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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 October 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiftratc-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.Ai 1 . The extraordinary and almoft unpsralleled ftate of the weather has obftruûed the comple« 'tionofthe mufters, tho country having bee« tauch flooded, and the rivers rendered impafla« jbta_Snch a coutte of weather in the month ©£ 'Oaober has hardly ever been know« 5 in the ¡early part oi the week, Mount Wellington, as lowasitcouldhefeen from the town, having been covered with fnow, snd the Thermometer i The Sindbad fchöoner arrived at Port Dal« ryrople on the aoth inft. ¡n ten days from Syd. Inoy. "* She brings accounts of the arrival of the john Bsrry from England, with male prifopers, having on hoard His Majeftj's Commiffiontr to New South Wales, and his Secretary. That fhip,and the Lord Wellington with female |pri(oners. bad failed before the David Skew. I Tburfdav night, the farm-hoafe of T. O'Bri- en, near Humphrey's River, was entered and robbed of a coafiderable quantity of linen, with 'whichthe family had been entfufted...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 October 1819

ON SALE, at Mr. Fryett's in Bathurst- street, for ready money only, the fol- lowing articles:—Gin, rum, claret,       vinegar, clothing of all kinds, iron- mongery, stationary, hosiery, shoes,     ribbands, jackonett, cambric muslin, English prints, pitch and whitening,   bar and bolt iron, green, black, and white paints, linceed (boiled) and fish   oils, paint and shoe brushes, tea, sugar,   soap, and various other articles. A House to Let in Davey-street, on         very moderate terms. J. DERRAGH leaving the Colony in the David Shaw, Claims to be presented. HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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

' From recent European publications we copy the following articles : iNTiaasTiNG AKICOOTI or AYOUHC CAVALRY OFFICSR IN INI-IA.-There waa in Sir Eyre Coote's body guard in India, a young csvslry officer diftinguifhed for military addrefs* on ordinary fervice always foremoft to the verge of prudence, but never beyond 'it; of phviictl ftreegth, fcldom equalled ; on foot, a figure for a fculptor ; when mounted .* " He grew into his feat, ?« And to fuch wondrous doing brought bia horfo - " As he had been tncorpfed and demï»oaturèd " With the brave beafiV In common with tho reft of %he army this |0fficer had fmiled se lha recital of the Myfore officers' sbfurd chsllenges ; but while recon. noitring on ihe flank of Ihe column of march* ono. of them was personally addrefled lo him (elf by a horftman, who, from dfefii and ap- pearance, leçmed to be 6f fome diftinaion. He exceptad the invitation, and the requifite precautions were immediately acceded foi They fought; and he flow his *n tagon ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 October 1819

JUST Printed, by Order of the Deputy Judge1 Adyocate, and -will be publifhed on Monday J text, the 1 ft of November, the Huies and Or- ders of-the Lieutenant Governor's Court of Van Diemen'« Land, with a Table of Fees.-( This Publication will he foand vary ufo ful to! every Perfon refiding in Van D¡eracn'a Land! Price is» 6d._ W BOSTON. M. D. Surgeon and Man-« I * midwife, refpeftfully informs the Pub. i lie, that he has removed from Murray-AVeet to , convenient Apartmen s at J. Tamplin'« Build- ings in Argyle-ftreet ; where he will practice' on his own account, having difcontinued his1 afliftant Partner; and thofe who have had Mc dicines and Attendance will pay only to him felf. . Mr." BOSTON will give every Attention lo Patienta who may confult -him ; and will be happy to receive a few young Gentlemen who wifh to be in (tru&ed in the French, Latin, and G;eek Language*, or other Branches of Edu- cation. ALL Perlon» are cautioned trom grazing Stock ortaking away Timber from ...

