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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. Hobart-town, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

COMMISSIONERS OFFICE   Hobart-town, August 14.         Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for     grants will be ready for examination by the commi-   sioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 14th day of October next, on or before which day any caveat or counter-claim must be entered:-   Samuel Cox, 93a., Perth, orginally ordered to the applicant; claim dated 17th July, 1840.   Patrick Wood, 309a., Somerset, originally Richard Pitt, who exchanged with the applicant; claim dated 14th July, 1810. Messers. Williams and Campbell, 10a., Longford originally John Powell, who with others assigned to William Pounster, who assigned to the applicants;   claim dated 19th June, 1840. William Bransgrove, 100a., Dorset, originally William Drant who sold to William Bransgrove;   claim dated 17th July, 1840...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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ENGLISH. SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

ENGLISH. SLAVC TKADC. I A letter from Lord John Bussell to the lords of the treasury bus just been published, representing the horrors of the slave-trade, which, to the disgrace of humanity, is still continued to a frightful cxteut. It slates the average number of slaves annually intro- duced into foreign stales or colonies in America and tiie West Indies from the western coast of Africa to exceed 100,000. Added to these, multitudes perish in the overland journey to the African coast, or in (he passage across the Atlantic, of which no record is kept, while a still greater number fall a sacrifice to the warfare, pillage, and cruelty by which the slave trade is fed. After pointing to this as an evil which can never be adequately encountered by any system of mere prohibition and penalties, the leitet' proceeds to state, that " Her Majesty's confidential advisers are therefore compelled to admit the conviction, that it is indispensible to euler upon some new preventive system calculated...

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The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING[?] AUGUST 13, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

¿In Cour ter» THURSDAY EVËNING^AJIOHÎX 13,1840. I" MR. THOMAS YOUNO has broten ground propria persona this time, the better, we pre iume, to dissever himself from the leading strings of the People's Journal. He has published a long tetter, and although he struggles hard throughout to maintain a moderation of temper equal to what might be considered a proper degree for a Bank Solicitor to possess-it being «vident that the effort costs him many an internal - pang-there lurks enough of the old leven about it to show us that even in its contemptible " ashes live the wonted fires" of honest Thomas. In the pious reminiscences of age and " prayers" there springs up somehow or another a more than transient bitterness of feeling-the ¡in- voluntary bubbling of an ¡mpoisoned mind. Mr. Young forgets that he has to answer certain charges which we brought against him, and that these are neither to be repelled or refuted by confident appeals to a sixteen years' residence i'n this colony, still les...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

%\)t Commissariat COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, August 12s 1840. SALE nv PUBLIC AUCTIOK. Notice.-On Saturday, the 22nd August next, Mr. Macmichael will sell by Public Auction, at 12 o'clock, at the Commissariat'Stores, on account of the Account- ant-General of Her Majesty's Navy, the surplus nnval stores, prison-fittings, &c, landed from the male con- vict ship Asia, and on account of the Commissariat, a quantity of Bran. After which, About 100 tons of Port Arthur coals, lying at the Wharf, near the Ordnance Stores, in lots to suit purchasers. Terms-Cash ; and the lots to be cleared away imme- diately after the sale. GEORGE MACLEAN, A.C.G. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, August 12,1840. WHEAT. Notice is hereby given, that the Commissariat Stores at Hobart Town and Launceston will be open for a limited time, and until farther notice, to receive clean Colonial Wheat of the best quality, at the rate often shillings per bushel of G41bs. * Payment will be made on delivery, ...

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ABSTRACT REPORT OF THE NAVAL AND MILITARY COMMISSION. RECOMMENDATIONS. ROYAL MARINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

ABSTRACT REPORT OF THE NAVAL AND MILITARY COMMISSION. RECOMMENDATIONS. ROYAL MARINES. ?. Lieutenant-Colonels.-In addition of two .to the re- tired full pay establishment, making the number six instead of four ; and such retirement when caused hy ill health, to be no bar to future brevet promotion. Two Lieutenant-Colonels to be allowed to retire on Imlf-pay annually. To share prize-money with officers of corresponding rank in other services. The smile of pensions for pood serviros lo the general officers of marines to be that of flug-ollicers. Officers retaining efficiently their commissions in the marines until removed by promotion to the rank ol'general, to be allowed the full-pay of their last regimental appointment, nnd to be mude up to £400 a-}ear, if less than thut aiiiumit. Captains' pay, when serving ashore, to be at the same daily rute as that of captains of infantry. ROYAL AttTH.Lr.RY. Field Officers.-A number not exceeding four, and unequal to any Outlier discharge of-duty...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

