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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—T. BELL, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 January 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—T. BELL, Esq. SHIP News.—Sailed on Sun- day morning last for Port Jack- son, the Government colonial brig Prince Leopold, Mr. Robt. Brown master.—Passenger, Mr. G. Reibey.— She conveys to Head Quarters the detachment of the 30th and 48th Regiments which recently arrived as guard of the prisoners in the Lord Melville, under the command of Lieutenant Waddell of the latter. Remain in the harbour, the brig Alert, and the Derwent schooner.   The Supreme Court resumed its fittings on Monday last/—There was only one cause ready for trial, being an action of assault and trespass, in which the plaintiff laid his damages at £2000, when after considerable argument by the Solic- itors on both sides, and examination of witnesses, the Court in consideration of the circumferences of the case, gave judgment for the plaintiff, damages £50 and costs.       The Court then adjourned to Saturday ; and   will, we understa...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 January 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Letters and Papers to the 18th November, from the Cape of Good Hope, state, that govern- ment had ordered surveys to be made of the coast lying to the east, where there is a very ex-   tensive district producing the finest wheat. so     flattering are the future prospects, that about three hundred emigrants have lately arrived at the Cape from the northern parts of England, to take the management and direction of the extensive agricultural districts. His Majefty's ship Dispatch had been sent by the governor to open the navigation of the river, to complete the surveys, to fix upon a harbour, and found the new colony. At the suggestion of Mr. Hoblyn,of Sloane- street, a quantity of cocoa-nut oil has recently been introduced into this country from the island of Ceylon. It has been ascertained that   this oil may be very advantageously employed as a substitute for spermaceti oil, as it is con-   &...

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HOUSE OF COMMONS.—MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 January 1819

HOUSE OF COMMONS. - March 2. POLICE OFFICERS' REWARDS. - Mr. Bennet brought forward his motion respecting the rewards given by Acts of Parliament to Po- lice Officers, &c. on the apprehension and con- viction of criminals. He should move the re- peal of the acts alluded to, and the amendment of the law on the subject ; and in doing this he thought hs was only complying with that evi- dence which had been laid before the Police Committee. It was notorious, he said, that criminal and dishonest characters were allowed to range at large till they were of "weight," as it was called ; that was, till they were worth 40l. This was a dreadful state of things lead- ing to the encouragement of crime; to the bring- ing up of juvenile depredators, that they might afterwards be sacrificed, to the violation of laws and the stretching of evidence, and to the formation of conspiracies to entrap others into the commission of crime. This species of of- fence was not new. In 1786 a conspiracy w...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 6th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

QOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS.) Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 6th, 1819» THE HONORAIH ino JUDGE of the Su- preme Couitof New South Wales and iU pendencies, BARRON FIELD, Bfquire, bavJ {i? fixed his Embarkation for Port jickfon ou »joard Hi« Majofty's Cutter the Mermaid, al ¡be Hour of Six o'Clock To-morrow Morning, (he LIEUTENAMT GOVERNOR'Í Btrge is to fcP in Attendance at that Hour to convey the ¡Suprema JuDOR on board. j A Salute of Thirteen Guns to be fired from palgrave Battery, upon the Judge of the Su» Jrflme Court leaving the Shore, ia Compliment o hil Embarkation. By Commandof His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. R. Robinfon, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

t[J~HoNOR the LiEUTiNANT GOTBRWOR has thought proper to direft, thal all Public Communications which may appear in the 0BART TOWN GUETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom the^ may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR),_ ILE.ROBINSON, Secretary»

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 6th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

¡GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 6th, 1819 ?THE LiiUTBNANT GOVERNOR having * Reafon to know that in Come Inftances a Iriffic has been carried on in the Interior of| ike Country,by conveying Spirits from Hobart IWn to th% dilforent Stock-keepers in Ex- change for Skins-a P raft ice highly detrimental to good Order, tending to encourage Drunken* oefs and Negloft of their Duty in the Stock- men; and to occafion Lois of Property» to their Employer« ; It ia hereby declared, that all Pirfona who ?obtain Permits for removing Spirits iüto the Country are hound to carry fuçh Spirits direft io the Place expreffed in the Permit':--And any IPtrion who mall bo found carrying Spirit* from Houfe to Houfe'/or from Stock-yard to Stock- yard, for Sale or Barter, ihall be fubjeft not only to the Seizure of fuch Spirits, but further (»a Penalty of Ten Pound», upon Conviction of the Offence before one or more Magiftrates. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant...

