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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 Periods for which the undermentioned Persons.were transported having expired, Certi- ficates have been granted to them accordihgly. 283. Thomrs Haydon, Medway 1, John West, ' ditto, ' 198. George James Davis ditto, 83. John Emery, ditto, 396. William Benwell, . Lady Ridley, 361. James Clutterbuck, ditto, 257. John Widdison, Maria, - 322. Robert Harris, aiias Jolly, Countess Harcourt, 91. William Edwards, ditto, 515. John Dunbar, alias Dumbar, ditto, 330. Richard Holdgate, ditto, Thomas Wright, ditto* 570. George Boney Bryan, Arab. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, _ J. Burnett.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 September 1827
MRS. EDWARD LORD, has the honour to acquaint her friends and the public, that circumstances have pre- vented her retiring from business, as she intended, and that she has removed from Elizabeth-street, to the premises lately occupied by Mr. George Lowe, in Argyle-street, where her Stores are ready to receive commission goods as usual, and where she has now on sale, a choice selection of British and Foreign Goods of all de- scriptions, and an assortment of hosiery, broad cloth, Irish linen, millinery, ladies' and children's boots and shoes, gloves, hats,crock- ery ware, china, fruit, vinegar, &c. &c. per Medway. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. E. Lord in returning thanks for the very kind and liberal support which she has received from her friends and the public; begs to invite their further orders, which shall be punctually executed upon reasonable terms. &nbsp; Argyle-street, Sept. 17, 1827 NEW NORFOLK.--.For Sale in Elizabeth» town,, a desirable Residenc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
n jVfí FEMALE tel)?fek»fid_V.t'" _-r3ÎRS. G. C. CLARK intends reopeningher Vstiblishmeí^t at EllinTliofp^all,this day, \ >\ )>rjncjpies nfge'nernlgrniti^^^ " àj%Ûmiet}ut g?Ograpíiy.;;ii¿eftrl and ornamental needle work j ¡mji /'feic, drawing and dancirijEtt :; '.' ' --Tire- ^tuatii^'.of K11 in ^ Thorp Hall has been .selected, and the . ¡fxce.lejri^ ac^Qifimo'daî ions'1 wl-rich it affords.ha ve 'been, planned eje pressíyr tviih a View tp the present undertaking; and the comfort and ? íníprüvéinént'of tlie young ladies have throughout been particularly ^tcortsultó." .''..'.'. .,, . ; ...j. .;...' .: .'.-.. :, .;'-.-.'-.-\" :-1 \ ? '?The'followingterms, though they may appear very low, Mrjs. i eíark''is enabled to offer* owing.to the peculiar advantages which .hw'éstaolishñient enjoys, comprising a farm and every requisite . within itself- * . - per Annum. \ , rFpr tiie'board, washing and education of pupils ,£. s. d. ; "ti aOoye ,ejght years of age. 4-i>. 0 .0 , ;pjlClJjVdert...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
COURT OF REQUESTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Court willie held at HOBART-TOWN, by adjournment), on Thursday the Fifteenth day of November next for the trial of Causes, the Defendants in which may reside "~în~ that part of the Island called Bud i ighamshire ; 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 ray 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 Hr. Robert Wales of that town, on or before Monday the Twelfth day of November next ; and Plaintiffs must at the time of filing their Plaints, deliver in Writing, full particulars of their demand, stating, 4n 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 subject of ...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
r- GOVERNMENT NOTICE. I ' ! Colonial Secretary's Office^ September 19,1827. REQUIRED for the Public Service, at the Ordnance Store, the undermentioned Artic- les: Horse Shoe Nails, Sweet Oil. Blacksmith's Files, (flat), Candles, Tomahawks; Lime Hair, Screw Plates and Tap«, (large), Brass Rack Pullies, Chairs, Cane bottoms, or those of good Quality, Fire Irons, Pockej Telescope, Bolt Copper, Tîanvas, from No. 3 to 8, Ash Oars, 16 to l8 Feet, Hair Brooms, Wafer Stamps, Twenty Hundred Weight, Two Quarts, Twenty-four Dozen, Five Hundred Weighty Six, One Hundred Bushell, Two, Six, Six, Two Sets, One, Seven Hundred Weigh!, Fifty Bolts, Twenty-four, Four, Twenty-four, Ten Pounds, Copperas, Cpoper Scale», with Box Beam, Q p . (small) * Cast Iron Block Sheaves, Nine rp Inch, ' Tenders sealed and endorsed, *' Tenders for Stores," 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 be sent on the same day to ...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following Appointments: 203. Samuel Stringer, Dromedary, to the Field Police, at New Norfolk. 323. James Fisher, Maria, New Norfolk. 117. William Holland, Surrey, Great Swan Port. vice Seymour, whose appointment has not taken place. * through misconduct. 173. William Hall, Dromedary, Richmond. - Joseph Lawrence, ditto, to beá Javelin man and Consta- ble, Richmond, vice Warner, dismissed for im proper conduct. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.
GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, March 10, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, March 10, 1825. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, finding that the constant demands upon his time for personal Interviews, on all sorts of Applications and References, interfere with the perfor- mance of his numerous Official Duties, and, prevent his devot- ing the necessary attention to the Business of the Departments of Government, is obliged to desire, that in all cases where Personal Communication is not necessary, Applications upon Business "iay be made by Letter, (to the Colonial Secretary), which will te answered as promptly a« possible. ^ It is The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S anxious desire, to afford every one opportunity of Personal Access, in all cases of applica- tion or reference of importance, and if the case is posi tively ur- gent on all days and at all hours, but when it is otherwise, he would wish to name Tuesdays and Fridays, at eleven o'clock, A, M. By Command of His HONOR, - ^ . JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.
ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 5) [An Act to provide for the Registration of Deeds, Wills, Judgments, and Conveyances affecting real Properly.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGII IT: REGIS. (No. A) BY His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR Lieutenant Governor of the Island ofL Van Die* men's Land and Us Dependencies, by and wills the Advice of the Legislative Council» \An Act to provide for the Registration* of Dee du, Wills, Judgments^ and Conveyances affecting real Properly,^ "07 REREAS, it is expedient to prevent secret * * and fraudulent Conveyances in this Island, and to provide means whereby the title to real property may bo more certainly known. I. BE IT THEREFORE, AND IT IS HEREBY ENACTED. by His Excellency the said LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, by and with the advice of the Legislative Council, that from and after , the first day of November now next ensuing, there shall be esta- blished at Hobart Town, in the said Island, a Public Office for the Registration of Conveyances, deec(s and other instruments, willi and judgments,in manner hereinafter mentioned ; such Olhceto be held and executed by a fit and proper person, as Registrar, and tha...
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office. Sept. 26, 1827. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences : CONDITIONAL PARDON to Isaiah M UPS, Guildford, (4). . TICKET OE LEAVE to George Baker,- Lord Hungerford. THE Ticket of Leave granted to Samuel Richards, Claudine, 10th instant, is recalled, he having absconded from his service. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT
GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, September 19,1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
GOVERNMENT NOTÏCE. Colonial Secretary's Oßce, September 19,18?7, 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 pi escribed period from the date of their arrival in the co- lony, The Lieutenant Governor desires it may be clearly under« . stood, that continued good conduct only, renders the Convict eli* gible for this Indulgence ; in the dispensation of which, His Excel- lency will always exercise a discretionary power, according to the circumstances of every particular case after special consideration. By Command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.
SHIPPING COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sailed from Hobart-town. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
SHIPPING & COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. &nbsp; Sailed from Hobart-town. Sept. 25.—The ship Admiral Cockburn, W. J. Cooling, com- mander, 351 tons, for Rio de Janeiro and Liverpool, with 216 &nbsp; bales of wool, weighing 53,763 lbs. 8694 bushels wheat in bags, 32 bags flour. Passengers, Mrs. and Mrs. Barnard, Mrs. Cooling, Messrs. Woodcock, Knight, Richards, Widowson, Leake and Lieutenant Hanby. R. N. Robert Miller, James Emery, R. Chandler, John Garth, David White, and Thomas Wilson. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sept. 27.—The ship Medway, B.Wight, commander, for Sydney with the remaining part of her original cargo shipped at Lon for that port, and 4» ton, potatoe, and other good, from Hobart . «own Passenger,, Mrs Levi and 4 children and 2 servant Mr«. Liscomb. Messrs. Bryant, Cavenagh n¡.h."if '"". Powell and Evan,, Mr,. Child and 2 children! K'Chardson' Burn' Sept. 15.-The «chooner Waterloo with 5 tom of ,m"i. ,..1,. ?" ^pMPeirdi,b'Greal Sw8nport' «»^pta srW ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
SALIS POSTPONED. THE Sale by Auction, of a Farm of 30 acres, at New Norfolk, occupied by Mr. R. HAY, advertised in the 11th page of tfeis Gazette, is postponed until Saturday the 6th of Octo- ber, when it will be sold by MR. COLLICOTT, at the Bush Inn there, and not at the King's Head as fomerly mentioned. _ SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At h}9 Mart, in Murray street, this day, ai 12 o'clock precisely, with* out reserve, ONE hundred and eighty-fire fat Sheep, to be put up in lots to suit Purchasers. '_Prompt Payment. _ TÍTBITJLET; WITH immediate possession,, the late ALB JON HOTEL, situated in the most eligible part of Hobart town for the carrying on of any respectable business. Apply on the premises to W. LEAS. September 38, 182?, r-- _ .- . . _ -,T.--^ - - .. . .-._. -f| . |MU1|_H___JJ___ L_II. li | I ? ? FOR SALE, * ALL those eligible Premises, situate in that improving part of the town, at the corner of Aigyle and Col- lins-streets, adjoining the ground intended for t...
