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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 March 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.—The brig Go- vernor Macquarie, Capt. Hea- ny, sailed on Thursday, first for Port Davey and Macquarie Harbour, having on board JOHN OXLEY, Esq. Surveyor General of the Territory,—Doctor Scott, from the Castle Forbes, and Ensign Lew- is, of the 48th regiment, are passengers also on board. The Governor Macquarie proceeds to Port Dalrymple. This day sailed for Port Jackson, His Ma- jesty's store-ship Coromandel, Captain Downie, having on board 150 of the male prisoners   brought from England. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's brig Prince Leopold ; and at Pitt Water the brig Jupiter.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, March 25th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 March 1820

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, March 25th, 1820. THE Evening Bell will ring at 8 o'Clock, commencing on Monday the 27th Inst- ant, till further Orders. DANIEL REGAN, in Lieu of--——Smith, permitted to resign, and John McCanne,     are appointed Constables of Hobart Town. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Police Office, Hobart Town, March 17th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 March 1820

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Police Office, Hobart Town, March 17th, 1820. WHEREAS it has been represented to HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, that the Wheat Stacks, the Property of Mr.  JOHN PRESTAGE, of Pitt Water, were con-          sumed by Fire on the Night of the 10th Instant ; and there being Reason to appre- hend that it may be the Act of some Incend- iary. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVER- NOR has been pleased to instruct me to offer a Reward of One Hundred Pounds on the Part of Government and the Settlers at Pitt Water to any Person or Persons who shall give such Information as will lead to the Detection and   Conviction of the Offender or Offenders :--And     I am further authorized to publish, in addition to the above Reward, HIS HONOR the LIEUT- ENANT GOVERNOR'S PromiSe to recommend   to HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF for a Free Pardon and a Passage to England any Convict now under Sentence of the Law &amp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 March 1820

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.   TAKE NOTICE, that I intend to apply to the Honorable the Supreme Court of Civil Judicature (through the Medium of its Com- missioner at this Settlement) for Letters of Administration to the Estate and Effects of   the late Mr. DENNIS McCARTY, of New Nor- folk : All Persons therefore having Claims or Demands against the said Estate are required forthwith to present them to me ; and all Per- sons standing indebted to the said Estate are   likewise required and positively directed to suspend the Payments of their respective   Accounts, until the necessary legal Author-   ity shall be exhibited to demand them. WM. JEMOTT. JUST arrived, and on Sale at KEMP and Co's. in Macquarie-street, a fashionable Assortment of Ladies' Straw Bonnets; Buck Skin, Doe, and Kid Gloves; rich Leghorn and White Satins; Thread Lace; Poblins; Hair Brushes ; Women's Cotton Stockings ; Gentle- man's Neck-handkerchiefs;...

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

----^ Weieie£t the following from lace Eng Iiih Papers :. ON POPULATION,-Sdppoííng&ho Earth to be peopled with 1,000,000,000 of inhabit- ants, and allowing 33 yeara tor a generation» thedetths of each year amount to 3omiliions of each day Ho 82,000, and of each hour *o 3,416. But as the number of deaths is to the number of births aa 10 to 12, 'inore are bom yearly^ö^ooojooo-daily 98,630, and hourly 4,109. Reckoning only ^hree generations,to a cen< tury, and fuppofing the world has exifted 5700 years, (but the modern Jews count \ho prelect year 1819, lobo A.M. 5579)'«here have been only 173 generations from ibe Creation, 125 Ance the Deluge, and 55 fincetfre Chriftian /En. »»Out of every íoa^bere dh annually 30; and the number 0/inhabitants of every City and Country is renewed, every 30 years. A CNRAP ANO EAIY WAY TO RAISI Afir AR A GUS»-Make&he bed quite flat, five feet wide of good foil, without any dung, long or ihort ; fow it with onions-then lo wawi ¡a...

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

We are sorry to have again to report another most melancholy accident by the upsetting of a boat in our river. On Tuesday morning last, a boat, which was conveying four persons to New Norfolk, owing to the weight of a man who had imprudently climbed up the mast to clear the jib, and a puff of wind at the moment, suddenly upset off Han- gen's Point, near the same place where the two unfortunate men a few weeks ago lost their lives by a similar accident. By this late unhappy occurrence, we are concerned to state that two lives have also been lost :— Mr. Dennis McCarty, an old and much respected Settler, who only the day before had arrived in town from his resi- dence at New Norfolk ; and Catherine Wood, a very old infirm woman, widow of the late Matthew Wood, some time ago murdered at New Norfolk. It appears that immediately after the boat's upsetting, Mr. McCarty and the two men swum some short distance towards the shore ; when one of them perceiving ano- ther boat coming down the ri...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 March 1820

