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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

V OTICE, is hereby given, that a Spe ^ ciatMeeting of *trí¿ dusticès^ofthe Peace will be field dt the Sessions House, in Hobart Town, on Monday the 5th Day of 'Manch next, for the Purpose of considering'the Propriety of ceifrfying in favor of the Transfer of the' License) granted to'George Owen, to ke^'p the Swan Inn at Bagdad, to William Btitcher\ of the' Muddy'Sains, as the appointee of the iaid^efe Owen. ' : ' « ' ! ; GEORGE (he, VQVq$H,tít¡th)t *'.-% Grace' of xGod of îhe:''r;:(jp&Ma> Kingdom ^GreWlBrtiätii^^ß~ ' ;Ireland', mttg, Deftffl&íffittíey Faithi':ahd:sb:^r^';^'/r.^&^^ fn - the Admirtistratiotín 6f'mttmm% Fullerton; late orN^rfullr PlaiS* iii Van' Piemen's-Lahd^i|^b«; ' deceased; to the fi^xtí^flKw^í: v; Unsaid William FuHer>dn^'Ä^ allChristiàri Êébpley * ^;^^> G&p pTtN É&^-¡;: '¡$0\^ ; ? ^"ÖÜ are hereby,cited and:ïyiëtmffi'Éb i Joe and, appear- in'(VOtïï^wp^iti^b^ Court of Ecclesiastical [Jfurjis Van Diemen's Land.,and.¡n...

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THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

,¿\. THE MÀGfSTRATES. The Magistrates of this .Colony have -'^.li^W^way»-accustomed to receive from v . the Qb^efpment certain rations, through the Commissariat, at a compensation for s the expenses necessarially incurred in the execution of their official duties. Within the fast twelve months these rations were, Jby the' direction of the Government, commuted to an annual allowance- of ¿tbput j^70 per annum, which amounted al together to about £ 1 GOO. ,/7Ïatour police/hias been very defec- tive-l hat great dirhculty has been fre- . queutly expérie'njced in procuring the aj teil dance of a/Magistrate for the dis patcH b^ pu*'ne?s jn jtjlobart Town-and that Pu b1 r¿'Officers'hilve jbeen generally , appointed, whose duties have-required, theil* mtiendärtt-Ä elsewhere, are (acts tool . . notorious to lequiïe âuy observations ÄbAsos.'-" :> » « p', For'Ihepurpósé of prdvîdingà Remedy fo# ihe<e'evil8, ahdi átthé^árrie time, of] x Wa^ín^ intheíháhds'óf^G.overrJteenta Mmfctf'f...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1827. SITTING MAGISTRATE FOR THE NEXT WEEK. J.SCOTT, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

HOBART TOWN," SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1827. SITTING MAGISTRATE FOR THE NEXT WEEK. J.SCOTT, Esquire. IT has been well observed b» an eleçant writer, u that PARTY is the madness of »anv f<>r the gain ol a few." The term " Patty' nascaptivated theimagination, healed the passions, and frequently driven to violence, many of it«* votaries. It is in the nature <>t things that there should be d<fferenee or' opinion upon all subjects, «ttd that the same subject should at dif fetent times be regarded in a différent light by the same person«. It is by such difference t of opinion, canvassed and expressed, that truih is discovered and proved, and *cience advanced. He who would lïierefoie Migmanze such differ- ences' by <be name of PARTY, or who "would drive every person to be of a '-Parly, 'is no friend io the Colony, to society, or'4tne improvement of mankind i *? 'vW¿ are induced to offer these obser ^ , *? Valent as introductory to the situati...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

