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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 March 1831

THE GAZETTE OP THI8 DAY CONTAINS. ¿TI OVERNMKNT NOTICE, [No. 54]. Colonial %Jf Secretary's Office, March 23, 1831. Certificates of fieedom have been granted to the Un- dermentioned persons : Daniel Lynch, 8*0, Lady East Grotge Pitt, S6C), ditto James Sheedy. 709, Medway 2 By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNliTT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. N<>. 55, Colonial Secretary s Offic% Match 23.1831. A Duplicate Ticket of I eave has been granted to James Hills, Coiomandel, the original having ben lost. By command of The Lieutenant Governor. J. BURNETT. OOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 5fi-Caloma! * Secretary's Office, Mirrh 24, lS'.il. The Lieutenant Govcrnot ha* been pleased to approve of the appointment of Philip Joseph, 107, Caledonia 1, as a Jarelm Man, to take effect from the 1st of A pi ii next. By His Excellence's Command, J. BURNETT ("1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, ["No. .y».] Colo- ur nial Spiretarv's Office, March 24 1831. Matthew Lawrence, 101. Medway 1. has been deprived of his Ticket ...

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THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 March 1831

THE RACES We last week gave some account of the races at New town, as far as they had ad- vanced when our paper went to press. They were continued with equal spirit on Friday and Saturday, and on the latter day especi- ally the several heats were remarkably well contested, the horses being not only high bred but well matched. The scite of the course also, at so easy a distance from Ho- bart town, on that comparatively level spot of ground belonging to Mr. Gatehouse, on the east side of the road, and commanding at intervals varied prospects of the noble scenery along the borders of the Derwent,   could not have been better chosen. The area of the course, which has been complete ly cleared and levelled, is a chain in width and nearly a mile and a half round, and it is now about to be harrowed and sown with a variety of English grasses, so as to give it that hollowness and elasticity essential to the turf. A very commodious and substantially built stand has been erected, c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 March 1831

The Quarterly Review represents Sir pie Henry Parnell as desirous of getting rid at not one' fell swoop of the toniaq Islands^ Ceylon, tue. Cape, Mauritius, and'our North Ameri- can-provinces ; but to this extensive scheme of colonial reduction the reviewer strongly objects. He contends that the Cape, Mau* ritius, and Ceylon should be kept as points by which, as by a chain of posts, our power in the eastern seas is to be maintaitied. The settlement of Sierra Leone, he' admits, bias failed in its objects, which were to try the experiment of free labour, and to assist the efforts of England for the suppression of the slave trade. The hope that the same ob- jects would be accomplished with less sa- crifice of human life at Fernando Po has ap- parently 'ilso turned out entirely delusive, and the reviewer seems to admit that both these settlements should be abandoned. " With respect to the British possessions in North America, Sir Henry Parnell con- tends that no case can be made out to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 March 1831

LOST, on \Vcdnenday last, a Black Berlin Iron Bracelet. Whoever will bring it to Mrs. Pedder, in Macquarie street, may receive 5s. Re ward. O FOUND. N Friday last nt-ar the race course, a Pebble Uiooch. Apply at this Office. WANTED. A Steady Man who is a good Ploughman and Seedsman. Goud wage« will be given. Apply at this office at at G. VV. Robinson, Sorell «pi inga._» _ TO SAWYERS. WANTED for the Van Diemen's land Com. pany's Hstablishm-nt at Circular bead a pair of good Sawyers. Application to be made to JOHN KERlf, Company's Agent. Hobart town, March 34,1831. TWO POUNDS REWARD. LOS I' about 5 months ago, a lat ge dark-colour- ed Chestnut Horse, with a v. ty hollow back An) person giving euch information at the office of titi* Paper as dull lend to the leovtry of the atti uial, shall rtceite the above reward. FLOUR. TO be had at any tiuu>, Flour of a superior quality at 19s. per cwt., Meal at 7s. 3d per bushel Seed Wheat at the matket price. Apply at the old White Hart Inn, So...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 April 1831

