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Postcript. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

wmttipt. On Tuesday se'nnight, the cutter Nereid, Captain Boyce, owner, six months from En- gland, last from the Cape, bound for Sydney, with wine, put into Port Dalrymple, in want of water. This vessel? after landing three passengers, proceeded in prosecution of her voyage yesterday week, intending shortly to return to Launceston, where it is said the Commander intends to settle.-The Nereid i$ only 69 tons, but a remarkably fine sailing vessel : she experienced very bad weather from the Cape, her bull-works having been literally washed away. The Chief Officer having landed at Launceston, she is takenup to Sydney by the Captain and only three sailors» #3" Erraiam in Mr. COLMCOTT'S Letter.-V® " that the Post-office here has never in an/ " shape or way been interfered with either u directly or indirectly by the govertimeiit, read the same passage with the word pt' sent prefixed to the terra government.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Diary. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

Diary On Thursday next, the SUN rises at 44 minutes past 5 ; sets 16 minutes past 6. Day 12 hours 32 minutes long.      

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Anno Sexto GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 5.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE., K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act for the summary Punishment of disorderly Conduct in any Offender in the Service of Government, or of any Inhabitant in New South Wales or Van Diemen's Land.] Feb. 8. 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

ZU &£Xt0 GEORGII IF. llEGfS. \Xo. rh.) By His Excellency Sir THOMVS B u I si- ll \Nr., K. C. B. Governor oj the Colony of Acte South Waleb, fife. ¿jr. fife, buh the Advice of the Council. [An Act for the summary Punishment of dis- orderly Conduct in any Offender in the Service of Government, *or of any Inhabi- tant in \ew South Wales or Van Diemen's Land.] Feb. 8. 1825. HEREAS by an Act passed in the Fifth Year of the Reign of His Majesty King * George the Fourth, entitled " An Act for Transportation of Offenders from Great Bri- tain," His Majesty is authorized to direct, that male offenders, convicted in Great Bri- tain, should be kept to hard labour in Any part of His Majesty's dominions, and that such male offenders should be under the ma- nagement of a superintendent or overseer, to be appointed as therein directed ; and fur- ther, that such superintendent should have the same powers as are incident to the olhce of a sherilf or içaoler ; and if any offender as aforesaid,...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Execution. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

Execution. On Saturday last four men, named Samuel Thomas Fielding and James Chamberlain, for sheep-stealing, and Stephen Lear and Henry Fry, for burglary, expiated their offences on the scaffold within the walls of Hobart Town Gaol.—Let us hope that their shameful end will operate with advantage as a caution to their criminal survivors: for transgressions have become so numerous that the law must in future take its rigid course. RESPITE.—Henry Burgess, who it may be remembered was found guilty of a burglary at Messrs. Read and Bethune's, has been respited. All we shall add is, that his aged, father, his poor wife, and his little children, are objects of sincere sympathy.

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To the EDITOR, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

To the ED/TOB, SIR,-Week after week have I waited in anticipation that some one more calculated for the task than myself would have noticed the most gross, inapplicable, and ungentle manly epithets bestowed by many of your numerous Correspondents, on those Public Officers who happen unfortunately to have fallen under the lash of their severe ani- madversion. The greatest blessing of the British Nation, and that which renders her the admiration of | the whole world, is the glorious liberty en- joyed by each of her inhabitants, in being able, with impunity, through the medium of a Public Press, to call the attention of the Legislature to such of its servants as by a neglect of duty ought unquestionably to un- dergo the censures of their superiors. In some instances your Correspondents have audably employed that license, together vith those talents bestowed upon them by m all-bountiful Providence ; but in too many he greatest malevolence and party-spirit îave been displayed, under pret...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. Linguœ centum sunt, oraque centum. VIRGIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

- To the EDITOR. Linguo centum sunt, oraque centum. VIllGIL. SIR,-There are insinuations thrown out in the last lamentations of your Correspon- dent, Q, which induce me once more to trou- ble you with a letter. This great Patriot is welcome to the compliment thus for the first time paid him : since 1 can assure the myste- rious Gentleman, that but for a desire to re- lieve others from the imputation of an au- thorship which belongs only to myself, I should not again have honoured him with my notice. Let not Mr. Q, however value himself too much upon a distinction which, believe me, I should never have been tempt- ed to bestow upon him alone. I have writ- ten, because I was desirous that charges so injurious, to private character, and statements so well calculated to inflame the public mind, as those which of late frequently ap- peared in your Paper under various signa- tures, should not go forth without reply, though I should stand up alone and unsujv ported, to reprobate them. My o...

