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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 7d.; Houshold 6d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. Assize of Bread-Wheaten 7d. ; Houshold 6d.     SHIP NEWS.--Sailed yesterday for Port Dalrymple, the new sloop Governor Sorell, Mr. Risk, master.—This is her first voyage. Early in the ensuing week will sail for Port Jackson, the schooner Little Mary, Capt. Rollo.                   Remain in harbour, His Majesty's colonial          brig Prince Leopold ; and the Little Mary. A few days ago, as two men were proceeding into Launceston, they perceived the body of        a man lying on the ground in a sleeping posture. After examining his countenance,          it was discovered to be the dead body of Mr. THOMAS HOWARD, a well known and re-       spectable inhabitant of the above place. A Coroner's Inquest was held upon the body ; from which it appeared that the deceased     had been on a visit to a friend, on horseback,   and on hi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, May 1st, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, May 1st, 1819. ALEXANDER SIMPSON is appointed District Constable of the District of Ulva. PATRICK KEAN and — — DIXON are appointed Constables for the District of Hobart Town.   By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

The following articles we copy from a late London paper : | DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND.«-«Wheelbar« row cafes.-Much ¿ifcuffiou has of late takers (place at Marlborough-ilreet office, on the fub* jea of Mr. Angelo Taylor's new Street Act, which is in the highefl degree oppreffive, and tends to diftrefs the poorer orders of focietyJ Mr. Duncan Campbell, a gentleman whofe ob- ject waa no doubt truly philanthropic, has created much burtle, on the merits of this act, thinking it wa» partially adminiftered by the parifh confiables, and has been an eye witnefs to thefo partialities, be followed diflreffed ob- jects down to this office, and in more than one inflance paid the âne of 40s. which the act im« pofes for wheeling upon the pavement. We fear that the Magiilrate's ohfervations on the lad occafion when Mr. Campbell became in« former, have been realized, when he obferved that that gentleman had been too precipitate; It has tended to put this oppreffive act in its full force. An amuûng bufínef...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 1819

The following articlo of intelligence appears in a late Sydney Gazette:-   The Active, Capt. Joseph Thompson, whose   return from Otahoite and the Bay of Islands we last week reported, left the Society Islands the 8th of October, arrived at the Bay 9th November, and staid a month, leaving both the Establishments in a healthy and improving state. The number of Missionaries now at the Society Islands is seventeen, with their families; viz,-'Mr. Henryi Mrs. Keary, and feveral children, at Eimio ; Mr» Nott and Mrs. Nott, mt Husheino; Mr. William Pifcoe Crook» Mrs. Crook, and eight chjjdrin, at Otaheite ; Mr. Wilfon, whofe wife died in Aûguft laft, leav ing a family of four children, at Otaheite-; Mr. Bourne, at Otaheite, engaged in the print ing department; Mrs. Bourne, and an infant ion ; Mr. Ellis, engaged in ihe printing depart- ment at Huahiene; Mrs. Ellis, and two chiL     dren ; Mr. Orfmand, and M ra. Orfmand, at Huahetne ; Mr. a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 May 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 Nichos, 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, and charged with committing the said Fe- lony ; 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 Magistrate's Warrant, these are therefore to authorize and require all Constables and other Persons to apprehend the said W. Mor- gan and J.Oliver. - And a Reward of Twenty. five Pounds Sterling is hereby offered...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

K.^HnHo» the LI.UT«N>«T GOVERNOR ha» thought proper to curett, that all Public ComD.unica.on» «Inch »»/'»PP«»"'! ». ii Ä&lr J«/Sr£,A°a SOUTHERN JtEPORTSR, figned wi.lt any Official S.gnature, are tobe confuted as Official ) '? Coiimunieations made to tí.ofe Péríbus to whom they may relate. __"__"____. ' " P\"".".""'.w¿,flr". (BY (COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), _H.E.ROBIwaowy btcntary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

I T appearing that of three Men who lately abfented themfelves from Hobart Towri, and whogave themfelves up on Monday, one was an affigned Servant and anothtr a Govern- ment Man; th« LlSUTlNAMT GOVBRNOR finds it necefiary once more to require of the Settlers to give Notice within twenty-four Hours at the Police Office, or in the Country to the neareft Magiftrato or Diftria Confiable, Of the AmWeof any of their affigned Servant». " Any Settler who fhall he found to have allowed affigned' Servants to abfent themfelves without fuch Notice will be excluded from that indulgence in future,, s Iç appears alfo that, in the Cafe alluded to, the Settler who had an afljgned Servant on Store ^id-nqt.employ him for hit own Service, but flowed the Ma* to go at large on paying a weekly Sutn«--Thit being a Practice direftl) | ¿ontrary to Regulations, and highly injurious So-good Order, the Settlers are apprized that they are prohibited from allowing their affigned Servants to go oh their own Hands ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

The Meeting which was advertised for this day, for the purpose of instituting an Auxiliary Bible Society in Van Diemen's Land, as a Branch of the Society of New South Wales, took place at the new Church at twelve o'clock. His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO- GOVERNOR having, at the desire of the   Meeting, taken the Chair, adressed them in   explanation of its object, and in earned recommendation that this growing Settle- ment should follow the example set gener- ally by the British Colonies in the institution of Societies - to co-operate with the National Society for the Diffusion of the Scriptures.       His HONOR remarked the Obligation which this Settlement owed to the Auxili- ary Bible Society of Port Jackson for the liberal Assistance which it had afforded last       year in a Supply of Bibles and Testaments, which had enabled many Families and Persons to be upplied in both Settleme...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

At a Bench of Magistrates held on Saturday   last, William Slater and Frederick Shaffort were fully committed to take their trial at Sydney for sheep-stealing. Joseph Halfpenny and Thomas Macnam- arra were also fully committed on a char-   ge of violently assaulting the chief officer  of His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold.

