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THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

THE ITÔBART TOWN GAZETTE. assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The toaf of Two Pounds-7d. Wheat, 42s. a bushel ; English barley, ' 7s ; Cape ditto, 6s ; Potatoes, 8s. - a cwt ; Butter,' 3s. 6d. ^ lb ; Fowls, . 3s/6d. a cotiple; Eggs, 2s. a dozen $ * Milk, 6d. a pint. .Sitting Magistrfite for the ensuing Week, ? » Rev. R. KNOPWOOD, TO CORRESPONDENTS. The Communication of " A Subscriber/* on the Tides and Letters to England, No. 1, shall have an early insertion. We are sorry to be obliged to postpone the other valuable articles now lying ^before us. We request the, Editor of the Colonial Times to send us the paiticulars he al- ludes to in which we have tampered with his Subscribers or Adyeitisements, that we may publish them ; vye our- selves having no knowledge of the circumstances. I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

DEATHS.-Ät Launceston, on Monday             morning the 22d instant, Mrs. BALFOUR, aged 33 years, Wife of Lieutenant Colonel BALFOUR, 40th Regt. Commandant at Port Dalrymple. The death of this amiable lady will be long deplored, and deeply lamented by her widowed husband, who has been thus suddenly bereaved of a tender and beloved wife ; and by her large family, and numerous acquaintance, who have lost in her an affectionate mother and a kind friend.                 At Sydney, July 2, Ensign GORE, 57th Regiment.         At Sydney, July 8, Master HUGH PIPER, aged 12, son of the Naval Officer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

HOBART TOWN: PRINTE-'D BY HOSS AND HOWft Government Printers* ^ i

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, August 24, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   August 24, 1825       The undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom, and a Ticket of Leave, during the last Week :— CFRTIFICATES. Lot Oakes .............. Surry (S) Wm. Copperwheat.. Ditto Benjamin Strafford .. Dromedary   Thomas Jackson . . . Ditto   John Radford........... Lady Castlereagh. TICKET OF LEAVE. James Amos..Shipley, Bath. JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.  

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SUPREME COURT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

SUPREME COURT. I SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. Trial of Joseph Broadhead, John Eve rist, Charles Bradbury,and William Buck- ley, for robbing Mr. Haywood ; and of' John Rap, John Taylor, and Charles Jackson, charged with harbouring and re- ceiving the same, knowing them to have committed the said robbery. The Attorney-General.-This is,an in formation 'filed against the prisoners at the bar, charging the first four with breaking mt® the house of Samuel Haywood, and j the three last as being accessaries after the fact. Ray kept a house in Town, near the Penitentiary; Taylor was servant to Mr. Wells, but allowed to go upon his own hands; Jackson had been Mr. Ilaywood's own servant, and was after the time of the robbery in the Public Works. 1 lament to say that every crime short of murder has been committed on this occasion. (The learned Gentleman then proceeded lo state the circumstances of the case, which will appear in the course of the evidence.) Mr. Haywood had been robbed some time before, ...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. The vaccine establishment have made an arrangement which enables them to supply every demand whatever, and from wherever it comes to them. They have sent out 77,000 charges of lymph since their last Report. It appears that not more than 18 out of 8000 are susceptible of the variolus disease afterwards. An association is forming for the pur- pose of producing silk in England and Ireland- a useful hint to us. Besides the mulberry, other plants have been found to afford food for the silk worm, as lettuce, endive, and others. We may also remind those who are disposed to attempt this elegant source of profit, that it is not necessary to wait for the growth of a large tree to commence, their opera- tions. Suckers, obtained from seed or cuttings, not higher than raspberry or currant bushes, are best adapted to give nourishment to this valuable insect. As some proof of the value of wool, £24,000 were given as damages in an action, Sonnett v. Powell, in March...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

