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

The St. Michael brings us the following in-   telligence:     A very dreadful scourge of Cholera Morbus   had raged throughout the British possessions in India; of which we shall endeavour to give some correct particulars in our next. While His Majesty's brig the Kangaroo lay at Acheen, the legal Sovereigh was deposed, and an Usurper placed on the throne, who is the son of a wealthy Malay merchant at Prince of Wales Island. Since that period the British Government in India sent Sir THOMAS RAV- VLES to inquire into the sate of that country. The result was, that the Usurper was ordered to quit the coast in three months, with which mandate he complied, and has left the throne, and now resides at Pader, no great distance from Acheen. The legal Sovereign received from the Honourable the East India Company a loan of 5000 rupees to enable him to establish his authority and maintain his rights. The day the St. Michael sailed from Acheen, he was to have...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 November 1819

BRITISH INTELLIGENCE. The Americans are fitting out, for the iuft time, an expedition round the world. The ,,congi*eit frigate-, Capt. Henley, has been feleét-j ed for the purpofe ; and, by'the laft advices, trat lying at Norfolk, nearly ready for fea. She takes out with her from ao to 30 Midihipmen, and is oxpeíled co be abfent about two years. On Saturday the Aftive' frigate, Capt, Sir Jat. Alex. Gordon, K.C.B. was moved out of Portfmouth harbourragainil «vind and tide, by means of an invention for impelling fh'tpt in a calm, with two paddle wheels, which are fixed onafpindie, oraxle.tree, projecting from the íhip's fide, immediately under the main deck, andjuft before the gangway. The Aftiveftart ed from the upper part of the harbour about firft quarter flood, and «fecceeded in getting ?bread of the Platform, againft an increailng contrary tide, running about two and a half knott, in a narrow channel, and a light breeze of contrary wind, when the fhip freihen i rig, and it being ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Thursday, 7th October, l819. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Sydnty,] Thuríday, ?th Oófobcr, l810. CIVIL DRPARTMENT. THE COMMISSION of ENQUIRY into the Affairs of this Colony, y/hich His Royal Highnefs the PRINCE REGENT lias beenpleafcd to direct to JOHN THO- MAS BIGGE, Efquire ; and the Appoint- aient of THOMAS HOBBES SCOTT, Efq. as Secretary to the Honorable Commiffi oner, with a Power of Subftitution in-Cafc of Accident-»to bim, having been this Day duly opened and read at Government Houfe ;-And the HONORABLE COM- MISSIONER and his SECRETARY having duly taken and fubferibed the Oaths of Qualification and Office refpeitively j«* His EXCELLBNCY the GOVERNOR has been; and is hereby plea fed to order and direcr, that the CommiíGon ihmild "be pub lifted for the more full and general informa« tion of the Inhabitants of the Colony and its Dependencies :-»And His EXCELLENCY hereby further orders andvdirccls, that all Perfonsholding Official Situations* whether Civil or Military, ào promptly furnifh to th...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

-^s-;-5--y;-"^ K,0 «uft,.0ht nrnnw tn dire¿t. that all Public ComnmnicaHoiu which may appear in the VEZ} umM*£*r^*T^*^& Ä Ah »?» Office %".««,.« «. bo eonfidered as 0*»1 Conmunications made lo thoic Ferions to whom they may relate. . p "»,"«,». Secrttarv» (BY COMMAND OP HIS HONOR), H. E..KOBINSOPT, aicraary»

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart, Town, Friday, November 19th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDEBS. Government Houfe, Hobart, Town, Friday, November 19th, 18)9. T^HB General Muíler of too Settlements on ,ihe Derwent being concluded, the Lieu» TiNANT GovBRHoa ij happy to exprefs the Gratification which he his received from hh perional Infpcction io the fevcral Diftricli, in all Points connected with ino Welfare and Ad« vancement of the Colony. The improved and improving Slate of Me Country and of Agriculture, (the many New [Dwellings both in Hobest Town sod ici the Dif. ¡trios, and the Fences io fe ver si Places, which hive been eja&ed during the left Year, have been highly pleating io His Hotioi| sa the fureft Marka of lnduftry and Improvement, The LuuTtNANT CoviRttoA frit the greatuft Satisiaclion io ohlcrving the demand healthy Appearance, and the fobei and older, ly Demeanour, of the Crown Prifônei» goner» ally, as well ihgfo io the immediate Employ* ment of Government »a i» sfligned Service, throughoat ijie Settlement ; and in receiving the fa...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

