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

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town. 13th March, 1819 FROM Information received by HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, there seems Reason to apprehend that Outrages have     been recently perpetrated against some of the Native People in the Remote Country adjoining the River Plenty, though the Result of the Inquiries instituted upon these Reports has not established the Facts alleged, farther than that two Native Children have remained in the   Hands of a Person resident above the Falls:-   Upon this fubjeá, 'whic[i the^iitTttiWttt1 GovBRNOa confiriera of the highett ïmjtanaffeb atwell to Humanity as co the Peace and Secu- rity of the Settlement, His Ho a OR csuaotomit add reflin^ the Settlers. ,; The LUVTEN A MT GovaitMOR is aw$r4, that many of tba Settlers and Stock-keepers confider the Natives as a Heftile People, icèip». ing, without Provocation, Opportunities Co1 Deftroy them and their Stock ; and towards wh...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 March 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. Captain Kelly, of the brig Sophia, who we stated in our last to have gone out in Mr. Birch's   shallop, in search of the schooner Young Lach-   lan, returned to Port on Sunday morning, with- out having seen any thing of that vessel.—On Bruni Island, he picked up four seamen, the     crew of the Young Lachlan, who were confined below when the pirates boarded, and were land- ed on that island. The circumstances attending the seizure of the schooner, as they appeared from the evidence of these seamen before a Bench of Magistrates on Tuesday, being fully stated in a Government and General Order in our first page, we need not here repeat their account. Captain Kelly has obligingly informed us that at sea he boarded the ship Lord Sidmouth Captain Wm.Gunner, with 158 male prisoners on board, bound for Port Jackson.—Surgeon Su- perintendant, Dr, Archibald Lang, R.N. The   guard...

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

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, March 13th, 1819. THE Regulation already established in the Territory and this Dependency, prohibit- ing the Owners and Masters of Boats from car-   rying Crown Prisoners on board any Ship or Vessel without a Pass, appearing to have been infringed ; in particular, from the Proceedings before a Bench of Magistrates on the 9th In- stant, there being Reason to believe that a     Crown Prisoner was on board the Schooner Young Lachlan on Friday the 26th Ultimo, the Day but one before that Vessel was carried out of the River by Pirates ;—It is hereby ordered and declared that any Owner, Master, or other Person in Charge of a Boat, who shall convey a Crown Prisoner on board a Ship or Vessel, without a Pass from the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR, shall, upon Conviction, be subject to a Fine of Twenty Pounds, and to the Seizure and Confiscation of the Boat so employed :— One Moiety of the Fine to go to th...

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

LVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. ^Government k4 bufe, Hobart Town, Saturday, March'13th, 1819., ic ni , n,)í £iáuT*NANi Govaasíoa deems uv r itjiëfltry to^ireftand require that. Jas irV* Wto gûiPg tóKw Water, oj! ¡the Vw0»* <*&**«?* »tlh* Entrance of ¡Storm Bay Patfage. on.thjs Side, or the E*t (tremity of the South Arm on che other, fhal) 'be provided with a Clearance from *ihe Naval Officer.-The Boats actually the Property, and liceníed in the M>mei of the Rendent, Settlers in North Weft Bay only cxcepted, when conveying their own Families or Sor» vants, and Produce. The^VeíTelí which receive Clearance under this Regulation 1o briag Grain, or Produce oí any Kind, from Pitt Water, are on their Ar» rival there to exhibit their Clearance *o the Refident Magiftrate, or in his Abfenceiô *he neareft Diftrjft Confiable ; and tbey are to havethe Clearance côunter-figned by that Ma- gi ft rate or Confiable, upon their failing for Hobart Town, and are to exhibit fuch Clear- an...

