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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.- On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson, but     owing to contrary winds could   not get out of the river till   Tuesday, the ship Eliza, Captain Hunt; having   on board the HONORABLE the COMMISSIONER                   of ENQUIRY and his Secretary, THOMAS HOBBES SCOTT.Esq.- Passengers, John Oxley, Esq. Surveyor General, John Harris, Esq, Dr. Scott, R. N., Mr. Frazier, botanist, Captain Dixon, of the Regalia, Mr. H. Mason, Mr,     Curr, and Mr. Savage. The ships Prince Regent and Regalia have proceeded down the river on their whaling voyage. On the 14th ult« arrived at Pott Dalrymple, the fchoonor Sindbad, from Pott Jack foo. fafTcnger, Lieut. Leroux,of the 48th Regiment,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

TTO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. Lewis, *> at his Auction Room, on Wedneiday naxr, the 7tK luttant, at t s o'clock, a Quantity of Lime Juicr» Door Hinges, Planks ot Cedar, and various other Articles too numerous to mentions-Prompt Payment in Cam,--ALSO, a Quantity of Iron.pots, for which Wheat will be received in Payment. OR SALE, at Mr. Lewis's STORS, for ready Money only, the following Goodi: Wtih.haod Stands! Bed Beads, Chairs, Elbow ditto, Liquor Stands, Banbury Locks, Pocket Knives, Pen ditto, Pruning do. Bulb do. Ink Stands, Settlors, mix'd Pint, Whitechapel Needles, Britannia Metal Table Spoons« Tet do. Combs, Boys Wellington Caps, Trimmed Ladies'Bonnets, Plain do, Leghorn do« Coil. dren's do. Hand-fans, Shoemaker'Hemp, and Stationary, _ VI OTtCE.-Ihole Ferions indebted to the *-> Firm of Karnsp sud GATB-HOWSS are now informed for the laft Time, that ifiheir refpective Accounts are not liquidated OB or before'the 14th ïnitant, they will be fûed for the fame without Deify....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

CASKS.—A fair Price will be given for 4 0r 5 Tons of Casks ; it matters not about the Age so as they are Sound. A single Cask will be purchased.—Apply   at the Derwnt Hotel. WANTED immediately, from Ten to Twen- ty Thousand Feet of Black Whattle Inch Boards, 6, 9, and 12 Feet long ; and 6, 9, and 12 Inches wide, for the Purpose of mak- ing into Cases.—Any Person or Persons wish- ing to contract for the same, will apply to Mr. LOANE, at his Residence in Macquarie- street, for further Particulars. ALL Persons are hereby cautioned against trespassing, by Stock or otherwise, on the Farm adjoining that of the undersigned, at   the Black Brush, formerly the Property of   Mr. J. INGLE, but now belonging to E. LORD, Esq. on Pain of being prosecuted according to Law. JOHN STAPLES, Tenant.

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

BRITISH EXTRACTS. FOUNDATION OF THE GREAT STONE AT SHEERNESS.-[Extract of a letter from Sheer ness.]—The first stone of the stupendous dry docks erecting at Sheerness dock-yard was yes   terday laid by Commissioner the Honourable       Courtenay Boyle, amidst an immense assem bled multitude of workmen, masons, labour ers, pile-drivers, convicts, and others. I hap     pened to be present, and such things, you know, only sometimes happen even to a sentimental       traveller. The extent of this prodigious and praisewor thy undertaking seems to be little known to the public, and well might the Secretary of the Admiralty, upon a recent occasion in the House of Commons, invite the gentlemen questioning the utility of these works to a personal inspec tion : it is indeed from a personal inspection a lone, that the extent, utility, durability, and magnificence of the undertak...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

