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

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24,187T. SHlPPtNG INTELLIGENCE. Arrived         On Monday last, the Australian Com         paruV 4i.p Cùuof ^inburgh.C^^ Ai Kelar, from L> nh ; hoin whence sh aaiicd oil?.;t4ie «5«h September.-1 «a« Y sengers, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Wallace, Mr. iKermodt, and ..two. sona for i hi i place; and Mr and Mrs. Black, VIr. Br«>wn, Mr M'lntyre, Mr Fraser, Mrs. fcdr< p and family, and Mr Maxwell, for Syd jiey»3 «? > n'-»_ _..SA IL RD,..' . . On Saturday lusi, tor Sydney, the ship 'Hope, Captain.Ciinninohain^ * A»ts» aye under the necessity of printing:. , -our Vaper on the FKIDAY r>v N |NO we beg that .alt ('omwunimtiotis mid Advertisements may be sent by -.ira ¿ps ES o A v AFT K K ISOO NÛÎ latest. .<,>. l, i Y ' ? - . . .. ? . f «3* SHE SUPPLEMENT. ! Sitting Magistrate- W. ti. Hamilton, Esq. ? -OHIHo WK have been .often struck ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

¿^ VERANDA STORcE'Sj\ to; ¡ yV// WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;/ A.'''\l> .$* '\'.^ ' ".-OOOOO- S " ( :*\,J?} MR. DUNN, per the City of Edinburgh, has landed a very few elegant Leghorn bonnets, split straw and Dunstable ditto trimmed j gen- , ïlemën's superior Wellington boots "and shoes; ladies' water-proof boots and shoes ; gentlemen 's beautiful beaver and silk* imperial very light hats, completely water-proof ;:boys' and youths' black and drab hats, sealskin and neutre caps for boys ; children's bonnets; all sorts of darn- ing worsted, double reñned loaf sugar, with every other article of use. From the present state of trade in England, every article is under value. .* v Commissariat Office, February 2i, 1827. * REQUIRED for the Public Service,. / "' I Hand Line "1 Lead Line ,' . 1 Log Line 2 Log Glasses. 1 Half Hour Glass ?...'_' 1 Telescope and a Bell, similar to thal in use at the Lumber Yard. Application to be made at this Office. ?,?,:.?..??.;..,;.'? i A. MOODIE, A. C. G. Commiss...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

- . , .GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 2$, 1827: DR. JAMES ROSS isappointed Sole Printer of" The Hobart-town Gazette." By Command of His1 Excellency, J. Burnett. ,_ i - - M - ?-? ?-- ? ? -- ^--' -.-*- - - * - - *- ->--.-.-. . - -

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office^ Feb. 28, 1827. THE Period for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly. John Webster (Duplicate) . . Surrey John Turffiey. Coromandel James Thompsètt . . . .'_.,.,. . juliana William Ramsay.Shipley Thomas Johnson........ Ditto John Sayer. Guildford James Alexander ....... Ditto David Popplewell.Maria Hy Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 28, 18â7. HIS Majesty has been pleased to, appoint ' THOMAS ANSTEY, Esq, to be a Member of the Legislative Council. By~ Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor^ v. J. BURBTETTP. - ?. -? ? ...,,, , . , _

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GOVERNMENT ORDER, Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 22, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

í GOVERNMENT ORDER, i Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb¿ 22, 1827. HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governojr has* been pleased to appoint Mr. John Smith to be an Assistant Surgeon and stationed at Georgetown** ByJJçmmm J. BüRNÉTl^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

?. - %. , Il . I 1. ^ < < i, Supreme Court of Van Diemen^ Land; NOTICE is hereby given that the Second Term for 1837 will commence on Monday the second day of April next By Order of his Honor the Chief Justice, _J4MES WOOD, C ft'C J. & J. SOLOMON have received by the last arrivals a large assortment of superior cloths, hats, hosiery," gloves, silks, ribbons, dimity, mus- lin, confectionery, hams, cheese,' iron and tin ware, jewellery of all descriptions, Jamaica rum, Hollands, Cognac brandy, and Cape Madeira, gfcg» Wearing apparel made to measure. BOARD AND LODGING. ~ TWO Gentlemen can be accommodated with the above in a family of the first respectability. For cards of address apply to the Printer. THE Mail for England by the Hugh Craw ford will close on Saturday night at 9 o'clock precisely,_ J. T. Collicott, Postmaster. SALES BY AUCTION. *By Mr. J, C. UNDERWOOD, at the Royal Ex* change Auction Mart, on Wednesday next, at 12 o'clock, for the benefit of...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

