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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 August 1820

European Extracts. MILDEW. - The following is a communication from Sir John Sinclair:- "The blight or   mildew in wheat is by far the greatest calamity to which, in an agricultural point of view, this country is liable, as it originates from corruption and the growth of the fungus tribe, it seems     to me moil probable that the ufe of faline ma- nures would be found the moll efficacious pre. venfive. Many circumftancêi, already com« "municated to the Public, tend «o juftify That idea; and it is now, in a great meafure confirm* ed by an experimentrthat has júíl been reported tp me by Mr< At Robin fon, at Almond Myre hcad,1 about 16 miles from Edinburgh. On the . lft of November, 1818, Mr,. Robmfon fowed 2,81b. of marinefftit on three falls bf fandy land, mixed with the feed wheat-this at tho rate oí 2.6 bufhels per Scotch, or about 20 bnfhel| per Engl'iih acre. The crop was reaped on the 27thof Auguft, 1819, an(* tn* Part k^'G Pro du...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 August 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS.   MR. ALFRED LUTTRELL proceeding to Port Jackson, requests all Claims to be presented.     The under-named Persons proceeding to Macquarie Island in the Ship Regalia, request all Claims against them may be presented: Mr. James Innis, John Reynolds, John Brownie, Peter Henry, Fisher Stanton, Jeremiah   Kelly, William Brazill, William Sparks,   Thomas M'Namara, Patrick Buller, William Gulley, Walter Griffiths, Henry May, William   Selwood, John Rowser, Robert Blinkworth,   William Anderson, John Riddell, Daniel M'Cane, William Thompson, and Joseph Lester.   SAMUEL LANCASTER proceeding to England in the Brig Robert Quayle, requests all Claims to be presented.   POST OFFICE - It is hereby notified,tint the Letter Bag for England per the Brig Robert Quayle will be kept open until Eight o'Clock in the Evening of Tuesday next, the 29th Instant, at which Time it will b...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 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, 18th August, 1820.       NOTICE is hereby given, that His Majes- ty's Magazine will be Open for the Re-   ception of Wheat from Growers every Tuesday and Thursday from this date until further No tice ; and an additional Proportion will be re- ceived from those Settlers who have already supplied a certain Quantity per Acre. GEORGE HULL, Deputy Assistant Commissary General. COMMISSARIAT OFIICE, HOBART TOWN, 24th July, 1820.   LIST of Persons from whom Supplies oí Meat will be received into His Majesty's Magazines in Van Diemen's Lan...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 August 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate, - Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday last arrived from England the ship Surry, Captain RAINE, with merchandize. - She left England the 27th March, put into Rio, and experienced much bad weather shortly before her arrival here. - Passengers, Mrs. Marr, and son Charles, Mrs. Tindle and son, Mr. and Mrs. William Brest, Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield, Mr. J. Ashley, Mr. W. Walkinshaw, Mr. J. Kay, Mr. J. Cobb, Mr. J. Chandler, Mr. W.   Witchurch, Mr. E. Franks, sen. Mr. E. Franks, jun. Mr. Charles Franks, Miss Emma and   Elizabeth Franks, and 6 children, Mr. and Mrs. Gorringe, Miss Elizabeth & Harriet Gorringe, Miss Elizabeth Lowthon, Mr. and Mrs. Burrel,   Mr. and Mrs. Cotter, Mrs. Inch, Mr. Blake, Mr, Dobson, Mr, George Williams, Mr.   Bowmaker, and Master John Bowden.   The Surry will sail early next week for Port   Jackson; as will also,   The brig Robert Quayle, for E...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 August 1820

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. R. Lewis, at his House, on Wcdnesday next,       the 30th Instant, at 12 o'Clock precisely, the following choice and select Articles.-Assorted Nails, Gunpowder, Patent Shot, Rum, Cape Madeira, London Print, Lamb's Wool Hose, Angalo ditto, Worsted ditto, Sewing Silk, Wine Glasses, Looking Glasses, Claret in Cases, Corks, Pickles, Sauces, Children's Watches, Sugars, Butchers' Knives, and various other Articles too numerous to mention.-Prompt Payment in Cash, or Wheat at 10s. per Bushel, to be delivered at the Wharf. Provost Marshal's Office, Hobart Town Saturday, August 26th, 1820. Loane. Esq. v. Welch. I WILL Cause to be Put up for Sale by Pub- lic Auction, on the Premises at Pitt Water, on Thursday next, the 31st Instant, at Two o'Clock in the Afternoon, by Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias issued from The Lieutenant Go- vernor's Court, a valuable Farm containing 30 Acres, of which 20 Acres are in Cultivation, with ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 September 1820

