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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, September 18th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 September 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SacaiBTART's OpFice, HOBART Town Saturday, Septsmber 18th, 1819. ALL Perfoni holding Licenfea of Occupation for Grazing Ground, dated Sept« 29th, 1818, are requefted to lodge the fame at thia Office on or before the 27*h' Inftant : Suth as defire a Renewal will ftate the Requeft in Writing upon the old Ticket ; and they will he informed at ihe General Mutier on what Day ko sppiy for their frefh Licenfea. By Command of His Honors H. E. Robinson, Secretary, Deputy AfTiftant Commifliry General's Office, Hobart Town, September 18tb, 181.9. HAVING been direfted by Deputy Com. miffary General DRI M MAN to cloie all Accounts on my own Refponfibility on the 24tb* and to handover Charge of the CommifTariiU Department at this Station on the 25thCurrent lo Deputy Affiliant Commiflary General HulJ 5 intending to proceed early in the enfutag Mooth, to Port Dalrymple, I hereby call upon all Per- fon s holding Store Receipts i flu ed in Payment for Frefh Meat, Wheat, ¿cc....

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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To the "FULL MOON." [FROM A LATE SYDNEY GAZETTE.] COMPOSED AT 10 P. M. 8TH JUNE, 1819, AT [?] NEAR THE COAST OF NEW HOLLAND. "Nox [?]at[?] et C[?]lo fulgebat Luna sereno!" [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 September 1819

To the "FULL MOON." [FROM A LATE SYDNEY GAZETTE.] ------------------------------         COMPOSED AT 10 P.M. 8TH JUNE, 1819, AT SEA NEAR THE COAST OF NEW HOLLAND.   BY DR. L. H. HALLORAN. "Nox erat, et caelo sulgebat Luna sereno!"     QUEEN of the Night, whole orb serene Thro' liquid aether calmly floats;     By Her is thy mild radiance seen On whom my heart with fondness doats ?   Oh! at this hour, when Nature sleeps, And Want and Misery seek repose, Thy hapless Votary wakes and weeps, Nor finds an opiate for his woes!     His wife, his babes, his distant home,   Still on his tortur'd fancy rush:   He views around the billowy foam, And tears of burning anguish gush!   Yet, 'midft the fever of his soul, His heart's reflections never err;   But, as the magnet to the pole, With trembling fondness turns to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 September 1819

    MISS ANN FIELD intending to return to Sydney by the Governor Macquarie, begs all Claims upon her may be sent to Mr. BARNES, at the Hope in Macquarie-street. PORT REGULATIONS. TO prevent any Misconstruction in future of the 42d Article of the above Regulations;   It is hereby notified that all Masters, Mates, and other Officers, are required to advertise their Names in the Hobart Town Gazette, to enable them to obtain their Certificates from this Office; and that only the petty Officers, Sailors, or Mariners, whose Credit shall have been cried down conformable to the said Regulations, are meant to be exempted therefrom. Deputy Judge Advocate's Office,   Van Diemen's Land, 8th Sept. 1819.   PUBLIC NOTICE. ALL Persons holding Notes issued by me for the Subsistence of the Troops at this Station, are requested to bring them in for Consolidation.   Launceston, G. W. LEROUX,   Sept. 18th. 1819. L...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, September 18th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 September 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town,j Saturday, September 18th. 1810. I A GENERAL MUSTER of *he Whole of «be Inhabitants (Civil Officer« and Military exceptad) will take Place io ihe dif- ferent Difhi&i of ihe Settlement on the Der« went, on the» Oaya herein-after-rmentioned, under ibo Infpe&ion of His BONO» the LltUTCNANT GOVEINOBÍ In George's Squire, Hobart Town, on Mon« day and Tuefday, October ii and lath, al) the Free MOD of every Description on and off iheStorea re ii di og io Hobart Town and ad* ¡scent Diftricti oo ibis fide of the River, in- cluding Queenborough to Brown's Riferand North Weft Bay downwards* and Now-TowD and its Environs as far ftstho Blacksnake upwards» Oa Wednefday, 13th, all the Free Women of avery Defcription oa and oifrtho Storei in i he fame Diftri&i. On Thurfday, Friday, and Saturday) 14* 15, and 16th, all ihe Milo Prifonera *>n and off the Stores in the fame Diftricts, including Ticket of Leave Men, On Mo...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 September 1819

