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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ACTING ENGINEER'S OFFICE, Hobart Town, July 26th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. ACTING ENGINEER'S OFFICE,       Hobart Town, July 26th. 1820.   THE Acting Engineer gives Notice to the Settlers, that their Coarse Wool will be purchased for Government on the same Terms is heretofore. - All Settlers having Wool upon Hand, are therefore requested to bring it in, there being a Government Vessel ready to convey it to Port Jackson. In the Event of the Acting Engineer being       directed to continuethe Purchase of Weol for Government Service, it would be very desir- able for him to be informed of the Quantity which the Owners of Sheep may be likely to supply if required for Government, at the   Spring Shearing; all Settlers are therefore       requested to give in to the Acting Engineer, a Statement of the Quantity of Wool which they would have to dispose of at that Period,   T. BELL, Major, Acting Engîneer. ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, that   most desirable Farm commonly called Illumin- ation Park, comprising One Hundred Acres of the richest soil in the Colony, beautifully situ- ate on the Great Road leading from Hobart Town to New Norfolk, and only 7 miles from Town, being at this side of Austin's Ferry. A   Number of Acres of this valuable Farm are in Cultivation; and is now Let at £20 per Annum   to Moses Prosser. A more advantageous Opport- unity seldom offers to a Person desiress of ent- ering into Farming. It has not only the advan- tage of a rich and luxuriant soil, but is also at all times throughout the year most abundan- tly supplied with excellent water, and is at the same time a most eligible spot for any Gentle- man in want of an occasional Country Retreat. Possession may be had immediately.—Applica- tion to be made to THOMAS ISSALL, the Prop- rietor, at Mr. Fergusson's, or at Mrs. Collin's, Hobart Town.

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ENGLISH INVESTMENT PER THE BRIG WOODLARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

ENGLISH INVESTMENT. PER THE BRIG WOODLARK. JUST arrived, and now on Sale at Messrs. KEMP and Co's. the valuable Cargo of the Brig Woodlark, from England, consisting of the following Articles. - Brown stout in casks, Hollands, brandy, sherry wine in bois; superior port wine in pipes, currants, slops, lamp   cotton, hardware, gentlemen's fine hats, pine     chests, butter, iron in bars, nail-rod iron, riv- ets, files, sad-irons, 1 patent weighing mach- ine, spades, shovels, frying-pans, nails, tin-   man's tools, plate iron, sickles, and sundry     other articles too numerous to mention. Early Application is requested, as the Brig will positively sail for Sydney in a day or two.

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CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 August 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN HUNT, of the Ship Eliza, hereby gives Notice of that Vessel's Departure   for Sydney on the 10th of August. - For Freight or Passage apply to the Commander. All Claims to be presented for Payment. 2 Captain SIDDINS, of the Brig Lynx, with       Mrs. SIDDINS and Family, leaving the Colony in said Vessel, request all Claims to be   presented.       Captain THOMPSON, of the Brig Active, hereby notifies to all concerned, that his Vessel       will positively Sail for Port Jackson on or about the 6th of August next; and requests all Claims upon him may be presented. 2 Captain MOORE, of the Brig Woodlark,   leaving the Colony, requests all Claims to be immediately presented. 1 R.W.LOANB, Esq. intending to proceed   to Sydney by the Eliza, requests all Claims to be presented: at the same time he desires that     all those...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiftratc-Thomas Bell, Efq. a SHIP NEWS.-On ThurSday CAme up to port from whaling, the brig Robert Quayle, Capt.   Leslie.- This vessel will sail     shortly for the sperm fishery, and thence to England« Same day carne up from Pitt Water the brig Jupiter« with 3000 bushels of wheat, the pro- duce of that Settlement. The Woodlark and Active brigs sailed for Sydney this morning, with wheat ; and the Lynx will proceed to the same destination on Monday.

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EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 1820

EPIGRAM. Oh ! Chloe look with pity on my pains, . Or, by thy beauty, I'll blow out my brains ; Blow out your brains she cried, Lord what a   zany, Besides, I never knew that you had any.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 1820

rHÉ Publie are hereby cautioned againfi çiving aoy Credit co the Crew of the Ship Regalia, which will come up to Port from the Fimery next weak, as the Commander will not t>g refponfiblc for any Debts they may contract, AUXILIARY BRANCH BIBLE SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THE adjourned Meeting of the Members of this Society is appointed to he held on Monday the zift Inft«nt,afe the Court Hqufeia Hobart Town, to receive the Report. Rev. R. KNOPWOOD, Secretary. CLAIMS AND DEMANDS, ~~* CAPTAIN LasLts, of the Brig Roheit Quayle, hereby givea Notice of that Vef. fel'a early Departure ; ana requeils all Claims may be prcfented. 1 MR* GSORCK SMITH and Me. ANDRBW ^pruvcuí lu and 2nd Officers of the Robait Quayle, leaving the Colony, requaftall Claims to be prefented. I 4MR. EDWARD HALL, Ma, MATTBSW WALLA, and MB. THOMAS MANNING, I I ft, 2d, & 3d Officers of the Ship Eliai, leaving 'the Colony, raqueft Claims *o be prefented. 2 I M R s«. M A a 1 A MOR a 1 s leaving the Colony in t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 1820

