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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 January 1820

The following are the moft interesting articles of intelligence that have yet come under our observation in the latest papers received per the-Dromedary ;-   We are happy to leam that the foreign trade of Bristol, instead of falling off, has increased more than one-third in the past year; and that   there has been an addition of one-fifth in the euafling trade, during the same period-the' tonnage of the latter being at least one-third greater, in the aggregate, than at any port in the kingdom, London and Liverpool excepted. THE NEW COMET.-OBSERVATIONS BY DR. BURNBY,OF GOSPORT.--"In the even- ing of the 3d of July 1819, from a quarter past nine till a quarter past twelve, we were grati- fied with the sight of a Comet, with a licid train projecting upwards or from the Sun, and nearly in a perpendicular direction. At half past ten, it was in the N. by W. point, within 10 degrees of the horizon, immediately in the breast of the Lynx, and by the sextant 19.5 &am...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

We beg to correct a mis-statement in our last Gazette as to the Officers of the Guard per His Majesty's Store-ship Dromedary: The names of those Gentlemen being Captain Cruise and Ensign M'Crae, of the 84th, with a   detachment of the 69th and 84th Regiments. Yesterday morning a farther landing of 147 male prisoners took place from His Majesty's shore-ship Dromedary; whereof 70 landed at Kangaroo Point, where they were inspected by His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR at 6 o'clock, and immediately proceeded to Port Dalrymple. The remainder were after- wards landed and inspected in town; and nearly   the whole were assigned to the service of   settlers. -This body of convicts, we are happy to observe, were landed in the same healthy, clean, and orderly state as the former.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday, January 18th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Tuesday January 18th, 1820. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has received   with the sincerest Feelings of Grief, the     Report of the Decease this Morning of Assistant Surgeon HAMILTON, of the 48th Regiment, and the Colonial Establishment, from the Effects of a Fall from his Horse on the 16th Instant. The Loss to the Service, and to his Family and Friends, which the Death of Assistant   Surgeon HAMILTON, in the Outset of his Career and in the Prime of his Life occasions, can be best aprpreciated by those who had most Oppor- tunities of knowing his excellent Qualities and Character; but those cannot fail to ensure the general Sympathy of the Settlement for the premature Fate of an Officer, equally to be   lamented for his profwaaional and private Worth. The Funaral of Assistant Surgeon HAMILTON will take place To-morrow at Two   o'Clock, with the Military Honours due to his Rank; for...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

H^TH^O* the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR bas thought proper to dire61, that all Public Communicalions.which may appc»ri«tj» HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER-, jigimi willi any Official Signature, are lo )¡e confidcrcd as Official Coannunicalions made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BV COMMANP.QF HlS H0NOR)j,\ ïî. E. Rob IN so ti, Secretary*

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

HOBART TOWN             Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A.   Average prices of articles at the market this morning :—New wheat 8s. per bushel ; new potatoes 7s. per cwt. ; fowls 3s. per couple ; butter 3s. 6d. per lb. ; cheese 2s. per lb. ; eggs 2s. per dozen. SHIP NEWS.—Sailed on Tues- day last for Port Jackson, the brig John Shore, Captain Wil-   liams ; which recently arrived from Calcutta with merchandize. She takes up to Sydney 43,917 weight of salted meat, the produce of this Settlement. Same day arrived from Port Jackson, which she left on the 10th instant, the ship Atlas, Cap- tain Short.—This vessel is bound for Madras, and has on board 6 Officers, with detachments of the 30th, 34th, 45th, 46th, 53d, and 89th Regiments, and a few of the 1st Foot (Royal Scots).—Lieut. Marsh, of the 45th, Senior Of-   ficer. These detachments have arrived as guards over ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

On the 9th inst. John Scott, a free man, and William Cross, a convict, against both of whom warrants had been some time out on charge of sheep-stealing, were taken at Pitt Water, and on the day following were lodged in gaol. The Admiral Cockburn, which left this port the 19th ultimo, arrived at Sydney on the 28th.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