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TEN POUNDS REWARD. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Monday, January 25th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

TEN POUNDS REWARD. PoLici OTFIC8, HOBART TOWN, Monday, January 25th, 18194 [tirHEREAS fome eviLdifpofad Perfons did |VV in-ihe Night of Friday laft/tho 22a In. lint, wickedly and malicic-uíly knock down lad doftroy many Thou fand of 3he new-made ûnburot Bricbihat were (landing in Ihe Go- vernment Brick Fields on *he North Side of Hobirt Town. A Reward of Ten Pounds Sterling is hereby offered io any Perlon or Per-' ions who will give fuch Information at this. Office as will lead to ihe Apprehénfion and Conviction of the Offender*. ] By Older of A, W. H.HUMPHREY, Efq. Superintendant of Police, W', ENGLISH, Clerk.!

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R, Knopwood, M,A. SHIP N»w8,-On Saturday taft returned from her íhort WW^fS^ voyage to Macquarie Harhour, ^^^^^HisMajefty'a cutter Mermaidj ¡Lieut» KINC, Ra N. Commander, for the pur pofe of receiving on board the Honorable the Judge of the Supreme Court ; who embarks on Ihi» murVto Port Jackton to-morrow mornipg. Samo day arrived from Macquarie Harbour alfo, the brig Sophia, Captain Kelly, wicht another cargo huon pine, On the 26th ult. the Young Lachlan schooner   arrived at Port Dalrymple from Sydney. Pas- sengers, Captain Howard and William Gore, Esq.; which gentlement have since come over-   land hither His Majefty's cutter Mermaid, and the brig1 Alert, will fail early to-morrow morning for Port Jackton, mould the wind permit.

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SITTINGS OF THE SUPREME COURT. Barker v. J[?]mott. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

SITTINGS OF THE SUPREME COURT. Barker v. Jemott, This was an action for damages, for slander- ous words alleged to have been spoken to the plaintiff under the following circumstances :--   In October last the defendant brought an ac- tion in the Lieutenant Governor's Court to re- cover from the plaintiff the amount of expences to which he had been subjected in consequence of having been summoned and bound over to keep the peace on a complaint to the Magistrate's   by Mr. Anthony Fenn Kemp, founded upon a report to him by the plaintiff his clerk, of threats imputed to the defendant towards Mr. Kemp to horse-whip him ; and which complaint was     dismissed by the Magistrates. Barker obtained a verdict in the Lieutenant Governor's Court; and it appeared that in con- versation with some persons after the trial, the     present defendant had said of him "There stands   a public perjured informer." ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

IN the Course of a few Days will Sail for Port Jackson, the Derwent Schoo-   ner, Captain CARR.-All Claims and De- mands against the said Vessel or Officers are   requefted to be presented to Mr. Haywood in Macquarie-ftreet for Liquidation. Í3 W. LoANF,TSfq~. proceeding to Syd ."*. ney, requefts all Claims againft hir to be immediately prefcnted for Paymeri to Mr. Haywood, at his Refidence i Macquarie-ftreet._ f|^ S. AMOS, Efq.oneofr.be Solicitoj -?? . who came down on the Circuit ( the Supreme Court at Hobart Town, ii tending to return to Sydney on the De went Schooner, requefts all Claims again !him to be immediately prefented for Pa 'ment at Mr. Haywoods._ ¡I/IADAME DHOTMAN and FÀMII A" proceeding to Sydney, requcit s Claims to be prefcnted for Payment. HOBART TOWN! PRINTED BY At 9£JN

