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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

BIRTH.-At Launceston on the 19th ult. the wife of Mr. Thorn- ton, Naval Officer , of a daughter. DIED-At Sydney on the 19th ult, James Holland, Esq. soli- citor general of New South Wales, and Commissioner of the Court of Requests,

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

SWAN'S STORES. -0060000 TO THE LADIES. J. SWAN has just received per the Medway a further addition to his late advertisements, consisting of English silks, Italian nets, gauzes, Jesse crapes, Sec, of the followingdescrip tion and colours, viz. Persians of every useful colour. Plain sarsenets, I Brown, Sky, | French black, Gros de Naples, | Emerald, | Brown/ J French plum, French white, &c. Laventines, | , Emerald, | French black, > "Figured sarsenets* Emerald, | Sky, Pink, I Lavender. Peach, ' j &c. Pink, Leghorn, Wíiite, VllCG, Sky, Lavender, While, French black, Browny Waterloo, Lavender, French plum Flamme, &c. Figured Gros de Naples French Purple, Emerald, Brown French black. i Satins. Peach, Browni Sky, Pink, ^ French black, White, Italian iiets, Waterloo, [ Lavender, Peach, j French Peach, Buff, j French plum, Brown, | Crimson, Lawn gauzes. Freueh black, Grass, Brown, Leghorn, Puce, French white, Mazarine, Emerald. Sky, Slate, &c. White Puce,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

              BIRTH.- On Thursday evening last, Mrs. B. Morris, of the Ship Inn, of twins.          

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor hasJbeen pleased to approve of the undermentioned appointments to the Band of Field Police:, Edward Wansborne, Caledonia 2. Stationed at Oatlands. 415 William Seymour, Richmond 129 John Flack, . Juliana, ' - ¡' 333 William Forbes Duncan, Asiar, I Stationed at Great Swan-port ' 383 Samuel Dixon (T.L.) Medina,'. . ! Stationed at New Norfolk. __. Il By Command of His Excellency, I J. BURNETT. ? Commissariat Office. August 29, 1827 FRESH MEAT. Required for the weekly «»pply of His Majesty's stores Hobait-fown, during the quarter commencing 25th September - next, from eight to ten thousand* pounds of Meat of the best quality.' TetSders to furnish any part of the same from one thousand pounds and upwards, will be re- ceiveduntil 12 o'clock of Thursday the 20th ....*«. if-i V» \JHJKJl\. \J¡ day of.September. A , MOODIE, A.C.G\ .» MTT T/Commissariat Office, August 30, 1827. ^A^K.-Tenders to supply the Col...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 18,37* | THE Lieutenant Governor has much plea- sure in observing that rftany of the memorials for TICKETS OF LEAVE which have been pre- sented to His Excellency, are recommended by the masters of the applicants; and with a view to the encouragement of such recommendations of deserving servants, His Excellency has direct- ed, that whenever this indulgence shall be granted on the certificate of the master, another convict shall be assigned to his service with the least possible delay, on his forwarding an appli cationln the prescribed form to the Principal Superintendent, By Command of His Excellencv, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Au£. 30, 1837. . i THE Lieutenant Governor hal approved of V appointment of Mr. Frederick Thomas Brad- dy, as Keeper of His Majesty's Goal at Jericho, iceJLiddell removed. By Command of His Excellency, N J. BURNETT.

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

OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT, August 2#, 1827. NOTICE is hereby given that the Session of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery 'of this Court; ivtîfclr atands adjourned to be holden in the Court-house at Launceston, on Thursday the Sixth day of September next, will be then and there further adjourned until Monday the First day of October next, to be then holden at the same place', and no trial or other business mil be commenced until the last mentioned day. m The unavoidable necessity of this adjournment, and the Jength of time likely to be occupied In the trial of the Prisoners in Launces- ton Gaol, leave no alternative hut to postpone the next Term of the Civil Court. , ' \ NOTICE is therefore hereby given that the Fourth Term of this Court will coinirence on Tuesday the Sixth day of November next, instead of Monday the First day"of October as'formeity fixed, and vii! terminate on Monday the Third day'of December next. The return of all Writs already issuedand returnable on ;the...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER l, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