VrpTICE.«- Mr.FISK takesthia Opportu a. * nity of acquainting all Ihofe who Hand ia. debted to him* either by Notes of Hand, Boole Debts, Or other wife, that unlefs^hey do come ¡forward and fettle,their refpective Accoiinti on or before the i5th'ln(lant, he is determined to re for! xo fuch Meafures, in the enfuing Term of the Lieutenant^ Governor's Court, as trill bring forward thofe who have fo long neglrcled Ito fettle *be fame, after repeatedly promiiing [to adjuft them. ^^ BERNARD WALFORD, Baker, Liverpool. flreet, mott rclpeäfully retorna Thanki [toihe Inhabitants of Hobart Town for ihe very liberal Support he has received from ihem in his Baking Bufinef«; and Is he hss given up the fame Bufinefs ¿to his Son, BERNARD WALFoaD, Jun, who he flatters hiraielfwill pay every Attention to ihofe who miy be pleafedio favor him with their Command*, I" takes this Opportunity of foliciting a Continu« ¡ance uf their Cuflom'iolho (aid Bake-houie. 1 %» Bifcuit made on ihe fhorteft Notice. QJT...

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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 September 1820

European Extracts. EXTAAORDINARY PüS NUM K NON,-The foi lowing account of a mon. extraordinary pheno- menon of Nature may be depended on for it; authenticity :-This ungular man is probably Hill alive ; he was living, to the writer's know, ledge, fix years ago. In the village of Dicheat, ffdur miles from Shepton Mallet, in Somerfet« lhire. In the year 1765, a woman, oí the name of Kiogilon, was delivered of a flout boy, without arms or fhoulders» He pode dev, without the uiûal appendages of arm», all the alrength, power, and dexterity, of the ableft and moil regular made men, end exercises every function oí life. He feeds, dreffes, and un* dreíTeí bimíclf, combs his own hair, fhavea his bcatd with a razor in his COCÍ, cleans his {hoes, lights his fire, writes out his own bills and ac- counts, and, does almofl every other domeflic bufinefs. Being à farmer by occupation, he performs the ufual bufinefs of the field, fodder* liia cattle« makes his ricks, cuts his hay, cachet bia norie, a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 September 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, 26th August, 1820. TENDERS will be received at this Office for BARLEY for the Supply ol His Ma- jesty's Magazine. GEORGE HULL, Deputy Assistant Commissary General. 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.—Sept. 7— Mr. D. Stanfield, jun. 2000, Mr. D. Reynolds 1000,   Mr,.E. Kimberly 2500, Mr. D. Stanfield, sen.   3000, Mr. T. Stanfield 1000, Mr. R...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 September 1820

The whole of the female convicts on board the Morley have reached this port in the best state of health and order ; and their condition in all respects affords the amplest testimonial of the humanity, attention, and judgment which have been employed in their manage- ment upon the passage. On Thursday the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR inspected the female prisoners on board; and     this day the number of 60, destined for this Set- tlement, were landed and appropriated to service   Early on Wednefday morning laß this Settle, ment was vifited rjy'a very heavy fall of fnow, which continued nearly Jhe wholeof the day. In (arno places, the fnow was faveral inches deep ; and it remained on the high grounds the major part of the following day. it was con- siderably heavier than the fall we experienced i:¡ 3814, which waa the firft known on'the Jfland by the fcttlers. Mount Wellington, which n pnrtly, and fometimes wholly covered with fnow, has now an immenfc we...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 September 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M, A. SHIP NEWS - On Tuesday last arrived from England in 99 days, the ship Morley, Captain   Brown, having touched at no   port on her voyage, and bringing out 120 fe- male convicts, and several free women, to whom passages have been allowed, to join their husbands. - Surgeon Superintendant, Thomas Reid,Esq -Passengers, Rev. Mr. Reddell, and family. Same day sailed the ship Eliza, Capt. Hunt,   for Port Jackson. - Paffenger, R. W. Loane, Esq. ; also, On Thursday, the Prince Regent, whaler, Captain Anderson for the sperm fishery. The Morley is expected to proceed on her voyage to Port Jackton to-morrow ; as is also, the Surry on Monday for the same port. The Robert Quayle is also expected to sail for England on Monday. Remain in the harbour, the ships Morley, Surry, Regalia, and Actaeon ; and the brigs Robert Quayle, Jupiter, and Sophia.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 September 1820