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. During the day and night of Thursday, and all yesterday, a very heavy gale of wind with incessant rain prevailed. The torrent of water which flowed down the rivulet has done   considerable damage. - The banks in some places have been undermined and loosened,   and some houses have been damaged; and     we lament to say that the new brick bridge in Argyle-street, which was nearly completed, and would have been passable early next week, was carried away. The centres on which the bridge was built having obstructed drift logs, some of which have been forced down the stream full forty feet long, an accumulation must have taken place, which by the force     and weight of the torrent carried away the arch during Thursday night. One end of the timber foot bridge to Murray-street has also sunk     some feet, the bank having been undermined by the water; and Captain R...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

His HONOR, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications whicUmay appears me HOBART 10WÎ9 GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figncd with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (Bv COMMAND OF HIS HONOR)» _H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary,

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Archer, Esq. SHIP NEWS-On Sunday last sailed for the coast of New Zea- land, the ship Martha, whaler,     Captain Apsey.                 The Admiral Cockburn is expected to sail for Port Jackson on Tuesday, next. Remain in the harbour, the ship Admiral Cockburn; the brigs Governor Macquarie and Sophia; and the sloop Martha.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, September 18th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, September 18th, 1819. A GENERAL MUSTER of the Whole of the Inhabitants (Civil Officers and Military excepted) will take Place in the dif- ferent Districts of the Settlement on the Der- went on the Days herein-after-mentioned, under the Inspection of His Honor the     LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. In George's Square, Hobart Town, on Mon- day and Tuesday, October 11 and 12th, all the Free Men of every Description on and off the Stores residing in Hobart Town and ad- jacent Districts on this side of the River, in- cluding Queenborough to Brown's River and   North West Bay downwards, and New Town and its Environs as far as the Black Snake upwards.   On, Wednesday, 13th all the Free Women of   every Description on and off the Stores in the same Districts.     On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 14, 15, and 16th, all the Male Prisoners on and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

ALL Perions holding Notes ißuod byrne for the Subfile nee of the Troops at this Station, ara requefted to bring them in for Coufolid arion« Launceílon, ? G« W. Liaôvxi Sept. 18th. 1819. 3_Lieut. 48th Regt; I^HK Ship Admiral Cockburn, Captain .L Ba i G es, will pofitively fail tor Port Jack» fon on Tuefday next, the 5th of Oftober; and aa there is good Accommodation for Feflcagera on hoard, and Room to receive a few Tons of Freightage, au early Application ia reqaefteo! to be made to the Commander ; who alfo re« quefts all Claims againtV him may he timely preferred for Payment,_' _2 MR» UOODSIR, 1ft Mute, and Mr. PEA*. SON, 2d Mate of (be Admiral Cockburn» leaving this Settlement for Port Jackton, re*' quefl Claima may be prefented immediately., I R. and Mas. Ka MP and Family intending to proceed to Sydney tn the Ship Admir- al Cockburn, requeft that ali Claima may be presented immediately._ _I MRS. BuafcS JACKSON, intending to leavo the Colony by an early Opportunity» requeits Claim...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