MRS. LORD requests all Persons holding Promissory Notes, signed by herself or EDWARD LORD, Esq. will present them for Payment at her Office at the Veranda House; and, in Consequence of the recent Detection   of a Forgery, as well as of Mrs. Lord's having some time discontinued issuing or re-issuing   Cash Notes, she will feel obliged by any In- habitant holding Notes as above described   not to negocíate them, but to send them in for immediate Payment.                   HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

For remainder of news see Supplement.     HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. DENT.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 22d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS.       Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 22d, 1820. AN Advertisement from the Commissariat Department at this Station, dated the 15th lnstant, having been published (as appears from subsequent Explanations) without a   Knowledge on the Part of the Commissariat   Officer in Charge of the Existence of an Ordi- nance of the 6th September 1817 ; by which Owners of Cattle, whose Grazing Land is to the Westward of the Port Dalrymple Road, are allowed to slaughter at their own Places for His Majesty's Store ; and the LIEUTENANT GOV- ERNOR having taken into Consideration, up- on the Representation of Mr. Deputy Assistant Commissary General HULL, the Inconvenience     to the Service and to the Public which is felt, especially during the Summer Season, in re- ceiving Meat, which has been slaughtered at a Distance from Hobart Town, the Government and General Order ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN SHORT, of the Ship Atlas, leav jag the Colony, requofts all Claimi may be immediately presented, N J Ma, DUKE, R* N. Sorgeon Superintendant of the Ship Atlas, leaving :tho Colony-, requerís Claims So be prefeated. 1 Ma. JOHN WATSON^ Chief Officer of the Ship Atlas, leaving the Colony', requerís Claims to be prefented,* 1 MB. J A ka« KiLLwicKt Second Officer of the Atlas, leaving the Colony, requefta Claims, to be prefeotèd. 1 M a. Jo H N Root a SON, Third Officer of the Atlas, leaving 1he Colony, requefts all «Claim!» to btprétented. f 1 D' IRBCTFOR MADRAS.-The remark-! able fine (all-failing hired Transport Ship' ATLAS, Captain SHORT, will fail for Madras in about eight Days ftorn. this Date.-Hor Ac- commodation! for Paflengera are elegant and commodious» and fhe ia provided with a Sur. goon.-For Freight or Paffagoio India, Eng- land, or Elfcwhero, apply4o the Commander, on board ; or at Mr* STOCK*R/S, at the Dai went Hotef. ^ i ¡*Hobart Town, J[an. aot ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

The following are the most interesting extracts from the Sydney papers : "The French corvette l'Uranie, Captain   FRECINET, arrived on Thursday (Nov. 18), engaged in a voyage of discovery, with many Officers in the various departments essential to a voyage of this general utility to the world at large. The Officers accompanying Captain Frecinet,who 17 years ago visited this Colony, as we are given to understand with Commodore Baudin, on his voyage of discovery into hele leas vith the Gcographo and Natoralille, arc Gontlemen of the moil kind anti poiifhetl mia-j neis ; which m'entioa may nn'confidercd ai JJ redundancy of expreflion as affettsthe GcnUe-¡ men of any Nation ; but the deicriptive writer; cannot avoid observations which are lopleaibgj tolho poliihad circle, ana accord io fenïibly. with the feelings of a refined and liberal Kstien.; On tholanding of Cspuio Fjecinct juid hi? Officers, His SXCÍDLINCY ihe UOVKRNO* received them-at Government Houle with *hoie Itte...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, January 22d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, January 22d, 1820. ALEXANDER LAING is appointed a Con. stable in the District of Pitt Water. By Command of His Honor,     H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office, Hobart Town, 26th December, 1819.   LIST of Persons from whom Meat will be received by the Officers of the Cornmis- sariat in Van Diemen's Land, from 5th January to 1st April, 1820, inclusive. AT HOBART TOWN, lbs.   Jan. 26—Colonel Davey 2000   Mr. Wells 2000 29—James Triffitt 1500   Jas Triffitt, jun. & F. Triffitt 1000 George Oakley 900   William Kearney 500 Feb. 2—Mr. William Blyth 4000 5—Thomas Poole 500 George Ashron l000   Francis Cobb 800 Thomas Peters 2000 James Tedder 1000 9—Thomas Hayes, jun. 1500 A. Whitehead 2000 Henrietta and Charlotte Bowen 1000 12—D. Stanfield, sen. and Thomas Stanfield 3300 David Reynolds 1000 16—John Wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