MISCELLANEOUS. Whatever is, is right.-Two friends, who had not seen each other for a long time, met one day by acci- dent.-" How do you do?" said one. "So, so," replied the other. " I have been married since I last saw you," said the former. " Thal is good news," replied the latter. " Not very good, for it was my lot to choose a termagant." " That's a pity." " I hardly think so, for she brought me .£2000." .' Well, there is a comfort." " Not much, for willi her fortune I purchased a number of sheep, and they are all dead with the roi." " That is, indeed, distressing." " Not so distressing as you may imagine, for by the sale of their skins I got more than the sheep cost me.' " In that case, yon nre indemnified." " By no means' for my house and furniture have been destroyed by, fire." " Alas," that was a dreadful misfortune." " Not at all, for my house, furniture, and w\fe, were destroyed together. Them Delaware long chaps beats all I ever come near in the running way. Rnowed one on '...

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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

©i* Ctftttrte?* FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 14,1840. THE Legislative Council meets to-morrow. Dr. Turnbull takas his seat as Colonial Trea- surer. We have been censured by the Doctor's friends, who are mightily tickled at the appoint- ment, for presuming' to doubt the fitness and capacity of so respectable a man. Nevertheless, we do so ; and in the next place we question the decency of Dr. Turnbull's accepting the office which he has carved and cut out for himself, at the expense of Mr. Gregory, who had been his friend in other times. Hut when we speak of delicacy of feeling, and nice per- ceptions of honor, to these gentlemen, we speak to men wholly incapable of any generous emo- tions beyond the pride of the moment and the prospect of future gain-who leer and laugh at the idea of Dr. Turnbull having been the main instrument in conducting the correspondence between the Lieutenant-Governor and Mr. Gregory, whereon the charge of disrespect has been founded, and the showing about which the...

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THE GAZZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14,1840.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 200, Colonial Secretary's Office, August 11. Memoranda of Pardon have been issued for the fol- lowing persons until Her Majesty's pleasure be known :—Free Pardon, James Peatfield, Lady Castlereagh; Joseph Degg, Caledonia. Conditional Pardon :— John Barney, York ; George Lewis, Prince   Regent; William Jordan, Sir Charles Forbes; Peter Innis, William Miles; Richard Harvey, Asia 3; Daniel Buller, Medina. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 207, Colonial Secretary's Office, August 10. The Lieutenant-Governor has been honoured with a   Despatch from the Right Honourable the Secretary of State authorising the issue of a Free Pardon to the following men ; viz :—William Taylor, Moffatt ;   Benjamin Taylor, ditto. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 209, Colonial Secretary's Office, August 10. His Exc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

l'or Port Phillip. THE fine fast sailing regular trader Lord Sidmouth, 200 tons/W. Marr, master, having arrived, is now loading, and will have quick despatch, thTbest part of her cargo being engaged. Tor freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board, °r Ne» Wharf, July 81. A- HAM. For SjM&ey. MiE mL class ship Eamont, 800 _ torç*naving the greater part of her cargo engaged, will have immediate --pim , despatch. For freight or passage, apply to Captain Joshua Walker on board, or to New Wharf, July 81. A. HAIO. For Sale« IHE fine bark Samuel Cunara, 800 tons register, John Williams, commander, sails well, and carries a _ large cargo, and is admirably adapted for wîïâïingrconvcyance of stock, or the timber trade. She may be inspected immediately on the discharge of her present cargo. Apply on board, or to 5, Davey-strect, August 10. >W»t. WARHAM. »ort Vbtlltp steam Navigation. FOR Sale fifty share«, (£20 each) in the Melbourne Steam Packet Company. De* posit required, £4...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

MARRIED - By special license, on the 8th instant, at St. David's Church, by the Rev. W. Bedford, Senior Chaplain, JAMES RAVEN, Esq., of Launceston, to MARY ANNE, second daughter of John Swan, Esq., of Beaulieu, near Hobart Town.

