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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 January 1827

TO SETTLERS, AGRICULTURISTS &c.     TO be LET, and may be entered upon   in May or June next, a FARM,   most delightfully situated on the Banks of the-South Esk River, adjoining tbe estate of Thomas Reiby, Esq and within about 10 miles of Launceston. The Dwelling-house, containing four neatly finished Rooms, is situated on an eminence which commands a most beautiful view over a highly - cultivated country, with an extensive Garden, well stocked with a choice collection oF fruit trees, plants, herbs, &c. surrounded by a six-feet fence. The Yard contains an Out house for Servants, Kitchen, and a good Stable, the whole enclosed with a strong close fence. The Land, which is ol ihe most excellent description, consists of 1000 acres of rich soil ; seventy acres are enclosed with a good substantial fence. —There is an excellent strongly-built Barn, Stock yards, sheep yards, and three paddocks with fine natural grass. The w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 January 1827

»ALES BY AUCTION., BY MA. JOHN EDWARD COX, At^tis Auction Rooms, and Commission . Stores, opposite the Ship Irin, THIS DAY the 6th, and TUESDAY the yth Instant, at Twelve o'Clock, A handsome mahogany four post double screwed bedstead and French castors, with c legant scarlet moreen drapery hang, ing«, tic'hl'y fringed and bound with black ; I mahogany four post bedstead with dimi- ty furniture, tent bedsteads and furniture, Carpets and hearth rugst choice wines in, quantities to- suit purchasers, tea by the chest and half chest, silk handkerchiefs, silks for d»esses, English and India cali- coes '%&> longcloths, English muslin, chinty and other prints, slops in a great variety, white and coloured flannels, blan- kets and blanketing, sewing thread and cotton, refined sugar, Isle of France sugar by the1 bag OF ton, gentlemen's fashionable summer trowsers, ditto superfine coats, ladies?« cloak* and^ mantles, cashmere gb aw birpai nts/ cheeses, coffVe, rice by the bag, ;f...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 5, 1827[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 January 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. ,   Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 5. 1827 IT being, desirable that the general   Conduct of Prisoners in private etr- vice shoul be clearly ascertained, all Settlers and other Persons of every des- cription, having assigned Servants, are requested to transmit to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts, for the In- formation of the LIEUTENANT GOVER-   NOR, on or before ihe 1st of February next, a Statement in Writing, shewing The Number and Names of Servants assigned,   Ship by which they arrived,   Date of Assignment,   General Conduct.     A similar Statement will be required at the Expiration of every future Year. The most particutar notice of Conduct will be indeispensaable on the present and every future Occasion; and it is hoped that all Settlers and Others will stimulate their Servants to "good Behaviour on its being made known to them that a Perio- di...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. CHRONOLOGY OF 1826, FOR VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 January 1827

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. CHRONOLOGY OF 1826, FOR VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.   January 7 —Prisoners from the Road and working     parties lent out to assist in getting in the harvest, set- lers paying men who conduct themselves well, and   work from day-light till dark, 18d a-day. Meat sup- plied the Commissariat from 3d. to 4 1/2d. a-pound. Correspondence between His Excellency and twelve inhabitants of Hobart Town concerning the execution of criminals. Maccabe and thirteen others executed. Mr John Grant died at Sydney on the 11th ultimo. Lieutenant Gunn appointed to superintend the Prison- ers' Barracks. Sheep robberies committed. News of General Darling's arrival at Sydney, 18. The Den- mark Hill, 252 tons, sails for England with Colonial Produce. The brig Elizabeth Henrietta lost at New- castle, New South Wales. Jeffreys, the murderer, ap-     prehended near Launceston. 28. The Larne sloop of war arrive...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 January 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, Dec. 30-The brig Prince Leopold, from Launceston, with prisoners from   the gaol there, touching at Maria Island. Passenger Dr. Griffith. Jan 3 - The transport ship Sir Charles Forbes, 363 tons, A. Duthie master,   from England direct, 15th September, with 70 female convicts and several chil- dren, three having died on the passage, and 9 free women, (wives of prisoners in   the Colony, with their children, 23 in   number, two of whom died on the pas- sage. This vessel brings various stores for Government. Passengers - Mr. Beau- vais, and Mr and Mrs. Giblin and fa- mily, 11 in number. Surgeon and Su- perintendent James Macternan, R. N. SAILED,           . Jan. 1.-The Sydney Pucket,. 8S ton?, uT>aiirct7~Tïsy-u»r -uias-ier, lo Macquarie Island with a number «*f em^ty casks ;o take < n UO*KI the oil prneuted by the fishing par...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM DECEMBER 29, 1826, TO JANUARY 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 January 1827

