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

QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE is hereby given that a General Quarter Session of the Peace for Fan Die- men's Land and its Dependencies* will be held at Hobart-town on Monday the 13//*. day of 4ugustwext,and at Launceston on Monday the 3d. day of September next, at which Sessi- ons such persons as are under Recognizances, either to prosecute or appear, are required ta attend* The Vow twill open each day at Ten o'clock preciely. Suiyifpnfis for JVstnp&sp.s may be obtained at my offiee* . Chas. Bethel Lyons, Clerk of the Peace. LADIES' SEMINARY. . MRS. DOWSETT respectfully announces io her friends and the public, that she has opened a Seminary for Young Ladies, at the corner of Elizabeth and Brisbane-streets. . . TERMS : per quarter/ * Including English Grammar, Geography & History. . . £15 0 Writing and Arithmetic, extra . 10 6 gßjh A select Library for the use of the Young Ladies. .i i ii i ? .-^--» ? . i , , ".,,n.",-,, THE undersigned begs leave to inform his friends and...

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

FOR ENGLAND DIRECT The good Ship MANG to sail immedi- ately on her telurn from Sydney. . ife For Freight or Passage apply to ??'*r:????? W. A. Bethune. FOR SALE, %-iifi those highly eligible and trulj valuable PREMISES detightfully situated on the banks of the Derwent 4U Elizabeth-town, New Nor- folk and now in the occupation of His Majesty's Öoverument under a lease for two anda-half years, at the rent of £150 per Annum. The premises comprise a large commodious. House, a spacious granary, extensive stabling, piggeries, fowl house, sundry out-offices, and a large yard, the whole of which is enclosed with a lofty brick wall? A cap^eious well fenced garden stocked with the choicest fruit trees, shrubs, plants and vegetables. There is also adjoining, a paddock of rich arable land, enclosed with a substantial rail fence,and attached to these isa large punt and ferry boat, with a right of way on the oppo- site side, over which there is à very extensive traffic, it being the only ferry Wi...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

SHIPPING «F COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE* Arrived at Hobart-town, i July 30. , The cutler Emma Kemp* 37 tons, Wm* M^Meckan, from Sydney, 15th* of July, with 105 bags, , i 5680 lbs» Mauritius sugar, 19 do* 2300 lbs. Siam do. 50 kegs Irish butter and 3 cases goods for B. Guy, A4 do. W* Orr, 42 do* to order, 4 baskets do. 37 kègs her- rings, 4 hhds. stone ware for W* G, Day, 20 baskets, 34 planks cedar and 174 bars iron to order, and various parcels for private individuals-Passengers, Messrs* beauvais, Guy, and Hay,'' Same day. The schooner Governor Sorell, 35 tons, Mr. Edward Clemenlson, from Sydney 17 th. of July, with 19 bags sugar B, Guy, 15 cases prints J. C. Underwood, 3 crates earthenware, 4 cases 3 baskets oranges, 15 do. tobacco, £ tons toals and other goods* Passengers, Mern** Par^ra^SmiW W* CMmT**0*** th&ebmeja ofjhirpe** ffii%ten£*'fher{ti> be ai regular packet between, thßs^ort éndSydneyl " , "SahfeWay. The brig Lion, %75 tons, A* Kenn, com manden, from London \st, o...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 1, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 4 August 1827

; ; GOVERNMENT NOTICE, I ^-Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 1, 1827. TUE* periods for which the undermentioned Person* ' wèr'è transported halting expired. Certificates have been grhittedHü them accordingly* '346. Joseph Southall, Countess Harcourt, ' $38. Thomas Day, Ditto, . 370. IVilUàm Christopher, Ditto, » 3100, Joseph Williams^ Ditto, 140. William Tongue, Medway, 1, - \\'383. Richard Bickley, Dittoj *£90. Richard Skidmore, altas Grimston?, Juliana f ' QYS* James Simpson y Maria* ., H? #50. George Wellington, Ditto,' '4 "$79, Alexander Meers, ' - Lady Riatey, - ~rz¿*L 84. Samuel James^ * Dromedary^ $\t~:8&Sm Jurie» Davies, * Glaudine* By Command\of His^Excellency, :The Lieutenant Governor, ,'- . v/. _ J* BURNETT.. t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