By the arrival of the Atlas we have not been furnished with a single Sydney Ga- zette, altho' there are several weeks' papers due. We have, however, been so fortunate as to procure the perusal of five numbers to to the 18th ultimo; from which we gather the following intelligence.   We learn with the utmost regret that His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF had been severely indisposed; but we have the   satisfaction to add, that His Excellency was so much recovered before the Atlas sailed as to have attended the assemblage of the Native Tribes at Paramatta on the 28th ult. ; and we have every reason to hope, that his long-expect- ed visit to this Settlement will take place in the   course of next month.   The Honorable the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY was on the point of proceeding to     Newcastle and Port Macquarie; and on his return was expected to visit Van Diemen's Land. The Reverend Mr. MARSDEN, Principal C...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 January 1820

On Tuesday morning died Assistant Surgeon   HAMILTON, of the 48th Regiment, and on the Colonial Medical Establishment of this Settle- ment. On the road from Pitt Water, whither he had accompanied some Gentlemen belonging to His Majesty's store-ship Dromedary on Sunday, Mr. Hamilton's horse came down, and fell upon him, by which he was so much injured as to occasion his death. The general esteem in   which Mr. Hamilton was held in the Settle- ment during a residence of a year and a half, the friendship and regard which were felt for   him by the Officers not only of his Corps, but of the Colony, as well as by the principal   Inhabitants, to many of whom he was endeared by professional attentions, rendered his sudden and unhappy fate an object of peculiar regret. The feeling excited on this occasion was evinced by the respect shewn to his remains. The funeral, which took place on Wednesday at 2 o'clock, was attended by His HONOR the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 January 1820

y°h' J_--r--r-i »" n>ftn.'tn Airt^R- that all Public Communications which muy appear m the Coimnunications ni.de lo thofe Pcrfons to whom they TJ « »te. (By COMMAWP OP His HONO»), H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 January 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. J CAPTAIN SHORT, of the Ship Atlas, leav-j ing the Colony, requefts all Claims may j bo immediately prefentad. 2 Ma. Du KB, R. N. Surgeon Superintendant «J! the Ship Atlas, leaving the Colon}, requefts Claims to be prelented. 2, MR. JOH t» WATeow, Chief Officer of the, Shrp Atlas, leaving the Colony, raqueils Chima Sobe prefentad. a Ma, JAMBS KILLWiCKI Second Officer of abo Atlas; leaving the Colony, requefts Claims lo ha prefented. * 2 MR. JOHN RooBRSON, Third Officer of the Atlas, leaving the Colony, requefts Chima go be prcfrnt*d>_ ._'2 Mt(, KloK, Mafter of the Brig Jupiter, acquaints the Settlers of Pitt Water and; ©"there having Grain and Produce in that* Set.j tlementf that the Jupiter will proceed thither, in about 3 Weeks for the Purpofe of convey* iog fuch to Hobart Town.. Every Arrange. m ant will be made to infure a*dry and fafe Carriage, and to receive the Produce at the mod convenient Place to the Grower; and the; Charge for the Cardigo of Grain w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 January 1820

