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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 February 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, A.M. Average prices of articles at the market this morning:- Wheat 8s. per bushel; potatoes 6s. per cwt.; fowls 4s. per couple; butter     3s. 6d. per lb.; cheese 2s. per lb.; eggs 2s.       per dozen.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 February 1820

TO CORRESPONDENTS.—The article subscribed "G. S." does not possess suffi-     cient interest for insertion.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 February 1820

a^O bo Sold by Private Contracta moíttub A ftantiil built Houfe, delightfully fituatein(> 'Melvin-ftreet, containing favcn Rooms, well cal-jl jculated /or the Itefidence of a genteel Family, The G/oand on which 1he Dwelling is ere£ted< is vary exicnfive, and ia tnoft (ubiUntially t fenced in, with gates, faftenings, and every other requinte. The Whole coft the Proprietor,! up warda of £6oo> Hal fine Purchaicradneyji lagrced* on, will betaken in Stock and Shopji Good;, at. Money-price,-Application to be(l mide to AfcDRtw MAGILL, on ih« frctniiet, I MR. RISK, Mailer qf the Brig Jupiter. acquaints rlhc Settlers of Pitt Water And 'others baring Grain »nd Produce in »that Set* tlemcnt, that the Jupiter will proceed thtthec in about 'J Weeks forlhe Purpofe of convey- ing fuchto Hobart Town. Every Arrange« ment will be mide*ó infuro a dry and fal« Carriage, tod to receive tha Produce at the moil convenient Place io the Grower ; and ina Charge for the Carriage of Grain will...

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

SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday last proceeded on her voyage for Madras, the transport ship   Atlas, Captain Joseph Short, with troops from Port Jackson.   Yesterday sailed for Port Dalrymple, the       brig Sophia, Mr. George Browne, master. -   She is partly laden with stores for that     Settlement. Yesterday evening arrived the brig Guide, Captain Higgins, from Calcutta, which place she left the 4th November last, with a cargo of merchandize. - Passengers, Mr. Winder, owner and supercargo of the vessel, and Mr. Prichett. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold, and the brigs Guide and Jupiter.

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

        The following is copied from a late Sydney gazette :— THE GIRDLE.—Here, my daughter, upon the       pillow which is undoubtedly to receive my   last thanksgiving to the Great Being who has permitted me to rear you, I put into your hand my latest gift and blessing. It is a little belt   which when worn will be your constant monitor between right and wrong ; and the recolIection when you wear it that you have received it from a dying parent, will prove its noblest vir- tue. When you wear this, my child, you will remember that you received it from an exhaus- ted parent who consulted your virtuous happi- ness through life and whose spirit may be permit- ted to float in an unseen sphere to receive a re- ward in the contemplation of your virtues. Yes, my child, we may unite again, but in a period uncertain. You are of mild and meek mariners;   and possi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 February 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN HIGGINS, of the Brig Guide, leaving the Colony, requests all Claims to be presented.   MR WINDER, Owner and Supercargo of   the Brig Guide, requests all Claims to be pre- presented for Payment.   MR. PRICHETT, Passenger per the Brig   Guide, proceeding in her to Port Jackton, requests all Claims to be presented.         MR. JOHN CRESWELL, Chief Officer of the Guide, leaving the Colony, all Claims to be presented for Payment.     MR. ROBERT CRAWFORD, Second Officer of the Guide, leaving the Colony, all Claims   to be presented for Payment. THE COMMANDER ot the Brig Guide here- by Cautions the Inhabitants against giving Credit to the Crew of the said Vessel ; as he will not he responsible for any Debt or Debts contracted, or that may be contracted, by them. FIVE POUNDS REWARD.--WHEREAS some Miscreants having lately s...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 February 1820