i Murder! Jt FREE PARDON AND ONE IÍUNDRED POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS JOSEPH THOMSON, ** a Private in His Majesty's Fortieth Regiment, was, on Monday last, inhu- manly murdered in the District of Gle- narchy,* by some Persons whose Names are at'piesent unknown, a Reward of One Hundred pounds will be paid lo any" Person-jor Persons who shall give .such Information as will lead to the Appre- hension and - Conviction of the said Offenders;-And J am authorised by His Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR IO make/known, that, in addition to the above $Wal?rnfff''-©ñe- Hlnfdi eft 'Pounds/ a Free Pardon will be given to any Pri- soner, now undçrv$e Sentence of the. Law, not a Principal in the said'Murder, who shall give such Information as will the Means of apprehending and con- ing ihe s-iid Murderers. A. W. H. HUMPHREY, ' ; Superintendent of Police.. Police Oßice, Hobart Town, I * J2¿/¿ August, 1825. >_J [MRS. MARÍA LORD, in returning' 1V8 Thanks for t lie-very kind and liberal Support which she h...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED.   August 21. The brig Glory, Captain Cle ments, from Sydney 29th July. Passenger Major McLeod. Cargo - 3000 bushels of maize, for Government, 20 chests tea, 3 bar- rels gunpowder, and 1742lbs tobacco. Same day. - The schooner Sally, from D'Entrecasteaux channel, with oil. As she was careening in the harbour, on Wednesday morning, she heeled and filled with water immediately ; she has been since got up. SAILED. August 26. The brig Duke of York, for Macquarie Harbour, with stores. STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 15TH TO 22D AUGUST, 1825. "Thermometer\Bnromete from icterlBnr to j Iron lo Wind. Result. M. T. W. T. F. S. S. 34 34 37 36 33 38 40 57 49 53 57 55 57 50 "29.9 29.4 29.5 30 30.1 29.7 29 7 29.9 29.4 29.8 30 30.1 29.7 29 7 W. W. N. N. N. S. s. Clear. Rain. Clear. Clear. Fine. Fine. Fine. Note. - There was a heavy fall of rain on Tuesday night, and on Wednesday morning. The heights round Town were covered with snow, which disappeared in the ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, August 17, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town,   August 17, 1825.           MR. ARNOLD FISK is appointed Chief Distict Constable for the Districts of Caledon, Staffa, and Ormaig, vice Mr. ADAM PUCKETT, resigned. Mr. THOMAS GRAHAM is appointed Constable at York Town, vice BARRETT, dismissed.   Mr. JAMES PARISH is appointed Pilot for Port Dalrymple, vice Mr. JOHN THOMAS, removed By His Honor's Command,   JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, August 18, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER.   Government House, Hobart Town   August 18, 1825   MR. WILLIAM BENNETT is appoint- ed Chief District Constable and   Poundkeeper for the district of Methven, vice Mr. ARNOLD FISK, appointed to the District of Caledon, &c. By His Honor's Command,   JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. * , COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. '. ' * JUNE 21,1023. .ORESH ' MEAT.-The undermentioned ?*. Quantities will he received, as speciiied, viz.- * HOBART TOWN. Scpi.2. Samuel Hood .... 7000, at 3f d. ' Í). Ditto. 7000, ditto 30. Ditto. 7000, ditto 23. Ditto. 7000, ditto SORELL. John Wade, weekly Quantity, during the K Quarter, at 4d. per lb. RICHMOND BRIDGE.   Roger Gavin, weekly Quantity, during the ' * Quarter, at 3§d. per lb. JERICHO AND LEMON SPRINGS. Mutuel Hillery, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at*4d. per lb. BAGDAD. William Kimberley, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4cl. per lb. GLENA...

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GOVERMMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, August 24, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House     August 24, 1825; MR. THOMAS ROADKNIGHT is ap- pointed Chief District Constable   and Keeper of the Pound for the Dis- trict of New Norfolk, vice Mr. JOHN PEARCE, removed. JOHN AMOS (per Shipley) holding a Ticket of Leave, appointed a Constable for the District of Bath. Chief District Constable, ARNOLD FISK is appointed Keeperof the Pound for the Districts of Caledon, Staffa, and Ormaig.       By Command of His Honor,   JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 August 1825

ERRAI A, in the letter of " Agrícola" in our las! :-F f universal read illiberal slang ; iii i o/ponent WAU opponents;-and for intel- ligent i eau useful in formal ion. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, AUGUST 25, 1825. ILLS OF* EXCHANGE.~Nume rou*. Application« having been made for Bills previous to {he Departure of the Ship Cumberland,' Persons desirous of piocuring the same are informed that Tenders will bereceivedf till 12o'Clock of Monday, the fifth ot 'September, for Bills tobe diawn on His Majesty's Treasury apainsl Spanish Dollars. The Spanish Dollar received, as here ' tofoie, at Five Shillings; the Colonial Dollar at Three-fourths of.the Spanish Dollar ; and the Dump, at One löürtlr. ' It í« re<jtie,8tedThát"i'fte Píemium, per Cent, may he stated in Words at Length, and such Tender endorsed-»' Tender for Bills." . - . Ai MOODIE, A. C. G. Sheriff's Office, August 25, 1825. n the Supreme Court. Llojd v. Marsh. , . , To be Sold by Auction, by Direction of the Sheriff, «iit Mr. ...

