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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 17 September 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. A new coinage, suited and expressly intended for the several British Colonies, is about to be sent out to the different Commissaries in each, for circulation. We believe a supply may be expected in this Colony soon, and others will con- tinue to follow, until a sufficiency has arrived. The Commissaries are instructed to receive sums, of not less than £103 in colonial coin, in exchange for treasury bills of £100 sterling, that is to say, upon payment of a premium of 3 per cent. The despatch from the Treasury Cham- bers directs, that, in the event of there not being sufficient British silver in the chest, the troops shall be paid in Spanish dollars at 52d. each, which is the nearest value as compared to British standard sil- ver, at 5s. 2d. an ounce ; and other coins are to be issued at a proportionate rate with reference to their actual contents in pure silver. Copper money will accom- pany the British silver, but will be issued only in fractions less...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

HOBART TOrVtf'. h PRINT'BD BY ROSS AND HO^*' J¡ ' '. Government Printers* h

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

To the Editor. Sur,-Your contemporary tiri* week is1 entirely filled with the Editor's accus- tomed vituperations against person» in office. It suits that individual's purpose t to select, as the object of hi» last attack, . the^ respected Master of . the Supreme j Court, and the Solicitor General. The ' former is charged with gross corruption ' in his public office, in having been bribed to allow greater fees in a particular bill of costs than are customary. 1 say bribed! j because either the insinuations respecting his situation as Counsel in the case, his 'friendship for, the Centaur plaintiff, and j his retaining a charge of fees to himself amount to this, or to nothing. Startle not, Reader, at the appalling nature of such an accusation'.' In another country few are lhere who would not shudder at its fearful extent ; but in this land of libels, a constant repetition of similarly disgraceful charges has deadened us even to surprize. The hardened foot of the African treads with un...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

|L To the Editor. , Sir*-î beg leave, through the medium of your Paper, to reply to a malicious .statement of the Ex-Gazette, imputing , partiality to the Colonial Treasurer in the , discharge of his duty as a Magistrate.- j , The facts are these :- Hugh Green was brought before Mr. Thomas, charged with being drunk and disorderly ; also with abusing Charles Olsen, and calling bim an informer. Olsen appeared and proved the charges. The Magistrale commenied, in severe terms, on the pri 1 soner making use of the term " informer," marking a man as a fit object for assassi- nation, and orJered Green to the third class of the Prisoners' Barracks. After some time two other men, Jackson and Edwards, were brought up, charged with being drunk and disorderly. They pleaded guilty to the charge, and were ordered to I be returned to the Public Works, on the grounds of their master not having re- ported their absence. At Mr. Bent's ear- nest solicitation, however, they were afterwards returned to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

COURT OF REQUESTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Court will be held as follows :-   At Hobart Town. On .Thursday the 3d Day of Novem- ber next, for the Trial of Causes, the De- fendants in which may reside within Argyle, Kingborough, Queenborough, Glenarchy, Clarence Plains, York, Forbes, or Pitt.- Plaints may be filed, and Sum- monses obtained, at my Office in Hobart Town, until Thursday the 13th day of October next inclusive. At the Coal River,   OnThursday the 10th day of November next, for the Trial of Causes, the Defen- dants in which may reside within Har- rington, Caledon, Cambridge, Ulva, Staffa Ormaig, Drummond, Sussex, Gloucester, Jarvis, Oyster Bay, or Maria Island.--Plaints may be filed, and Sum- monses obtained, at the House or Office of the Chief District Constable at the Coal River, until Thursday the 20th Day of October next inclusive. At New Norfolk,   On Wednesday, the l6th Day of No- vember next, for the Trial of Causes, ...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