HOBART-TOWN, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
HOBART-TOf?rN, j SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1827. j The frequent mention in the new acts of the privilege which cer- tain offenders have to pray the benefit of Clergy, calls upon us to make some observations respecting it. At the passing of the last sentences in the Supreme Court, the Judge remarked, (hat it wa* fortunate for some of the offenders, that there was no legal men pre- sent to dispute their claim, ^but it was not, we believe, cleatly or generally understood what his Honour'meant. It is, howevei, very proper and even necessary, in this community, that it should be so. He alluded, we conceive, to that feature of the English law which . does not appear to be very generally known, even among legal men, that no man can receive the benefit of Clergy more than once, and that, if convicted of a second offence, however trivial, he is se- cluded from it, and the offence becomes capital. There are, never- theless, innumerable instances of crimnals in this colony praying the benefit of ...
ANNO OCTAVO. GEQRGII IV. REGIS. (No. 4.) [An Act for the Transportation of offenders from Van Diemen's Land.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
ANNO OCTAVO. &nbsp; GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 4.) BY His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Die- men's Land and its Dependencies, with the Advice of the Legislative Council. [ An Act for the Transportation of Offenders from Van Diemen's land.] WHEREAS, by an Act of Parliament made &nbsp; and passed in the fourth year of the Reign &nbsp; &nbsp; of King George the First, entitled an act for the further prevent- ing robbery, burglary and other felonies, and for the more effectual transportation of felons and unlawful exporters of wool ; and for declaring the law upon some points relating to pirates:-It was amongst other things enacted, that where any person or persons should be thereafter convicted of grand or petty larceny, or any felonious stealing or taking of money, or goods and chattels, either &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; from the person or the house of any other, or in any other manner, and who...
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 — 29 September 1827
ANNO OCTAVO. :> ;¿'., Cwcorttii IV. Rei»is. N®. L By His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van DiemenVLand and its Dependencies, with the Advice of the legislative Council. . - . . . ...'.'.. . . . " *. " . * "V -\ f An Act to explain and amend an Act of His Excellency the said Lieutenant Governor, with the Advicefqf the Legislative Council, passed on the 1th Day of September, 1826, entitled, f " An Act for regulating the future Sale of Ale, Beer/W ! " Spirits, arid other Liquors by Retail, in the Island of Í LI ;" PijemenV Land and its Dependencies^ and promoting " good Order in Public Houses ; and also for indemnifying " the Justices of the Peace in respect of the Licerises V Â granted onand since the last Licensing Day."] WHEREAS, by the said Act of the 7th Day of September, 1826, it is enacted, that, if any Person shall sell, barter, exchange, or retail certain Liquors, in a less Quantity than five Gallons, with- out having first obtained ...
ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGH IV. REGIS [No. 3.] [An Act for Imposing a Duly upon Newspapers, and upon all Licenses to Print and to Publish the same.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
I ANNO OCTAVO. GEORG 11 IV.-REGIS [No. 3.1 BY EU Excellency Colonel GEORG* ABTBUB Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Die» men's Land and its Dependencies^wilh the Advice of the Legislative Council* [An Act f>r Imposing a Duly upon Newspapers, ana upon all Licenses to Print and to Publish Ike samc¿\ TIT H ERE A S, it is expedient to provide a " Fund, for defraying the Charges of Prin- ting the Public Acts, Proclamations, Orders and Notices of the Government of this Colonj-, by means of a Stamp Duty upon all Newspapers and oilier 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 j and uji>on 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'» Land and its Dependencies, with the Advice of the Legislativ« Council.-That on and after...
ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGH IV. REGIS [No. 2.] [An Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspaper, and for the prevention of blasphemous and seditious Libles.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ANNO OCTAVO. &nbsp; &nbsp; GEORGII IV. REGIS [No. 2.] &nbsp; BY His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Die- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; men's Land and its Dependencies, with the Advice &nbsp; &nbsp; of the Legislative Council. &nbsp; &nbsp; [An Act to regulate the Printing and Publishing of Newspapers, and for the prevention of blasphemous and seditious. Libels.] &nbsp; &nbsp; WHEREAS, the original Settlement of and in this Island, was made, and formed for &nbsp; the reception of Transported Offenders, and the Government then &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; established and since continued therein, was so established and has been so continued for the efficient employment and due discipline, and control of such Offenders...