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HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 December 1824

HOME. There is a land—of every land the pride, Belov'd by heaven o'er all the world be- side: Where brighter suns dispense serener light, And milder moons imparadise the night ; A land of virtue, valour, wisdom, truth, Time-tutor'd age, and love exalted youth : The wandering mariner, whose eye explores The wealthiest isles—the most enchanting shores, Views not a realm so bountiful and fair, Nor breathes the spirit of a purer air ! In every clime, the magnet of his soul,   Touch'd by remembrance, trembles to that pole ; For in that land of Heaven's peculiar grace, The heritage of Nature's noblest race, There is a spot on earth supremely blest,   A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest; Where man, Creation's tyrant, casts aside His sword and sceptre, pageantry, and pride !     There woman reigns—the mother, daugh- ter, wife,       Strew, with fresh flowers, the narrow'd way of life; &nb...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 December 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR,-Very short answers will suffice for the three Queries of your Correspon- dent, Nadoc.   1st-Whose property is the Organ? There can be no proposition more self evident than that a purchaser has the property of any thing purchased, until he otherwise disposes of it. The organ therefore is clearly the property of the subscribers, and, as such, is of course at their sole disposal. 2d.-Who has tne appointment of the Organist ?-This query is answered by the 1st. None but the Subscribers have a right to even interfere with this privi- lege.-The Assistant Chaplains of the Co- lony are itinerant, and in no way what- ever have any property in the Churches at the stations where they are temporarily posted. The Chaplain (the Rev. Mr. Marsden) only, has a permanent abode. The Clergy here can in no way be liken- ed to incumbents in England, with whom they have nothing in common : they are more in the nature of Naval or Military Chaplains...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE PROROGATION OE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 December 1824

BRITISH EXTRACTS. THE PROROGATION OE PARLIAMENT. ' LONDON, JUNE 25.-The arrangements in the Painted Chamber for the Company in the New Gallery^ 'for the especial ac- commodation of His MAJE&TY, and with- in the House of House of Lords around the iThrone, were not completed till 11 o'clock 'this morning. By 12 o'clock the company were admitted, but long before that hour, the several doors of admission were thron ¡gçd^with persons who had tickets. The company for the body of the House were in full dress, the ladies with feathers, &c* The road from Carlton Palace, along' Charing-cross, &c. to the House of Lords, was covered with gravel in the line over which the Royal Carriage passed. His. MAJESTY left Carlton Palace, with the usual attendance of the Great Officers of State, at 2 o'clock, and arrived at the House of Lords precisely at half-past two. The livliest acclamations were heard on all sides, as he proceeded along, and when he alighted at the New Royal En...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 December 1824

Government & General Orders. Goverment House, Hobart Town, December 16th, 1824.     IN Reference to the Government and General Order of His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in Chief, dated the 31st of December, 1814, all Persons desirous of depositing Spirits in the Government Warehouses in Van Diemen's Land, are required to enter into approved Security by Bond to the Naval Officer, for Pay- ment of the Duty thereon, within Twelve Months from the Day on which such Spirits may be landed, and also for the Payment of Warehouse Rent for the same, which will be charged as heretofore, at the Rate of One Shilling Sterling peír Cask, Case, or Package, for every Week they may remain in Store after the ex- piration of One Year from the Date of their Deposit. Tobacco will be admitted into the Go- vernment Warehouses on Condition of the Importer entering into similar Bonds; which Tobacco will be chargeable with Warehouse Rent after the lapse of One Year from the Day of its being landed, at the r...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. Sitting Magistrate—E. F. Bromley, Esq. We are requested to state, that the Meeting of Bank Proprietors, for electing Directors, is postponed to Monday the 3d January, instead of Monday next, as advertised in the front page of this week's Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 December 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. Sitting Magistrate- E. F. Bromley, Esq. We are requested to state, that the   Meeting of Bank Proprietors, for elect- ing Directors, is postponed to Monday the 3d January, instead of Monday next, as advertised in the front page of this week's Gazette.   Wisdom and liberality are twin sis- ters, and our present Ministry appear to have wedded them. Every measure   they propose is obviously sanctioned by   the strongest reason, and by the purest   sentiment. They seem in our view des- tined to support the glory of Britain in every way.-And, to prove that these     observations are not, what an Advocate of Colonial celebrity would designate as " garnish," we extract the following clause from an Act, intended to be pas- sed, and which was printed on the 19th 'of last May, in order to be laid before the House of Commons: "And whereas it hath sometimes hap- &...