POST OFFICE. - The Public are informed, that the Letter Bag per the Surry will be   closed at Nine o'Clock on Monday Morning next. JAMES MITCHELL, Deputy Post Master. NEW MILL. - JAMES TEDDER and EDWARD YATES take this Method of     informing the Public, that their New Flour Mill in Liverpool-street will commence   Grinding on Monday next, the 4th Sept.; where they hope to give every Satisfaction to those who may be kind enough to favor them with their Custom. The Settlers may depend upon always having their Wheat ground with the greatest Dispatch. The Price of grinding will be 15s. 2d. per Bushel, or 8lbs. of Wheat. N.B. - Flour will be given in Exchange for Wheat at the Rate of 40lbs. for a Bushel of Wheat. The Initials of every Person's Name who send Wheat to be ground are requested to be marked on their Bags, to prevent Mistakes. Sale by Auction,   BY MR. FRYETT, At his Rooms in Bathurst-street, on Saturday next, t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has thought proper to direct, that all Public«       HOBART TOWN GAZETTE; and SOUTHERN RE PO RTER, ügned with any Official Signature, are lo be conTidcred as QAftiftl ^«mimications made to thofe Perfons lo whom they may relate. v _ _ . - M 17 BftBiuCAM. V#/*iv#vri*i/i (BY COMMA N D OP HIS HONOR) H. E. Ropiwsow; Secretary*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

Yesterday morning three prisoners, who had   fecreted themselves on board the brig Robert Quayle, with intent to escape from the Colony, . were discoverod by some constables, and after wards lodged in gaol. Married, by Licence, on Monday last, by the Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A., Mr. JAMES INNES to Mrs. AYERS, widow of the late       Mr. N. AYERS.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

MR. CURR has on Sale, at his House in Liverpool-street, and at the Stores of Mr. Fryett, the following Articles.—   Brazil Tobacco and Sugar, Rum, Cape Madeira Wine, Porter in Hogsheads,   Batten and Shingle Nails, Shot, Pig Lead, Bar, Bolt, and Rod Iron, Pit and Crosscut Saws, Shovels and Spades, Superfine   Black Cloth, Pelisse Cloth, Bombazets, Marcellas, English Canvas, Stationary, Tin in Boxes, Window Glass, Tumblers, Wine Glasses, Silver Spoons, Liverpool Salt, a Dray and Harness, and various   other Articles. CAUTION—All Persons are hereby strictly cautioned against grazing Sheep or Cattle   on my Farm, containing One Thousand   Five Hundred Acres, situate at East Side of the Coal River, bounded on the North by a Salt Water Creek, forming a Neck of Land called Middle Point, and running from then- ce in a Line from West to East to the Sweet Walter Range of Hills, which Line is boun-   de...

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Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, September 9th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN,     Saturday, September 9th, 1820. MR EDWARD FRANKS is appointed a Su- perintendant on the Establishiment, in the Room of Mr T. R. CROWDER, retired, subject to the Approbation of HIS EXCEL- LENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF. By Command of His Honor The Lieütanant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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Government Public Notices. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, September 9th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

Government Public Notices. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, September 9th, 1820. CONSTABLE FOLLY, of Browa's River, is removed. OSCAR DAVIS, Constable of Hobart Town, is allowed to resign. 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.—Sept. 14—Miss Bar- ry 1000, Mr. E. Garth, jun. 600, Mr. E. Garth 1000, Mr. R. Pitt 500, Mr. W. Pierwell 500, Mr. W. Nicholls 800, Mr. J. Edington 500, Mr. F. Cobb 700, Mr. W. Presnell 500, Mr.   ]. Thomas 500, Mr. P. Pritchard 1000, Mr. F. FIaxmore 500, Mr. A. Thrupp 1000. 21 —Mr. W. Kimberly 2000, Mr. J. Chipman 500, Mrs. C. Chipman 300, Mr. T. Triffitt 1000, Mr. J.Triffitt 1000, Mr. J. and F.Chip- man 500, Captain Blyth 3500, Margret Con- nolly 500. AT PORT DALRYMPLE.—Sept. 21—J. Townson, Esq. 3500, Mr. W. F. Baker 1000, Mr. D. Gibson 800. 28—Ditto 520...

