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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

npO COVER for the Season, that well. ?*. known, entire Horse, JACK, the property of F. Champion & Co. Têims -Twelve Dolíais each Mare, and Two Dolíais to the Groom, to whom applica- tion must be nude at the Stables in Argyle-street. TMPÖUNDED, at Benlomond, ti« r following CATTLE :-One dark speckled Cow, maiked C H off side, and D L near side; one joung Bull, nilli brown sides and white back and belly; one ginger-coloured Steer, wiih an enr split; one Poland Heifer, maiked vV K, with a piece out of each ear, colom red, side and back white.; one Bullock mark- ed J H on the near hip, with black side, white back and belly, and star in the forehead ; one giey Poland Bull, with a split in the right ear ; one black Bull, with no mai It; one black Bull, marked R L ; one brown-sided Bullock with WR on the off hip, a notch ont of each ear, and tip of the right ear off; one brow« Cow, willi white'legs,'and white star iu the forehead, marked R^ L ; one brown Steer, 'marked R L ; one bl...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

ESTATE OF MATTHEW OSBORNE, DECEASED. jyjARy OSBORNE, the Administra trixof this Estate, having assigned 9jerall ihe Goods and Effects of the late Matthew Osborne to me, in Trust, to Pay the Creditors, Notice is hereby given t(> Persons having Claims .on the Estate, ? send in the same to me for Examina lon ; and all those who are indebted are reque8ted to pay me the Sums due whil- st Delay. Geo.rgjg Carr Clark < « 'QUARTER SESSIONS. ' ftj OtlC E4%. hereby given, that a ¿fäß *?* -Hera] Quarter.Session of the Peace, for Van Diemen's Land and its Depen- dencies, will be held at the Times and Places following ;-That is to say, At Hobart Town, on Monday the 7th Day of November next. , At the Coal River, on Monday the 14th Day of November next. At Jericho, on Saturday the 19th Day of November next. ; > At New Norfolk, on Monday the 21st Day of November next: At Campbell Town, on Wednesday the 23d Day of November next,-and", At Launceston, on Monday the 5th Day of December ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

000000 Marriage.-On Thursday last, at St. David's Church, by the Rev. W. Bed- ford, G. W. Evans, Esq. to Lucy youngest daughter of Thomas Lem- peirre, Esq.   BIRTH.-At Launceston, on the 8th instant, the lady of George Hull, Esq. Dep. Assistant Commissary General, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. SCHULTZE'S STORE. MR. F. SCHULTZE, of the late Firm of Schultze & Reid, grateful for and encouraged by the very flattering Support extended to thal Concern from its Establish- ment, on its Dissolution takes this Opportu- nity respectfully to solicit, as it shall be his I study to deserve, a transfer and continuance of that liberal share of Public favour with which (he former was honoured, to the new Firm of F. Schultze & Co, who bute now on SALE, on the very lowest Terms, the fol- lowing GOODS, just lauded and landing in (he be&t condition from the Triton and other Ships recently arrived ; with their usual ex- tensive and general Stock, in Pa)ment of which ihey will receive Cash, Wheat, fine and clean washed Wool, Seal Shins, and other Colonial Produce.-Mole-skins, bea verteens and corduroys of superior quality, shirting and other calicoes, fine town prints, cambric, media«*; und^tfco.iret muslins, fine' black bombazeens and rich double Norwic...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. nnnnnn As a striking proof of the rapid improve tnent,and of the intelligence of this Colony, we are happy to state, that no less than 4 complete printing presses are on their way out. Many valuable manuscripts are pre- paring for publication. Among.others, a large pamphlet, containing the series of ten letters, of a spurious Colonist, to his Honor Lieutenant Governor Arthur, with the ten genuine ones printed in the oppo- site page, in the manner that the opinions on the lav/ of libel, with regard to the press in India, were lately priuted in the Ex-Gazette. Together, they will affoid a plain, straight forward statement, of the administration of this Colony, with a full exposé of the life, falsehoods, motives, and backsliding purposes, of the dead Colonist, and his dying party. In the Court of Chancery, May 4, an injunction was granted, to restrain a person from making bricks, .near a gentleman's garden at Evesham, because it -appeared, that the defe...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, October 12, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, October 12, 1825.     THE under-mentioned Persons have   obtained Certificates of Freedom   and Ticket of Leave, during the last Week :— CERTIFICATES. Henry Cooper . . . . . . . . Hibernia William Shore . . . . . . . . Ditto Robert Hardy . . . . . . . Lord Hungerford Lewis Balbernie . . . . . . . Eliza Bryan Traynor . . . . . . . . Lady Castlereagh George Howell (dup.) Surry       TICKET OF LEAVE.     Benjamin Davies . . . . . . . Surry John Montagu, Secretary.   Commissariat Office, Sept. 16, 1825.   FRESH MEAT to be received during the Quarter ending 24th December, 1825 :—   HOBART TOWN. Oct. 21. Champion & Co. . . . . 8000, at 3 7/8d. 28. Richard Dry . . . . . . . 8000, ditto Nov. 4. Ditto . . . . . . . . 8000, ditto 11. Champion & Co. . . . . . . . 8000, ditto 18. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