""' GOVERNMENT ORDER. ¡ Colonial Secretary's Offlce, Màrcfôli 18âT. GHARtES AUTHOR, ESQ. is appointed io actos Barrack Masteis in the room of Malcolm Laing Smith; Esq. until the pleasure of His -Majesty's Secretary of State be known. By Cbipmand; of His .Excellency, T'W Lieutenant Gkovernör> J. BURNETT. *>! 0"»i ?,

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER.   ------------       Colonial Secretary's, Office, March 1, 1827.     HIS Excellency, the Lieutenant Governor       has been pleased to appoint William Thomas   Parramore, Esq. to be his Private Secretary, in the room of Charles Arthur, Esq. By Command of His Excellency, J.BURNETT.  

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 28, 1827. HIS Excellency The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following indul- gences : TICKETS OF LEAVE. Samuel May . . . Countess of Harcourt William Figg . . . Commodore Hayes By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

UPPER $ ILL, LI VÈRTOÔL-àTR EÉT. * - ' ' . " > J. DEAN, Miller, Corn-dealer, and Ship Biscuit Baker, begs to acquaint his Friends lind the Public, that from his knowledge of the busi- ness, and the advantages he possesses, he is ena- bled to offer his goods for the following prices :~r Fine Flour 16s* per cwt. Household ditto 14s. ditto Seconds ditto 13s. ditto f Meal 5s. di tío Bran v Is. 6d. ditto Ship Biscuit 17s. 6d. ditto Wheatground at 9d. a4>ushel and dressed at3<L Wheat bought in any quantity for Cash. $3-J. D. ha« on sale a quantity of well-assort- ed toys, ladies' dressing cases, work-boxes and painted velvet baskets; rocking-horses and a quantity of lozenges; also, refined liquorice and best white wine vinegar* SCHULTZE AND GO'S. STORES. LANDING from the City of Edinburgh) and on sale at F. Schultze and Co's* Stores, in Elizabeth-street, the undermentioned GOODSj of excellent quality and at moderate prices* Gentlemen's superfine blue and black cloth dress...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

* FREIGHT AND PASSAGE. FOR ENGLAND direct.-The fast-sailing first class ship HUGH CRAWFORD, Lieut. . W. Langdon, R¿ N. Commander, will sail po- sitively in a few days for Lohäon direct. This vessel is noted for making the quickest passages . of any in the trade, sails remarkably easy, and is; fitted up in a very superior style of accommo- dation for passen g-er.^ and carries an experi- enced Surgeon; For Freight or Passage early application is requested to be made tothe Conl mander,,on board ; or to THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Çampbell-strèet NM.--Captain Langdon, intending to return immediately to this port after his arrival in England, he hereby informs the inhabitants of this colony who are desirous of engaging pas sages out for their friends in-England, that he will behappy to ireat with them for the same, npon their making early application as above. Sheriff's Office, February 22, 1827. In the Supreme Court. Shone v. Brooks. On Monday the '5th day of March next, at 1 o'clock in the...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.         Colonial Secretary's Office, March 1, 1827.   HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor   has been pleased to make the following appoint- ments : William Henry Hamilton,Esq. to be Police Magistrate at New Norfolk. Thomas Anstey, Esq, to be Police Magistrate at Oatlands; Malcolm Laing Smith, Esq. to be a Justice of   the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, and Police, Ma- gistrate at Campbell-town. James Simpson, Esq. to be a Justice of the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, and Police Magis- trate at Norfolk Plains, and     Thomas Allen Lascelles, Esq. to be a Justice   of the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, and Police   Magistrate at Richmond. By Command of His Excellency,       &nbsp...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER Colonial Secretary's Office, March 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

