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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

* CROSS MARSH MARKET: AT a numerous Meeting of Gentlemen assem- bled at RANSOM'S INN, Green Ponds, immedi- ately after the Market held at the Cross Marsh, - on tKeÄ4ffi instant. THOMAS ANSTEY, Esq. J.P.in the Chair. v ^ It was Resolved, THAT the Market, in future, he held Quarterly on the following days, namely, first Wednes- day in September,. December, March, and June, respectively, and that the next Market Day be Wednesday, the 5th of September. , ALEX. REID, Secretary. FOR SALE a large HOUSE with two fronts the corner of Bathurst and Barrack-streets, The price £80. sterling. Apply to GEORGE LANGFORD, Elizabeth-street. July â4,! 1827. "' . '; -? ??? ? ??T*.i¿ Si ? * "f.- -* -T- - - .. - - .- -x-- - - * | r11 - rr ? ?' r , j - --???-!-mr Ti mr ' -'II ' wij .._???i j mir*'i '' MR. GATEHOUSE acquaint the pábilo i that his fine black STALLION,^ imported by Captain Langdon in the c* Hugh Crawford''and only Three Years old, will be allowed to covert a limited number of Mares at £5 each...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

; GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1827. THE periods for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly. 171. John Ditcher, alias Ditch, Caledonia*! j 341. George Crocker, Juliana*, 1 186. Joseph Reece, Ditto, , ! 340. VFm* George Cunningham Ditto, j 286. Henry Speckman, Ditto, ^ j 334. Thomas Comen, Ditto, t 195. Thomas Wilson, Prince Repent \ 219. Thomas Girling, Medwai/\. 805. Robert Bailey, Guildford, 4» 150. James Johnston, Claudine S37 William Shalligo, "Cou. Harcourt 'By Command of His Excellency, : : The Lieutenant Governor. . J. BURNETT,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

* -: . ' '- " GOrERNMENT JVOTÏCE. [' - Colonial Secretary's Officc^July 19, 1827." REQUIRED for the Public Service, the undermentioned Artistes .. CHAIRS^ cane bottoms, or others, of good quality, Six, ' Sykes''s Hydrometer, One, Lime Hair, One hundred bushels, Blacksmiths'files roughßat Ons gross, Red Tape, One gross pieces, Wafers, Three dozen pieces, Hair Brooms, v Six, Blotting Paper, Three reamsf Sand ditto. One ditto. Tenders sealed and endorsed u Tenders for Stores" with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this , Office until noon on Tuesday the 31 si. instant* Samples to be sent on the same day to the OrdnanceStorekoepcr, By Command of His Evcellency, _J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTUCE. Colonial Secretary's 'Office, July 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

, "II, II» ??">?." -??' "'? - ? '». " M,"...M- " ?? , ?. ??? ., .,, -' y:>.*&àvBtàjviJif]e^cotíes, \ " :*.. 1 _. . -.:' Colonial Secretary's 'Office, July 26, 1827. REQfflRBDfur the Public Service,.the undermentioned Jrtides i"" ' Whale Oil (fine) with cask* ' Foolscap Paper, Demy dil lo, Sealing Wax, (red) Wafer Stamps, Glass Ink Stands, (common) Camel Hair Pencils, Hour Glass Half Hour ditto Blue Cloth, (seconds) ¿tates, ' Slate Pencils, it Ten dejrß,sealed and endorsed u Tenders for Stores" with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this Office until noon on Tuesday the 7th. of august* Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Storekeeper. Three tons Thirty Reams Ten Ditto Ten Pounds One Dozen Ditto Three Dozen One Ditto Thirteen Yaards Three Doz°n . Nine Dozsn By Command of His Excellency, j _[_J-BVRJsrETT. j

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, July 19, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, _ . , Colonial Secretary'* Office, July 19, 1887*. F THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has much pleasure to announce the Capture of the three remaining Convicts, who after attempting to ?nrprisethe Emma Kemp cutter, absconded into ?r the bush. And His Excellency desires to ex- press his approbation of the conduct of LIEUT. ! GUNN and of MR. WELSH, Superintendent of Government Vessels, in the discharge of the im- portant duty in which they have been engaged. By Command of His Excellency, *, ,\ / The Lieutenant Governor. , J, BURNETT