A good opportunity, to Builders and other** G. STOKELL has just received ^róm .Jtibii ^ liang, 339 English deals; in l8; 15/^atiiirff'lfiy ^ lengths, 11 inches wide and 3 thiel?:; Svhich «ire of the very best quality, also 76 choice cedat; planks of various dimensions, the above will be disposed of tor cash, at reduced prices, together with a selection of Sydney rose wood, native pencil wood, ditto pirie, strihgy bark; gum; &c$ in planks, boards and scantlings to stiit general purposes. Paints,putty, oil, turpenihie.wibdow^ glass, nails of sizes, and other Ironmongery as. usual, Macquawe-streeti August 9j 1827* MR, KERR is landing from the late arrivals* fine flavoured Jamaica rum, in bond, old port wine in pipes, Vin de Grave in cases, Yorkshire hams, flat, round and square iron, assorted sizes; foolscap paper, hosiery, brown linen drill, fine linen sheeting and shirting, dark blue and brown linen thread, fine bed ticking 7-8th wide, tow* el Wig, carpets, Brussels hearth ru...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

?<i>ii i'iili ' >i" »jiJi'" ??--;-j-í-;-T~T~,- . : GOVERNMENT NOTICE^ Colonial Secretary's Oßce, August 2, 18g7, i \ÊEQ TflBÍEDforthe Publie Service, the undermentioned ¡ articles;»- . . ,. ; \2)emy papero reams, Wafers Ten tbs; Iron, small round bar, One ton ; Ditto, small square do. One ton i Worsted Twok pounds, Curb chain^ strong, 70 fathoms s Sheep skins, dressed, One gross ¡ Size, quantity required for tjie next,six months* Tenders*sealed and endorsed " Tenders for Stores," ¡ with the prices staled in words at length; will be received ' at this office, until noon of Tuesday the 14th August* Sam- , pies to be sentón the same day to the Ordnance Storekeeper ? e . By Command of His Excellency j I i =* The Lieutenant Governor*. J* BURNETT*

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, August 9,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. - Colonial Secretary's Once, August 9,1827* REQUIRED for the PubFic Service at the Ordnance Stores, the undermentioned Articles: Spirit Level 1 Camel hair pencil* 50 Chairs, cane bottoms or olhers of good quality 6 Fenders, wire 2 Fire Irons 2 Hair Brooms * 6 IJourGJasi I sets Half hour Glass t Blue Cloth, second 13 3'ards Metal Buttons, com- mon * 13 dozen Sfotes - 3 dozen Slate Pencils . 9 dozen Wafer Stamps 1 dozen Wax Candles 1 Box. Tenders sealed and endorsed "Tenders for Stores," with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this office until noon of Tuesday the 21st August, Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store- keeper. . By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett. . >i »_ *

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

r GOVERNMENTNOTICE. j Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug¿ 8, 1827. HIS* Majesty's Colonial Schooner Waterloo wjllbé Sold by Auction at the King's Wharf at noon on Tuesday the 21st instant ^The Waterloo vyas built.aboutfive years ago; ii pf the burden of about 80 tons, has been lately ooppered to the bends with22oz% copper, is well adapted for the coasting trade, being abundant* . ly found in stores, as per following list, and may be sent to sea at a small expense. Term«:--Sis months credit, a deposit of ten per cent« to be paid at the time of sale, good and sufficient security given for the remainder of t the purchase money. The Vessel to be at the risk of the purchaser from the moment she is knocked down. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, j J. Burnett. ! > INVENTORY. ! £7fE Hull, Masts, Yards, (?ßj% Booms, ice. complete, ' ttàUiïng and running. Rigging ditto. . ANCHORS: Best bower, ew!.$ I 7; small do. ewt. 4 1 12; ¿¿tfg* rftf» cwi. 2 ^ 0. i Two .chain cabtei,...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Arrived at Hobart-town, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