. .STATE OF THE WEATHER, ._ FllOM DBCEMBBR 29, 1826, TO JANUARY Ö, 1827, Date. Sat. I Sun. Mon. Taes. Wed. Thura. Fri. Thermom. from | to 70 63 62 62 66 59 53 83 72 73 76 85 70 64 298 29.8 29.« 29.7 29.7 29.7 29.6 Wind. Clear Cloudy Fair , Fair (Clear Rain Showers ¿jp Whatever appears in this Paper (NOT OFFICIAL) is at the able eontrol and responsibility bf the Editor. Our Readers Will peruke willi picas «ire the Goverjtraent Order Which stands tirst in out Journal of ibis'day. Few things, in our t?s ltmiatifin will* t(>ii(l Ttioir* In nrnmnl. a<i«i..l lilltaiii.il, win nii»> iHwic iu piuuiuir social order aita the heal til of the Colony than H faithful and currect report of the habits anil conduct of all assigned-servante» tu lite eui-, plofmeni of selliers. How many pruoiura, b«w, many servants, aud.pers.jn* high aud low, iii all descriptions of employment, are discouraged io tlieir exertions by the convic- tion that their services will either not br known or ditl...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

j GOVEiNyiiîNT NOTICE. [Lolonml Secretary's Office* Jan. 11, 1827.1 pHb LIEUTENANT GOVKENOK Ka» *, be^n pleased to appoint STEPHEN Peace for; the Island of Van Diemen'* Land and its Dependencies. By Command of His Excellency, j J. BuriN.BTT.1 -i i "^ ? . ? ' * j -?-*

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 14, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

j ' GOVERN MENT NOTICE. I [Colonial Secretary's Office* Jan. ,11,1827 4 I> EQUIRED, for the Public Seivue, * the undermentioned Articles, viz r-- 12 D« z^n Pieces Red Tape, 56 lb*. Chalk, " I Ream Blotting Paper. Tenders sealed, and endorsed «« Ten- ders for Stores,' with the Prices stated in Words at Length, will be received at «his Office unttJ- Noon on Tuesday the 18th Instant, Sampjeato be sent on the same Day to the Ordnance Storekeeper. I By Command of His Ijx'celuiiey,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

BIRTHS.- At Woodlands, Tea tree on the 3d Instant, Mrs. GRIFFITH of a Son.       On Saturday the 6th lnstant, the Lady of STEPHEN ADEY, Esq. Macquarie-street, of a Son and Heir.  