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE is hereby given that a General Quarter Session of the Peace for Fan pie- men's Land and its Dependenciesy will be held at Hob art-town on Monday the ISlh. day of August next ¡and at Launceston on Monday. the 3d. day of September necvt, at which Sessi- ons such persons as are wider Recognizances,, either to prosecute or appear, are required ¿o attend. The Court will ocien each day at Ten o'clock precisely^ Subpoenas for ffy ¿ness es may be obtained Qtwy office* " ''"' "\ .[ -"''?? CHAS. BETHEL LYONS, Clerk of the Peace. J. COLLINS, Liverpool-street, has just re- ceived per ship Harvey, the following goods, Which he offer's.'for sale at low prices.-Á small case of young ladies and children's ready made linen, night ditto, an assortment of baby linen, coloured frocks andñaokeen dresses, children's toe cotton hose, ladies' black and white silk itto, cotton ditto, white and coloured stays, art- ificial flowers and feathers, black and coloured silk, boot laces, st...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

1 GOVERNMENT NOTICE, ï Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1827. , IFOR SALE.-His Majesty's Colonial Schoo- ner Waterloo. Particulars will be notified in the next Gazette, and offers for the purchase (in writing) will be received at this office till noon of Tuesday the r 14th August. I By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor. J* BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

TO J5 E SOL D by private contract, a very j :dtâïrabië FARM, containing f>00 hundred acres, situated on the banks of Brown's river, ¡ about S miles from Hobart-town, and has the advantage of water carriage. It is well wa* ter ed by a creek and has a good run at the back. For particulars apply to Mr. T. Atkinson* Campbell-street* _ . JUST landed from the ship Harvey, and now on sale by the undersigned : Superior Cognac Brandy; also Hollands, Rum, Wines, &c. &c. &c. as cheap as at any house in town. BENJAMIN MORRIS. Ship Inn Collins-street. CONDITIONAL PARDON AND TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD. ! WHEREAS, one hundred and thirteen sheep ! were, lately feloniously stolen from the farm of %emes William Gilles, Esq. of the Macquarie riyejv and, the sanie were shortly, afterwards found with their original marks defaced, near Garth's hut, in the Blue hills ; I am autho- rised by His Excellency The Lieutenant Go- vernor, to make known that any Prisoner of the Crown who shal...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

SUPREME COURT. ! GütfBY t?. RICHARDS.-This was an action by Rd. Gunby second officer of the ship Tigerfrom England to Van Diemen's land, of which the de- fendant Thomas Richards was commander, for a wanton and brutal assault on the plaintiff on the 3d. of February last. The evidence of Mr. Rowlands, a passenger, proved that some water having been spilled (not by the plaintiff) on the deck of the vessel, the Captain seized the oppor- tunity of dismissing the plaintiff from his situati- on, and ordering him before the mast, never in- quiring who had spilled the water, or endeavour- ing to ascertain how it had been spilt, and that defendant had previously expressed hi¿ determi- nation of having the carpenter tauirht to take the sun, and getting rid of plaintiff-that in consequence Mr. Vallence one of the passengers, acted as second officer. Mr. Coombs, another passenger, proved that defendant carne forward and ordered plaintiff to take a broom and sweep the decks, which he declined in ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE,     Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1821. HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following Indulgence. TICKET OF LEAVE TO 420 John Martin alias Scullion alias Sullan. Per Competitor. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.  

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrived at Hobart-town, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

J -. r . I SHIPPING Sf COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE-* ' Arrived at Hobarl-town, . , , ? \" * July 23. The Cyprus from Macquarie harbour with ?i 00 pine logs and 500 boards, a four oared whale boat and one sftt-c,lier built at the settlement. ":?'..;-... July 24. The schooner Waterloo from Maria-island. ,, July 24. The colonial sloop Glatton, 15 font, John Longford, from Sydney QXsU June, with .4 . 7 tonn coals, '?- -'>.' }H76 feet of cedar, ?..-.:? ' :'. ' ' C: '. *00 dozen oranges^ .' . ?''?'?'.''.? ?.-.'?.'.?'- '.' ". . ?/.. .^ÍO. ditto lemons, , ;:; *r . ^' 84?£.<?. tobacco, - - ,.:.';, v . '?.."?'?? S cases-cheese* .-. . .. V- ?/.';??:,.'. :'-''?.;';-; '?'.'... .. Passenger, Mr* Wm. Baxter* This vessel hastiada tedU eus passage* having been put beek twice byràôntràrywinds ' and obliged to lake shelter in Two-fold bay,- V . ?'?!" The schooner Liberty, a small vessel about $0 tons was about to sail for Hobart-town with sugar* His Majesty's sloop of war Champion, IS guns, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