On Sunday last, at one o'clock, the HONOR- ABLE the COMMISSIONER of ENQUIRY em- barked onboard the ship Eliza in the Lieutenant Governor's barge, under a salute of 13 guns from Mulgrave Battery. The Commissioner was accompanied to the beach by the LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR, and the Principal Offi- cers of the Settlement. By account received yesterday from Port   Dalrymple, John Ayres, one of the gang of five runaway convicts from George Town, was shot on the 21st ult. by a soldier of the 48th Regiment, belonging to a party who were in pursuit of the gang. A Coroner's Inquest, which sat on the body, pronounced a verdict of justifiable homicide. The remainder of the gang had all been taken or had surrendered except one, supposed to be wounded when Ayres was shot.   By the Prince Regent, we have received two Sydney Gazettes to the 22d April; by which we perceive that His Imperial Russian Majesty's ships Wostock, Captain Billinghausen, and Mornoy, Captain Lazaroff,...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Thursday, 1st June, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 June 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Thurfday, 1ft June, 1820. , SUNDAY Next being the 4th June, the Anniveriary of His MAJESTY'S Birth   day will be observed on Monday the 5th which will be a Holiday through out the Settlement       AtSun.rife the Royal Standard will be hoift ed at Mulgrave Battery»-At Twelve ©'C1 .ck a Salute of 21 Guns will bo fired ; and at the, fame Hoar the Detachment of Troop» will puado on the Barrlck HU), and fire a $tu at 7vii i» Honour of the Diy. Tha Deputy Afliftant Commifiary General wiU caufe td be ifiued to each of the Noa-com. mifiioned Officer« and Privato Soldiers, One Pound of Frefh Meat, and Half.a-Pim of Spirits, to drink Bia Majefty'a Health* T¿© Deputy Aífiftant Çommiffary General will ilfo caufe to he iJTiied to the (avérai Su- perintendants, Overfeors, Confiables, and other Per fens in îihe aftual Employ ,of Government, Ona Pound of Frcih Meat, and Half-a-Pint of Spirit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H.E.ROBINSON, Secretary

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 20th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, May 20th, 1820. THE above Government and General Order by His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, for the Regulation of the Town and Vicinity of Sydney, with Regard to the dangerous and unlawful Use of Fire Arms, is to be considered as in Force in this Settlement from the Date of the present Publication ; of which all Chief and other Constables and Peace Officers will take Notice, and will govern themseves accordingly. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

* From late British publications we copy the following : — STATUS OF THE LATE WARREN HAST- INGS.—At a Quarterly General Court of Pro- prietors, held on the 23d of Sept, 1819, at the East India House, the Chairman informed the Court, that the Court of Directors, taking in- to consideration the merits and eminent services of the late Right Hon. Warren Hastiings, had come to a resolution on the subject, which they should hear read. The resolution was then read. It stated, that the Court having maturely consi- dered the very distinguished services which the late Right Hon. Warren Hastings had rendered to the Company, in having preserved their In- dian possessions entire against the encroachments of the Mah medan, Mahratta, and European Powers, had resolved, that his statue should be erected and placed in their Council-room, at the expense of the Company. FLY IN TURNIPS.— Lord Thanet, and Mr. Grey, both eminent agriculturists, have communicated to the Board of Agriculture their convictio...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. On Monday last the anniversary of the birth of our venerable SOVEREIGN was observed with the usual ceremonies.—In the evening His Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR enter- tained at dinner, at Government House, the Officers (Civil and Military) of the Settlement. His Majefty's colonial brig Princess Charlotte hss arrived at Port Dalrymple with female pri- soners for the two Settlements, transhipped from the Janus. After landing 25 at Port Dalrym- ple, she was immediately to proceed on her voyage to this port. BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.—Benjamin and Joseph Risby, the two brothers lately noticed in our paper as having been apprehended for sheep- stealing, were on Saturday last fully committed to take their trial before the Criminal Court at Sydney; as was also their shepherd, Patrick Murphy, crown prisoner, for being concern- ed in the same robbery. Mr. Daniel Stanfield, sen, a settler of Green Point, who is one of their prosecutors, has h...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 8th April, 1820. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 8th April, 1820. CIVIL DEPARTMENT.   THE frequent Discharge of Fire Arms within the Town and even in the Streets of Syd-     ney, both by Day and Night, which has lately taken Place, to the great Annoyance and Dan- ger of the Inhabitants, rendering it necessary to call the Attention of all Descriptions of Persons       to this Circumstance, and particularly to require the Constables and Peace Officers to be prompt   and vigilant in rigidly enforcing the present standing Orders, againft all Persons who shall     hereafter be found discharging Guns, Pistols, or Fire Arms of any Description whatever, within the Streets or Town of Sydney ; it is hereby ordered and directed that the Constables and all other the Peace Officers and Watchmen, do seize and secure all Persons whatever, who shall after the present Dat...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 10th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE, SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 10th, 1820.   ALL Carts and Carriages, are prohibited from passing along the New Road com- menced and now in progress to the Coal River and Pitt Water, until further Notice; such Passage being injurious to the Works this Season, and causing obstructions to the Gangs thereon employed.         By Command of His Honor H. E. Robinson, Secretary. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,    24th March, 1820.   List of Persons from whom Supplies of   Meat will be received at His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Land for the ensu- ing Quarter. AT HOBART TOWN: — June 17 — James Healey 2000, William Nicholls 1000. AT PORT DALRYMPLE:— June 15 — Joseph Lowe 500, Robert Beams 500, William Foggo 500, James Brumbey 2500, W. F. Baker 900; 22 —Mr. James Cox 1000, Thomas and John Stevens 1000, James and Richard Jordon 1000, James...

