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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 June 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esquire. SHIP NEWS.—Arrived on Wed-   nesday last from England, the ship Lady Ridley, Captain Weir, with 137 male prisoners, none having died on the passage.—This vessel left Portsmouth in company with the Marshal Wel- lington (which arrived here several weeks ago), and on her passage touched at Rio, where she re- mained three weeks for refreshment. The Surgeon Superintendant is Dr. Wilson, of the Royal Navy ; and the Officer of the Guard, Lieutenant Marshall, of the 48th Regiment. This afternoon sailed for Port Jackson, the ship Caroline, Captain Taylor ; having on board His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief, Mrs Macquarie, and Master Macquarie ; with the Honorable the Judge Advocate of the Territory, John Wylde, Esquire, Major Taylor, of the 48th Regiment, Lieutenant Macquarie, Aide-de-Camp, and William Redfern, Esq. Sailed on Saturday last for Port Jackson, His Majesty's colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta, Captain Grey. &...

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 — 30 June 1821

SALES BY AUCTION. «Y M». LIWIS, On the Premife9 of Mr. Miridith, adjoining Mrs. Kearney's, in Argyle.ftrrct, on Monday next, »ho 2d July, 1112 o'Clock, "the following Goods, viz - *TTUiMBLERS of fizei, goblets ditto, decanter?, finger -*. bïfons, tea trays, waiitfri, bread bifkoti, door locke, pocket booki, gentlemens'and ladies' whip», candle flicks, coffee filierere, &c, &c. - Prompt Payment io Caih or Whee». _ BY MB. MYITI, At hie Auction Marr, in Baihurft.flreet, on Tuefday the 10th Dayof Ju'y next, at 12 o'Clock precifely, under end by Virtue of . Bill of Sile, A Capital FARM, at New Norfolk, confuting: of 30 Acres of rich Lind (nr'ginal|y granted to John Whiiehouic), s crem P»rl ot which is in a high Sttie of Cultivation, together with the Building« now creeled thereon,- For fu'ther Particulars apply *o the Auc- tioneer; or to Mr, li. L. Mu a ray, el his (jenoral Agencr Offic?, Collins-ftrec'. r 1'HE Provition»! Cciumittco ot Van Diemen'* Land, -*? under ihe Sm...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, June 30th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

¡Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, June 30th, 1821. rHE Increase of Business, and of Demands upon the Time and Attention of the Lieutenant Go mor, which the augmented Population of the Settle ents occasions, having for some Time indicated the ecessity of adopting such a daily Arrangement of fishless as may at once enable the Lieutenant Go mui to diaehdi^e his Duties, und to obviate Delay (1 Disappointment to those who have Occasion to ply lo, or correspond with him ; the following- Hc ilations are notified : The Secretary's Office ¡s removed to the House ad ining the Government House, late the Residence^ io Deputy Judge Advocate. The Lieutenant Governor's Office is Hut heretofore cupied as the Secretary's ;-the Entrance to which ¡it the South-end of Government House. The Public Officers and Magistrates have at all lines Access to thesLicutc?iant Governor. The In aliitants of the Settlement, who desire to have per ?onal Interviews with him, are r...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 7th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

Government Public Notice. Secretary's U/fice, Hobart Town/ Saturday, July 7th, 1821. HpHOSE Períons who íubmiiiod Momoríala or Potí« *. tions for Mitigation oí Sentence to Hia Excil« lbncv Hie Gove a noa in Curar, "through the LiBur« TBNANT Govbrnor, are defired to apply et th« Secmary's Office for_ Anfwoia, on Saturday next, thd í.-ifh Inílint» By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinlon, Secretary«

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 30th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

Government and General Order«. GûV«8NMSNT HOUIÍ, HOBART TOWN, Saturday* June 30th, 1821» HIS Excíllincy the Govkrnor in Chiif, iuthcCourfe of hi» recent Journey acrofsHhe IfUnd, having óbforvod with Regret lèverai Flock» ol Sheep without any Shepherd; »ad, adverting to the frequent Plunder which ie complained of inclut Species | of Property, His Excillrncv has inßruäed .ino LnurtNANT Govsrnor to addrefathe Settlors and i S lock «owner» on the Moafuresj which their own lu« terflfts, ino ProtccYioo of »heir Property, and tho Pré- vention ol Crime, point out for Adoption, The Luutenänt Governor has hld ihe painful ufk of noticing at earlier Period», Xhe littio Car« and Superintcndanco that a great many Stock.owner» give to their Herds j»nd Flocks, which Neglcft is not only Iajurious^o their own Property, but conduces mainly to facilitateîttat Plunder which is often connived at, if not carried on, byftheirowr» Serrants." The Prcfervstioo of Stuck Property deppnds efTen« tially ontho Car...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 7th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   Saturday, July 7th, 1821. ALL Prisoners of the Crown, holding Periodical   Invalid Tickets under the Certificate of the Col- onial Surgeon, are to attend at the General Hos-   pital, on Saturday next, the 14th Instant. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 7th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

