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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 25th November, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. 25M November, 1815. NOTICE ¡3 hereby given, (lint tile following Claims for Grants will bo ready forExnuiinatioii, by the Commissioners appointed for that purpose, upon nr immediately after the 25th day of January, next, on or before which day any caveat or counter claim must be entered. William Hames. City of Hobart Town, 22\ perches. (Originally SI. A. Hratley, and soli! to I*. Montgomery, whose heir-at-law and others conveyed to applicant.) Hounded on tile south- west by 1 chain -l l links south-easterly along an nlloinient occupied by or belonging to Ino. Pitislsy commencing nt the uorlh migle thereof on Warwick-street, on thc south-east by t chain 3^ links north-easterly along allotments occupied by or belonging lo William Young anil Patrick M'Guirc respectively, on thc north-east by 1 chain .11 links north-westerly, along allotments occupied by or belonging to - Baldwin and Ino. Paisley respectively to Wnnvick-street aforesaid, nnd thence on the north-we...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE JESUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

I THE JESUITS. IT is announced in a Brussels poper, that new edition of tho Index of Books forbiddei by thc company of Jesuits has bean largcl circulated, lt is signed by a Father Boom Superior of tho Jesuits of Namur. It would appear from this document, tba not only tho productions of juvenile litera ture, but the best works of our ago have ex perienced no mercy at the hands of thi reverend fathers. Everything has met witl the same reprobation, and has been con founded in the same anathema. It was ii vain that M. Vdlcmain rendered signal just tice to the most illustrious doctors of tia Church, and always spoko with reverence o tho truths of religion ; his name is placed or thc Index, perhaps on account of his having expressed his admiration of Paschal's genius Even M. Chateaubriand himself, who fort) years ago received tho thanks of tho Bishops of Franco, for having lent a hand, and o powerful ono, for tho restoration of ibo na- tional altars, ia prescribed as a pantheist ot hereti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POPE HILDEBRAND AND HENRY IV. OF GERMANY. [From the Edinburgh Review.] [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

POPE III LDKB RAND AND II EN It Y IV. OF GERMANY. [From tim Kdinl.imjh Jlmar.} Ir was towards the end of January, tin earth was covered with snow, and the nimm tain streams were arrested hy thc keen frosi of tlie Apennines, when, chid in a thu penitential garment of white linen, and han of foot, Henry, thc descendant of so mair} kings, and thc ruler of so many nations ascended slowly and nlonc thc rocky patl which lcd to the outer gate of thc fortrcs: of Canossa. With strange emotions of pity ol' wonder, and of scorn, thc nssemhlct crowd gazed on his majestic form and tiohh features, as, passing through the first mn the second gateway, he stood in the posturt ol' humiliation before thc third, which re mahicd inexorably closed against his furthci progress. The rising sun found him then fasting ; and there the setting sun left hin still" with cold, faint with hunger, ant devoured by shanie and ill-suppressed resent ment. A second day dawned, mid won Inrdily away, and closed, in a cont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

FOR LONDON. A KEOULAR TRADER. T II E finu first-class barque " JANE FRANCES," .150 lons register, William Crosby, Commander, ls now loading, anti bating all ber dead weight and greater part of lier wool engaged, will sail for tbc above port early in January. For freight or pas- sage apply to thc Commander on board, or to ASKIK MOIUSON, or to KERB. IIOGLE, & Co. New Wbarf, Nov. 13, 1815. FOR WELLINGTON AND AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. THE Schooner " BANDICOOT," J. II. Dowden, master, having tho greater portion of her cargo on board, will meet with ininti! diatc despatch. For freight or paysage apply to the Commander on board, or to NATHAN, MOSES & Co. Nov. 1-1,1815. FOR ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. -E-vij-JÍ" THE fine fast-sailing 1Î rig ^SSOKÍT C<""mnndcr, »°w loading, will sall .Sussfsaam on Saturday, UUtli instant. For Freight of Horses and Goods, or Passage, on moderate terms, apply on board or to DUNCAN M'PHFRSON. I\Jcw Kirk, Glengala. AT a meeting of the unde...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. TRIAL OF THE SPANISH PIRATES. (From the [?] Bell, August 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

