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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

OßPOKT of a MEETING of the *.*' Inhabitants of that Part of Elizabeth street extending from Wellington Bridge to Melville-street, held at the Bricklayer's Arms Tavern, on Wednesday the 31st Day of August, 182.5, for the Purpose of considering the most effectual mo<!e of protecting themselves and their Property from the nightly Depredations to which they aie now subject. Mr. John Buiggs in the Chair. Resolved unanimously - I.--That each Individual do place in a conspicuous sicuacion, before that part of his Divei.iug fronting the Main Street, a Glass Lamp ; and that the same shall be sufficiently supplied wich Oil, and be kept burning during the hours of dark- ness in the Night. 2.-That a Monthly Contribution be raided for the Support of »wo Watch men, who shall Patrole the above line of Street ; and for other Expences in- cidental theieto. / 3-That the followirg Gentlemen be no- minated a Committee for the general regulation of the Business of the Watch, and for the Super...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 September 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. rpO be LET or SOLO, and m*y be A entered upon in one Month, a neat COTTAGE, finished in a superior style, situate at the upper end of Macquarie street, corner of Molle-street, containing six Rooms, with a Kitchen detached, and a large Garden, now in the occupa tion of Alfred Stephrn, Esq. Barris, ter at Law. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. John Fawkner, near the Ship Inn, Collins stieet, Hobart Town. HPObeSOLD, a good Family HOUSE, -*. situate in Davey-street, fronting the Harbour, containing two front Pailours, two Bed-rooms and a Kitchen, with a small House detached, formerly used as q School, and a fine Garden well stocked with fruit trees, now in the occupation of Mr. Underwood, Auctioneer. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. Johi* Fawkner, near the Ship Inn, Collins street, Hobart Town. H HOPKINS has on Sale, at his Store, in Eiizabeth-street, the fol-     lowing GOODS, viz ;-A large and ex- tensive assortment of.iron, by the to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

, w v w .»- v ^ -^^-nr <^r*^#NT r ADVEUTÍSEMENTS. SUPREME COURT OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THIRD TERM, 1025. I^TOTICE* is hereby given that this *^ Term will commence on Saturday the Tenth Day of September Instant, and will end on Saturday the Eighth Day of October next. ' Samuel Spode, Clerk of the Court. Supreme Court Oftice, ) Sep». 3, 1825. S jl/rtt. GiiORGit lMiRiG, being about * * to leave the Colony bv an early Opportunity, requests that all Claim« against him may be forthwith presented; and also, that all Persons who may stan* indebted to him will liquidate their^c cnun.tft immediately, in order to preven the necessity of resorting to legal Mea sures. ° ° TWENTY DOLLABS RtíVVABD. fÄJTUEHEAS a number of Mimosa,« Wattle Trees, on our Farms, bav been siripi of their Bark within *he lal ten Days, after repealed Notices forbii dittgjthe same, .die aboyeJ£ejyaxd_wi!lJ given to any" Person giving suchTrtfb marion, as will convict the Olfenderö. jAMKd GOBDOK. John La Ki: la n1...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, September 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. I September 1, 1825.   MR. STEPHEN FOWES is ap- pointed a Constable at New Nor-     folk.       By his Honor's Command,     John Montagu, Secretary.                                       COMMISSARIAT OFFICE,   June 21,1925. FRESH MEAT.- The undermentioned Quantities will be received, as Specified,   viz:- HOBART TOWN.   Sept. 16. Samuel Hood .... 7000, at 3 7/8. 23. Ditto ....... i.... 7000, ditto   SORELL.   John Wade, weekly Quantity, during the   Quarter, at 4d. per lb.   RICHMOND BRIDGE.   Roger G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

;fn>DV,ÉRrnSEMEÑT3': '. ' , " » ' .' -** ,. » TO »be LET, ajargei and productive , .GAR UEK(;.a\;;Ne,w town, »welt stocked"with fruit tree?» &ç..iu full bemv' ing, wiih a s. all Cottage. ' An.iuclusirious man would find it advantageous, as.,an arrangement might be.made, with a family on tire spot, to take vegetables io.payment for the rent.-Apply avilie Office of, iltjs Paper. , c '." . ^ . . j rnO-be LET, a Brick D^ELLi^i « HOIISE,nexf'Dooj-to;the Office 'p{{ this Papers-a 'nit>gf''eligible situation fon Business,'- being placed in the rhost central part of Elizabeth-street. For further Par- ticulars apply to Mr. David Lo Rp, Mac-! quariestreer. .- ' SJTRAYED from Geill's Town Carm,, . upon Saturday the 27th August, 1825,( a .Black. BULLOC K named Hogau, with a white .brisket, the near horn inclinedr upwards,- and marked.43 on ihe near hip,; the property of the Crown. Any Person having found-the said Bullock,, or will' give such Information ..as may lead-.td its Recov...