' In our report lau" week of thu moiancnoiy ac- cident of the tHree men who were unfortunate- ly drowned, in croifing the Darwent River io ^lender's ferryboat, we ftated the name of the xnao. wboffl body was afterwards picked np, to be John AmMtfge, inftéad of Ambrofi Al- dridge, Ap Inqucftion was taken upon his body on Monday ; and a verdict of yourie re- turned oî~> Accidental Death.-We haye not fcea"r/ that either of the bodies of the other two Men have bfen yet found. ' BikTH.-On Tuefday laft^of a DsuRhier, the Lady of EDWARD LORD, Efq« of Mac quarte-ftreet« _ ' We copy the following articles from late   London papers :—     INSANITY — The following Table of the Causes of Insanity, as they occurred in the county, and city of Cork Lunatic Asylum, commencing the 1st of January, 1798, and ending the 30th of June, 1818, is from a work recently published by Dr Halloran. There       were Insane Patients, ...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October [?]d, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 2d, 1819. ALL. Persons are prohibited from taking away Timber or Shells from, and burning Lime on, the Shores of Ralph's Bay from the North West End of South Arm round to   Collins' Hills; the same being required for Government. JOHN GRAHAM is appointed a Constable at the Lumber Yard, and attached to the   Department of Public Works. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 30th September, 1819. NOTICE is hereby given, that all Supplies furnished His Majesty's Magazines under my Charge will be paid for by me to the Person   from whom the Supply was actually received, on every Tuesday at this Office, between the Hours of Eleven and Three. GEO. HULL, Deputy Assistant Commissary General,   COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 30th September, 1819. TO be SOLD ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 October 1819

o THE Brig Governor Macquarie, Captain   HEANY, will sail for Port Jackson in the             course of the ensuing week. -- For Freight or Passage apply to R. W . LOANE, Esq. at his Residence in Macquarie-street.     The following Persons leaving the Colony in the Brig Governor Macquarie, request Claims to be presented ;--Captain R. Heaney, Mr. Geo. Jackson, John Bishop, Wm. Wood, Hugh- Keyon, Charles Duffy, John Reese,     Wm. Hubbart, -- Lewis; and -- Chaseland. ,..--, - - r ...... . - , ........ 4. .^ IV'OR the Accommodation of thofe Perfona * who Hand indebted to Captain HOWARD, .ither by Notes of Hand or Book Debts, .good Sorcable BEEÇ" will be received in Payment, if tendered within One Month from this Date. Öaober2,18l9. '".",,.'! "-? ? I 'V>,\.. -i.-.n : ???.-.!.",? ? M T., i i i H ' ? ; . i in. ni '? N SA LE, at t he S T O A . a ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

His HONOR the LIEUTINANT GOVERNOR bas thought groper to direft, that all Public Communications which may. «ppearm thr HOBART 7OWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Oflicial Signature, mc to be confidered as Officiai Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom Ihev may relate. _ t . (Bv COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), II. F,. ROBINSON*, bicmary

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Oct. 9th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE, Secretary's Office, Oft. Qth, 1819. ^HE Crown Servants employed in the Go ^ vernment Public Works are to be muf terod'exclufively on Saturday the 16th inftant ; on which Day they will be exempt from Labor, and the Muller will commence at Nine o'Clock. All other Crown Servants will b« careful to attendv Muller on the Thurfday and Friday prcvioufly» By Command of His Honor, H. K. Rohinfon, Secretary, COMMISSARIAT Ornea, HOBART Towt»,] - 5th October, 18x9; 1 OO Much Inconvenience baying been" ex-j *3 perienccd from due Notice not having bneni given byiho Perfoo» whofe Tenders h*vo been accepted for the weekly Supply of Moat to Hi« Majcfty's Magazine at this Place, fthat Deputy Affiliant Commifliry General HULL deems it neceflary to give Notice that unlefil fihe (even Days previous Intimation «o the1 Store-keeper, which is required by "the Condi* tiona at ihe Foot of the Tender Lift, bore, gularly given, he muft engage a Supply c1 fe. where ; and every Pcrfon f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

, From álate Sydney paper we copy the fol- lowing article of intelligence :. I We have heretofore .inferted an account o the Mutineers of 'ihe Bounty having landy on Pitcairu'ilflanda, where many of their o> ¡.fcendanti, from a number of women whom they ?took away from Otsheite, then remained«' >¡Byíthe Uft arrivai from the Society 1 Hands ti Gentleman of Sydney receives the following very reennt account on 1hisregrettedfubiect;-* *. Account of 'Ike Mutineers vf iht Ship Bounty, and i heir Dtfctndants at Pitcairns Ifland*-The following account I have juffc received from a Taheitan women, who wsa the wife of Ifaac Madden, one of the mutineers« She has been apparently a gooalyoking womat* in her lime, but now begin« to bear the nurka of age. She is marked oh fthe left arm AS _o which was dono by Adam Smith, to whom (lie attached herfelf at fuft, and fail ed with him both before and alter the fhip waa taken» She has lately arrived hithor in tho King George from Nugahivai at which...

