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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

^-a--riTÖOVEKNMBNT " NOTICE. ' "'" "';' I ' ^y/ Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 23, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following appointments: \ Mr. William Roadknight, to be Pound-keep* er at the Lower Clyde. John Wilmer, Caledonia, 3, tobe Constable at New Norfolk. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. ****-- - - " ? r i in_

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

SUPERIOR LEGHORN HATS. ;. A few Hais of the above description are of j. frrcd for sale, at low prices at jpHN DEANS, Liverpool-street. Also a few handsome Miaul». Sheriff $ Office, August 83, 1827, \i In the Supreme Court, ^ ? Riselyr. Hames. B Gellibrand and another v. Same. I ON Monday the 3d. day of September next, at 12 o'clock, llJ4 I Sheriff'will cause to be put up for sale by public Auction, at hit ? office in Bathurst-street, I TWO FARMS at the Tea Tree Brush, one containing 200 acrei, I and the other 100 acres. The property of the above defendant' B unless these executions be previously satisfied. « ' B Sheriff's Office, Auguu 23, 1Ü27, I In the Supreme Court, ' B Stirling t). M'Cnlfocb, B AT the same time and place the Sheriff will cause to be put np B for sale by public Auction, \ B ALL defendant's Interest iu a Farm situate at Glenarchy, unies» B this execution be previously satisfied. B JUST ilECül VED per MEDWAY, SUPERFINE waterproof beaver hats, fur caps, superfine ol...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, I I Colonial Secretary's Office. Aiiff. 23, 13S7 1 THE undermentioned persons having beert I convicted of gross misconduct, they havo been I deprived of their Ticket of Leave. 1 330 John Danvers, Asia, I 4U Joseph Cooke, Claudine. I By Command of His Excellency, I I he Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 8, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 8,1827. MS Majesty's Colonial Schooner Waterloo will be Sold by Auction at the K ng'si Wharf at noon on Tuesday the 4th Septtmber next. The Waterloo waa built about five years ago, is of the burden of about 80 tons, has been lately coppered to the bends with e^oz, copper, is well adapted for the coasting trade, being abundant- ly found in stores, and may be sent to sea at a small expense. Terms:*-Six 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 the purchase money. The vessel to be at the risk of the purchaser, from the moment she is knocked down. IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ABOVE; A well built Gig and oars complete, recently . s constructed of pine, at Macquarie Harbour. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, For the Inventory of the Stores of the Waterloo see last weed's Gazeitc.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 22, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office. Aug. 22, 1827, I THE Lieutenant Governor has thought pro- per to direct, that the convicts in the Prisoners' Barracks, and those employed in the Public works at Hobart-town, shall be present to wit- ness the Execution to-morrow morning. His Excellency hopes that the awful specta- cle afforded by the miserable end of nhie of their fellow prisoners, will be a warning to all those who like them would attempt to escape from (he colony* or commit similar depredations. It having appeared in the cases of John Ro- binson, Thomas Griffiths, and William Birming- ham, that these men prevented their compani- . ons, from committing murder or bloodshed, His Excellency in Council has been pleased to take that circumstance into consideration, and to commute the punishment of Death awarded them, into Transportation for Life, In order to prevent the further effusion of blood from the inevitable fate which attends the crime of Bushranging, His Excellency ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

FOR ENGLAND DIRECT. THE good ship LANG to sail immediately on her return from'Sydney. ICS- For Freight cr Passage apply to W» A. Bethune. s BIP HARVÏÎYTT FOR London direct, the fine fast sailing ship HARVEY, 300 tons register, George Findlay commander, will return from Sydney to this port witU all convenient speed, and will sail in all November, has most superior accommodation for pas 1 sengers, and a considerable part of her cargo is already engaged. 1 For freight or passage apply to W. EVANS, Esq. on board, or lo KEMP & Co. Agents. N.B. The Stores of Kemp and Co. are open for the reception of Wool, a* it*may arrive from the country, for the convenience .of shippers,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 23. 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, A neust S3. 18Í7. s REQUIRED for the Public Service at the Ordnance Stores, the undermentioned Articles: Shingle nails 5 cwt. Brass cocks, 6 White wash brushes, 24 Hair combs, 24 Wafers, 24 pounds Hed tape pieces, 24 dozen Half-pound copper > scales with box beam 1 Brass standard weights from 41b. to quarter of an ounce 4 sets Ships coppers 1 set Tenders sealed and Stores," with the prices Hammocks 32 Quiils, A thousand Blotting paper, o reams Red ink powders, 6* dozen Lamp cotton, 30 pounds Sledge hammers, 2 dozen - Scarlet cloth, (Qiuh) ?fvds.iinlf Ditto silk, 12 .skein* Ditto twist, 8 yards Worsted 2 pound» Iron block sheaves ¡ 9 inch» 3 endorsed "Tenders for stated iu words at length, will be received at this office until noon of Tuesday the 4th of September. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store* keeper. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, _ J. BURNETT. Engineer's Office, August 22. 1827, T...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

