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The Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

I m)t erourtof lUcuiiat*. 0 \ 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 fuis Establishment, which has been for ny months most earnestly expected, and to he want of which may safely be imputed the oídiiess vilh which innumerable defaulters ¡ave jccied the ciedulity of Hobart Town ^¡.-.people, «ill be opened, we trust,imme liaielY. It is not in oui power to imagine a caso» for any fuither delay, as the learned Jonniiissioner has been appointed ; and as, ¡ie believe, he must be anxious to'amclioiale l,e condition of those creditois, who have a iultiulicity of small claims, but are now prc tMited fiom enforcing them by the immense lflW charges in the Supreme Court. Per- ons, however, the proper authorities are de ííieratmg on what fees" shall be demanded, f so, let us hope they may lefleot with ¿lue onsldcratiou on the present embairassraents /a certain class-for it would be at least in- expedient to impose pioportionate exactions noredistiessing than those which are levied ia the-Sydoej Couit of Requests, v...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR, Haret Lateri Lethalis arundo! The deadly arrow rankles in the wound! [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

To the EDITOR, Ilatret Lateri Lethalis arando ! The deadly arrota rankles in the wound! Sin,-I congratulate you on the wnthings, pd twistings, and contortions exhibited by Íhr enemies ! I mean the enemies of public iberty-those fatteners upon the public urse, who not only feed, but strut and ?vaguer at the expence of our industry ! It s quice delightful to see the panic and dis huy, with which your spirited and manly tonducr, in giving utterance to the public oice, has overwhelmed the whole cabal! thank your Correspondent, " Common MM," for "his hist most .appropriate motto. íes, Sir, Lin g ute centum sum, oraque centum ; aereare au hundred tongues loudly ex Jaiming against the present profuse and la ?s>h expenditure of our Resources, upon a mt of idlers : and yet their hired advocates jor what other can they be) in the same ji'eath assert that all the expressions.of our ^mplain ts, come from one pen ! Oh ! mise.* ¡bje drivellers ! Your Correspondents D ha Common Sense give us a ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. The poisoned dart Sticks in his side and rankles in his heart. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

To the EDITOR. ___________The poisoned dart Sticks in his side and rankles in his heart. SIR,-I should not again have obtruded myself upon your columns, were I not accu- sed by your Correspondent D, with at- taching scandal to the Sacerdofal Character, in not having sufficiently reverenced the ten thousand eminent virtues, which he has so la- vishly bestowed on the Reverend Gentleman ; the enumeration of which he closes by chal- lenging the sceptical and incredulous. The irresistible testimony of facts, unre- futed and unrefutable, contained in my letter of the 4th of February, had no connexion with that-Gentleman's multitudinous acts of benevolence. It barely developed the mis- application of the labour of a Government Gang of men, and the malversation of their provisions received from His Majesty's Ma- gazine, which unwarrantable conduct are   still persevered in by Messis. Boultbee and Co. Will it be believed by D's expansive conscience, that, "independant of the men...

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 — 11 March 1825

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS Government House, Hobart Town, March 9th, 1825. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint the Rev. WILLIAM BEDFORD, JOSEPH HONE, Esq., and ANTHONY FENN KEMP Esq., to be a Committee for Managing the Temporalities of St. David's Church, in Hobart Town. The Committee is requested to meet at the Government House, on Monday next, the 14th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, when his HONOR will communicate the Instructions, by which he wishes the Committee to be guided in its Proceedings. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS Government House, Hobart Town, March 9th, 1825. JAMES COLLINS is appointed District Con stable for the North West District of   Hobart Town, in Place of James Roberts, al- lowed to resign. MICHAEL CALLAGHAM is appointed Consta- ble for Hobart Town, in Room of Peter Har-   kins, dismissed. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU...

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

SHIP NEWS SHIP NEWS. Sailed on Friday last the brig DEVERON, Cap-   tain BILLETT, for Port Jackson, from whence she will return to this Port prior to her depar- ture for England.-Passengers, Captain Wil- son (owner), Mrs. Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Pearson. On Saturday sailed for Sydney, also, the '. packet Governor Macquarie, Capiain Thomp kins, intending to return to tbÍ3portin tlnee werks.-Passengeis, John Raine, Esq. and T. V. Lowes, Esq. The Pkwnix may be looked for here in the course ot tho ensuing month, when she will proceed direct for England. "The schooner Sally will sail next week for Launceston.