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THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Weeks     The Loaf of Two Pounds - 8d. Wheat, 16s a bushel; English barley, 7s ; Cape ditto, 6s ; Potatoes, 8s. a cwt; Butter, 3s. a lb ; Fowls, 3s. 6d. a couple ; Eggs, 2s. a dozen ; Milk, 6d. a pint ; Tea, £14 a chest ; Sugar by the bag, 5d a lb.   Silling Magúllate 'for the tnsmng-Wtek, - fc 'Janis Scott," Esq. -? Í TO CORRESPONDENTS. ¿^^^Çbrresp'ondehts will excuse our posW Communications to a future Number, .. jí;;: ii? í order to makeVródm ^r ^English: ,-4y.:News.'*f.- J'v-, -ù- ?*.?:?.'?'.'..?? ;-":.:..£ " ¡'\": ' ; ; We have to acknowledged in particular, r v ;j,, w.ith our ^ést thanks.*' the "letter signed [?v.;:>!*<; Live «ind let live, '<which shall appear W ,-soon^and the *' Horatii," a dramatic >;: ^;.;tlial()guè; in two acts, by a Sujc>feri¡be'f ' , i^vriàt-Pitt-water. We hope.soon to have \" ; ^ a supply of materials, which wilPeriable inglis;...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. A steam vessel has been propelled on   the Thames by means of four small steel chambers, six feet long, and five inches in diameter, instead of a boiler, and has answered the purpose extremely well. Carriages to be driven on the common   road, on a similar principle, are in pro- gress. To so new and important an in- vention, combining economy with safety, and promising such great advantages to the Public, we wish every success. The Spring London fashions arrive just in season for Van Diemen’s Land. The performance of the Italian opera, at the small theatre in the Haymarket, and the concerts at the Argyle Rooms, where the   powerful talents of Madame Chalani are   displayed, draw together an elegant as- semblage of fashion. White increases every day in favour; These dresses are   made of fine Indian muslin, with flounces richly embroidered, and a row of open work in satin stitch surmount...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVED, September 7--The schooner Prince   Regent, Captain Salmon, from Batavia 28th July- Passenger-Lieutenant Cart- wright, Bengal Artillery brother of Mr. George Cartwright. September 8.-The ships Andromeda,       Captain Muddle, with merchandize, and about 25 passengers ; and Medina, Cap-   tain Briggs, with 179 prisoners, one having   died on the passage. They have not got above Birch Bay owing to the gale blowing down the river but the Post- master, with a promptitude that deserves the public thanks, took a boat and brought up the mail on Thursday. SAILED,   September 8. The schooner Prince   Regent, for Sydney, not having come   higher up the river than Craw Fish Point. Same day, the brig Prince Leopold, to     North west Bay, for timber. STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 29TH AUG. TO 5TH ...

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CORONER'S INQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

CORONER'S INQUESTS.           An inquest was held op Wednesday last at the Hope and Anchor, Macquarie-street, on the body of John Walton a seaman be-   longing to the brig Prince Leopold. On Monday, Mr. Hassel, of the Glory, was fishing from the vessel, and booked some thing which he thought was a body, but the hook broke as he endeavoured to draw it to the surface. The following night a   body was found floating alongside, in a dreadfully wasted and putrid state, which proved to be that of John Walton. A snatch-block was tied to the right thigh, which weighed about 20 pounds. The deceased was much addicted to drinking, and for ten days before he was missing, was seldom, if ever, sober. Intoxication seemed to have brought on a sort of mental   phrensy. A constant dread of some one being about to apprehend him, haunted his mind. He was so disordered, as at times   to i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 September 1825

In the Supreme Court. Cartwright and Another, v. Healey. Lord v. Same. To be Sold by Auction, by Direction of the Sheriff, at Mr. Collicott's, on Sa- turday next, the 17th instant, at 12 o Clock, A FARM of 33 Acres, situate at the Green Point, the Property of the above Defendant, unless these Executions be previously satisfied. MR. WELLS acquaints his Friends that his Office will, in future, be in   the New Building adjoining the Derwent Hotel; and that as he will have, in con- stant employ, at least one Clerk bred to the Law, the Public will find dispatch and accuracy in the branch of Conveyancing, and other Office branches, in addition to the assistance afforded by Mr. W. in Per- son, as a Referee and Accountant. N.B. -A complete File of Hobart Town Gazettes, from the commencement of the Administration of Lieuteuant Go- vernor SORELL may be seen at Mr. WELLS Office by any, respectable Per-   son having occasion to refer. WILTSHIRE HOUSE.   GE...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 17th, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

