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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

His HONOR the LIEIXT«*A»T GOVERNOR has thought proper to dirett, that.all rumie v,ommanica!ions^iich may «1^ » "¡J HOBART 10WÜ GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confideied as Uttuai Communications made tot hofe Ferions to whom they may relate, .. « « C-.-*.». (BÍ COMMA*» or Hu HONORÎ, H. B. KoiiHtort frmfftft Pou, s o» Orraca, HOSART ToCvH, , Tburfdty, July 8th, 1819* WHERE AS ¿tie Dwelling.houíe of Mr. WlLiOM.ínCollins-ftrctt, Hobart Town, Wit entered bat wean the Hoún of Five aad Six ©'Clock on the evening of ycftcrdiytho 7th Day« of (bit Mooth, and Cafh tod other Pro. party'to a greet amount ftolen therefrom* hy fome Perfön or Perfons unknown. I am authorized anddireded by Hu HONOR ikqXiiUTSWAMT GOVÍRNOR to ex profs hu Engagement to recommend to Hu EXCEL l|NCV theGoy»RNOR in CHIBF fora FREE PARDON toy Crown Prifoner who will give fuch Information at <hie Office as will load to the Recovery of the Property, and 'tho Con ftétto...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwond, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

HOB ART TOWN. Sitting Magill rate~-R* v. ft. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS.--Sailed yesterday for Port Jackson, the   Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs. - She takes up to Sydney along with the major part of the cargo   she brought from England, about 2000     bushells of wheat, the produce of this Colony, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold will sail shortly for Port Jackson; as will also   the brigs Daphne and Jupiter.   Remain in harbour, with His Majefty's   colonial brig Prince Leopold, the fiiip ¡Martha (whaling); the brigs Daphne,') Jupiter, and Sophia, and the (loop Govern- or Sorell.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

I^APTAlN Aesav, ot tho Martha Wkaler, V/ intonding to proceed to the Coaft of New Zealand on the ioth of Auguft next, requeft» §11, Clu'mi may be preíenfed for Pnymeht. .I^HE Bug J LI puer, Mr. WILLIAM RISK., A Mailer, will proceed io Port Dalrymple (Hortly* and from- whence to Sydney«-<-Foi Freight or Paflego apply te Mn. MARIA LORD ; or to the Commander On bolrd. 2 THOMAS LYHHRICH4RPION bega Leave toanoounce that he lui opened an Office «t.a Commercial Agent« af the Derwent Hotel ; end folie in the Patronage of his Friends and the Public, N. B.--Writ inga of every Defcription drawn Cult with accuracy and difpatch._ ANTED immediately for the Brig Jupi ter, a few good SEAMEN.-Apply te fin« Commander, Mr. WILLIAM RISK; orto Mrs. MARIA Loap, Macquarie^ftrect. ?yOUNU A (tray, lome Time fmce, a Urge JL BOAR.-Tho Owner nuy have the fame By application lo Mr. WILLIAMS, Pound* keeper, at Kangaroo Point, and p*ylng Ex pencei»-'If not claimed prior 10 the 18th toft. it'wUl be Sold...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS; ST. DOMINGO.--Extract from a private Letter. We had scarcely cast anchor when the visiting boat came towards us, having on board several officers of the Haytian army.   Their dress consisted of a large blue surtout turned up with red; large pantaloons, with   short boots; a cocked hat. with a red feather, two feet to length; and an enormous sabre at their girdle. The whole gave these black figures an air truly terrific. "After inquiring the news from Europe, they conducted us to the Governor, the Duke de Marmalade. He is an African, about 60 years of age, who has rendered himself equally popular with natives and foreigners. He con- fined himself to asking our names and the motives of our voyage; for the purpose of mak- ing a communication of them to the King. He then desired us to repair to the Baron Du- puy, a mulatto, about 50 years of age, private secretary to the King. We were then present- ed to Prince John, the son of the Monarch, wh...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