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

FINANCIAL Cour A RisoNs^Therevenues c «fine poft-offico in 1815 were alone eqaal \à v the whole revenues of the kingdom et^hev reftorition in 4662. The revenues of excifen in 1815, were 27,206,000; which is more than ti fix limes the'whole of the revenue previous ton 8he (even years war, and lo three times our re-a Tenue in 177*5, only forty.taro years agoî t The whole revenue in 18t« was fixty-mil liötsi, which is more than twelve times what our revenues were, previous 1o tha fevcn years'] war,thlt is, in 1754; and about 'thirty'times v what they were at the^iime f^ing William]« founded the Bank of England, arte began 1hc p national debt* ~ f ' AKBCDOTB op HANDEL.-Handel hade received a prêtent of a dozen of excellent cham-'t paigo; the quantity «vas too (mall to prefientja feefort his friends, he therefore rcferved the h delicious nectar for a' private ftp. Some time'e after, a party of friends were dining with him ; ti he longed for a glafs of his champaign ;~ bulb could not thin...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

LIST of Perfons who are to fupply His Majefty's Magazine At Hobart Town with   Frelh Meat before 3 o'Clock ia the Afternoon of the Days he*ein«mentioned, as alluded to in .the laft week's Gazette. lbs. ¡Nov, ia-A*. W. H.Humphrey, Efq« 3J00 1 William Davis . . . sooj 23-Mr. R. W, Frye« . . 3000 ,6-T. W. Birch, Eíq¿ .. . 4°°° 30-Ditto .. . . S000 DeCt 3-.Ditto . Jl0° Mr. William Rayner . . 75° Mr. George Rayner . «75° Mr. J.B. M'Culien . * . iooo 7-Ann Lucas . «500 Richard Lucas . . 500 Mr. T.R. Crowder . « Soo James Shirley , . . . 7S° Thomas Riley 1 \ ? . 75° io-James M'Cauley , . 5°o Thomas "Fowles * . Soo Mark Carter, . « . j>oo George Kearly . ? . %oo Catherine Chipman . . 75° William Cooper . ». 5°° Thomas Williams . " » S00 i^u-Francis Flaxmore, fen. * 500 Francis Flaxmore, jua, . 250 Edward Fiiher ... «75° David Wakefield . .3 5° . Hugh Germaine . . *Ç° Edward Well wood . . 250 Mr. Richard Barker ? . 1000 j;-Mr. P. G. Hogan . . t$°o Jofeph Johnfon , « aooo " Mr...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

We nivelo record another mott melancholy ' cife of drowning, which occurred in our river this morning, A boat, conveying meat, the property of Ed« wird Lord, Efq. for fupply of His Majefty'a fiore, having io her five men, fuddenly upfetorT Hangta's point about io o'clock, though tb* weather was fine and calm. Of the (ive men, three with difficulty made the (hore. The two others, Wm, Dawfon, Ute belonging to the pi. lot'a boattand R» Mooney, intheernpioyof Mr. Lord, were unhappily drowned. Th«a accident is rendered the moro melancholy from the cir« cumftance of the man Dawfon, with the itore butchers and others, having been io imminent danger with the fame meat ita a larger boat the preceoding day. Being off Long Reach about noon,) a fadden and moft tremendous (quail Came on, Utting (everal minutes, during which, the boat filled« and was fever*I ¿¡mea nearly fwamped ; and ¡t was wholly attributed to the, extraordinary exertions aedmtoagementof the doceafed, Dawfon, that the people we...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS. TsiR LATB QuklNOr vViSITÄMBBeC» Some ¡nterefting partiaulars are related rofpecl. ing the death of this young and beautiful JPriacefs :- She had a full eruption on the skin, when ihey brought her word, that a fire lud buril out in the apartments of her children. She darted, halt dretted, from her bed, and ran towards them. It was a fclfe alarm, or at lea ft the ftie w « already extinguished ; bul the fatal blow was given ; the mo»iles were (truck in, and in a few hours Tuffbcated the auguft in- valid. The King was apprifed of it; he was ¡n the b nth ; he »en Sod found his wife dying and fpeechlefs. She- ftrrtched out her hand tor bim, «nd expired by his fide. It was imponi- ble for 13 hours, to prevail upon the King to let go the cold hand of his uofortunate contort, and to leavejthc funeral chamber* It was not till the following night, thst worn down byr the double weight of grief and involuntary drowfinefa, they (ucceeded in carrying him to bis feperat« apartment...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.—On Thursday, the David Shaw, Captain Jordain, which lately   arrived with merchandize from Eng-   land, sailed for Port Jackson ; to which place some of her passengers have pro-            ceeded ; others remain here.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

