for stealing a child's frock, the property of Mrs. Dixon of the Waterloo Inn - Guilty, George Appleby for stealing a ring dollar from John Kenworthy, a corporal     in the Royal Veteran Battalion - Guilty, WEDNESDAY. Patrick Dunne for stealing a variety   of articles, consisting of jewellery, watches, wearing apparel, table linen, and other things, - from the dwelling house of Major de Gillern, at the Coal   River, on the 15th of Janua...

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