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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 February 1825

English News. His Majesty up to October 6th was in the full enjoyment of perfect health; and the Ministry continued to be popular. The members of the high noblesse of Hano- ver have been officially informed that the ad- vanced season will not permit King George the 4th to visit his German dominions this year, but that His Majesty intends to under- take the journey during the next summer. His Majesty Charles the 10th, successor to Louis the 18th, entered the metropolis of France on the 27th of September, under a salute of 101 pieces of cannon, and with un- precedented magnificence. Report describes him as deservedly popular; and we hope no treasonous thorn may bud amidst the down of his royal pillow. But we much fear that he   is doomed to cry with our own King Henry " Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." The funeral of his late Majesty the King of France took place on the 23d of Septem- ber, at the Chapel of St. Louis, and was at- tended by 11,000 troops, exclusive...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 February 1825

Sales by Auction. -000- By Mr. J. T. Collicott, At his Mart, in Murray-street, on Thurs- day next, the 17th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, A Pair of well-trained WORKING BULLOCKS, a Quantity of Iron-   mongery, &c. By Mr. J. C. Underwood, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Wednesday the 16th Instant, ONE Hundred and Twenty Ewes and Wethers, fit for the Knife. - They are now running at Giel's-town, where they may be, seen any Day previous to the Day of Sale.   By Mr. J. C. Underwood,   Immediately after the above, BOTTLED Ale, Scotch Ale in Hogs- heads, 10 Dozen very superior Port Wine, English Prints, Knives and Forks, Handsome Cedar Chairs, Dams, Cheese, a very elegant Eight Keys Flute, Books, and a variety of other Goods. By Mr. J. T. Collicott,   [?At] his Mart in Murray-street, on Tuesday, - the 22d Instant, at 12 o'clock, A Small Assortment of superfine Coats, Trowsers, &c.; a variety of useful and entertaining Bo...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hobart Town. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 February 1825

Hobart Rown. TUESDA, FEBRUARY 11, 1825. More extensive, cruel, and not to be sur- mounted injuries, arise from mysterious whispers, half-breathed calumnies, and   fatherless reports, than from all the boldest accusations tnat ever were or ever will be published. It seldom occurs that a ru- mour against the eminent becomes mellowed by dissemination ; but on the contrary, it happens very often that the anonymous tale which yesterday was insignificant, becomes to-day abhorrent for its rancour: and as the     water that gushes from a foul source gathers in its progress through many channels   nels a superficial portion of the various   impurities with which it may come in     contact; so an imputation which glides     at first, a mere insipidity from the lips of ignorant credulity or irrational hypothesis,   takes a diversified and increasing taint from every...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have not inserted O. P.'s letter, because M e hope that our notice of the clothes detain- ed from two females called Apostles Wj» cause them to be delivered up to them with- out any necessity on, our parj; of exposing "the whole transaction. '

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

To the EDITOR. SÏR,-¿About the commencement of the Regency of His present Majesty (owing to the late King's indisposition)} some three or four months elapsed without any proceedings in respect to the unfortunate beings who were then under sentence of death. A Parliamen- tary Enquiry was*the consequence ; and the Secretary of Slate for the Home Department satisfactorily accounted for'what was called a most unnecessary act of cruelty, by refer- ence to the particular circumstances of,the moment. It is unnecessary to say more. 1 am, Sir, yours, &c. ' CLEMENCY.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

R. KERR has just landed a gio'at vaiiety of childrens' toys, fine amber and French pearl necklaces, bead purses, and leticules; agate and out beads, rubies and^garnets ; box- wood rules, willi brass slides ; flat miers, cop- per powder flasks ; razor hones, Chinese puz- zles and books I ladies' work boxes, and silver thimbles, childi ens' paiasols, London-made ivory .handled table an«! desert knives and forks; pewter ¡stable ahdv tea spoons; ladies* toi toise:shell cqinbs, staghorn snuff boxes, pooket combs¡ spebtacles and cases; pens, black lead pencils,.looking-glasses, gunpowder in (janistors ; Reeves's water colours; memo randuinrboo^s ; maps .of Europe, Asia, &c. ; ( camel-hair pencils, ink glasses, Indian rubber, fDutch gpld and silver paper, childrens' slates and pencils, wafer boyces in nests, broom-heads, .carpet blooms; banister, scrubbing,¿shaving, -nail, teeth, shoe ahd cloáthes brushes ; spice arid shaving hox.es; fine tdnèd viojins, with bows, bridges ahd pes:s...

