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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 13th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Hpufe, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 13th, 1819. I.XJTSHJOWOR the LIBJJTI NANT Gov*RNj. *-i OR cônfidf ring ír Neceffary to direft a more ftr>£l Enforcement in Hobart Town of the- Government and General Orders for keep- ing the Streata clear of Animals, which* to the Annoyance of Pa Hangers and the OeftrucYion of ClearJioeft, are now frequently wandering ¡through 1he Town; ¿Ibe Inhabitants aro cau- tioned not )o allow their Horned Cattle, Horfei, or Aiïes lo bo at Large in the Streets; and the Diftrift Confiables aro enjoined io put in Force the Government and General Order of Date 31 ft' Augoft i816, which direfta all Cas- tle fp"fQUtid,at i+arge.inHhe Town to\be Im- pounded, and the Owner "to be fubjecl io a Pe- nalty of * Five Pounds for each Horfo, AÍs^ or Head of Cattle io found at Large ia th« Street«, befidfa ¿^leirfuraJ Exrpences and Fees due*'to "the Poutidtiteepdr, arid"Fiyo.Shillingr for each Head to the Confiable or other Perlon ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th February, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS^ Government Houle» Hobart Tovvn, .Sacurd^VjaOth February, 1899 THE Inçretfipg Number of Caris in Hobart Town and its Vicinity rendering, it Ne ceflary for ttto Security of Perfoas and Proper» ty that tbey,ihould be Regiftered and Licenced, io Order to their being placed under Regulation accordiagco Law:;.*- . < . '' '. ? It is hereby ordered that'onfbr before the 20ih Day lot March next, all Owners of Cart», Cars and Timber Carriages in Hobart Town, or within Ten! Mil es thereof, (hall takeout a Licence at the Office of'thé Su perin tend <j aot of Police? The Owner?» Name, Number of Licence, andtPhcecof Abode, ihaJlb* painted ' on the X)uiíide of each Cart, Car,- or Timber ' 'Carnage; in-legible Letters and Figures; and my Owner neglecting to have his Cart, Car, or Timber Carriage fo regiftered, licenced and numbered, and hisWamo and Place of Abode (o marked upon it, (halt be fubjeft to a Fine of not leis than Twenty Shillings nor excee...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 20th Feb. 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. de&aRTARv's OPFIC«, 20th Feb. i8aq. PhRSONS Refident, permanently or other* ways, ia this .Settlement who may intend) to take (nipping frona Van Diemen'* Lind at Port Dalrymple, and who may provide them«! fal ves with che Certifícate from, the Deputy Judge Ad vue »te, after the ufu ii "Notice by Advertifemeot, as required by Law, aro appri lid that fuch Certificate mud be exhibited at "this Office, agreeab'y to Regulation, in Order to the LIEUTENANT GOVCRNOR'« Authority for the Perlons embarking from Port Dalrymple being tranfmitted to the Commandant ; with out which no Perfon proceeding from the Der» -¿veut will ho cleared.out at Part Dalrymple* By Command of His Honor, , . -i,H-.R* Robinien, Secretary. -'Deputy Aflîltahti Commíífary oeneral's Office, r * -i 'Hobart Town, 20lh February, 1819. A Quantity of STRAW (not exceeding ' Fifty «Tons) being required for the Uie " of the Horfct belonging tothe Crown, employ. - «d ¡n the Public Service at this...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS. A late Nerv York raper contains the foi» towing dreadful account : RICHMOND, JULY a%-A Gentleman of great refpectabüity im forms us of a voryCingu. lar event which happened a few days fin ce ia Hanover County, on the plantation of a Mrs.       Hawes, within a few miles of this city. A negro woman left her sucking child asleep in her cabin to bring water from the spring, Oa returning to thedaor.ofher humble dwelling, wh^t was her aftonifhment and horror St feeing a black snake coiled around- the neck' of her infaat, with its mouth applied to and apparent* ly introduced into that.of the child Í Words are too faint to give an adequate idea of the feelings of the mother* With the wild fhnek of horror, (he ruined from the cabin, dying aloud for afliftance, and flew into the prefenco of her miftrefa. There was not a man near. them.-They returned with Hho utmoft precU pitation to th<s cabin, whence they faw the snake depar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