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THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

a HE HOBARt TOWN GAZETTEV Assize' of Èreâd'Jbr Hie ensuing Weelo, ; The Loaf of Two Pounds-7£d." Wheat, 13s. avbu>hel ; English barley; 7s; Cape ditto, 6s; Potatoes, 8s. a cwt . Butter, 3s. a lb ; Fowls, 3s. 6a. a couple;; Eggs, 2s. a dozen ; i Milk,, fid. a pint ; Tea, «£l4.a chest » Sugar by the bag; 5d.a lb. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Weekf k : .,>;? « Affle ck Moo.Di n¿. Esq. . ^ TO OÔaRESPONDENTS. We base, jjaceiijed .a-lellct sjgned_ «_« Hydro - gen/' proposing to establish a Company for lighting"äobarl1!pw»atid Launceston wiib Oil Gas. We-thi&k favourably of the scheme}'and will publish the Com« niuuicaiiumis «oon as we have room. lu r.ep!v to «. J. P/'-Sffir «."Agrícola," hop- ing wé will o'in1|r no article of new«, and/ complaining thal *rio copy of the other Paper comos to5 their District, we beg to aáSUre them, that every authentic article of public interest shall be diligently inserted, and that thotigh-our matter is more com- pressed*, we trust it ...

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MY CUPBOARD.—No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

MY CUPBOARD.-No. T. Tbeiei^ at a tertjdn ofijce in Down nsi^tiept, a huge' close», commonly 1(l||e(| y-/-À#>s Cuph«aid, in which the va- lons voluminous disp itches of a ceitain latnolic chaiacter aie deposited. At the imel left England there were, in this re lOäitory, in all about 1300 letters, mar cllously well assoited, .according to the abjects ; each subject being in two com utments, onemaiked ffro and the other Ion. This was deviçed\on account of he fluctuating naiuie of these commu- tations; it being found that, at pani« uUr peiiods of the moon, an impwriam »pinion would an'eve iii fayour of a mca iire, which would, shortly after, be con lolled by another dticctly against it. lu shott, whenever th'e Gentleman of the Cupboard was pro artfie rust qimiter, it Ms generally observed irrat he would be- nnie con al the full. Amongst the sub- its tims arranged, 'wai1, in the year « one maiked ^'l*hè Jmy Ques. I(,n." Co« was as full as it c'ou d hold, "it 'pro was then empty i, à t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

. ADVERTISEMENTS, h ' prilPtENCY BILLS.-J. Gill begs \* to inform the Public, that, being unable at present, from an unloreseen Event, to honour the Cuuency Bills re- cently issued by \\\m, he will be happy to meet such as ma) remain Holders of the same, on the first Monday m No- vember, * at the Waterloo \\\\\, whete their Demands shall be thank!ully and prom ply answered.__^ THE 'Celebrated Government Entire Suffolk Horse SAM, will cover Maies on the same Terms as last j ear; yiz. Eight Dolíais, and One Dollar the Groom.-He will Stand this Season at the Government Farm at New Town.« Application to be made at the Engineer's 1 Office. CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. 1%/TARY DANIELS, leaving the Co -*-??? lony hy an early Oppoitunil\, le quests Claims to be presented. «3 * ,Mr Jamcs Trotter Gregson» leaving the Colony, requests ^Claims to jbe presented.' S Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jackson, leaving the Colony, ícqnest'Chims to be, ptesented. , 2. Mr. ^Daniel Mrnda^, leaving the Colony on the Ship Cu...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. The Mexican Government, very libe- rally, propose entirely to remove the duties on the exportation of gold and silver from that tenitoiy. The confined policy of many of the Continental States, and the liberality of the Russian Goternment, augur an un- pleasant result shortly in the politics of Europe. From the "Bahic to the Adri- atic, from ihe mouth* of the Cattaro to that of the Vistula, the unhappy system adopted by the great Germanic Powers, irresistibly urges the inhabitants of an immense zone of provinces to stretch out their arms towards the Muscovite dominion. They have but one way to escape'the danger which threatens them ; and that Í9, to imitate Russia in the depth ofjier views, and the generosity of her measures towards her subjects. The Sultan of'Persia has issued a fir- man prohibiting ihe use of the Holy Bible'in that country, which we are happy to find is not much attended to. « The export of wool has been prohi- bited for two hundred...

