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First Sorell Anniversary Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 April 1825

First Sorell Anniversary Dinner On Thursday the 7th instant an extremely sumptuous Public Entertainment was joy- fully shared at Stodart's Hotel, in honour of Lieutenant Governor SORELL'S auspicious arrival in the Colony. The company con- sisted of between sixty and seventy Gentle- men, and Dr. SAMUEL HOOD presided. Every   arrangement by the Stewards was admirable ; profusion, luxury, and hospitable feelings were equally conspicuous ; the popular and   highly-meritorious host'was allowed by ail his delighted guests to have spread the most magnificent repast ever seen iu Van Diemen's Land ; and in truth so large a company never   passed an evening with more cordial indica- tions of perfect sympathy. The cloth being removed "His Majesty's health" was pledged with the most devoted acclamations, and the Band becomingly struck up " God save the King!"   "His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane" was   the next toast. Tune-" The ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 April 1825

To the EDITOR Sir,-If the person who wrote the letter which appeared in your Gazette of last week,   signed " A Merchant" would take the trou- ble to call at the Registrar's Office, he would see by a notice there stuck up that a, pre- mium of 25 per cent, on the Spanish Dollar is not demanded by that Officer; but that he receives it at the rate of Exchange at which, the Commissary grants Bills on His Majesty's Treasury. By inserting this in your valuable Paper,   you will oblige,-Yours &c.' TRUTH.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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RUNAWAY NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, April 14th, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 April 1825

RUNAWAY NOTICE.       POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN. April 14th, 1825.   h under-mentioned Persons, charged as liaied against their respective Names. J, absented themselves from their usual 'of residence, all Constables and others hereby required to use their utmost Ex- is to apprehend and lodge them in safe dy. A. W. H. HUMPHREY,       Superintendent of Police.   William Ashbee, (144), 5ft. 71/2 in. red hair, eyes, 27 years of age, a labourer, tried nt March 19, 1821, sentence 7 years, e place Schorn, in Kent, arrived in this ny per Malabar 1821, scar over right brow, and several about the mouth, tick- of-leave, last employed as overseer, road   gang, Blackman's River, charged with felo- apprehended at Ross Bridge, and escaped custody at Jericho, March 14, 1824.— Reward. Adamson (119), light brown hair, grey eyes, 19 years of age, a cabin boy, at York in January 1821, s...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Anno Sexto. QEORGII IV. REGIS (No. 8.) By His Excellency Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council. [An Act for the Relief of Persons imprisoned for Debt.] March 30th, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

ülimo gtfxto. QEORGXIIV. REGÍS (No. 8.) By His Excellency Sir Tnosns BRISBANE, Ki. CJR. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, fyc. fyc. S$c. with the Advice ,' of the Council. ' ». , \ " [An Act for the Relief of Persons im i A prisoned for Debt.ij March 30th, 1825. WHEREAS it. bath been the practice of t the Supreme' Çouit established in New South Wales, under and by virtue of His Ma- jesty's Charter, bealing, datp at Westminster, the 4th day of February, in the > Fifty-fourth «¿ear of the Reign of His late Majesty King GEORGE Tim TH,IR,P, when any defendant hath beeu imprisoned by the process of the said Court for debt, and it'hath been made $o< apr pearç to the satisfaction of the Judge of the »sàidi'Gourt,, that üueh debtqr, had not sufficient estate and effects to relieve himself from pri- son, for the said Judge to order the plaintiff to ipalçe a reasonable allowance for the support pf the defendant, or, in, default thereof, to disr charge snob .defendant fr...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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British Extracts. [FROM JANUARY PAPERS.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