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 — 4 March 1825

-000 To the EDITOR. SIR,-T am induced, through the miseries of several individuals, to offer the following observations for insertion in your useful Pa- per : These individuals are the Insolvent Deb- tors, who have been in confinement in the two gaols of this Colony from one to two and a half years ! Some of whom have had their farms and properties sacrificed, since their imprisonment, for one-fourth of their value, and purchased by their detaining cre- ditors. Why, Mr. Editor, is it thus, when the British Legislature have provided an Act expressly to relieve such persons from impri- sonment. The Act has been in force several months in New South Wales, and why not here ? Are the decisions of the " Old Court" of this Colony so omnipotent, that the Act of Parliament shall not liberateMhc unfortunate debtors confined by the said Court's decision, although he has ever been willing to surren- der up his all to his creditors ? It is now nearly one year since the arrival of the new Charter...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Anno Sexto GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 4.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K.C B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act to regulate the Granting of Licences for the Sale of Spirits, Ale, Beer, and other Liquors, in New South Wales, and Van Diemen's Land respectively.] Feb. 8. 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

limo Sixto GJBORGU IF.'fusil* ' .(No. 4.) ,j By JBÍ9 Excellenby Sir THOMAS 'B«IÄ-' BANE, K. C B. Governor of the C\ lout/ of JVew South Wales, ice. fyc. tye. %oith t/ie Advice of the Council. ' I [An Act to regulate the Granting of Licences ' ! for the Sale of ^pnítí>, Ale, Beer, and other Ltqnors, in Isexv South Wales, and Van Dietnen'sLan&respectively.] Feb. 8. 1825.1 UEllEAS it is necessary, to thcorderly conduct of public-houses, where strong liquors are sold by retail, that the characters of the occupiers thereof.should be subject to strict examination': And whereas it is expe- dient, in consideration of the licences to be granted to such public-houses, to raise cer- tain sams of money in aid of the funds ex p,-mied in the colony :-Now, therefore, be it enacted by His Excellency the-Governor of New, South Wales, with the advice of the Council, That no person or persons whatso- ever shall sell or retail any malt, or spiritu- ous, or other fermented sfrong liquors, in ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

Farms and Houses to be Sold & Let rjhO be LET, on advantageous Terms'to á -**- respectable 1 enant, for a Term of Years^ a Farm of 1000 Acres« Eighty of which are in an excellent state ot Cultivation, and well fenced.-the Buildings consist of a commo- dious Farm House,. Servants' Dwelling, spa- cious detatched substantial Barn, stable, Cart Lodge, and other useful Farm Buildings, at a convenient distance from Hobart Town, near a good Road and Water Carriage, com- manding an extensive Run, and possessing good i>heep Pasturage.-A Tenant would be supplied, if required, with all necessary Im- plements of Husbandry, Bullocks, and Seed, on Credit ; the object of the Proprietor being principally the Iinpróvemant of the Land. .Apply to Messrs. CARTWRIGHT and Ross, Solicitors, Macquarie-street. rriö be LE V, a Farm of 175 Acres of Land, ?? well adapted for Agriculture, with a small Dwelling and Barn, within 5 Miles of Hobait Town, and possessing the advantage of Water Cai riage.-A...

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Hobart Town. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

Hobart Town. ------------ FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1825. 'After the most anxious and persevering en- deavours to act impartially, we experience with feelings of profound and honourable re- gret, that our pages are by some individuals considered as not affording to the accused the same freedom which is realized by the accuser. How such a consideration may have been excited, in truth, we know not ; but proud is our assurance that never, even once, have we meanly pi evented the inserti- on of a reply to any published insinuation. -On the contrary, week after week, rather than mutilate the Correspondence sent in re- ply to Q, and other writers, we have good naturedly allowed an indirect but palpable attack on our own motives. Even to-day we suffer language to reach the public eye, which is anything but just and liberal to us. -It ought uot however to surprise, us that an unshackled Press should beconWobnox ious to those who fear it ; for deformity ne- ver loved a mirror !-But if even we chose t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

<ßo&n*itment ano <&ttmal <$t$m. Government House, Hobart Town, March 3d, 1825. MR. JOHN HAMES is appointed Keeper of the Pound at Hobart Town, tíice Henry Hacking, resigned. Hy Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _JOHN MONTAGU, ¿secretary. moi)etnmmt IJutUir Cotice. THE under-mentioned Persons have obtain- ed Cei tilicates during the last Week : Ann Smallman.Lord Wellington John Evans. Surrey John Gill .Shipley Owen Doghei ty.Bencoolen John Stott, tiied at the Court of Criminal Juiisdiction Hobart Town, 1823. JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. Secretary's Office, March's, 1825._ &ommi00¿m¿it Btp&vtimnh -000 Commissariat Office, March Sd, 1825. TElRESH MEAT.-Persons desirous ofiup -*. plying His Majesty's Magazines, at Ho- bart Town, New Norfolk, and the Coal River, Launceston, George Town, and the Punt South Esk, with Fresh Bleat during the ensuing Quarter, are requested to transmit their Ten- ders to the respective Of...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