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A Valentine. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

ñ Valentine. Once sweet flower of Vernal hue, Giving thy sweets to air, When Flora charms the ravis'd view With piide of the parterre, Wandenng wliere sun-beams beauteous call The tribe to gentle life, I thought of thee the boast of all, 'Midst amiable strife. The visionary theme is thine, From one who loves tiree ¿till : It calls itself a Valentine, But call it what you will No more as wont, thy beaming eye To violets Icorapaie; Noi talk about the lil} 's dye, ^Fo tell thee tbou art fail. The time is past, when Hope's sweet will Would link thy heart to mine ; And the fond muse with simple skill Chose thee its Valentine. Though some may yet their skill employ, To wreathe with flowers thy brow ; With me thy love's a wither'd joy, And vain thy beauty now ! Spring flowers were fillinghopesyoung songs, To {rrace love's earliest vow ; But wither'd ones that summer wrongs, Are sweetest emblems now : , Their perish'd blooms that once were given, Hopes weary* tale can tell ; And shadows whe...

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Ship News [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

Ship News Sailed on Tuesday the ship Admiral Cock- burn, Captain Cooling, for Port Jackson, with several of the passengers whom she brought from England, and the following from Hobart Town :-Mrs. Howe, Mr. Shand, Mr. James Cobb, Mr. Robert Smith, Mr. William Miles, and Mr. Horatio Rowcroft. ^f Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2 lbs. Six-pence Halfpenny, Currency. SITTING MAGISTRATE-G. F. READ, ESQ.

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

-ooo To the EDITOR. # SIR,-I am not a little surprised in peru- sing the reported list of Magistrates, that not a Mercantile Man is included in the New Hobart Town Batch ! and as many cases which must be inevitably of the utmost im- portance to the mercantile interest, may be brought before the supreme Court, I cannot think it fair, candid, or liberal that in this Colony, which must exist by commerce, the mercantile interest should be altogether ex- cluded. We can only account for this, inasmuch as it appears His HONOR the LILUTLNANT GO- VERNOR considers it expedient to appoint only Public Officers to the Magisterial" Chair in Hobart Town, All these Gentlemen no doubt are honourable, yet the public inte- rest requires a Magistracy not to be packed ; but, that on the "contrary, the. Representa- tion of Justice should be confided to the most respectable part ot the Community. -1 am, Sir,"your obe"dient servant, VERITAS.' [We insert the above without presuming to to offer any observati...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

--wv To the EDITOB. SIR,-The liberal and, patriotic warmth discernable in your Journal while it shews you are determined to advocate every mea- sure that ¿an make the Colonists happy, in- duces me to join you in an earnest wish that races were established near Hobart Town^ as they have long been atbaUnceston. At present the Inhabitants of this place have no recrea-j tion whatever 4 and it is>high itime, Sir, that j not only ourselvesj but our-wives and daugh- ters should enjoy some-of the pleasures they bave beeh accustomed to elsewhere. Let a .respectable monthly ball ahd concert be sub- scribed for ; let the military band be order- ed to.play in. ?he Paddock every 'fine even- ing.; let a. walk.be prepared round it; let us nave a regatta, how. ahd then ; and races puce a year; and cricket grounds for Géü f lettien ; and a bowling green ; and, a good road more than one way out of town ; and I good roads in town ; and then, Sir, then, ;I I shall be satisfied. JOHN BULL.