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS ARCHER, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS ARCHER, ESQ.                 SHIP NEWS.—Sailed on Tuesday       last for Port Jackson, the schooner Little Mary, Captain Rollo.—   Passenger, Mr. Payne.   Remain in harbour, His Majesty's colonial   brig Prince Leopold, and the brig Sophia.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 8th MAy, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.   SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 8th May, 1819. CHARLES BACON is appointed a Con- stable of the District of Hobart Town.   WILLIAM DAVIS is appointed Constable   for the District of Black Brush. By Command of His Honor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.   Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office, Hobart Town, 8th May, 1819.   THOSE Persons who are desirous of supply- ing Fresh Meat for the Use of His Majesty's Magazines at this Station, between the 25th June and 24th December next, are hereby required to send to this Office, on or before the 25th of this Month, Tenders specifying in Words at Length, the Quantity they will be able to furnish during that Period. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, T. ARCHER, A. D. A. Commissary General.

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GOVEHNMENT and GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 1st May, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

GOVEERNMENT and GENERAL ORDERS GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN Saturday, 1st May, 1819.   ALL Crown Servants allowed as Govern-   ment Men to different Classes of Persons   in the Public Service are to be mustered on Sun- days, at Bell-ringing, by the Chief Constable   with the Ticket of Leave Men. The Chief Constable will furnish himself with a List of the Government Men ; and will ascertain such as are by regular Permission em-     ployed in the Country. - Such Government Men as are actually in the Service of the Per- ons to whom they are allowed may be Exempt   upon Certificate to that Effect ; but all others are to be mustered under this Order. All Changes in the Government Men must be noti- fied Weekly to the Chief Constable.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

1^'Jbt Sold by Aycton, by Virtue ufa Bill of - Sale, hy Mr. La wis, en Monday the 17th inflant, an Allotment of Ground fttuate in Collins-ftreet, adjoining the Refideace of Mrs PITT*-Prompt Payment in Sterling Money«, M K.J. BALLANCE proceeding to Sydney» requefla Claims to be prefented* j CAUTION. - Mr. ALEXANDER WADDLE having charge of the farms in the district of Glenarchy, formerly belonging to the late T. R. PRESTON, known by the names of Pur- don and Kingston's farms; all persons are   hereby cautioned against committing any tres- passes thereon, as they will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the law. A. MORRIS.     LOST, about three Weeks back a dog of | the Breed of the Englifh Setter ; is black» Vit h taü'd muzzle and a tan'd fpot over each Eye ; has a feather Tail, and aniwers to the Name of Pero,-Whoever will bring him to Mr, LEWI a at the Barrack«, Hobart Town« or to Mr. Goa DOM, Pitt Water, (hall be hand* fomely rewarded for ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 May 1819

ASIATIC INTELLIGENCE.-- The Journal of the American Miffionaries at Bombay con-         tains the following narrative :-- We have witneffed a horrid fpecimen of the   Hindoo religion. It was at a village called by the natives Kantipoor i.e. the town of the   Kamiteas, who are a Telinga people, from the oppofite fide of the Peninfula. The affair took place at the temple of Kandoba, or Kandeb-   ros, an incarnation of Mahadave in a human form, in which character he deftroyed the de- mon Manimal. To this god, two perfons, a man and a woman of low cafte, made a vow. The man as was faid, made his vow, and per- formed it, for the purpofe of obtaining greater bodily ftrength and vigour, and the woman   that fhe might obtain an offspring. The vows were performed by making offer- ings to the idol, and by torturing themfelves before the temple. The affair began with mufic and dancing before...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVT. HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, May 12th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 May 1819

GOVERNMENT GENERAL ORDERS. GOVT. HOUSK, HOBABT TOWN, Wednefday, Miy 12th. 18)9. H IS HONOR the LIEUTRNANT GO- VERNOR has to communicate with the utmofl Sorrow to the Inhabitants of thefe Settlements the melancholy Intelli- gence received by the Ship Hibernia, juit arrived from England, of the Deceaie of HER MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY CHARLOTTE, Queen of the United King- dom of Great Britain and Ireland, as an. nounced in a Supplement to the London Gazette, dated «. Whitehall, November 17, 1818," in the following Terms : "npHIS Day, at One o'CIock, the .. Queen departed this life, to the 44 inexprtflible grief of all the Royal '* Family, after a tedious illnefs, which '* Her Majeftybore with the moft pious 44 fortitude and resignation. The many .* great and exemplary virtues which fo *. eminently diftinguiibed Her Majeßy .. throughout Her long life, were the 44 object of uni vería! efteem and admiration, - 44 amongft all claiTes of His Majeiiy's fub 44 jecls, and render the death of this...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