Government and General Orders. Government Home, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 7th, 1821. Mr. John Pearse is appointed Chief District   Constable and Inspector of Stock in the   settlement of "New Norfolk, in the Room of Mr. , H. Cawthorn, who is appointed Chief District constable of the Macquarie District, including until further Notice) the District extending from Clyde to the Shannon, which His Excellency the Governor in Chief was pleased to   name the Sorell District. Mr. J. Pearse is appointed Pound-keeper at Elizabeth Town, New Norfolk; and Mr. J. H. Cawthorn is appointed Pound-keeper of the Mac- quarie District, according to the established Regu- lations, By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

C0MMHSAKIÀT Ofkíoi, H6ñatt Tovk, June 85th, 1821« LIST of Perfons from whom MEAT will be re- ceived {or the Supply of His Majefty's Maga zines in Van Diemen'« Land, for the Quarter end ing September 24th, 1821. At Hobart Toivh. lbs, >iy h September 1 E. Lord, £fq. 10500 T. W. Birch, Efq, 6oco 21 D, Stanfield, fen, 4500 Ditto 10500 8 28 A. F.Kemp, Efq. 7000 Ditto 10500 Mr. R. Barker 2000 Auguft 4 William Prefnell 1500 ,Mf. John Rifelsy 6000 '5 Mair. Sty nae & Troy ' 4500 Mr. T. C» Simpfon 2000 it Thomli Stanfield »000 James Healey 1000 Michael Lackey 2800 john Burrowa 1500 John & F. Chipman 1200 Thomas Peters 2500 jofeph Chipman îçoo Wm. Ahle, fen* »500 Catherine Chipman 1000 'Wai, Ahleijan. 1500 21 Francia Cox 1000 Mr. Wella 8000 George Porter 1500 William Nicholls 2000 18 Caroline Nicholii 500 Mr. T. W. Stocker 7000 z9 Mi(TeiH.&C»Bowec i 100c Francis Cobb 2500 Charles Williams 2500 Edward Garth, fen« 2500 25 Edward Garth, jun, 2500 Mr, A. Morna 7000 James...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 July 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood. M. A.   The male convicts from the ship Lady Ridley were landed on Tuesday, and were inspected by His Honour the Lieutenant Governor, preparatory to their being assigned to their several occupations and services. The prisoners by the Lady Ridley arrived very healthy, and landed in a very clean and orderly state. A Bench of magistrates was held at the Police Office on Tuesday last ; before whom David Myers, Daniel Garcia, and Geo. Wells, were charged with felonioufly stealing, on tha 21st of June last, from the premises of Mr. Bethune, in Macquarie-street, nine beaver hats, the property of Mr. Hugh Munro, to whom it appeared in evidence, that two of the hats were afterwards of-     fered for sale by a black man named Loll, who is in the habit of hawking goods for sale ahoût the town for peo- ple ; and who, upon being accused with having stolen property in his possession, immediately declared ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esquir[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 14 July 1821

HOBART TOWN.       Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esquire. SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday last arrived the ship Midas, Capt. Beveridge, from Macquarie Island, having left a gang of men there for the purpose of procuring elephant oil and seal skins. The Midas experienced such very bad weather while at the Island, that she was con- tinually blown out to sea, from which she lost an anchor and some of her lower copper. The ships Lady Ridley, Marshal Wellington and Duchess of York, will sail for Port Jackson to-morrow, or early in the ensuing week. We noticed in our Gazette a few weeks ago, the frauds practised by the alteration oí sums on some 0 Hie printed promissory notes issued by the inhabitant ol'this town. Notwithstanding several persons ha\¡ been since detected, and others apprehended, ou sus pieion of being the pei pell atora of some of these for geiies, we have again occasion to mention, that this species of offence still continues, for the Pu...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 14 July 1821

Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, July 14th, 18.21. TVrOTICE,--It is requefted, that all Holders of J-* Store Receipts, or others having Claims againft His Majefty*s Government, connected with the Commifiariat Department, previous to the 25th of May laft, will immediately apply for Payment of the fame to Deputy AfEftant Com miiTary General Hull, for thofe payable here, and t© Aâing Deputy Affiliant Commiflary Ge- neral Archer»- for thofe payable at La'uncefton. _A. Moodie, A. C. G. TREASURER'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN         14th July, 1821 THE Salaries for the June Quarter will be paid at this Office, on Tuesday, the 17th Instant, and the   following Day. E. F. Bromley, Treasurer of the Police Fund. Claims and Demands. CAPTAIN BEVERIDGE, of the Ship Midas,leaving the colony in said Vessel, requests all claims to be presented.     Mr. Luckay, Chief Officer of the Ship Midas, leav- ing tbe colony i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 14 July 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Home, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 14th, 1821. THE Likutrnant Governor having ob« ferved, in the Proceedings of the Magiftracy, federal recent Inttances of a füg ned Servants being tried and convtâed of great Mifconduft towards their Employer; and confidering it neceflary to enforce the Obedience and Induftry of the Con- vins in affigned Service, and to viiit with im pre/five and durable Reftraint thoíe who (hall be found Guilty of Diflioneßy, Disobedience, and Neglecl toward» the Employer to whom their Service is affigned by Government ;~From the Date of this Order a Lift will be kept of all af- figned Servants who fljall be returned to Govern« ment Labour under a Magiftrate's Conviction and Sentence for Mifconduft in their Service; md all Men fo convi&ed and fentenced (hall be placed in the Building for Male Pr i (briers now in Progrefs, and (hall remain wholly in Government Labour for three Years, forfeiting any Claim to Indulgence...

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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 July 1821

European Extracts. The whole line*of thoroughfare from Charing | Crofs fo Parliament-ftreet is now lighted with brilliant gas lamps, which arc furmounted with gilt crowns. The pedeftals are of caft iron, in which are pourtrayed the letters G. R. IV. The improvements in Scotland-yard have rapidly ad- vanced. All the old buildings having been re- moved, and the fine well-built ttrcetnow extends from Whitehall nearly to the water's edge. The laft houfe on the eaftern fide of the itreet has been creeled for the Attorney-General. The windows command an cxtenfive view near the river, and into the County of Surrey., The houfes on the weft fide are not yet quite finiihed. The wharfs at the back of Northumberland-houfe frill remain ; they belong to the DuKEofNoRTHUtóBRRiiAND; but when the leafes expire, we underftand that further improvements are in contemplation. Among other things talked of it a handfome water- gate oppofite the Admiralty, Slows of theTxubs.-Among the propho. vcies long fa...

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT. Kemp, Esq. v. Walford. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 July 1821

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT. Kemp Esq. v. Walford. This was an action tried last Monday, in which the plaintiff sought to recover damages from the defendant, for killing his pig, valued by him at 5. The case was this ; the plaintiff's pig had repeatedly trespassed upon the premises of the defendant, and had done some damage to his garden. The defendant.therefore con- tended as he could not catch the plaintiff's pig, and as lie was also fully warranted by the practice of the Settlement, under such circumstances, to kill the pig, lie had done no more than what he conceived he had a right to do. But the Judge said, that the plaintiff was clearly entitled to a verdict. It appeared all along the defendant knew the plaintiff was the owner of the animal; it was therefore not necessary, as had been stated by the defendant, to catch the pig to en- able him to sue the plaintiff for any damages he may may have sustained ; and, because other persons had not thought it expedient to resist simila...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 July 1821

SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR. LEWI9, At his Mart, in Liverpool.ftreet, on Wednofdiy next, tin 25th in fiant, and following Days, at Twelve o'Clock precifeljr, till iho Whole be Sold, PLATE-LOCKS, padlocks, latches, ftaplei, hafps, hinges, door bolts, cupboard locks, fncuTers and triya, waiters, tea trays, cheefoirays, drefling cafes, fpice boxes, (having cafes, piftols, .clothes bruihas, fciflbrs, pocket books, corkferews, pocket knives, ciudlefticks, lamps, lad ici' fiddles, gig haraefs, (awi, raíps, files, &c. &c.--Prompt Payment*_ rpu 00 LET, Eight Hundred Acrca of excellent * Grazing Ground at tho Black Mardi, River Jordan, adjoining to Mr. Fryett'a Farm.-For Par- ticulars apply^otha A fling Engineer._ MR. R. Underwood begs Leave to inform the Public, that he has removed from his Premises in Liverpool-street, to that belonging to Mr. Whitfield in the same Street, opposite the Court House.     F Uli 6 ALE, at Mr. Iîithuni'j, ia Macquarie ftreet...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 July 1821

  HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. Robert Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS. - Sailed on Sunday last for Port Jackson, the transport ship Lady Ridley, Captain   Weir, with the Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Wilson, R. N. and Officer of the   Guard, Lieutenant Marshal, of the 48th   Regiment, on board; also,   The ship Duchess of York, Captain Collins, having on board Dr. Espie, R..N., Mr. F. E. Forbes, and Mr. H., Monro, passengers; and,   On Monday sailed for Sydney also, the ship Marshal Wellington, Capt. Martin. - Passengers, Captain Elliott, of the ship Emerald, and Mr. Charles Moore. - This vessel is understood to be intended for Macquarie Island, after discharging the remainder of her cargo at Port Jackson. The ship Midas, Captain Beveridge, will sail for Port Jackson early in the ensuing week. The ship Emerald, under the command of the   chief officer, is about to proceed down the river to jo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 July 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL'ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, July 14M, 1821. THE Lieutenant GovRBNoRvhaving ob íerved, in the Proceedings of the Magiftracy, feveral recent Inftances of aligned Servants being tried and convicted of great Miiconduft towards their Employer; and confidering it neceflary to enforce the Obedience and Induftry of the Con- vins in afligned Service, and to vifit with im preflive and durable Reftraint thofe who (hall be found Guilty of Diihonefty, Difobedience, and flegleft towards the Employer to whom their Service is affigned by Government ;-From the Date of this Order a Lift will be kept of all af- figned Servants who (hall be returned to Govern- ment Labour under a Magiftrates* Conviction and Sentence for Mifconduä in their Service; and all Men fo convicted and ientenced fhall be placed in the Building for Male Prifoners now. in Progrefs, and (hall remain wholly in Government Labour for three Years, forfeiting any Claim to Indulgence from anter...

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Proclamation, By His Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, Esquire, Captain General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 July 1821

Proclamation, By His Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, Esquire, Captain General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c .&c. Whereas it seems expedient to repress in a Degree the present Custom, and to diminish the great Number of Persons trading as HAWKERS and PEDLARS in different Parts of the Territory, whereby not only the Interests of the settled Trader have be- come injured, and much Fraud and Knavery practised, but settled Callings and Business become neglected, and relaxed Habits of Industry and personal exertion thus indulged and confirmed. Be it hereby, and it is hereby ordered, declared, and ¡reeled by the Authority aforesaid, that from and af- ter the Eighth Day of May next, every Hawker; Ped- lar, petty Chapman, and every other Person or Persons trading, dealing, and going from Town to Town, Settle- ment to Settlement, or to other Men's Houses in Boats, or travelling either o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 July 1821

We perceive by the London Papers which we have received by the arrival of the Countess of Harcourt, that the inhabitants of Stratford-upon-Avon had it in         contemplation to establish in that town a Shakespeare Club, in honour of that immortal Bard; and to com- memorate the anniversary of his birth, on the 23d of April, by a grand ball, under the auspices of the Mem- bers. The natal day of Shakespeare is by a happy coincidence the festival of St. George, the tutelar Saint of England, and also the day on which our pre- sent gracious Sovereign has chosen in future that his birth shall be celebrated. The Marquis of Londonderry died at his seat of Castle-Stewart, in the county of Down, on the 8th of April, in the 83d year of his age. His Lordship is succeeded in his titles by Lord Castlereagh, His Ma- jesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. The papers of March and April announce several ships to be in preparation for these...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate.—Thomas Bell, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 July 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate. - Thomas Bell, Esquire. SHIP NEWS. - The ship Countess of Harcourt, Captain Bunny,   entered the river on Wednesday, but owing to strong contrary winds, she did not reach the port till yesterday morning .- This ship sailed from Portsmouth on the 19th April, and brings 172 male convicts.   Surgeon Superintendant: Mr. M. Pryce. Officer of the Guard, Enfign Drew, of the 46th Regt. The Countess of Harcourt has made one of the quickest passages yet known. On Monday last arrived the brig Jupiter, Captain Risk, after a tedious passage of 31 days from   Port Jackson, having left there the 23d ult. The Jupiter made the Heads of the Derwent on the 7th instant, but owing to a very strong gale setting in from the southward just as she was   entering the river, was compelled to put out to sea;   and from the weather continuing very boisterous, was unable to make the port again till Monday. - 16 days...

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