£3£S£3£!^£!rÄffM j SATthiDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1825. j _ ] Assize of Êrèàd fir the ensuing Week I The.Loaf of Two Pounds-9id- ] Wheat from 2Ôs. to.âls. à bushel; othei v Provisioni-as before. "~* . *-*"£ ~ mmm^^ . - > t - -i. S^in^Jl£agisiràte,f&r the ensuing,Week, W. H. Hamilton, Esq.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, September 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER.   Government House, Hobart Town,     September 22, 1825.         THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has         been pleased to appoint THOMAS     DAUNT LORD, Esquire, to be COM- mandant of Maria Island, vice Lieutenant PETER MURDOCH, h. p. 35th Regiment, who resigns. The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS   SMITH to act as Assistant to the Naval Officer at Hobart Town, until the Plea- sure of the GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEF is known, vice T. D. Lord, who resigns. Appointments dated the 26th of Au- gust, 1825.   By His Honor's Command,   JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.     COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Sept, 16, 1825. FRESH MEAT to be received during the Quarter ending 24th December, 1825 :— HOBART TOWN. Sept. 30. J. & J. Solomons . . 8000, at 3 7/8d. Oct. 7. Champion &...

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MI[?]ELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. War Office, April 15.- 3d Regiment   of Foot, Lieut. S. Wright, to be Captain ; Ensigns R. N. Everard, B. H. Burchell, R. M'Nabb, to be Lieutenants ; Ensigns D. Stewart from half pay, M. Barr, from 29th regiment, L. Desborough, H. D.   Lacey, Gents, and J. Gordon, vice Pigott, promoted to the 26th, to be Ensigns. 40th Regiment, Lieut. J. Butler to be Captain; Ensigns G. Moore, J. Curtin, and Lieut. F. W. Lewis, from 1st W.I. Regiment, to be Lieutenants; Ensign T. Miller, from half pay, L. Bulkley, S. Nicholls, and H. T. Lewis, Gents, vice Williams, promoted to be Lieutenant in   the 57th Regiment, to be Ensigns. _ Mr. Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd, has produced a new poem called Queen Hynde. We were never very intimate with this wri- ter's works, and, from the specimen before us, we have little inclination to improve the acquaintance. It is on a plan similar to Anster Fair, but of far inferior merit, and relates th...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. —   ARRIVED,                   Sept. 20th.—The schooner Waterloo, from Launceston; with forage for Government. SAILED Sept. 18.—The ship Denmark Hill, Capt. Foreman, for Sydney, with part of her ori- ginal cargo, and sundries from this Port; Passengers—Mrs. Foreman, and female ser- vant, Mr. John Grant, for the benefit of his health, Mr. G. O, Bennett, Mr. Woodcock, Mr. A. Hervel, and 3 others.   Same day, The cutter Amelia, Capt. Hiller;   with a general cargo, for Launceston.   The Security is expected to sail for Sydney to-morrow.             STATE OF THE WEATHER       'FROM 12th To 19TH SEPT. 1825. Wind. Result. Thermometer \ Barometer j5l | IV in | io lu* ti- I«y;:\ M. 40 62...

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

SUPREME. COURT.     TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1825.     His Honor the Chief Justice,on taking his seat this morning, said, that he had recieved a paper, purporting to be a Peti   tion, from a Mr. Crowther, and desired to know if there was any one in Court who owned it. Mr. Crowther, who was at the table, said, it was his, and the Judge then said, that his conduct had been very improper-that the matters mentioned in the paper were not the sub ject matters of Petitions, and that the paper, though styled a Pention had not the form of one -that if the contents were made known to the persons whom it   was meant to affect, it might produce serious consequences to the writer -that he knew the motives of this application, which were most improper - that he should not give any reply to it-and wished particularly to state, that he never would     do so with respect to any other of the same kin...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