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

HBUQaKMKCtlUÏJKro) TRIDA Y, MARCH il, 1825. u Never commence any undertaking un iU thou hast well considered the conse- quence,'" is an eastern precept of universal applicability.-Had we remembered it when the angry though able discussion be- tween Q and Common Sense began, we surely would have interposed to stop it, because what are ita results ?-but a bale- ful interchange of acetbiiies, and the diffu- sion pf party colovicd ¿tactores, which, from beingv?'> coloured, cannot produce ad- vantage, whilst they absorb week after week those piecious columns which ought to be occupied for the Public weal. Q and Common Sense are men of learning, men of experience, and men of eloquence. Their research is profound, their metapho- rical allusions are generally apposite, and their wit is splendid in even its minutest scintillations I These compliments are their due, and we pay them cheerfully. But learning, experience, eloquence, research, and, all the mental attributes of man may be abuse...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, March 10th, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 March 1825

POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, March 10th, 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. 7.5 in. red hair, blue eyes, 27 yeais of age, labourer, tried in Rent, 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, Blackmail'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 of age, cabin boy, tried at York in January 1821, sentence 7 years, native place Lerwick...

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 March 1825

'¡i .To. the EDITOS. Sin,-T was much pleased to find by last week's Gazette, that no Correspondence of a scurrilous nature wbuld be published-that whilst you admitted each friend to the Pub- lic should point out public abuse, you felt he should point it out in a tone of decorum, and with the language of a Gentleman-that in fact you very properly considered,-because measures were disliked, was no good reason why the Officers bound to administer them should be incessantly calumniated, I most cordially agree with you ; and although the following remarks may at first excite your suspicion, they are solely intended for pub- lic advantage, aud perfectly free from any invidious application. Our present Naval Officer may, for ought I know or believe to the contrary, be a most amiable man, and highly meritorious ol' es- teem; but his official labours cannot be great, nor even half what those of his predecessor were. Why therefore is it whispered that, he is to have a Deputy ? # Good God, Sir...

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To the EDITOR, A Clerical character. Qui capil, ille facil. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

To .the EDITOR, A Clerical character. t¿iti capil, illcfacU, SIR,-if you think the following extract .of what is not becoming in a Clergyman like- ly to interest any of your Readers', you are at liberty to publish it. It corresponds ex- actly with my own ideas of clerical decorum, and I am sorry to say that some of the Cler- gy are rather apt to iuterfere in political disputes, and that too with no little viru- lence, it is impossible however that such of them as give way to a polemical disposi- tion can be either loved or respected by their parishioners. They may be feared it is true, from extraordinary power being placed in their hands, but can never be venerated as Clergymen ; nor can they, with either con- sistency or effect condemn any of their flock for giving way to their worthless passions, while they, themselves, unhappily, afford so injurious an example. To allay animosity and not to excite and encourage it, is the pious and heavenly duty of the preacher ; and if such a ma...

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British Extracts. COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. [From the St. Vincent Gazette of June 26.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCE. f From the St. Vit ie<>t Gazelle of June 26.] Tapers from Dominica to the 16th he ve reached us during the week. The new House of Assembly of Dominica was sitting on the lJth mst., but as we have not received the ropers containing the h rsl proceedings of the home, we cannot say what communications patót d between the Earl Huntingdon and that body iii opening the session. Ou the 2d hist, ¿l.f prin'.er of the Gazette was called before ti e i.ouse, and underwent a short examin- ation, tonching th« publicationof the agent's huerto the tommitteee ot Correspondence, announcing the intended removal of the Go- vernor, which, it appears, the house had re olved " should not he placed upon the Mi- nués." The printer denied that he had any ¡revious knowledge of this circumstance, idmitted that he had received a cop) of (he etter from &?r. Charles G. Hobson, and that ublic opinion was divided as to whether or K)t he had dont» good to the colony by it...

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(Extract from the Letter of a Mercantil[?] House at Batavia, dated Dec. 8, 1824.) (RECEIVED PER ALMORAH.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

(Extract from the Letter of a Mercantile   House at Batavia, dated Dec. 8, 1824.) (RECEIVED PER ALMORAH.) Our market since the commencement of the present year has afforded little en- couragement for importation of European manufactures, in consequence of the exor- bitant duties now leviable on all woollen & cotton goods not being of the fabric of the Netherlands. Whether the new treaty will ameliorate our condition remains to be pro- ved ; but should the present system be pur- sued, the most ruinous consequences may be expected to this Colony. We are at this moment engaged in warfare with the natives of the Celebes, the Chinese at Sam- bas ; and within a few days have been heard   of an insurrection at Palernbaug. The Go- vernment are without money or resources of any kind ; and the most fearful appre- hensions are entertained. " We find by the Almorah, that a failure of your grain crops was expected ; and the arrival of this vessel has had the eff...