MR. WM. WISE, DRUGGIST, begs leave to .inform his friends and the public that he has re- moved from his residence opposite the Church, to the late Government Printing Office, top of Elizabeth-street, where he trusts, with due at- tention and genuine articles of the best descrip- tion, to merita portion of the public patronage he has experienced since his arrival in this co- lony. Jniy.36, 1837._ IMPOUNDED at Hobart-town two Goats and one Kid belonging to Mr. Beaumont, of which he has had notice, if not taken away and .xpenses paid in 7 days from the date hereof, Ihey will then be sold lo defray the same by July **. 1827. J. Jogviax. J. (fe J. SOLOMON have received per the Harvey, a quantity of salt butter iii prime con* ditton, hosiery consisting of gentlemen's Angola, worsted, brown and white cotton stockings and socks, ladies' white cotton stockings of the first .quality, huckaback and dowlas, tartan plaid in variety, striped and figured leno, ditto cambric, ditto jaconet, ditto b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

_ i II i -~-^>" ? mwmmmm«.ii ?? ? . !'? ? i~ j_.- |- |.. ?? || - " ' . * II III I ? I -^-». PL0ÛGM1NG MATCH.»On Tuttday next an Mr.Kim bering» farm at Bagdad^ between*Jltr% Espie of the Cross Marsh and Mr* Kimberly ¡when there is expected there tuill he a grestt assemblage^ ;a* it U the first Ploughing Match in theeohvy. , PUBLIC NOTICE. r THE undersigned hereby gives Notice that from the 1st. of August next, the pecuniary ,af-_ fairs of the Van Diemen'« Land Company will be transacted by STEPHEN ADEY, ESQ. at his residence in Macquariè-street, but all outstand- . ingolaimsofa prior date must continue to be presented at this office. Erom that date Mr. ADEY will exercise the power conferred on him by the Company, of drawing Bills on the Court of Directors. " Company's Office, EDWARD CÜRR, Hobart-town, July 26,1887. Company's Agent. .SHIP HAB FE Y.~ For London direct, the fine fast sailing ship Harvey, 300 tons register, 30ÍORGE FlNÓLAY, commander, will return from, Sydney to this ...

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HOBART-TOWN. SATURDAY JULY 28, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 28 July 1827

HOBART-TOWN.           SATURDAY JULY 28, 1827,   The Lieutenant Governor arrived at Laun-   ceston on Saturday evening, after having in- spected in the course of the journey across the island the public buildings at Oatlands, and the establishment at Ross bridge. On Tuesday His Excellency proceeded to George-town, where his presence it is anticipated, as we have hinted in another column, will be productive of much good. His Excellency is expected to return     to Hobart-town early in the ensuing week. We congratulate the Engineer with the Su- perintendents, who have so ably cooperated with him, on the diligence and good workmanship displayed in the additions just completed at the Government house. The rooms have been very judiciously and economically planned so as rea- dily to be converted into public offices, which it is understood they will be as soon as the Go- ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

^:. PUBLIC notice! ^ftjtRSONS hairing chosen Locations 1*/. On the. Jordan River near the Broad Marsh; j£nd.: Between the Macquarie and Black* man's River, near Salt-pan Plains; or . " 3rd. On the South Esk River; Areinforme d that Surveys are now proceeding i:n\ those quarters, and Locations will be sur- veyed and marked off, on proper authorities hejng obtained from the Surveyor General's Office. E. Dumaresq. Surveyor General's Office, Act* S#r. Gen* ;.Hobart-town5 July 31, 1827. - , ^'' PER LION, CAPT KENN^ !" G.LANGFORD in addition to his valuable stock has to land a great assortment of ribbons, straw bonnets, children's beavers, muslin handkerchiefs and cotton ditto, real Welsh flan- nels, ladies' collars, calicoes and shirting:, hat covers* fi,ne lace, cotton prints and bed furni- tures, ditto binding for ditto, Taven and other sewing silks, pink cambrics, brown and black Hollands, cotton bed ticks, writing books and paper, buttons of sorts, ladies shoes', shoe bris- tles, an ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