GOVERNMENT' & GENERAL ORDER. * . ÇlfVIL DEPARTMENT. .???', ¡Colonial Secretary's Office, I '< .' / " August 1 7th, 1S25. '. H*S Exeellengy the Governor, haying received a Despatch from «jn Bathurst, stating it to be His JUjbsty's Pleasure that New Sputh Wales anp Van Djemen's Land shall be ^Portioned into Counties, Hundreds, and fwishes ; and also» that, the Crown j*nds, within, the same, be valued:-H* s frxcELLERcyj therefore, in furtherance JJ the said.intended Measure, has by His fvUjifSTY*s Command, issued the folio w ,ngCpmmjssjons;- . J%THOMAS BRISBANE." ] GEORGE THE*FOURTH, BY TUEßkJCE OF QOL>, of tU United Kingdom of Great Britain <md Ireland, King, Defender oj the . \$aith. '7 'J "'* ' . Tn ' ' ' *' ' r ' Aty TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS * ?UALL COMB,- ; , J^NOVV Y% that We, having taken ioval v t0*' .Royal Coniide^tíon the u'auy, Integrity,' and Ability of our trusty and well-beloved John Oxley, Esq. Our Surveyor General of the Colony of New Sout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. ÇJTRAYED from GeilP« Town Farm, *^ upon Saturday the 271 li August, 1825", a Black BULt'OCK'mimed Hogan, with a white brisket, the near horn inclined upwards, and marked 48 on the near hip, the property of the Crown. Any Person having found the said Bullock, or will ¡»ive such Information as may lead toits Recover}', shall, upon application to ilte Principal Superintendent, be rewarded fur his Trouble; hut any Person fauud detaining the said Bullock after this No tice, shall be prosecuted with the utmost Rigour of the Law. John Lakeland, Principal Superintendent Principal Superintendent's > . Office,. Seb. 9, 1825,, $" TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. rarHÈREA'Sa'nûmberbf Mimosa.01 * * Wattle Trees,- on our Farms, havi been stript of their Bark within the 1«' ten Days, after repeated Notices fofj'jl ding the same; the above Reward w,"r "I given to any Person giving such I"'0! mation as will convict the Offenders. I1?* jA-MRsGbRDOtí.J!Üe John L'AkELAN|j?s. District of Sussex...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1825. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds—8¾d. Provisions same as last week. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing. Week, SYDNEY COTTON, Esq. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1823. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds-8|d. Provisions same as. last«week. . " Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing. Week, * Sydney Cotton, Esq. * ^ TO OORRESPONOENTS. ¡"^Pe-djope to avail ourselves of the valii Ll$$è contributions of our correspond irtg^ friends next week.

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Sydney Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

s(* I S0iißy extracts. 'j By the St/1 Michael, wé have received Sydney Papers to ihè 22d August. | The Gazette of ih& tSth August, con- tains the appointment of John Stephen, iEsq. Bairisterat Law, to be an additional .Judge in the Supreme Court of New 'South Wales. Tnis is a measure which must prove highly acceptable to the Cliief Justice there, whose health had. for some time, been very infirm. It is an example which<must soon be followed 1 here, where the business to come before the Court, is accumulating to an alarm- ing degree. I "The investigation, directed by Earl Bathurst, into the charges against Dr. Douglas, had terminated favourably to that Gentleman, and a commission was tissued appointing him Secretaiy to the Council. The Phoenix» Captain Dixon, was re- loading after having been repaired. < The French Discovery ships, were still theie. Captain Bougainville had made some excursions in the interior, and had made a lar«e collection of natural ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