U'GEOÄ6E THI THIRD, by ihe Grace^ «" of God, of i he United Kingdom o/^ .' Great Briiainf and Ireiand% King «« Defender of ihe faith, ! «« To öii R trufty and well-beloved JOHN " THOMAS BIGGA, Efguire, «GRJEETJAG, " tI7HER£AS *Vg hâva judged it expedí V f ", eat tocauïe »n Enquiry to bo made «Unto the prêtent State of the Settlements in « Our Territory or New South Wales and its. ** Dependeftciei, and of the Laws, Reguhficns, *'.. ana Uf&ge», Civil, Military, and Eccleiiafti 41 cal, prevailing therein ;% .' Now tfMOW YOU, that We, having eipe. <. cial Truft and Confidence in your approved *» Witöom and Fidelity, havo aitigacri, nomi 49 nated, and appointed, and rio. by theie Pre-' «' fenti, afiign, nominate, and appoint you, the «Maid JOH »THOM At Bicca, lo te Our Cotn *. »iffioner to repair to Our ia id Settlements V in Our iaid Territory in îjrw South Wales, u -And by thefe Prefenta do gtve you tun .« Power and Authority to examine into all 41 the La*«, Regulati...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Nov. 19th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

GOVEkti «MENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Nov.' IStft, 18)y. A LL Proprietors and Occupiers of Landj A adjoining the Road formed by Gov«»»i men I from Hobart Town to AulWs Ferry, W8 à'ïmd to t>ke Notice, that Foot-p»trT#, twely» Feet in Width, »re- to b« left along the Rood on each Side. Thofe Perfont,therefore, who propofoto fence in Lind fo fitus ted a re not to carry their Li»)« of Fence nearer to tha Road than twelve Feet. By Command of H «a Honor, H. E. Robinfon, Secretary*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

HOBART TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate--Thomas Bell, Esq; SHIP NEWS.-On Saturday evening last arrived with mer-   chandize, the ship Bombay,   Captain Young from Calcutta ,   which place she left on the day the St Michael   sailed ; of course she brings no intelligence but   what we are in possession of from that vessel. - Passenger, Mrs. Jones, widow of the late Cap- tain Jones, of the Bridgewater. Remain in harbour, the ships Bombay and St.   Michael, and the brigs Robert Quayle & Sophia.     We copy the following from a Sydney paper of October 9, which we have received by the arrival at Port Dalrymple of His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold :-   "In consequence of the Government and General Orders issued on Saturday last, notify- ing that the Commission of Enquiry which HIS     ROYAL HIGHNESS the PRINCE REGENT has been pleased...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

We have Juft been informed, that a pert of the property flolen from Mr. Commiflary! HULL'S reiidence on Tuefday night was found on the hills near the town this morning; andi a prifoner named Johnfen, and a man of the name of Eadefon, have been committed to gaol, having been identified ar,tha pprfoni who were feto emptying tea from the cheit into a bag. The ched was found with Mr. Hull's name upon it ; and no doubt is entertained hut that thefó men committed the robbery that has been attributed to she men who were in charge of a loaded government boat on the night in queftion» On Wednefday lair; an In que ft was held at the Magiftrates' Court Houfe on the body of Margaret Williams, wife of Charles Williams, file-cutter io EUzabeth-ftreet, who terminated her exiftance hy hanging narielf on Monday afternoon. From the evidence before the Coroner, it appeared (hat the de ce »fed had on the afternoon above named fent a man for a bottle offpirits, and gave to him fome of it; he then left h...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