EXECUTION.     On Thursday morning, exactly at 8 o'clock, the dread summons was given at the door of the cell in which the nine unhappy men doomed to die were confined, that the Sheriff had arrived. They   were all engaged in earnest prayer, and as they came out one by one to be pinioned, they evinced by their pale and stricken coun tenances, the quivering of their joints and their tears and sobbings, the dreadful agony of mind they endured, and how deeply they lamented the awful situation into which their crimes had brought them. Horsefield, aged 21, was the first brought out. He had been a butcher's boy in England, & confessed some evenings before his death, that he had been justly charged there with no less than thirteen capital offences, and that he had broke out of eight gaols. In one of them, namely, at Gosport, he had struck the keeper's son, named Otdridge, unawares on the head with a poker, of which he soon after died, and on a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

SALE POSTPONED. MR. COLLICOTT begs to acquaint the public that the sale of His Majesty's Colonial Schoon- er Waterloo, is postponed until Tuesday the 11th September next, at 12 o'clock precisely._ ?- " SYDNEY FAMILY HOTEL. MB. CUMMINGS, of the Sydney Hotel, fcegs leave most respectfully to return his sincere thanks to his friend» and the public, for the Tery liberal patronage which has been universally afforded him, and requests to announce, that ho bastakeu the premises formerly occupied by Mr. CARTER,in Char« lutte-place, which he intends to fit up, exclusive of his present es lablishment, for the accommodation of such gentlemen or families, as raay be desirou» of securing comfortable board and lodging, »non moderate terni*. Mr. C. in announcing to the public, that the honse will be completely fitted up, and arrangements made, by Monday imt, for fhe reception of suchas may be desirous of avail- ing themselves of the opportunity which will now be afforded* trusts that the Family Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

FLEGANT CUT GLASS & CHINA, WELLINGTON STORES top of LIFERPOÖL-ST. Wai. WATCHORN has just received per Medway, the following choJ?^?"^^f GOODS :~ Elegant liquor stands, cut ali over, Castors in stands, with silver edges and tops, Cruets in stands, with silver edges. Beautiful decanters, out in diamonds, &c. fluted all over, Elegant cut water jugs, Cut glass butter dishes, with stands and covers, Cut glass water bottles, with tumblers for same, Blue and green finger glasses, Elegant cut tumblers, goblets, wine, liquors and Champaigne ^ glasses, Elegant cut salts, with double flint tumbler« and wine .glasses of ali descriptions. CHINA. Elegant dinner services complete, Handsome and fashionable breakfast and tea sets, Ditto, embossed with gold in the Grecian style. EARTHENWARE. Breakfast and tea cups, Plates and dishes, Fish and drain dishes. Cream ewers, Sugar and slop basoni. Jugs and basons, . Chambers, Tea pots, Egg cups, Pie dishes, Hash ditto, Vegetable dishes and ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 21, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 21, 1827.   HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor   has been pleased to grant the following Indul-   gences :   CONDITIONAL PARDONS TO   Henry M'Grath, Minerva,   Malcom Cameron, Lord Hungerford,   Daniel Syms, Lord Mdville,     TICKETS OF LEAVE TO   Edmund Howard, Malabar,     Robert Scarborough, Ditto     Samuel Heatley, alias Wheatly, Lord Hungerford,   George Lackenby, Phoenix, 2.     George Cooper, Princess Charlotte,     William Bromwich, Lady Ridley,     Thomas Smith, Medway, 1.     By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, August 22, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, I Colonial Secretary's Office, August22, 1837. I THE Period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, Cer- tificates have been granted to them accordingly. 37$ Koberr Welladvicc, Richmond, 60 Mary Whitehouse, Mary Ann, 88 Chailes Evans, Medway, 1. 456 John Brown, Lord Hungerford, 388 William Budd, Lady Ridley, By Command of His Excellency, I The Lieutenant Governor, I _J. BURNETT, I

