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

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. - This day William Ashton, for fraudulently obtaining cattle,   the property of John Gibson, settler, was   sentenced to forfeit his ticket of leave, and to   work 12 months in the gaol gang. James Connolly, for stealing from the person of Lawrence Pidgeon, and knocking him     down, was sentenced 200 lashes and 12 months in the gaol gang. Mary Gouger, for stealing in the dwelling-   house of her mistress, Mrs. Lord, 4 rings, &c. was sentenced to be sent to Newcastle for the remainder of her original sentence - seven years. Henry Gouger, husband of the former, for receiving the same, knowing them to be stolen, was also sentenced to be sent to Newcastle for the remainder of his sentence - life. William Holding and Lawrence Gorman, also for receiving the said property last mentioned, were sentenced 50 lashes each and   12 months in the gaol gang. William Nathaniel Atkins, for entering the   ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday[?] February 26th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 26th, 1820. SETTLERS who may be desirous of obtain- ing assigned Male Servants are desired to send in their Applications to this Office   without Delay. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official   Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate.   (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

The harvest is now every where completely   finished, and certainly never more to the satis- faction of the settler; as it has proved, literally — a most abundant one. The market this morning was pretty, well supplied with vegetables of the season ; and the prices of articles were much the same as     on Saturday last.       About one o'clock yesterday morning, an in- dividual well respected for 17 years ia the Set- tlement, made an attempt at his lodgings in Collins-street to put a period to his existence by cutting his throat in a shocking manner with a razor, in a fit of temporary insanity. Owing to timely medical assistance, hopes are, however, entertained of his speedy recovery. Several house robberies have been effected or attempted within these few days. In two instanccs, the thieves succeeded in taking things from the chamber in which the family were asleep.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 26th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 26th, 1820.   THE HONORABLE the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY, JOHN THOMAS BIGGE, Esquire, having arrived in this Dependency, the   LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to dir-     ect that the SOVEREIGN's COMMISSION empowering him to enquire into the Affairs   of these Colonies shall be published for gen- eral Information. All Persons holding Official Situations,   Civil or Military, in Van Diemen's Land, will promply furnish to the Honorable the Commissioner such Reports, Returns, and     Accounts as he may require. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Monday, February 21st, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS.   Government House, Hobart Town, Monday, February 21st, 1820. HIS MAJESTY'S COMMISSIONER of EN- QUIRY for the Colony of New South Wales and its Dependencies, JOHN THOMAS   BIGGE, Esquire, having arrived from Port   Jackson on board the Ship Recovery, and hav-   ing fixed the Hour of Six o'Clock this After- noon for landing at Hobart Town, the LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR'S Barge is to be along- side the Recovery at that Hour to convey the Honourable the Commissioner to the Shore. A Salute of Thirteen Guns to be fired from Mulgrave Battery upon His Majesty's Commmis-   sioner leaving the Recovery, in Honour of his Arrival in Van Diemen's Land. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

" GEORGE THE THIRD, by the Grace   " of God, of the United Kingdom of " Great Britain and Ireland, King " Defender of the Faith,   " To OUR trusty and well-beloved JOHN " THOMAS BIGGE, Esquire, " GREETING, " WHEREAS We have judged it expedi- " ent to cause an Enquiry to be made   " into the present Stale of the Settlements in " Our Territory of New South Wales and its " Dependencies, and of the Laws, Regulations, " and Usages, Civil, Military, and Ecclesiasti- " cal, prevailing therein ;— " NOW KNOW YOU, that We, having espe- " cial Trust and Confidence in your approved " Wisdom and Fidelity, have assigned, nomi- " nated, and appointed, and do, by these Pre- " sents, assign, nominate, and appoint you, the " said JOHN THOMAS BIGGE, to be Our Com- " missioner to repair to Our Settlement " in Our said Territory in New South Wales ; " —And by thefe Presents do give you full " Power and Authority to examine into all " the Laws, Regulations, and Usag...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, 6d.; Houshold 5d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

HOBART TOWN     Sitting Magistrate — THOMAS BELL, Esq. Best Bread, per Loaf, 6d. ; Houshold 5d   SHIP NEWS. — On Monday afternoon arrived the ship Re-. covery, Captain Fotherly, from Port Jackson ; having on board   the Honorable the Commissioner of Enquiry,   JOHN THOMAS BIGGE, Esq. and THOMAS HOBBES SCOTT, Esq. his Secretary. — At 6 o'clock the Honorable the Commissioner landed in the Lieutenant GOVERNOR'S Barge, under a Salute of 13 Guns, and was received at the land- ing place by a Guard of Honour under the com- mand of Lieut. Cuthbertson, of the 48th Regt. JOHN OXLEY, Esq. Surveyor General, and Dr. HARRIS, also arrived per Recovery.       On Wednesday sailed for Port Jackson the ship Mary, Captain Brown ; and Yesterday the Recovery, for Batavia. Remain in the harbour with His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold, the brigs Go- vernor Macquarie and Jupiter.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