DEATHS.—3d May, Sir John Cox Hip-   pisley, Bart. in his 80th year.—Mrs. Mary Hartley, of Morley, aged 103.—At Ma- drid, Mr. T. C. Tupper, British Consul at Barcelona.—Professor Pietet of Geneva. —Archdeacon Butler, aged 90.—At Field House, near Whitby, Mr. C. Richardson, banker, aged 73.—Baron Denon, member of the Academy of Fine Arts.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, SAILED, Oct. 11 -The cutter Governor Arthur, Captain Hassell, for Launceston, with part, of her cargo from Sydney, and sundries from this port. Oct. 13.-The schooner Sally, Captain Lovett, belonging to Captain Wilson, on a sealing cruise to New Zealand, with a crew of 17 men. Oct. 14 -The ship St. Michael, Capt. Beveridge, (or Sydney, with a full cargo of-general merchandise. The cutter Ellen, Capt. J. Laughton, belonging to Mr. H. Walker, of Pitt- water, and brought out in frame on board the Cumberland, will sail in a few days on a sealing voyage. The Medina, is expected to sail on Tuesday next for Calcutta. STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 3d TO 10th OCTOBER, 1825. Thermometer from to   Barometer from to Wind: Result. M. T. W. T. F. S S.   41 51 53 50 52 53 57 67 72 68 63 75 72 77 29. 5 29.7 29.6 29.4   29.3 29.2 29.2   29.5   29.7 29.8 29.5 29.3 29.3 29.2 W. S. N.W. N. E. W. N.W. E. Showers Clear Sh...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1835. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds- 10d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, Affleck Moodie, Esq. TO CORRESPONDENTS.   'The letter signed" Philarchus," came too late for insertion. We hope to have room for its appearance next week. " A Rogue in Grain," must favour us with his real signature, before we can publish his confession. " A Mechanic," on Sawyers' charges, in   our next. We beg leave to apologise to many of   our advertising Friends, for the non- insertion of their Advertisements.

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SIDE, OCTOBER 11, 1825. Rex v. Fuller and others. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

SUPREME COURT.     CRIMINAL SIDE, OCTOBER 11, 1825. Rex. v. Fuller and others. In this case, the Attorney General obtained permission of the Court, that William Fuller, and William Stevenson, might give evidence on the part of the Crown.-John Moir, Thomas Ward, John Diaper, for breaking into, and robbing the score of Captain Briggs, in Bathurst- street, formerly occupied by Mr. Fryett, and Thomas Johnson and John Cam, for   receiving from them a large quantity of sugar and wine, knowing them to be 'stolen, remained to be tried. The goods having been observed to be put in the store, after Captain Briggs' arrival in July, a robbery was planned by Fuller and Dra- per. Johnson, being asked the evening before, if he would buy some sugar, said, he would buy sugar if it were fifty bags, or any thing else that was brought to him. His house is nearly opposite Captain Briggs' store. At 11 o'clock, on the night of the 23d August, which was very dark and w...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1825. Stephen v. Crowther. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 October 1825