LETTERS lying at the Post Office for de-       livery:--John Hall, Mrs. Munroe, John   Pobjoy or Tobjoy, and John Northall. HOBART TOWN; PRINTED BY A. BENT.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

r=-TÍ-H-?-" r-^trBownn has thought proper lo direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the, *SoSlr WWNTAZETTS, ZSOUTHEBNTEP^RTER, figned with an, Official Signature, are «o be cônf.dereLs Official Communications made lo thoie Perfons to whom ihey may relate. _ . . .c",,#«,,v. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H, E. ROBINSON, Secretary*

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, October 30th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, Oâober SOth, 1819 THE Liceiiíes for Occupation of Grazing Ground, for the Ye»r commencing Sep-i lamber 29th. 1819, ^vill be delivered at this Office on Saturday, November 13tbv during Office Hours. AH fuch Perfons ai have fent in their old Li* ceníes, and applied for new Ones, are ex petted to attend on that Da} ; and all fuch as n eg lett tpdo fo.aod thofe who (hall omit fending inj their old Licenfes (with Applications for Re-] aewal where required) in Time to allow others to be prepared, will be confidered as giving up their Claim to a Preference, and the Grazing Runs will be appropriated to new Applicants. WILLIAM GENDERS, Constable of Hobart Town, is appointed an Oversccr of the   Gaol Gang, vice Thomas Fogarty, deceased.   By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 30th O&ober, «819* HA VIN G, on my taking Charge of the Com mi (Tar ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 November 1819

The new brick and ftone bridge which has been built by Government over the town rivu- let in Argylé-ftreet, has been opened for car- riages and paffengers,-This work, which con tributes equally to the appearance and conveni- ence of the town, has been one of great labor, owing to the rains and floods which have occur- red fince its commencement. The body of Thomas Quiney, fea.faring lad belonging to the fhip David Shaw, who, as we ftated in our paper of the 23d ult. had fallen overboard from a boat in the Cove and was un- happily drowned, came afhose near Macquarie Point on Monday, and was interred on Tuef- day. The Captain and Officera followed the body to the grave.   On Wednefday the mufter of the diftrict of   Clarence Plains took place, and on Thurfday His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR proceeded to Pitt Water to hold the mufter in that diftrict.   A vulgar error generally prevails, fays a Córrefpondent, " that the laws of England al- low t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

ft.o Hn.ni ih» i "".".iir GOVBKMOR has thought iirdper lo ílirea, Hut all Public Communications which may appearing« HOBART lim GAZETTE,'¿¡SOUTHERN %EPORTEB, figtrcd with any Official Signatur,, »re lo be confid.red as Offiem! Communications »ade lo thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. __"__"____% » .,"."".. c.n.:"r": (By COMM AN o OP HIS HONOR), _IÍ. E. ROB iff gow, Semtfgfr

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

HOBART TOWN. Sitting magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood M>A> SHIP News.-On Tuesday last arrived the ship St Michael Captain Dillon, from Calcutta,     with a choice and valuable in-   vestment of merchandise. She left Calcutta the 8th July last; and on her way to this port     she touched at Prince of Wales Island and   Acheen; from the latter place she was only 42   days in making this port,, being the shortest passage ever made to this Territory. On Thursday evening arrived the brig Ro- bert Quayle, Cap-tain Leslie, from England in 4 months, with a general cargo of Britishh mer- chandise.-Supercargo, Mr. Kermode. Remain in harbour, the ship St, Michael ;   the brigs Robert Quayle and Sophia ; and the sloop Governor Sorell.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