p lUBLlC NOliUE,-JNotica ia berehy given, ahatthe Herds of Horned Cattle, the Property of EDWAIQ Loan, ETquiro, oat [the feversl Grazing Runs in the Interior, will be collected at-their re fp eel i fe Stock-yardi dur« ing *he next three Months ; when all Perfona having Cattle ftrsyed into, Or running with thôie Horde, or having Claims for Cattle from the (aid Edward Lord, Efq, are requeued to attend for the Purpofe of i feen i laing and drawing off'all iueh Stock.-The Over leers and Herdfman will he in Attendaoce, commencing atlha Stock-yard of the Fat Dde River on Monday* February Silt, at which Place ihe Herd 0Ê that Hun may be infpeéted for the fourteen enfuing Dàys.-~Further Notice will be pub« li/hed of the Dsya of Attendance at other Grfzing Runa, rclpeftively, &f the faid Edward (Lord, Efq. for the fame Purpofe aad Coa« vonienca of ihe Public» , ' Hobart Town. I AgM| lQ Town, J 29. | J*n. 29. I EDWARD LORD, Efq. ADMINISTRATION. - Letters of Admin- istration having bee...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 January 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. The ship Atlas will proceed in prosecu-   tion of her voyage to Madras to-morrow. The following savage and extraordinary cir- cumstance happened a few days ago at a farm about five miles from town in the district of Glenarchy:—Three or four farming men had     met in a farm-house for the purpose of making a little merriment, and among them a young woman was introduced. A quarrel soon took place between two of the party, who were near- ly intoxicated, in consequence of both being jealous of the female then in company, when one seized the other, and immediately taking the opportunity to revenge the jealousy, flew at him, and with his teeth bit his nose almost entirely off. The ruffian instantly escaped in to the woods, but was soon taken by the Police, and lodged in gaol; as was also the woman,   who it appears had eloped from her husband, and had been cohabiting with the prisoner for...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, January 22d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 January 1820

¿OVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houle, Hobart Iowa, Saturday, January SSd, 1Ô20. Ali Advefúfemep* from the Commissariat -Department at this Station, dated thol irth I nftant, having bein publi&ad (at appears from fabfequtnt Explanations) without a K now-l ledge, on the Part of tha ComosuTariat Officer in Charge, of til« Exiftenceor an Ordinance of tha 6th September 1817 5 by which Owners oí Calila, whofe Gruing Land is to the Westward   af the Port .Dalrymple.Road,-are allowed to daughter ai their own Phcea for His Majefty'i1 Store; and the LIIITTÍNANT GoveeNoa having taken into Confideratio», opon the, Reprefeatation of Mr. Deputy Affiliant Com-! mifliry General Hun, tha Inconvenience to the Service and to the Public which i* felt,, especially during the Summer Season, in re- ceiving Meat, which has been flaughtered at a! DHUnce from Hobart Town¿ the Goyerement| and General Order of Data 6th Septembers 1817, it repealed ¡-And it is hereby ordered,; that th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 February 1820

Captain ORMAN, wno nnbeon hore three< fucceffive voyagea in the Mary, was preparing'! . lo {Yd from Calcutta early laft month in a brig I nlmad the Halden for this country ¡ hiving i difpofod of his (hare in the former (hip. From the long continuance of fine weather, weare enabled to (late that many fettlon have already finilhcd hafvsft. Reaping (lill goes on rapidly in thofe partt where the ioed waa fown late; and remarkably fine wheat has been pro- duced ia market, A greater flisw of apples has been experiea. ced this year than at any former one ; and as thare ii everr appeiranca of thiaofeful fruit be-'i coming very plentiful in the Colony,.we hivey re if on to cxpe& to' hear of good cider being nude at no diflant period for the Publica ufe. A Correfponient. wiíhsa us to Rate, that when hops are fcarco ano dear, iib. of buckbean (if it can be procured in the Colony) will   bitter one (Iriko of malt for fro iii drink, and give it a very agreeable fl...

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