ENGLISt INTELLIGENCE. \_ TRIAI. OP Titi SPANISH PIRATES. (l-'rom the hiliray Moll, August 2.) Ex KT KR, JuiA2I.-Tile greatest excite- ment lias prevniloi in this city, on account of the trial of thencrsous charged with pi- racy, end'with the murder of ten English- men belonging to lr Majesty's ship ff'aap. Thc Court was to tr nt nine, mid hy half past eight any pesons having business were admitted, andlnon after that time the Court -wast quietly Ind comfortably filled, but not nt nil crowds. As all the prisoners were foreigners, the t ulcr-ShcrilF had taken care (o summon scvVal foreigners for jury- men, in case n jury te meditate should be (lemnuded. At »in o'clock Mr. liaron Platt entered thc Chrt and took In's scat, nnd shortly afterward thc prisoners were placed at tue har in Úf following order : Janus Mnjaval, ïYnncWo Pereira dc Santo Serva, Manuel Josi Alvs, Florenco llibeiro, Juan Francisco, Josi Atna Martinos, Anto- nio Jonnuim, SebnstinnyJc Santos, Manvil Antonio, and Josi ...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPREME COURT. In Banco. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH, 1845. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Montagu. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

SUPREME COURT. I In Banco. TUESDAY, NOVEMIIRII 23TH, lS'líi. lie/ore his Honor the Chief Justice and Mr. Jtistice Montagu. hi re John Smith.-Mr. Stewart ap- plied for a Certiorari to bring up tho pro- ceedings in this case, which were had at va- rious examinations of tho applicant at tho Police Ollico, Richmond, on a charge of his illegally havine in his possession certain properly belonging: to the Crown. On tho last examination he was convicted by tho the Bench, and sentenced to pay a penalty. Mr. Stewart contended that tho conviction was wrone: upon several grounds, ono of ?which was that he had been convicted by one Magistrate. A rule nisi was granted, returnable on Friday (this day.) In the matter of Bridget Gavan v. James Lackman.-Mr. Montagu applied for an, order of the Court directed to the Sherill' to pay over the sum of cfc'132'1 18s. lOd. claimed by the appellant under the will of her husband deceased. The facts of thia case aro as follows :-The Testator devised to tho pl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

pipping; ïntrUigriuc. HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. November 25.-Barque Ramillies, 740 tons. Baclean, master, from London 5th August, with troops. Passengers-Capt. Henderson, Lieut, thc Hon. W. Yelverton, 29 men, 4 women and 3 children, R. A. Major Singleton, Capt. Blosse, Captain Kenny, Lieut. Parker, Ensign Crook, Ensign Stewart, Ensign Maclcan, Assistant Sur- geon, Mr. Marshall, 11th Regt., 233 men, 36 women, 34 children, 58th Regt., 13 men, 96th Regt., 43 men, 99th Regt., 5 men. November 25.-Schooner Flying Squirrel, 8G tons, Thoms, master, from Port Albert 19th November, willi cattle nnd sheep. Passenger D. Clarke. November 25.-Schooner John anil Charlotte, 93 tons, Patterson, master, from Port Albert, with cattle and sheep. November 20.-Schooner Isabella, 70 tons, Williams, master, from Port Albert 19th Novem- ber, with cattle and sheep. November 25.-Schooner Flying Fish, 122 tons. Young, mnstcr, from Port Phillip, with eadie and sheep.-Mr. Collins, Mr. Steel, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Wilkin...

Publication Title: Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. EMIIF.ZZI.EMENT.-On Tuesday last, William Skerrilt was brought up nt the Police-office to answer n charge of embezzling the sum of £11 15s. Od. from Mr. Juduh Solomon, thc pro- prietor of thc Willmot Mills, of which the said Skcrritt had charge. The circumstances of the case, as appeared on the evidence were these. A ton of Hour was sold to Mr. Mnllet, n baker, mid on a ccrtnin day, Mr. Joseph Solomon desired a man named Dell, who was carter nt thc mill, to call on Mallet for thc money. Dell called on Mallet, re- ceived thc money, and gave a receipt, which had been furnished Ito bim by Mr. Joseph Solomon, for the nmount Dell returned to the mill, and counted thc money, consisting of eleven one pound notes, two dollars, two shillings in silver, nnd five shillings in copper, which he laid upon the desk in thc counting-house, where Mr, Joseph Solomon sat. At this time Skcrritt was in the yard cutting wood, and when Dell counted thc money, Mr. Joseph Solomon said he ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 28 November 1845

RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSANE. IN the Observer of the 18th instant, we ad verted to the trial of one Thomas Judd be fore the Court of Quarter Sessions. A question arose in the course of this trial as to whether the act of which he was guilty was performed in a "lucid interval," the   prisoner having been an inmate for some time of the New Norfolk Lunatic Asylum;   and if so, how the character of the offence would be affected by that circumstance. The medical gentleman examined on Judd's trial shocked Mr. Hone (sic) and amazed Mr. Fleming by the expression of the opinion that no im portance is due to what is called a "lucid     interval, " meaning thereby that he would   consider the acts of a man who was liable   (according to previous experience) to mental derangement as the acts of an irresponsible person, though at the period of their per formance he might appear in a sounder state of mind than at some o...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

NEW ZEALAND. NEW ZEALAND AND ITS PROSPECTS - Wu have been fnvored with thc following extract from a private letter received by a resident in this town, front a friend in Auck- land, Oct. 7, 18-15 :-"I am glad you did not think of coming to this country without first making some inquiry ns to what kind of pince it is. No doubt you are perfectly nwnre thnt very little reliance cnn, in gene- ral, be plnced in what you henr from the old colonists, ns few of them like to sny nny thing ngninst the country of their choice, lest it might prejudice others against com- ing to it ; however, nlthough I nm unfortu nnte enough to hnve chosen New Zcnland as my destination, I should he very sorry to recommend any of my friends to do so. lind I nat got n Government appointment I should have left this long ngo. However, when the new Governor comes I fully ex- pect to get the turn out, nlong with many others, as the general opinion here is, thnt the Government establishment will be greatly reduced. I ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOBART TOWN INFANT SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

HOBART TOWN INFANT SCIIOOLS. "WK remind our renders that tlie examina tion of the children of the Infant Schools will be held this evening, at six o'clock, in the School-room in Murray-street ; and that at seven o'clock thc Public Meeting of the Society will take place.

Publication Title: Observer, The
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SUPREME COURT. In Banco. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH, 1845. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Montagu. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

SUPREME COURT. In II anco. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25TH. 1845. Before his Honor the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice fri un ta gu. in re William Morgan Orr and others. In this cass, an the motion of Mr. Fleming, consented to by Mr. Horne, leave was grant- ed to amend the proceedings, in order lo save expense to thc parties to the suit. Mr. Horne consented, on the understanding that he should be allowed four days to plead to the amended declaration. In the »inlier of David Rose and IFUliam Rose, infants, which was on application for maintenance for tim children, under the will of ono Field, argued on Tuesday last. The Chief Justice said that he had considered tho question of notico, roscrved, and found Unit no notice was necessary. The order might, therefore, be served. in re Smith.-This was an application for a certiorari to bring up tho proceedings of the Richmond Bench, in a conviction had before one Magistrate, on the ground of the illega- lity of the proceedings, which was argued on Tues...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY MARKETS, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

SYDNEY MARKETS, NOVEMBER M. Wheat.-Wc have received some from Bathurst mid Goulburn during the week, of very good quality, which brought from 4s to Is 3d per bushel. We have not heard of any sales of Vnn Diemen's band wheat. There were fourteen loads received at thc Cumpbell-strcct Market, and realised from ,7s 9d to ls Od per bushel ¡ thc average price of thc fourteen loads 4s 2d. Flour.-In this article thc usual business is doing. There is, however, an absence of all speculation, and thc demand is entirely confined to the immediate wants of the public. The mills still quote JLT2 per ton as their price for linc quality. limul.-Thc 21b. loaf is still selling very generally nt 3d. Bran.-The bushel for thc best quality sells for ls 2d. The wholesale price of beef is 9s ld per cwt.: mutton. 10s ld. ; and pork and vcul, '-'Ss. Salt beef. Ll to £7 ids per tierce ¡ salt pork, £3 12s. to .Cl His per barrel. Thc sales at Campbell-street were as follows i Forty-seven loads of hay sold ot fro...