CORONER'S INQUEST. DKB>T)!>UL CASB.-Yesterday evening, no inquisition was taken in the Board-room of St. Thomas's Hospita), before Thomas Shelton Esq on the body of a young man, wbo was iouud d\ing ou a dunghill, at the back of the Queen's Head luii-yard, on Thursday '' night last. . , Mrs. Ann Wharton sworn :-I resi le in Queen-street, : at the back of the Queen's Head . On ^-Thursday eve- ning last, I observed the deceased enquiring 'Of a neighbour, where be could procure a lodging} ire nir peared in extreme wretchedness, his. person1 scarcely being covered with a rag, and his .body dreadfully lacerated. I afterwards saw him turn out of the street ; about 11 o'clock the sajite night,''! heard a dreadful groaning, a*d epeniftf; tat tftCss nuulovr, I saw the deceased ljing on a dunghill, just inside the Queen's I Head Yard; two or three'persons were around him, and took him away in a wheetbairow. .' Coroner-When you first saw the deceased, did he i. appear ill ' .*~ 1 Witness-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

..'"?? '?"'..' ' " -''." ?'" .. 'OF . 'lipH ïl^ndeteig^ièd* heirjgï the sole Í /% ^ropriëtoi^ of! the HOBART! . "> ToW*v^^^ttí^<l4éemsi, it ? neces- ' ! saty'jo iiifpVat^lits-Friends anöV the ]$üÜ\\c that be has.beeniiiid^r the .necessity pf dispensing, twith the : further Services of JAMES ROSS, . Esq; as the Editor of that Paper. ; TheSübscfibers wi!I¿ in futtire, be 1 pleased to pay their Subscriptions " to ¿lie ündersigriedaloné/ no other CPerson^häviög authority to receive the same.   The Hobart Town Gazette   will, in future, be conducted upon independant Principles, with a due Regard to the Welfare of the Co- lony - the Liberty of the Subject - and a due and proper respect to the Government.   George Terry HOWE Hobart Town Gazette Office, .A^ilWÍ > öj^ctor ( <?f; the Vaa OierrifiD's ;$¿nd-Comnany, previous', to-, the sa i <jpg \ pfitheliugh Çrapfqrd* v.;-/ -,( ío acepmoaodatje ?Peraori§ oVirops ol ....

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 15, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE     Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 15, 1827.   THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to approve of the fol-   lowing Appointments:- ' William Newman (Ticket of Leave), to he Constable at the Lower Clyde. : Robert Morley (Free), per Maria, to be Constable at Campbell Town.       -I I - - - .. By Command of. His Excellency,'} ? - . *"-''' J .-j BPR.N'ETT*

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 15, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE       Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 15, 1827     THE Period for which the undermentioned   Persons were transported,     having expired, they have received   Certificates accordingly.   Walter Cunningham ....... Maria           William Slack ........Guildford   John Freestone ........ Shipley   William Hurt.....Ditto         Thomas Storer ........Ditto   By Command of       The Lieutenant Governor     J. Burnett.          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 February 1827

i . ^> ' r ¡Sherifft Office! Ftb. 15, 18£7 Ijfe< rje Supreme Court, r. * ! ^ Carterighi and Another, v. Brown*. ^ Í ^ and Another. . fpHE Property advertised for Sale, ?? tinder ibis Execution in the Ga- zette of February 3 I, is further postponed' '^Wtitil friday the 23d Instant, at 3 o'clock in theiafternoon, when the SHKBITF will ,. cause the same to be put up for Sale, by Public Auction, on the Premises, at Bag gao*. unless tliis Execution be previously satisfied. ? - *kerfff't Office, February 15, 1827 lathe Supreme Court. " . , Dunn«. VVright. ,'Onvaatdfkfiiy, the 24th instant, at 11 j.i '-otälnck, «the Shei iff will Cause to be !,> JW up for Sale, by Public Auction, at th£ tyew Inn, Jeiicho, ABOUT 17 Head of HORNED 'CATTLE. Ihe Pioperiv of ¡he above Defendant, unless this'Execution 'te previously satisfied. . . ' '. A Sheriff's Offh,"~February 15/1827. In the Supreme 'Cou11., -. Lord e. Cobb. On Monday,",the 2fith Instant, at 12 «'Clock, the Sheriff will Caus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