I On Tueday last, a full Bench of Magis   trates sat for the trial of several crown pris   oners charged with robbing,His Magcsty's store ; when the following were severely convicted and sentenced :-   John Fawkner, Patrick Boyle, ana Tho mas Farrell, to receive 200 lashes each, and to be tranported to Ncwcastlc for the term of 3 years. ' Samuel Lyons and John Morris, 200" lashes, and 4 years to Ncwcaftlc. On the same day, John Fawkner, jun. a   free man, was bound to his good behaviour   for twelve months-himiclt in .£40, and , two sureties in £20 each.     A few days ego, an animal known in the Colony by the mate of the cat fyger killed a i (heep in the night on a farm et Kangaroo i Point, but at the time it got clear off. tyext night, determined to devour \i& prey, it return» ed to the csreafe of the iheep", bnt wai dif. [covered by, Come fine kangaroo, dogs belonging lo the farm, a...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

-ÜBLIC' NOTlCE.~thc UFFJCER whofe Signature is hereunto affixed, informs the Public that he has obtained two- Years* Leave of Mcnce^tom th* Lords Commiffioners of the Admiralty, for the Adjuftment of Public and Private A £ fairs within the Territory of JSew South Wales, .. ' ' % " ' , THOMAS DAVEY, ' ; l " ' . Lieut. Colonel R. M* hobart Town, V.P, L. July 2?, lpifr CAUTION. All persons are hereby cau- tioned against taking in Payment a Pro-   missory Note, drawn by the undersigned in Sep-     member 1818, for £24 Sterling, in favor of George Lowe, or Order, payable on or before the 31st March 1819; the (same being given by me to the said George Lowe on condition of his returning to me two Promissory Notes, one drawn by Richard Burrows, sen. deceased, in favor of me, for £20 Sterling, and the other   by Richard Burrows, jun. in favor of G. Lowe,   or Order, for £3 Sterling, as will appear by a Receipt of the said G. Lo...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

From a person, in whose veracity we place the greatest reliance, we learn that a month ago a private af the Royal Veteran Company was bit by a snake in a pasturage adjoining Liverpool, where he was quartered. Struck with indent horror, and the certainty of a speedy dissolution, the sufferrer fell instantly into a state of hopelessness   and almost stupor; his body began to     swell in a few minutes, and the first of his comrades who visited him gave him over as lost. - In the barrack there happened at the time to be an old native man, who immediately repaired to his assistance. From a bark he stripped a few threads, and combining them into a strong   ligature, applied it a little above the affected part,   the bite being above the ancle. He applied the ligature with such excessive strictness, that the patient supposed his leg had been taken off. This done, the native proceeded in rubbing the leg downwards with no less...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 July 1819

The following articles of information are   copied from the last received Sydney Gazettes : On Tuesday last an Anniversary School Ex- amination took place at Parramatta, at which   the children of the Native Institution were introduced, their numbers not exceeding twenty; those of the schools of the children of Europeans amounting nearly to a hundred. Prizes were prepared for distribution among such of the children as should be found to ex- cel in the early rudiments of education, moral and religious; and it is not less strange than       pleasing to remark, in answer to an erroneous     opinion which had long prevailed with many,   namely, that the Aborigines of this country   were insusceptible to any mental improvement which could adapt them to the purposes of   civilized association, that a black girl of four- teen years of age, between three and four...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 July 1819

HM'HOHO» the LIHTT-WANT GOVE.»OR hmhoMglH proper io direa. Hut all, f ublic uomammcaiions whiíl. mjty:>>|»pe»r_Vi '«J HÓffAlr Towl GAZETTEL ...¡SOUTHERN fi&PORTER, figned will.any OfficialBigiutUR.are to becoufîdered«Officta! Comiwinications made to thofe Per fous" lo whom they may relate. (Bv CO'MMAWD OF His HONORA » fe* KtfBtw»oirj Mfm«ijp. PROVOST MARSHAL'S OPFICP, Hobart IWn, July 24ib, X81U* -K^i»c gaprcmfl Court. AUsander and others v. Gordon» I Campbell the Younger v. Gordon» j /T Will Csufe to he put up and Sold by Pub-j !?*. lie Auction, on die Premifes of ihe TJefend-' ?lit at Pitt W»tem on Tuefday (he 3d ot Aug 'uft next, at 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, a very I valuable FARM, containing 600 Acres, with a Ifuitable Dwelling-houfe, Barn, and other ne. ceiîary detacned Buildings «reeled thereon ; to. get her with Houfehold Furniture, thraïhed and '«nthrafted Wheat about 140 Bufhels, 6 Butti eli of Barley, a, Quantity of Heaa and Oats, 5 ÍTOII of Potatoes, 3 Plo...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 July 1819