CAUTION.-The Proprietors of the Green- way and Roseway Estates, commonly called   Mortimer's and Preston's Farms, situate be tween Hobart Town and New Town, having   been at a considerable Expense in making Im.       provements thereon, do hereby give Notice   that it is their determination to prosecute, with the utmost severity of the Law, any Person or Persons who shall after this public Caution, cut down, or carry off any wood from the said   Lands, or who shall with their, Carts or Car-     riages, or in any other way trespass on the said Estates. - C. McDonald is duly authorised to impound all Cattle trespassing on the Estates. THE Sydney Packet YOUNG LACHLAN , will sail for Port jackton direct in the 'Course of next W«rk.-For Freight or Passage apply to Capt, Howard, or the Master on board. Claims ¿g«in(t «he Crew to be presented.* ¡Mr» J. Thompson master ; James Allen, Isaa...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 February 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate -Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP News.-Arrived at Port Dalrymple on Saturday last from Sydney, the Government colo-   nial brig Elizabeth Henrietta,   Mr. David Smith master; having on board 93   male prisoners for the use of that Settlement. We derive no intelligence by this arrival. On Wednefday arrived from Launceflon the Young Lachlan Packet, Mr. J. Thornton mafter. The Derwent fchooner will fail for Batavia to-morrow. On the evening of yesterday fortnight, as a young child about 14 months old, daughter of George Lowe, settler at New Norfolk, was playing near the door of its parents, a large black snake, which was unobserved on the pre- mises, bit the infant in the knee. The parents at first considered it only a slight puncture, not   being aware that it was then bit ; but shortly after the poor infant was seized with the dread- ful symptoms attending the bite of a snake, and continued in the greatest ago...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th Feb. 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

RÓV OVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Hoiife, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th Feb. 1819. i fîE increafiog Number of Cans in nonar! Town and its Vicinity rendering it Ne« lîary for the Security of Perfoos and Proper tint they ihoujd he Regifared and Licenced, Order to their being placed auder Regulation ccording to Law ; It is hereby ordered that on or before the 3th Dif or" March next, all Owners of Caris, jrs and Timber Carriages in Hobart Town, rwithin Tea Miles thereof, (hull takeout a HJCIBCO at i he Office of the Superintend Qt of Police. The Owner's Nama, Number ¡Licence, and Place of Abode,(halI bo painted lithe Outfide of lach Cart,' Car, or Timber Binage, ia legible (jettera and Figures; and II; Owner neglecting to hate hil Cart, Car, i Timbar Carriage fo regiftered, licenced and inhered, and his Name and Place of Abode fo suked apon it, ihall be fubjeil toa Pine of )t leis than Twenty Shillings nor exceeding fe Pounds« Any Perfon driving a Cart, Car, or other irri'g", who (h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

Í^Üowort *thc LiBfjriNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direa, that all Public Commanicationa which may appear III th« : HOBART 1OWM GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RE¡>09LTER% figned with any Official Signature, »re to b* conûdered as Official ï GoñiBunicatióQS made tq tjiofe Peifons to whom they may relate. (By COMMAND OP HIS HONOR), . H. E, ROBINSON, Secretary*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

f Hereby give Notice to all Ferions who ttano indebtnd to me, either by Notes of Hand or Book Debts, that if they do not difcharg« the fame without Delay, I am determined co refort to legal Meafures for the Recovery there- of, as it ii my Intention to leave Hobart Town. - . THOMAS PITBRÍ. y HE Sydney Packet YOUNG LACHLAN; * will Sail for Port J »ck foo direct inamedi« stely.-For Freight or PtiTage apply to Capta Howard, or io the Mailer on board* All Claims sgainft the under-named PerfoRl^ who form the Crew of the above Vsflel, art requeued to be immediately prelented fos Payment :-»Mr. J. Thoropion, Mailer, JameB Al|<-n. Hear Peakr, and Richard Mavnder, I .i i II II ? .? III»--- i ii. i ii ii.ni I II» ALL ferlons itaiiuing luoebted to Mr. Ka W. LOANE, either by Book Debts, Notes of Hand, or other wife, are req united «6 Piy the fame without Delay to Mr. Henar HAYWOOD* in Macquarie-ftrect, to preveoß coerftve Meifuies being refqrted to in the on« lutos Lieutenant Governor...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