From Captain Leslie, of the brig Robert   Quayle, we have been kindly favored with more London papers;- from which we ob- serve by those of the 30th June an account of a Bill being brought- into the House of Commons by His Majesty's Under Secre- tary of State for the Colonial Department, in which among other enactments the en couragement to distillation within these Colonies appears; and which also provides     for vessels of smaller tonnage, than those which under the existing laws are permit» ted to pass the Cape of Good Hope, being authorised to trade to New South Wales. These provisions formed a leading object: of the memorial which appeared in the Sydney Gazette some time ago; and which His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF received from the principal inhab- itants and Merchants of Sydney, for trans- mission to Government.- They are of the highest import to the interests of these Co- lonies, and evince in the utmost degree the protecting ca...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 November 1819

ADVERTISEMENTS. CAPTAIN GEORGE YOUNG, of the Ship Bombay, intending to quit this Port in the course of the ensuing week for Port Jackson, requests all Claims against himself, or his   First and Second Officers, Mr. William Foster and Mr. Duncan Cunningham, may be   presented for Payment on or before the 34th   Instant; and forbids Credit to the Crew of said Ship, as no Debts contracted by any such will be paid by him.     CAPTAIN LESLIE, of the Brig Robert Quayle, hereby gives Notice of that Vessel's early Departure for Port Jackson; and requests all Claimsa gainst him may be presented. - Also, his First, Second, and Third Officers, Mr. James Carr, Mr. William Towser, and Mr. Andrew Afleck. For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander on board; or to Mr.   T. W. BIRCH, Macquarie-street.   The Public are cautioned not to credit   the Crew of the above Vessel, as no Debts of their ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 27th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office Hobart Town, Saturday,.November 27th, 1819- ^ ' HIS ËxcEiLENct the GOVERNOR, io CHI BP having been pleafed to notify Coi tite LIEUTBNAMT GOVERNOR an Arrange- aient propoíed for the Improvement oî the¡ Wool in Van Dieraen's Land, by tho impprt of. Marino Ram, Lambs, which have been ten- dered to the Difpofal of Government by JOHN M'A RT HU a, Efq. of Port Jackton ;, all Pro prietpra of Sheep in this Dependency who have not jet obtained, and may de fire, Information on this important and intorefting Su bj ed, aro, requefted to apply perfonally, or by Letter,! SO the LIBUTIKAKT GovaRNoa's Secretary, ßy Command of His Honor, H. E. Robmfoh. Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

~J*-7;-"" ' i,*c ikniiirht nmner to dire6l, that all Public Communications which may appear in ti\e "Ar ÜÜ'Z^S^VmU^ffi^ «f-W. any Official Signature, are ,0 be confier«, as OMI Communications made tothofe Perfons to whom they way itUle. _ " " K,nM_ ctfretarv. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HOWOH), H.K ROBINSON, bteretary»

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

N'OTICE.-All Perfons who ftand indebted to the Eftate of the late WILLIAM TOWNSHSHD JON is, deceafed, are hereby called upon to fettle their refpeetive Accounts previous to the nerft Sittings of the Lieutenant Governor's Court. ^ W, JBMOTT, Agent, MOMAS STONE refpectlully informs tun Inhabitants of Hobart Town, that on Mon« day the 6th December he intends opening a SCHOOL for the Education of Young Gen- tlemen, at his Cottage on Hofpital HilJ,--The Terms moderate ; and hi hopes by unremitting Attention to Pupils cntrufled to his Care to merit Countenance and Support. V. TOLEN, from the Houfe of Mr. HoGA«r0 .^ in Macquarie«ftreer, on Monday evening Iaft, 4 Morning Gowns, 4 Children's work'd Frocks, 4 Pair of Trowfers, a india Muflin Drefs, 1 Petticoat, and various other articles. Whoever will give fuch Information as mai! lead to ihe Difcovery of the Depredators mall receive Five Pounds Reward ; and to any one who may be the means of the faid Property be« ing recovered, the fame Rewa...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