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1827. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY; JANUARY 13, 1827. ASSIZE PRICE OF BREAD. The Twq^Pound Loaf, id. Sterling. AVERAGE HirCtKSTERLING) OF LOWING ARTICLES.: THE rOL per bush.] Wheat..VC... ív. ¿ English Barley .. 4 0 Cape ditto-....<*- 3 0 _. \ ? per ciut.i Fine Flour. 20 0 Household ditto.. 17 6 Second ditto .... 16 0 6H}heisse(Sydney).. 'Ditto(English) .. Potatoes .%.....< * per ton Ditto . 90 0 Hay(arfificialgrass)200 0 Ditto (natural ditto) 90 0 traw. 78 0 Soap (Colonial) Do. do. hy the box Ditto (English).. Do. by the box Sugar per lb. .s. d. 1 6 1 9 0 10i 0 9i 1, O" 0 lOi 0 6" 5 0 (Ditto by the bag. Ditto d»tto(ßne), Tea, per chest £12 Beef...;*..... Mutton ........ 0 Pork...i..>..... 0 Butter (fresh).... ' 3 Ditto (salt). 2 Do dbTby.the firkin 1 Raisins. 1 0 5Ï 0 6" 0 0 Tobacco. 5 0 Ditto hy-the basket 4 G ' ' per bag . Per lb .(-Rice...-.. 52 0 0 51 - per gall, Wine ..'... f 6^0 Rum.:. 13,0 Brandy ......... 15 0 per hiu i. SaltPork. 120 ! SITTING MAGISTRATE FOR TH...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

~^ ^V^EKlSÍMEOT NollC^r Colonial Secretaras Office* Jan. 5¿ ISQ7 wßlTLIiiKä requiring Atsi&taoce on .^ the approaching Harvest are request- ed to make immediate Application, in Writing, to the Principal Su peri h fendent of Convicts for the Number ol Lab nirert necessary, who. will info nu them bow far and upou what Conditions their several Rtquesta can be compied with. 1 Í he Loan of' Labourers being- rJroduc ' tive of most' injurious 'Consequences to the progress of the Public YVoifc*, it is expected that nil Persons who may le Ceive this Indulgence on the present Occasion will personally exert them selves to maintain the strictest ord r among the prisoners who will be thus temporarily placed in their Charge, and that Spirits w|ll, in particular, be with. held from them as much as possible, un cHer the positive Assurance, that, should Abuse arise in lins Imtunce it will be followed by a refusal of similar Indul- gence in future to the Party to whom b.atne may attach. An Al...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

^._;QpVl.fUtMBNT ORDER. i C?fotmfá*!créfary'$ <^¿e> jo«. ¿, IBÚf. l^^jyttg^fleîiirable hlhat the general ^¿<6«!odMCt of'Fíisonér» in prïvmp Str-. Settler« .n^oiher Persona, o> every des», cripiion, having assigned Servant?, aie requested to transmit to the Principa] - Superiitietídent öl Convicts, for the In formation ot the LIEUTENANT GOVEB KO«, on or before the 1st of Februar) next, a Maternent in Writing, shewing The Number and Names of St r van it assigned, ; fchip by which tiley arrived» pate of Assign io eiit, . t" "\ ;; General ¿votwiueft^ /v., . ,. i.* , A similar Statement wilMbe/rfquirei at the Expiration of every future Year. . The most particular notice of Conduct will be indispensable on i lie present and every future OCCÍJSÍon ; add itjs hoped that all mettler« and Others will stimulate their Jservauts to good Behaviour on its being mude known to them that a Perio- dical Return of this Nature will always be submitted for tí is Excellency's C...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. VolomalSecretarifs Office, Jan. 5, 1827. | 'irtih ¡LIEUTENANT,GOVERNOR 4ias ( been pleased to accept the -Resig iiation oT PAT'RICIC WOOD, Esquirtvas * «Justice«* the Peace for V'ati Diemen'« Land. ...!.-, By Command of His EîfceHenry,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

