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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

MARRIED—On Saturday last, WIL- LIAM SORELL, Esq. Registrar of the Supreme Court, to Miss KEMP, daughter of ANTHONY FENN KEMP, Esq.                        

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVED, Late last night, the cutter Governor   Arthur, from Sydney. SAILED,     Sept 26. The ship Security, Captain Ross, for Sydney, with part of her original cargo. Passengers - Miss Bannister, Mrs. M'Leod, and 2 children, Lieutenant Cart- wright, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Mr Glen, Mr. Smith, Mr.T. Turner, Mr.Meedlow ; Ann Martin, and Catherine Gough. Sept. 29. The schooner, Governor Bris- bane, Capt. Davidson, on a Sealing Voyage. STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 19TH TO 26TH SEPT. 1825. Result. Clear. Showers. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Squally By the last accounts from Sydney, we learn, that the Tread Wheel is established there, and that it answers well. In the state of society which now prevails in these colonies, such an instrument of prison discipline, must be productive of much good. It must be less repugnant to the feelings of a Magistrate, to sentence a culprit to a mere punishment of hard labour of this...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

SATURDAY, OCTOBER!, 1825. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds- 10½d. Average Price of Wheat, by the Bakers' Returns, 19s. 9d.     Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week,   Jocelyn Thomas, Esq. TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A Settler," on the propriety of inspecting the Sheep and Cattle slaughtered for the use of the Road Parties, next week. " A Baker" will see that we have availed ourselves of his hint. Owing to an obscure passage in the manu script, we are obliged to postpone the continuation of Defensor, and to request the author for another copy. TO SUBSCRIBERS. We hope to commence the New Quarter   - next Week, with a Supplement, contain- ing a LIST of the RUNAWAYS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

R Engineers Office, September 29, 1225.   REQUIRED immediately, for the Use of Government, TWENTY YOUNG OXEN. Tenders will be received at this Office until the 14th Proximo, from Persons willing to dispose of the same SYDNEY COTTON, Acting Engineer. QUARTER SESSIONS.   NOTICE is hereby given, that a Ge neral Quarter Session of the Peace, for Van Diemen's Land and its Depen- dencies, will be held at the Times and Places following ;- That is to say,   At Hobart Town, on Monday the 7th   Day of November next.   At the Coal River, on Monday the 14,th Day of November next. At Jericho, on Satuiday the 19th Day     of November next.     At New Norfolk, on Monday the 21 st Day of November next;     At Campbell Town, on Wednesday the 23d Day of November next,-and, At Launceston, on Monday the 5th Day of December next. At which Session, so to be held a...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 October 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. -000000 -   The average price of wheat, for the last eight years, at Odessa, on the Black Sea the only port in Southern Europe from which any considerable supplies can be obtained, is a fraction under 3s. a-bushel ; freight and other expences would be as much, so that it can be sold in Mark-lane at 6s. a-bushel. It is inferior to English wheat about one sixth. New York prices of wheat for the last five years average 4s 9d ; the cost of importation &c. nearly 2s. Its quality is fully equal to that of English wheat. At Rotterdam, the average price of wheat for the last ten years, is 6s. It is 6d a-bushel inferior to English. The wedding portion of Lady Corn-   Willis, lately married, was £70 000. Mackarel was sold at Brighton, on the 18th April last, at £13 a hundred. - The following instance of the figure hyperbole, occurs in Boaden's Memoirs of J. P. Kemble. - " From Portman-square, Mr. Kemble and I continued our wal...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

~7ó'(Ae Ëaitor. I Sir-T beg to direct your attention to the present .system 'oj;' supplying the road parties willi meat, If it is thought requisite to inspect all cattle and sheep brought into Hobart Town, it is surely no less necessary to have those intended for the road parties examined before slaughtering them ; yet those supplying are allowed to kill, either at their own houses, or at the road huts, as may be« suit them. Allow,me, therefore, to sug- gest the propriety of appointing the overseer of each party to inspect all cattle and sheep intended for the supply I of the party. Should this or some simi-1 lar plan be adopted, I am of opinion that I a considerable check would be put to the i present system of cattle and sheep steal- B »nig. 1 am, Sir, your, &c. 1 A Settler. B