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Proclamation, By His Excellency LACHLAN MACQUARIE, Esquire, Captain General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Mejesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

Proclamation, By His Excellency LACHLAN MAC- QUARIE, Esquire, Captain General,   Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &. &c. WHEREAS the STOCK PROPRIETORS of this Territory and its Dependencies are greviously harassed, by having their Cattle distrained and impounded for heavy Damages, done or alleged to be done to the Crops of cer- tain Settlers, who will not enclose their Planta- tions; but too often keep them open for the very Purpose of extorting such Damages out of the Trespasses of their Neighbour's Cattle.: And whereas it is incident and necessary to the Office of Provost Marshal to make Replevin of Cattle and Goods distrained for Trespass, or otherwise: And whereas it would tend very much to the Public Good if these Trespasses and Distresses   were more frequently tried and determined in the respective Courts of Judicature of the Territory and its Depe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 10 June 1820

Provost Marshal's Office, June 10th, 1820. THE Office of Provost Marshal of Van Die- men's Land will be held at my House in Liverpool-street until further Notice. Office Hours from 10 to 2.   JOHN BEAMONT, Provost Marshal.     WILL Sail direct for Liverpool early in the Month of September next the fine fast- sailing Brig ROBERT QUAYLE.—For Pas- sage apply y0 Captain LESLIE, on board.   THE brig ACTIVE will sail for Port Jack- son the latter end of July, or beginning of August.—-For Freight or Passage apply to KEMP and Co. Macquarie-ftreet.   NOTICE.—Those Persons indebted to the Firm of KEMP and GATEHOUSE are               now informed for the last Time, that if their respective Accounts are not liquidated on or before the 14th Instant, they will be sued for the same without Delay. [ June 3, 1820. SWANS.—Any Person who may have e...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 17th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

UOVT. AND G&N12KAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART Town, Saturday. June 17th, 1820* TJIS EXCILLBMCY thO GOVERNOR ¡0 **. * CHIEF having been pleafed, by Govern n»ntaa(i General Oidor, -bearing Duo í&il) o HE April hit,-to alter and réduce the Rates ofi Charge for Trefpafs and Damage, as levied by the feveral Pound.keepers in the .Territory ol| New South Wales; it is hereby ordered, thin the follôvviog Scale of Pound Rates for Trcf-I ¡ptfsand Dfmage.ls fixed by His EXCILLÍN. CY under the faid Order, 'mall be from the orefent Date io Force in the Settlements in Van Dicman's Land :~ For Horfes per Head per Day .. as 0*2 [From'i to io . . . 6d, per Day» ~ £ } From 11 to 20 a . . 4¿. Q u j From 21 to go . . . 3d. S.v. For 5 t and upwards * 2d. f From t to 20 . . , . 2d. per Day. From 21 to 50 .' . . - *{d. From 51 to loo . . . id, L For 101 aad upwards » ¿d4 Swîne per Head . . » ? 11. per Day. Sucking Pigs i é . . - 6d. But in no' Inflanca whatever, (ball any Charge fur P...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