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 March 1825

'-000 To ilie EDITOR. SIR,-I have, like Common Sense, witnessed for some time past, with indignation, the many insidious attacks perpetually made by various evil-disposed persons in your widely circula- ted Paper, upon the greater proportion of our official characters ; and I have often wished that some person amongst us (capable of gi- ving them a full and satisfactory contradicti- on) would long ago have stepped forward for that purpose. The great majority of the com- munity, it is true, know these reiterated in- sinuations to be false. But your Journal, Mr. Editor, it should be recollected, finds its way to England, where the Gentlemen thus held up to general odium and obloquy, have doubtless friends and relatives. What must be the feelings of pain and anxiety excited in' their minds by the perusal of such serious accusations as those which in every succeed- ing. .Newspaper must meet their eyes?-icap~ parently made without the fear of contradic- tion, and published " by authority...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Sydney Intelligence. (From the AUSTRALIAN, Feb. 24.) SERIO—COMIC EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

¿Êgïmtg £iii£Utgeiu& (Frohe the AUSTRALIAN, Feb. 24.) SERIO-COMIC. E»'ENT. The dull monotony of Sydney events has fcecn a little broken in upon by a comical in cideiit which occurred last week, it is un- doubtedly in the recollection ol'our leaders, that i HE A i MOR MI was chartered by Govern- ment, or by the Commissary, in the early part j of ¡september last, to make a voyage to oata vi,, io letch a cargo of sundries-cousiattng oí nee, of dollars, of sugar, of wheat, and 01 Tfc,, to meet and provide against the horrors of an apprehended (by whom wekuow not) la mine. iSow, so it happens, that Batavia is in thlistUiit#iifc'»v*thirf.itJïich.Jtlie J&ást india Com- pany liave and possess the exclus, vc right of tiadmg,more particularly in the article ot tea. Ihe privileges of the Company have in some respects been narrowed by recent enact- ments. Still, however, Ihey are in the full enjoyment of this brauch ol trade, as former- ly. It also further happeus, that, althoug...

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IN THE SUPREME COURT. Civil Side. KING V. COOPER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

-------------------- IN THE SUPREME COURT. Civil Side. KING V. COOPER. This was an action brought by the Attor- ney-General at the suit of the King, and call- ed an Information of Intrusion against Mr. Robert Cooper, for taking possession of a certain parcel of Crown land near Black Wattle Swamp, without legal authority. The Attorney and Solicitor-General appeared on behalf of the Crown. The Attorney-General stated the nature of the case and the plead- ings to the Jury. Dr. Wardell then address- ed the Jury on the part of Mr. Cooper. Af- ter making some observations on the import- ance of the case, and the injustice of the pro- ceedings, as also the effect of these on most of the titles to land in the colony, which did not happen to be under seal, the learned Counsel detailed at length the circumstances of the case. Mr. Cooper, it appeared from his statement, on seceding from the partner- ship with Mr. James Underwood, in the other distillery, determined on erecting a dis- tillery h...

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

TU ou-. To the EDITOR. SIR,-Through your respectable and w ide ly circulating Journal, I beat up for a mon* able volunteer than mysell to take up the cud- gels and battle the watch for pout Jack ' 1 allude to the article in the Poit Regula- tions enforcing vessels of one hundred tons burthen to keep a watch of four in number all night. Now, Sir, during the war the complement allowed both by the Transport and Navy Boards was five men and one boy for everyone hundred tons, which is more, than is carried in the merchant service gene* rally. I am consequently anxious to Team how five men are to be divided at the end of a hard day's labour to keep watch hy four alL night, and be ableto return to their i|ufy in the morning ? I confess it is a part of my professional duty in which I am deficient^, though my experience is considerable ,both; in His Majesty* s and the merchant service. , Have the English navigation, laws provided '' - i, any clause to protect a commander in thi'j port more t...