Uv ("FROM J\NUVRY PAfEUS.] THE BRITISH NAVY.--The tonnage of the Biirish Navy, in round numbers, maybe taken at 450,000.. The expense of building, taking one vessel with another, £20 per ton. The value of all at #9,000,000. [Ko the expense bulldust be added tneicost'of masts, sails,1 cordage^Vnd many other articles requisite for equipment. This doubles the amount, making £18,00,0,000 for the pri-, mary sum laid out on men of war. The du- rability of the ships in time of peace may be calculated at 14 years-in tiuie of war at Î0 years. The average at 12 years ; conse- quently about £1,500,000 is annually ex- pended in keeping these bulwarks in an efficient state. The Admiralty liave given orders for the building of thrde vessels (trie Orestes, Pylodes, and Champion), of the same length, breadth, and. depth, with a view of trying the! relative merits of t|ie systems of Professor Inman, Captain Hayes, and Sir Robert Seppings; The new naval uniform, it is expected, will shortly come. out...

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 — 22 April 1825

            TO THE EDITOR. SlR-I wish to enquire, through the me- dium of your pages, whether a certain Public Officer has lately received a present of a fir- kin of butter.--This is rather a droll affair and if not a hoax, ought to be set right, parti- cularly as such á fuss was made some short time ago, about, another Public Officer's re- ceiving a present of a gallon of gin. --I am, Sir, yours, &c.

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 — 22 April 1825

To the EDITOR. Sir,-The many and ingenious suggestions lately submitted for adoption through the medium of your very disinterested Journal, for the protection of persons and property in Hobart Town, merit consideration. That a town patrol would be more efficient than the present system organized by Mr. HUMPHREY, is materially questionable. The established integrity, sound and discrimi- nating understanding, and unbending recti- tude of that Police Superintendent cannot be assailed by the clamour or yelping of any curs, however sumptuous their kennel. Let any man of common understanding weigh in his mind, the component classesof Hobart Town, and their mode of maintain an^e, with the exception of' the Merchants and Traders,-you will find Ot-devantQf&cers and others of that class faithful to their old calling, living by their Ways and Means ; fall- ing their budget by the disgraceful pay or considerations, which they receive by tneir prisoner" servants, a number of whom con- si...

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 — 22 April 1825

( >s~'-To thcEDJTOli: Sir,-^-I occasionally have the happinessand honour of'passing an hou* in i espectable female 'society^ and you will pardon me for statingas the ladies'M iáh^in which»! most coi dially sympathise) that a select Assembly may be established' here.* Surely, Si>$ hobart Town ia neither devoid of gallantry or deli. *ient tin feminine attractions ! it fa no Iep certain^ at le'ast as I believe, that a genital Monthly Ball »might be so conducted as loaf. ford the most scrupulous a share ofunqualifi] ed satisfaction. You will, Mr. Editor, there. fore very much oblige not only me, but a]i0 (many of your Headers, by in sei ting these fÇff ?observations in your spirited, moral and «eli. conducted Journal, which I hope will soon re- cord the refined festivities of a Subscription Assembly open only tounimpeached and on. impeachablecharacters.-* .1 am, Sir, yours, &C.H ? 3EAuNAs"tt,jnn.B

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To the EDITOR. "Multos se deliros senes sape vidissc: Sed qui magis quàm hic SENSEX detiraret vidisse neminem." [?]ICERO. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

, -VVV To the EDITOR. Multos se deliras senes sape viditsc: 1 Sed qui magis quàm hie SBNEX délirant 11 vidibse neminem." GICFUO. Il Sin,-I positively cannot avoid thinking that your Correspondent " Senex,"is an amaz- ing ninny, and (if he be an old man in rcautv) that he ought to know much better than to write such, nonsensical ti ash as appçMSlU4 list Friday's Gazette-Trash,'Ï cWit,-mil Editor, because it is apparent that Mr, Senex has had no other, motive whatever than that of indulging a> naturally grumbling and dissa- tisfied disposition; and that very far fr<M having the deshe to extirpate an evil, his sole wish is to foment disaffection, and to gratify individual spleen,-Widely different indeed is your Correspondent from the Great Hannibal, ,who was hea'rd to exclaim that <c Scepius patiice quàm suorum eventus misera tus:" with thisperson.it is exactly the reverse. Ï If Senex be in reality an injuied man, (for I believe he is the only one) this is cer«...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