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Anno Quinto. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 2.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K.C.B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

H^7^ «So Wmnto, 7E0HGIIIV. REGIS. (No. 2.) By -Hi* Excellency Sir-THOMAS BRIS- BANE, K.C.B. Governor of -the Colomy of Ney'South Wales, §e. Sfc. fife, with the, Adyice- of' the Council. , " ^a Ordinance to stay Proceedings against any Person or Persons advising, issuing, or executing any Proclamation, Order, or other Act of any Governor, or Actiug Go- vernor of JVew South Wafety and the De- pendencies of/the Government of the saidf Colon v. v i[Jaw«ar^4, )825".ff "HEREAS,' since the "Establishment of a Colony in New South Wales and the )ependencies thereof, the GOVERNORS, or )ther Persons administering the Government >f the said Colony, have from Time to Time lade and published divers Proclamations, )rders, Rules, and Regulations, for the 'eace, Welfare, and good Government there- of, and whereas it is expedient that all Per Son s, who have advised, issued, or acted Inder, and in Conformity with any of thp laid Proclamations, Orders, Rules, or Regu- lations, should be protect"d f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

«Sobetmnent unto <&txttvtâ<®ttut$. Government House, Hobart Town, February 7¿A, 1825. MR. WILLIAM BEDFORD is appointed Sa¿ perhiiendeut of the Public Schools in the'Island of Van Dieineu's Lanu\ vice Mr. P. A. ^Mulgrave, who has requested to resign. JÖy Conimand of His Honor 1 The Lieutenant Governor, _ JOHN MONTAGU, Secretguj. ?íoümtnmu mtïr Citerai ®tùer$* Government House, Hobart Town, K February 8fh, 1825. HIS MAJESTY has been pleased io appoint the Rev. WILLIAM GARRARD to be As- sistant Chaplain in thelsland of Van Diemen's Land. By Command of His Honor \The Lieutenant Governor, _JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. <&ùbtvnment attö <&en$ral <&tfttt$* '?\ Government House, Hobart Town, ~/ February IQth, 1826. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR , has been pleased to appoint JOSEPH . HONE, Esq. to be Commissioner of the Court of Requests, until the Pleasure of His MAJES»^ " rY is known. ' "C ./? By Command ...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

To the EDITOR. SIR,-If you can spare me a corner of your Gazette, I shall be obliged by seeing the folio« ing observations published : t On the 14th of January, His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE was pleased to pro- claim a diminution of duties on Foreign wines and spiiits ; consequently, the Mer- chants residing in Hobart Town consider themselves entitled to receive back from the Naval Officer all the extra duties which they have subsequently paid to him. But, al- though they have sent in applications on the subject, they remain as yet unanswered. -I am Sir, yours. A MERCHANT. JlJacguarie-strect,

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

To the EDITOR. SIR,-Happening to stand in Court last Tuesday, I observed, with much dissatis- faction, that several notorious offenders were enabled to escape, because they had not been committed on a tarrant. Now, Sir, whilst His Honor Chief Justice PEDDER, in ^directing them to be discharged., has amfably shown an inflexible resolve to main- tain the essential forms of Justice to which the British subject so greatly owes his pro- tection, I cannot but deprecate the system which has too longj obtained in this Colony of putting men in prison and tormenting them with fetters, when no "committal has been issued, and consequently when it is not in their power to know what precise charge they will have to meet. Mr. Editor, is not the Gaoler responsible for holding in custody every person who is not committed by warrant ? 1 trust no irre- gularities will again avert the avenging blow of justice from a cr'iminal. -I am, Sir, yours, A.

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Hobart Town. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

?i:?0ÏMVÎ CQltîin FRIDAY, FEBRUARY l8, 1825. The loth number of The Australian arri- ved here so late last week, and the pres- sure of other matter was so serious, that we reluctantly postponed until now our ac- knowledgments to Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, for his liberal and judicious diminution of the duties on Foreign spirits; which duties had, as His Excellency's Proclama- tion well observed, " sunk the Colonial Revenue by their burthen." So candid a reason for so expedient an act will not fail to be íespected. It removes all blame from the Government for levying those duties, by obviously proving that it could not have foreseen their injurious conse- quences; and it revives the Colonists with a pledge that no sooner shall the evils of any other regulation be manifest to His Excellency, than the speediest redress will be afforded.-The duties on Foreign spirits were certainly excessive, and smuggling consequently nourished while they lasted so ; but now the reduction of them will de- st...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

-I/ffW To the EDITOR. SIR,-The various Communications which1 you have inserted as to Public grievances,! j induce me to hope that you will not castj aside the present short statement, , , , , ,The Commissioner of-Enquiry, in his Re- port, strongly censures the employ mell t by Government of the aTtizahs, leaving the Set- tlers only the refuse of the convict ships, consisting of 'London Pickpockets and others of-that description. Jtis said that the regu- j -lations prescribed in ¡the Grants, as the con- ditions on whichiland is to be 'held, are to be strictly enforced. Now, Sir, if >th'e present Government refuses to settlers, either a rough carpenter to split fencing» -a rough mason to assist in erecting a building? or Etty other, even the most common iradesman, now «an the regulations of the grants be complied with ? the* Reports -of the Commission of En- quiry are in every bpdy's possession. It-was understood that they formed the basis of the system, on .which the present Gover...

