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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827

MR. MALCOLM, Land and Timber Surveyor, HOBART-TOWN. 'ÎÈRMS.-Marking off grants, under 100 p ' acres, £* 2 0 rrom 100 ditto, and under g50, 3 3 0 . , Fiom «50 ditto, and under 500, 4 4. 0 From 500 ditto, and under 800, Ö 5 0 From 800 ditto, and under 2000, 6 Ö 0 Marking off roads, &c. &c. three guineas per day. "Measuring timber, 2| per cent. Plans of Estate* made. MUSIC.-J. W. STAPLETON, Pianoforte maker, grateful for patt favours, begs to acquaint the gentry of Tasmania, that he «till continues to clean, regulate, and repair the grand square, and cabinet piano fortes, at his residence near the Po9t Office, and trusts from his experience in that business with some of the first ma- kers, both in London & Paris, to give that satisfaction which alone will maure a continuance of their favours.-J.W. S. respectfully re- commends to the gentry, the cleaning and regulating their piano fortes, at least every «ix months, as that greatly tends to improve the sound of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827

Sheriff's Office, Sept..27,1827. In the Supreme Court, Bethune v. Langloh, Adminx. &c   ON Tuesday the 16th day of October next, at twelve o'clock, the Sheriff will cause to be put up for sale by public Auction, at his office in Bathurst-street, A FARM of 50 acres, situate on the banks of the Derwent at New Norfolk, in a high state of cultivation with a good weather boarded house thereon, an excellent garden and beautiful orchard well stocked with choice fruit trees: the property of Frederick Lang- loh deceased, unless this execution be previously satisfied. Sheriff'» Office, Sept. %Tt\m. In the Supreme Court. Kemp and another v. Lawler. On Tuesday next, the 2d of October, at 12 o'clock at noon, th* Sheriff will cause to be put up for sale by Public Auction, at his Office, in Baihurst-street, AN excellent FARM of 40 acres, situate at Muddy plains, the property of the above defendant, unless this execution be pre- viously satisfied. »,. »

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept 26, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept ¿6, 1827. THE Periods for which the undermentioned Persons were transported having expired, Í3érti cates have been granted to them accordingly. 261. William May, Juliana, 362. Peter Carey, Lady Ridley, .< . > i 366. Henry Haden Copestiek. , ditto, \K: v 282. Janies Brace, - Coromandel, 163. Robert Palmer, . Countess .Harcourt .; * By Command of His Exéelîehc^ ! . Thé tîieuténatitGov^rdpir, ' ". -'-V :..'-. - J, BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827

SALES BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-street, THIS DA Y, at 12 o'clock, pre- . cisely, THE entire Hoise SAM, the property of Government.-Terms: - Twelve months crediton good approved security. At" the same time and place, without reserve. A capital strong serviceable saddle HORSE, capable of any we'ght, and goes weisin single and dimble harness.-Also, a very smart, quiet pony, with saddle and bridle. Prompt payment. Also at the same time and place (by order of the Government) TWELVE Head of CATTLE, consisting °f M£ch Cows, Heifers and Steers. ~ Prompt payment, and the lots to be immediately cleared. At the same place on Thursday ne&t, October 4, at 12 o'clock precisely, (jorthe benefit of those concerned) without reserve. 22 BOLTS of OSNABURGII. Prompt payment. Commissariat Office, Sept. 37, 1827. FORAGE CORN.-Persons desirous of supplying BARLEY & OATS, deliverable at Launceston, are requested to transmit thetr - offers forthwith to Dep, As...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 September 1827

MRS. EDWARD LORD, has the honour to acquaint her friendsand the public, that circumstances have pre- vented her retiring from business, as she intended, and that sha has removed from Elifcabeth-street, to the premises lately occupied by MR. GEOKGE 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 da« scriptions, and an assortment of hosiery, broad cloth, Irish linen, rwillinery, ladies' and children's boots and shoes, gloves, hats, crock* ervware, china, fruit, vinegar, &c. &c. per Medway. 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 bo punctually executed upon reasonable terms. Argyle-slrerf,Sept. 17, 1897._._ NEW NORFOLK.-For Sale in Elizabeth. town, a desirable Residence, opposite the Church, containing eight Ap...