From a recent Sydney Gazette we copy the following trial for murder at ihe lad fittings of the Criminal Court in April : Ibis waa a day of ferious trial for the mun- der of- Willum Cofgrove, a Icttler and d tit net confiable «yon the Banks of the South Crrek, on the aft of the prefem month, by «he dH charge of 1he contents of a mufket loaned with {luga into hia body,.of which wounds he died fhe following. day« The priioneis were Timothy Buckley, by whom the gun waa fired j Divid Brown,and 1 itupthy Ford, all of who» had been in the Colony but fix or (even months, and prifpners in Ihe immediate employ of Go- vernment, and who unhappily had not re- nounced tbofe propenfitici which (boner or later were io lead them toa» unhappy end. * The firft witnefa called waa Thoms Cof. grove, brother of the deceafed, whole testimony wis conclusive ôfihe fact. This witnefsftatad, that his murdered brother was a distict con« it«ble it the Souita Creek ; and that be having' leen, and believing the th...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 July 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Thomas Archer, Esq. On Monday morning a Coroner's Inquest sat upon the body of Michael Sculley, a soldier of the detatchment of The 48th regiment, who put an end to his existence on Saturday evening, by firing a musket at his head, the butt of which he placed on the ground, and drew the trigger with his foot. It appeared in evidence that the unhappy man had shewn no symptoms of derangement prior to committing this rash act ; and the Jury returned a verdict of felo-de-se. Died, lately at Launceston, Port Dalrymple, After a short illness, Mr. Walter Colquhoun, clerk to the Magistrates there, and late an in- habitant of this Settlement.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 July 1819

Í'VVfeNtY PouaiDS Ra WARD.-Whereas ou the 6th Inít. 102 Sheep, the Property of James Jofeph and Jemes Shirley, were ftolea from the Stock-tarrf of J Shirley at Clarence Piains.-Whoever will give fuch In'ormatioa as mav lead to the Recovery of the fod Sheep, jer the Conviction of the Offender or OtrVnders, will receive the above Reward. .J. Jost ra« 1'HE R«v. R.Ktiopwoon, M. A. requeffe that all Perfoos refideat in Hoher* Town. Jand at «anoy Bay, Brown's River, arc. whofe Nantes wer« taken down by the Members of the bub-Committee of the Bible Society for Copies of the Holy Scriptures for Payment,, will apply to him on WedneMay or Thurfdaj» next for the Bibles or Teftamonta intended for them.-The Rev, R. Knopwood alfo reqrjefto that the Members of the Sub-Committee in the different Diftfttts will have the geodnets to fend to bim for the Number of Bibles iad Tefta» merits which were deftred bv the Settlers in rack Diftrict, in order to their being enabled to make jthe Diftribution acco...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 July 1819

jaf^APTAlN APSIY, of tne Mann* Wrwer. p^" intending to proceed to the Coaft of Neu /Zealand on the toth ot Augüft next, raqueAs .all Claims again ft him to be preferred for Pay- ment, at the Refidance of Mr/T. W. BISCH |D*Micquarie»ftrVet._ 2 ^t OTlCfi*-- I'liofe Perfona who rete»vee * Cred« from Mr. T L Richardson at tb< T«rno he wai entrufted by Mr. EDWARD LO a D with the Charge of the New Uti, at the Veran- da H ufe m Colltns-lfcreet, «re requeued te \ in*ke Payment of their refpective Debts to Mrs MARIA LORD ; and fuch are hereby eau tianed agatnft paying the fame Debts to the faid T. L. Richamfnn, or to any other Pcrfon but herfrlf, the Accounts being inb«»r Pofleffion. "n Otítí< 1 KiNNiK h^vii.g obtained a J-V Licence to ply a Ferry Boat between Hobart Town and Kangaroo Point, ho hopes fey hil attention and the lolloping reduced Charges, to merit the Notice ot the Public Each grown Perlon tjd. ; Children half price ; Sheep and Goats ^d. per head ; large P...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 July 1819