PUBLIC NOTICE. \ . > -a ALL Persons having Claims for^ Grants arid Leases of .Town Allotments are requested to send a Written Application to the Survey- or General's Office, mentioning the Street, and . particularly* describing the House or Houses, ; in order that no mistakes may occur. Ï ThisNotice refers to all Townships E, DUMARESQ, Act. Sur. Gen. SUPREME COURT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Fiïst Term for 1827, will end on Wednesday the 7th day of March, next. By Order of His Honor the Chief Justice, JAMES WOOD, C. & C¿ CAUTION. IF Francis Murray who engaged himself ap Servant to D. A.,C. G. Roberts does "not re- store forthwith the Blankets and Blunderbuss, the Property ofthat Gentleman, as woll as ac- count for the Money he has received, legal steps will immediately be taken for their recovery.. feerch's Bay, Clarence Plains, Feb. g1.1827. FARM TO LET. FIVE Hundred Acres of Land to Let on Lease, for five years, at a Rent "of ¿ÊÔ0 per an- num....

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, I<'eb. 23, 1827, DR, JAMES BOSS is appointed Soie Printer f-!THB HÔBAKT-TOW3S GAZETTE. By Command of His F^cellency, :t , ' J. BüáNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

GOVERNMENT. NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19,-1827. VHIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to .appoint TOBIAS KIRKWOOD, ; Esquire, Major in His Majesty's 40th Regiment, to be a Justice of the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen'& Land and its Dependencies. By His Excellency's Command, JOHN BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb 15, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

ä^ei^'WfeN^ÄOTICE. >" ;Có7op^^ ?í^'¿Alíiíeá' Into the utTuaL Bonds,' have beetVduty Licensed toad as Auctioneers _Artd^Ve$du*~'M4isterf£ in the County of rCurn*ätf,%Jor ti*ç. present «Year«;.** ^'îtôï. vWjçam* ri ' Writ Te H u acá, >" - í- Mri RHÖ»ATID^WH*TIS. By Coin in and of His Excellency, , . -' ' « - * J. BURNETT. v tf'@ê&iÀfâkWt,0fflW!-&b^i ï soi". H' ;ÁY;:&;S;Í-R'A^ -.?..;'? of suppiy i,ii¿, -M on t lily,>bout, '. ^??-.?' MyeHiffy^d&K '.' "'?'?'; 7 ?'..? ' \ r''' delîvèrabté^át?'? ?H isr ', fvï ajestyfi Lumber yârd«? ¿re requested; tjo transmit Tendt rs, til lierfor?'['{ welye; jv^öhihs'dr jfor such Jrêïiods as'linay'6u.it ihenij, oh or 'before Wednesday ,ihe Tilt of Marchv;--r ! A. MóWiK, A^C^O; ! Commissariat'Oj/ice, Fêb* 9,0, 18^7 .3UGAK &" TEA. -Tenders, accoin *^ panied by Samples, to Supply Three to Five Tons ¿*ugart ' jbiv* or Terr Chests Tea,' m\i be received until VVedtret»day the 7th of March. A. MOOD»K,/A. C. G. - -...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 23, 1827. THE Period for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been issued accordingly. Henry Norwood ..... Caledonia (\) gillam Holding Robert Walters Thomas Gates. Thomas Kenna Maria Guildford (4t) Ditto Dorothy By Command of His Excellency The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, < JOHN BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

COMMîSS*RUT DEPARTMENT. Commissariat Office, February 9,1, 1827, RLQUIR li D, for the Public Servie One Hand Line One Lead Line One Log Line Two Log Glaises One HafMiour Glass **> One Telescope, and A Bell, similar to that in Use at the Lumber-yard _ A Moome, A. C. G. SUPPLIES TOR THE COMMISSARIAT AT PORT DALRYMPLE, Commissariat Office, Launceston, Feb. 17, 1827. I^E-NDERS will be received at this * Office, for the following Supplies, until 10 o'Clock on Friday the lOth of March ensuing, vi»- ,, LAUNCESTON &GEORGE TOWN, Ftesh Meat-Quantity required for the Stores during the Quarter ending 24th June next. Batley or Oafs-Quantity required for the Government Horses and Oxen for the same Period. ROSS BRIDGE. Barten or Oats, and //ay-Quantity required for ihe same Period. Fegetables and Milk-Quantity re» quired for the Gaol and Hospital at George Town for the same Period. I The Tenders to ex cress the Price, in Words at Length, and none will be acknovtlf dged that are not seal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