^^^ * Arrived at Hobart-town, ,,vt! August 5.-The bark Lucy Anne, 213 tons, Ranulph Dacre, commander, from Sydney 27th ultimo, with 110 planks New Zea rnid7>ine timber, 4 casks molasses, 200 baskets tobacco, 19 coils " rope l8 packa'ges bottled wine, 5 pipes ditto, 261 bars iron, and other goods, for John Kerr, C. Wright, James Grant and Captain ;f< Passengers.-Lieutenant Williams, Messrs. C. Appleton and kilsby. . Same'day.-The transport ship Persian 400 tons, R. Plunkett, - ^'commander, from the Downs 14th of April, the Land's end the i^0th diho, with 66 female prisoners. ,Surgeon and Superintendent James Patton, jVL D. m 'Passengers.-Robert M'Leland Escj. who we regret to say, du "ring'a"great part oí1 the voyage has enjoyed very indifferent health, and was so much debilitated on the arrival of the ship/a« to be obliged to bp carriçd on shore. His Excellency, the Colonial Sur "ÉÇoij, and Mr." Hohe,'(whomMr."M'Leiand knew iii England) 'nave,paid htm every attention, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, August 9, 1827. FORAGE CORN. Tenders to supply His Majesty'$ - Store with BARLEY or OATS, will be received at 12 o' clock of Thursday the 16th instant. _A. Moodie, A. C. G* COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, August 9, 1827. - * SALTPETRE. Tenders to supply about 200 pounds Saltpetre, will be received at 12 o^elock of Thursday the the \fith instant*_'_A* Moodie^ An C* G. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, August 9, 1827, SUGAR. Required for the Public Service, Five to Ten Tons of Sugar. Persons desirous of supplying the same or any part thereof, are requested io transmit Ten- , ders aceampaniea) hy Samples at 12 o^clock of Thursday the 16/A instant. A. Moodie, A* C. G. FOR ENGLAND DÍRECtT"7" The good Ship LANG io sail immedi- ately on her return from Sydney. . - d3* For Freight or Passage apply lo ' W. A. Bethune. FOR SALE. THE Estate of the late Captain William Ost 1er, containing 2000 acres of Land, near the South Esk, within 17 miles of Launceston, ad- joining the estate of James Cox, Es...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 7, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

'J'" l ? I.I ? I i _ ? ?? t-,- n. GOVERNMENT NOTICE; ! 1 ; . I Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 7, 1827. , THE Lieutenant Governor has directed that Michael Fitzgerald, a District Constable at Port Dalrymple, shall be dismissed from that office. By Command of His Excellency, J. Burnett.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

SHIP HARVEY.-For London direct, the fine fast sailing ship Harvey, 3OO tons register, George Findlay, commander, will return from   Sydney to this port with all convenient speed, and,,will sail in all November, has most superior accommodation for passengers, and a consi- , derable part of her cargo already engaged.   For freight or passage apply to W. Evans, Esq. on board, or to Kemp & Co. Agents. N. B. The Stores of Kemp and Co. are open for the reception of Wool, as it may arrive from thfr country, for the convenience of shippers. MURRAY & BURNS   Beg leave to inform their friends and the public, that they have just landed a large assortment of Crockeryware, consisting of dinner, soup, pie and cheese plates, blue and common cups and saucers, mugs, jugs, peppers, salts, dishes of every description, sauce and soup tureens, blue and lustre basins of all sizes, sets of china tea, bronzed, stone and figured jugs, butter pats with c...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, 1827 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug, 9, 1827 HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following indul-     gence-     TICKET OF LEAVE, TO     336 Thomas Haslam Ct. Harcourt. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

"SWAN'S Si O RES. J-, SWAN has received by the late arrivals, & is now landing a very superior selection of the following gjoods, viz ;-^white and black lace veils, plain and figured bobbin net, lace edging, footings &e. quillings in great variety» hosiery <& gloves of all descriptions, including children's cotton socks, &c. a variety of cap and bonnet ribbons, haberdashery of all. kinds,, book, mull, , jaconet, cambric, check and striped 'muslins, . calicoes and sheetings, diaper and huckaback toweling and towels, long lawns, dowlas «fee. black and coloured twilled stuffs, Manchester and town prints, striped dimity, bed ticking, an excellent choice of men's clothing, consisting of ' fustian and barragon coatees, corduroy and fus- tian' jackets, worsted cord, velveteen, cotton cord, balragon and fustian trowsers, cloth jack- ets and trowsers, white and brown drill trowsers, a variety of waisteoats, lad's and boy's cord trow- sers, boy's vel...