CHEAP MEAT MART. H Baynton, begs leave to call the attention . of the Public to his fine shew of Ox Beef and Wether Mutton, from the herds and flocks of William Talbot Esq. Marketplace, 1st April 1831. LOST. A Ticket of Leave, No. 706, whoever will bring the same to Thomas Wainwright, Collins Street, or to the Office of this paper, shall be well rewarded. SOlli March 1831. CONTRACTOR WANTED, A person who will contract to make a piece of toad at the Saddle hil), between the Cross and Black Muish, which will be laid out and shown to the Contractor by Capt. Wentworth, the Police MagUtrate at Bothwell, and to be finished before the ensuing winter. Apply to A. Beid, Ratho, March 28,1831. WANTED TO RENT. Tn some centrical situation in town. A Good sized Shop and Workshop. Letters /V addressed to Browne & Co., Elizabeth Street, stating Terms and Conditions, will meet with immediate attention. A Young Lady of respectable connections wishes for a situation m a genteel family, where s...

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NEW TOWN RACES. March 30, 1831. Match for 200 sovs.—Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 April 1831

NEW TOWN RACES. -ooo Maich 30, 1831. Match for 200 sovs.-Two miles. Capt. Harper's cb. c. Shamrock, hy Camer ton, 3 jrs old, 9st. 1 Capt. Norsworlhy'ü b. f Counlessa, by Pe- ter Fin, 3yrsold, 8st. I] lbs, 2 2 to 1 on Shamrock. Won easy. Run in 4 min. 5 sec. Match for 6*0 sovs.-One mile. Mr. G. Kemp's b f. Medora, by Bolivar, 2 yrsold, 8st. ' 1 Mr. Gavin's g. f. Atalanta, by Bolivar, 2 yrs old, S st. 2 5 lo 4 m Medora* Won easy. Sweepstakes of 5 sovs. each. Once round the course. Gent, riders. Six subs. Mr. Slodatt's g. g. Erin-go-bragh, 5 yrs old, 9 st. 13 lbs. (Mr. Gregson) 1 The following started, but were not placed. Capt. Harper's br. g. Muggins, aged, 10 st. 5 lbs Mr. G. Kemp's b. g. Juniper,, 5 jears old, 9*t. I3lbs. Mr. John Lord's g. g. Cossack, 4 yrs old, 9»t.9lbs. Mr. Hewitt's br. c. Nonsuch, 3 yrs old, 8st. 13lbs. Capt. Norsworthy was a sub. but did not name. 3 to 1 against Erin. Won with ease. Matches. Between Capt. Harper's pony from Sydney and Mr. Rankin's Miss Pickle,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 April 1831

GAZETTE OF THIS DAY OOATAlNfl. Dm G>VERNMENT NOTICE, No. 59, Colonial rai Secretary s Office, March 30,1831. Died Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un* de «la-mentioned'persona :-- «° John Hinds, 193, Lady Castlereagh. Ann Bergin or Barragan, 139, Mariner. William Cadman, 664, Commodore Hayes, William Scarers, 609, Phoenix 2. Samuel Smith, 678, Sir Charles Webster. William Green, 430, do. ! John Finnegan. 26rj, Princess Charlotte. "William Barton, 787, do. William Coibett, ?.63, do. Thomas Vos«, 29, do. John Pain, 367,1 ady Rast. Agnes Rowse, 45. Henry. Ann Ddgle, 32, do. John Toon, 323, Medina. Mo«es Burrett 651, Albion. Samuel Pate, l61. Larkins. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETP. -?"10VERNMENT NOTICE, ("No. 60]. Colonial VT Secretary's Office, March30, 1831. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased ta grant the undeimentioned indulgences : Tickets of leave, francis Hunt, 275, Juliana. John James Holland 3^7, Malabar. John Stanning. 627, Commodore...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 April 1831

