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

The male convicts arrived per ship Castle   Forbes were landed this morning; 180 at Hobart Town, which were inspected by His Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR and the Honorable the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY;       and a large portion assigned to the service of the settlers. The remaining 50 were landed at Kangaroo Point, destined for Port Dalrymple. The whole of them landed in a state of perfect health and order. On Monday His Honor the Lieutenant Go- vernor and the Honorable the Commissioner of Enquiry visited the Settlement of Clarence Plains; and on Thursday the Settlements of Herdsman's Cove, Black Brush, Green Point, &c. NAUTICAL INFORMATION.-Capt. Camp- bell, of the Greyhound, informs us that on his passage from China hither, he fell in with a   reef of rocks in latitude 19° 59' South, and longitude 103° SO' East.-Captain C. tacked and stood in for the west end of the reef, which was observed to stretch about E...

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'[?] OFFICE, March 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY's OFFICE, March 4th, 1820. FRANCIS DOUGLAS is appointed a Con- stable for Hobart Town.       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 Com missariat in Van Diemem's Land from 5th January to 1st April, 1820, inclusive. AT HOBART TOWN: - March 6 - Joseph Wright 3500, John Clark 2000, 11 - T. W. Birch, Esq. 5000, 15 - Mr. Cawthorn 2000, John Blickworth 1000, Edward Garth 1000, 18 - Edward Garth, jun. 1000, James Garth 500, William Cooper 1000, James Joseph 800, E. E. M. Collins 1000, James Bradshaw 800. 22 - Thomas Chaffey 1000, Francis Flaxmore, jun. 800, Francis Flaxmore 800, Mr. Thomas Salmon 1300, William Jones 800, 25 - John Staples 2000, James McAuley 1000, Thomas Fisher 800, R. McGuire 800, 29 - Mr. Rich. Barker 1000, Mr. James Kelly 1000, Mr.   Henry Thrupp 30...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Saturday, 22d January, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 March 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Saturday, 22d January, 1820. HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the PRINCE REGENT, in the Name and on the Behalf of   HIS MAJESTY, has been graciously pleased to appoint EDWARD FORD BROMLEY, Esquire, now arrived in this Colony per Ship Lord Wellington, to be Naval Officer at Hobart Town, in Van Diemen's Land, in the Room of Mr. John Drummond, with a Salary of Five per Cent, on the Duties to be by him collected at that Station, Commencing from the Date of his taking upon himself the Duties of his Office     there. Mr Bromley is to hold himself in Readiness to proceed to assume his Duties, as Naval   Officer at Hobart Town, on the River Derwent, by the first convenient Opportunity.     By His Excellency the Governor's Command, J. T. CAMPBELL, Secretary.    

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. Best Bread, per lo[?], 6d.; houshold 5d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—'THOMAS BELL, Esq. Best ßread, per loaf, 6d. ; houshold 5d. Prices of articles at this day's market :— Wheat 8s. per bushel ; potatoes 8s. 4d.     per cwt.; ducks 6s. per couple ; fowls 4s.   per ditto ; 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 — 11 March 1820

From SYDNEY GAZETTES we copy the following :—   'The cordage manufactured in this Colony by Mr. Williams, Rope-maker of Castlereagh- street, a few days since underwent a trial on board His Majesty's store-ship Dromedary, of which the following is the result, in the form of certifîcate, signed by Captain Skinner :—   " These are to certify, that Mr. Robert Will- iams, Rope-maker at this place, came on board His Majesty's store-ship under my command, for the purpose of trying the strength of Eng- lish rope, and that made from the New Zea- land hemp ; when, about five fathoms of New Zealand rope, of three inch 57 yarns, dragged five tons thirteen hundred weight, and broke with five tons nineteen hundred weight.—The English rope was then tried ; viz. three inch 60 yarns, and broke with four tons three hun- dred weight ; another coil of the same size of English rope was then got up and tried, which dragged four tons three hundred, and one   quarter,...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 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 other 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. Sample of the Wool will be required to be forwarded to Sydney. NAVAL OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 11th March, 1820. THE Naval Officer will attend at his Office for the Dispatch of Public Business, every     Day from 10 o'Clock till 3 in the Afternoon. ALL Boats not having taken out Licenses for the year 1820, are desired to apply to   the Naval ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 1820

---U-TET Li »UTEN ANT UoTiit.0« tai »bought proper to direa, (hat all Public Communicalions which may. .PI»Wg5 8" A°?KT 7OW GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER,figned with any Official Signature, »re tobeconfideteá»s Officwl fiOBAl > _ , r pprfnns to whom thev mav relate, , __ _ -. ~, *_? /"Vmin ,micationsmadetotl»ofePCrfonstoWl.oa)»heym»yrell.te. - , _ H.V.H».,»M».S«<Ttl«, (Bv" COMMAND OF HIS HOUP»).. H.E.ROBINSON, tecreWÜ.. Deputy Assistant Commissary Genaral'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, inclufive. At HOBART TOWN :-March 15-Mr. Cawthorn 2000 John Blinkworth 1000, Edw Garth 1000. 18-Edw. Garth, jun. 1000, J. Garth 500, Wm. Cooper 1ooot James Joseph 800. F. E. M. Collins 1ooo, James Bradshaw 800. 22 -Thomas Chaffey 1000, Francis Flex more, jun. 8oo, Francis Flexmore 8oo, Mr. T. Salmon 1300, William Jones 8oo .25 - Joh...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 1820