The Royal Court at Paris was sometime since   occupied with the following question:—"Can       a child born 9 months and 9 days after the death of his father, succeed him?" The   Preliminary Tribunal had decided in the affirm- ative. The final decision was not published in the same Paper. A steam vessel of 300 tons burthen has cros-   sed the Atlantic from Savanna, in Georgia, to Liverpool in 21 days. The Legislative Assembly of the State of Ohio has resolved to address the Congress of America to obtain from the Spanish Govern- ment permission for a Company of American Capitalists to undertake the construction of a Navigable Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, traversing New Spain by the   Lake of Nicaragua, or any other line that may be deemed most suitable. Should such an enter- prize ever be accomplished, it would be followed by consequences probably as important to the political...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

MR. LOANE having closed his Warehouse Concerns, and will remove to his New   Residence in Macquarie-street on Monday next, requests all those who are indebted to him will discharge their respective Obligations without Delay. — A List of the Remains of Mr. Loane's Stock in Trade may be seen on Application, which will be disposed of by Wholesale on mo- derate Terms, and Accommodations given on approved Security. Mr. LOANE'S Brig the Governor Macquarie will proceed to Pitt Water in a few Days, for the Purpose of taking in a Freight for Sydney or Hobart Town.   FOR SALE by RETAIL, at the Premises of Mrs. C. KEARNEY, the undermentioned   Articles, just imported by the Brig Guide. — Bengal Rum, 40 per Cent. over Proof, in Quantities not less than a Gallons, at 19s. per per Gallon ; Benares Sugar, 1st and 2d sort, in small Quantities at 9d. & 8d. per lb. ; best Dacca Soap at 8½ per lb. ; Baftas 1½ yard wide 24s. per piece ; Baftas a yard wide ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 February 1820

PUBLIC NOTICE. Acting Engineer's Office, Hobart Town,   26th February, 1820. THE Acting Engineer at this Station having received Orders from the Head of his Department to purchase the following Articles for the Use of Government at Port Jackson, Tenders in writing are requested to be sent to this Office ; viz.— Two Thousand Gallons of Fish Oil ; and   A large Quantity of coarse Wool. Settlers and others wishing to tender Wool, will state the Quantity and Condition, and en- gage to deliver it at the Lumber Yard, Hobart Town, properly packed, and fit to be put on board Ship. Samples of the Wool will be required to be forwarded to Sydney. 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 Com- missariat in Van Diemen's Land, from 5th January to 1st April, 1820, inclusive. AT HO Ó ART TOWN :— March 1 — Mr. John Risely 4000. 4 — G. W. Gunning, Esq 3000. Joseph Joh...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

líTTTloNOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has (nought proper to direct, (hat all Public Communications which way appear m me HOBART 10WÎ3 GAZETTE, ena SOUTHERN REPORTERJxgned with any Official Signature, are to be eonfidered as Official Communications made to thofe Pcrfons to whom they may relate. (By COMMAND OF HIS HONO»), H. E. ROBIN soy, Secretary*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

11 An Aft to permit Vclui* onuer a certain Tonnage to trade bftwce« theXJoited King dem and Ntw South Wales. [t2th July, t8ig,] 'J WHEREAS by in ÀÛ paflcdio.tho Fifty. ^ 'hird Yoarûf His pre font Maje fty's'Reign, io " tuuîed, An Aft" for continuing in ihe Eah1 'noia Company, for a further Term»the Pof leihoos of the Britifii Tarricoriea in India, lo. gcthsc tvuh cöiuin «clufcvo Pmücgas ¡ feu i eftabhmtng certain Regulations for theGovera rnentofdhc {aid Territories, and the better Ad ¡miniftratioo of Juitico within the fame; and .for regulating the Trido to and from the Plteei within the Limits of 4he faid Company's Chur. ter ; it was among other Things declared and eDi£Ud,'ihat n0 Ship or VuiTel, the regiftcred ¡Vleafurcment whereof (hall be leis than Three hundred and fifty Tons, ôthcr&hin fuch Ships or Veiïeîs as may be employed by$he EaJÍ India Company as Packets, {hall clear out fröre *ny Port io~fha United Kingdom for lûy Port or Place within *ihe Limits of the faid C...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY Wednesday, 9th Feb. 1820. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

GOVT. AiND GENERAL ORDERS. feOVERNM£NT WO US*, 5T D tf C Y Wednefday, 91h Feb. 1820. CIVIL DEPARTMENT* THE", Go VERNOR, having received from the Right Honorable Earl'BAT H VEST. His M^jefty'i Principal Sscretsry of ¡State for tht Colonies, by the recent Arrival of HiaMaje/ry'a Ship Dromedary, now ia Sydney Cove, two Afti of Parliament, both pafled on «he 12ta of July Uft, ona of which has for it« Object the 'Enlargement of the Trade of thi* Country, h> permitting Vofleli of »ny Burthen to trade he. I ween the United Kingdom and New South Wale« ; and the other, ftaying Proceeding!, bj perfonal Aftionor otherwise, agnnil all Per fon* concerned, for having levied Rfltei or Duties in this Colony previous to the P«fling of iaid Ac!, and continuing for a further limited Period »he faid Ratos or Dut ios, and alfo authorifinjif the Levy of a Duty upon any Spirits mad« withia the Colony; His EXCSLLSNCYÍS piraf«il to order and direct, that the faid AÇts bo publiíhed in the Sydney Gazette, ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. K[?]opwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