\To the EDITOU. SíR,-;In your leading article last week you laboured laudably to ¡ show the Mer- chants what was, good for them, and espe- cially recommended the application of capi- tal to, the extension of the Fisheries on our coast, particularly the sealing. Large capi- tal is in but few hands heie, Mr. Editor, and what(bpots it to the enterprizingonan of mo- derate ineans, to exert his energies, or ha- zard those# means, when he, finds the pro- duce of his industry taxed on coming to Port, ^ou will scarcely believe it, but I have the best authority for telling you, that the Acting Naval Olftcer has demanded and received, l¿d. per skin. This exaction of duty on COLONI \L PRODUCE js a new thing here, and we are indebted, no doubt, for it to some busy-body, who has his own ends to answer. # Let me ask bim if he ever knew that the British Government fostered for a long period their Fisheries', at home and abroad, by handsome bounties, without which it is,not likely they would have e...

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Court of Requests, For the Recovery of Debtsnot exceeding Ten Pounds, Sterling. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

täounot $uatt£0tj»> For the Recovery of J^ebtsnot exceeding fan Pounds, Sterling,, r -" _« ' O'TjiPE;' is'hereby,:^ivén, tbat tlíis Goúrtwill be opened and held at the Places fand Tinies following; that is to say :-'; ;'^:.';''-;í'.V-'.¿:^:;^?v\:-;;.,. /'? '" ' 'At Hobart Tb^::::: ?" ?' On Thursdáy.tiie l^th|p^of:May;.next, at Ten p'^JUpick^recis^ Causes in which;Persons;rgsi4ing:^i^Wä the following' Districts or P/jdçès'niày bojíte fenflants; namely; Argyle,.Kingborough ,Queenborough',6,leñárcby> Çîar^|îcePlains, York:, Forbes, ai}4 Pitt, ^íabitsítobe filed and Summonses obtained daily, froin Ten to Thiea-.o'Clock',' at the .CohVn^lssiphjer?s .Of- fice iii.JípjjartTown, until ^edñenday,the 37th ©ay of April Inst. inclusive., .?;,:''l?jajn tiffs must, ton obtaining ;then;Sumn]ioflses, deliver a Particular in writing* Of-theil;^De- mand}; and Defendants, haying;any, *Cpuu ter-deinahd or SeV¿ft,.niust file a TrMrtietilar thereof in writing at the .said^^,P^è^oftj.ól, before>S...

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Table of Fees. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

'Ctt&te.of &in. Where the Sum àuedfor does not exceed 40«. Por entering every Plaint and £ s d Cause for Trial, and for issuing every Summons.0 1 0 Fbr serving such Summons .... 0 1 0 For trial of the Cause and entering Judgment...*»..*.0 2 0 For Writ of Execution.0 1 0 For serving or executing the same 0 2 0 ForSubpoma ...*..0 0 6 For Copy of Plaintiffs' Particu- lars» if' Defendant should re- quire the a Copy.».0 0 6 Where the Sum sued for does not exceed £4. For entering every Plaint and Cause for Trial, and for issuing every Summons.i.,.0 1 6 For serving such Summons .... 0 1 6 For trial of the Cause and en.tering Judgment.0 2 6 For Writ of Execution. 0 10 For serving or executing the same 0 2 0 ForSubposna. 0 0 p For popy of Plaintiffs' Particu- lar,-ii' Defendant should re- quire a Copy . 0 0 6 T^ere the Sum sued for does not exceed £6. -r<_ «. TT-i . ". i /For entering i every Playvt and Causefor Trial, and for issuing every Summons.«..0 2 0 Fdr ser...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

