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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 29th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town,           Saturday, April 29th, 1820. THE Officers at the Head of the several Public Departments are hereby required       to furnish to this Office, on or before the 7th of May, in Duplicate, the usual Offi-     cial Reports and Returns for the Quarter ending March 31st, for HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR's approval,       preparatory to their being forwarded     to HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR   in CHIEF at Head Quarters.       By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

SALES BY AUCTION. PROVOST MARSHAL'S pFracE, Hobart Town, April <29th; 1820. In the liieut. Governor's Court. | Stocker v. Horne. - I WILL Caufe to be Put up for Sale by Pub« l lie Auction, on the Premifea of Defendant it Pitt Water, on Tueiday neat, the 2d May, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, by Virtue of « Writ of Fieri Facias, a Stack of Wheat, con- taining 100 Bufhels or thereabouts, Eight Loads of Hay, more or leis, and about 15-Bum« als of Rye, the Property of *ths Defendant, un lefs the Execution thereon be previouíly fu perfeded. » Burgefi v. Hayes. I WILL Caufe to be Put up for Sale by Pub. lie AuctioB, on the Promifoa of Defendant in Murray.ftreet, on Tharfdsy next, the 4th May, at Two o'Clock, by Virtue of a Wirt of Fieri Facias, a Cart with Two Working Bull- ocks; and a Quantity of HouOiold Furniture, Sec, the Property of the Defendant, unlcfs the Execution thereon be previously fuperfeded«* Loane v. Herbert f WILL Caufe to be Put up for Sale by Pub» *. lie Au...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

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Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 29th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart town, Saturday, April <29ch, 1820. COMMENCING on Monday the, I ft May,| the Bell for a (Tom bung the Government Working Ganga will Ring at à Quarter before EigKt iolhe Morning, and Work will be continued without lotermiffioa duringlhe re (rulited Hour».. By Command of Hil Hosor, H. E. Robinfon, Secretary* Commiffariat Office, Hobart Town* 27lh April, 1820. "VTOTICE ia hereby give», that Perfoni wiíh XN ¡ng to fupply His Majefty's Magazine with Prime Beef and Mutton for the Quarter^ commencing 24th Jane* and ending the 25th September next,- are requeued to attend at the Commiihtf'at Office between the Hour* 6Í11 and 2« for the purpofe ofcûgning and fillingrup the printed Tendera prepared for thaí.Purpoíe ; and it is hereby further notified, that thoia Set* tiara whopoffefsan adequate Number of Horn ed Cattle will be expecUd to furniih e Part of their Tender tiiifce/, in the Proportion oKOnn. hilf, and to fign a Bond for ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

            H O B A R T T O W N. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood,M.A. SHIP NEWS.-On Tuesday last arrived the ship Saracen, Captain Kerr, from England, with merchandize.- She left England the 25th December, and on her pas- sage touched at Bonavista, where she stayed 10 days.--The Passengers per this vessel who in- tend to remain here are, Lieut. Jeffreys, R. N. Lady, and Nephew, Mr. James Westbrook, Surgeon, Mrs. Westbrook and infant, Mr. Pal- mer Stone, and Mr. H. W. Mason. On Sunday last the brig Active, of Port Jack- son,under the command of Captain Thompson, -who afterwards came up to town in a boat, put into Frederick Henry Bay, having been out 4 months on the sperm whale fishery at New Zealand : she comes here to commence the black whaling season. On Monday last sailed for Port Jackson, the ship Seaflower, Captain Spiers ; also   The ship Actaeon, Captain Mackey. The Saracen will sail...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,   accompanied by his Secretary, Lieut.   ROBINSON, arrived in town on Tuesday evening from Port Dalrymple.   The HONORABLE the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY was expected to remain at Port Dalrymple some days longer. In addition to the discoveries which have   been made in various parts of the Colony of coal, slate, lime-stone, &c. we have now the pleasure of stating that a large vein of the       finest blue and white variegated marble has recently been discovered within 16 miles of         this town, which we believe is the first found     out in these Colonies. Mill-stone, greatly resembling the French bar, has also been found     near the same place; which, we understand, will   shortly be tried in a water-mill now building in Liverpool-st...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 April 1820

By the arrival ofvthe Saracen we. have   been favored with Britifh papers to Dec. .«4,; from which we glean the following information : The Parliament of Great, Britain met on the 33d November; His Royal Highnefathe Prince Regent having opened the session in person.   It continued sitting when the Saracen sailed. His Royal Highness Prince LEOPOLD ac     compacied by a number of Noblemen had been visiting lseveral parts of England in October and November, > On pafling through many of the ¡.principal towns, 1he illuftrious Vifitor «vas welcomed by the ringing of bellt, andihe beirty-cheers, oflhoufandi. In the lown of! Sheffield, the Royal Prince was prefented by the Corporation with an elegant Cafe, "contain.! ing a moll fplendid knife, value fifty guineas, ai a."token of their etteem and attachment, ar\d. a fpecimen of the arts and manufactures ofthat great commercial town. , v, His Excellency Governor FAKQVHAR was reported in t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