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(From the AUSTRALIAN, Feb. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

(From the AVSTHAT.IAN, Feb. 17.) In another column will be found a report of the extraordinary trial of'the King v. Cooper, on an Information of Intrusion ir'to the piece of ground called the Black Wattle Swamp. We cannot but look upon the at- tempt which was thus made to regain pos- session of this land by the Crown as most un- just and impolitic-unjust, because if it were even true that a mistake had been made by the Assistant Surveyor in measuring this land to Mr. Cooper, still it was more fitting that the Government itself should suffer from the errors of its own officer, than that the con» seqo «tices of that error should fall on an in* dividual :-impolitic, because the. larger por- tion of the community hold their landed possessions precisely on the same tenure as Mr. Cooper, and a question therefore striking so directly at the root of the real property of the Colonists, should not, as li appears to us,-have been mooted to accomplish so pal- try au object, as the recovery of t...

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

To the EDITOR. SIR,-Pray give the following a place in your valuable Paper : . A dispute arose the other day between two men of business, in a matter of account. It was agreed to be left to arbitration, and the sum in dispute I believe did not exceed £] 50, for the adjustment of which, the charge of «£50 was made-the time consumed did not exceed that number of hours.-'}uery, if the account was wilfully mis-stated, whether were the men of business or the arbitrators the most' designing ?-In hopes that this may meet the eye of those whom the cap may fit, and put a stop to such improper charges. -Il remain, yours*, &c. STENTOR.

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

Ship News Arrived on Friday last the brig Hawies, Captain Dibbs, with 1000 bushels of wheat, and 20 chests of tea, for Government, from Port Jackson.-This vessel will return to Syd- ney in about a fortnight.-Passenger, Mr. Wilson.     Arrived from Port DalrympIe on Sunday last, the Colonial schooner Governor Arthur, Mr. Cunningham, master, with seal skins, &c. The Governor Arthur will sail for Launceston on Sunday. Weekly Return of the Prices of Articles in   Hobart Town :- Wheat, 9s. 6d per bush. Barley, 5s. ditto. Oats, 4s. 6d. ditto. Potatoes, 7s. per cwt. Mutton, 5 ½d. per lb. Beef, 5d. ditto.     Hay, £7 per ton. Straw, £1 per load. Eggs, 1s. 9d. per doz. Butter, 5s. per lb. Fowls, 3s. 0d. a couple. Cheese, 1s. 3d. per lb. Pork, 8d. per lb.   Veal, 8½d. ditto.   Green Forage, £1 10s. per load. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2 lbs.   Six-pence Halfpenny, Currency. &a...

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

¡ Government House, Hobart Town, March 6th,: 1825       THE Government artel. General Older of the 21st'of June 1822, requiring that all Convict Servants in the Country, when not employedundër the Eye oi'their Master, should be subject to an ostensibly and appioved Over- seer, having been ^very"'generally neglected; and the Stock-keepers in distant and remote Parts- being under po kind of Surveillance, continuing .to receive, harbour, and give In- telligence to those lawless Characters denomi- nated Bush Rangers, the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR ht»S directed the Re-publication of the Order in Question ; "and announces bis Deter- mination that it shall no longer remain a dead Letter, /but be rigidly and strictly enforced. On every Property on which the Proprietor is not )actualíy resident, as well ' absolute Grants; as Reserves» distant Farms, Stock runs, or Grazing Grounds, where any, Crown Servant is placed, a steady Man, either Free, or holding a T...

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Original Correspondence. For the honourable reason assigned in our last Gazette, we chose to reject Reason's letter, of the 4th instant; but we now publish it, together with his subsequent threat, imputation, and remonstrance. Our Readers will thereby perceive the irksome nature of an Editor's avocations, and know whom they should reprove if the tocsin blast should again be reverberated from those unrefuted writers, of whom REASON speaks, but against whose statements, we must undoubtingly admit, he rather unluckily forgets to argue. We fear, that hostilities will recommence. But, like Pilate, we can wash our hands, and joyously feel ourselves innocent of any desire to renew them. To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 March 1825

<&vi$i%\al <8ûtn#vûvtotMe. For the honourable reason assigned in our last Gazette, we chose to reject Meason'slet ter, of the 4th instant ; but we now publish it, together with his subsequent threat, im- putation, and remonstrance. Our Readers will thereby perceive the irksome nature of an .Editor's avocations, and know whom they should reprove if the tocsin blast should again be reverberated from those unrefuted writers, of whom REASON speaks, but against whose statements, we must undoubt ingly admit, he rather unluckily forgets to argue. We fear, that hostilities will recom- mence. But, like Pilate, we can wash our hands, and joyously feel ourselves innocent of any desire to renew them. -ooo To the EDITOR, SIR,-I perceive with regret, and allow me to add with astonishment, that you have not inserted my letter; astonishment, because, though I disapprove of many letters in your Paper, and think you unwise in having ad- mitted them, I have eyer found you...

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