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

w ANTED immediately, TWO good THRASHERS, io be employed tnj llhnftiing oot from" 500 io aooo aufhält of I Wheat.-Apply co Mri HOMCAQYI io Col Hm.ftrccti" " 1 ['???? . VALUA8LE FEEEHOLD ESTATE. . To be Sold by Auftion, if not previouily i difpofedofby Private Contracl,by Mr. LEWIS, s lit hil H ou fe in Livtrpool-ftreet, on Monday! the 8th loftant, at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon i jorecliely, amoft Vtloable Freehold Farm con-'] filling of One Hundred Acres of fine fertile, iSoil, beautifully fauateinthe Diftriclof Queen* borough, bounded on iho South fide by Flax» more's Farm, bearing Weft thirty.fcven Chains, on the Weft by a North line oMwenty-five Chains to the Gully, on ¿ho North Ade by the Gully, and on Eaft by the Derwent River; the Property of James Nairn, to whom the Rítate was granted by Governor MACQUARIE. Several Acres of the Farm hive been culti- vated ; ind a Creek, fupplied with good water throughout the year, runa through «he Farm, upon which a comfortable Dwelling is er...

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FROM LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 February 1819

FROM LONDON PAPERS. EXTRAORDINARY MEMORY.-A letter from a gentleman io New York to his friend in England fays :->«t A wonderful phenome- non has appeared in this country lately, and a» the circorafUnce is curious, and fo much the topic of convocation, I (hall endeavour to re. lite it aa clear as 1 can, A boy, under nine years of age, who reads fo imperfectly that it may al moil bo faid he is entirely ignorant of it, and who ia quite unacquainted with figure», yet poffeffes the afton!(hing power of multiply, ing numbers fo aa co give the refult of the mod difficult quoftions. For in (lance, a perlón aiks him how mach 5678, multiplied by 5678, or any other number, will produce; he appears to con fid« r fóra moment, and will then give the exicl furn« If aiked, how,he knows that it is fo? he fays he cannot tell, but »hat it is lo« The Govta have offered to take charge of bfs edu- cation, bat his father would not part with him, but prêtera exhibiting his wonderful powers in ¡different...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 February 1819

? ? I ... I , . '. . ? * ? ' . I * His HONOR the LIEÜTSNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper io direft, that ali Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART 10WN GAZETTE, ana SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, arc to be cotifidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS MONO*), H.E. ROBINSON, Secrttartf* -j- _-*_,_._,_ ?.-- - - --.-.-? - ? -

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—T. ARCHER, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 February 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-T. ARCHER, ESQ, SHIP NEWS.-Sailed on Sun- day last for Port Jackson, His   Majesty's cutter Mermaid, Lieut. King, R. N. Commander; having on board the Honorable the Judge of the Supreme Court and Lady. Sailed on Monday last for Port Jackson, the brig Alert, Captain Brodie. -Passengers, Rev. Mr. Youl ; William Gore, Esq. ; Mr. John M'Queen ; and Miss Brennan. Soon after fix o'clock on Sunday morning last His Honor the Judge of the Supreme Court of the Territory (BARRON FIELD, Esquire), who lately came down on a Circuit to this Island, embarked on board His Majesty's cutter   Mermaid in the Lieutenant Governor's barge, under a salute of 13 guns from Mulgrave Battery. A Coroner's Inquest assembled at New Nor-       folk on Monday last, to view the body of the unfortunate old man Matthew Wood, who had been so inhumanly murdered by two villains on the Wednesday previous, as we report- ed in o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 February 1819

TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, and immediate Possession given, a very Valuable Farm consisting of 130 Acres of fine fertile Land, with a Dwelling-house erected thereon, situate at North West Bay, and for- merly belonging to John Cressall, a Marine. —ALSO, two Mares, one Horse, and two Bales of Bengal Blankets ; the whole the Property of the late Captain Jones, of the Ship Cochin. Further Particulars may be known by apply- ing to THOMAS WILLIAM BIRCH, Esq. in Macquarie-street, Agent for the Deceased.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 February 1819

