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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

S£o ?wtt&$QXûstnt$* .We are of course obligad to all our Correspon- dents. But our poetical ones will excuse us if toe reject their contributions, unless they are at feaßt original, and capable of either instructing, or 'entertaining our Readers. * Bread at itsp> event price ; Lato Charges at 'their present'rate ; the Sheriff's Office)'s in such full, activity ; and» purchased Lands threatened to^ be confiscated io the Church, ' arc sad checks vpon poetical taste. Our other Correspondents will forgive our poit porting their favours, owing to the press of temporary matter. Assize of Bread-8d. Currency. ' Sitting Magistrate-A. MOODIE, Esq. .

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

ISLIZABiiTJl-STÄEET. **0tf» fiRKAT BARGA NS.-Messr,. SMITir BA <UT TEY, and Co. respectfully infi«£Î îi . FriendsiAd the Publi?, thÄieXeVT ceived from on board the William Shanda. H Qíh0er,íepCe-nt ArriVaIs $» Stowing S50*dnsd at such Prices as never have yet been offiîf î *J îhe^blic-Messrs. S. B. and Co be^tí state, that they are enabled to sfell 2<?n cent, cheaper than any House in üoiK Town, w consequence of having GooA' their House in London, by elèrv Ar?0"i from England.-London ell-wide points «Fi verv sunenor fahrin am\ f,** ~A'««»«»or a Hollands 17d.to 2ld., biixk bombaseíS to 20d., plaid silks fo¿ dresse!lÏM white and Coloured satins 9s. to 10s. Od' black laventme and sarcenets 6s. 6d.. cn oured gros de Naples 10s. 6d. Irish «T lins 5s.. 6d. tissue1^ handkerchrlfs 6s IT gauze ditto 9s. 6d., French nett ditto öl 6? white and coloured 4-4ths crape 7s. 2p blond laces 2s. 6d. to Ös. 6d" UrIWRAS;> %¡..fld. to 4s, quilling "efesd."^ f¿dt0 Leghorn bonnets ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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British Extract. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. A TAILOR'S BILL. POPE V. CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

British Extract. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. A TAILOR'S BILL. POPE V. CONSTABLE. Mr. Serjeant TADDY showed cause against a rule obtained by Mr. Serjeant Vaughan. The action was brought to recover the value of a coat supplied, by the plaintiff, who is a tailor. The sura charged for it was £3 10s. The iule obtained was to set aside an award, the parties having agreed to refer their dif- ferences to an arbitratoi, »hose decision was objected to, on the giound that he ex- amined witnesses who would not have been allowed in a court of justice. Mr. Serjeant Taddy submitted that there was a positive stipulation between the parties to icfer the case to Mr. Chubb, of Mansfield. Mr. Justice PAUK-Is not £3 10ss. cheap for a coat ? Mr. Serjeant TADDY-I think very cheap, my Lord. Mr. Justice PARK-If it had been known to the Court that the sum was so small, I doubt whether the Court would have grant- ed the i ule. It is really harrassing. Mr. Sei jeant TADDY read an affidavit. CHIEF JUSTICE-Did the ar...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

COLONIAL SECRETATY'S OFFICE, June 15fA, 1825. EARL BATHURST has been pleased to I appoint WILLIAM SORELL, Esquire, Registrar of the Supreme Court in Van Piemen's Land. By Command of His JExcelkncy, F. GOULBURN, Colonial Secretary. <&obmimmt tfu&Ife Notice. Colonial Secretary's Oßee, June 29th, 1825. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR is pleased to direct, that in. the Payment from the Colonial Funds of New South Wales and its Dependencies of all Civil Salaries and Allow- ances of Stelling1 Rate, which shall become due for the Period subsequent to the com- mencement of the ensuing Quarter, on the 1st July next, the Spanish Dollar shall be valued at Four Shillings and Four-pence, instead of | Four Shillings, as heretofore ; the former Rate being that at which, according to the Govern- ment Notification of the 24th April last, the said Coin is received in Liquidation of Suras due and payable in Sterling Money, on Ac- count of the Colonial Revenue. , AH Claims, for S...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1825. , Security of property and of personal liber- ty form the first principles of all Governments. For the furtherance of these objects, all Laws arc made ; and that is the best system <5f Go- vernment under which these securities are ob- tained in the most effectual manner, and at the cheapest rate. The recent Act of Parlia- ment is most lamentably defective es to one of these points ; for personal liberty can nevci be decidedly secure, where a trial by 'the equals of the accused, by his'Peers, as Juries are supppscd 1o be, is not his light. That security of properly is equally problematical, a recent occurrence has given us great reason to apprehendi It is well known that the great mass of landed property, possessed by indivi- duals in these-Colonies (not more here than in the sister state), has íepeatedly changed hands, and that it should have done so, has been one of the great souices of Colonial prosperity. For it is obvious, that instances are con...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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LAW REPORT. Supreme Court, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