PUBLIC NOTICE. j Pones OFFICB* HOBART TOWN,I March 17th, 1820. HP HERE being Reafonio believe that man) -*. Houfekeepen in Hobart Town do not ply Cue Attention co the Police, Regulation* ; Np. tico is hereby given, that unlefa the Informaii» on required ^y the 16th Ar tide,of the ia id Re gulationi, Is pubjiflied in April 1816, and ih» íílatre-pübliíhed inAuguft *8i8,be regularly f'Jrnifhed to this Office, Mean« will baiaken to enforcethe Penalty igainft all Perfooa who &ill bo found Offend¡Dg inihii Rcípcft. A. W.H. HUMPHREY, _Superintendant of Police, NAVAL OFFICE, HOBART Town, March 18th, 1820, NOTICE is hereby given, that no Moneys will be received at this Office for the   Payment of Government Duties, but Sterling Money, Commissary's Bills, Subsistence Bills, and the Notes of the Bank of New South Wales, ALL Boats not having taken out Licenses   for the Year 1820, are desired to apply to the Naval Officer on or before the 31st Instant for the s...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

Hu HoNOit Hie LisuTBNÄriT GOVERNOR bas thought proper to'direa* thal all,Public Communications which may' *PPe*r'" T HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER^igned willi any Official Signature, are tobe confidered as Ofiicia! Communications made tolhofe Perfons to whom they may relate. -"*,*«« c t»»» (By COMMAND OF HIS HOHOQ, _ II. E. ROBIN so *,,Secretary,

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. Assize of Bread—Wheatan 6d.; Houshold 5d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Mâgiftrate-Rev, R. Knopwood, M.A¿ Aífize of Bread-Whasteh öd.'; Böulhold ôd* SHIP News.-The ship Castle Forbes, Captain Reid, having put into the Huon River to take in some spars after sailing   from this port for Batavia, as reported io our paper the week before last, proceeded on har voyage tast Sunday. The ship Eliza, Captain Hunt, from Port Jackson, having on board the Merino ram lambs from Mr. McArthur's flocks for this Settlement, arrived on Monday in six days. - Passengers, Mr. Chambers, of the late 21st Dragoons, and family; Mr, Joseph Whitfield; and Mrs. Robert Howe. Remain in the harbour, His Majefty's brig Prince Leopold; and theihip Eliza, which will fail in a day or two for Batavia j and al Pitt Water, the brig Jupiter.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

His Majesty's store ship Dromedary, accompanied by the new schooner Prince Regent,   sailed from Port Jackson on the 14th of February for New Zealand.   The ship Claudine, and the brigs Greyhound   and Guide, lately from this port, had arrived at Sydney previous to the Eliza's departure;   when the ship Regalia was on the eve of returning here, with a valuable cargo on board.   This vessel will, we understand, as soon as her cargo is discharged here, proceed on a whaling voyage; and about July next, it is expected she   will sail from hence for England. The Admiral Cockburn with a valuable cargo, the produce of the Colony, consisting chiefly of wool, sailed from Sydney for England on the 1st ult. Among the passengers were, Mr. Berry, Mr. Kermode, Mrs. Reibey and three daughters, Mr. Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Drummond. The Robert Quayle had also sailed for the fishery at New Zealand.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

See Supplement.     HOBART TOWN: PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 1st, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

GOVT, AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 1st, 1820. EDWARD FOORD BROMLEY, Esq. Naval Officer, will take upon him the Duty and Charge of Treasurer of the Police Fund of   Van Diemen's Land from this Date; and   the present Acting Treasurer will deliver   over the Accounts and Balance in Hand, after the Audit of Quarterly Accounts to the 31st Ultimo, which is appointed to     take Place on Tuesday the 4th Instant. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Police Office, Hobart Town, March 17th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Police Office, Hobart Town, March 17th, 1820. WHEREAS it has been represented to HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, that the Wheat Stacks, the Property of Mr. JOHN PRESTAGE, of Pitt Water, were con- sumed by Fire on the Night of the 10th ïnstant ; and there being Reason to appre- hend that it may have been the Act of some Incendiary, HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to instruct me to offer a Reward of One Hundred Pounds on the Part of Government and the Settlers at Pitt Water to any Person or Persons who shall give such Information as will lead to the De- tection and Conviction of the Offender or   Offenders :—And I am further authorized to   Publish in addition to the above Reward, HIS   HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S promise to recommend to HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF for a Free Pardon   and a Passage to England any Convict now under Sentence of the Law who shall give such Informatio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