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

Birth.-At Launceston, on Saturday last, Mrs. Newman Williatt, of a Daughter.       Married.-On Thursday last, by Special License, at St. David's Church by the Rev. Wm. Bedford, Henry Crockett, Esq. Assistant Surgeon at H. M. Colonial Hospital, to Miss Var- don, daughter in law to Mr. Drabble Superintendent of the Female Factory, and niece of Samuel Arthur Vardon, Esq. of the firm of Medley & Vardon, Bar- tholomew-lane, London, and upwards of thirty years a member of the Stock Exchange.  

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

SA » URDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1823. Assize of Bread for the ensuing JVeek, The Loaf of Two Pounds-10d|. Average Price of Wheat, by the Bakers' Hetuins, 19s. 9d." Sitting Magistrate for the ensui?tg tîreek, j Rev. JR. Knopwood.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

> To the Editor. Sir-I was in h>pes (hat a pian, so pregnant with benefits to the agricultural interest of this Colony as the establish- ment at Blight on, would not have met wnh farther opposition from short-sighted selfishness; for it can be no other feeling that has raised this cry again>t the pros- perity pf the largest, and most important part- of the community, that Hobart Town will be injured. All grievances seem to have relation only to Hobart Town, and its inhabitants, not easting one thought on the inland community, by whom in tact they live, and in whose rise or tall they must eventually participle,. Ha« the fermer nothing to complain of,] nothing to hope for, no-expences At tend- ing his operations ? No pursuit can be engaged in, which is attended with so many expences/ as that of the agricul- turist ; none whose return is more uncer tain,andtowhom imrnediatecotiveniences are more necessary. At precent, the farmer has no nearer market than Hobart Town-no artisan...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, October 4, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.   Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   October 4, 1825 THE under-mentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom during the last Week ; William Taylor . . . . . . . Surrey (S) Samuel Johnson . . . . . . . Ditto Thomas Wilson . . . . . . . Neptune William Perry . . . . . . Fanny William Thornhill . . . . . . Globe Michael Boland . . . . . . Hibernia Thomas Brown . . . . . . . Bencoolen John Lynch . . . . . . . Ditto John Montagu, Secretary.     COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, SEPT. 16, 1825. FRESH MEAT to be received during the   Quarter ending 24th December, 1825 :— HOBART TOWN. Oct. 14. Champion & Co. . . . 8000, at 3 7/8 d. 21. Ditto . . . . . . . 8000,ditto 28. Richard Dry . . . . . . . 8000, ditto Nov. 4. Ditto . . . . . . . . 8000, ditto 11. Champion & Co. . . . . . . . . 8000, ditto l8. Ditto .8000, ditto 25. Ditto . . . . . . . . 8000, ditto Dec. 2. Andrew Downie . . . . . . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Ge- neral Quarter Session of the Peace, for Van Diemen's Land and its Depen- dencies, will be held at the Tjmes and Places following ;-That is to say, At Hobart Town, on Monday the 7th Day of November next. At the Coal River, on Monday the 14th Day of November next. At Jericho, on Saturday the 19th Day of November next. At New Norfolk, on Monday the 21st Day of November next; At Campbell Town, on Wednesday the 2Sd Day of November next,-and, At" Launceston, on Monday the 5th Day of December next. At which Session, so to be held as aforesaid, such Peisons as are under Re- cognizances, either to prosecute or ap- pear, are requested to attend. f ,,", " The Court will sit on each Day at 10 o'Clock precisely. Subpoenas for Witnesses may be ob- tained on Application at my Office. W. T. Parramore, Clerk of the Peace. GEOBGE STOKELL begs leave respect {tilly to inform bis Friends, and the Public in general, that lie lias just received for Sale...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

- SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, Sept. 30.-The cutter Governor Arthur, Captain Curry, from Sydney, Sept. 14, with tea and sugar tor Mr. Reibey. JPas sengers--Mr. Reibey, Mr. A. Paterson, and Mr Black. Oct. 1 -The brig Cyprus, Capt. Todd, from Macquarie Island, Sept. 17, with 66 tons of elephant oil, for S. Hood, Esq. with part of the Crew of the Caroline, which was wrecked there (the others hav- ing gone on to Sydney by the brig Wel- lington), and a prisoner who had been there nearly three years. Oct. 4. The ship Triton, Capt. Crear, from Leith, May 21, Teneriffe, June 24, with a general cargo of merchandize, for the Australian Company. Passengers for this Colony - Mr. and Mrs. Lyttleton and family, Mr. Dudgeon, Dr. Macleod, 3 Masters Macleod and 2 Misses Macleod, Miss Harvie, and Mr. Maclauchlan, agent     to the Australian Company, in all 16 per- sons, and 33 passengers for Sydney, among whom are Mr. Ryrie, Deputy Assistant Commissary General, Mrs. Ryrie...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, October 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER.   Government House, Hobart Town,   October 1, 1825. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint, subject to the Confirmation of His Excellency the Governor, Major KIRKWOOD of the 40th Regiment, to be Acting Engineer, vice Captain Cotton of the 3rd Regi- ment, proceeding to India in the Medina Transport By His Honor's Command,     John Montagu, Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

A D VERTÍS EMENTS. Treasurer's OJice, Oct. 6, 1825. rj^UE SALARIES, for the Quarter 1 ending Suth September, 189,5, will be paid at this Office, on Thursday next, the 13th instant, at 10 o'Clock. Jocelyn Thomas, Jet. Col. Treasurer. Engineer's Office, October 7, 1225. npENÙERS, accompanied willi Samples, J. will be received at the Office of the Acting Engineer, until the 13th Instant, from e.mli Persons as are willing to Supply the undermentioned Articles - 10 Cwt. Shingle and Lath Nails. 20 Cwt. Paling Na Is. 15 Cwt. 40-penny Naili. 20 Dozeu Hand Saw Files. 2*J üoicú Pit Saw Files.' lu Cwt. As sorted Cordage. T. Kirkwood, Acting Engineer. CHAMPION'^ üty-ORE, ARGYLlt-StTREEJ. , ' _ \J pion & Co.- Salisbury flannel for fable covers an«! children's pt lisses cocoa nut od, shoemakers' hemp; ironmongery, *. onshiiog of drawer and patent padlocks, bolts, Idtthets, drawer handles; butt hinges, screws, augers, uails, frying pans, gridirons h nil garden rakes, knives and forks, bed-...

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LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. We have received Papers to the 15th September. The last contains the unfor- tunate loss of the ship Valetta. On the 10th July -she struck on Cumberland island, near Cape Hillsborough, and con- tinued beating all the night until the tide left her next morning. At high water she filled, and half the rice was damaged before it could be landed. The wind being off shore, they succeeded in getting her off, the lower hold being full of wa- ter. Next day they got her dry, and, on the 22d, having every thing re-shipped,   sailed for the first port. In the evening of next day they anchored at the entrance of Whitsunday Passage ; and a heavy swell running, by the jerking of the cable, a broken piece of coral rock fell out of her bottom and she leaked alarm- ingly. On the 24th they weighed, and found a good harbour and smooth water near Cape Gloucester, where they laid her on the ground, on a bed of mud and sand, the people being so fatigued they could not haye ...