Ship News. Sailed on Saturday last for Port Jackson, the ship Cumberland, under the command of the Chief Officer, Mr. Palin ; Captain Carns remaining at this port till the return of his vessel. The brig Deveron, Captain Billett, will posi- tively sail to-morrow for Port Jackson. To CORRESPONDENTS.-A letter, nearly illegi- ble, wretchedly spelled, and cruelly sarcastic on some Gentlemen whoswere named in out- last as eligible to perform the duties of the Magistracy, is acknowledged with contempt. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2 lbs.   Six-pence Halfpenny, Currency. SITTING MAGISTRATE-JAMES SCOTT, ESQ.

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"Post Office, Hobart Town, Jan. 26, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

" Post Office, Hobart Town, Jan. 26,1824. " DEAR SIR,-You will perceive that the Sydney Mails have been opened here, and some Letters taken from them. I was order- ed by HIN HoNoiithe LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR to land them, and ascertain if there were letters for any residents at this place, and recommended to have an understanding with you, for tire purpose of doing so inalfcases, furnishing (as in the present instance) a cer- tificate of the number taken out of each packet. I shall continue to do so until I hoar from you any objection to this measure, which is here conceived to be for the Public good, as it prevents the inconvenience, in all cases tedious, and in some injurious, sus- tained by parties waiting for their return from Sydney. -Your earliest attention to this will )ligej yours, &c. " JOHN THOMAS COLMCOTT, Post-master." George Panton, Esq. Post-master, Sydney.73 aaKna-a«»HMWniníiÉin

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

To the EDITOR. Sin,-In consequence of certain paragraphs which have appeared in the Sydney Gazette, I have to request you to insert the following' short statement : On the 26th of January, 1824, I addressed a Letter to the Post-master at Sydney, a copy of which is subjoined. His Honor the late Lieutenant Governor So KELL feeling that much inconvenience was suffered both here and at Sydney, in consequence of the delays which frequently took place-in the departure from hence of ships from England touching here, and of the absurdity or taking on to Sydney letters for this place to be afterward; returned here, His Honor was induced to or- der that the Mails should be delivered heie, and forwarded to Sydney by the fust con- veyance, thus promoting (as was His Honor's sole objeci) the Public interests of both Co- lonies.-This practice has since continued. But it is a duty I owe to state, that the Post Office here has never in any shape or way been interfered with either directly or in- di...

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POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, February 23d, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, February 23d, 1825. The under-mentioned Persons, charged   as stated against their respective   names, having absented themselves from their usual Places of Residence, all Consta- bles and others are hereby required to use their utmost Exertions to apprehend and lodge them in safe Custody. A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Superintendent of Police. William Ashbee, 114,5 ft. 7 1/2 in. red hair blue eyes, 27 years of age, labourer, tried   in Kent, March 19, 1821, sentence 7 years, native place Schorn, in Kent, ar- rived in this Colony per Malabar, scar over right eye-brow, and several about the mouth, ticket of leave, last employed as overseer, road party, Blackman's River, charged with felony, apprehended at Ross Bridge, and escaped from custody at Jeri- cho, March 14, 1824.-£2 Reward. Peter Adamson, 119, light brown hair,   light grey eyes, 19 years oi age, cabin boy, tried at York in January 1821, sentence 7 &amp...

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Tristan D'ACunha. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 March 1825

TRISTAN D'ACUNHA This Island is situated in the South AttaaJ tie Ocean, about 8000 feet above the levelol the sea, in latitude 37p 6' South, and lonri.l tude li9 4ö' West. It was first taken poJ session of shortly after Napoleon Buonaparte! went a captive to Saint Helena, by a |etarli.[ ment of troops from the Cape of Good Hope which consisted of a Captain, two subalterns! and 100 men : the official motive for seiidiiw whom appears to have been an apprehension that the Americans were anxious to seize the Island. This indeed they afterwards attempt. ed, but on being gallantly resisted by the Garrison, they took refuge in the shipping that had conveyed them, and prudently bore off. The first erections were two Forts or Bat teries, to command the only two landing places, which although now dismounted am] partly in ruins, might again be rendcied tv Jremely formidable at a trifling expense, ar>i!| w ith but littletrouble. Houses for the ticmpj were then substantially raised of stone, ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Anno Sexto GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 5.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act for the summary Punishment of disorderly Conduct in any Offender in the Service of Government, or of any Inhabitant in New South Wales or Van Diemen's Land.] Feb. 8. 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