MICHAEL HOWE;-There being only a few Copies of the Narrative of this Murderer and Robber, and of his Companion whilst in the Woods of Van Diemcn's Lind,     now remaining for Sale it the Gazette Office, dich Perlons as aredefirous of,procuiirif them» fe!TOI Copies will be pieafed *oimke, maetrly application. , v .* '.. ? AUVÄHTIbEMENT,-Part of'lhe Ship Mary'o Cargo1, Cspt. Benjamin Orman, I lately irrivrd from India, conflitiqg, of Piecr Goods of different forts ind qualities, Bingal Chintz,ChmtjftiShatfIt qf r>ej|t Patterns, Palam. ¡porei, bed fort Choppah Romauii, if ven in a Piece, Banoal Canvna, hyfoo^Tea, in cheft8) jkalf-chûds, and ien catty Boxes» Sugar, Chin» j Sugar-Candy, in tubs and half-tubs, bed Dacca ball Soap, patent Shot of Sizes, bed treble j ftrong Gun-powder, in emitters," and Bengal Rum coníiderabíy orer London Proof, will be Idifpoled of at moderate Prices« [ Application *to be made to Mr. He NA Y O'BRIEN, at ^flr. Ötrch's new Hoafe,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

ï is Horn»» the LiEUTiNAKT GOTERMOR has thought proper todiwS. that all t-ublic Communications which taay »PF« m th» HOBART 1 OWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned will, any Ofcc.al S.gnature, are to be confidered aa Offic.al Communications inade lothofe Pcrfons lo whom they may relate. (BVCOMMANO OF HIS HONOR), H. E. ROBINSON, Serritary« deputy AíTiflintÇommiíTary General'* Office, Hobart Town, 8th May, 1819« | HOSE Poriom who ire defirousof apply- ing Frcih Meat for theUfeof His Majefty'i [agazines at <thii Station^ between the »5th me and 24th December next, are hereby Tequired to fend'to i h is Office, on or before ihfl |a¿eh of thia. Month, Tendora jpecitying.in Words at> Length, ¿he Qoaotity, |hey will ba kblfi to furmih during that Period. By Command of Hi« Honor ; . The Lieutenant Governor, ^ , THOMASAtCHKR, ;; |Afltr>g,Da,pfJty Afliftant Commtflary General, [Deputy AlfliUnt/Corflmiflary Ganetal'a Office, » Boban Towo, 45th-Miy, 1819. ^VfOTICB is hereby...

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AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN's LAND. THE TREASURER requests that the Bene factions and Subscriptions to this Instituti   on may be paid to him, if convenient, on or before the 24th Instant, so as to be consolidated for Transmission by the first Vessel that sails to Sydney, agreeably to the 19th Resolution of this Society. THOMAS WILLIAM BIRCH, Treasurer, Hobart Town, 15th May, 1919.

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BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. LAMENTA[?] D[?]TH OF SIR SAMUEL [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. LAM'NTABE DEATH OF Sir SAMUEL ROMILLY. -Yesterday afternoon, a dreadful   report was circulated of the premature death of this respected person. In the evening, we had   the pain to learn, that it was entirely true. On Saturday, when Sir SAMUEL received intelligence of the death of Lady Romilly, his affliction           produced a nervous fever. He did not   leave his bed-room, on Sunday. Yesterday   morning, a brain fever was apprehended, and a physician was sent for, who prescribed a cool-     ing medicine. Alas ! before this could be   brought, the patient became delirious, and de stroyed himfelf with a razor. The sad event became generally known, yesterday evening, or we should not thus fully mention it. We need not add, that sorrow was as generally felt. There were parts in the character of Sir SAMUEL R...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 May 1819

M ISS MARY AHN SMITH intending to leave the Colony, requerís all Claims to be prefer ted at her Refidence, at Macquarie Point* NOTICE*-Captain Jos HU A FÍRCUSSON having been 4 duly authorized from the Ho ufe of MeiTis. Alexander and Co. of Cal- cutta, lo difpofe of all the Horned Cattle and Sheep which were delivered to him by THOM Af M'NEBLANC», Efq, when he left this Colony, ind which are" now in «ha PoiTeffion of Me Urs < Ks MP and GAT K HOD sa ; Notice is hereby given.that the faid Horned Cattle and Sheep aré now for Sale to any Perfon Who may be deiir« ' oui of becoming a Purehafer ; for which ' * Credit will begiven on approved Security«' .i H»». ?.». « - .in» i » > i ii i ----^** 1 KAY Lu into the Wovernment Held« at 1 the River Plenty, near New Norfolk, about two Month ago, a young black Heifer, marked with *he Letters 8 C on the left hîp; tifo a young dark brown yearling Bull ; no brand mark.--Any Perfon owning and claiming'the faid Cattle, may hare ihem by ap...

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