HOBART TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS - Sailed opn Saturday evening last for Port Jackson,     the ship St. Michael, Captain Dillon; and, on Sunday, for     same port, the brig Robert Quayle,       Captain Leslie. His Majesty'a brig Prince Leopold, which lately put into Port Dalrymple on her way from Sydney to this place, sailed from thence on Saturday last; and may be hourly expected in the harbour.   The ship Bombay, Captain Young, will sail to-morrow for Port Jackson.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

CAPTAIN GEORGE YOUNG, of the Ship Bombay, intending to sail for Port Jack- son, requests all Claims against himself,   or his First and Second Officers, Mr. Wil- liam Foster and Mr. Duncan Cunning-   ham, may be presented for Payment. ANDREW STEWART being about to pro- ceed to Port Jackson, requests all Claims to be presented for Payment.   WILLIAM BRADLEY intending to leave the Colony by an early Opportunity,   requests all Claims to be presented.  

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

BRITISH EXTRACTS. POLAR ExpaoiTioN.^Tbe new expedí« 'lion-io the arctic regions is undertaken for the purpoíoof fatisfyieg the world whether ¿ho aflertions ol Captain H off, or of the officer who hu publiíbed his narrative in the journal of voyages and travels, are beft founded, The former aflerti, that Whale Sound and Lancaf» ter Sound were c lo fed by land ; while the ether aiïerts, that n0 land waa viable to him, and thattkofe founds are open channels* or* n$ le aft, werp not proved to be cloffd* Dota or KBHT.-To Ahefotiifactibnlrhichj his Roy si High ned mu ft enjoy at having hisi Boyal Infant bom in England,.mud be jddodJ that of its being- borff on the* Hirth day of our. revered Sovereign. The 24th of" May, 'theji day on which the Duke 6f Kent's child vras¡] foorn, is QÜuatíy «he birth day of -4he King*'« which was transferred to -the 4th June, from She change that téok place from old to new fiiyle. The Duchéis continues 4o fuckla thejl Infant, which thrives mort favourably. !...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 November 1819

Thomas Hewit, who was fully committed for trial before a Criminal Court at Sydney it a late Bench of Magistrates, on a charge of an unnatural offence, has been sent up in the brig Robert Quayle.       Several prifoners who arrived io the Sr. Michael from India, were, with the exception «f two who remaioedTick,fent by that vefi'el \ti Sydney, from which plsce they hsd efciped. . Agreeably to our promife in a former paper, we now give fome particulars of the ravages committed by that dreadful malady the Cholera Morbus, in feveral ¿>f the Britiih poffefSon io indu» At Rangoon the Cholera Morbus f.rft began to fpread us ravages in Daccm-j ber or January lait. Aâ the Marchionefs of! Welieiley from Calcutta was then at Pegue,1 and had fome of,her cre,w labouring under the epidemic» the Bumahs looked upon the difeafe «a imported on her, and itckoocd it highly con* tagious. It did not fpread, however, veryi livide!? until Maret* .»<! Apri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 December 1819

wTr~tTnKn» fhp rinty^NAffT GOVBRWOR has thought' proper lo dirett, that all PubUc Cbramunicrtiious which «aftappeHrjn the MB ART TOWN S23ST* ^ l*Ä ¿TM. figoed-with any official Signare, are to be counted as Cecial Cömtmmictttions made lo thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. \. . % X wr r, «_L.. C.^.^1,. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H. E. ROBINSON, bccpttory*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 27th, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 December 1819

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,     Saturday, November 27th, 1819. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF having been pleased to notify to     the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR an Arrange-         ment proposed for the Improvement of the Wool in Van Diemen's Land, by the import of Merino Ram Lambs, which have been ten- dered to the Disposal of Government by JOHN McARTHUR, Esq. of Port Jackson; all Pro- prietors of Sheep in this Dependency who have not yet obtained, and may desire, Information on this important and interesting Subject, are requested to apply personally, or by Letter, to the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S Secretary.   By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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