?-» f. BRITISH EXTRACTS. Letten from Germany ft ate, pófítively, «hat the Order of Malta Ja, about to >e reftored# and that Ruffis-'inH. AqftVia hiva^eclitred them iel vei ftrongly in favour of it. In ex- pectation Jthat this order, fo celebrated by^thé1 Cervices which it rendered ^o Chriftianity, will again, exorcife Us value »gainft the African pirates; an official Gazette has been publifhed in'Sicijyîjentitled The Gazette ofthe Govern* nient of »Maj ta» a t*-ui\!t <.»..,' ,.... . . . ^Lord'Goc'hranc, .^he laie Waftminifter mem- ber, has been appointed by the Indépendant Sttftes öT South' AíTjtóic^ commander of a fquidron.in the',SouOj ;Picific Oí¿*rr,which hef hsa'iccepted.'snd'iaíhóttlycJí-peftedioiíTuraii thjBçommand. , ?. *J Ádrairal^Sír Jofeph Cowley is lo proceed fojrtfiw^hip írelind to affame the command on the Cork, ftation, in the place of Admiral ÂMlaweJlVVho is appointed io command the' fq4|dron ordered for a two rnontht' cruife inj tnefchannel. AU the Roy...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

MR. W. H. MOORE leaving Hobart Town to return to Sydney by the first   Opportunity, requests all Claims against him may be immediately presented for Pay- ment, at his Office at Mrs. Catherine Kearney's, Argyle-street.           JOHN DRUMMOND, Esq., and Mrs, Drummond, .and family proceeding to   Sydney in the Young Lachlan Schooner, request all Claims may.be immediately pre. sented for Payment. '< -I * ' '..'tu ' " ' *" Ï j'.' " ?' ' ' ' '- < Messrs. Kemp and Gatehouse having     received on commission Bengal RUM 20 per cent. over Proof, and Tranquebar Soap of a superior Quality, offer them to the Public at the following prices: Rum, 20s. per Gallon by the Hogshead; Soap, 9d. per lb. by the Box.   frlVE POUNDS.tteW-AR«0;a.Where.| -*.v as on 'the Night ôf23di*br eadV on the Morning of the, 24th Ï nftárit/ fbfti'r/ per fon I or Perfohsa...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS. - On Monday               last sailed for Batavia, the Derwent schooner, Captain         William Carr.         To-morrow, or early in the ensuing week, the Young Lachlan will sail for Port Jackson. The following unusual symptoms in conse- quence of the bite of a snake, we have just been informed of:- Some time ago, as John Thomas, pilot at Port Dalrymple, was returning in a boat from the Young Lachlan, as soon as he had landed, and had only walked a few paces on the beach, he was bit by a snake in the foot. Every means that humanity could suggest were resorted to at the time; but we are sorry to state that the man has remained ever since in a   state of delirium, raving terribly at intervals;   and now remains in the General Hospital at Launceston, under medical care, with very hope of re...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 27th Feb. 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 February 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES.   Secretary's Office, Hobart town, Saturday, 27th Feb. 1819. THE Settlers and inhabitants at the Old Beach and Neighbourhood are apprised   that Mr. HENRY THRUPP is authorized to erect a Pound on his Farm, under the usual Regulations of District Pounds. 2oth February.       PERSONS Resident, permanently or other-ways, in this settlement who may intend     take shipping from Van Diemen's Land at       Port Dalrymple, and who may provide them- selves with the Certificate from the Deputy Judge Advocate after the usual Notice by   Advertisemenr, as required by law, are apprised that such Certificate must be exhibited at   this Office, agreeably to Regulation, in Order to the LtBUTSNANT GovsiNOt'i Authority for the Perlons embarking from Port Dalrymple being trinlmitted io the Commandant ¡ with« put which no Peli...