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

FIFTY POUNDS REWARD. w POLICE OFFICE, HOBABTTOWN, 12th Mirch, 1819. H E R E A S Information and Com- plaint have been made on Oath at this Office, that Two Hundred Sheep,.the Pro- perty of Edward Kimberly, William Kim- berly, Daniel Stanfield, jun. and William Nichols, jun* were on the Night of the 16th of February Iaft fcloniouily taken and driven away from their Graoing Ground at the Tin-diih Holes, near York Plains j and whereas on theaforefaid Information William Morgan, late of Hobart Town, and John Oliver, late of the Blue Hills, (land charged with committing the faid Felony ; and the faid W. Morgan and J. Oliver having iïncefled and abfeonded, the former from his ufual Abode and Reftdence, ¡and the latter from a Confiable who had him in Charge on a Magiftrate's Warrant, thefe are therefore to authorize and require all Confiables and other Perfons to appre- hend the faid William Morgan and John Oliver :-And a Reward of Twenty-five Pounds Sterling is hereby offered for each of ...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Wednesday, March 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 March 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Wednesday, March 10th, 1819.   THE Seizure oí the Schooner Young Lachlan by Band of piratical Convicts in the     night of the 17th Ultimo, was Yesterday investigated by a full Bench of Magistrates.     By the Testimony of various Witnesses, particularly the Naval Officer and the Master and Crew of the Schooner, it appears that this Event is to be attributed chiefly to want of all the Precautions which are enjoined upon Owners and Masters of small Vessels, when in Harbour, viz. to keep a proper watch, to unship their Rudders, and unbend their Sails, and to land them until the Moment of the Vessel's proceeding to Sea; - though these cautions were in this Case more particularly called for, as the Schooner, at the express          Directive of the Owner, was moored outside the Port, in Order to be near his Store upon   Macquarie Point - a Situation much...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, March 18th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 March 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN. Saturday, March 13th, 1819. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint the under- named Persons to be Constables for the District of Hobart Town:-     Joseph Martin, John Ivy Wilson, Joseph Peck, John Gee, Robert Smith, Robert Lawr- ance, William Hollick, Edward Everest,     George CampbelI, Thomas Bathurst; & Thomas Davis for the District of the Black Snake. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Saturday, 6th March, 1819. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 March 1819

I GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Sydney, " Saturday, 6tb March, 1819. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. jfT being officially communicated la Hi« 1 EXCELLENCY *no GOVIRNOB, jointly by ja Honorable the Junget, and the afl'ociated Members of the Governor's and the Supreme Court!, that owing to various Circamftances II fet forth by them, WILLIAM OOII, Efq. IprovoílMuforioT the Territory, ia rendered and da* become difqualtfied for and incapa. ble of performing the Danes of Provofl; Mar. {hil, either «a they have Refpeft io the Couria thomfolvet,or'the Intereftiof the Public; ind (ho Courts having heieon reprefented the Esc» pediancy of Mr« Gore being removed from the further Performance of the Duties belonging to the Dépriment of Provoft Maríhai; His Exe«LLBHCY duly appreciating ihe Motive» efthe Honorable ihe Judges and their iffo ciited Members in making )hii Reprefeota Iiioo, ii pleaíed to order end direct, that from mdiftertheprefent Date, WJLLIAM Goa«, ifq. be, and i» hereby fufpended...

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

His HONOR the LISUTJNAKT GOTBRMOR has thought proper to di reft, that all Publje Communications which may appear in the HOBART ÏOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, ¿re to be confidcred as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. _ :.:.,.) (Bv COMMAND or His HONOR),_._ H. E. RoBINSOW, Secretary»

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Saturday, 6th March, 1819. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 March 1819

»Vi. Abi) QENERAL-ORDERS. ; Government Houfe,;Sydnev, Saturday, 6th March, 18X9. CIVIL OKPARTMBNT. IS ExeELLtNCY the COVIRNOR and ^ COMMANDER, in CRISPÍS pleafed to (iminateand appoint JOHN THOMAS CAMP iLL,Efq, to be Provoir Marihal of the Ter !ory of New South Wales from the prefent ile, in tbe-iftoom of William Gore, Efq, fui aded until the Pleafure of His Royal High ii the PmNci REGENT íhall be made iowa thereon. R. CAMPBELL is to receive the Salary, », and Emoluments attached to the Office i Duties of Provoft Marmal from and after [prefent Date. .'LACHLAN MACQUARIE" By Command,of His Excellency the Governor and Commander in Chief, H. C, Antill, Major of Brigade. fortMarihal's Office, Sydney, Mar. 6,181 o.j hereby give Notice, that by and with the] 1 motion and Approbation of His Excellency Gr over nor, I have appointed Mr. George1 ion, jun. my Deputy in the Office and De ient of Provoft Marírul of this Territory. J. T. Campheil, Provoft MarffiaJ.