WESTON LODGE AND ESTATE, NEW TOWN.   TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, to gether or separately, that valuable ESTATE and well known beautiful RESIDENCE called WESTON LODGE, at New Town; com-   prising a handsome Dwelling House and Fifty Acres of Land, situate in the most agreeable   Part of the Settlement on the Derwent, two miles from Hobart Town, The House, con- sisting of 2 good Parlours, Housekeeper's Room, Kitchen, 2 fine Cellars, and 3 Sleeping Rooms, commands the richest Views: of the Land, 10     Acres are fine Meadow, laid down with English Grass Seeds, which produced upwards of 2 Tons of Hay per Acre last Season; and 10 Acres   cultivated on a rich Bottom, From the con- tiguity of this Estate to Hobart Town and the Government Domain; its Situation in the   most opulent and best cultivated District; its   Vicinity to the New-established Malting and Brewing Concern, and its ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 1820

This day being the annivef tory of the birth- day of His ROYAL HiGHMisatho PBINC* lUcENnthe Royal Standard waa d i fp lay ed ait fuo-nfo.-At 12 o'clock, a Royal Salute was fired from" Mulgrave Battery; and at the fame ti me.Ihe detachment of the 48lh regiment fired ? feu-de-joie, ia liooor of the day. At the Monthly Seffioni on Saturday laft, lèverai cafes of aiïaults were heard : four in- habitants of the Settlement were committed on chargee,thereof*o iake «their trial before the! Court of CrimirJal Jadicature io October or November next; aa were alfo three of the four runaways lately taken near Jericho by s party of the 48th regiment, with confiable Dacree, The matt who was wounded hats notbeea.able to undergo an examination. Two young men, settlers at Brown's River, were on Monday charged before the Bench with feloniously stealing some oars from a boat belonging to the ship Eliza ; and were both committed for further examination. It appears by the.London papers of January last th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 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. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART, TOWN, 24th July, 1820. LIST of Persons from whom Supplies of Meat will be received into His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Land. AT HOBART TOWN :—August 17—Mr. J. Wright 500, Mr. E. Miller 1500, Mr. B. Reardon 3800, A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq. 2000, Mr. A. Whitehead 1500. 24—Mr. J. Wade 3000, Mr. J. Risely 4000, Mr. W. T. Stocker 1000, Mr. B. Jones 500, Mr. S. Thorn 600. 31—Mr. R. Morgan, jun. 800, Mr. J. Welsh 500, Mr. W. A. Brodribb 2000, Mr. G. Gatehouse 1500, Mr. S. Gatehouse 4000, Mr. R. Morgan, sen. 1000. Sept. 7—Mr. D. Stanfield, jun. 2000, Mr. D. Reynolds 1000, Mr. E. Kimberly 1500, Mr. D. ...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 August 1820

British Extracts. The NORTH WEST PASSAGE,-The fol- lowing ¡nteresting notice has been furnished by several whalers recently returned from Davis's Straits: - Captain Hawkins,of the Everthorpe, reached 77, 25, N. and saw the land to the east and west, which he supposed to be islands; open sea to the northward ; no ice except bergs, which were aground ; fine warm weather, foggy at times; thinks the country more clear   of ice than last year; the land, in the highest     latitude appeared more fertile and bare of snow than in the lowest latitude. Captain Blyth, of the Brunswick, went no higher than 74, 26. ; found a great quantity of ice, more and heavier than in former years: tha season had been un-   commonly severe in May and June, and much of the ice was formed then. Captain Knill, of the Ingria, went ?? 75.; very severe season;   ice very heavy, seven, ten, an twelve feet thick, and more ice than in former years. Capt...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M, A. SHIP NEWS.-On Tuesday last sailed for Port Jackfon, the brig Lynx, Capt. Siddins, with a full cargo of wheat. Passen- ger, Mr. Bethune, Supercargo. This morning the ship Eliza, Captain Hunt, want down tho-river to lake in fpan, prepara- tory to har (ailing for Port Jackfon; to which place (he will proceed in a few days, and from Sydney (he will return to' ibis port again. The brig, Robert Quaylo will fiil in a few days for England, calling at Macquarie I Hand on her way home. She, will not proceed fdr Ihe fperm ilihtfry, as was reported in our Ia ft.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