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWM, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

-UVV SHIPPING Sr COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ARRIVED 4T HOBARTTTOWM« Aug. 80.-The ship Medway, 450 tons, B. Wight, commander, from the Downs 1st of April, with a large assortment of merchan- dize, among which are 66 puncheons rum, 24 do. Geneva, 4 do. brandy, 30 hhds. vinegar, \5b casks wine, 7 cases Champaigne, 100 casks porter, ]00 hhds« brown stout, 70 casias bottled do. 100 tons salt, 200 barrels Irish pork, 110 firkins butter, 26 do. lard, 24 large rolls Brazil tobacco, 600 deals, 10 crates crockery, 150 cases soap, 7 cases apothecary's stores, and a large quantity of plate, bar and hoop iron. Passengers-Major and Mrs. Gray, (94th regt, infantry) Lieut, and Mrs. Gray, (8(h regt, dragoon guards), Mrs. Gray, senior, 3 Masters and I Miss Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Levy and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Legge and 4 Misses Legge, Mr. Archer, (father of the Messrs. Archer of this colony), Mrs. Liscombe, Mr. Conolly, Mr, Jennings., Dr. Richardson, Messrs. Wood, Stacey and Reeve. The Medway touched fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

SOLOMON'S STORES. --000-~ ( J, & J. SOLOMON have, in addition to their former store, a valuable assortment of stationary, consisting ofiuperior demy writing paper, superior pot tjitto, superior copy ditto, seconds ditto, thin post, Bath ditto, superior foolscap ditto, Jarge bank post ditto, printing demy ditto, hne ditto ditto, demy blotting ditto, imperial cap ditto, account books, post pocket led. gers, post memorandum ditto, prayer ditto, paint boxes, pen sticks, small slate books, middle and large size ditto, slate pencils, black lead ditto, Indian rubber, ready leckoners, sealing \rax, wafeis, ink powders, mapi for files, pens, quills, slates of sizes, hook files, iîat ditto, ink squares, common ditto willi tops, well glasses, small ink cones of sues, toggerheads, pewter inkstands, ditto with tops, crockeryware consisting of tea cups and saucers, basins of sizes, pint and quart jugs, soup plates, dinner ditto, cheese ditto, baking dishes of sizes, gentlemeh's outseam Wo...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 25 August 1827

HOB ART-TOWN, SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 1827. ---000---     By the arrival of the ship Marquis of Hastings at Sydney, we have had the pleasure to receive, by the way of Launceston, Ehglish news of 5 days later date than had previously reached us. It was confidently stated that the Duke of Wel- lington had not only resigned his seat in the Ca- binet, but the command of the army, and the ordnance, that the Lords Melville. Eldon. Bathurst and Westmoreland, and Mr. Peel had quitted their posts. Of the new appointment which might be reckoned on ascertain, after Mr Canning as premier, were Mr. Robinson from   the office of Chancellor of the Exchequer, ele- vated to the peerage with the title of Lord Stratbearn, to supply the place of Lord Bath- urst in the Colonial department, Sir John Cop i ley the Master of the Rolls to be Chancellor af- ter Lord Eldon had decided a few important , cases on which he hid prepared himself to giva | judgment. Lord Granville...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial, Secretary's Office, Aug. 23, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial, Secretary's Office, Aug. 23, 1827., BEQU1RED for the Public Service at the Ordnance Stores, the undermentioned Articles: Hammocks 32 Quills, A lliomand Blotting paper, 5 reams Red ink powders, 6 dozen Lamp cotton, 50 pounds Sledge hammer*, 2 dozen ,Scarlet cloth, (2nd») 7 yds. half Shingle nails 5 cwt. Brass cocks, 6 .White wash brushes, 24 Hair combs, 24 Wafer*, 24 pounds R d tape pieces, 21 dozen Ditto silk, Ditto twist, Worsted Iron block sheaves 9 incij, 12 skeins 8 yards t pounds 2 Half-pound copper scales with bov beam 1 .Brass standard weights from 41b. to quarter ? of an ounce 4 sels Ships coppers I set Tenders sealed and indorsed "Tenders for Stores,'y with the p.ices stated in words at length, will be received at this office until noon of Tuesday the 4th of. September. Samples ' to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Store- keeper. ; % Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, .___ J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 21, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