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

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart l(Fowhp Saturday; March IStK, r8Wl X it neceífary to direft and require that »li Veffela and Boats going to Pitt Water*' Dr jaffiog beyond tho Point at the* Eotranco -of Storm Bay PaiTage on thia Side* or the Ex- tremity of the South Aim on the other, (had I be provided with a Cle arance from "the j.N.vtl Officer.-The Boats aftuslly the Property, ¿nd licenied in tho Names of she (Re ft dent Settlers io North Weil Bay only excepfedr when conveying their own Families or Sor* vants, and Produce. ,?.] . , The VeiTels which r&ceîve Cleifanceg QngftV this Regulation to bring Grain, or Produce of any Kind from Pitt Water, art 4n,> their. Af» rival there to exhibit their Clear ance ter,the Rcfidont Migiftrate,,ör in his Abfancetotbc neareft Diftntt Cpnftable;' ancHhey are to have the Clcarancccounter-iigned/by tjiat Mi* giiirate or Conftablo,'upon tlieir tailing for Hobart Town, "and are to exhibit fuch Clear* ance to the Naval O...

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

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town» Saturday, March 13th, 1819* THE Regulation already eftablifhed in th« Territory and this Dependency, prohibit* ing the Owners and Mailers of Boa ta from «Jar» rying Crown Prifoners on board any Ship or VeiTel without a País, appearing to have been infringed ; in particular, from the Proceeding« before a Bench of Magiftrateson the çjthlnftaiïf* 'there being Reafon to believe that a Crow* Piiioner was on board the Schooner Young Lachlan on Friday the *6lh Ultimo, the Day but one before that Veflbl wai«rriidöut gitiar River by Pirater ;-It is hereby ordered and declared thal any Owner, Mailer, or other Per* ion in Charge of a Boat, who ihall convey a1 Crown PriToner on board a Ship or V eifel, with» out a Pafs f rdni^tbe'L IIVTHNANT GOVMJMÍO R, fhall, upon Conviction, he fobject to a Fine of Twenty Pounds, and to the Seizure and Con. fifcation of the Boat To employed :-One Moie Cy of the Fine to go to the Police Fund, and the oth...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, March 18, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 March 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTlCEb. SacaaTAáVa OFFIC», March l8,181f>. SETTLERS who are defirous to take Male , Crown Servant» off the. Store, are requefted to make Application at this Office forthwith. T^AVID MAXVILL and WM. BROWN« JMJ are appointed Confiables of the Diflrict of Hobart Town, to be attached to tho Lumber Yard and Department of Works, By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinfon, Secretary. Depoty Affiliant Comráilfary General's Office, : Hobart Town, March 20th, 1819. THOSE Perfons Who hold Prom ¡(Tory Notes or Store'Recaípts given out in Payment for Provifioni, &c» porcbafed on account of the Public Service during the current Month, and aredefiroua of hiving them confolidated by Billson ihtí Deputy CómmiíTary General, are hereby required io prefentdhe (arno at this Office on or5 before Wednefday next, (the 24th Inftanti THOMAS ARCHER, ' Acting Deputy Afliilaot CómmiíTary General.