HOBART TOWN. SITTING MAGISTRATE - Rev. R. Knopwood, m.A, SHIP NEWS - On Tuesday last arrived from Port Jackson,   the ship Castle Forbes, Captain       Reid, with 180 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintended, Dr. Scott R. N.   -Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Scott, R. N. On Thursday arrived from China, the brig Greyhound, Capt. Campbell, with a valuable cargo of merchandize.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

CAPTAIN CAMPBELL, îa commaod «fthe **-' Greyhoundi proceeding lo Sydney early in the enfuing Week, requefts'to be preíor»t,c¿ with claims (if any) egainfl hitB.ortheOfíiterfc of she above Veffel,Mefîra. RUTIÍBRFO*D U¿ ROY, or crew. / \N Monday next, between io & ao'clocir, ^-^ will be expofed for Sale at Mr. Loaui'i New Refidcnce in Macquai*e»flrcet, Muücrt of ibe following Merchandize, juft imported from China by Captain CAMPMBLL, ofth$ Greyheundj coofifting of an elegant AíTortment of SILKS, Company's Nankeen, banJiomo Tea Sets, Earthenware, fine flavoured Tea,epcn green ditto, Ladies' Shoes, Silk Scarfs and Shawla," London-made Coets fall Dandy }> dit« to Pantaloons ditto, Ladies* Work Boxes,'China Flannel, preierved Ginger, fine frefh Sago, and a Variety of other choice Articles. N coniequence of abo Settlor«' Grain not being ihraihed out at Pitt Water, the Go. vernor Macquarie will proceed to Port Dal. rymple early in the enfuipg Week,'and from thence to Sydney.--Cap...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town,   Saturday, March 4th, 1820. EDWARD FORD BROMLEY, Esq. appointed Naval Officer at the Port of the Derwent, having arrived, he will immediately take upon him the Duties of his Office; and John Bea- mont, Esq. now in Charge of the Department, will close his Accounts and deliver over Charge from the 1st Instant inclusive to Mr. Bromley, Mr, Beamont will continue to act as Trea- surer of the Police Fund to the end of the cur- rent Quarter, the 31st Instant. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.  

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town,   Saturday, March 4th, 1820. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the PRINCE REGENT, in the Name and on the Behalf of HIS MAJ- ESTY, having been graciously pleased to appoint Mr. RICHARD ROWLAND PRIEST an Assistant Surgeon on the Establishment of         New South Wales ; and Assistant Surgeon   PRIEST having arrived on board the Ship Castle Forbes, by Order of HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, to do Duty in this Settlement, he will receive his Instructions from Mr. Surgeon LUTTRELL. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Saturday, 12th Feb. 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Saturday, 12th Feb. 1820.   HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the PRINCE RE- GENT, in the Name and on the Behalf of         HIS MAJESTY, has been pleased to make the following Promotions by Brevet ; viz. " War Office, 12th August, 1819. " Lieut. Colonel JAMES ERSKINE, C. B. of the 48th Regiment, to be Colonel in the Ar- my; Date of Commission 12th August, 1819.   " Major GILBERT CIMETIERE, of the 48th Regiment, to be Lieutenant Colonel in the   Army; Date of Commission 12th August, 1819. " Captain JAMES MORISSET, of the 48th Regiment, to be Major in the Army; Date   of Commission 12th August, 1819. By Command of His Excellency The Governor, and   Commander of the Forces, H. C. ANTILL, Major of Brigade.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

"An Act to ftay Proceedings againft any Go- vernor or other Pcrfons concerned in irnpof ing & levying Duties in AVw South Wales ; to CÓMÍRUO, until tho Firit Day of January, One thoufand eight hundred and twenty« one, certain Duties ; and to empower the faid Governor to levy a Duty OB Spirits made in the faid Colony. [i2th>ly, 1819,3 '« WHEREAS ftnee the Eftahlifhment at a Co- lony io fltzu South Wales* tb© Governors, or other Partons adminiflering the Government thereof, Ka ve from Time to Time chufad io be raifed and levied certain Rates and Duties up« oa Gooda, Wares, and Merchandise imported into or exported from the Settlement* therein : And whereas it is expedient that the faid Go* vernors and all other Parions who may have advifod, iiTued, or executed any Order with re* (peel io the railing or levying any fuch Ralea or Duties ihouid be protected from Vexatious Suits until further Provifton (hall he mad« hy Parliament ; be it therefore enaOsd by sha King's Moil Exce...

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