    We copy from a London Paper the fol-   lowing interesting article of intelligence:   London June 26 - Royal christen- ing - On Thursday, being the day appointed for the private christening of the infant prin- cess, the child of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, preparations were made for the ceremo ny at Kensington palace; they royal gold fount was removed from the Tower of London and was fitted up in the grand saloon with crimson velvet coverings. The members of the Royal Family and others assembled at the palace at three o'clock. The Prince Regent was received by the Duke of Kent, and immediately after his arrival the ceremony commenced, which was performed by the Archbishop of Can- terbury, assisted by the Bishop of London. The infant Princess was named Alexandrina Victoria. The sponsors were His Royal High-   ness the Prince Regent, the Emperor Alexan- der, who was represented, as His Imperial Majefly's proxy, by t...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 1820

On Thursday His Honor the LIEUTENANT       GOVERNOR and the Honorable the COMMIS- SIONER of ENQUIRY left town to visit the Settlement of New Norfolk and neighbour- hood; and returned to town yesterday evening. POLICE OFFICER. - On Monday James   Cullen was brought before this office on a charge of assaulting and beating Roger Gavin, con-   stable; which offence being clearly proved, he was sentenced 50 lashes. Patrick Whaling, charged with stealing from Sanwallach, a lascar, one black silk hand-     kerchief, and William Slack with aiding and assisting in said felony, were sentenced - the former 50, and the latter 25 lashes.   William O'Neil, a convict, charged with steal- ing from the person of Hassan Ally, in Liver-     pool-street, in the day-time, a piece of black     silk handkerchiefs 20 in number, 6 silk shawls,   and 3 pa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 1820

ON SALE, at Mr. ROBERTS's in Liverpool- street, for ready Money, or in Wheat or Cattle at the current Price, a fine Assortment of new-invented Iron Ploughs, and other Agri-   cultural Implements; and also sundry Art- icles of newly-imported Ironmongery, Car- penters' and Bricklayers' Tools, a Bolting Machine, &c. T. MACKNAMARA leaving the Settlement in the Governor Macquarie, all Claims to be presented immediately.     HOBART TOWN: PRINTED BY A. BENT.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 March 1820

SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday arrived from Calcutta with   merchandize, the brig Haldane,   Captain Benjamin Orman, late   Commander of the ship Mary. - Passenger, Mr. Walker, of Calcutta. Sailed on Thursday for Port Jackson, the brig Greyhound, Captain Campbell, which arrived last week from China, and from which large supply of tea has been landed here.   Remain in the harbonr, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold; the ship Castle Forbes; and     the brigs Haldane and Governor Macquarie;   and at Pitt Water (where she is receiving wheat and other produce of the Settlement) the brig Jupiter.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

His HONOR Hie LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to eurea, that all Public Communicationstthich may appear in the , HOBART 10WÏS GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RE PORTEli »figncd with any Otficial Signature, are to be confulered as Official fînmmunications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (HY COMMAND OF HIS HONO*)^_H. E. RoBÏNspN, Secretary*

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Police Office, Hobart Town, March 17th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

GOVERNMENT NOUCÜ; Police Office, Hobart Town, March 17th, 1820. w [7 HERE AS it has been represented to His ' HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVBRN OR, that the Wheat Stacks, the Property of Mr. JOHN PRESTAGE of Pitt Water, were consumed by Fire on the Night of the 10th   Inftant ;' His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO VEaNOR has bean pleafed lo iní!ru¿t me to offer a Reward of Ooe Hundred Poundaon the Pan of Government and the Settlers at Pitt Water to any Perlon or Perfons who (hall give Akh Information as will lead to the DatecYion and Conviction of the Offender ot Offenders: And I am further authorized to puhlifh, in ad dition to the above Reward, His HONOR th« LIEUT IN ANT GOVERNOR'S Promtfe to re- commend to His EXCELLENCY theGovFRN OR in CHI a? for a Free Pardon and a Paflsgt to England any Convict now under Sanieret of the Law who (hall give fuch Information as will be the Mean» of bringing the Offender or Offenders to juftice. At W. H. HUMPHRfcYj Superintendant of Police,

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 18th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 18th, 1S20.   HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to nominate and appoint Mr. GEORGE FREDERICK READ and Mr. RICHARD LEWIS to be Members of the Lieutenant Governor's Court of Civil Judi- cature, to be assembled at Hobart Town on   Saturday the 1st of April next ensuing. 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 — 18 March 1820