ÖTTH^NOR the LI*UTB*I ANT GOVERNOR bas thought proper to dirett, that all Fuolic Communications which may appear in the -HOBART J OWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTERt(igned\vi\h any Official Signature, are to he confuiered as Official Communications made to thofe Perlons to whom-they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR), H.E.ROBINSON, Secretary*

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, June 17th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE^ SBCBBTARY'SOFPICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, june 17th, 1020. I T being the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'», Intention to make an early Diftribution of ¡the Merino Ram Lambs lately received from. Port Jackfon$ His HONOR takes this Method of explaining to the Sheep-owners the Principles which will govern him in this Proceeding. It is tha LtauTiNANTGovER*ioB.'sfincere Douro to rehder the Intentions of Government in the Importation of theft Rams as Effica- cious as poflible for the Improvement of the ¡BrseoTof Sheep inthefe Settlements; and he laments that the great Lois which occurred amongft them on the PaiTagawill prevent (he more general Diffuiion of tbem for which tiie to* tal Number embarked would have provided : But the great Reduction which has arifen (exceed, tng One.third) having rendered it impracticable to fopply all Applicants» it remains only fcr the LIEUTENANT GOVIRNO* tofulßl to the belt of his Judgment the Inftruftion a of His Ex CEtifENCT thef GOVIRNOB in...

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Proclamation, By His Excellency LACHLAN MACQUARIE, Esquire, Captain General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

Proclamation By His Excellency LACHLAN MAC«! QUARII, Efqaire, Captain General, Governor and Commander io Chief in and over His Msjefly's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. Sec» «irrHEREAS thaSTOCK PROPRIETORS W of «his Territory ead its Dependencies at grisvoufly handed, hy having ^hóir Catilr dillriined sod impounded for heavy Dimiges, done or alleged, to begone tofthé Crops' of cer- tain Settlers, who will not cnclofe their Planta- tions, but too often keep them open'for the very Purpofe of extorting fuch Damages out of lae Trefpaftet oHheir Neighbour's Cattle : And whereas it is incident and neceffary to theOfficeöfProvoft Maiíhal to mike Replevin of Cattle and Goods dlftrtraed for Trefpsfs, or otherwife : And whereas it would tend very mäch tothe Public Good if thefo Trefpaffea and Di ft refft» .rere mora frequently fried and determined in the refpe&ive Courts of judicatura «of the Territery and its.Dependencies: BE IT THEREFORE, a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

The following memoir on the most ne cessary regimen for sheep, read at the meet- ing of the-Royal Medical Society of Paris, by M. DAUBENTON, we copy from a pub- lication, written by Mr. JAMES. HOGG, the Ettrick Shepherd, lately published in Edinburgh :-. . . -, A good regimen is necessary to the preservat- tion of the health of sheep; hence, too, one of the best meant of curing their disorders. Attention should be paid to the choice and quality of food placed in the rack, as well as to that which they crop in the fielda; because from such is derived their sole nourishment in bad seasons, and because the most succulent pasturage is the moft dangerous. Tares, tre- foil, lucern, clover, and all those grasses equal- ly relishing to sheep, and favourable to health, may prove mortal if taken in too great quanti- ty.. The air which they engender, swells their greatest stomach like a baloon, the tension ob- structs rumination and the ¡ncrease of the size of the stomach compresses the large ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 June 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. By accounts from Port Dalrymple received last evening, we learn that the schooner Little Mary from Port Jackson had arrived at that Settlement ; also, that His Majesty's colonial brig Princess Char- lotte, commanded by Mr. Devine, sailed yesterday week with her complement of female prisoners for this port ; and that the brig Governor Macquarie, with upwards of 40000 bushels of wheat, and a quantity of beef and wool, and the schooner Sindbad, with a cargo of wheat and meat, had sailed for, Sydney. The latter vessel takes up two prisoners who have lately been fully com- mitted to take their trial at the Criminal Court for the wilful murder of a settler named William Fogo, at Launceston. The prisoners names are, McKoy and Monagan. Dr. Owen has gone to Sydney as a witness on the trial. Edward Brian and John Atkinson were on Saturday last charged before a Bench of Magis- trates with stealing six watches in the dwelling- house of John Will...

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