HOBART-TOWN -""- 1 -SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER l,'l827. V -uuuuvoo The advantages of unanimity are at last begin» ning to shew themselves. Two or three societies have lately been established in Hobart-town, and the settlers on the iMaequarie, have joined toge- ther, and constructed, at a moderate expense a very substantial and convenient bridge across that river, communicating wilh Campbell-town and its vicinity, We hope these beginnings will operate as stimulating examples to other and larger undertakings. A large assemblage of the mosj respectable part of the settlers is expected bothat the Ross and the Cross Marsh markets on Wednesday, and we cannot but anticipat that the difficulty some of the visitors will experi- ence, in consequence of the late rains, in cross ing the Esk, the Clyde and the Jordan, and the present low price of wheat and wool will remind them ef the necessity of devising some method to remedy all these drawbacks on their comforts and prosperity. In the matter of brid...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, August 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

."".?* v GOVERNMENT NOTICE, \ ' Colonial Secretary's Office, August SD-, 1837; I , THE Period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, Cer tificates have been granted to them accordingly. 391 William Woods, Richmond.   122 John Manuel alias Prince, Morley, 2. 331 John Seaman, Lady Ridley, 126 William Kirwan, Lady Ridley     324 William Cox, Maria   229 John Stalker, Coromandel J 68 Thomas Davis, Caledonia. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, ;; J. BURNETT.

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOWN, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

SHIPPING Sç COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. I ARRIVED AT HOBART-TOTVN^ j Aug. SO. The ship Denmark Hill, John Foreman, commander, from Sydney August 22, with 84 tons coals, COO bags (30 tons) sugar, ex Orpheus ; 9.6 crates earthenware, 8 puns, rum, 264 planks and 828 boards cedar, 3 casks cheese, \0 cases cottons 2 cases rib* bons, ö cases oranges. -» Passengers, Mr. Philip Cavenagh, Mr, James Cox, Mrs. Fore* man, and Misses C. and E. Pawsey. Agent, Mr. Underwood. \ Sailed from 'Hobart-town, August 29. The schooner Governor Sorell, Mr. Clemenfson, ' for Launceston, with a full cargo of goods and stores for the mer- chants and settlers on that side, among which are $ puns, and 10 hhds. rum and 11 hhds. porter. Passenger, Henry Butler. Same day. The Prince-Leopold, Mr. Lovett, with female pri- soners and stores for Launceston, Captain Wight, we are happy to learn, intends to returrr-direct to this port from Sydney, in order to load his fine vessel, the Med- way, with wool and other colonial ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 30, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 1 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 30, 1827.   HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following indul- gences :— CONDITIONAL PARDONS TO Wm. Farrell, per Woodman, John Davis, Phoenix, TICKETS OF LEAVE 147. John Adams, ... Arab 597. Thomas Blanchard, ... ditto, 506. James Cooper, ... ditto, 121. William Appleby, ... Lord Hungerford, 463. William Buttell, ... ditto, 651. Moses Burrett, ... Albion,   640. William Benham, ... Commodore Hayes, 554. Thomas Blackburn, ... Caledonia (2), 483. Thomas Cole, ... ditto, 117. Robert Ellett, ... ditto, 50. George Fann, ... ditto, 357. Andrew Condon or Condron, ... Surrey (2) 148. William Bushell, ... ditto, 147. Joseph Baker, ... ditto, 156. Joseph Blake, ... ditto, 113. William Cullups, ... ditto, 343. John Balten, ... Maria, 321. Thomas Callaud, ... ditto, 121. John Fletcher, ... ditto, 296. John Bolding, ... Guildford, 578. Thomas Cole, ... ditto, 68. James Ely, ... ditto,...

