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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 October 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday Sailed for Sydney, via Port Dal- rymple, the brig Governor     Macquarie, Mr. R. Heaney,   master. To-morrow the ship Admiral Cockburn will Sail for Sydney, with wheat and meat. Remain in the harbour, the Ship Admiral Cockburn; the brig Sophia; and the sloops     Martha and Governor Sorell.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

His HONOR the LIBUTBNANT GOVBRWOR bas thought proper to c1 irett, that all Public Communications which may ippeainu the HOBART 10WN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to br conftdcted as Official Communications made to thofe Pe rfons to whom they may relate. _ (BY COMMAND OF His HONOR), H. E. ROBINSON àecrjtiaiy*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

EPIGRAM. Says Murphy to Paddy, "you're surely an ass,   To shut both your eyes, and then look in the glass !" Says Paddy, "you blockhead, I wanted a peep.   To see what a beauty I look'd—when asleep !"

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

* By*heamvHl of thT'íhip David Shaw, we have been favored with Knglilh papers¡to the aito of her departure. They contain little in- telligence of importance. A mongft the mo ft interefting articles we glean the following ; His Royal Highnefsihe Pa isca R«OI*T had been indifpofed, but had recovered. The Duke of YORK had met with a fenôus sect, dent, but .was recovering from ita ciie£ti,and able io tranfaa bufineli. . The Duchess of CLARENCE had been deli- vered of a female infant, which died shortly af- ter its birth. The Duchess of KENT, at Kens-     ington Palace, of a female child-the Royal Princess and Mother both doing well. The Duchess of CUMBERLAND, of a Son, at Her Royal Highness's Hotel at Berlin-the young Prince and Mother also both doing well. A very important debate took place in the House of Commons the latter end of May, upon a motion of Mr. TIERNEY to enquire into the state of the Nation ; when on a division   there appeared On th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

CAUTION.-în Consequence of an Ad- vertifement, which appeared in the Hobart   Town Gazette of the 9th Instant, cautioning   the Public against purchasing or receiving into their Possession the under-mentioned Horses ; I hereby again give Notice, that the said Horses are my Property, in Right of my Wife, late Sarah Nash, now Wood, which I am ready at any time to prove; and all Persons are cau- tioned from purchasing or otherwise molesting   the said Horses at their Peril without my Approbation JOHN WOOD. A Chesnut Mare named Sally, with A Horse Foal running by her side;     A Filly 18 Months old ; and A Grey Gelding rising 3 years old. NOTi CK.-Thirty Sheep, of various mark», were lately found by fome Confiables in the Interior, and ate' now in my Pofleífiónat Kangaroo Point»-*If the fame are not owned within 14 day a from this Date, they will bo Sold to defray necofftry Expenfes. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Oft. 1.6, t8io. Diftri...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

HOBART TOWN Sitting MagiHrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A.I SHIP NEWS»-Sailed on Sun day lift for Port Jackson, the ship Admiral Cockburn, Cap- tain Briggs, with wheat and meat.-Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Kemp, and family. On Monday last arrived from England in four months, having left Portsmouth the 11th June, the Ship David Shaw, Captain Jor- dain, with a valuable and choice cargo of mer- chandize. She went into St. Jago's ,and after staying 3 days, sailed from thence direct for this Port.-Captain Edward Sindrey has re- turned by this conveyance as Supercargo of the vessel. The Passengers by this arrival are as follow :-Mr. Edward Payne, Mr. Mat- thew Payne, Nathaniel Elliott, Mr.George Brooks, Mr. Thomas Fenton, Mr. Joseph Rivers, Mr. Thomas Stone, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Sarah Wilmott, and Mr. James Packer. The Martha sloop will sail in the course of the ensuing week for Port Jackson, via Port Dalrymple.     Remain in harbour, the ship David Shaw;   the b...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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LIEUT, GOVERNOR'S COURT.—OCT. 15. Warner v. Jemott. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

LIEUT. GOVERNOR'S COURT. - OCT. 15. Warner v. Jemott.   This was an action brought by the plaintif to recover wages stated to be due to him, as shepherd in the defendant's employ. In the course of the evidence it was proved, that the plaintiff had greatly neglected the sheep com- mitted to his charge, in consequence whereof many had been lost, and more had died. A ver- dict was therefore given for the defendant, with   a strong admonition from the JUDGE as to the particular duty of a shepherd, and his liability   for any losses arising from neglect.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 10th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 16th, 1819. FOR the Information of the Public and the particular Guidance of the Officers of the Police Establishment, HIS HONOR the     LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased         to order and direct that the following List of Publicans who are duly licensed for Keeping   of Public Houses, and Vending of Wines, Spirits, and Beer, in the several Districts in the the County of Buckinghamshire, be published   in the Hobart Town Gazette. AT HOBART TOWN. NAME. - SIGN.   Wm. Thomas Stocker - Derwent Hotel Richard Wallace - Cat and Fiddle Henry Anson - City of London Arms Francis Barnes - Hope James Brammer - King's Arms Charles Connolly - Bricklayer's Arms John Eddington - Bird-in-Hand George Hopwood - Green Gate Michael Lee - Freemason's Arms James Lord - Dusty Miller Thomas Ransom - Crooked Bi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