H¡THMO* the. ¿IIWTBNANTGOJVER«.©.. has thought proper to dirett, that »li Publ.c Coimnun.calions which M* appearm.lhe HOB ART 10WH GAZETTE, und SOUTHERN REPO RTER.&zned with any Ofhcral Signature, are to be confwlered as Official Cominütiicatioiis made lo thoíe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF His HONOR), H.E.ROBINSON, Secretary*

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday last arrived the brig Sophia,   Mr. Brown, master, with salt and skins from Kangaroo lsland.   On Thursday sailed for Port Jackson the ship Saracen, Captain Kerr.   Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's brig       Prince Leopold; and the ship Eliza; at Pitt Water the brig Jupiter; and in Frederick Henry Bay, the brig Active.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

TO LET, a Farm containing 800 Acres, situate at the Coal River. The Land is particularly good, and worthy the Notice   of those who reside in the Neighbourhood, for Grazing &c.—For Particulars enquire of Mr. JOHN LAKELAND.                                 HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

Heads of European intelligence, with   extracts, from the latest received British papers : The London Gazette of October 15 contains   the appointment of His Grace Field Marshall the Duke of WELLINGTON to be Governor of     Plymouth, vice the late Duke of RICHMOND. HAGUE, OCT. 15.—The death of her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Brunswick   Luneburg, in the course of last night, has filled   all the inhabitants of this place with grief, and will be universally lamented by the whole king- dom. Tho' she had been some time seriously indisposed, it was thought all danger was over, especially as she had sufficiently recovered to undertake the journey from Haarlem hither, and bore it very well. The bulletin of yesterday morning, the 14th, was more favourable than that of the preceding day, stating that her Royal Highness had passed a good night, and felt herself better. The sad event which has deprived us...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

SALES BY AUCTION, BY Ma." L1WII, \t KangiroO Point, in the Courtis of the enfu. ing Week, by Order of che Adtnipiftratora te the Eftste and Effe&icfabe lite ANTHONY Lows, deceafed, A QUANTITY of HORNED CATTLE, ol'an Improved Breed, which were ad* vertifed to be Sold lift Tuefday.-Prompt Pay» ment in Sterling Money ; end the Pey and Time of Silo will bo made known by the Public Bell-mart-._^^ ! BY MR. FRYETT, On Monday next, the 8th of May, at Kangaroo Point, at 11 o'Clock, by Order of the Ad- ministrators to the Estate and Effects of the   late Mr. ROBERT NASH, deceased, A Considerable Number of Head Of Horned Cattle, the Property of the above-named Deceased; of which further Particulars will be made known previous to the Sale.--At the same Time and Place will also be Sold, Six Working Bullocks, a Bullock Cart, and a Con- versation Cart.--Prompt Payment.   BY MR. »SYBTT, At the Stores of Me (1rs. Ka MP and Co« in Macquarie-ftreer» on Tuefday next, t...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 6th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

GOVERNMßNTPÜB'LIC NOTICE.' Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 6th, 1820. COMMENCING on Monday the Oth Ia. ftfcnt, there will be . Weekly MciTenger betwee» Hobart Tow» and Leunc«Aon, inftead fif the »îternate W«ëkly MeíTen^r as hereto» foifl. Letten will be'mide up on Saturdays, By Command of Hi« Honor. , H. E. Róbinfon, vStcrotlry. CommuTiriat Office, April 22t). 1820.' 'VrOTlCB ii hereby given» that no more XN Whelt will be received into His Majofly'i Migizine» until after the 1 ft of June next. Glottes HULL, Deputy Affiftant Commifíary Genera). """ Coramiff»riat Office, Hobart fawn, 27th April, l8 jo. VTOTIÇEii hereby, given, that Perfon» wiíh X\ ing to iupply Hil M ajo ft y's Magazine with Prime Beef and Mutton for the" Quarter commencing 24th June, ind ending the 25lb September next, are requeued (e attend pt the Commiffariat Office, between che Hours of 11 and 3, foe the parpóte of fi going and filling up the printed Tendere prepared for that Purpofe ; and ii is her...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 May 1820

The HONORABLE the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY and his Secretary, THOMAS HOBBES) SCOTT, Esq. arrived in town on Monday even ing from Port Dalrymple. - We understand, that the Honorable Commissioner takes his   passage to Port Jackson in the Eliza. Four crown prisoners for life, who had been several weeks absent from their respective em ployments, and who were strongly suspected to have clandestinely stowed away on board the Eliza when she first sailed from this port, have   been found in that vessel since her return to the   harbour, from fumigating the ship. - They were, on Saturday last, brought before the Superintendant of Police, and sentenced to re cieve 50 lashes each, and to work 12 months in the gaol gang. Married, last Tuesday se'nnight, at Cottage Green, by the Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, M. A., GEORGE WESTON GUNNING, Esq, late     Lieutenant of His Majesty's 73d Regiment, to Mrs. HARRIS, widow of the late G. P. HAR- &a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