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 — 17 December 1824

Sheriff's Office', Dec. 16th, 1824. in the Supreme Court. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed, and obtained on Judg- ments awarded by the late Lieutenant Go- vernor's Court and the Supreme Court, I will cause to be put up by Public Auc- tion, at the Time and Place, herein after- mentioned, the Right and Title of the fol- lowing Defendants, to the Property and Effects, in the following Causes : At the Market Place, Hobart Town, on Wednesday, the 29th Instant, at 12 Clock, Brooks v. M'Leod; Read v. Same; Wemyss v. Same ; Lowes v. Same. FOUR Acres of Land, with a large Brick Dwelling House erected thereon, situate at Kangaroo Point ; 30   Acres of Land, situate at Kangaroo   Bay ; and Two Boats, with Oars, Sails, &c.     Lord v. Worrall. TWO Working Bullocks, a Horse,   100 Acres of Land, situate at the   Black Brush, and about 300 Sheep. Walker v. Martin. FjTHOSE veiy extensive Premises...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

Co £uí>0mítrt0* The Hobart Town Gazette, which lias now been established nearly ten y ears, will, at the commencement^of the ensuing year, make its appearance on a somewhat larger scale,' printed with a small-new type,-and on su perior strong paper. The Proprietor takes this opportunity of respectfully informing his Subscribers, that, owing to the very great expense by which the publication of this ¡Gazette is now attended, and as the mode of giving credit for the Pa- pers is accompanied by losses continually in- creasing, he will m future be obliged to look to all persons whatever (including of course those ioho even riow take ihe Gazette) for a quarter's payment IN AD?4$C)B ! Eut, ht begs toMdd, that, instead -of- tpiising, as some " might expect, the price of the Gazette, in con sequence of its being enlarged, he will, from the time of the advancement being made, low- er the price as much as Twelve Shillings per annum'. It wilhthen be only Ten Shillings for the quarter-a savin...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

B1UTI3H EXTRACTS. . The two'newly-appointed Sheriffs for the-City of London and the County of Mid- dlesex are, Mr. Alderman Brown and Mr. Alderman Key. < v - Sir'Thomas John Cochrane, Knight, is appointed Civil Governor of Newfound- land.1 The naval and military command lias been annexed to that of Nova Scotia. 'Mr. Justice Richardson has resigned his office as Piùsme Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, in consequence of indis- position» > ' ' - Mr» Gaselee,' King's Counsel, was on' Thursday informed by the Lord Chan-' pejlor,' that^ he was appointed to the vacant seat on the Bench of Common Pleas.1' Mr. Sergeant Vaughan had, we be- lieve, expected ' the appointment, and will2 probably succeed on the next va eancyí > ' - Schools, on the Lancasterian plan, are rio'w cbeing introduced in every part of Greece. ' ' Tnè<-$um of ,£250,000 is sent out of Britain, annually, to purchase the pro- duce of the bee. ' ' During the last year (1823) 800 work- men's cott...

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NEW DISCOVERY BETWEEN PORT JACKSON AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

NEW DISCOVERY BETWEEN PORT JACKSON AND TORRES STRAITS.   (Extract of a Letter from Capt. Sumner, of the Avon.) - " SEPT 17. - At 5 half P. M. saw a range of breakers and coral reefs from the mast-head, extending from S. W. to N. E. as far as the eye çould dis- cern, with an islet or rock to the N. E. hauled on a wind to the S. S. W. Two islands resembling sand banks, with trees, were seen bearing S. W. by S. ; stood on towards them until the coral bottom was discovered under us, when We tacked to the E. N. E. soundings in   stays to cast 18 fathoms. " Sent the gig to explore the Islands, distance off them four miles, and stood off and on until her return. Her report was that reefs extended from both Islands in an E. S. E. direction, that they are otherwise steep to approach - not finding a goood landing on the Northward, they pulled, to the southward - soundings be- tween them 20 fathoms and not less than 9. Landing on the N. E. side of the Is- land, found ...