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SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SIDE, OCTOBER 5, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

SUPREME COURT.   CIVIL SIDE, OCTOBER 5, 1825. This being the morning fixed to decide the question of unexampled interest, which has lately occupied so much of the public attention, His Honor the Chief Justice delivered his opinion, in a speech which lasted upwards of three hours, the leading features of which were, as neatly as we could collect, as follows : - "It now becomes my duty, to give   judgment upon the motion made to the Court, respecting certain conduct of the Attorney General. The subject is one so extremely important, and considering the authorities adduced, respecting the prac- tice at home, one attended with so many peculiar difficulties, that I should have wished a longer time had been allowed me for its consideration, were it not unjust and unfair, that a criminal proceeding of this kind should be permitted to remain undisposed of, and the Attorney General thereby kept in suspence respecting it, for one moment longer than is absolutely nece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO COVER for the Season, that well- known, entire Horse, JACK, the   property of F. Champion & Co. Terms -Twelve Dollars each Mare, and Two Dollars to the Groom, to whom applica- tion must be made at the Stables in Argyle-street. TO COVER this Season, and will Stand at Mr. RICHARD WHITE'S Stables, Launceston Hotel, that well known thorough-bred Iron-grey Arab Horse, DUKE of BRONTE, six years old, allowed by good judges to be the finest Horse on this Side of the Island; stands fifteen hands and one inch high. His sire was Piper, that fine grey Arab, which was allowed to be the finest Horse ever imported into this Colony ; dam by Shirk, also a very fine imported Horse, Terms-Twenty Dollars, and Two Dol- lars the Groom, to be paid at the time the Mares receive the Horse; and any of the Mares that do not Stand, shall be allowed to be brought a second and third time, without any extra Charge. IMPOUNDED, at Benlomoud, the   following CATTL...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

MISCELLANY,     ORIGINAL AND SELECT.   The imprisonment of debtors, has of late met with much consideration. Our ancestors have allotted a punishment to a class of men of whom nothing is known except that they are unfortunate. That fraud and dishonesty ought to be pu- nished all must allow ; but the impri- sonment of honest debtors, so far from being beneficial to creditors, is a means of deferring, not of approximating, the period of payment. The property of a debtor should be 'directly reached.' In the city of London a creditor can, by a process issuing through the Lord Mayor's, court, possess himself of the property which his debtor may happen to have ia the hands of a third party.   Messrs. Marsh, Stracey, & Graham, passed their final examination before the Bankrupt Commissioners on the 17th April. The creditors gave back their jewels to the wives of the bankrupts. The skins, per Midas, were sold at the Lower Commercial...

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RUNAWAY NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, October 8, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

RUNAWAY NOTICE.                                   POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN. October 8, 1825.       THE undermentioned Persons, having absented themselves from their usual Places of Residence, all Constables and Others are hereby required to use their utmost Exertions to apprehend and lodge them in safe Custody.   A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Superintendent of Police.       108; James Anderson, 5 ft. 1¾ in. brown hair, light hazel eyes, 26 years of age, a   clerk, tried at Middlesex Dec.6, sentence life, arrived in this Colony per Countess Harcourt, born in London, absconded from Prisoners' barracks Sept. 11, 1825 - £2 Reward. I. Walter Archibald, 5 ft. 8½ in. light &a...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE, OCTOBER 1, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 October 1825

SUPREME COURT.                   CRIMINAL SIDE, OCTOBER 1, 1825. George Bagley and Thomas Bellamy,   were charged with stealing 240 lbs. of pork from Mr. W. Cross, at Break Neck Hill, near the Coal River. On the 22d   of March last, he had killed a pig, and hung it up in an outhouse, in which he himself slept during the warm season, in order to avoid the vermin in his own hut. His only servant, and old man, after seeing   his master to bed, and fastening his door with a bit of stick, retired to rest in the original hut, about four yards distant. At midnight two men came and fastened the door, on the outside, and told him that if he ventured to force it open, they   would blow his brains out. He, however, opened a small window, opposite the door of the place in which his master slept, when he saw two men pull out the ...

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