&ÜW aoiPiMa? JULY 12. H-rs HONOR the CHICF JUSTICE this day delivered judgment upon the Jury Question, nearly to the following effect:-. Phis is'a Bule obtained by the Solicitor-General, granted upon the affidavits of several per- sons, which state certain matters requiring the interference ota Grand J.ury. ' i hat upon an application to the Court of Carter Sessions, the applicant» were informed by the Chair- man, that no Grand Jury were sitting; that no precept for the assembling that body had i-sued, nor was it the intention to isiue one. The Rule in point of form has been obtained against the ."viagistrates; bat! believe in point of fact, this is a contrivance, originating in them, in order to lu ve justice done in the in- stances referred to, as speedily and satisfac- torily as possible ; and with this object, tbey have considered it pioper to'conti ive the present application. Therefore the ali» litest blame cannot be imputed either to lhe"paity applyingjor to those aga...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

To the EDITOR." Sin,-I have lately observed a sensible letter in your I\ipei, signed " A Constant Reader," hUggestingmeasuies for thegreater security of sheep. I his unquestionably is a subject which demands the instant and serious attention of eveiy stockholder and wool-grower in the Colony. No one will contend but it is high tithe to adopt some pieventative to render stock of all kinds as safe from future depredations as may be ; Settler* thetcloie should disclose their sen timcuits, and fut nish feasible plans to the President of the Agricultural Society (or other persons taking the lead in the business), thtough the medium of your columns, or in any other proper way, and that to be chosen as a giouiid work which may be thought most adequate for the purpose. To this end 1 beg leave to biing forward a few plans, which 1 really thiuk might be of service here, from the experience I have had of their efficacy in another quarter of the globe, where they are acted upon on an ex- tended...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

. -000-' To the EDITOR. SIR,-It was expected that the acting Na- val Officer would have profited by the les- sons that he received, as to the petty annoy- ances to which persons, either landing or embarking at the wharf, are subjected ; but it appears that his fondness for exhibiting " the fondness of his brief authority" over- powers every other^ consideration. For ex- ample-two or three days ago, the servant of Mr. Ritchie {a passenger per the Mary Hope, a gentleman of the greatest respecta- bility) .was bringing his master's deskon shore, when he was «topped on landing, and delay- ed several hours until ¡t was searched-as ¡f Mr. Ritchie could have secreted rum or to- bacco ¡n his desk.-Let us not be told of the custom in England, because the^ comparison does not apply.-There, a writing-desk could contain lace, silk, cambric, or other heavily customed articles. Here, tobacco and rum are alone subject to-duties which would give temptation to smuggling.-Again, a woman carne on-shore...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

?ïjt|3 i Yesterday arrived1 fhe ship Elizabeth, Cap tairi^GôIJihs, from Sydney the 6lh Jilly ; having on board Major .Kirkwood, two Captains, four Subalterns, and iSöiank and file, of the 40lh ïtegithcfit, to relieve Major Mai lay and ,the detachment of the 35tifls stationed heie.-Wc fchall give tlic names of the Officers in our next. -Passengers, Mr. V/right, and seveialothcis. --She brings down 10 horses, about 1000 bushels of wheat and Indian corn, a quantity of oranges, and a vaiiety of other mcichan dizc-The Elizabeth proceeds from hence to Sincnpore and Batavia, touching at Sydney. Saded on Friday last, the bl ig Nereus, Cap- tain Swindles, for Pott Dalrymple. Sailed yestoiday for Sydney the ship Mary Hope, Captain Fat mci-.-Pa^senííeis, William Claik, Esq. and A. M. Ritchie, Esq. of Calcutta The William Shand, Captain Kenn, is ex- pected to sail this day for Port Jackson, ta- king up as Passengers, Captain Laughton, Mr. T. Lewis, Mr. Webster and »family, Mr. Fisher, and Mrs. ...

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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

Sydney Intelligence. By the Elizabeth we have received Sydney   Papers up to the 30th June, inclusive ; from which we are only now enabled to make the following brief extracts :— The Rules and Regulations for the Prac- tise of the Supieme court have been pub- lished in an Order of Council, dated June 22d, 1825.-We shall next week inseit the whole of these interesting documents. We now, in reference to an article in another part of our Paper, niake the following ex- tract. After enacting that the Rules and Oiders shall be consistent with, and similar to the Law and Practise of thev Courts at Westminster, so far as the condition and cir- cumstances of the Colonies will admit, it goes on to state as follows :-. " And it is further ordered, that the said Rules and Orders shall be so framed as to promote, as far as possible, Economy and Expedition in the Despatch of the Business of the said Court, and that, as far as conveni- ently may be, the same shall be plain, sim- ple, ...