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ECCENTRIC CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

ECCENTRIC CHARACTER. The following account is trpm a tate LOO- ' don publication :-A perfon well known at all < the offices of Government, and who, from his I Angular appearance and' eccentric manner, had i often excited a fmile from the heads of many of the principal departments, died a few days ' ago, at his lodgings in fnoe-lane. During a I period of 80 years did this hon«ft creature .fill I the humble (Ution of errand carrier at his Ma jefty's Printing-office. But what was account. | ed humble, became in his hands important, and ,«« the King's meffengerj" as he always ftyled himfelf, yielded to none of his Majefty's Mmif. tersin the conception of the dignity of hu» of fice, when intruded *ith King'« fpeeches, ad. .dreiTes, bills, and other papers of ftate. At the [officea of the Secretaries of State, when loaded willi parcels of this description, he would throw open every chamber without ceremony : the TreAfury and Exchequor doors could not op pofe him, and even the f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

CAUTION. - In Consequence of an Ad- vertisement which appeared in the Hobart Town Gazette of the 2d Instant, signed JOHN WOOD, apprizing the Public that certain Horses, which were advertised for Sale by Auction on the 6th Instant for the Benefit of the Creditors and the Estate of the late ROBERT NASH, deceased, had been taken away by him, and the said John Wood having exhibited no Right of Property in the said Horses ; the   Public are hereby cautioned against purchasing or otherwise receiving into their Possession any or either of the said Horses named below, as the Administrators have every Reason to suppose them to be the Property of the De- ceased, removed from the Estate to the Injury of the Creditors. MARIA LORD, Administrators to the Agent of Estate and Effects of EDWARD LORD, Esq. of the late R. Nash JAMES LORD.   A Chesnut Mare named Sally, with A Horse Foal running by her side ; A Filly 8 Months old ; and A Grey Gelding rising 3 years old, :M R. a...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 9th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 9th, 1819. THE Officers at the Head of the several Pub- lic Departments are hereby required to fur- nish to this Office, on or before the 18th Ins- 18th Instant, in Duplicate, the usual Official Reports and Returns for the Quarter ending September 30th; for HIS HONOR the LIEUT- ENANT GOVERNOR's approval, preparatory   to their being forwarded to His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF at Head Quarters. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

"In the mean time many children were       born. Christian had a daughter Mary ; and two sons, Charley and Friday. John Main had two children, Betsy, and John. Bill M'Kay had Sam and Kate. Neddy Young had no children by his own wife ; but by Tararo, the wife of the Raiotean, he had three sons, Geo., Robert and William. Matt has had five children, Matt, Jenny, Arthur, Sarah, and a young one that died when seven days old. Adam Smith has Dinah, Eliza, Hannah, and George, by his wife. The Taheitans, &c. have left no children. Jack Williams's wife died of a serophulous disease, which broke out in her neck. The Europeans took the three women belonging to the natives, Tosfaiti,   Mareva,and Tinasarnea, and cast lots for them, and the lot falling upon Tosfaiti, she was taken from Tararo, and given to Jack Williams.   Tararo wept at parting with his wife, and was   very angry. He studied revenge, but was dis- covered an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. THE following Persons leaving Port Dalrymple in the Schooner JOHN   PALMER, which will shortly proceed to Islands in the Straits, requeft all Claims and Demands against them may be imme-   diately presented for Payment :- Mr. David H. Smith, Master, James   Thompson, George Fifer, Thomas Pooly, William Myers, Joseph Stanley, Thomas French, William Anderson, and John Smith. 1 The Sloop Martha being about to sail for Port Dalrymple in the couse of a   few days, all Claims against the following Persons are requested to be immediately   presented for Payment :- Mr. Richard Perkins, Master, James   Munroo, John Cummings, and George Jackfon. 1 HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A BENT;

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