^ g^ sbip Lang, from | ^'^liii^-öä; andmon sale at the Stores of the urider Éigtièd,on the wharf, the following valuable as- sortment of GOODS, per package, viz. ~* I ^piritó of i^périor flavour, fine Cognac'bran? lüevä in h%sheaas, wines of ih Me ^Wi port in pipes and hogsheads, fine sherry in '? : :';'^ÍÍ^Í!''ftpe Yidonia in quarter cases, Englishto picco; shag, roll and nègro-head, fine Chedder ápheese, superiorbleaehed Jamaica ginger, earth- ! ¿nWare assorted in casks 'and craies, haberdash- er^ Well assort^ silks, satins, velvet, gauzes and IriiV^pUns; fancy, plaid, and striped and silk dresses, elegant shawls and^earfs, silkand gauze Maridkerchiefs, ladies' stays, men and women's cotton, «ilk and worsted hosiery assorted, white satin and jean, ladies5 and gentlemen's elegant Jïiwîre ^itth- hoots an^ shoes. iaViconet, mull % book and cambric muslins, gentlemen's, ladies' ^nd children's gloves, thread lace, .nets, and black arid white lace veils, long cloth'shirts with linen col...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. / , Colonial Secretary9s Office, August M, 1827, | REQÜIREDfor the Public Service, the undermentioned \ er tides : Demy paper 5 ream», fFafers Ten lbs t Iron, »mall ~ round ?? bar, One ton $ Ditto, smell square do» One ton % Worsted Two pound», Curb chain, strong, 70 fathoms s Sheep skins, dressed, One gross ; Size, quantity required for the nixt six months* Tenders sealed and endorsed <c Tenders for Stores," with the prices slated in words at length, will be received mt this office, untilnoon of Tuesday the 14ift dugusL Sam» j pies to be sentón the same day to the Ordnance Storekeeper j . By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, . -;wn____ jr. BunjfMiïT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, July 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

k":''^,. government notice, I ' '-.~'-' Colonial Secretary*s Office* July :ft6, 1827. 1 * ENQUIRED for the Public Service, the undermentioned Articles Whale Oil (fine) with cask, ( t Foolscap Paper, Demy ditto, Sealing Wax, (red) Wafer Stamps, Glass Ink Stands, (common)' Camel Hair Pencils, Hour Glass Half flour ditto Blue Cloth, (seconds) , 4 Slates, Slate Pencils, Tenders sealed and endorsed u Tenders for Stores'7 with the prices stated in words at length, will be received al ¿/«/v Office until noon on Tuesday the 7 th* of August* Samples to be sent on the same day ot the Ordnance Storekeeper. Three tons Thirty Reams Tea Ditto Ten Pounds One Dozen Ditto Three Dozen One Ditto Thirteen Yaardi Three Dozen Nine D oz fin By Command of His Excellency* ? , ? " v J. BURNETT,

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

I _. . - vP^.,7T7\.-^~-"Tl'"r^I-i T." '. HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 4, 1827. r His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor ar- rived at New Norfolk on Thursday and is ex- pected in town this day. By the numerous arrivals during the week, we have bad the pleasure to receive news of our native land till the 6th of April. His Majesty had returned to the Royal Lodge to enjoy the opening of spring in the enchanting scenery of Windsor Park. We have used our best endeavour to present our readers with a summary oí the leading events. Mr. Canning, it was said, would be appointed First Lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Robinson advanced lo the Peerage with the Foreign Seals, and Sir H. Wellesley, Ambassador at Vienna,ap-   pointed Governor General of India. The passengers by the Triton are Mr. and Mrs, Bell and 3 children, Messrs. Malcolm, McQueen, Cameron, Watson and Land, Mr. and Mrs. and 3 Misses Iredale, Miss Amelia and Maria Beck. The Persian for this c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

? SALE BY AÜGTIONV^^-'íS-^ BY MR. J, T. COLLICOTT,, y At his Mart in Murray-street, on Thursday . r ííínext, the 9th iöstant, at twelve o^clock pre ^«fsely, forthe benefit oif those cöricerried, THE following GOODS, per ship Harvey, more .'. ^OI!;4^^4alnaged,'--viz.:---. '. , ¿à vïfio Dozen imperial tapes? v^ft £16 ditto pink ditto, " . } ^0 ditto round bobbins . f'^^ÄrdMto.jEai^itto,^. - I "g; t2 iGrossblack ferrules^ . *] I %f. j, S ditto chitftz carpet bindings, No». 1 .<. ';: "x ^?'.¡Ití'.-^^o London qualify, '.V {' * ! /ï^2$('^ , ! vJ:l¿;X:'M& ditto white bed lace, ?' . *? v 3 ditto three-thread reel cotton, '* ; Í;26 ditto black and white cotton laces, ^ (62 lbs. white cotton bails, ^ '86 dozen cotton tapes. * MURRAY & BURNS beg leave to iüíorni their friends and the publie, that they are just landing a large assortment of CROCKERY-' t #&|tE, consisting of dinner, soup, pie and cheese plates, blue and common cups and sao- | />:?:^ir«¿-i^ u...

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