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HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 6th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. | I Thursday, Gth August. I Two fines for drunkenness this day ; each fined 6s. Two assigned servants were charged by a Mr. Cormack, with defrauding him of three dollars and a shilling, of which they were found guilty and punished with six months'hard labour in chains. William Wheatly fully committed for trial, for stealing two logs of firewood, the property of Mr. Spiller. Thomas Dedbury was also committed for trial, for stealing five shells, the property of Mr. T. Walton. Eliza M'Donald and Maria Martin, two assigned servants, charged with shoplifting and stealing from Mr. Howe's,of Elizabeth-street, twenty-eight yardi of Gros de Naples ; they were fully committed. Friday, 1th August. Seven disorderlies paid the penalty of 5s. for their folly of the preceding night. John Dunn, tickct-of-leavc, charged with being out after hours, mid representing himself lo be free; lickel-of-lenve suspended, and to work on the roads lor thi ce mouths. Suturday, Sth Augus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 August 1840

ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. CAMPBELL STREET. Last Sight of the Season-Monday, August 17. MRS. CLARKE beg» most respectfully lo an- nounce to the ladies nod gentlemen of Hobart Town and its vicinity, and the public generally, that the Season will close on MONDAY next, on which occasion v. ill be produced (for the first lime in this Colony,) the Comic Drama in three acts, entitled RORY O'MORE. llory O'More, Mr. FALCHON. After which, song " Macgregors Gathering," (in full Highland costume,) Mrs. Clarke; comic song, " Nowland M'Figg," Mr. Falchon. The whole to conclude with THE IRISH TUTOR, or NEW LIGHTS. Doctor OToole, Mr. FALCHON. Tickets to be had of Mr. Tegg, Bookseller; Mr. Davis, Musical Repository ; Mr. Hedger, Confec- tioner, Elizabeth-street ; Mr. Lester, Ship Hotel ; and at the Theatre, where boxes may be secured. For Port Phillip. npHE fine brig Jean, 200 tons, J. H. J. 1. Clarke, commander A regular trader ¡ has excellent accommodation for passen- gers ; will sail on Saturday, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

h, 1840. , No. 210, Colonial August l8. 'has been pleased to np pleasure off Her Majesty is nscer , Fenton, Esquire, to be Member of the Tve Council, vice John "Kerr," Esquire, who ¡s the Colony. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. r Custom House, Hobart-town. I TTiETURNof Grain and Flour exported from the M\> port of Hobart Town for the week ending 18tli August, 1840, inclusivo :- Harley, 1148 bushels; Chits, 891 ditto; Wheat, 468 ditto; Flour, 55J tons. » " Return of Grain and Flour exported from the port of Launceston for the week ending 15th August, 1840, inclusive :-Barley, 218 bushels ; Oats, 009 ditto ; Flour,21 tons. _G. IT. BARNES. Coller-for. General Post Office, Ausnst 21. SHIP Mails will be closed at this office as under : TFor Mauritius and Calcutta, par Charlotte, to- morrow, at ft o"clock P.M. precisely. And for London, to be forwarded via Sydney, per Eamont, on Saturday, the 29lh instant, at the same hour. S. T. HARDINGE. 1 Sheriff"* Office, August 19, 1840. ...

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THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

THIS MORNING'S POST. - (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON C0U.N MARKET. Wednesday, August 19.-Wheat is stated in town not to be worth more than IQs per bushel, although it cannot be purchased at that price, if first-rate samples. Union Steam Mills. Wheat 9s to 13s, barley 9s to 10s, oats is Gd to 6s, pollard Is 9d, bran Is 6d, per bushel ; flour, first quality, £34, second £32, ration ¿"28, per 20001bs. LAUNCESTON MAILS. To Adelaide, per Lady Emma, To-Morrow.

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PETITION AGAINST THE NEW COLLEGE FROM THE CATHOLICS OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. (Ordered by the Council to be printed, August 19, 1840) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

I PETITION AGAINST THE NEW COLLEGE FROM THE CATHOLICS OF VAN DIEMENS LAND. I (Ordered by the Council to be printed, August 19,1840 ) IÍrh¿"Pe"tiiiúu of the Free Catholic Inhabitants of Van piemen's Land and its Dependencies, RESPECTFULLY SHEWETH : TH*T yul,r Pe'i,ioncrs nave beard, with the deepest nlnrin and astonishment, that it has been proposed by Her Majesty's Colonial Government to found an in- stitution, avowedly for the liberal and scientific edu cali»u °f a" religious denominations, but upon such a principle as will, in fact, exclude your Petitioners from its benefits. That the astonishment so naturally excited is far from being alleviated by the circumstance, that, in the Minute which recommended it for adoption by this Honourable Council, your Excellency ha< expressly affirmed the justice of direcliug such a measure with a scrupulous regard for the rights of all classes. That the pinn proposed to, and approved by, your Eicellcncy diwclaira» the imposition of re...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