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

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the   HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official   Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), - H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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

MICHAEL HOWE. - The Narrative of the chief Atrocities and Death of this Murderer and Robber, and of his     Companions, whilst in the Woods of Van   Diemen's Land, will be published in the course of a few Days; Price 5s. to be paid on delivery. Those who wish to secure Copies of this Pamphlet, interesting on many accounts to Settlers and Inhabitants of the lsland, will please to communicate the same to the Printer as early as possible, as the Number printed will be very limited. MR. W. H. MOORE, leaving Hobart Town to return to Sydney by the first     Opportunity, requests all Claims against       him may be immediately presented for     Payment at his Office at Mrs. Catherine Kearney's, Argyle-street. TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, and immediate Possesion given, a very desirable Farm, consisting of 130 Acres of fine fertile Land, with a Dwelling-house e...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 March 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS. In the account published in Dr. Thomfon's, Annals for the month of January laft, of a later embaffy to Afhantee, on the coaft of Guinea, we have the following particulars of a barbar- ous cuftom ; | «« Human ficrifices are fo frequent as to render Carmanoc (the capital town) à very ¡difgufting refidence for an European, They| «« play with a man," as they *erm it, every 43I à*y$, À criminal, or, if none is to be had, a prifoner of war, if of high rank ihe more ac- ceptable, is brought out into an open (pact, and taken polTefiioo of by is or 14 roe« hide» onfly painted, and dreifed in tiger fkin«, each being armed with two knirci. They com- mence by cbrufting a knife through the check, tranlfixing rthe tongue, fo as to prevent their viélim from uttering any cries ; jthoy then in fart a knife near ehe (houlder-blade on each fide of the back-bone| and, liftly, pafs a cord through the clrtilago of the nof». The poor wretch is then made $0 dance, and is mangled with deli...

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ADMINISTRATIONS & PROBATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 March 1819

ADMINISTRATIONS & PROBATES. THE following Letters of Administration and Probates of Wills having been duly granted, or being now about to be granted by the Supreme Court to the Persons after named, all Persons having any Transactions Dealings with the respective Estates are here required to take Notice of the same: Estate of JOHN TAYLOR, deceased; Letters of Administration to Edward Lord, Esquire, Hobart Town. Estate of ROBERT LITTLEJOHN, deceased; Administration to Robert Ogilvie, of Hobart Town, Mariner. Estate of JAMES PRICE, deceased; Adminis-     tration to John Staples, of the Black Brush, Settler. Estate of DOCTOR MATTHEW BOWDEN deceased; Probate of Will to A. W. H. Humphrey, Esquire, and Maria Sarjeant, both of Hobart Town. Estate of SAMUEL LIGHTFOOT, deceased;   Probate of Will to William Thomas Stocker, Hobart Town. Estate of THOMAS RICHARD PRESTON, deceased; Probate of Will to Mrs. Mary ? Stocker, Hobart Town. Accounts of all Claims and D...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 6th March, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 March 1819

    GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.   Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   Saturday, 6th March, 1819. JOHN PATTERSON is appointed a Constable in the District of Herdsman's Cove. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.         Deputy Assistant Commissary's Office,   Hobart Town, 20th February, 1819. A Quantity of STRAW (not exceeding Fifty Tons) being required for the Use of the Horses belonging to the Crown, employed in the Public Service in this Station, during the ensuing Winter; Those Persons who are desirous of contracting for the Supply of the same are required to send in Written Tenders to this Office, on or before the 24th of next month specifying in Words at Length the Rate per Ton at which they will engage to deliver into His Majesty's Magazines at this Station. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor; T. ARCHER, A. D. A. Commissary General.

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HOBART TOWN. [?]ing Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 March 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Archer, Esq. The schooner Young Lachlan, which, for the convenience of loading, was at anchor in the river abreast of Captain Howard the owner's residence and store, on Macquarie Point, was the night of Saturday last carried out of the river by a band of pirates. The master of the vessel was gone into the country; and it appears   that the rudder, bolt, &c. were left on board, and that the lower sails were bent. There being a strong land wind, and the night dark, and   the position in which the vessel lay outside the   harbor enabling the pirates to get her over to the other shore without being observed, she was not seen by the guard at Mulgrave Battery. At day break the event became known, and two Government boats, with the Pilot and a party of the 48th Regiment, were dispatched in pursuit. Soon after mid-day, Mr. Birch's sloop, which was stripped a mere hull, was got ready to follow with anothe...

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

fíis #opfc jjjjp £lBÜ?iN A,WT GOVERNOR -has thought proper to dirj¡&, that all Public Communications which may appear in the ' MOBAix TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER figned with any Ofpcial Signature, an* to be considered as Official Communications made to tlipfe PerCons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMANP OF HIS HOWOR), , TH. E. ROBI wowj Secretary*

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