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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

FEMALE EDUCATION. MRS. G. C. CLARK intends reopening: her .' Wrtablishment at Ellin Thorp Hall on the 29th instant. The pupil» are educated in every branch of female acquirement »sually taught iu the first schools in England, comprising especi- ally the English and French languages, (in the study of which the principles of general grammar are carefully imparted ;) writing and - arithmetic, geography ; usefnl and ornamental needle work ; mu i tie, drawing and dancing. The situation of Ellin Thorp Hall has been selected, and th§ excellent accommodations which it affords hare been planned ex- pressly with a view to the present undertaking, and the comfort and improvement of tha young ladies luvt throughout been particularly consulted. The following terms, though they may appear very low, Mrs. Clark is enabled to offer, owing to the peculiar advantages which her establishment enjoys, aomprising a farm and every requisita within itself.- m yerAnntm. For the board, washing and education o...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 September 1827

HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1827. Seventeen months ago, when the Medway last sailed from Ho- bart-town, Mr. Walker of the Government Mill, shipped a quantity of wheaten flour, ground by him, the produce of Van Diemen's Land, as stores for Captain Wight. Two casks of it not   yet consumed, are now in the harbour, on board the vessel, and a sample may be seen in our office. It is as sweet and fresh as when newly ground, and perfectly free from all mustiness or attacks of in- sects, having resisted for nearly a year and a-half, the confined air and natural damp of the ship, every extreme of temperature ex- perienced in going round Cape Horn, in crossing the Equator twice,   and in the London docks during the hot and cold season. Such a proof of the excellence and durable quality of the grain of this island, may be safely put forth as a challenge to the other parts of the Globe, and if duly appreciated, will be invaluable both to our selves and our neig...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office^ September 19,1837. REQUIRED for the Public Service, at the Ordnance Store, the undermentioned A ruo« les: Horse Shoe Nails, Sweet Oil, Blacksmith's Files, (Hat), Candles, Tomahawks; Lime Hair, Screw Plates and Taps, (large), Two, Twenty Hundred Weight, Two Quarts, Twenty-four Dozen, Five Hundred Weight, Six, One Hundred Bushels, Brass Rack Puliies, Chairs, Cane bottoms, or those of good Quality, Fire Irons, Pockej Telescope, Bolt Copper, Canvas, from No. 3 to 8; Ash Oars, 16 to l8 Feet, Hair Brooms, Wafer Stamps, Copperas, Cpoper Scales, with Box Beam, (small) Cast Iron Block Sheaves, Nine T Inch, Two> Six, Six, f '" * Two Sets, One, Seven Hundred Weight, Fifty Bolts, Twenty-four, Four, Twenty-four, Ten Pounds, One Pair, Tenders sealed and endorsed, *' Tenders for Stores,1* with the prices stated in words at length, will be received at this Office, .until noon on Tuesday 'the 2d day of October next. Samples to -he sent on the same d...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 19, 1S27. THE Ticket of Leave granted on the 30th ultimo, to Daniel Downey, per Claudine, has been recalled for mis- conduct. . By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 19, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following Appointments, in the Field Police :~ 326. William Prior, Asta, stationed at Oatlands. 16. Francis Jarnold, Caledonia, stationed at New Norfolk, By Command of His Excellency, . _ J. BURNETT.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 13, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept 13, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor is pleased to di- rect, in reference to that part of the Govern- ment Order of 30th September 1826, which -prescribes the Rations tq be given by Settlers to their Assigned ¡Servants, that on account of the scarcity of Sugar, the issue of that article, which is not an indispensable part of a Convict's Ration, shall be discontinued. | By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.

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ANNO OCTAVO. Georgii IV. Regis. No. 1. [An Act to explain and amend an Act of His Excellency the said Lieutenant Governor, with the Advice of the Legislative Council, passed on the 7th Day of September, 1826, entitled, "An Act for regulating the future Sale of Ale, Beer, Wine, "Spirits, and other Liquors by Retail, in the Island of Van "Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, and promoting "good Order in Public Houses; and also for indemnifying "the Justices of the Peace in respect of the Licenses "granted on and since the last Licensing Day."] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

i * -I * * 'iJ'.XNNO..OCTAVO'.;. V s i ï 5 eorsrii IV. He«i ru.. No". 1. By His Excellency Colonel George Arthur, r Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, with the Advice of the Legislative .Council; £An Act to explain and amend an Act of His Excellency the said Lieutenant Governor, with the Advice of the Legislative Council, passed on the 7th Day of September, 1826, entitled, , " An Act for regulating the future Sale of Ale, Beer, Wine, " 3pirits, and other Liquors by Retail, in the Island of Van 1' Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, and promoting " good Order in Public Houses ; and also for indemnifying ; ¡ " the Justices of tlie Peace in respect of the Licenses.^«.u»' " '- * " granted on and since the last Licensing Day."] w # - <-t. ?'.-?.. ? : ? ..?.:?? ? r . . - i s. --: WBEREAS, by tlie said Act of the 7th Day of September, 18^,'-;"?;: it is enacted, that, if any Person shall sell, barter, exchange, or j retail certain Liquors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