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Port Dalrymple News. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 July 1825

Port Dalrymple News. Extracts from the Letter of our Launceston Correspondent, dated the 19th instant :-- The St. Michael will shortly sail for Sydney. The bodies of two men were brought into town on Tuesday, they having been found in the Macquarie River, in which it appears the poor fellows were unfortunately drown- ed, in attempting to cross it in a pianoforte case, by the force of the current overturning it. An Inquest was held ; and it appeared that they had been drinking. Pawley, the notorious bush-ranger, who was lately taken, is gone out with a party of soldiers, in search of M'Cabe and Brady, the murderers. A man in my employ, holding a ticket of leave, was put into a cell last Sunday week, and kept locked up until the following Sab- bath, without any trial, and then let out. The crime for which he was so confined, was for standing at the Muster with his arms folded over his breast. It seems he has not been a soldier. Is this justice or is it tyranny. One of our late contrac...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

To Our Readers. As it was publicly stated by the Attor- ney General on the late Trial, that Mr. AN- NDREW BENT only succeeded a person named       COOK (or CLARK) in the printing of the Hobart Town Gazette " some 7 or 8 years ago," we deem if our duty to correct this no doubt un- intentionable error. And we again positively assert, that we commenced the Hobart Town Gazette about 10 years ago ; and that no person whatever ever assisted us in our undertaking, and we do without fear of contradiction add, that no Paper was ever printed in this Colony before ours with the same title, or any thing at all resembling it even in appearance. We can prove that we purchased our own type, ink, pa- per, and a press many years previous to His Honor Lieut. Governor ARTHUR'S appointment to this Colony. We trust these fabrications, about prior rights may be no longer repeated, until at least a little enquired into.-Next week we shall enter more fully into these ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1825. It will be seen by the report of the trial, the King (on the ex officio Information of the At- torney-General) v. Bent, inserted in another part of our Paper, that the Defendant, the Pro- prietor, Printer, and Publisher of the Hobart Town Gazette, has been found guilty of a Li- bel. In troubling our Readers with a few words on this subject, we have to offer to them, our apologies for intruding upon them what may appear to be only privately affecting ourselves, and thus occupying space, which they have a right to find each week appropriated to their information, instruction, or entertainment ; but this is not exactly the case. The observations   we are about to trouble them with, and these (we shall endeavour to compress into the smal- lest compass) are of a nature which very ma- terially concern the Public. We bow with the utmost deference and respect to the ver- dict which has gone against us. We find no fault with the manner in which the Law Off...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

We luiViB toacknoiíled;e the receipt of a Com- munication, relative \Q the conduct of certain Magistrate* in the Interior. Ii shall not be lost sight f. (fit Want of i qo n obliges us to reserve several Adveitisemen s, Official JV'oiificaiions, and (nteiesting Articles of Intelligence until our ncjbt. Z is inadiúissihh. i1 -i i h $T Assize of Bread-7 id. Sitting Magistate-J)r. Scott, R. N. Death of the Dollar System!-We have the happiness to inform our Readers, that the sum of Fifty Thousand Pounds iu, Co- lonial Silver Coin, of steiling denomination, is on the passage to these Colonies, for cir- culation,- A.nd any individual is to receive Treasury Bills for whatever sum 'he may hold of this Cqin, on payment of a premium equal to the^cxpence of freight and insur- ance, which is supposed will not exceed three per cent. A Detachment of the Royal Staff Corps, consisting entirely of Artificers, is on tl<e way out'for the service of these Colonies. The establishment of 'the R...

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GREAT NORTHERN WHIG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

gííeat jmnrssiiN whig' club. The Annual Meeting of the Whig Club «of Cheshire and the adjoining counties will take place on Monday next, the 11th of January. £>ir J. T.Stanley, Bart, will take the Chair, supported by. Earl Grosvenor, Lord Crewe, aud ali the Whig Nobility of the uoithern counties of England. ,lt was proposed at the last Meeting that a declaration of the principles on which they associate should be prepared against the next anniversary % and we aie now enabled, by an- ticipation, to lay it before our readeis. At the Geneçal Meeting of the Whig Club of Cheshire and the adjacent counties, .held , iu October, 18l2, it was resolved unanimous- ly, that the Club should publish a declaia tionofits political principles; and a Com- mittee was appointed 'to carry that Resolu- tion into effect. In obedience to the direc- tions of the Club, a declaration was accord- ingly submitted for its consideration at fhe last General Meeting, when it was agreed thRtthe paper should be pr...