Heads of European intelligence, with extracts, from London Papers to the latter end of October : Carlisle, a bookseller, had been tried in Lon-   don upon indictment before the Court of   King's Bench, for publishing Paine's Age of Reason, and a book written by an American called Palmer's Principles of Nature. The jury found him guilty on both indictments. The judgment of the Court had not been pronounced. Lord SOMERVILLE had died in Switzerland. The death of that patriotic Nobleman was much lamented. The following account shows that the Powers of Europe had come to some important relolu- tions concerning the Barbary States :— "ALGIERS, SEPT. 10th, 1819.   "An English and French combined squad-     ron, composed of the Rochfort of 80 guns and a brig of war under the command of Sir T. FREEMANTLE, and the French ship Colosses and frigate Galatia, commanded by Vice Ad- miral LEURIN, arrived here on the 3d inst- ant. On th...

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LINES [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

LINES Written in a Cotton Box to a Young Woman, who had entered Servitude through the mis- fortunes of her Family. AN heart that's honest, and of mariners plain—   A mind that's steady, and to please thy aim— A faithful servant, and a cheerful friend ; A mother's comfort in a father's end—   Say can my muse—say can a pen more true, Explain the gifts of nature found in you ? My humble muse will e'en the truth explore, Be so—be happy—and you need no more.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

SALE BY; AUCTION.. PROVOST MARSHAL'S OP PI CI, Hobart Town, March i8th, 1820, In Ihe Lieutenant Governor's Court, M'DONALD V. FRAZIER ÍWILL Ciufc to b« Put up and SOLD hy PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premifes of the Defendant at Pitt Water, on Thurfday next,, ihe 23d Inflant, it 11 o'Clock in the Forenoon, by Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias iflfued from the Lieutenant Governor's Court, a FREEHOLD FA R M, containing about Fifty Acres of Land, and about FIFTY BUSHELS of WHEAT in the Straw, the Property of the Defendant, unlefs the Execution thereon bo previoufly fuperfeded. I JOHN BEAMONT, ProvoftMarfhal. Uti SALE, at Mr. G. F. HEAD'S in Murray-street, FULL PROOF BEN- GAL HUM at 17s. per Gallon ; fine Su gar by the bag at 8jd. per lb. 5 and a Varie- ty of European,-Indian, and other Goods equally reafonable. ¡ ' F' M lt. PRITCHBTT beg« Leave lo inform the Public, that the Gooda imported on the BRIG GUIDE are removing from Mrs. KEARNEY'S Premifes to Mrs. ANSON'S, near   tua 7/h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

PUBLIC NOTlCti. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, March 17»n, 1820. HP H ERE being Reafon to believe that min) ?*? Houfekeepers in Hobin Town do not pay due Attention to the Police Regulations ; No lice in hereby given, that unlefs the Informati- on required by the loth Article of the faid Re» gulations be regularly fumifhed to this Office, Merni will be taken _to enforce the Penalty a ga in (I aU Períoni who fhall be found offending in this Rcfpeft. A. W, H. HUMPHREY, _. Superintendant &f~.Police. Deputy Affiliant CommiiÏBr>TGenerftrs Office, Hobart Town, 26th December, 1819. T 1ST of Perfoot from,whom MEAT will -" ha received by the Officers of the Corn mi (Tarin in Vin Diemen's Land from ¿th Januiry'to aft April, 1820, inclufive. AT HOBART TOWN :- March 22-Thom»a Chaffey 1000, Francia Flaxmore, joo. Soo, Francis Flixmora 80b, Mr, Thomas Salmon A300, William Jone« 809. 25-John Staples acoof James M'Auley 1000, Thomas Fiihei, ;-oo, R. M'Guire Soo. 29-Mr. Richard Barker xooo, M...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 March 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiftrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS.—On Sunday laft arrived from England, His   Majefty's ftore-fhip Coroman-   del, Captain Downie, Com-   mander ; having on board 300 male prifoners, —Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Hume, R. N. The military guard confifts of a detachment of the 46th and 84th Regiments, under the com- mand of Captain Barnard, of the latter, with Lieut. Raines, of the former Regiment. The Coromandel left England the 30th of October, and touched at Rio de Janerio on her paffage. On Monday laft failed for Batavia, the fhip   Caftle Forbes, Captain Reid. Yefterday failed for Port Jackson, the brig Haldane, Captain Orman. Remain in the harbour, His Majefty's ftore- fhip Coromandel and brig Prince Leopold; and ihe brig Governor Macquarie.     On Wednefday morning-His HONOR the LiEUTBKANT Govt RNOR End the HoNORA aLE the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY left town to vi fit the S...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 March 1820

TTTTHÏNOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper «o direft, that all Public Communications whicU mp appear in the flOBART 10WÜ GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RE'PORTER^ncá with any Official Signature, are to bcconfidercd as Official rnmmunications made to thofe Perfons to whom theymay relaie. * ' .» « « f« _A J (By COMMAND OF HIS HONOR),_H. B. ROBINSON, Secretary

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