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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Saturday, 26th August, 1820. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, Saturday, 26th August, 1820. Civil Department.   HIS Majesty having been graciously plea- sed to confirm John Beamont, Esq. in the Situation of Provost Marshal of the Settle- ments in Van Diemen's Land, he is to be obeyed accordingly.   By His Excellency's Command, J. T. Campbell, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

ALL Persons are strictly forbidden to Tres- pass, by Cattle or otherwise, on the   Farms commonly called Stanly's Farm, Spons. ford's Farm, and Mitchel's Farm, all running parallel with the New Town Road. E. F. BROMLEY MR. Faaoussow hereby begs, leave io male« known toihok who Hand indebted to him, his Intention of loofetfeg for the fame, in ihe next Sitting,of the Lieutenant Go vernor'* Court ; and no Fsvour or Affeclion will be fliown. MRS. LORD acquaint»ihe numerous Set- tlers indebted ao EDWARD Loa», Efq. to whom Indulgences on their Old Accounts, Note» of Hand, and other Obligations« have jbeen long extended, that ihe ia defirous to af ¡ford them every Facility in difchargiriglhtir jEmbarraflmenta which CircumfUnces Place in! {her Power, as Agent to Mr, Loa o ; and that fhe will receive during the' next three Months good ftoreable BEEF and MUTTON to ihe extent,in Quantity of 150,000 Weight, at jSix-pence per lb. in Liquidation of thsir Debts. I Mr*.. LORD reminds C...

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Government and General Orders. Head Quarters, Sydney, Saturday, 29th July, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

Government and General Orders^ rHead Quarters, Sydney¿ : Saturday, 29M July, Ï820. I-IN Consideration of the Evils arising to the] * Iutorests of the Inhabitants of Van Die-j L menf B Land from the Court of Criminal Juris l diction not having been convened aUhat Place,! \ His ExcettencytiieGovernorliMheen.çlQweà I to' suggest to* the Honourable the Judge Ad r VQCfltei the Expediency and present urgent Necessity, of his proceeding, durjng the pre i->~. «»I.JC.. . « ? n^fr-ifwnH i ?! sent Year, for the Parpóse of holding a Court there;-~&nd ,the Judge-Advocate having met the Suggestion made as,to this Extension of his judicial Services, a CouTt of Criminal Ju- risdiction will accordingly be convened at Ho- bart Town during the Month of December next, for the «Trial of all such Offenders as mav be then brought before it; By Compiand of His Excellency The Governor, J!; C Antill, Major of Brigade.

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Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Sept. 16th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

Gpveriíiñent and General Orders. | Government Hônfe,:.Hobart Town, Saturday, Sept» loth, 1820. A GENERAL MUSTER of the Whole of.the Inhabitants (Civil Officers and Military exempted) will take place io the dif- ferent Diftria* of*he Settlement on the Dc> went, onwtho Days herein-aftcr-mentidnei), under ¡the Infpeöion of His HOWOÄ 1he Ltr.üTEUANT GovaaNOR. In George's Square, Hobart Town, on Mon day and Tue id ay, October 9th and 10th, all 1 the Free Men of every Defcription on and off j the Stores refidiogin Hobart Town and ad- I jaceot Diftriât on thii íjdeof the River, in- ? eluding Queenborough to Brown's River and North Weft Bay downward», and New *>Town and its Environs as far a» the Black * Snà&erupwerd«. ^ » v . ^

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, SEPTEMBER 23d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN. SEPTEMBER 23d, 1820. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to direct, that the following statement of the Police Fund of Van Diemen's Land for the Quarter ending 31st of March. which has been returned (approved) by His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, shall be published for general information.   By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor.         HENRY EDWARD ROBINSON, Secretary.   The POLICE FUND of VAN DIEMAN'S LAND, in Account Current with JOHN BEAMONT, ESq. Treasurer, for the Quarter ending March 31st, 1820.                       To paid Mrs John Wade, for a Draught Horse for Public Works, - £50 0s. 0d. Mr. Wells, Compensation for Rent from April 9, 1817, to Dec. 31, 1818. - 31 10 0 Ditto ditto, from January 1 to December 31, 1819. - 18 4 0 Mr. John P...