POST OFFICE.-The Deputy Post Master bega to remind thofe Per fon s who are anx- ious to corretpond with their Friends in Eu- rope, and who now wish to embrace the present Opportunity of the David Shaw's proceeding to Sydney, that he will finally close a Packet for Europe (to be sent by the Ship Admiral Cockburn about to proceed to England from Port Jackson direct (the Evening before the David Shaw sails from this Port. The under-mentioned Letters are now lying at the above Office for Delivery :- Mr. John Huxley, Mr. Thomas White, Mr. William Wheeler, John Hall, Robert Aldridge, John Northall, and Michael Gitliss. JAMES MITCHELL, Deputy Post Master. NEW INN, VERANDA HOUSE. RICHARD ALLWRIGHT begs to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that he has laid in a complete STOCK Of choice Spirits and Wine st the above Inn, which he is retailing at the lowed Prices for Money and Wheat;       as also an extensive Assortment of useful Gooads  ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 October 1819

The following are the extracts which we have copied from the London papers :--. Apprehensions begin to be entertained with respect to the duration of our good old King's life, in confequence of an alteration in his diet! and regimen. It is now io me lime ance 4he King met with an accident from (tumbling ovor a chair in his daily perambulations "through the five apartments. His Majefty'a left feg was much hurt, and he was confined for io me time before he recovered Ino nie of it* The only exercife the. King now takes is that of being wheeled about in One of Merlin's chairs. Ye ft er d ay about too merchants and ihip owners who are-immediately in the tra.de *o South America, met at the Crown and Vulture) tavern, in the city, and cnrne fio a refolutioo to petition both Hôufes of Parliament a gai rift the Bill brought io by the Attorney-General, for inn* laing punifhment on Britifh fubjecls who {hall give affiftsnceto the Patriots of the New World, in their efforts KO íhake off the horr...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

His HONOR the LIEUTINANT GOVERNOR has thought proper todireft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART 10JVN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, are to be confidered-as Official Communications made to thofe Perfons tto whom they may relate. ^V ft** ULI M ll«ltfMftlWft*h# (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR)/ H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Monday, October 18th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOT1CU. Secretary's Office; Hobart Town, Monday, Oßober 18th, l819. IN Confoquence of the Inclemency of the Weather, and the date of the Country, the Musters ordered this Week at Clarence Plains and Pitt Water are postponed. - The Mullara for Clarence Plain» and adjoin ¡ng Diitri&s will Uko Place on Thurfday the 28th Inftant* The Mußers at Pitt Water will take Place on Friday and Saturday the 5lh and ßth of November; and thoíe at the Coal River, 'Herdfmen'a Cove, and New Norfolk, on the Pays fpecifíed in former Gasettes and Orders. By Command of Hts Honor, H. E.. Robin ion, Secretary J COMMISSARIAT OFPICR, HOBARTTOWN, 2í$dOclober,lBlíK TENDERS for the Supply of PRIME BEEF or MUTTON to HisMajefty's Magazines at this Place and at Port Dalrymple will be re- ceived until the 2jtb of November next eníuing ; and no Notice will bebaken of any Tenders thai may be delivered after that Day. TheTondersfor pobirt.Tovvn to be foaled upend addrefled to, or left, with me ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS. Lieut. Beechey, who madelhe drawing dur* i»g the late attempt «o fail do I bo North Pole direft, is appointed tolho Heels, and Lieute- nant Hoppnertothé Griper, about to faiHo difcover a paflageto the Pacific Ocean, through Davis's Straits. The former Officer isjh* (on ¡of Sir W. Beechey, snd the littet oí *he lato irtift, Mr. Hoppner.. On the tsth ioftmt <Nov.) the, rémaina of Sir Samuel Romilly andhisLsrfy were interred in -»he family vault, at Knill, nea? Prafteigne. The mouraaers were his brother and nephew, with his brothers.in.law, Mr Whittaker and Mr. Dafis. The bearers were Lord Lanfdown, Mr. Brougham, Sir Harford Jones, , Mr. Frank« land Lewis, Mr. Richard Price, Mr. Whiíhaw, and Mr. Allen. The Rev. Jahn Grobb, vicar ¡of Wigmore, performed ihe funeul ceremony in a moft imprèffive manner. The late Sir SAMUII. ROMtLIT IS fúppofed to have annuslly netted from i6,oool. Co 17,000!. by bii profeflional exertions. Sir SAMUÍL ROMILLV'S law.library is fa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