--VUV To the EniTon* SIR^AS Í am expecting a quantity of buf. tor and cheese in some of the merchant ship» I now under dispatca for tijís ptírt, I am Söfryj to observe that the convict-ship Lady East ' .hasueen permitted to sell underline deno-i miuation of stores upwards of fiftyr firkins of butter, and a quantity of cheese. This per- mission is in direct violation of the instiuc« tions of the Navy Board, and in contraven-i lion of the Charter Paity. . If this illicit trade is not prevented, it is useless for me or any one to order goods from England, if we are to be interrupted ia \ the market by.an unexpected importation of butter, cheese, and spirits in a^ convict-ship; and I beg to ask upon what principle of jus- tice is this merchandize allowed to be land- ed. Is it to ¡serve the Public, who are made to pay three shillings per pound for this butter landed from the Lady East, or is it not rather to sei ye some interested person who has been let inio.ffte secret that pejvnis» si...

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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

To the EDITOR. Sir,-In reply to'the letter of " Truth", ini your last Gazette, I beg to state, that I had my j information from the memorial submitted to| His Honor Lieutenant Governor ARTHUR, r«. specting the rate at which the Registrar and I Attornies demanded to receive the dollar; but> in justke to the amiable gentlemanly .manners' and liberal disposition of Mr, SO- RELL, I wish also to say, that I learnt belorc " truth" lines appeared thathe; (the^ Regis- trar) expressed his'readiness to receive the dollar at the rate of exchange for Treasury] Bills.-It is delightful thus to see the í* chip" polish,to as line a grain tas the " woithy old block," and I shall hope th&t the known good sense of the attornies will induce them to Toiiow so noble an example. -I am, Mr. Edi tor, yoiirstsmcereIy..t:v " : *'">.'. A'AÍEIÍCHÁNT.H

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TO HIS HONOR LIEUTE[?]ANT GOVERNOR ARTHUR, &C. &C. &C. "The people are seldom wrong in-their opinions; in their sentiments they are never mistaken." JUNIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

To His HoNoit bfEftrc .MMÏ GovEUXoft AUM'HÜU, &c. &c. &c. '' . ^' ( '', " The petyale tyre".«sidon* WKçng in-their- , opinions ; in llieih icntimeids they ore never mistaken." . , JUNÎUS Sin,-When a rising country suddenly ex phiienCjCS a change in the general feature;, of its prosperity, when property is in a pro» gicsshe state, of depreciation, when agti culture languishes, and commerce is nearly annihilated, then will embarassment assume the place of affluence, and discontent pre- vail amongst all classes of the people,, in anv community so circumstanced, those only exceptedj who live upon them. It is 'the misfortune of most of those w'ho^old Chief Authority to be so surrounded with interest- ed adulators, that the language of truth is HUtom heard. A free Press, that gi eat blessing to man. affords a remedy for thin last pernicious evil : where there are writers independent enough to spqak honestly, and where Governors are candid enough to - listen to them...

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[FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

[FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] Extract of a letter, dated Leith, October 30, I324,-u Trade continues steady, and upon the whole pi etty good ; and money is obtained with much less difficulty than in former times, 'lhet Royal Bank haye re- duced the interest on money lodged with thcu-)to 2 per cent., so little need have, they of it, but continue to charge 4 Per cent, on bills. Those who .depend pn the interest of money alone forj a¿ living are not so well oft' as , foi merl y, their income being much re- duced,-The City of Edinburgh feejmg dis- posed to get relief of the money advanced byntlu?m on, the harbour of Leith Wet and ÎDij Docks, , amounting to upwards (of ¡¿300,000, intimated to the Public that they jiuteiified to lesigu all right and title thereto, ppPp,Jbfting paid the , money advanced to jthepir I,n ordei to obtain this object they ' pioppsqd to form the whole conceinTnto a j point htock Company, and to dispose of it io shailer of ¿C100 each, and thereafter to be gpVtçrned and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