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Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, September 23d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN,                     Saturday, September 23d, 1820.     THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR directs, that the New Church of Hobart Town   shall be called, "ST. DAVID's CHURCH," out of Respect to the Memory of Colonel DAVID COLLINS, of the Royal Marines, under whose Direction the Settlement was founded in the Year 1804, and who died, Lieutenant Governnor, in the Year 1810.   --------------------------------           THE under-named are appointed Constables of Hobart Town: -- Redmond Bourke, vice Robinson, appointed Overseer of Gaol Gang. John Gallaher, vice Gardner, unable to serve     from ill-health, James M'Bride, vice Everet, resigned. By Command of'His Honor The Lieutenant G...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, September 16th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'* OFFICE, HOBART TOWNJ Saturday, September i6th, 1820. ALL Perfon» holding annual Licences for grazing Stock upon Crown Land», expir- ing the 29th iuftmt, are required io lodge them atihii Offiice on or before the 27th Inftant; and »II thofe who defife a Renewal of thia Per» million will ftate it upon the Back of the Old Ticket, fpecifying the Number of Cattle or of Sheep fur which the Licence is applied for, tod whether their own Property :-And it ia here« by notified, that no Licence to graae'Stockupon detached Crown Land will be granted except to Perfon» who are acknowledged Settlers and Laod-owners» and Who tbemfelves Mutter is Proprietors of nords and Flocks fufficient io give 1 Claim to fitch Occupation is ia noceda* ry to the Maintenance of their Stock, féparile from their own Land. 1 ßy Command of His Honor, N H* E. ROBINSON, Secretary. ?v COMMISSARIAT 0?FICB, HOBART TOWN, ., September 23dl 1810. IST of Perfons*o fupply Meat for »he Ufe of...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, WA. The Procession which took place on Sunday] last, in consequence of the death of our late! revered Sovereign, was composed of the Lieute- nant Governor, the Deputy Judge; Advocate,' the Officers'and Magistrates, and the principal Inhabitants of-the Settlement, all in deepi mourning. Minute, guns, in number corres- ponding with the years "of his late Majesty, were fired from Mulgrave Battery. The Roy- al Standard, and the colours of all the vessels! in the port, were hoisted half-mast high; the] detachment of the 48th Regiment occupying the street from Government House to the Church. The whole of the ceremony could not fail to leave a deep impression of the veneration and respect which were felt towards our lamented Sovereign-an impression which was much strengthened by the discourse of the Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. whose allusions to his late Majesty's public and private virtues were most appropriate to the melancholy occasion. Thus...

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Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 September 1820

Proclamation. WHEREAS it hath pleased Almighty God to call to His Mercy Our late Sovereign     Lord, King George the Third, of blessed Me- mory, by whose Decease the Imperial Crown     of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and   Ireland, and all other his late Majesty's Do- minions, is solely and rightfully come to the   High and Mighty Prince, George Prince of Wales ;—WE, therefore, William Sorell, Es- quire, Lieutenant Governor of the Settlements on Van Diemen's Land ; Edward Abbott, Es- quire, Deputy Judge Advocate of the said Settlements ; Thomas Bell, Esquire, a Com- panion of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, Major in the Army, Captain of the 48th Regiment, a Magistrate, and Commissioner of the Supreme Court of the Territory; and John Beamont, Esquire, Provost Marshal of Van Diemen's Land ; being here assisted by the Officers, Civil and Military, the Magistrates, Clergy, and principal Inhabitant...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

His HONOR the LIIUTINAKT GOVERNOR ha« thought proper to direft, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTEt and SOUTHERN REf*ORTER$ûgnedwhh any Official Signature, are to be confidered as Official . Communications made to thofe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OP HIS HO^OR) fy E» ROBINSON Secretary*.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, August 15th, 1820. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS, GoVARNMftMT Hot/8», SYDNIYJ Auguft 15th, 1820« Civil Department, MUCH inconvenience and Delay, accom* p»Ti¡ed, by Danger of perfontl Injury, arifingto Perfon i travelling on the High-ways,, either on Foot or on Horfeblck, br with Cars,! Carts, Drayj, Waggons, Timber and other Carriage», owing to Horfemen and Hie Dri» vora of the faid Carriages of every Dofcription, oithtr intentionally driving, or buffering their Cattle to croîs the Road, in (lead of keeping thom fleadily on their proper Side, the Go« vi a NOR is ploifed to order and di red, that all Perfons driving Can, Carts, Drays, Weg. gons, Timber and other Carriage*, fhall ob. ferve the fimo Regulations ss directed in Eng- land, by keeping and driving their Carriages,! of whatever Defcription, on their dvtn loft Side, commonly called the ne*r Side of the Road«, on PMn of being fined by a Bench of Magiftrate«, any Sum not exceeding Ten Shillings for every futh Offence j One-half whereof ii t...