Erratum.-In the advertisement of the .Bank, in the 10th page, lead Bank of Van Diemen's Land. CAUTION. THE public are hereby cautioned against taking a Promissary Note for twelve pounds, drawn* by G. ,Wo*r thy, and indorsed by the undersigned. The sard note is not due ti» the Ilth January, 1828. it was enclosed m . ^"f *d^""* *? Mr. George Worthy, Bagdad, on tbe 18th »ittttt which lett«hu not come to hand. . ' . W* WOWHT. . Hobart-town,Sept. 21,182^# \: ?***

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

FEMALE EDUCATION. MRS. G. C. CLARK intends reopening her " - establishment at Ellin Thorp Hall on the 29th instant. The pupils are educated in every branch of female acquirement ^usually taught in the first schools in England, comprising especw ally the English and French languages, (in the study of which the principles of general grammar are carefully imparted ;) writing and arithmetic, geography ; useful arid ornamental needlework;, mu-, sic, drawing and dancing. , i The .situation of Ellin Thorp Hall has been selected, and the ' excellent accommodations which it affords have been planned ex- pressly with a view to the present undertaking, and tho comfort and improvement of the young ladies have throughout been particularly consulted. The following terms, though they may appear very low, /Mrs. ' Clark is enabled to offer, owing to the peculiar advantages which her establishment enjoys, comprising a farm and every requisite within itself- . . per Annum. , * Fortbe board, washing an...

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ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGH IV. REGIS [No. 3.] [An Act for Imposing a Duty upon Newspapers, and upon all Licenses to Print and to Publish the same.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

ANNO OCTAVO. GEÖRGU IV. REGIS [No. 3.1 BY Hit Excellency Colona G borg 9 Abt asm Lieutenant Governor of the Mund of Van £f#» men1 $ Land and tit Dependencia, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. [An Act for Imputing a Jbùljf upon Newspapersf and upon all Licenses to Print and to Publish the samsA TtfHEREAS, it is expedient to provide * * T Fund, for defraying (he Charges of Pria* ting the Public Acts, Proclamations, Orders and Notices of the Government of this Colony, by means of a Stamp Duty upon all Newspapers and other Papers, and Pamphlets, containing Publie News or Intelligence, or serving the purpose of a Newspaper, printed within the Island of Van Diemen's Land, or any of the Dependencies thereof; and upon all Licenses for Printing and Publishing the same respectively. / I. BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED, by His Excellency The Lieutenant * Governor, of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, with the Advice of the Legislative Council.-That on and after the Fifte...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office^ September 1 %\ 827V WHEREAS an erroneous impression seems to prevail, that Convicts who are recommended for the Indulgence of Tickets of Leave, have a right to require or demand them, at a certain piescribed period fiom the date of their arrival in the co- lony, The Lieutenant Governor desires it may be clearly under- stood, thdt continued good conduct only, renders the Convict eli»1 gible far this Indulgence ; in the dispensation of which, His Excel l lency will always exercise a discretionary power, according to the circumstances of every particular case after special consideration. By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, 1 ' J. BARNETT. s '

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Engineer's Office, Sept. 19, 1827. "SAM." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Engineer's Office, Sept. 19, 1827.   "SAM."   To be sold by Public Auction. on Saturday   the 29th instant, at Mr. Collicott's, THE entire Horse "SAM," the property of   the Crown. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, John Lee Archer.  

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THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY Consists of 12 Pages and a Supplement, and contains:-   The Act No. 2. regulating the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers, and for the Prevention of Libels. - page 1 The Act No. 3, imposing a Duty on Newspapers and on Licenses to print and publish the same. 4 Government Notice respecting Tickets of Leave. - 5 Advertisements. ib.       The duties of the Legislative Council. 6 Remarks on the New Acts. ib. Anecdote of high bred Horses. ib.   Lord Eldon and the Duke of Newcastle at a funeral. 7 Sir Humphry Davy on fishes. ib.     The Black sea - the Cut-lugged-sow - a coat of mail- George Waters - towards country made malt - on the cultivation of oats - smoking of hams and fish - the two fountains. ib.         Shipping Intelligence, News, &c. 8   Pages 9, 10, 11 and 12 contain Government Notices and ...

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HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

"~." EOBÄRT-TÖfTN, SáTBRDAr SiùPTEUBEU 22, 1827. We trust the Legislative Council will not separate without taking J into'due and mature consideration, the various regulations arid en-' aetments now required in the colony. It may be inconvenient for some of the members to be absent from their homes and families long, but in matters of such onerous and paramount moment, pri- vate concerns must in some measure give placebo public good. The various rules and orders which now regulate the affaiis of the colony, are so scattered in the form of Government Notices, Pro- clamations, &v\ that they are difficult to be collected or generally Understood. The duties of the Legislative Council in making laws, may be said to be threefold, namely :-3 .'To promote the good order of society by lestraining vice & crime.-2.To regulate the revenue and expenditure, and-3. To foster and nourish the present infant State of the colony. # # - To the first division belong the regulating of the...