DAVID WHITE intending to depart the   Colony in the Ship David Shaw, about   to sail for Port Jackson, requests that all Claims and Demands against him   may be immediately presented for Liq- uidation at Mr. Anson's, Bridge-street.   HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 23d, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 23d, 1819.   HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF having been pleased to sanction       an Authority to Mr. RICHARD WILLIAM FRYETT to act as an Auctioneer, or Ven- due Master, in Van Diemen's Land ; and Mr. Fryett having entered into sufficient   Securities for the due Discharge of the Du-       ties of that Office, as well as having taken   out the regular License, he is authorised       to act as such from the present Date. 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 — 23 October 1819

We have the unpleasant task of recording two melancholy accidents which followed each other on successive days during the last week       by which two fellow creatures have been bereaved of existence. On Wednesday afternoon, a young woman about 20 years of age, named Mary Sullivan, (born ot European parents at Norfolk Island) fell overboard from the sloop Governor Sorell, and although she was considered an expert swimmer, she was unhappily drowned. Imme- diately after falling from the vessel, an oar was thrown to her, to which she clung, but being eager to recover her cap, which had blown off she let go the oar, and it is conjectured her limbs got entangled in her clothes, for she instantly sunk, and was not seen after. On Thursday afternoon, a lad of 18 years of age, of the name ofThomas Quiney, belonging to the ship David Shaw, whilst in a boat making for the jetty at Hunter's Island, fell head-fore mast overboard, and was unfortunately drown...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, 23d OCT. 181U. >TOTIC£ is hereby given, that from and af * ter Saturday the 20th November the Sup- ply of Meat for His MnjeftyYMagazine* at thisi place will be required to he delivered Twice ají Week before 3 o'Clock on every lutjday and¡¡ Iridçiyt in tl>« Proportion, which will he Mated ina future Advertifement. G so. Hu L L, ALL Persons are hereby cautioned against cutting or carrying away Timber on my Farm, adjoining Mortimore and Sponsford's Farms near New Town, aa I am determined to   prosecute any Person found so offending after this public Notice, JOHN SAYER APTAIN JOADAIN, ¿Hue Ship DavAí ^ Shaw, hereby giros Notice of ^hat VeflelV airly Departure for Port Jack ion.-For Freight or PaiTago apply tothe Commander on board,1 or at the Refidenco of MrvT. W. BIRCH in Macquïrie.Îireet.-All Claima egainft «he (aid Commander or Ship, are requeued io be [immediately presented for Payment ; elfo hit ?Firft and Second Officers,, Mr. JOHN GRINS ¡DB...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 October 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-On Thursday sailed for Sydney, via Port Dalrymble, the   sloop Martha, Mr. Perkins, master. The David Shaw will, it is expected, sail for Port Jackson in the course         of the ensuing week.          

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 30th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 October 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.] Sfccretary's Office, Hobart Town,] Saturday, OaobcrSOth, iaij>. THE Licenfes fur Occupation of Grazing Ground, for the Year commencing §cp* Ufmbtr 29th, 1810, will be delivered »t this! Office on Saturday, November 13lb, during Office Hours« - j AU fuctt Perfoni ts hive feat in their oki Li.] Cenfei, and applied for new ones, aro ex peeled to attend on that Day ; and allTuch as neglecl todo] io, and thofe who {hall omit fending in their old Licenfes (with Applications for Renewal where required) in Time to allow others to be pre- pared, will be confidered as giving up chair Claim to a Preference, and the Grazing Run« will be appropriated to new. Applicants. ' By Command of His Honor ! Tho Lieutenant Governor, ! H. K» Robin fon, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE* HOBART TOWN, 30th O «ober, 1819. HAVING, on my taking Charge of tha'Com milTariat Duties of Van Dieman's Land, been furoilhed by my PradeceiTor with an Ac( count of, and Securities for, Debts due t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 October 1819

Hi» HONOR (he LI.UT^ANT GOVBRKOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communication» which may appeal-m rite HOBART 10WHY GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Ofto»l Stgnature, are to b* confidered as Officwl Comimmicitions made lo thofe Perfons to whom they may relaie. »int».«.Amfirv. (By COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H. E. ROBINSON, Stcreterv*

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