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ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 5.) [An Act to provide for the Registration of Deed, Wills, Judgments, and Conveyances affecting real Properly.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 5.) BY His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR J Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Die men's Land and its Dependencies^ hy and with the M Advice of the Legislative Council* l \_An Act to provide for the Registration of Deed.*) . Wills*, Judgments^ and Conveyances affecting real . Properly.^ TIf HEREAS, it is expedient to prevent secret " and fraudulent Conveyances in this Island, and to provide means whereby the title to real property may be 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, deeds and other instruments, wills . and judgments,in manner hereinafter mentioned j such Office to be held and executed by a fit and proper person, as...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

MARRIED.-At Sydney on the 20th ult, R. Robinson, Esq. Capt. in the N.S.W. Royal Veteran Corps, and late of H.M. 4th Queen's Own Regiment of Light Dragoons, to Sibella, second daughter of the Honourable John Stephen, Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and sister of the Solicitor General here. BIRTH.-On the 5th instant, the Lady of JAMES SCOTT, Esq, R.N. of a Son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

Sheriff's Office, Sept. 27, 182T. In the Suprême Court, Bethune in Langloh, Adminx. &c»' ON Tuesday the itfth day of October next, at twelve o'clock, the t SherirT will cause to be put up for sale by public Auction, at - his office in Bathurst-street,' ' ' ' *. A FARMof 50 acres, situate on the banks of the Derwent at New Norfolk» in a high state of cultivation with a good weather boarded house thereon, an excellent,garden and beautiful orchard well stocked with choice fruit trees: the property of Frederick Lang- loh deceased, unless this execution be previously satisfied. S/ierijjrs Office, Oct 4,1837. I« the Supreme Court, ' / . Riseley t;. Richard Harnes» Gellibrand and another v. Same, Al the same time and place the SherirT will cause to be put up for sale bv Public Auction, TWO FARMS at the Tea Tree Brush, one containing 200 acres and the other 100 acres, the property of defendant, unleis these executions he picviously satisfied» TO SETTLERS AND OTHERS. A Person properl...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 29, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. I Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 29, 1837. | THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned Magis- trates Coroners for the Territory of Van Die men's Land :-?. ; William Henry Hamilton, Esq. James Simpson, Esq. Malcolm Laing Smith, Esq. By Command of His Excellency, _J.BURNETT

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, October 2, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. I Colonial Secretary's Office, October 2, 1837, IN order that all Prisoners may be made aware of the punishment which awaits Convicts for escaping from Penal Settlements, or from Custody, being under Sentence to such Settle* meats, as well as such Persons ás shall aid iu their escape, His Excellency The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased strictly to enjoin the re» spective Commandants, Heads of Departments and Superintendents, to read and explain to the Convicts under their charge, the 11th Sec- tion of the Act of Council No. 4, providing for the Transportation of Offenders. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. *-»-»-»-?-«? . m' » " < ' ,. m i i i ? i ? i » II i II i i I '?

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, March 10, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

GOVERNMENT ORDER. _ Government House, March 1(3, 1825. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, finding that the constant demands upon his time for personal Interviews, oh all y 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 ruit necessary, Applications upon Business way be made by Letter, (to the Colonial Secretary), which will be answered as promptly as 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 positively ur- gent on all days arid at ali hours, but when it is otherwise, he would wish tp name Tuesdays and Fridays, at eleven o'clock« A, M. By Command of His HONOR, I * _^ JOHN MONTAGU, fenfei*. '

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 27, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sept. 27, 1827. THE extreme press of Public Business oc~ copying tfce greater part of The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S time, His Excellency has directed the republication of the Government Order of the 10th of March, 1825, in the earnest hope that it will t*e punctually observed. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

CROWN AND SCEPTRE INN. MR. MICHAEL LEE hnvirjg; taken aod entered upon those extensive premise» at the corner of Munay and ßathurst-streets, lately occupied by Mr. John Parker, and having obtained a Licence for carrying on the above Inn/most respect- fully solicits the patronage and support of his friends and the pub-» lie, he trusts that from his long residence in this colony, a determi- nation on his part to render the above establishment a respectabl« house of entertainment, combined with the extensive stabling and other accommodations which the «hove premises alford, and hi* having laid in a choice assortment of wine and spirits of .superior quality, he shall meet with that liberal support of his fiiends and the public, which it will ever beni« pride tu render himself deserv- ing of. Good accommodation for Travellers, excellent bedding, &c. N.B. Old Jamaica rum, Cognac brandy, Hollands gin, wholesale. and retail. LEGHORN BONNETsT~~ MR. BLAKESkEY. Watch and Clock ma j ker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