PUBLIC NOTICE.—Notice is hereby given, that the Herds of Horned Cattle, the prop- erty of EDWARD LORD, Esquire, on the sev- eral Grazing Runs in the Interior, will be collected at their respective Stock-yarda dur-   ing the next three Months ; when all Persons having Cattle strayed into, or running with   those Herds, or having Claims for Cattle from         the said Edward Lord, Esq. are requested to   attend for the Purpose of ascertaining and   drawing off all such Stock.—The Overseers and Herdsmen will be in Attendance, com- mencing at the Stock-yard of the Fat Doe   River on Monday, February 21st, at which Place the Herd of that Run may be inspected for the fourteen ensuing Days.—Further No- tice will be published of the Days of Attend- ance at other Grazing Runs, respectively, of   the said Edward Lord, Esq. for the same Pur-   pose and...

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

ÎTTTHOW the LIEUTENANT GOVIR«OR has thought proper to dina, fbil all Public¡Communications >vhidi may appear in the HOBART 70ÎVN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPOXTER>ûgneA with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official ^mmnn.caiions made to thofc Pcrfons to whom they mny relate. - _ __ (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), _ H. li. KOBÏNSON, derrerory. pcpucy Affiliant Commitfary General's Office* Hobart Town, 2Qth December, lBli>. LIST of Períbns from whom MEAT will be recaivecl by the Officer» of tho Com« aiifíarUc in Van Diemen'« Land, from 5th January to I ft April, 1820, inclufive, ' AT HOBART TOWN z-Fefcuary 9-Thoi, Hayes, jun. ijoo, A. Whitehead zooo, Hen- rietta and Charlotte Bowen 1000. 12-Dan. »tanfield, fen. and Thomai Stanfield 3500, D. Reynolds tooo, 16-J. Wade 3500, MefiYs. Au flin and Earle 1500. io--~Win. and Edw. Kioiberly tod D, Stanfield, jün. j500, Michael Lackey 1000. 23-Francis, ^ Joh», Jofeph, and Mrs. Chipman 3000, Alfred Thrupp 18oo. s6-3. H. Brodribb...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 February 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, ESQ. Assize of Bread, as regulated by a Bench of Magistrates on Saturday last :—Wheaten,       per loaf, 6d. ; houshold 5d.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 February 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN HIGGINS,ofthe BrigGuide, ^ leaving the Colony» requefts all Claims to be prefented. o MR* WINDER, Owner and Supercargo of the Brig Guide, leaving the Colony, requefts all Claims to be prefented. $ MR. PRITCHETT, PaíTenger per the Brig Guide, proceeding, in her to Port Jackfon* requefts Claims to be prefented. o MR. JOHN CRBISWEI/L, Chief Officer of the Guide, leaving the Colony, all Claims to be prefented. 2 "MR. ROBERT CRAWFORD, Second Officer of the Guide, leaving the Colony, all Claims to be prefented._ <¡, fX>K ¿¿ALE.atrthe STOaas of KSMP iQj *. Co. in Macquaric-ftraet, from recent Ira« portions, fuperiof Madeira Wine in caik tod bottle«, Hyfon, Hyfon Skio, and Souchong Teas in ched & hilf cbeftsf Tobacco, BOA. gal Soap, Pepper, WTndOw.clsfs of all fizej, Bair Sieves, Blifter Steel, Iron, Paint and Paint Bradies, Sugar, Brandy, Bengal Rum,43 per Cent, over Proof, white cotton Shirts, blue Cloth Jackett and Trowfars, Shot of ill f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 February 1820

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. LEWIS, On Wednesday, the 23d Instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, by Virtue of a Bill of Sale granted by Mr. ARNOLD FISK to Mr. THOMAS M'NEELANCE, bearing date the 9th June,     in the year 1815. ALL the Right and Title of all that certain Tract of Land known by the Name of FISK'S FARM, situate in the District of Pitt Water, containing Five Hundred Acres of fine fertile Land. It cannot be necessary to urge the Advantages of this valuable and delightful Piece of Land, further than stating that it lies in one of the most eligible spots in the District, which is deemed as the finest agricultural one in the Colony; and that it is much more con- venient for water Carriage than any other Farm there, for a Ship of the largest size may ride in full security within cable's length of it. It is such as is seldom offered for Sale, and presents an Opportunity which rarely occurs, for Pur-   chasers to furnish themselves with that which...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 February 1820