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SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL IXTELLIGEWCE. The schooner Madeira Packet sailed for Sydney from Launceston   Tuesday last with a cargo of wheat.       On the following day the Hunter sailed from the same place for Circular head, and On Friday the Governor Sorell sailed for Pittwater in ballast, to take in a cargo of wheat for Hobart-town. The brig Prince Leopold was the only vessel in the Tamar when the post started for Hobart-town. A reportwas spread yesterday that the Oder or Orelia had arrived At George-town from London, with stock & passenger for the Van diemen's land establishment; but as the letter to Captain Thomas, mentioning the circumstance, stated it merely as a report, and was dated on Monday morning ten hours previous to the date of that of our regular correspondent at Launceston who does not notice it, we place but little reliancce upon it. An idea prevails that the ship Admiral Cockburn will not proceed &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

CORNWALL COLLEGIATE INSTITUTION. WANTED, a Gentleman competent to take charge as principal master, of the education of fifty Boys, in Greek, Latin, English, History, Geography, Geometry and Algebra; to   take charge on the 1st of February next. Applications (with re-   ferences as to character and ability), to be made to Launceston, Sept. 10, 1827. W. E. LAWRENCE.   MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. Committee Room, Court-house, Sept. 20, 1827. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Quarterly General MEETING of the Members of this Institution, will be held at the Court-house, on Wednesday next, the 26th instant, at 7 o'clock in the evening precisely. J. Woo», Secretary. Those Members who have not paid up their Subscriptions,   are requested to do so to Mr. Thomas Giblin, the Sub-secretary, who will wait on them for that purpose. GENERAL POST OFFICE, Hobart-town, September 22, 1827. TIfE Mail for England, via Rio de Janeiro, hythe Admiral Cockburn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

WESLEYAN LIBRARY. THE second Anniversary of this Institution wilPbe held on Tuesday the 25th instant, at 7 o'clock in the even- ing, in the Vestry of Melville-street Chapel, where the Treasurer will be in attendance to receive Subscriptions from those who may wish to become Members, on Tuesday the 18th and Saturday the 22d instantyfrom 6 to 8 o'clock in the evening, when the Rules and Regulations with a Catalogue of Books may be obtained. A Sermon will be Preached by the Rev. B. Carvosso,on Sunday evening preceding the Anniversary, at 6 o'clock, on the moral ad rantages of Reading.-Where a Collection will be made for the purpose of laying the foundation of a Juvenile branch, which is to be immediately attached to the Libraryv rr ' " Thomas James Crouch, Secretary: ^Jfobart-town, September 11,1827. NOTICE is hereby~given3 that the~Partner ship subsisting between the Undersigned, trading under the Firm of J. BJlLL & CO. was this day dissolved by mutual consent. AH persons hayi...

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ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGE IV. REGIS No, 2. [An Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers, and for the prevention of blasphemous and seditious Libels.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGII IV. REGIS rNo, 2. BV His Excellency Colonel George Arthur Lieutenant Governor of the Island of -Van Die men's bandana its Dependencies^ with the ddviee of the Legislative Council. lAn Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers) and for the prevention of blasphemous and seditious LibvJsJ] ?.»WV Vi HT t~» *-i A " i>l .1 -*.. -^. TM HERBAS, the original Settlement of and * ^ in-this island, was made, and formed for the reception of Transported Offenders, and the Government then established and since continued therein, was so established and ha's been so continued for the efficient employment and due discipline, »ftcl control tif such 0'fenders. AND WHEREAS the number of such Offenders now vif hin the Uland under sentence or oidor of Transportation exceeds in a very large proportion that of the Inhabitant», who have voluntarily emigrated hither;-And the due management and discipline of all ,thW Offenders denian J the utmost care and vigilance» ^ AN...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 19, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following Appointment Mr; Henry Clayton, Chief District Constable, 'Norfolk Plains,   to be Pound-keeper also. By Command of His Excellency, _ J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827

COURT OF REQUESTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Court will be held at HOBART-TOWN, by adjournment), on Thursday the Fifteenth day* of November next for the trial of Causes, the Defendants in winch may reside in that part of the Island called ' Bud iughamshire j and at LAUNCESTON, on Thursday the Sixth day of December next, for the trial of Causes, the Defendants in which may reside in that part of the Island called Cornwall. Plaints or Causes to be tried at Hobart-town must be filed at my I office in Hobart-town,on or before Monday the Fifteenth day of Oc- tober next, and in Causes to be tried at Launceston, at the office of Mr. Robert Wales of that town, on or before Monday the Twelfth day of November next ; and Plaintiffs roust at the time of filing their Plaints, deliver in Writing, full particulars of their demand, stating, in cases of goods sold, time of sale, quantity, and price, as to every article, and when any bill, note, order, or other instrument is the .ubject of th...

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