BRITlbH EXTRACTS. * SroiTiKC EXTR aoaDiNARY.-In Ihe Park of Holkham, on the 9th alt. 516 h*ad of game wera killed by eight guns, viz.-Eight partridge!, 40 pheafants, 837 baree, 316 rab- bits, 14 wqodcocks, and one fnipe.--The com- pany enjoying this recreation at Holkham, conT fitted of the Duke of Bedford, Marquis of Tav iltock, Earl Spencer, Lord Lvnedock, General Sir R. Fergufon, the ^HOP.'General Walpole, T. W. Coke, Efq. Right Hon. General Fitz- roy, Hon. George Anfon,- Micklethwaite, Efq.-Davenport, Efq. and Ti W. Coke, jun. Efq. The flaughter has been tmmente»' amounting in feveti dava to 2574 head. On fhe 13th ult. T. W. Coke» jun. Efq. killed 117 head, and the Hon. George Anfon, a 16 ditto. The fame two gentlemen, on the foi. lowing day, at Houghton, killed j6 partridges. Not more* than nine guns were in the field on any day. Mr. Coke hiraiclf never takes a winged (hot, that he may y>i deprive his friends of tneir di ver (ion* > ' r ST ran.» CHASI,-A race of this kind...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 August 1819

His HoNOK the LiEur.HANT GOVERNOR lias thought proper id direfct. Umtali Public Commonicaiions which m«y .PP«T? '"" * JÄtfr ToiV¿ GAZETTE, Z SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned willi any Official S.gnature, are to b* confidered as Official Communications made lo thofe Perfons lo whom lhey may relate« (BÍ COMMAND OP HIS HONOR)._ H. E. ROBJNSO», Secretary*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 August 1819

n^WËNTY louNDS RaWAIO.-Whereas .*» on the 6th lolt. 102 Shèijp, the Property of James Jofeph and Jame» Shirley, were ftoften from the Stock-yard of J, Shirley at Clarence Plains.-Whoever will give fuch Information as may lead to the Recovery of the faid Sheep, or the Conviction of the Offender or Offend en, will receive the above Reward. j; jo ES PH. W' HEREAS on Monday Night lia, ihe 2d Inltant, threa Fruit Tree* were Stolen from the Farm lately belonging to SAMUEL FREE, deceafed, at Queenborough; and on the Thurfday night following, a number of Poultry.-Any Perfon or Perlons who will give Information refpeéfclng thefe Felomei, /hall receive I Reward of Two Guineas, onl Conviction of the Offender cr Offender!, from, _ P. G« HOCAWJ GW. ü u N NIN G i lilq( proceeding to Syd.' . rey by the Brig Prince Leopold, deiirea *htf Claims oaiy be prefented, 2 w HEREAS aaAdvertifement appeared in I he Hobart Town Gazette of laa Satur- day (which to fome may appear injuroui to my Characlcr), cau...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, August 7th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 August 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, August 7th, 1819.   THOMAS TRUEMAN is appointed a   Constable of the District of Hobart Town. By Command of His Honor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's.Officer Hobart Town[?] Saturday, August 7th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 August 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, August 7th, 1819. THE General Mourning ordered for     her late Most Excellent MAJESTY the     QUEEN will cease on the 11th Instant.   By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 August 1819

HOBART TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. The present winter, it has been generally re- marked, has been accompanied with more in- tense frost than we have experienced in any similar season for those several years. Ice has         been found in town of considerable thickness.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, August 7th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 August 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS, Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, Auzuft 7th, 1819 THURSDAY Next, the 12th Inftant, being the Annivarfary of the Birih-Day of His ROYAL HiOBtfBÇS the PRINCE UKGBNT, it trill he obferved aa a Holiday throughout the Settlement» and the Government Artificers and labourers Are to be exempted from Work on that Day. The Royal Standard will he hoifted at Sun fife; and at Twelve o'Clack a Royal Salute will he fired from Mulgrave Battery ; and the jDotatchment of the 48th Regiment at thii Sta- tion, formed between the Battery and the Town, Will fire a Fcu-dc-joie, in Honor of the Day. The Acting Deputy Affiftum CommhTary General will di re ft the ufual Donation of Half «.Pint of Spirit! and an Extra Ration of One Pound of Frtlh Meat to be iíTued from His Ma jafty'a Stores to each Non-com mifiionad Officer and Soldier ferving at this Station ; and alfo One Pound of Frefli Meat and H alf-*-Pint of Spirit* each to the Superintendant», Overfeers, Con (h bles* and...

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