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DEATH OF HIS RYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF KENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

DEATH OF HIS BOYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF KENT. In our I a A: it was our painful duty to an- nounce the increased indifpofition of Hil Roy-1 al Highnoff the Duke of Kent, it is now our dill more melancholy «afk to ftate that that indifpofition has terminated fatally, and that his Royal Highnefs breathed his left on Sun* day, the 23d inftant, at *en o'clock in the morningi at his cottage, fitiiate st Sidmouth, in Devon Our e. Hil complaint, as our readers are already informed, was ab inflammation of the lungs/ io violent as to baffle the cfrbfti of medical (kill. The bleeding, and other re- medid unavoidably re for ted *o on fuch occa» fions, are calculated to reduce the ftrength of the patient, if they do not removeihe dilorder. In the prefent inftance, they unfortunately failed of giving relief, and the robuft frame of his Royal Hlghncfi funk into complete ex. haußion, from which the reí ou rees of art» and the powera of I naturally ftrong conftitution, were alike unable to re ft ora...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.—On Monday last arrrived from Calcutta the ship St. Michael, Capt. Marsh, with   merchandize.     Arrived at Port Dalrymple on the 19th   instant, the brig Queen Charlotte, with   merchandize, from Sydney. On Wednesday sailed for Port Jackson,   His Majesty's Colonial brig Princess Charlotte, Mr. Devine, Commander. To-morrow, or early in the course of the ensuing week will sail for Port Jackson,     the ship Actæon and the brig Campbell Macquarie.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

THE above Government and General Order by HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, is to be in Force in the Settlements   in Van Diemen's Land from the Date of its Publication.   By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Saturday, 29th July,1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY,       Saturday, 29th July, 1820. IN Consideration of the Evils arising to the Interests of the Inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land from the Court of Criminal Jurisdic-   tion not having been convened at that Place, HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has been pleased to suggest to the Honorable the judge Advocate the Expediency and present urgent Necessity of his proceeding, during the pres- ent Year, for the Purpose of holding a Court   there;—And the Judge Advocate having met   the Suggestion made as to this Extension of his judicial Services, a Court of Criminal jurisdiction will accordingly be convened at   Hobart Town during the Month of December   next, for the Trial of all such Offenders as may be then brought before it. By Command of His Excellency   The Governor, H. C. Antill, Major of Brigade.

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BY THE KING. "A PROCLAMATION, "Requiring all Persons being in Office of Authority or Government at the Decease of the late King, to proceed in the Execution of their respective Offices. "GEORGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

BY THE KING. {¿A PROCLAMATION, êt Requiring all Perfpns being in Of- fice of Authonty or Govern- ment at the Deçeafe or* the late King, to proceed in the Execu- tion of their refpe&ive Offices» « GEORGER. ÏJI7 H EREAS by an Aa made in the Sixth * * Year of the Reign of Her late Majeity Queen Anne, intituled Ah Aft for the Secu- rity of Her Majefty's Perfon and Govern- ment, and of the Succeflion to the 'Crown of Great Britain, in the Proteftant Line; it was ena&ed, that no Office, Place, or Employment, Civil or Military-, within ¿he Kingdom; of Great Britain or Ireland, Dominion of Wales, Town of Berwick upon-Tweed, liles of Jerfey, Guernfey, Al- derney, and Sark, or any of His Majefty's Plantations, .ihould become void by réaíon of the Demiie of Her faid late'Majefty, Her .Heirs or Succeilors, Kings .or Queens of this Realm; but that every Perfon and Perfonsin anyof the Offices, Places, and Employments aforefaid ihould continue in their refpeftive Offices, Places, a...