JOHN STRAGEY.ïn returningthank* I .* to I119 numerous Friends for the very liberal encouragement he has received, begs to inform the Public that he is pre pared to supply the tobóle Town with that indispensable article» good FU EC», either Oak or Gum, green or dry ; and for lhe convenience of Famines not keep ing men servants, Wood will be supplied in Pieces Mined to their fire places, i Sawed Timber, Split Posts, Rails, Pa- ling, 8t<v&c. furnished on the shortest notice.', by application at the advertiser's Resident^ Liverpool street. January 4, I8f¿7, \ I TO COW-KhEPERS AND OTHERS.; t *«SaSSn«BS)SSBS«BSBB* ^ F OK the Accommodation of private Families keeping Cpws in Hobart Town, that celebrated ' Poland Bullj | ttO(-ERr which,for beauty and kymme iry,has,no equal, will be allowed to re' eeiy* aJjmited j.u.q)b£r ¿ ^°w* ^»NJ)g , the I present Season' ' Apply lo ~ Jofiii SutoVey, Liverpool-street., ; , ItJ« Retailers of Milk can.be, supplied with a few 'gallons eve...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

CHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. *. '" ARRIVED, . ; " ' Í¿n." 8-The ship Marquis of Lans- down, R. Nojes, 208 tons, from Calcutta, Sincapor^r and ^4 from'Batavia/12th Ncjvember, willi'10 tubs stigiir crfiiily, 128 bags and 55 casks of sugas 27 pipe, Lisbon Wine, 5 ditto Teneriffe, Ö 'half ditto, ditto, 5 cases >ho», Ô0 boxes hyson skin tea, 10 ditto black, 1 ditto hyson .green, 1 ditto inverai, 3 packages ni hyson', 1 ditto gunpowder, 1 ditto black, 3Úp "bags rice, 4 boxes of bandanna«, ¡>9 ditto tea, 50 ditto dry gingei/So ditto saltpetre, 2 pipes Madeiia^lôl kegs tobacco, 1 ditto cloves. 2 ditto unimos, I bale Pat na pilampores, 40 bundles hags, Ö önx&nsvtr ry^Tm^-TrS-^wTCO çayenne pepper, 1 box D.^cn mudin*, 563 half chests Mack lea, 2b eanrtihters sugar, one trunk wearing uppnT**!, several packages for G. Carttf nght, Umne & Oo. T. G.r Pitman and Jones & CV among which aie 139 baskets sugar, (¡\ b<i/>> pepper,^ 15 packages canvas, 30, kegs cr...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

- . ORTGINAL AND SKL'ECT. , ^Pußn OF Wojor,.-%t is with no «mall pain we îeftrn the Dad account» of Hie -wools-exported to the London , inarket by thejate «bips, ta ¿o one instance hare the J Jçopes of the exporters been fulfilled, although where ever due cart was bestowed in tte't'ting iib the -article, even in the'present depressed stan« of amuri at home, a profit has been realised. The fait» and inflated state ofthirigs sb'lbiig- p[driued in this Colony has led us all j to anticipate too tyigh profits-profits far beyond wb'at ! the real state at human afijúrs could permanently per- mit, ltJwfE^in_tpnJb^a_i;u.Uious_.«.ysWniJcept up and fincouraged by paper credits, bank Issues, and such ike, by means of which the profits produced by tile industry of the Colony have bee» conveyed into the handaof speculators, raoney-lendeis, or agents, who ItaviBg reaped their harvest have either already left the field br are preparing- speedily to do so m ordei to consume the fruits in another lan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

PERSON* . wi4in§ tó/Contrafct ,-fa ¡J. Smkiog B Well at ^ «*w fftny Clarence Plains, wtt^íeáic to ajibly fr> George Stokell who will also engage two good joiners to work in Hobart Town. î B BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, Jamar y li,J8fe7*< A MEETING of Stock, Proprietors! ** will be held, Pursuant to Charier, <*n the 1st Day of February next, los declare the Dividend for the Half-year \nJmg SOth December, 18¿6, and for «Wier Purposes. ".* . % , t Corhrtitssariat Offite, Jan. IO, 18¿7. ILLS OF EXCHANGE-Tenders for Bills, to be drawn on tile Lords Commissioners at Four Shillings and Four-pence each, wjll be received at this Office until Twelve o'Clock' of Wednes- day the 24ih Current. Persons tendering are requested to state, in Words at Length, the Premium per Ct nt. and to endorse each Ténder, 'tender for Bills." _A. Mooni«, J, C G. Ukerifl's Office, J un. il, it>â7 lu the Supieme Couru Lord v. Jacobs. On Saturday, the 20th Day of January ' Instant, a...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM JANUARY 5, TO 12, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