' . .GOVERNMENT NOTICE. . Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 21,1837. I , HIS Majesty's Colonial Schooner Waterloo, will be sold by Auction at the.King's .Wharf at noon on Tuesday the 11th of September next. ' The Waterloo was built about five years ago, is of ihe burden of about 80 tons, has been lately coppered to the bends with 22oz. copper, is well adapted for the coasting trade, being abundant- ly found in stores, and may be sent to sea. at a small expense. Terms:-Six months credit, a deposit of ten percent, tobé paid at the.time of sale, good and sufficient security given for the remainder of the purchase money. The vessel tobe at the risk of the purchaser, from the moment she is knocked down. Immediately after the above, A well built Gig and Oars complete, recently constructed of pine, at Macquarie Harbour. By Command of His Excellency, , The Lieutenant Governor, _'_, J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

HOPKINS'S STORES, ELIZABETH-STREET* * « -oooooo MR. HOPKINS has received by the late "^rivals the following GOODS, which will be fold ou tuVmoit "* iönable terms forcash, or good clean wool. Iron rim locks, 6, T and 8 ineh with bran knobt, Brass cupboard and door locks, .v Patent padlocks, >? Elegant brass fenders, Britannia meta] tea p^fi, Ditto tea and table spoons, Handsome tea tray and waiter, g * i Polished steel and brass snufori and bra» eandlifctiuJu» Iron ditto, Table knives and forks, Pocket and pen knives. Butchers* knives and steels, Tailors* and trimming seisia r«. Beer and liquor cocks, Steelyards and hay knives« * Sheepshears and sickles, Powder flasks and shot belts, Gunpowder and shot, Shingle and lath hammers, Plaistering and brick trowels, plated spurs Shoe rasps and tips, Smoothing and jack planes, Drawing knives and Coopers' following ditto, v Coopers' compasses with screws, 6, 8, and t2 inch, Large scale beams., small and with copper scales, weights from a q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

FOR ENGLAND DIRECT. THE good ship Lang to sail immediately on her return from Sydney- ' . IO* For Freightor Passage apply to _W.A. Bethune, SHIP HARVEY. FOR London direct, the fine fast sailing ship Harvey* 300 tons register, George Findlay, com mander, will return fiom Sydney to this port, with all convenient speed, and will sail in all November, has most"superior accommodation *or passengers, and a considerable part of her «arg^o is already engaged. For freight or passage apply to W. Evans, M £n i>ardj or to KemP and Co* Agents. . JN .B. The stores of Kemp & Co. are open for Te reception of Wool as it may arrive from the country, for the convenience of shippers. r 'Ta'UP BÖL G. LANGFORD has on Sale ¿p elegant chintz.Bed Furnitures neatly made up in EiOn .. don, on. reasonable terms for ready mjonèy,. y . FARM TO BE'LET,V" [ ¿fS! TO BE LET,and may be entered upon immediately a desirâbï« FARM, pleasantly situated, commanding a good run, l8 railes from Hobart-town and eigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

MR. KERR is landing from the Denmark Hill Capiain Foreman, several crates of earthenware, and two pipes of good old Poit Wine, which will be sold on reasonable Terms. Hobart-town.Aug.31, 1827. Afew superior darb coloured great Coats on sale. " Measr«, BELL <fc Co. have for sale at their - Stores, per Medway, Liverpool £alt, rums, port wine in 7 doz, cates, Swedish and English ii on assorted, also fresh Brazil tobacco in bond, Cape wine, double refined loaf sugar, &c. fresh Hyson ¿kin tea, &c. _. i OBI: LET COR a term of three or ÛVQ year« a FARM 6f ÔO0O acres of Land on Salt Pan plains, with SOOO to 4000 im- , proved healthy sheep. This property is most desirably situated, itith an excellent dwelling house, out-houses, and a gaidcn highly cultivated and well stocked with choice fruit trees and vegetables, 300 to 400 acres well fenced and ditched, formed into paddock, abundantly supplied with water on each side of the grants, and from whence st<'...

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