M ?m . -TUST Imported^upon the Ship,Valetta, ...f94, -ft- *»in.0i in a,.,th e--/o. 1 ow ing yal unible Mor-* . ? ch¿f£di2e, and','oh SÁt.E, at ¿lié Scores of V -j. TEIETHUNE and'.'GUAjitf :*--Inip.ei*iaT.andgun., i pow'de^teä iii boxes ; hysbii aim young- hy- I son ditto, in. box;es,v half and whole chests ; J supèrior^bla'ck souçhi ditto in' fiallf and whole chests; Mouchong and:.;hyson-skiri ditto in bojes^rhálf; and whole chests; Company's yellow and blue nankeen^lbag cloths, silks, "cfafié shawls, black and coloured handker chiesjhégro.hëad and cut tobacco, lacquered ladies' work-boxes^ card TîOxës with pearl; . 'Counters, silk umbrellas ;( preserved ginger, .and ¿citron in jars ; honey hx jars,; fine table .rice j foolscap, letter,,and.chit pajper? blank ;. books, nankeen crackers and fire works, blaoH .pepper. Malmsey and port wine, çher ry|brandyj Jamaica rum, China tea arid din -her.sétV; ' lstj 2d, and 3d size' plates. ; plain and1 flowered straw carpeting, bamboo win- dow ...

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Port Dalrymple News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

Extracts from the Letter of our Launceston] Correspondent, dated the 18th instant : " The Jury who sat upon Bassam brought in a verdict of Justifiable Homicide; but most of the Jury, I am informed, hold situations under   Government !     " You will see the Tasmanian, ^ndr in an- swer to 6 Candour,' you. can ßtate, that the cart i road to George Town is not impassable, either j for horse or foot. I have ridden it in five j hours : the messengers walk it generally m 8.| ..." 4 Candour* and * The Free Constable,' are] thought to be Mr.Mulgrave's ownprodjictiogsj ^exhibited in the Lumber-yard most dreadful tO| behold. The Commandant thinks that by a ve-} ry severe mode of flogging, he will repress allr disorders. He has got a very strong man to]. flog, who occupies about twenty minutes'whilst? inflicting^/*»/ lashes. But to see the deplora-] bio state of the men Î Two I saw who were cut round into the throat, under the armpits, and on ¡the belly a...

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Sydney Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

By the schooner Endeavour, Papers to the 7th instant have come to hand. The Hugh Crawford, lately reported in our Paper, had arrived, which is the first ship that has ever gone direct from England with passengers, without touching at Van Die- men's Land. She took out 57 passengers, of whom it appears only five are destined for this Colony. We think it proper here to mention that in our last we omitted to state; that of the 67 passengers per the City of Edinburgh, only five or six shipped   for New South Wales, the remainder   intending to settle in this Island, which is so congenial to the health of Europeans, and affords numerous additional advantages for the pursuits of agriculture not experienced in the other Colony which most of   these prudential passengers profess to   understand. The Hugh Crawford will how- ever pay us a visit to land what passen-   gers and cargo were shipped for this place. She may therefore b...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 April 1825

Ship News   Arrived on Monday last from England direct, which she left on the 5th of January, the transport-ship Sir Charles Forbes, Cap- tain Thomas Fullarton, with 128 male con- victs, two having died on the voyage. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Cook, E. N. The Officers of the guard, which comprise a detachment of 30 rank and file of the 57th Regiment, are Lieutenant Grey and En- sign Gore, of the same Regiment.-Brings a mail, and the latest intelligence. Same day arrived from the Isle of France, the brig Governor Phillips, Captain M'Far- lane, (belonging, to the house of Bethune and Grant), with sugar, salt-petre, &c. No mail, or news of any great interest. On Monday also His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold returned to port, with a cargo of hay from the other side of the island.   On Tuesday arrived from Sydney the colonial schooner Endeavour, Captain Brim- mer, laden with Indian corn, oranges, &c. - Passengers, T. Y. Lowes, Esq. Cap...

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