IVDJAN MARRIAGI IN HlGH LtPI. f . We have been favored with the perufal of a private letter, dated Inmore* ljth May, giving lorne account of the marriage of His Highnefs Mulhpr Row Holkano Chanda Bye. The eel ebra tit? tv of ihe marriage ceremony took place on the 3d ultime, on which occafion the Reft, dent with Sir John Malcolm« accompanied hy I number of officers, were prefent, and made the cuftomiry prtfenta -io the,Maharajah, to his mother Kyfrera Qye$ and to his iwo conforta, Jejee Bye and Chanda Bye. From the durbar, they accompanied the Maharajah in proctflion to the bride'« mandón, where heretirad to 1 fe* pirate apartment in which jhe marriage rites were performed. The bride being of Rajpoot extraction, and of a higher calle than the bride- groom, a peculiar ceremony waa in confequence obferved. In Hindoo marriages,¡t is the eui. tom for the bridegroom'to ftind on one fide of 'a fufpended doth, the bride being on the Other fide j upon the Qrahmio'a clapping his hands, tho c...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

JOHN GWYNN proceeding to Englmd m the Brig Robert Quayle, nquefti Claims ''may be prefented.     STEPHEN PERRY proceeding to EngUnJ Robert Quayle, all claims tobe prefented^                         HOBART TOWN: PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

MR. CHARLES FLETCHER, of Launces- ton, Port Dalrymple, Executor to the last Will and Testament of the late Mrs. ELIZA- BETH HOWARD, of the Same Place, dec-   eased, hereby gives Notice of his Intention to apply forthwith to the Supreme Court   (through the Medium of its Commissioner   at this Settlement) for Letters of Admini- stration to the Deceased's Estate and     Effects.    

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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

European Extracts. SINGULAR DISCOVERY OF A MURDER BY DREAMING.-On Friday night last Mrs. Peat,     the landlady ff the Carpenters' Arms public house, in John-street Tottenham-court-road,     retired to rest about 12 o'clock, but had not slept   many minutes before she dreamt that some per fon had given 3 knocks at her chamber door and she fancied she heard a female voice exclaim   "Mistress, Mistress; here's some one putting a child down the privy!" During the whole   of the night the idea haunted her, and she arose extremely troubled. On coming to the breakfast table she related the circumstance to   Mr. Pear, the brother of her late husband, who treated the idea with ridicule; but seeing that it had made more than a common impression on her mind, he endeavoured by every means in hil power to divert her thoughts from such an improbable circumstance. In order to gratify her curios...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

On Wednesday last an information was laid         before the DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATE against James Goodwin, a free man, for   attempting to convey spirits into the county gaol; and being convicted of the same, he was   directed to pay the mitigated penalty of ten pounds; or in default of payment, to be imprisoned for the space of 3 calendar months.      

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

VOL. V. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 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 relate.             (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR) H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.     COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 18th August, 1820. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Bonds and Tenders for the Supply of Meat to   His Majesty's Magazine at this Place for the ensuing Quarter, commencing the 29th Sep- tember, are ready at my Office for Signature ; and will continue to be received until the 12th of the same Month. GEORGE HULL, Deputy Assistant Commissary General. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 August 1820

WESTON LODGE ESTATE AND FARM,! NEW TOWN. j TO be SOLD bypRiVA-Tt CONTRACT,(o. gether or foparately, that valuable* ES- TATE & well-known beautiful RESIDENCE Icall-d WESTON LODGE, at New Town ; komprifing a haodfome Dwelling Houfe inu Fifty Aerea of Land, uYuatn io ihe m o ft agree- able Part of the Settlement *m the Derwent, two mile» from Hobart Town» The» Hdufe, cenfifting of % good Parlour», Houfolceeper*a Room, a fine Celllr», and 3 Sleeping Rooms, commands the riche ii Views: of the Lind, IG Acres are fine Meadow, laid down vith EngÜíh Grtís Seeds, which produced upwards of atwo Tons of Hay pet Aero laft.Seafôn ;-and io Aerea cultivated on a rich Bottom» 'From the contiguity of thia Edítelo Hobart Town and the Government Domain ; its Situation in the mod Opulent and baft cultivated Di ft aft ; it» Vicinity io the New.efteblii)hed Malting am Brewing Concern« and its command of bot! Land and Water Carriage, the Advantage* it pofleffes »re confidered unequalled, either asa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 August 1820

On Thursday the body of John Scott, one of the unfortunate men who were sent down from Sydney in the Eliza under   sentence of execution for sheep-stealing, and who threw himself overboard soon after the vessel came to anchor, was picked up near Mulgrave Battery, in a most putrified state, having been 29 days under water:   it was buried on the beach, near the place where it was found.

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