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SUPREME COURT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

SUPREME COURT   OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. On Wednesday the above Court assem- bled for the last time prior to its adjourn- ment, when the following sentences were   recorded:—             Francis Evans, Samuel Davidson, and Francis Ward, for sheep stealing; Hans Onison, for burglary ; George Fryar, for stealing in a dwelling-house to more than the amount of 40s.; Robert Goldsmith, for highway robbery ; and Joseph Richards, for stealing wheat— Death.   James Carr, John Danley, James Mit- chell, and Hugh, M'Giddis, for privately stealing in dwelling-houses ; James Wil- liams, for stealing a 4-dollar note ; Thomas Williamson, for stealing 10 lbs. of pork and a ¼ lb. of tea ; Joseph Thomas, for stealing a pair of half boots ; and Thomas Grogram, for stealing a carving-knive— Transportation for seven years.     Samuel Shaw and John Pomeroy, for privat...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2 lbs. 9d. Currency. Sitting Magistrate—James Scott, Esq. HOLIDAY AT THE BANK TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

Hobart Town Gazette, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24                     Assize of Bread, the loaf of 2 lbs. 9d. Currency.           Sitting Magistrate-James Scott, Esq. HOLIDAY AT THE BANK TO-MORROW.           Accustomed from our earliest youth as we have been to consider civility a right which is due universally from the most   exalted to even the most humble, and impressed with a conviction that perso- nalities are never requisite, either for the maintenance of trulh, or the exposition of error, we observed an article, in the latest Sydney Gazette, which at once excited compassion, and by doing so ex- tinguished resentment - an article which we had never imagined the Free Press of Australia would abuse its power by promulga...

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A CHRISTMAS HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

A CHRISTMAS HYMíí.' " Spirit'Öf Love ! my' soul inspire ","'.' With that immortal sacred fire, !; '\-X Which tuned the son of Jesse's lyre,/ , s ' ïn swefet celestial melody ;''".', ! "Co cerebrate.the hallowed;morn,,,, , vu,;?.,-,? < Which saw"the;hlest Emanuel borñ, , \\,, t Lu a lowmanger laid forlorn, ,. XX i,tv. ']' Devoid of pompous pageantry. , X, !M,. . While musing on this humble scene, : The.passions calm, the mind serene, . ',/,. I feel each haughty thought within i .«. > : - Suppressed by deep humility. '.,, bl ; . ' V My S0U.1 his name exalt and bless j-. \ :.->i: . Ye lays my grateful thanks express !. . * Extol his wondrous holiness,! - ? iii His kindness and benignity. \'.-v^; Oh ! may<T highly prjsré that lore, ' ^ v ,' Which 'did his boundless Toèrcy move, '' ; To^leave*thé'gTorioùS; realms-above,' ' ';'-"' " - "j(Oh*mairvellpus matchless ciémeucy;!) And; to* tiíus valeof tears descehajv ?;. . ' ^ His rebel offspring to befriend, ' . ".V...

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THE LATE GENERAL MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

THE LATE GENERAL-MACaUATlIE. j Major;Genera;! Lachlan Macqjkärie was borricón the 31st ofsJahuàryy X762j Jin the Jsje of ¡Mu)!, ijv Argyllshire, in^pçth Britain. \ He rêceiv'ed!i.hisrfirlstv^cpmmis sion in tl)e, army...oh'"the 9th ,pf April, Í777, when ' little more than ? 15 yéârs-o^ age, arid immediately joined',his llègU ment (the 84th Foot) ' in North/Átnerica"¡ and continued -to serve: there iand in] 'the'1 West Indies, until the i cjonclusipnipf the American war iii J.7S3»~ Remaining atftometfrpm the, above pe riod until 1788, he then^ent out to In- dia as, the, Senior,Lieutenant in the^th Föbi,'6ii:ytrhich' establishment he remain- ed* tor-17;'years'; arid,, was one of thegn dian army from Bombay.; which served in Egypt under General Sir David Baird, during .fhevErencri invasion 'of that coun- try/by <îîionaparte..;. ¡ At Boñ)^)av] he -held succe^siyiêiy -thefpl^owjng-st^iapppint meiitsjnameiyV' "" '?' .,.!;.. i -y.,., .;. . 1. Paymaster cf the 77th« Regt, v ï' ;? ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