PUBLIC NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, March 17th, 1820. THERE being Reason to believe that many Housekeepers to Hobart Town do not pay due attention to the Police Regulations ; Notice is hereby given, that unless the Information re-   quired by the 16th Article of the said Regula-   tions, as published in April 1816, and the 1st as re-published in August 1818, be regularly furnished to this Office, Means will be taken to enforce the Penalty against all Persons who shall be found offending in this Respect. A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Superintendant of Police.     LOST, between the Coal River and New     Plains, on the 15th Instant, a brown Gov-     ernment Horse, nag tailed, near 15 hands high ; had on a Saddle with Holsters, and a Boat Cloak strapped on.—Any one bringing   him to the Lumber Yard, Hobart Town, or giving Information so that he may be found, shall be rewarde...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

fl The following; remark« upon the Merina« fheep, and their management in Hungary,: are from an article in the Farmer's Ma- ' ga&iiie ; being an extrait from Dr, ßright's Travels in Hungary ; SHEEP,-It was here that we found the fin- ed of all the Hunyadi flocks, and that upon which the proprietor chiefly depends for hi» future progrefs. f ihall therefore take this op- portunity to fpéak more at large refpe&mg the li reed, and the care takari in its improvement. The Original breed of Hungarian íheep is, in faft, the real avis ftfpfiaros of authors, cover- ed with very coarfe wool; and hearing upright fpiral horns. Improvement on this (lock, hy croffes with other varieties, is become to gen«r al, that a flock of the native race is feldom to be met with, excepting upon the citâtes of the «lergy. " The great improvement has been by the in- troduction of the Spanifti blood. Some of the great proprietors have themfclves imported from Spain ; others have obtained rams from...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

Having received Sydney Gazettes to the 18th ult. by the Eliza, we felc£t the fol- lowing : ST8KBY, MARCH 4.- On Wednerday lafl arrived His Imperial Ruflian MajeftyVfhip Bligonamtrenei (Good Intention), Captain Schifchmaref; and on Thurfday her confort, the Otkrtetie (Difcovery), Commodore. Wafii jeff.-They are veflela fitted out for the pur pofesof difcovery, and failed from Cronftidt the 151h of July Jaft, calling on $heir way hither at Copenhagen, PortfmÖntb, and Riode Janeiro j and, after a toort day at this port, will retome their voyage, intending to proceed direct io Kamfchatka« Ttfe o bj eel of the expedition fitted out by the Ruffian Government, under Commodore WaAiLjarr, is, we are given to underftand, the discovery of a Northern paffage^, in the event of failing to accompliih which, indruc. tiöns have been iflued to the Officerf> entruded with the corammd of the expedition, to pro» ceed upon ihe ice as far as may be found prac. ticable ; for which purpofes the ve ii«Is ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

Yesterday being Good Friday, divine service was performed. Authentic information has been received by the Eliza, that the Young Lachlan schooner, which was cut out of the Derwent by a band of piratical convicts in the month of February 1819, had been seized at Batavia, and the pirates   put in prison; from whence they will be re-   turned to this country to answer for their crimes. The Merino lambs were landed on Wednes- day; and though they appeared to have suf- fered from their voyage, they have since con- siderably recovered; and with the grass which the late rain may be expected to renew, they will no doubt in a short time be wholly restored. - We are sorry to find that a considerable num- ber died on the passage;- from what cause is not exactly known; but sheep seem to suffer   more than any animal from confinement, and from any deterioration as to air; and it ap- pears extremely difficult to secure them, when transported in large numbers,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

ADVERTISEMENTS.   LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION   The Undersigned hereby gives Notice, that it is his Intention to apply to the Honorable the Judge of the Supreme Court for Letters of Administration to the Estate and Effects of the late Captain WILLIAM COLLINS, formerly of Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, deceased; he having Claims against the said Estate to a large Amount. GEORGE HOWE. Sydney. March 11, 1820. The Undersigned, Mrs. MARY McCARTY, intending to apply to the Supreme Court of Civil Judicature of this Territory (by the Medium of its Commissioner at this Place) for Letters of Administration to the Estate and Effects of her deceased Husband, Mr. DENNIS   McCARTY, of New Norfolk, all Persons are required forthwith to furnish her with Claims and Demands against the said Estate ; and all Persons standing indebted to the Estate and Effects of the said Mr Dennis McCarty are requiredto make Payment of the same to the Undersigned, and not to any other ...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWT, 1st APRIL, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 April 1820

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS.               GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, 1st APRIL, 1820. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to direct, that the following   Statement of the Police Fund of Van Diemen's Land for the Quarter ending December 31st. which has been returned (approved) by His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR IN CHIEF, shall be published for general Information. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, Henry Edward Robinson, Secretary:   The POLICE FUND of VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, in Account Current with JOHN BEAMONT, Esq. Treasurer, for the Quarter ending December 31st, 1819.       To paid Oscar Davis, for Candles supplied the Gaol and Watch-house. - £16 1s. 0d. Thomas Dixon, for Skins. - 6 13 o             James Jones, for Leather Platting . - 1 0 0   Chief Constable, Reward for apprehending William ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 8 April 1820

HTTHONOR the LIIÜTBNANT GOVERNOR bus'thought proper to direft, that ill Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RE PORTER Signed with any Officiai Signature, are to be confuiereil as Officiai Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they-may relate. {BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR),_H.K. RoBiNSON/fofreftirg.

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