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European Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

European Extracts, STATISTICS OF EUROPE.-( From a French     Paper.-Europe contains in superfices, 153,529 square geographic miles, of 15 to a degree, or only 1-16 of the continental superfices of the whole earth. Its population is estimated at 180 millions and a half; which gives, one with another, 1177 inhabitants to each square geo- graphic mile. It should always be remembered, that this population is very unequally divided ; for if in the Low Countries for example, we reckon 4550 inhabitants to a square mile, Rus- sia contains but 447 ; Sweden 362 ; and Nor way only 118. Europe consists 17 Nations; 1st, nations speaking the dialects derived from the Latin language, 61 millions; 2d, Teutonic nations, 54 millions ; 3d, Sclavonians, 46 millions ; 4th, Celts, 3,720,000 ; 5th, Tartars, 3500, 000 ; 6th, Magyans, 3,250,000 ; 7th, Greeks, 2,100,000 8th, Finns, 1,800,000 ; 9th, Cim     merians, 1610,000 ; 10th; Basques, 670,000 ; 9th, A...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - OnTuesday last arrived from Port Dalrymple,   the brig Campbell Macquarie,   Mr. Thomas Whyte,   master, with merchandize. Sailed on Sunday evening left for Port Jack- son, the ship Morley, Captain Brown, with the remainder of the female prisoners brought from England by that vessel. Yesterday morning sailed for Port Jackson,   the ship Surry,Captain Raine; also,   The brig Robert Quayle, Captain Leslie, for England. - Passenger, Mr. H. Haywood. On her passage this vessel will call at Macquarie Island, where she will fill up with elephant oil, and leave a gang of men on the island from this Settlement. On the - ult. arrived at Port Dalrymple His Majesty's Colonial brig Prince Leopold,     Mr. Chase; Commander, from Port Jackson. Remain in the harbour, the ships Regalia, & Actaeon; and the brigs Campbell Macquarie Jupiter, and Sophia.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 September 1820

MRS. LORD acquaints the numerous Set- tlers indebted to EDWARD LORD, Esq. to whom indulgences on their old Accounts, Notes of Hand, and other Obligations, have been long extended, that she is desirous to af- ford them every Facility in discharging their Embarrassments which Circumstances Place in her Power, as Agent to Mr. LORD; and that   she will receive during the next three Months good storeable BEEF and MUTTON to the extent in Quantity of 150,000 Weight, at Six-pence per lb. in Liquidation of their Debts. Mrs. LORD reminds Cultivators, and those who are under Engagements to deliver Wheat this Season, especially those to whom in the early Part of it she had engaged to allow Store Price, that 10s. per Bushel being given no Ex-   cuse will be admitted for any Breach of En- gagement this Year; and generally, Mr. Lord   feels it a Duty belonging to her Agency to state that if the prefent Opportunities be not embraced by the old Debtors to Mr. Lord's Eftite,...

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Govt. and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Wednesday, September 13th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 September 1820

Govt, and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Wednesday, September Ï3th, 1820. ß Y the Government Colonial Brig Princess Charlotte, the LIEUTENANT GOVERN- OR has received Official Intelligence of the Démise of His Most Excellent Majesty, KING GEORGE the THIRD5 of blessed Me- mory ;-and that the High and Mighty ¡ Prince, GEORGE PRINCE of WALES, had been with all due Form proclaimed, by the ' Grace of GOD, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Defender of the Faith. , The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR therefore ! desires the Attendance of the Officers, Civil and Military, the Magistrates, and Principal Inhabitants of the Settlement, at Government House, on Sunday next, in Order to proceed in solemn Procession to the New Church, there to return Thanks to ALMIGHTY GOD, that, in relieving from all worldly Cares Our late Revered SOVEREIGN, He has granted to rule over us His Present Majesty, King George the Fourth; and to offer up our Prayers to GOD, that His MAJESTY , ...

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