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LETTERS TO ENGLAND.—No. I. TO W. H. ESQ TEMPLE, LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

LETTERS TO ENGLAND.-Nb. I. TO W. H. ESQ TEMPLE, LONDON. " My dear Friend, " The earth has now made three com- plete revolutions round ihe sun since we parted at Cox's quay. It is strange, when I reflect upon it, that any vicissitudes of life should have induced me voluntarily to undergo separation from my friends ; to desert their delightful company for a wild and enthusiasttc scheme of emigration Much, however, as I feel the deprivation of your society, I must say I do not yet regret my coming to this country. I have already informed you of my voyage. About six weeks after leaving the .Cape of Good Hope we discovered land. As we approached the shore, every eye was at woik, and every glass in requisition, to examine the favourite spot of otu adop- tion. At first its aspect wa* steep and wild, presenting little to the view but hills on hills, coveted with trees of a dusky brown colour, the naked white stems of which gave them an uninviting appear- ance. As wre ascended the Derwent, h...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

j ; British Extracts. We ilä/V^ received English 'P?péis by tlip SecuVit'y up to the ,l3ih A pi ii. The official intelligence of the separation of this Colony Horn New South Wales has not yet airiVed ; hut letters have been received from E. Abbott, Esq. the late Deputy Judge Advocate, which inform us that the Act of Council has actunlly been signed and passed, and thal this Co- lony is now Independent. We also leam that General Dalling and Mr. Clay were to leave England in May. An Agricultural Company, similar to that in New South Wales is formed, and many alteiations to benefit this Island, and to increase its respectability, aie un- der consideration, and are likely to be adopted. ^ , The New Yoik Mercantile Advertiser, of March 4', publishes a piece of intelli- gence, similar to some of those efforts of »fancy which distinguish our Colonial Times ;-nameh?fthat a,depu'alion from the Kings ot Fiance and Spain had waited on Bolivar, with an'inyitatiqn to assume the supieme command i...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Sep[?] 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Sept 1, 1826 The undermentioned persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom   during the last Week :- William Humphreys Dromedary Daniel Powell.... Ditto   John Payne ..... Lord Sidmouth   James Lindsay ...... Hibernia         John Montagu, Secretary. Commissariat Office June 21, 1825.     FRESH, MEAT. -The undermentioned Quantities will be received, as specified, viz:~ HOBART TOWN. Sept 9 Samuel Hood. 7000, at 3 7/8d. 16. Ditto. 7000, ditto   23. Ditto. 7000, ditto SORELL.   John Wade, -weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4d. per lb. RICHMOND BRIDGE. Roger Gavin, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 3¾d. per lb. JERICHO AND LEMON SPRINGS. Samuel Hillary, weekly Quantity, during the Quarter, at 4 d. per lb. BAGDAD. William Kimberley, weekly Quantity, during   the ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., ARRIVED, Sept. 1. — The Government brig Prince Leopold, from North West Bay, with a cargo of timber. Sept. 2. — The ship Security, Captain Ross, from London 17th April, Madeira 11th   May, with a general cargo of merchandize.   Passengers — Mr. Frederick Bell, and three in the steerage.       STATE OF THE WEATHER, THOM 22D TO 2ßTH AUGUST, 1825. Tliermometer\Barometer from J lo If rou M.i T.1 WJ TJ S J 5.1 38 3G 35 38 35 -35. 33 5« 50 51 55 57 52 |29 8 »29 7 r2t)r? Í29 7 29 5 29 5 Í29 4: Wind. Result. 29.8 29.7 297 29 5 39.5 29 5, 29 4 N. N, 3N. N. N. N. E. Showers. Rain. Rain. Clear. Showers. Raitt. S11 myers. We are accustomed to view, with a jpalous eye, the advertising list of those w ho are about to leave the Colon}'. The unceasing efforts of the Pi ess, at Sydney» to -increase this, list is well known and might be guarded against, seeing that self-interest inny"vtoè supposed, in some degree...

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