PORT PHILLIP. Bread.-The bakers of Melbourne lowered the price of bread on Monday last to one shilling and ninepence «he four pound loaf. With the immense quantity of flour n<j«r in the market, and the comparatively cheap rate nt which it is sold, a still greater reduction in the price of bread ought to Uko place. The Jewess and Mondäne «?Inch arrived on Saturday last, has brought to thjs mar "'i 1,630 bags and 150 casks of flour_Port Phillip Patriot, August 13. COMMERCIAL REMARKS. *¿o d' P"' l0ftf °f 2li>*' ,0id- '' floUr» finC« Pcr ton> *4^toj|;44; seconds per ditto, £40 to 4*42; thirds, per ditto, £86 to £40; wheat, per bushel, ¿£ I to£l Is; wane, per bushel, 12s. to 14s. ; barley, per bushel, 12s. ."'.; oats, per bushel, 8s. Cd. to 10s. ; hay, oaten, per .»i^-l^Uo £1 ; potatoes, per cwt., IGs. lo 17s. '' 8YDNEY NEWS. [From our own Correspondent."] T. .. Sydney, August 1,1840. 1 he discussion of the Municipal question is again Postponed for a week. The Governor o...

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Meteorological Observations, From Aug. 13 to Aug. 19, at Hobarton, 2 o'Clock each Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

Meteorological Observation«, TromAug. \3toAug. 19,at Hobarton,2o'Clockeach Day. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. ¡29 7 Tues. ¡29 8 Wed. 29 28 8 28 6 28 4 129 2 Wean Tem. 29.2! West North Weit Ditto Ditto West North West Ditto Velocity per hour. 45m. 40 40 35 30 10 10 Depth of Rain, 0.8 inches. Sun rises, 6h. 40m. .Sun sets, oh. 20m. Daylight begins, oh. 20m. . Daylight ends, Oh. 40m. | I Length of day, I Oh. 40m. | Day increases, Iii. 50m. I Clock before sun, Oh. 2m. | New Moon, 2"th day,4 J p. m.

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REPORT FROM MR. J. P. GELL TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. The Queen's School, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

REPORT FROM MR. J. P. GELL TO HIS EXCEL- LENCY THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. The Queen's School, August 12. I Sin, 1 have to submit to the consideration of your Excel- lency the following suggestions for the regulation of the proposed College. it may be observed that the objects to be secured arc, first, the education of an order of enlightened gentlemen ; and, secondly, the establishment of a system attractive to learned and independent teachers, and calculated to afford encouragement to the labours of scientific men. 1. The College should be founded for the encourage- ment of learning and piety; it should be permanently established by Royal Charter ; and it should be regulated according to the most approved precedents among English Scholastic Institutions. 2. It should consist of a visitor, the Lieutenant-Go vernor for the time being; a principal, appointed by the Crown, and corresponding directly with the Licutenant Govcrnor as visitor ; two or more fellows, recommended for appointmen...

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MINUTE RELATING TO THE NEW COLLEGE. Council Chamber, 15th August, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

I MINUTE RELATING TO THE NEW COLLEGE. | I Council Chamber, lSr/t August, 1840. ] GENTLEMEN, I have already occupied much of your time, yet I must still request your earnest and prolonged attention to another subject. It is one which I am nut able to reduce within such modérale limits as the ordinary form of an address of this nature generally imposes. In one of my addresses last year, I brought forward a plan for the conduct of the Government Day Schools of this Colony, which met with your approbation, and for which a certain portion of the Revenue was appropriated. These Schools have now been a year in operation. I have reason to believe that, with some exceptions fand those not numerous, though arising from a quarter which I can by no means overlook or depreciate, ) general satis- faction has been expressed with them. I propose to appro- priate a sum exceeding somewhat that of last year to this branch of the public expenditure ; but I shall leave it to your discretion whether to a...

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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 August 1840

Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. Arrivals.—August 14—the brig Nereus, Chapman, from Salem, United States, 1st April, with flour, &c.   15—the discovery ship Terror, Crozier, last from the Cape of Good Hope. 15—the brig Scout, from Port Phillip, bound for Launceston. 15—the discovery ship Erebus, Ross, last from the Cape of Good Hope. 19—the bark Mary Hay, 258 tons, Volum, from Port Phillip, with sundries—passenger, Mr. Hutton.   20—the schooner Bandicoot, 62 tons, Griffiths, from Port Phillip, 11th instant, with beef and tallow.   20—the schooner Agnes and Elizabeth, 74 tons, Mit- chel, from Port Phillip, with a general cargo—passen-     gers, Mr. Mackay, wife, and two children, Mr. Smith Mr. Leoviston, Mr. Spotswood, Catherine Flanigan and child. 20—the schooner Echo, 73 tons, Wuntune, from Syd- ney, with sugar, hides, and maize—passengers, Miss Mills and Mr. Dodsort. 20—the brig Marianne, 286 tons, Hayle, ...

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