GEO. LANGFORD IS selling off at reduced prices: 50 Barracan Coatees, 100 Waistenat». 200 Pair of oordury and barragon trowsers. 'Monkey jackets. Striped shirís, &c. Arc. N.B. Wanted a steady young man. MISS DEBNEY liegs to announce to her Friend» and the Public generally, that she will be prepared to ireeive pupils nn the'lill of April, at li« r residence in Aithur street, Ho- bart town. March 24,1831. WANTED, A Pair of Sawyers to cut sufficient timber to build a large stone House, and a twelve   stall stable. For particulars inquire of Mr. George Page, Lemon Springs, or of Mr. Joseph Molloy, Liverpool street, Hobart town. March 26th, 1831.   TO STONE-MASONS' WANTED a Stone-mason, who will undertake to erect tin; Walls of a Barn, 45 feet, by *5frei. Apply to 0. M. Cogie, Jericho, March 1C. 1831. TT OST, on WedneNday last, a Black Berlin Iron JLi Bi-icelct. Whoever will bring it to Mrs. Pedder, in Macquarie >treet, may receive 5». He 'ward. O rOUN...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL [?], 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 April 1831

The Courier SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1831. Arrived on Saturday the 26th of March, the transport ship Red Rover, R. C. Chris- tie, commander, from PortsittfctHjhjgfthof November, with Government -stoMs<-and 166 male convicts. The guard consists of 2f) rank and file of the 17th regiment, under the command of Major Ciokcr of the 171I1. Passengers,-Mrs. Croker aud two chil- dren. Arrived on Monday the 281 h March the brig Fame, 202 tons* Capt. John Watson, from Liverpool 9th October, the Cape of Good Hope 17th January, with a general cargo of merchandize-Passengers Mr. Adams, Mr. Brown, Mr. John and Mrs. Brown and children, Mr. and Mrs. Kelsh and two children, Mr. Thomas Hamilton, Mrs. Ramsay mother of Mr. David Ramsay, Sailmaker, Mr. John Gillman, and Elizabeth Harrison-also for New Soulh Wales, Mr. and Mrs. Morgau and eight children. On the 22nd. of March the Bombay was off Middle island, near George-town, having lost ian anchor and cable.-Launcrston Independent. The ship Mary, C...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 April 1831

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT;. On Tuesday the 2nd of Norember, Parla- ment was opened, when his Majesty deliv« ¡ed he following speech in person . "Mr Lords and Gentlemen, " It is willi great satisfaction that I meet you in Parliament, and that 1 am enabled, in the present conjuncture, to recur to your advice. *. Since the dissolution of the late Parua ment, events of deep interest and importance have occurred on the Continent of Europe. " The elder branch of the House of Bourbon no longer reigns iii France, and the Duke of Orleans Iras been' called to the throne hy the title of ' King of the French.' " Having received from the new Sovereign n declaration oí his earnest desire to culti- vate Ihe good understanding, and to maintain, inviolate all the engagements subsisting with this country, I did not hesitate to continue my diplomatic relations and fiiendly inter- course with the Frencli Court. "1 have witnessed willi deep regret the the" state of affairs in the Low Countries. «« 1 lament ...

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[?]LLIBERATIONS Of [?] [?]perial Parliament on the King's speech and the State of the Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 April 1831

IILIBERATI0N9 öftkl mperia/ Parliament on the King's spa tk, and^ the, State, of the Country, t Preyipus to the delivery of the IÇingfs Speech on the 2nd of Nov. Hie Marqujs tiholmondely, as Lord Chamberlain, pro- ceeded with his 'attendants to search the vaults, in commemoration of the alledged plot of 225 years ago. At twelve the doors of the House were opened to the peeresses and ihe auditory; the Princess Victoria,j willi tier royal mother, were accotnomdated on the woolsack. The royal dukes, the! young princes, and Prince Leopold, sat, near the throne. The foreign anibassa-j dors were on the ii«ht, the peeresses arid distinguished foreigners on the left. At two the Ktng entered the House and took his seat, al Untied by the Duke of Wel- lington with the sword of state. During the pause that followed the order to the black rod to summon the House of Com- mons, the Kinc, characteristically, chatted with the Princess Victoria. In a few mo- ments the three estates of the realm were ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 April 1831