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CRIMINAL COURT, HOBART-TOWN, TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

CRIMINAL COURT, HOBART-TOWN,     Tuesday, July 31, 1827.                 John Flynn, was charged with stealing a watch and key, the   property of Mr. Petchey, in his dwelling-house. -- Guilty. Joseph Smith was tried for assaulting John Tattersall and vio-   lently stealing from his person a gun and bayonet the property of the King.-Not Guilty. James Ruttleton was charged with stealing various articles of ap-     parel the property of James Graves.-Guilty. FRIDAY, Aug. 3.     Thomas Russell was charged with stealing a musical snuff box in the dwelling-house of J. P. Deane. Mr. Deane not appearing, his name was called three times, and his recognizance filed with the Clerk of the Court. The prisoner was in consequence acquitted. Joseph Lockett was tried for stealing 3 cart arms and 3 axle- trees, value four pounds, on the 26th of June, the property of His Majesty.-Guilty. &nb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

NOW landing, and for Sale at B.Guy,s store opposite the Ship Inn, Mauritius sugar of the best "quality by the ton or bag, Siam do. (equal to loaf) S ¿aseslemons, oranges, prme treble rose butter e,x Mariner direct from Cork, in small casksto suit private families or shops; Bandanna handker- chiefs of various patterns by the case or piece, superfine or common playing cards by the pack or dozen, brown Holland by the piece, handsome japanned tea caddies with lead can nisters from 25«. to 35s. each, ditto decanter stands 5s. per pair, superfine foolscap paper by the ream or quire, quills, extra superfine cotton stockings, Liverpool salt and saltpetre, prime old Jamaica rum in and out of bond, Hollands gin, Cape Madeira &o. &c. NOW LANDING from the ¿hip Lang, from London, and on sale at the Stores of the under- signed, on the wharf, the following valuable as- sortment of GOODS, per package, viz. Spirit« of superior flavour, fine Cognac bran- dy,, old Jamaica rum &...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE* Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, Í827. TRANSPORTS with male and female con Victs, being expected immediately from England; nil settlers and others requiring servants, are requested to make application to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts, in the form pre- scribed by the Government Orders. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett.  

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 9, 1827. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired,Certi- ficates have been granted to them accordingly:- 152 James Partridge, Medway, l 119 Richard Kimberley, Ditto 162 Mark Lane, Ditt0 293 Thomas Heaton, Ditto 31 Thomas Olney, Maria 310; John Hoxton, Lady Ridley 403 John Brown, Ditto 389 Samuel Beard, Ditto 319 Henry Headly, Ct. Harcourt 480 George Wm. Hopper, Pheonix l. 46 Sarah Hammond, Providence By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, J. Burnett                

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

GOrEHNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 8, 1827, His Majesty has been pleased to appoint John Lee Archer, Esq. Civil Engineer and Architect for the island of Van Diemen'« land. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, .. ' J. Burnett.

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HOBAUT-TOWN, SATURDAY JULY 11, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 August 1827

HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY JULY 11, 1827. The lively interest entertained by all ranks at the new* of ;a new Ministry is a pleasiug proof of the closeness of the link' which binds U3 with the mother country. We participate in the general satis- faction at the appointment of Mr. Canning, and should that Masterspirit, as he has been called, find himself equal to the task of Prime Minister of England, we place the fullest confidencee in the wisdom of his measures, and that he will be assisted in wield* iiig the mighty reins of the empire, by the first talent thal England can produce, talents which will carry into successful issue the yet immature, but excellent plans of the former administration. His Majesty came to London from the Royal Lodge, Windsor Park, on Saturday the 7th of April, for the express purpose of sup- plying the hiatus in the. Cabinet, occasioned by the illness of Lord Liverpool^ That nobleman was slowly recovering and had gone to Brighton for the benefit of sea bathing. ....

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