_-- ---».-----m I GOVERNMENT ORDER; Colonial Secretary's Office, March 1.1827. . IN notifying the appointment of the Police Magistrates in the interior, whose time will be more exclusively devoted to the Public Service, the Lieutenant Governor begs to assure the ^ gentlemen in the Commission of the Peace¿ of the high sense he entertains of the zeal with which they have gratuitously performed their arduous duties, and, although His Excellency anticipates the greatest benefit to the colony by this aug- mentation of(the Police, he is induced to hope that the Magistrates will not relax in that active assistance which they have on all Occasions ren- dered to the Government. Their zealous co-ope- ration with the Police-Magistrates, wall doubtless be attended with the most beneficial results, ajnd His Excellency feels assured they will hot fail to act in unison with the Government in giving full effect to the new arrangement. By Command of His Excellency,, ,_^_ J Burnell*

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 27, 1827. His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, with the advice of Council, and on the recom- mendation of the Archdeacon, has been pleased to appoint Mr. WILLIAM PIKE, to be Lecturer   and Catechist at Jericho. By Command of His Excellency, J. Burnett    

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ---------         Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19, 1827. HIS 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's Land and its Dependencies. By His Excellency's Command,     J Burnett.  

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Feb. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE; 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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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE: ARRIVED, Feb. 22.-The brig General Sucre of Phila- delphia, H. Pittner, from Manilla, 23d of De- cember, bound to Valparaiso, with 2297 bags of sugar, 1000 ps. Manto Colado, 146 bdls. matts, 79 coils rope, 5 bales Dungaree, 37 bags pep- per, 86 bales plantain cloth, 1 bundle buggy whips, 2 packages velvet caps, 3 boxes hats, 2 ditto cigars, 12 boxes of nankeens, 82 boxes arrobas.     Passengers. --- J. X. Barraizlegni, Esq. Same day.--The brig Bolivar of New York, Charles Myrick, from Manilla, 23d December, bound to Valparaiso with 2915 bags of sugar, 130 bags coffee, 3 zuroons indigo, 20 boxes tea, Canton crape, matts, nankeens, sappan wood, sugar candy, coffee and hats.   Feb. 24. --- The transport ship, Andromeda, James Muddle, with 146 male prisoners, two having died on the passage,   Passengers. --- Lieutenant Queade and Ensign Coddington of the 40th, Surgeon and Superin-   tendent W. Carlis...

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HOBART TOWN, MARCH 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 March 1827

HOBART TOWN, MARCH 3, 1827, | fpt Subscribers to the Hobart-town Gazette, who have paid in advance to Ross & HOWE, are entitled to receive the same from the printer, *T Bange of the Thermometer during the week, from 06 tP 81 \ Barometer 29.7. to §9,9, - Wool, we rejoice to state, has advanced ten . per ceqt. in the London market, and" large ship merits are now making to India for the manufac- ture of silk and woollen stuffs. This, we trust, will be the means. of opening an export direct to that country from this port.. If the East In- dia Co,m pany\ p remote their own interests, they I will béstir fliemseïves.in the furtherance of this object. We should then obtain our tea, sugar, rice, silk and other Indian goods for wool in the raw state, instead of dollars. " The prisoners by the Andromeda are chiefly countrymen, only three of the number being tried in London. The brig Wellington sailed from Sydney, three months ago, with 66 prisoners for Norfolk Island. When fairly out a...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 10 March 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office\ March 8,1827. | IT having been represented to The Lieutenant Governor that the intention of the Government Notice, of the 28th of December, 1826, has been misunderstood by some very respectable Set- tlers, His Excellency feels convinced that this impression will be immediately removed upon his assuring them that there is no desire on the part of the Local Government to introduce any unnecessary scrutiny, but that the positive in- structions of the Secretary of State require fre- quent and the most detailed accou nts of the agri- cultural state of the Colony, which the pre- . scribed form of application for servants, is here- by calculated to afford. If rightly received, it must be a very gratifying consideration to this Community, that His Majes- ty's Government have taken so lively an interest in the welfare of the Colony, as to have deemed it necessary to require such minute Reports upon all its agricultural and commercial transaction...

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