Commissariat Office, Sept 27, 1827. DORAGE CORN.-Persons desirous of supplying BARLEY & OATS, deliverable at Launcettan, are requested to transmit thetr ©flers forthwith to Pep, Asst. Com. Gen. HVLI* A. MOOBIE, Â* C. G. -imiTWnHT>TE L7~ TJVERPOOL-STREET. MR. MARTIN has from recent arrivals, added largely to his slock of WINES and SPIRITS, which he bees to offer at the following very low prices, vis ; v Prime old Port nina. 7 \ ears in bottle, 63s. per dozen, Ditto ditto, 2 "ditto ditto, 50s. ditto, Ditto ditto, 1 ditto ditto, 45s. ditto, , London particular East india Madeira, 63s. ditto, Madeira, direct Importation. . 42s. ditto, Gordon's & Co's. pale Sherry, (very fine). 63s. ditto, First growth Claret, (a most excellent wine), 70s. ditto. Ditto, second quality, 42s. ditto, Ditto, third ditto, 36s. ditto, Spaikünj; Champaign, > ffom im tf| m& m . According to qnantitv ) » Teneriffe, Cape Madeira, and Rio wine, in < draught, al the lowest pu...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 4, 1827.   THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to grant the following indulgences: Conditional Pardons :-   To, Ann Waterhouse,...........Maria,     William Brighton,................Hibernia,             Ticket of Leave : - TO Charles Carter,............Caledonia, (2)   77. George Spikes. (Ann), has forfeited his Ticket of Leave for making use of improper language to his employer and abscond- ing from his service. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT,                                

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

GOVERNMENT NOTICE Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 4, 1827. THE period for which the undermentioned persons were transported having expired, certificates have been granted them accordingly-     173 James Desmond , Caledonia (1) 91 Thomas Adams, Ditto     328 John Crocket, . . Maria (1)   By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT.

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ANNO OCTAVO. GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 4.) [An Act for the Transportation of Offenders from van Diemen's Land.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

" ANNO OCTAVO. ?EORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 4.) BY His Excellency Colonel GEORGS ARTHUR. Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Die- men* $ Bandana its Dependencies ¡with the Advice of the Legislative Council* \Jn. Act for the Transportation of Offenders from yan Diemen*s Land*] ^CTJHEREAS, by an Act of Parliament made" "' and passed in the fourth year of the Reign *f'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 from the person or the house of any other, or in any other manner, and who by the law should be liable only to the penalties of burning in the hand or whipping, (excepti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

BANK of FAN DIEMEN'» LAND. October 5, 1827. THE Proprietors of Bank Stock are request- ed to pay up the Ninth and Tenth Instalments» due on their ra-. spective Shares. By Order of the President and Board of Di rectors, . ___ J^jGAUDlNEB, Smeiarif, FOR SALE, -; AT the Stores of JOHN BELL, Wharf, Hy- son-skin tea in chests, double refined sugar, Port wine in 7 doze» I casks, claret', Champagne, sherries, Éucellas, Madeira, Sicilian and Vidonia wines, in 6 dozen cases, Cape wine in pipes, brown stot* and pale ale in 7 dozen casks, line and coarse Liverpool salt, cord- age of ali sizes, tar and black varnish in barrels, gunpowder in bar« reis and half barrels, windowglass 12 by 10 and 11 by^9? Cork roso2 pickled butter in firkins, I'razil tobacco in ba&kets, nim in, pun- cheons, Swedish iron in bars, English iron in square and round rods, bolt, bar aud nail rod, fancy waistcoats and trowsers. Heshian bagging» blue broad cloth, duck trowser», steam loora shirting, Leg- horn bonne...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 4, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

                                        GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 4, 1827. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, has been pleased to approve of the following Appoint- ments:-     Constable Mortimer to be Keeper of the Pound District of York.   Mr. Hugh Macginnis, junior, to be Constable and Keeper of the Pound at the Carlton, vice Morris deceased. George Haynes, Medway (1) } to be Javelin Men & Con Joseph Giffin, (Ticket of Leave) } stables at Hobart-t0wn. George Dudfield, Medina, to be Javelin Man and Constable   at Launceston. The Appointment of Richard Kemball to the Band of Field Police, as notified in the Gazette of the 15th ultimo, ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 October 1827

SALES BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, AT the Stores of Messrs. Kemp ¿V Co. on Thursday the i8th instant, ett 12 o'clock precisely, for the benefit of those concerned, THE following GOODS, which will be sold without reserve, viz: Guernsey frocks, Coarse cloths, Black bombazeen, Coloured ditto, Norwich crapes, Worsted handkerchiefs, Laches' cloaks, Yarn knit frocks, Striped Guernsey ditto, -Pen m ark satins, Circassians, Counterpanes, Striped shirts, Cotton shirtings and »heelings. Striped trowsers, Drill jackets, Worsted stuffs, Russia duck. Tow duck, Kerseys, Bombazets, striped and co- | Carpenters' tools of all deicrip ioured, * tiona. And various other articles too numerous to mention. Three months credit on approved bills, to all purchasers above £10 BY MR, J.jT. COLLICOTT, J[t his Anetten Mart in Murray-street, on Wednesday the 3.71ft. insU mt twelve o'clock precisely:-** THE Entire Horse "SAM" the property of the Crown. A credit of twelve months will be given on approved pe...

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