Within the last two years we have had occasion to record several fatal accidents occurring   on the Derwent by the upsetting of boats, whereby a number of fellow creatures have   been unfortunately drowned. Our attention is now again called to another unhappy instance. On Monday afternoon last a small   ferry-boat, the property of James Orman, one of the ferrymen between Hobart Town and Kangaroo Point, left this side of the river for the opposite shore, having in her two passengers, named Richard Brown and Joseph Genders. It appears that the boat had safely reached   Kangaroo Bay, and that the melancholy event happened within 30 yards only of the landing, under the following circumstances. The owner of the boat, who it seems was   intoxicated, while in the act of taking down the sail rather hastily, unfortunately fell overboard;   and Brown, who was also in a state of   inebriation, instantly endeavoured by reaching ov...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 February 1820

VOL. V.J HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVIRWOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, ana SOUTHERN REPORTERt signed with any Official Signature,are to be considered as Official communications made to those Perfons to whom they may relate. TT "-N H_ V. ROBINSON. Secretary* Comm«nioitions «Me io mow i «»«-.--gy CO«MA«O or His HONOR),_H. E. ROBINSON arrm«^; Commiffaiiat Office, Hobart Town, February t2th, 1820. WHEREAS foma Homed Cattle, not bear.} I ingthe King's Mark, and fuppûfed tof belong to Settlers whofe Grazing Ground it in r the Vicinity of the Falls, above New Norfolk, has ftrayed t« the Herd belonging to the Crown.-Notice» hereby given, ihat if fuch Cattle bo not (itufadorily identified and claimed atthii Office within fourteen Dayl from the Dite hereof» they will be Sold by Au£Uon, and the Proceed! credited "io the Crown, or marked with a Bro*d Arrow, sod be confid. »redil * P»»t of Ihe Public Herd,-Applica- tio...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

ÎTTHONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the, ^OBART TOWS GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER,ûgim\ willi any Official Signature, tre(lo he cotifulered as Oflicial rnmmunications mide to thofc Perfous to whom they may relate. _ ( B v COMM ANO OF H J S H O N o R ) ?_IK E._ Ko a IN 8 o N , beeraary^

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

                  HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - On Saturday evening last arrived from England     with a general cargo of   merchandize, the ship Claudine, Capt. Welsh. She left England the 29th of September, and touched at the Cape of Good Hope on her voyage. - Passengers, Miss Garling, Mr. and Mrs. Corr, Masters John and Robert   Campbell, and Mrs. Rowe and family.   On Tuesday arrived from Port Jackson the brig Governor Macquarie, Capt. Heaney Passenger, Mr. Payne.   On Thursday arrived from Calcutta the ship Mary, Capt. Brown, with marchandize,-    Passengers, J. M'Heney,Esq. and Mr. H. O'Brien. Yesterday sailed for Port Jackson the ship   Claudine, Capt. Welsh; also The brig Guide, Mr. John Higgins, master & owner.-Passen...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

By the Claudine, London Papers to the 8th   of October came out. They announce the death of His Grace   the DUKE OF RICHMOND, Captain General, Governor in Chief and Commander of the Forces in British America, a General in the Army, and Colonel of the 35th Regiment.- The death of this Nobleman is stated to have been occasioned by hydrophobia, from the bite of a tame fox which was kept about the house. The animal some time after died mad ; but a considerable period elapsed, it is said 40 days, before the Duke was affected. On approaching the Ottawa's River, upon his return from a new Settlement in Upper Canada, some symptoms of the disease appeared, and on the sight of the water His Grace was attacked by convulsions which proved fatal in 24 hours. Few Noble- men have borne through life a more popular character, or have been moregenerally esteem- ed and beloved. He was in his 56th year. Colonel Sir F. BATHURST HERVEY, Aid de-Camp to His Royal Highness the PRIN...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