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Original Correspondence. To the EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

Original Cutmpowöfnce» To the Editor. Sir,--The Letter in your last Paper signed j " Johnnie-new-come," containing reflections ' on the Naval Officer,, as the cause of the petty annoyance to which persons are said to be sub- jected, "either on landing or embarking at the wharf,", requires from me a brief notice. The odium, if any be merited for the performance of a public duty, rests on me, and not on the , Naval Officer. His orders to meare, "to protect the Revenue with as little iucoriveni- I euee to individuals as may be possible;" and, in the instance complained ot, I pronounce the statement to be us false as it is malicious. A writing-de^k, accompanied by some bottles of wine, having been landed without a permit, during my temporary absence from the wlfarf, the Constable in attendance detained both, and placed them for a quarter of an hour (not " for several-houis") in my office for security until I returned. The desk was not opened, and, but for the circumstance of its being l...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

Advances* on Shipments of Colonial Produce. npHK undersigned are authorized by one JL of the first Meicantile Houses in London to make liberal Advances on Shipments of Colonial Produce, on being furnished by re- sponsible Persons with Orders for Insurance, to be transmitted to England previous to such Shipment.-They will therefore be happy to negocíate with Persons disposed to snip by the next Vessel after the Cumberland, so that their Orders for Insurance may be im- mediately furnished and forwarded by the Ship Cumberland!, ' Bethune & Grant. NOTICE to the Creditors of Thomas Lem primie, at present of New-town, butlate ly carrying on Business in Hobart Town, un- der the Firm of Lemprieiik and Co.--All Per- sons who are Creditors of the said Thos. James Lempriere, or holdei s of his Promissory Notes, ate requested to deliver in a Statement of their Claims to the Undersigned, at his Office in Mncquaric-street._Thomas Lempriere. ^ELECT LIBRARY.-For Sale, about 800 k3 Volumes, ...

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SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1825. The KING (on the Ex Officio Prosecution of the Attorney-General) v. Mr. ANDREW BENT, for a Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 29 July 1825

SUPREME COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 26,1825, THE KING (on the Ex Officio Prosecution of the Attorney-General) v. Mr. Andrew Bent, for a Libel.     The Solicitor-General (A. Stephen, Esq.)   opened the pleadings, stating, that this was an Information, filed ex officio, by His Ma- jesty's Attorney-General, against Mr.Andrew Bent, the Proprietor, Printer, and Publisher of the Hobart Town Gazette, for a Libel up- on His Honor Lieutenant Governor Arthur. The Information consisted of five counts : the first was for composing, printing, and pub lishing a false, scandalous, and malicious Li- bel of and concerning Lieutenant Governor Arthur, published in the Hobart Town Ga- zette of the 8th of October, 1824, as follows : [The Hobart Town Gazette,and Van Diemen's         Land Advertiser- Equally pussilanimous, equally reprehensible, are the assumptions of a false claim, and the abandonment of a just one! With ...

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(From the Sunday Times, January 13, 1825.) SHAMEFUL OPPRESSION. COURT OF KING'S BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 August 1825

(From the Sunday Tipts, January 1-3, 1825..) SifAMEFÙL OPPRESSION. Couittf-à*"King's Bench. The Attorney-Gén^l showed cause in this case against' a ruta"; which Mr. Gurney, during the last Miçhaelrnas Term, obtained to shew cause'"whyma criminal information should not be granted against Mr. W. J. Cle- ' ment, as, Proprietor and Publisher of The* Morning Chronicle^ for several alledged li- bels printed in that journal in the month of Augustnlast, and reflecting upon the character and^conduct of Mr. Kenrick;, a Ma- gistrate of the'county of Surrey, one of his Majesty's Justices, of Great Sessions in Wales, and Recorder of Dover. %,/-* TheAttorney-Gene^al contended, that such ' conduct as,the whole ofuhe proceedings-ffp . Mr. Kenrick displayed, was Jharsh, severe»*^ and oppressive : and that^the editor of a pub- "' lie newspaper, as, well as^every other indivi- ' dual, was justified in publishing it to the woçld, accompanied by such observations, as whole of tiie articles iyhtch were't...

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(From the Sunday Monitor, April 4, 1824.) NEWSPAPER LIBEL. WATTS V. BAINES. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 August 1825

(From the Sunday Monitor, April 4, 1824..) NEWSPAPER LIuEL. Watts v. Baines. Mr. Scarlett stated the case. The plaintiff, Mr. Watts, is the editor of a newspaper, which is published in Leeds, called The Leeds Intelligenter. The defendant, Mr. Baines, is the Editor of a rival newspaper called " The Leeds *Verciuy." When Mr. Watts, who was not w holly unknown in the literary world, un- dertook the management of the Intelligencer, he found it a paper of great antiquity, and zealous for the maintenance of its character, he carne into occasional collision with the rival Editor, He (Mr. S.) did not deny that the pen had been weilded sometimes on both sides, and that there had been some previous altci cation between the two parties, bo long as that contest was carried on in the fair spirit'j of newspaper controversy, Mr. Watts did not, and would not, appeal to any other* weapou than his own paper. Mr. Justice Bayley here suggested that the best course which the parties could take would be,...

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