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THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

THE COUNCIL. REPORT is more than ever confident that thc vacancies have been filled. Thc follow- ing arc the gentlemen named :-Messrs. Driscoll, Henry Recd, Bisdee, Von Steig j Utz, Edward Macdowell, nnd - Clarke, junior. While the nffnir remnins a matter 1 of mere report, we forbear to make any remarks.

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Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures. Mrs. Caudle's First Night in France.—"Shameful indifference" of Caudle at the Boulogne Custom House. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

íílrd. CiuUlc'í Curtain lítctuvcé. (From "PUNCH.") Mrs. Camile's First Kighl in France-'. Shameful indifference" of Caudle at thc lloidwjne Custom JJuitse. I suppose, Mr. Camile, you call yourself a man 1 I" nm sure, such men should never have wives. If I could have thought it possible you'd have behaved ns you have done-nnd I might, if I hadn't been a for- giving crenture, for you've never been like anybody else-if I could only have thought it, you'd never have dragged mc to foreign parts. Never! Well, 1 did say to myself, if he goes to Trance, perhaps he may catch a little politeness-but no : yon began ns Caudle, and as Caudle you'll end. I'm to be neglected through life, wretchedness I've made up my mind to misery, now. You re glad of itt "Well, you must have a heart to say that. I declare to you, Caudle as true as I'm an ill-used woman, if it wasn't for the dear children far away in blessed England-if it wasn't foi them, I'd never go back with you. No; I'd leave you in this very...

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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

TJállMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. The OiisKRVF.n. will be delivered in Town erery Tuesday and Friday mornings. A Country Edition, containing the Intelli- gence received from Launceston, the Interior, or other places, on those days, Kill be posted in the evening. SUHSCRIPTION.-10.». per quarter in ad- vance; 13*. credit. ADVERTISEMENTS.-Twelve lines and un- der, ls. Gd., and 2d. for every additional line, for each insertion. Considerable reduction on Advertisements continued for any length of time. Advertisements are received at the Publishing Office in Collins Street on Monday, till 12 o'clock, and on Thursday till the same hour. Adver- tisers must state the number of insertions desired, on their Advertisements, other- wise they will be continued unlil counter- manded, and charged accordingly. jVo verbal communications attended to. *** COMMUNICATIONS for the Editor, or Orders for the Paper and Advertisements, to be addressed, or left al "THE OB- SERVER" Office, (MR. GKORRE Itot, ...

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POLICE AND GAOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

POLICE AND GAOLS. "WE furnished the following in thc country edition of our last. It still leaves us with- out any information ns to the precise amount which the Home Government has resolved to contribute to thc expense of Police and Gnols, while it proves the fact of new grievances intended. Waste lands (Australia Hill.)-The re- porter of the Morning Chronicle misled us in our Postscript Inst week. Lord Stanley did not give up his mincrnl-rcservntion clause in the Llouse of Lords. Jhit his friends hnvc been obliged to give up that and more in the Commons. One solitary clause of the 13ill -the clause excepting Van Diemen's Land from the provisions of thc Act !i and 0 Victoria, c. 30-has alone been nllowed to pass Even thus, more power to do mischief lins been conceded to thc Colonial office thnn could hnve been wished. Whatever may be the merits or demerits of the act in question, it would have been better for Ynn Diemen's Land to have been left under its operntion, than to be expos...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

SHIP MAILS. For Sydney, per Lloyds, this day nt noon precisely. Fur Adelaide, per Palmyra, ditto nt 4 P.M. For Swim Uiver vin Adelaide, ditto, ditto, ditto.

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POPE HILDEBRAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

TOPE HILDEBRAND. IN our fourth page will be found a cone lu sion to the stirring passage in the history of the Papacy, of which we gave the first part in our last publication. No one who wns lcd to peruse the former extract will fail to read that now published. The re- flections which the occurrences narrated suggest are too obvious to call for any allu- sion. AVc suspect the nrticle to bc the pro- duction of Mr. Macnuley, late Paymaster General, and the distinguished Whig orator.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Observer — 2 December 1845

TO SUBSCRIBERS. We have to request that all payments, either for subscriptions or advertisements, may be made nt our office in Collins-street, to Mr. JOHN VAÜTIV, or to Mr. UOLDHIIP, Collector.

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