«r-Tï^nhe IIIBUTEWANT GOVEAKOK has thought proper to direA/that all Publié Communications which may appear in the HûBÂRTZOWti GAZETTE9_and SOUTHERN REPORTERgûgaed willi any Official,Signature, are to be confidered as Official Communications made to thoie Perlons to whom they may relate. II (By COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), ' « H.E.ROBINSON» Stcrçtary*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

'pO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. *. Fryett, at Kangaroo Point, on Thurs- day next, the 18th Inftant, at 12 o'CJoct (by Order of the Adminiftrators, for the Benefit of the Creditors), the following Articles, the Property of the late M¿ Ro- bert Naíh, of Pitt Water, deceafed :-A broad-wheel Cart, a Conversation Car with Harnefs compleat, a Plough and a Pair of Drag-Harrows, 25 Hurdles, 4 Yokes and 4 Bows, 4 Chains,5 Water Cafks, anda Water Sledge.-*ALSO, Three Pair of capital Working Bullocks, named Boxer, Fogo, Grimes, Downs, Buff, and Redman. E5» Prompt Payment in Sterling Money» TV/j K. JOHN RAINE, from peculiar Cir W* cumltances, is-compelled to Caution the Public from entering into, or making any Contracts whatever, or receiving any;| Bills of Exchange, or Notes of Hand, otherwife than thole figned perfonally by the faid John Raine, or his Agent, R. W. Lo A N R, Efq. who has fufficicnt Authority for fo doing, as no others will be valid. MR. WM. PR»SNELL proceeding to Sydney by the ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday arrived in the river the brig   Robert Quayle, Captain Leslie,   having been from Port Jackson   since the 1st Match last, on a sperm whaling   voyage; since which period she has been off the coast of New Zealand and at Norfolk Island, but has been very unsuccessful, not   having taken a single whale. She comes here, for the black oil fishery, and for that purpose   she will remain down the river, with the brig, Active, which has commenced whaling. - The ship Regalia, Capt. Dixon, from Port Jackson   the 12th April last, was spoken by this vessel on the 25th of the same month off Cape Pillar, on her return to Sydney, having two days   previously encountered a ttsmendoui gale of wind, in which her foremast and bowsprit were carried     away, compelling her to put back to rep...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

The brig Haldane, Captain Orman, arrived at Port Jackfon on the 25th March—8 days   from this port. His Majefty's fhip Coromandel, Captain Downie, with 150 of the male prifoners which fhe brought from England to this Settle- ment, arrived there on the 5th ultimo, having been 12 days going up. The fhip Marquis of Haftings, Capt, Prowdfoot, from China, alfo arrived on the fame day. The two Ruffian fhips, Otkrietie, Commodore Watljeff, and Blagonamerenei, Capt. Schifchmaref, refumed their voyage of difcovery on the 27th March.         In our laft week's Gazette, we ftated that fome partridges had been received in the Colo- ny ; in which we were in error. A male and fix female pheafants were landed, having been brought out from England by a Gentleman, paffenger in the Saracen. Partridges were put on board, but could not be preferved the voyage. Berren 09 MAGÍSTI ATBS¡-At I Beach of Mi^ift rates »n Saturday l»ft, at which t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

The Robert Quayle brings Sydney Ga- lettes to the Sth ult. which were received from the Regalia when (he fpoke her at fea. Among the extraéis which we have copied from thole papers, weareforry to find that the death of Captain W. COLLINS is announced ; of which fo many reports havo hitherto been brought, here from Indi?;-Thia Gentlemen his l#ft a widow and three children in this Seule- ment, and lèverai friends, who lament his lois. The following are the extraéis which we copy fltfm the Sydney papers:-« From Mr. White, late Chief Officer of tha Stake of Wellington, we receive the following information ofáhi failure oftbat veflePa voy- age with stock, from Hobirt Town, bound for the lila of France,through Torre»' Straits: having failed from Hobart Town in company of the Frederick» Captain 7/ilUams, for .Ins fame deftinacion, ' both fliipa freighted by f he late Captain Howsrd.. Captain William Col* line commanded ihe Duke of Wellington. Both fhi pi delayed for rome days at Port Bowen...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 May 1820

SALE BY AUCTION. PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, Hobart Town, May loth, 1820, M'Donald v. Presnell. M'Donald v. The Same. I WILL Cause to be Put up and SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises of the Defendant in Argyle-street, on Monday next, the 15th Instant (May), at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, by Virtue of two Writs of Fieri Facias issued from the Lieutenant Go- vernor's Court in the above Causes, FOUR HORSES, THREE CARTS, TWO BUL- LOCKS, and a MULE, the Property of the Defendant, unless the Executions thereon be previously superseded. JOHN BEAMONT, Provost Marshall     DR. J. SCOTT, late Surgeon Superintendent of the Castle Forbes, leaving the   Colony in the Eliza, desires all Claims to be presented immediately. 2     NOTICE is hereby givenf tint tho Commander of the Ship Regalia, Captain DIXON, will not be «nfwferable for any Debt   ?r Debts contracted, or that may he contracted, hythe Crew of his Veffel, while ihe remaioi m Sh...

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