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

Henry Jennings, Esq. was on Thursday last admitted to prac- tice as a barrister, attorney, solicitor, and proctor of the J Supreme courland took the usual oaths before his Honour the Chief Justice, Captain Logan, commandant of Moreton bay, has made an ex- cursion into the interior of the country, to the distance of about 120 miles. He considered Brisbane valley to contain half a mil- lion of acres, of good land and well watered. We should conceive this estimate rather more than the reality. The view of a new country is generally flattering, and the month of June or the middle of winter is an unseasonable time to judge of the supply of water io a new country. The whole of the 3d regiment or Buffs, it is expected will embark for India before Christmas. This will afford employment for some of the outward bound ships. Mr. Cunningham, the botanist, has just completed a tour as far north as the parallel of Moreton bay, and describes great part of the country, through which he passed, as o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

SWAN'S STORES. -0000000--' TO THE LADIES. J. SWAN has just received per the Medway a further addition to his late advertisements, consisting of English silks, Italian nets, gauzes', lesse crapes, &c. of the followingdescrip tion and colours, viz.- Ki.\¡*l ' ' * Persians of every useful colour« ' " Plain sarsenets. , Brown, Pink, Leghorn, White, sty, , French black, Gros de Naples. Puce, I Emerald, Brown, Sky, Lavender, French plum, White, French white, French black, &c. Levantines. Brown, | Emerald, Waterloo, j French black, Figured sarsenets. Emerald, | Sky, Pink, j Lavender. Peach, j &c. , Figured Gros de Ña¡)les < , Lavender, I French Purple, [ Brown v French plum | Emerald, | French black. Flamme, &c. Satins. Peach, | Brown, | Leghorn, Sky, I Pink, | Puce, French black, j White, j French white, Italian nets. Waterloo, | Lavender, | Mazarine, | Red brown, Peach, j French Peach, I Emerald. j Flamme, Buff, j French plum, J Sky, | French bl...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary's Office, September 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, __ Colonial Secretaras Oßce, September 5, 1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service at the Ordnance Store, the undermentioned Articles : Foolscap paper, 50 reams Post ditto, 20 ditto Demy ditto, 10 ditto Printing or Cartridge 10 ditto Slates ,-Slate pencils Razors Copper bolt, «Oars, Ash, from 14 to 16 ft. iChalk Spirit Level Glass Ink stands, Tenders sealed 3 dozen 9 dozen 1 dozen 7 cwt. 2 dozen 56 pounds 1 2 dozen and indorsed Fire irons 2 sets Hair brooms 6 Chairs, cane bottoms, or others of good quality, 6 Chairs, common, 16 Size, Quantity required for next 6 mon., Canvas, No. 3 to 8, 50 bolts Candles, 5 cwt. Hammers, lathing and shingling, 24 Fender 1 '.Tenders for stores," with the .the prices stated in words at length, will be received ilth of -?_--, - at this office until noon of Tuesday ¿he í Itli of Septombr. Samples to he sent on the same day to the Oidnance Storekeeper. ' v By Command- of His Excellency; The Lieutenant Governor. J. BURNETT. Commissariat Of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

OFFICE OF SUPREMtíp^^ NOTICE is hereby giren that the Session of Oyer and 1 enmner and General Gaol Delivery of this Court, which ' stands adjourned to be holden in the Court-hou* at Laur ces on on I hurray the Sixth day of September next, will be, then ÍZ lhere further adjourned until Monday the First day of October neil to be then hohfen at the same place, and no triai* or other business ' will be commenced until the Ja»t mentioned day. «»»uew . The unavoidable necessity of ti, s adjournment, and the length of time likely to be occupied in the trial of the Prisoners in Launch ton Gao leave no alternative but to postpone the next Term of - the Civil Court. " ol NOTICE is therefore hereby given that the Fourth Term of fhi. Court will commences; Tuesday the Sixth day of November next ui&tead of Monday the Jfirst day of Ooluber as fonnerly fixcd «ni ' wiji,terminate on Monday Jim Xlvr.i <i»~ ,..P "«*»... i_r.__L _. "a ~ I lie return ot all \Vnfs already issued and r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