"Vi OT1CE- Rates of TOLL to be taker, it L^» Au ST in'» Ferry, as fettled by a Baochcf Magiftrates the 19th Feb. 1820» £ s, </, For cAch Foot Paffenger ... 006 A fingís Horfe . . t .«. 026 A Colt under a year old . « . "O 10 Each Heed of full grown Horned Cattle . . . . . « . . O 2 6 Räch Head of Horned Cattle,under a year old ,..*..« o 1 o Sheep per fe ero ..*, ...034 Pigser Goats, each ». , . , o 0 2 A Cart or Chaiie . . « . . o 5 0 Every loplbs. weight cf Luggage o 0 3 Every Bufhel of Grain . . . . o 0 2 Dogs, each *...... o 0 ? WM. ENGLISH, Clerk to the Magiftratei, VhKANDA HOUSE.-«The Publicare rcfptftfully informed «hatSthe belt Loudon Stout Porter, jua landed from the Claudine, Bengal Rum, Brandy, Hollands, Wines, Ten, Sugar, Soap, and a general Aiiortmefit of Mer- chandize of the firft Quality, are ON SALE at this Store 5 WHOLESALE at the fowell Prices, as well as on *)he moil moderate Teran by RETAIL, for ready Money._ JUST Irnporled by the Guide, and now far Sal...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

We have received by the brig Governor Macquarie, Sydney papers to the 29th ult.   His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR, we are happy to announce, was restored to perfect health.   The Recovery, having on board His Majesty's Commissioner for the Affairsof these Colonies, JOHN THOMAS BIGGS, Esq. with T. H. SCOTT, Esq., his Secretary, was preparing to sail for this place, and is hourly expected. These papers report the arrival from home of the Castle Forbes, Prince Regent, and Eliza, with male convicts ; the latter after a peculiar- ly short voyage of 96 days ; and all bringing their complements of prisoners in good health. The Lord Wellington, female convict ship, has also arrived, having had a very long passage but with the prisoners quite healthy; having on board 120 female prisoners and 45 children, under the care of Dr. Bromley, of the Royal Navy, who has been repeatedly out before in charge of prisoners; the first time was in His     Maj...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

SALES BY AUCTION, BY MR. LEWIS, On Wednesday next, the 23d Instant, at 11 o'Clock precisely, by Virtue of a Bill of Sale granted by Mr. ARNOLD FISK to Mr. THOMAS M'NEELANCE, bearing date the   9th June, in the year 1815,   ALL the Right and Title of all that certain Tract of Land known by the Name of FISK'S FARM, situate in the District of Pitt Water, containing Five Hundred Acres of fine fertile Land. It cannot be necessary to urge the Advantages of this valuable and delightful Piece of Land, farther than stating that it lies in one of the most eligible spots in the District, which is deemed as the finest agricultural one in the Colony ; and that it is much more con- venient for water Carriage than any other Farm there, for a Ship of the largest size may ride in full security within cable's length of It. It is such as is seldom offered for Sale, and presents an Opportunity which rarely occurs, for Pur- chasers to furnish themselves with that which will be ...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 19th, 18[?]0. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 February 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 19th, 1820. SETTLERS and Inhabitants desirous of re- ceiving assigned Female Servants, according   to the Regulations of the Territory, are re- quested to send in applications to this Office : And it is hereby made known that no Ap- plications, for such Servants, but those sent in prior to the expected Arrival of Female Con- victs, will be noticed, until all those which are, received in conformity to this Publication shall have been fully attended to.           By Command of His Honor   The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary Deputy Assistant Commissery General's Office, Hobart Towns 26th December, 1819. LIST of Persons from whom MEAT will be received by the Officer of the Com- missariat in Van Diemen's Land, from 5th January to 1st April, 1820, inclusive. AT HOBART TOWN;--February 23 Franci...

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