COURT OF REQUESTS     THE Sitting of this Court, at Launces ton, is hereby ADJOURNED from             Thursday the 1st Thursday the 15th Day of March next, at Ten o'Clock pre     cisely. Joseph HONE,       Commissioner of the Court. Hobart Town, February 15 1827. MR JOHN PETCHEY has on Sale, at his Stores in Davey-street,   an extensive and well selected assortment     of bar and flat iron at £90 per ton, nail rod iron in most excellent condition at 16 per bundle, raw and roasted coffee, best white lead in 56lb. krg* ai 7<l. ptr   lb, English goiip ai 8d. per lb, fugar al 6d< per lb, unbleached calico sheeting, besi wine corks ;-also, a set of luieign China ie* and coilee cup« and saucers. *¿m ß.-Fresh Butter at gs. 6J. pef lo, I WATERLOO MILLS...

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HOBART TOWN, FEB. 24, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

HOBART TOWN, FEB. 24, 1827.           Sitting Magistrate, W. H. HAMILTON, Esq.     Price of Bread, 4d. the 2lb. loaf. Range of the Thermometer during the week, 53 to 84, Barometer, 29.4 to 29.6.   Subscribers, who may not approve of   our present alteration in size and price, will   please to inform us if they wish us to discontinue to send the Paper, all others, we conclude, continue on. our list as     heretofore.                   Whatever appears in this Paper, NOT OFFICIAL, is at the sole-control and responsibility of the Editor.           Numerous Advertisements are unavoidably postponedowing to the late hour at which they reached us. Until our means are enlarged, we mus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

SALES BY AUCTION: -OOQOO-^ BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-street, on Thursday the 1st of March, at 12 o'Clock precisely, with out reserve FIFTEEN Head of Fat CATTLE.-Prompt Payment. - At the same time and place» AN English entire HORSE oí superior strength and symmetry, rising three years old, affording a most desirable opportunity to any person wishing to improve the breed of Draft Horses. Also, 12 pure Merino Rams and 2 Ewes, selected from the celebrated flocks of Mr. Henry, and imported by the Hugh Craw- ford.-Prompt Payment. BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart, in Murray-street, on Thursday the 1st of March, at 12 o'Clock precisely, without reserve, AN elegant PHAETON and Harness complete, recently imported, made after the latest fashion, by one of the first London Coach-makers; and may be viewed the day previous to the sale. Three Months Credit on approved Bills. PRISONERS ABSCONDED.   Principal Superintendent of Convict's Office, 22d of February 182...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, Feb. 10.- The ship Woodford, 542 tons,   Captain Chapman from Sydney, January 30, having on board,a detachment of the 3d Regi- ment or Buffs, consisting of Lieutenant Co- lonel Cameron, Captain Foley, Lieutenant Mac- nab, Lieutenant Barr, Ensign Disborough, and   Dr. Roberts of the 18th Foot, 9 Serjeants, 129 rank and file, 3 drummers, 26 women, and 46 children:- took an board stores for refresh- ment and about 7 tons of potatoes, and sailed for Madras on the 13th instant.         Feb. 14.- The ship Admiral Cockburn, 351 tons, Captain W. J. Cooling, from London 19th of September, having touched at the Cape of Good Hope, with various merchandize, among which are 150 hhds. of porter, 46 casks of bottled ale, 88 puncheons of rum, 11 ditto Geneva, 11 ditto brandy, 23 barrels of tar, 45 boxes flint glass; seeds, tools, linens and cottons, toys, hats, soap, playing cards, haber- dashery and mi...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19, 1827. HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to make the following appoint- ments:- - Major TOBIAS KIRKWOOD, 40th Regiment, to be Commandant of the Field Police. Major RICHARD TURTON, to act as Engineer. By His Excellency's Command, JOHN BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb[?] 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 February 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb, 23, 1827. THE Ship Andromeda having arrived at the Derwent with Male Convicts, settlers requiring labourers will make immediate application to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts, in the form prescribed by the Government Notice of the 28th December, 1826. By Command of His Excellency   The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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