I Ñ the Courte of a tew Days will Sail fir Port Jackton, the Derwent Schooner, Captain CA R a.-All Claims and Demands againft the faid Vellel or Officers are requefted to be pre fented to Mr. Haywood for Payment. RW. LOANS, Eiq. proceeding to Sydney, f requefts all Claims againft bim to he im- mediately prefented for Payment to Mr. Hay- wood, at his Rcfidence in Macquarie-ftreet. T S.AMOS, Efq. one of the Solicitors who * esme down on the Circuitof the Supreme Court at Hobart Town, intending to return to Sydney on the Derwent Schooner, requefts all Claims againft him to be immediately prefented. A PT A IN HOWARD begs to inform the Inhabitants that he is now felling off the Remainder of his Ia ve it ment imported on the Duke of Wellington, at very reduced Prices for ready Money ; and as he intends leaving the Colony in a fhort time, he requefts all Perfons indebted to him will fettle their refpecti vc Debts without delay. A ALL Persons are hereby cautioned against trespassing by fall...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 18th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 February 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 18th, 1819. HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR     on considering it Necessary to direct a   more strist Enforcement in Hobart Town of the Government and General Orders for keep- ing the Streets clear of Animals, which, to the Annoyance of Passengers and the Destruction cf Cleanliness, are now frequently wandering through the Town ; the inhabitants are cau tioned not to allow their Horned Cattle, Horses,or Asses to be at Large in the Streets ; and the District Constables are enjoined to put in Force the Government and General Order of Date 31st August 1816, which directs all Cat- tle found at Large in the Town to be Im- pounded, and the Owner to be subject to a Pe nalty of Five Pounds for each Horse, Ass, or Head of Cattle is found at Large in the Streets, besides the usual Expences and Fees due to the Pound-keeper, and Five Shillings for each Head to the Constable or ot...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 6th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 February 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Grovernment House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 6th, 1819. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having Reason to know that in some Instances a     Traffic has been carried on in the Interior of the Country, by conveying Spirits from Hobart Town to the different Stock-keepers in Ex- change for Skins - a Practice highly detrimental to good Order, tending to encourage Drunken- ness and Neglect of their Duty in the Stock- men; and to occasion Loss of Property to their   Employers;- It is hereby declared, that all Persons who obtain Permits for removing Spirits into the Country are bound to carry such Spirits direct to the Place expressed in the Permit:- And any Person who shall be found carrying Spirits from House to House, or from Stock-yard to Stock- yard, for Sale or Barter, shall be suhject not only to the Seizure of such Spirits, but further to a Penalty of Ten Pounds, upon Conviction of the Offence before one or more Magistrat...

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EXTRACT FROM GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Head Quarters, Sydney, Saturday, 16th January, l819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

EXTRACT PSOM I GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. ' w ' ' Head Quarters, Sydney, Saturday, 16th Jârmary,;l819» :î l8 EXCELLENCY, tK* GOVERNOR bil been ple&ïed to appoint Mr. RoiE RT W. bviK to act as Affiftant Surgeon at the Settle- ment of Port Dalry m pi« io Van Diemen'i Land, iß the Room of Afliftant Surgeon John Smith, who refign's tnaiSitiiitiôp« Mr. Owen 2» to commence drawing Pay »s AfliiUnt Surgeon OB tht Medical EítabliHiment mi Port Dalrymple, only from the Day of his Arrivtl at that Settlement, and relieving Affiliant Surgeon Smitfj.. By Command of His Excellency j îhe^Goverrtdr,-' H;C. ANTILL, Major of Brigade.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

"His HONOR, the LIEUTENANT GOYERMOR has thought proper to ftirefct, that all Public Communications which may appearing« HOBART IQWH GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confideredasOffic^i Communications made to thole Ferions to wnom tne.y mayxeiaic, f B ir COM M ANO OF HIS HONOR), H, E. ïto B I N I O N > Secrttar¿[»

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