G. LANGFORD, has for sale 50 fashionable .traw bonnets, 80 elegant chinta; lied furnitures from 70s. to 80s. each, 150 waistcoats from 5s. to lobs, each, 50 children's suit», 100 pair« of trowsers from 5s. to 85s, each ; ladiet* silk garters with springs fine linen shirt collars, and black silk stocks, cat-gut stiff ners, silk and muslin handkerchief», a general assortment of stock- ings, ditto socks, gloves of various qualities, a great variety of rib ¿on«, ladies' white corsets, fine thread lace, nankeen, blankets, sheetings, bedecks and bed-ticking, superfine blue *nd black cloth, cotton prints, calicoes, Salisbury and Welsh flan- nels, huckaback and diaper, black and blue lutestring silk, black ?atihs, silk and worsted shawls and scarfs, white and coloured reel cotton, raven and other sewing silks, silk Umbrellas, Scotch and other plaids, black crape, while ditto, scissars, buttons, sheep-shears, table mats, check and brown Hollands, furniture binding, tapes, thread of allcolour...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Aug. 29,1827*. THE Lieutenant Governor hus much plea- sure in observing that many of the memorials for TICKETS OF I,EAVE which have been presented to His Excellency, are recom- mended by the masters of the applicants ; and with a view to the encouragement of such recommendations of deserving servants. His Excellency has directed, that whenever this indulgence shall be granted on the certificate of the master, another convict shall be ' assigned to his service with the least possible delay, on his forward- " ing an application in the prescribed form to the Principal Superin- tendent. ..:--' By Command of His Excellency, ___ J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Hobart-town, September 3, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

__ mi. -i-rr-mm-?-'-n-1-TI-n-i-i-r~~~**^r*^ GOVERNMENT ORDER, ; ' I , , , ' 1 - ' ' I» * -I Colonial Secretary's Qjßce, HobarMown, September 8, 182Ï, - - "- .JV ITH a view to., give effect to tfrç \Tri^fifor tionß froiïi the Lords Commissioner^ of Hisç.Majesty's Treasury, in regard to making up and controlling the Accounts and classifying the Expenditure, in the Civil Pepartnientf of tbif ,<^tf£r^^^ 4w. GQ¥ERíííPR IS pleased to direct, that the fol- lowing Regulations be strictly atteuded to, by tijiß Heads of Departmejats ap| other Officers concerned. ' "''.'"?' REVENUE. I.JEyetryjReriion concerned in the Collection of the Public Revélate of vvhajteverdescription, wiJI pay over ontlfel&lh and jlastdays of the Month, or if eiiherof these days fallon a Sunday, .on ¡the, ¡previous day, the.whole amoun,t collected by lumt without ovy i (teduction, for Qommipsixm or otherwise, to (he Colonial Treasurer ; ; furnishing iiioi with a »Statement, intóuplicate, of the Sum p...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, August 21, 1827. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

~ GOVERNMENT NOTICE* " ftTO H* ^ Colonial Secretary's Officet August 21, 1827. " HIS Majesty's Colonial Schooner Waterloo will be sold by Auction at the King's Wharf at noon on Tuesdav the 11th of September next. * The Waterloo was built about five years ago, is of the barden of about 80 tons, has been lately coppered to the bends with 22oz copper, is well adapted for the coasting trade; being abundantly found m 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 audOars complete, recently constructed of pine at Macquarie Harbour. Also, one old Gig, and one whale «Ro«f ' BY Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, _ -_ J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 5, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 5, 1827.   THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the following Indulgences : TICKET OF LEAVE TO   Edward Bryon, Morley, 1. 471 William Baff, Lord Hungerford. 498 Joseph Whitlow, Competitor. William Ladkin, Morley, 4. By Command of His Excellency, J.BURNETT.  

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