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwo[?]d, A. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 March 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev.R. Knopwood, A.M. SHIP NEWS. - On Thursday arrived the ship Surry, Capain Raine, with 150 male prisoners.   all direct from England, after     having been at Port Jackson. Surgeon Su- perintendant, Dr. Anderson, R. N. Tfaafc prisoners were landed yesterday and this day in a state of health, order, and cleanliness, highly creditable to the Officers under whose charge they have been ; without complaint of any kind, and with a testimony from the Su. perintendant Surgeon, and Commander of the Surry, to their general good conduct during the voyage. A considerable number have been appropriated to the settlers. On Tuesday put into this Port From Calcutta , with a general cargo of .merchandize   intended for Sydney, the brig Greyhound, Capt. Ritchie.-Passengers, Captain Mackie, of the Honorable East India Company's 30th Regt.   and Quarter Master M'Donald, of H. M. 46th Regiment. She conve...

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[?]T. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 20th 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 March 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 20th 1819. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR   has been pleased to nominate and appoint     Mr. JAMES H. REIBEY and Mr.THOMAS     FLORANCE to be Members of the Lieutenant Governor's Court of Civil Judicature, to be   assembled at Hobart Town on Thursday the   1st of April next ensuing. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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

FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.   POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN.     12th March, 1819. WHEREAS Information and Complaint     have been made on Oath at this Office, that Two Hundred Sheep, the Property of Edward Kimberly, William Kimberly, Daniel Stanfield, jun. and William Nichols, jun. were on the Night of the 16th of February last felo- niously taken and driven away from their Grazing Ground at the Tin-dish Holes, near York Plains ; and whereas on the aforesaid In- formation William Morgan, late of Hobart Town, and John Oliver, late of the Blue Hills, stand charged with committing the said Fel- ony ; and the said W. Morgan and J. Oliver   having since fled and absconded, the former from his usual Abode and Residence, and the latter from a Constable who had him in Charge on a Magistrate's Warranty these are therefore to authorize and require all Constables and other Persons to apprehend the said W. Mor- gan and J. Oliv...

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

DIED - Yesterday evening, after a very short illness, at his farm at Pitt Water, Mr. Robert Nash, aged 48 years. A numerous family and a large circle of friends and acquaintances will lament his loss. During his residence in these colonies, which has been many years, Mr. Nash built several flour-mills ; and on his own farm at Pitt Water, he lately erected a windmill which was much wanted there by the settlers - The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Nash and family are requested to attend the funeral on Tuesday next, at 2 o'clock, from the Ver- anda House, without further notice. HOBART TOWN: PRINTED BY A. BENT

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

By the Surry, we learn that the Sidmouth, which had parted company with her after leaving Rio, and was spoken with off our heads, had arrived at Sydney; as also the Harriet;   and the latter we understand had proceeded to the whale fishery. His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold sailed from Sydney with the Surry for this place with 60 male prisoners. A man returned from Oyster Bay, on Monday, who had been speared by the Natives   supposed to be the same by whom John Kemp was killed some time ago. The tribe which   frequents Oyster Bay should be particularly guarded against, as they seem to have such a strong and rooted animosity towards the white     people. It is well known that some time before Kemp was killed, a native man was shot in   the woods by some of the stockmen to the   Eastward, and that the women have been also     deprived of their children in that ...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Wednesday, March 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 March 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Wednesday, March 10th, 1819-   THE Seizure of the Schooner Young Lach   * lao by a Band of piratical Gonvicls in'the Night or the 27th Ultimo, was Yefterday in» veftigated by a full Bench of Magiftrates. By the Teftimony of various WitnefTei, plrticularly the Naval Officer and the Maller and Crew of the Schooner, it appears that ihu Event is to be attributed chiefly to a want of ail the Precautions which are enjoined upon Owners and Mailers of fmall VeiTels, when in Harbour, viz* to keep1 «a proper Watch, to nnihip"their Rudders,' and1 unbend their Sails, and to land «hem'until trie' Moment of the VeffelVproceedinjg^o Sea ;--though thefe Pre. cautioni worein thiï Çafe more particularly called for, as the Schooner, at the exprola De« fire of the 'Owner1, was moored outfide the' Port^ in Order to be near hit Store upon Mac.j quarie Point--a Situation much lefs Secure than' within the Cove ¿ and moreover...

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

His HONOR ihe LIEUTENANT GOTBRWOR Iras thought proper todireft, thal all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered ts Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), _H. E.KOBINBOW, Secretary.

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