(¿ro^mri^ïijt:'& Grènérai, Oîrdérs.] IN" Reference "to- We* Government and j G©heraUÖ£der of His EXCELI,EÑ CV the| GOVERNOR in CHIEF, dated the <3'lsfc Of\ December, 1814, all Persons desirous of. depositing' Spirjts;> in the ^Government; ¡Warehótftes in Van 'Diemen's Land) are; irètjmrèd to çhter into approved Security; ¡by Bond''to' the; Naval Officer, for*Pay-j ¿mont of the Duty thereon, within Twelve j Months from- the Day-on which such; .Spirits ' may be landed," and aleo for, ¿he Payment of Warehouse Reñí for tile ?same, which will be charged ás heretofore, at the Rate i of One Shilling Sterling per .Caeky'Case^ or Package, 'for every;Week they may5 remain iiv Store after the'ex- piration; ¡of One Yeaf from th.e' Date of their Deposit. ? {'?'y'f->;V *---;;^.:.-t, . :? ??.'-._ ' ^Tobacco^wilí be admitted^ into the Go- vernment Warehouses on Condition of the -Importer entering into similar. Bond's*;\ \yhich Tobacco ¡wii 1 be chargeable with. ''Warelíó'us...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday evening last the Australian Company's ship Portland, Capt. SNELL, R. N., bound from Port Jackson to Madras, put into port in stress of weather and to water, having lost her fore-yard and sus- tained other injury, in a gale of wind, off the South Cape, which lasted for 9 days. She has been 18 days from Sydney (hav- ing sailed on the 3d instant) ; and has on board 125 soldiers of the 48th Regiment, (with 29 women and 71 children) under the command of Captain ROBINSON, our late much respected Secretary. Lieut. Roberts is the other Officer of the detach- ment; and Dr. Dixon, R.N. is the Medical Officer in Charge — it was expected that the remainder of the 48th, under Captain Allman, would follow in about two months. — The Portland will, we under stand, resume her voyage this evening.     The ship Princess Charlotte, and brigs     Deveron and Ann, which lately left this port, arrived at Port Jackson previously to t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 December 1824

; ( v Sheriff's Office, Dec. 23d, 1824. \fli> the Supreme Court. : < '» BY Virtue, of Writsi of Fieri Fa^cias tome directed, and obtained on Judg- ements awarded by the.late Lieutenant Gio-, jverno'r's' Court and* the' Supreme Court, <I will 'èaUse io be put up by Publip, Áuc .tîoni at'the Time arid Place herein afte'r mentiOned, the Right and Title of the fol- lowing Defendants 'to the Property and Effects, in the felkWing Causes : ,Atuthe lylarket Place, Hobait Town, on Wednesday next, the 29th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, Brooks v. M'Leod; Read v. Same; Wemyss v.^Same; Lowes v. Same. FOUR Acres of Land, with a large Brick Dwelling House erected thereon, situate at Kangaroo Point ; 30 Acres of Land, situate at Kangaroo Bay ; and Two Boats, with Oars, Sails, &c. - Lord v. Worrall. TWO Working Bullocks, a Horse, 100 Acres of Land, situate at the Black Brush, and about 300 Sheep. } ( * Walker v. Martin. THOSE veiy extensive Premises situate in the Township...