LIST of Persons who are to supply His   Majesty's Magazine at Hobart Town with       Fresh Meat before 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon of the Days herein mentioned, as alluded to in the last week's Gazette. ..... lbs. Nov. 29 - A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq. 3500 William Davis ..... 500   23 - Mr. R. W. Fryett ..... 3000 26 - T. W. Birch, Esq. ..... 4000 30 - Ditto ..... 3000 Dec. 3 - Ditto ..... 1500   Mr. William Rayner ..... 750   Mr. George Rayner ..... 750   Mr. J. B. M'Cullen ..... 2000     7 - Ann Lucas ..... 500 Richard Lucas ..... 500   Mr. T. R. Crowder ..... 500   James Shirley ..... 750   Thomas Riley ..... 750   20 - James M'Cauley ..... 500 Thomas Fowles ..... 500         Mark Carter ..... 500   George Kearly ..... 500   &...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Nov. 13th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Nov. 13th, 1819. ALL Proprietors and Occupiers of Land   adjoining the Road formed by Govern- ment from Hobart Town to Austin's Ferry, are desîred to take Notice, that Foot-paths, twelve Feet in Width, are to be left along the Road on each Side. Those Persons, therefore, who propose to, fence in Land so situated are not to carry their Line of Fence nearer to the Road than twelve Feet By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

CAPTAIN DILLON of the Ship St. Michael, hereby gives Notice of that Vessel's early Departure for Port Jackson's and requests all Claims against him, or his First Officer, Mr. Henry Marsh, may be presented for Payment.   NOTICE. -I hereby authorize all those who have contracted Debts with me,   in Mr. LOANB'S Warehouse, subsequent to the 17th Nov. 1818, to pay the amount of their respective Accounts to Mr. Loane.   Nov. 13, 1819. HENRY HEYWOOD. CAPTAIN DILLON informs his Friends and       the Public, that he will expose for Sale on   Monday next, at Mr. BIRCH'S, the following valuable Investment, consisting of India and British Goods. - Calico for sheeting, Muslins, Cambrics, Lawn, Lace, Ladies' fashionable   London-made Bonnets of every description,     Ladies' Shoes, superfine Broad Black Cloth, Gentlemens' Hessian and Jockey Boots, Teas,   ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

On Friday and Saturday, the 5th and 6th instant, the General Muster of Pitt Water, &c. took place under the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S inspection. On Monday His HONOR   returned to town. The luxuriance of the crops of grain in that beautiful and fertile district can scarcely be surpassed. They are clean and free from all   mixture to a degree before unknown, and evince the industry with which the land in most parts has been cultivated, and the improvement in agriculture, which is gradually pervading these Settlements. On Thursday the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR left town to hold the Musters at New Norfolk     and Herdsman's Cove.     There is now on the farm of Mr. John Fawkner, sen. in the district of Glenorchy, several     acres of fine wheat in full bloom; which, should the weather prove favorable, will be the earliest crop ever known to have been cut down in this Colony. Last Saturday evening, the bodies of the two unfortunate men, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

The contents of most of the newspapers   brought by the Robert Quayle have been anticipated by the recent arrival here of the David Shaw, the period being very short between the Quayle's departure from   England and that vessel. During the absence of the family yesterday         afternoon at the funeral of Mr. Anson (whose death is mentioned in this paper), a woman named Elizabeth Bannister, who was left in charge of the premises, taking the advantage of   the mournful occasion, along with three other confederates in iniquity, robbed the house of sundry articles of wearing apparel, and a   quantity of wine and spirits, which they     conveyed off to a house in the neighbourhood. Bannister and her companions are lodged in prison.  

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