Huno £cxtû GTZORGII IF, REGIS. (No. 5.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BUIS B\NE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of Ji'tw South IVales, fyc. $c. £jc. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act for the summary Punishment of dis- orderly Conduct in any Offender in the Service of Government, or of any Inhabi- tant in New South Wales or Van Diemen's Land.l Feb. 8. 1825. ÍIEflEAS by an Act passed in the Fifth Year of the Iteign of His Majesty King George the Fourth, entitled " An Act for Transportation of Offenders from Great Bri- tain," His Majesty is authorized to direct, that male offenders, convicted in Great Bri- tain, should be kept to hard labour in any part of His Majesty's dominions, and that such male offenders should be under the ma- nagement of a superintendent or overseer, to be appointed as therein directed ; and fur- ther, that such supei intendent should have the same powers as are incident to the ollice of a sherilf or gaoler ; aud if any oifender as aforesaid, should be gui...

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Anno Sexto GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 4.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act to regulate the Granting of Licences for the Sale of Spirits, Ale, Beer, and other Liquors, in New South Wales, and Van Diemen's Land respectively.] Feb. 8. 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

&imo &txto \GE0RGH IF. REGIS. (No. 4.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRIS- BANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of JVew South Wales, Sçc. fyc. §c. with the Advice of the Council. l[An Act to regulate the Granting of Licences for the Sale of Spirits, Ale, Beer, and other Liquors, in New South Wales, and Van Diemen's Land respectively.] Feb. 8. 1825. WHEREAS it is necessary, to the orderly conduct of public-houses, where strong liquors are sold by retail, that the characters ¡of the occupiers thereof should be subject to ¡strict examination: And whereas it is expe- dient, in considerations of the licences to be granted to such public-houses, to raise cer- tain sums of money in aid of the funds ex- pended in the colony :-Now, therefore, be it enacted by His Excellency the Governor of New South Wales, with the advice of the Council, That no person or persons whatso- ever shall sell or retail any malt, or spiritu- ous, or other fermented strong liquors, in New South Wales...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

TO CORRESPONDENTS. REASON'S^ letter is promptly acknowledged; but, as we fear that its contents would if pub- lished- provoke a continuance of wrathful discussion on a subject which already has ' C5»cited_/rtr too muck, we beg with candour * to rejectit. The counsel addressed to our- selves, however, shall meet with respectful ' attention. CANDIDA is decidedly unfit to meet the public eye. - ' **."* Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in .- Hobart Town : Wlieat,9s. tit} per bush. Barley,'5s. ditto. Oats, j 4s. ditto. Potatoes, 7a. perewt. Mutton, 5Jd. per lb. Beef, 5d. ditto. Hay,,£7 per ton. S^iaw, £l per load. Eggs, Is. 9d. per doz. Butler, 2s. per lb. Fowls,3s. Od. a couple. Cheese, Is. 3d. per lb. Pork, 7d. per lb. Veal. 7d. ditto. Green Foi age, £l 10s. .per load. g^T HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON THURSDAY NEXT. g^T Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2 lbs. Six'peni-e Halfpenny, Currency. SlTTÏIfG'MAGISlRYTE-iA. M 00 DI v., ESQ.

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The Pirates' Song. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

Op tUvatetf gong» Unmoor our baik upon the wave The wave, our vessel's home ; And we will steer her stiff and brave, Far in the salt sea-foam. Unmoor our bark upon the wave--, > Come, steady heaits and bold I AU eager the dull land to Joavc-,-r Her lofty piow behold : Her lofty prow that shall defy The tempest and the shore, And bear us far as winds eau fly, Wild in the Atlantic's roar To hail the yellow Chinese man, Or Afric's sable race, The Moor or tawny Indian, Or give the Mei chant chace. We are a band of iron souls No fear can ever tame ; We'll bear our deeds to both the Poles, In thunder and in flame. We'll crest the white waves gallantly, That läge and hiss below : Comrades, huzza! we're fi ce-we're free- | We own no master now ! Unmoor and sail, the breeze is full, The skies are clear and bright, We're free-we're free as yon sea-gull, That scuds through floods of light. Her anchor's up, her head is round, There's a ripple at hei bow, Her sails fill fast, no mooring groun...

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