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PROCLAMATION, By His Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, Esquire, Captain General and Govcrnor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, Sec. &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Lachlan.Macquarie, Esquire, Captain GeneralandGovcrnor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of Kew South Wales and its Dependencies, Sec. #c. Sec' WHEREAS by His late Majesty's Letters Patent» bearing Date the Fourth Day lof February, in the Pifty-fourth Year of His 'Reign, the Process of the several Courts of i J udicature of tfn's Territory and it« Dependen- cies is directed to be executed by the Provost Marshal, or such other Officer as shall be ap- pointed by His Majesty's Governor ol' Lieute- nant Governor of the said Territory and its Dependencies. j And whereas by His said Majesty's Com-' mission, bearing Date the Eighth Day of May, in the Year of Our Lord One thousand eight! hundred and nine, appointing ME, His Cap-] f tain General and Governor an Chief in and? lover the said Territory and its Dependencies, . »ii am authorised and empowered to constitute Jand appoint Coroners in the said Territory Jand its Dependencies. And whereas it ...

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Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, Sept, 16th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

Government and General Orders. GoviaNMíNT HOUSEJ HOBART TOWN,! ' Siturday, Slpt. T6tb,* 1820.I A GENERAL MUSTER, of the Whole of the Inhabitants (Civil Officers and Military exceptad) will take Place in the dif- ferent Diftri&s of the Settlement on the Der» went, on the Days herein-after-mentioned, under the Infpeftion of His HONOR the LiaUTINAKT^GoVEaNOR. Is George's Square, Hobart Town, on Moo« day and Tuefday, October gth and xoth, all ' the Free Men ot every Defcriptjonon and off, the Stores re Tiding in Hobart Town and ad- jacent Diflricls on (hit fide of the River, in- cluding Queenborough to Brown's River, and North Weft Bay downwards, and New Towti and its Environs, as far as the Black' Snake upward«. N On Wednesday the nth, all the Free Woman1 Of every Description on And off the Stores io the fame Diftricls* Oo Thuridafi Friday, sod Saturday* i2¿ 13, and 14t?!, all the Male Prifoneia on and cn the Stores ¡9 the fame DiftriOf, including Ticket of Leave Men. 'Qn Monda...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

On Thursday 13 convicts, who arrived in the ship St. Michael from Calcutta, were landed. Amongst them are five out of the thirteen   piratical convicts who took out the Young   Lachlan schooner in March 1819; in which   they were wrecked upon an Island on the Coast of Java. They were seized and imprisoned at Batavia, where several of them died. The   names of the five who are now brought back are, Daniel Clarke, Christopher Read, Mal- colm Campbell, Samuel O'Hara, and Patrick Cotton.   On the night of the 21 st instant, five villains attacked the residence of Mr. Alfred Thrupp, at Restdown, who was absent from home. One of them had a blunderbuss, and another a pistol and their faces were disfigured. They     robbed the house of whatever property they could carry off, having threatened the servant maid if she moved, under the apprehension, as it appears, or being known by her. Several discoveries were made upon the day ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 September 1820

WILL Sail immediately, duett tor Sydney, tha remarkable lino - faft.fiiling Ship REGALIA ¡(lands A, I. at Lloyd's; copper- ed and coppcr-faliened ; FRANCIS DIXON, Commander: has moil excellent Accommoda- tion for PafTéngers,-For Freight or Paffage apply to the Commander on board ; cr to JOHN RAINS, Macquarie Point. Claims and Demandsé LIEUT. Liaoux, of Hie Majofty'a 48th Regt, proceeding IA England, via fort Dalrymple and Sydney, defircs that alj De- manda may be immediately preferred. 2 The following Persons leaving the Colony, requeft all Claimsto be prefented .-Captain Gordon, Mr, Macfarlsne, Mr. Pladim, Mr. Lindham, Mr. Savage, Mrs Smith, George Pafhlay, Charles Dowdel, John Wardle, Owan Pritchard, John Todd, Jonathan Green, Wm. Watson, Joseph Price, H. Wittide, Thomas Rofe, and John Reynolds. "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. THE Partnership of JOHN RAINE and ED WAID CURR, trading Under the Firm of RAINE, CUR a, and Co. is this Day di liol ved by mutual Confent ; and all Debts due to th...

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