To the Editor. Sir,-The writer of the Times, in his endeavours to calumniate yourself, has most insidiously involved, in his abuse, a whole class of unoffending and undeserv- ing individuals. You have very justly remarked, that the removal of the inhabi- tants of Norfolk Island, to this Colony, seemed to stamp its degradation for ever.   Every man who read the passage, knew that you alluded to the effect which that fact, unexplained, would be likely to have on an Englishman intending to emigrate from his native shores, and hesitating where to fix his abode. Norfolk Island, though at first intended as a secondary penal settlement, from the   fruitfulness of its soil, and amenity of climate, was eventually inhabited by many free and respectable settlers. Their removal, therefore, instead of degrading, was a valuable acquisition to this Colony. I, however, know that the circumstance induced many, who did not inquire into it, to emigrate to Sydney ; and you ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 24 September 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE - - Secretary's Office, IlobartTown, ... .. 9,'id.Seph 1825.1 THE:under.mentioned Peiaons»; bave| obtained Certificates o^ Freedom during the last Week ;- -'>. ?.,> -, john Jones . ....... éouhtess Hatcbuft RicnirdRichatdsqn Ditto" * ? Edward Mansfield >v Bàiihg(2) '\ JiphnJEdw^rds' .."i., "Earl St. Vjnc&t I Patrick'Byrne .'.Vi ? Ifohcoojetiiy ' Ï; Nicholas-,Norton .. î&taf .,"t, '".:.... Christppfier Jackson' . Dltiq , .VI.*. JaCob.'Xéerte.'.'. *. ?t . :t _;, t)iito;..,,",':.'" ...,f. J Michael JFarreJl (2) ;^,' .Ditto '.'.' * ." "' '"' y * William, jHanlay »^Ditto, y'".',:i',;¿'j VViliîarn Hughes .. Dromedary*;_'. y" Richard nicholson . .';'* JP it to"' '...'/ .?'""' john {iö$inson, .... ï)itto .,, j ames Newman . . . . H ibernia. / William Henry For- -. bes......./.^;. -D,tt0. William Waters '...-''PrlîrSé^égetit Lyon,vLevy»>.,....». -Richmond. Denis Barry .'.. ). ..... Daphne . John/Çôlçotr/^,.v.' General Hewett ' 'John Montag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. OLD COURT-HOUSE, LIVERPOOL-STREUT. MESSRS. Appleton & Mohgan have received, by the late Arrivals from England, and how on SALE, at their Stores,-. Gent lumens' beaver and silk hats ; a large assortment of childrens' black and coloured morocco boots and shoes ; blue slop clothing ; striped and white cotton shirts ; strong fus- tian jackets and trowsers ; striped jean ditto ; nankeen ditto; superfine clolh ditto; very strong swansdown and other waistcoats; London blacking; powder and shot, of sizes; writing paper; very superior sluriin'gValicocs, twilled diito; stout ditto; black ditto,'for linings; jaconet, book, mull, and cambric muslins; coloured sprig ditto; genllemens' large muslin handkerchiefs ; cotton ditto ; plain black sarsenet; rich levantine; figured florentine ; black Mik handkerchiefs ; ribbons; lace and nelt ; ladies and gentlemen»' black and white silk hose ; black, white, and co- loured threads; sewing cottons; soft mend- ing ditto; a choice se...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, Sept 27, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

GOVERNMENT*; GENERAL ORDER. - Govemmcüt l"iioùs'e, 'Hobart Tow ti, ' ..: ';.. '. ,\.,.L ;.;'., .'.<..£&{ C2f> -1ÖÄ&. ? .' JJpHE LlRÜTENANjT GoV.KRN OR. ¿has .*? been pleased io appoint Mr.Tjphii Barnes io be bupemunieiaty, Assistant Dhirict Suigeon upon the.Medical Esta. bliilirneni, ,and to' be stationed at the Coal River Uistnct.Ti-Apppmtinent dated the 1st of July, 1825. -' , , Mr. John-Cleeve is appointed a Con- stable for the District of JNew Town and the Government Faun, vice Mr. Uichard AJaddocks, who resigns. . t Mr. Thomas Colhcntt is, appointed Pound keeper for ihe District of .New Town, rice Mr. Richard Maddücks, re By His Honor's Command, John Montagu, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, 28th Sept, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

I GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, rm.T __, '.'. **%?&. IBM. ^THE under-mentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom ««nug the last Week . ihomas Anderson. Hibernia William Clark. Dromedary I John Montagu, Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