IN THE PRESS, And will be published next week in 8vo. OBSERVATIONS on the prevailing Fever; and on Medical Ethics. Suum cuique. BY JAMES BRYANT, Fellow of the Medical Society of London, &c. &c.   CONCERT. A Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Music will take place at Mr. J. P. Deane's, on Wednesday evening the 20th inst. —Tickets 7s. children 5s. MR. ROBERTS, half pay Deputy Assistant Commissary General, residing at Seymour Cottage, Clarence plains, requests all claims may be forthwith presented, as be expects to leave the Colony for England by one of the earliest oppor-   tunities. April 7, 1831. PUBLIC HOUSE AND FARM TO BE LET. TO BE LET, within 10 miles of Hobart town,   a capital and well accustomed Public House, with a farm of 200 acres of excellent land surrounding the house ; 20 acres are in cultivation, and 100 acres more can immediately be brought into cultivation. The public house is situate on the high road to Hobart to...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 April 1831

The Courier. SATURDAY. APRIL 9, 1831. Arrived on Saturday the 2nd. instant, the bark Thomas Lawrie, Captain Langdon, with the remainder of her import cargo intended for this port and Sydney, and 65 bales of wool shipped by Mr. Walkingshaw at Launceston for London. Arrived on Sunday the 3d. iuslant, the brig Rifleman, Captain Adam Blaisdaile, 300 tons, from London, 20th, Oct. Cowes 18th. Nov. with a large assorted cargo of goods, consigned to Messrs. Kemp & Co. JW. Bunster, James Wood, Hewitt & Co. J. G. Jennings, S. Adey, II. Bilton, H. B. Torlesse, G. Hunt, J. Lester, J. & W. Ro- bertson, G. Tooth, Geo. Langford, C. Whit church, John Walker, L. Beauvais, G. W. Eldridge, H. Hopkin«, C. Appleton, (!. Read, P. Facey, Lieut. Simmons, £. Abbott, J. Swan, T. E. Mannington, G. Turnley, G. .Watson, with a variety of goods consigned to order and to New South Wales. Sailed on Tuesday the 5th. instant, the   ship Medway, Capt. Borthwick Wight, for London, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 April 1831

WE, the undersigned, request the attendance of the Inhabitants of Brighton, at the         Commissariat Stores, at 10, o'clock, on Monday the 18th of this month, to concert measures for the   immediate erection of a Church in that populous district.             FREDERICK ROPER.   JOHN OGLE GAGE.     R. C. DROUGHT; LL.B;           Chaplain of Green ponds.         Brighton, April 1, 1831. CARD.             MR. ROBERTSON, Surgeon, in returning his grateful acknowledgments to the Ladies   and Gentlemen of the Sorell, Ouse; Macquarie and neighbouring districts, begs to inform them that in consequence of t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 April 1831

THE GAZETTE OF TFÏIS DAT CONTAlKS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, pío. G2], Colonial Secretary's Office, April 8th, 1831. The Lieuienaut Governor has been pleased te grant the undermentioned indulgences : TICKETS OF LEAVE, To- James Watkins, 206, Coromandel, Robert Parker, 16Ü, Counters Harcourt By His Fxoellenoy's Command, J. BURNETT, I» ? I ' »I "' M.. I I ? I 1,1 I ? GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 63, Colonial Secretary s Office, April 6, 1831. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons : Edward Davis, 359, Princess Charlotte. John Davis, 356. do. George Davis, 357, do. William Knight, 191. d6. Charles Harding 622, do. Peter Weston, 611, do. William Jukes, 263, do. William Batriran. 781, do. William Gittns, 424, Sir Charles Forbes. Robert Drysdale. 60, Lady Castlereagh. William White, 627, Lady East.   Michael Dunnagon, 368, do. John McGatheridge, 421, do. James Staines 557, Albion. By command of the Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, - ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 April 1831

In the Will of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, late of Hobart town, Van Diemen's land, Wi- dow, deceased.   LETTERS of Administration with the Will an- nexed of the said Catherine O'Brien, hav- ing been granted to me the undersigned, all per- sons having any demands upon the estate are re- quested to send the particulars thereof on or be- tore the 7th day of May next, and all persons in debted to the said estate, are requested to pay the same forwith unto Mr. George Cartwright, solici- tor, Hobart town. ANTHONY KENN KEMI». Dated this 7th day of April j631t IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound. Bath parish, district of , Oatlands, ou Saturday the ¡tud of April, by JJ* Wilso*, 1 light red bull, down horns, white flanks, legs, tip to his tail, and star in forehead, branded 1C near rump, aud a brand supposed to be FR un- der it. ' ~ I black yearling hull, star in forehead, and a little white on the bae,k, no brand. l'black sided"heifer, gray face, white,back, be>ly tail aud legs, bran...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 April 1831