' ',', , STATE OF THE WEATHER,\' , FHOM JANUARY 5,' TO 12% 1827. í***-^^ ThvrmomtA . Bar rim. í Date. Î rom [ to from to SàV. . Sun. M¿n. Tues. Wei. Tkurs. Wind. 53 52 54 55 55 54 56 67 64 63 63 59 59 69 29 6 29.6 29.7 29.6 29.7 '2ÜJ7 30.0 2!) A 29.7 20:7 29.7 29 7 29.7 30.0 N. W. N. W. W. ' S. s.' S.-, S.E. Showeis Cloudy Cfqudy Cloudy Show eis Showers Cloudy Whatever appears in this Paper (NOT OFFICIAL)   is at the sole control and responsibility of the Editor. s ¿EXPORT Ö;F .WHÈAT.-^A very large - 'and ïrësrjectable meeting wa3 convened at the'Stiip. Inn on Wednesday, agreeaby tb^ptévioushoticë.' It was proposed, thai eac\t'gentiêm«iipresent, who could com màridUhe wheat, should sub-cribe stich * .quantity as would be sufficient to freight the1 ship Sir Charles Forbes to 'Rio.,7/ One gentleman subscribed 1000 , bushels,but the whole contributions did , not /amount to above 6 or 7000, being " very far short of what the vessel might carry, gay l8 or<20 thous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 January 1827

Commissariat Office, January 12, 162?. rt>EA.~Uequiijçd. forsihq Public Ser * vice.TWENTY CHESTS of TKA. Tenders t<*. Supply the same will be re- ceived until : 12 -o'Clocif of ...Tuesday next, ~~ -,,,..; ,.^ .À.. M o o D I ny A¿Q:G. ; TO SETTLERS'JNDÙÏHÈRS. rp HE advertiser, a Perso n w h o t rusts .*. be-vvquld be found prpptiJy qualified begs leave io o'iïier hlsl Services .as a Tu- tor in a 'Family residing in trie Interior, ile would have no objection! to under- take thfv Tuition of the Childien of a stcorid .Fàmi.ly>. (living .near each other}, if fecm be made agreeaolç. Address ][po&i paid) to Z Z. Gazelle OlUce,; sta- ling every :ñécessary Paiticolar. ' rXlílE following LISTof UNCLAIMED LETTERS, ,1 /now lying-at the Post-office, Launceston, and ready for Delivery, is published for the Information of those Persons'to whom they are addressed r Allan, John Esq. Alcock, W. H.   Burke, Edmund. ,   Brooks, John   &...

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ENGLAND, THE HOME OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 20 January 1827

ENGLAND, THE HOME OF THB.WORI.n. ' Sung by ftfr. Braham, at Vaurhall; the words by 0\1/ear<?» the celebrated song.writer ; and the music by John Barnett. Hail to thee, England,-blest isle of the ocean ! Thy proud deeds art aken the fondest emotion ; Whose name shall forever live famous in stoiy, The watch-word of freedo'm, the birth-place of glory, Thy sons they are brave, and are true to their'duty, Thy daughters are fair,lovelv emblems of beauty j " The joys that surround But in England are found, In England-the home of the world!. Conch'd is her lion-Brittannia reposes', k Enciicled by laurels, amidher bright roses, Her warriors'lit rest, and her banners all furled, Hail to thee, England,-blest isle of the ocean, The exile beholds thee with blissfq] emotion.! , The joys that surround, ' « ' J But in England are found; , JDear England'.-the hoiHe of the world. '

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