JN p .&-Captain Cotton, Acting engineer, being about to leave the JW. at on early Period, requests that mpnV . . DT»ids upon Govern Wnrr ,n ? department of Public A5fî transmitted to the Engi ¿^gfcgygAdjottment, on or before E$TATE OF MATTHEW OSBORNE. MAnvr DECEASED. A**Y OSBORNE, the Administra, overall ? °W* Estale' havinS assigned Crh Z n°0ds and Effects * the late P vthP r iSDO,,NE t0 me'¡» Trust,to y tile Creditors, Notice is hereby given !osVndTllavinS Claims on the EÎtate, tion - a ,H ne f*T* ,0 me for E«amina 'equ¿.ipJI / lhüSe who are »ndebted are i out 0.h W"ie~llle Sums due witM s,,l> George Carr Clark.I Commissariat Office, "SEpt. iß. 18Sß*v FRESH MEAT to be received during the Quarter ending 24tb December, 1825 :?* \ HOBART TOWN. m Oct. "7. Champion & Co. ? . «000, at 3|q\ 14. ¿uto .-S000, dnto . 21. Ditto ..v.8000,dilto . 28. Richard Dry -8000, ditto > Nov. 4. Ditto .7 8000, ditto 11. Ctampiou& Co. .. 8000, ditto lo. Ditto .8000, ditio 25....

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, September 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER.     Government House, Hobart 'Town, September 22, 1825.   THE LIETENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint THOMAS DAUNT LORD, Esquire, to be Com- mandant of Maria Island, vice Lieutenant PETER MURDOCH, h. p. 35th Regiment, who resigns. The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint Mr. THOMAS   SMITH to act as Assistant to the Naval Officer at Hobart Town, until the Plea sure of the GOVERNOR-IN-CHIEF is   known, vice T. D. LORD, who resigns. Appointments dated the 26th of Au- gust, 1825.   By His Honor's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Secretary's Office Hobart Town, Sept 29, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER.   Secretary's Office Hobart Town, Sept 29, 1825     THE Officers at the Heads of the se- veral Public Departments are hereby requited to furnish, to this office, on or before Saturday the 15th of the ensuing   Month, in Duplicate, the, usual Official Reports ,and Returns for the Quarter     ending September, 1825. By Command, of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,     JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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SUPREME COURT. (Continued from our last Report.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

SUPREME COURT.     (Continued from our last Report.) His Honor the Chief Justice proceeded to point out the course adopted upon mo- tions of this kind, and declared his opinion that upon this part of the case, the Attor- ney General not having replied distinctly and pointedly to the matters charged, should be compelled to answer upon interrogatories to be exhibited to him respecting the con- versation with Laurie, Oldfield, and Child ; and as to his conversation or consultation   with the Solicitor General, as to the pleas and the demurer put in to them.     His Honor continued.-" The next case in the affidavits, is that of Symons v. At- kinson. It appears, that at a particular date, the Attorney General receives a general retainer from Mt. Atkinson. Now as to the question arising on the extent of the claim which a general retainer gives a client upon the advice, I would only repeat what I have said before, as to the i...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

To the Editor. SIR, —I should not a second time have trespassed on your limited Press, but from the circumstance of the Representative of     my Sovereign being held forth, in the Ex- Gazette, to that Public over which he presides as a partial, and of course a cor- rupt Governor, with reference to the im- portant inquiry now pending. Avoiding all useless verbiage, all personal invective and unbecoming language, I will endeavour to oppose facts to misstatement - truth in error. The writer of the leading article of the above Paper , commences by a high flown panegyric on his friend a Public Officer and from a professed desire to elucidate the whole proceedings, affecting, as he says, the viral interests of this infant state, he carries us back to the landing on these shoies of that youthful personage, who with a high sense of honour and for-   titude of mind unequalled, has dated to raise his single voice against practices, in his eyes, corrupt, ...

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