C1) ¿Courier. SATURDAY. APRIL If,, 1831. Arrived on Monday the" lïfrf îust. fríe sloop Robulíali, lo" tons, Win. Montgomery,' mister, frciu New Zealand dth March, willi a cargo-/>f flax, &c. ' Sailed on Monday the government brig Tamar, Capt. Bateman, for Macquarie har- bour, with stores inda detachment of the 6"3d regiment. Sailed this day the brig Fame, Capt. J. Watson, for Sydney, with part of her ori- ginal cargo, and some goods from this port. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan and fa- mily. Mis. Staples, Mr. Adams, Mr. J. C. ! M'Dougal!, and Messrs. B. Bent, Wilks, ' and Currie, Surgeon of the vessel Mr. A. Stephens. I The Drummore, Capt. Petrie, for Singa- pore, and the Red Roi er, for Sydney, are clearing at the Custom house, and will sail for England to-morrow or Tuesday. The Drummore is cleared, and sails to- morrow for the Mauritius. Passenger, Mrs. Chapman, daughter of our Colonial Sec re- < tarv. i The signal was hoisted on Wednesday I evening fora br...

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FURTHER MATERIALS To form an estimate of the state of affairs in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 April 1831

FURTHER MATERIALS To form an estimate of the state of affairs in England. Willi regard to the disappointment of the King's visit to the city on the Lord Major's dayi the Dilke of Wellington, in* reply te a question pul'by the Duke of Richmond, in the House of Lords saidj' His Majesty was doubtless, as he clearly deserved lo be, the most' popular monarch that ever reigned in this country. The letter written by com« mand of his Majesty to the Lord Mayor ex preesly stated his confidence in the attach mentof the city. His grace would speak of what concerned himself personally. On Sa- turday he received from the Lord Mayor elect,a letter, which he read to (he House. On lue perusal of that letter he resolved not lo go to the City feast. His Grace felt him- self personally protected under the law, and knew his right to claim protection by supe- rior force in case of danger ; but he did not think himself justified to incur or brave the risk of creating confusion, tumult, and per- haps blood...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 April 1831

13 GOODS PER RIFLEMAN. GEORGE LANGFORD has received White coiintfrp'nes Fine Welsh flannel Moslins plain and figured Lawn and cambrics Prills, white and brown . * 'Jeans, white and coloured ; Marcellas, white and coloured s Shirting and »heeling calicoes Pine shirts with lawn bosoms Hosiery and gloves Bombazeens, black and coloured Women's and children's shoes Corduroy's and barrago!» Sewing miks and threads . Curtain and bed bindings Black and white,buckrams' ~ * . ' * 'Old sighted spectacles Ktiives, qnills and pensj Corduroy trowseis Braces, bnttons of sort* Braids, and fancy trimmings An assortment of c-nibs "J, "J BOOKS. Sir w*. Scott's prose works « Godwin's History of the Commonwealth of .England * Macfarlane^ Constantinople Bishop Heber*» H^mns A variety of School Booka Pocket Books, &c Arc. ' Proof muskets wi th bayonets ' A general sssortment of brushes. &c. &c. &c. April 11,1831. JUST landed ex Rifleman, and on Sale at the home of tit« unde...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 April 1831

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS.   GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 64, Colonial   Secretary's Office, April 11, 1831.     The periods for which the undermentioned per- sons were transported, expiring at the date placed opposite their respective names, Certificates of   their Freedom may be obtained, at that or any sub- sequent period, upon application at this Office, or at that of Police Magistrates in the Interior: 404 Jolin Gretton, Lady East. April 12,1831. 371 John McDougall alias Gow, Lady East, April 14. 139 William Gould, Batavia, April 12. 47 Jane Griffith, Henry. 315 John Hamilton Thomson, Sir Charles Forbes, April 13. 43 George Ross, Ocean, April 18. 16 Hector McDonall alias Campbell, Lady   Castlereagh.     87 David Muir, do. 35 Thomas Porter, do.     Nissen Jacobson, do. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 65 Colonial &...

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