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ROSENEATH AND COVE POINT FERRIES. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 31 December 1824

ROSENEATH AND COVE POINT   FERRIES.             To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR, - Fair competition has at all times been held useful as a check upon the evils attending monopoly or exclusive privilege, and as a stimulus to the attainment of the greatest excellence in public conveniences and accommodation.     The letter in your Gazette of Dec. 17, signed "A Tea-tree Brush Man," loses   sight of this great object, and indeed ex- hibits no other than that of calling upon the Public to give a preference to the fer- ry of Roseneath ; upon which I am induced to offer a few remarks, which I cannot doubt will be allowed a place in your col umns.               The ferry for which "a Tea-tree Brush   Man" is so warm an advocate, and one of that Se...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 31 December 1824

'JW i OST,- a Nbte^bf '¡Hand for. the Sum of IJtîiP^SO Stër-lihgydrawri" by Samuel. HeU <îèry, off York Plains^ ill ¡favour pf George Grëeii, payable "on íthV'Slst'-Decéniber (this day), and-witnessed "W. Korr¿-All Fétfsótis are* therefore cautioned against taking the same upPa^ment or otherwise 5 artd\àby ' Person restoring .the' same, pr ^iyiiag^ Informatidn-'ßp that it may beNre cpvered, will be haridsorhelywewarded, by applying at the Gazette Office. ^>ifàiSlÎPRËME*?oURTP .;»7 ?.»?> iJ¡'*':'í j Public ;A#ptioiï, aï the Times qndPiqçesj tyweinafter-mentipnedifi! the ¡Bight and ¡ ;2Me 0/V/TteDefendants, toi the Property and Effects nienUomä'w. the allowing \ Çaiiïès,:-: '?.?* . ;i^;,i¡ri:uí,:! ? '..?'" ;/'/--,- uj':, j jAt.the! Market ¡Plaée,; BJptórf! Tovvn';; ! f^ on Saturtiaj^^h^núary^ lßS56?; ;'.,"' I lBrpoks\*y. M'Lepd;; Read t\< piarrie;;, I ¿iWemyss v.; S*iüe; Bovfes-ü.iSämei. F"-Brt WO¡. Houses land ' Five Acres " of \\ JLf Lähd, situate at Kang...

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To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 31 December 1824

&u&tüji*ciiiet#* 1 ' The Hobart ToivnGazette¡ which 'has now been established nearly tcnyears,will,at the commencement' of the' ensuing year; make its appearance'on a somewhat larger scale; prïnt'éd'witha small new type, andmon'-su- perior strong paper. ' ?''?'''?""' ,; TAé'Propriétor.takes this"opportunity, of respectfullyinforming his Subscribers, that, óióip.g'to the'very great expensé by ivhicUthe publication tiftfiis [Gaketie is now attended', aHd'astJiQyñióde'óf\gimty JJèrs'is acconípaniéd by losses continually in* creasing] he>vjill:infutureb¿ "obliged io look* toonil'persons eJiatßvbr Y i^'clitding\of courbé t'ItVtèja' Q^./>'/v^.>îd*l>À,/i .ty +ré°i>á'4Í\a {¿jinr'nita \ ' -finn sequence vj iisociitg. émargea, ne wui.fjrom^ thetiine of the advancementoeing^üdéfloiB*. er ifä'ptäceas.itä ánniwt. ?? ItwilFtnenbe pmy.^n'Shitlingsí 'jfôr*iheyfl'uàrtèr~a'fâ met'the ' a0fàlatto^ofiniûnà;^h^ eniéred 'tfiéir'ntyîiès as NUw Subscriberi by preVioiislijpciy...

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WILLIAM EDWARDS alias LOOK AYE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 31 December 1824

WILLIAM EDWARDS alias LOOKAYE. It appears that his real name is Alex- ander Lookaye : that he came out to this Colony a convict for life in the Ship At- las, and on his arrival here in October 1819, he was sent to Newcastle for twelve months, for having preferred false char- ges against the Surgeon Superintendent     and master of the ship: that he was re-   ceived from Newcastle with a bad cha-   racter on the 21st of February 1821 ; and employed at Head Quarters as an overseer of light works, in consequnce (sic) of having been hurt on the arm whilst at Newcastle ; but during his overseership he abused the confidence reposed in him ; that he was dismissed in consequence, and   put to work in a labouring gang: that he   was subsequently a government servant     to the late Mr. Solicitor Wylde, from whose service he absconded, and was ad- vertised among the runaways of the 8th Dece...

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