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To the EDITOR, Semper ego auditor tantum? JUVENAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

I To the EDITOR, Sériipèr ego nudUuï tàntam ? JUVENIL. SIR,-Absence from town hávinsf denied Ue a sight of your Paper, I had hot the plea- sure of perusing Mr. Q's last lucubrations un til this morning.-I gather from them the fol- lowing facts :-lst, that ) is one of our chief weekly «espetar* if grievances?"-2d, that I is an amazingly wrathful personage', and jills not that the Public should undervalue Ibis productions, without his assuming the irivilege of putting himself thereupon into a aassion. . Sir, I regret that Mr. Q's grievances should lot obtain redress ; but I am still more con lerned, that my Letter should have made lim so ruffled, and out of humour. Now, for ny part, I do again assure Mr. Q, that these occasional dissertations of his and others in "/our Gazette, have invariably afforded me Ivast amusement. Myself always gratified by |Mr. Q, t am quite chagrined that Mr. Q, [will not be equally well pleased with me. I [have often admired the extraordinary flights [which...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

To the EDITOR.     SIR,-At the request of Several of my friends, and the hope that this communica- tion may be found not altogether useless or uninteresting, I take the liberty of request- ing of you to give publicity to a very singu- lar and unexpected accident which occurred to me on my voyage from Rio de Janeiro to the Cape of Good Hope. On the 14th February, 1824, I sailed from Rio for the Cape, in the Duke of Gloucester Cutter, the Captain intending to touch at the Island of Tristan D'Acunha for a few tons of potatoes, as they are held in high es- timation in the Cape market. This small deviation from the voyage I was pleased with, in the expectation of having an oppor- tunity of examining those three remarkable rocks, little suspecting at what a dear rate I was to pay for my curiosity, and the many months' misery I was to- endure on one of them. After a boisterous voyage of five weeks we made the Islands, and received a boat from the shore ; in it was...

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Anno Quinto. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 3.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

ñnw Quinto. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 3.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRIS- BANE, K.C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales,' tye. <|re. Sfc. with the Advice of the CounciL : Ln Actto prevent the harbouring of runaway Convicts, and the encouraging of Convicts tipling or gambling. [January 19th, 1825.] 'HEREAS, the harbouring and employ- ing- of runaivay convicts, greatly en>t Iourage them to abscond from their lawful e-rvices, and misleadthe thoughtless into bad ourses of life, and the harbourers and em- ployers of such convicts frequently become he receivers of stolen goods, .and conceal angerous offenders from justice, Now, there- fore, be it enacted, by His Excellency the iJovernor of NewSouth-wales, with the advice |?f the Council, That, from and after the 1st day )f February next, any householder, settler, >r other person iii the Colony of New South ! Vales or any of its ^Dependencies, harbour ng in or about -hTs or her house, lands or otherwise, or in a...

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Proclamation, By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K, C. B. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 February 1825

iiwtlamtittoitt By His Excellency Air THOMAS BRIS- BANE, K. C. B. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the 2yer ritory of New South Wales -and its De- pendencies, §*c. $c 4'e WHEREAS, by a Proclamation given un- der my hand at Government-house, Sydney, on the fourth day of March, one thou- sand eight hundred and twenty-three, it was ordered and directed, that certain Rates and Duties therein enumerated, should attach forthwith ; and whereas an Act of Parliament, passed in the third year of His present Majes- ty, at the same time that it rendered the Im- position of those duties lawful, did further enact, that « it shall be lawful for the Go- vernor, or other person administering the Government of New South Wales, by any Proclamation, or Order or Orders to be by him for,that purpose issued, to discontinue or reduce any such duties from time to time, as occasion jmay. require ;". Now therefore experience proving that the revenue is sunk by the burden of these im- position...

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