v^^iu ! EY MRÍ J. T. COLLtéOTT, - v-^ At his Mart in Murráy-streety THIS ' DAY,1 at 12 o'Clódc preeiselvV-wi'tjv . out Reserve, ;the 'following'f'AHiéles, the Property!'of Captain iCoWoN» proceeding to India,.' . ". ' ?*I * ' AN excerj^nt GfG.(nearly n^w)>itti London^mácle soi-ings, a ¿ojid saíl^Je^ bridle, martingale, '&c, complefè;; à fou* post mahogany bedsteaH, with., niattras-y curtains, &c : a child's beHstèad/ with dimity*curtains 4 a cedar washing stand, twt> travelling .trunks,, ar larffe Kidder- minster carpet, a hearth. r,ug, a mahogany travwith stand, and a Variety of Kitchen Furniture. Also,'.a complete Brewing Machine*». ,',--? ",., ; ,.?,. > ... . . « . ,A$ the,same Titn^ah.d. Place». . ; , THREE Gows in cSf, .one Heife* .- and "Calf,; and tw$ Steere. / .;'..'* TO STutT,^ Bnck' DWELL!N% HQVßE, n ext poor, vi.the < îffiçe of this Paperr-^a most eligible situation for Business, being;p]aced;;in thernofct centra;! part of ,¿!]zabet,ri-...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. The Court sat in the new Court-house for the first time. The Solicitor General commenced his address to the Court, explanatory of cer- tain practices in the Court, which he judged improper,and on which he grounded his motion, that the Attorney General should be called on to answer the matter contained in certain affidavits, which he was about to lay before the Court. The Learned Gentleman said.—"I am   about to bring before the Court a subject, than which it is almost impossible to bring one, in any point of view of more impor tance. Upon the dignity and honour, upon the integrity and purity of the legal profession, depend the vital interests of the community. Motives may be strictly honest, but if a practice in itself impure, dangerous in its tendency, placing suitors in the Court completely in the power of the profession, prevails, it is essential that that practice should be put an end to. It is the duty of a legal practicer, to e...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     ARRIVED,     September 11.-The ship St. Michael,     Captain Beveridge, from Sydney 22d August. Cargo-3300 bushels maize, 90 bushels barley, and some cedar for Government, 200 bushels maize for Mr. Lowes, and sundry other merchandize. Passengers-Ensign Pigott, Rev. Mr. M'Arthur, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Thomson,   Mrs. Harris, and three others.   The Andromeda, from Gravesend 28th   April, brings a general cargo of goods. Passengers to this Colony-Mr. Eddie, Mrs. Eddie, Mrs. Badley, Miss Kirton, Mr. John Gleadow, Mr J. Richardson, Mr. John Gold, Surgeon, Mr. Clement Gold, Mr. J. Leonard Gold Mr. Thomas Clitherow, and Mr. H. R. Mackay. September 14.-Cleared out, the ship Cumberland, Captain Palin, for Rio Janeiro and London. Cargo-479 bales of wool, 40 tons of dried Mimosa balk, 15 tons of extract of bark, 40 tons of oil, 43 casks of seal skins, and 6...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, 14th Sept. 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, 14 th Sept. 1825. The undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom     during the last Week : CERTIFICATES.     William Lear ...... Dromedary Elias Smith ........ Ditto       Thomas Jones ...... Ditto John Morris ...... Ditto Henry Bartlett .... Ditto   Thomas Webb ...... Globe Mary Inman ....... Maria Peter Hand ........ Bencoolen John Dunhill ....... Ocean William Axford ...... Guildford(4) Daniel Cook ...... Indefatigable Richard Lewis Jones Ditto Denis Redmond ..... Mary Daniel Mandez .... Fanny Thomas Brown .... John Barry William Groves ... Countess   Harcourt       John Boo?e...... Hibernia Edward Mansfield .... Baring John Edwards...... Earl St. Vincent JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. -'?-:-l¿-'ILil-L-¡-!-Lj-: COMMISSARIAT OFFICE June 21, 1825. &n...

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ANNO SEXTO GEORGH IV. REGIS. No. 14. [An Act to stay Proceedings against the Colonial Treasurers of New South Wales, and, Van Diemen's Land respectively, or any other Person for collecting, Ievying, or receiving Duties. [August 10, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

ANN0 SEXTO           GEORGE IV. REGIS, No. 14. By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRIS- BANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Co- lony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act to stay Proceedings against the -Colonial Treasurers of New South   -Wales, and, Van Diemen's Land re   - spectively, or any other Person for - collecting, levying, or receiving Duties. [August 10, 1825.             WHEREAS, it is expedient that the       Colonial Treasurer of New South     Wales and Van Diemen's Land respec- tively, and every other Person, who may have collected or received any Rate or Duty upon any Goods, Wares or Mer- chandize imported into New South Wales or Van Diemen's Land respectively, should be protected from vexa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

- ADVERTISEMENTS Murder ! ' A FREE PARDON, AND ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD. WHERAS JOHN SPICER, a Corporal in His Majesty's Fortieth Regiment, was, on Thursday the Eighth Day of this present Month of Septem- ber, most inhumanly murdered in a Marsh near to the Shannon Tier of Hills, by a Banditti of Men whose Names are at present unknown, a Re- wald of One Hundred Pounds will be paid to any Perron, not a Principal in the Deed, who shall give such Informa- tion as will lead to the Apprehension and Conviction of the said Offenders : And I am authorised by His Honor the Lieutenant GOVERNOR, to make known, that, in addition to the above Reward, a Free Pardon will be extended   to any Prisoner, now under the Sentence of the Law, not a Principal in the said Deed, who shall give such Information   as will be the Means of apprehending and convicting the said Murderers. A. W. H. Humphrey, Superintendent of Police. Police Office, Hobart Town, September 13, 1825. PUBLIC ...

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