SUPREME COURT.   MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1825. Stephen v. Crowther. In this case, an affidavit of Mr. Crow- ther was read, stating that there were overcharges in the bill of costs in this action, and that Mr. Stephen had made certain charges for himself, as Counsel and Attorney, which were improper. Mr. Crowther said it was fair to state, that he had received a letter from Mr. Stephen a few days ago, pointing out to him errors in the bill to the extent of about £2, the amount of which Mr. Stephen had enclosed, but that he (Mr. C.) had thought proper to refuse accepting it. He thought the bill ought to be taxed over again he had suffered injustice. The Chief Justice objected that the   affidavit did not specify the particular items, nor state that they were objected to before the Master. But especially he objected to the length of time which had elapsed. Was a bill of costs between, party and party, and, regularly taxed and paid, to be revived at any period ? The...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

IQ(DlBüia<u? agror», SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2Î, 182i. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week The Loaf of Two Pounds-9R Sitting Magistrate for the ensjting Week^ James Scott, Eiq.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

r, ?, ;.^ To the Editer."," r .^"$ I Sr*,-Amidst the lengthened maus of vitupiration, which distinguishes the Co1on;al Times of che 7th instant, there L qnc topic, which although treated m the clumpy manner ¡separable from all the literary productions of its Editor, is so peculiarly interesting to the most estima- I ble feelings of Englishmen, that any mis I conception respecting ir, should ba rectified a> speedily as possible, and therefore I beg lpaVe to addresa to you, a few remarks on the subject. The article I allude to is that which commenting on the present Commission of Enquiry, on certain charges respecting the Attorney General, applies to it the epithets of " unjustifiable, unpreceJented, inquisi torial," and to crown the climax, likens it, 'parva componère maquist to the cele- brated Star Chamber, the tyiannical acts of which, were of such powerful effect in producing the Revolution, that brqught the unfortunate Charles to the block. Without digressing, to prove how li...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

Birth.-At Wanstead Park Bathurst, on the 16th instant, the Lady of Richard Willis, Esq. J. P. of a son, being her sixteenth child, thirteen oí whom are now living.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

', ' : Murder \/J^:< ? \4^FRPÈ PARDON/ AND ; ONE i HUNDRED POUNDS* REWARD, Y^THEREAS JOHN SPICER Í *** Corporal jn His Majesty*s Foi uelli Regiment, was, on Thursday the, Eightli Day of September last, most in'uimdtily niurdere-l in a A|arsh near to the Shannon Tier pf Hills,/by a Banditti of Meit 1 whose Naines are at present unknown, a I Reward of One tíundced Pounds will be I najd to any JPerson, not a Principal in. the J)eeí wlîo sbtdl give such Infonfta tion as wilL lead to the Apprehension and Conviction of the said Offenders : Ano! 1 am authorised by His Honor the Lieutenant Governor to make, known, that, ¡o addiiioïMO the aboye Reward, a Free Pa/don will be extended to "any Prisoner,-^ now under the Sentence of the Law, nota Principal in* the said" Deed, who shall give such Information as will be the Means of apprehending and con- victing the said Murderer^. - 'A. W. H. HuMPHlTEY) Superintendent of' Police. Police Office, Hobart Town, } October 21, 1825. " f Muríí...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

QUARTER SESSIONS. j TVOTICE is hereby given, that^i Ge I L~ neral Quarter Session of the Peace, for Van Dieincn's Land <nnd its Deperi tlencies, will beheld at the Times>and 'Places following ;--That is to say, t At jtfobait Town, on Monday the 7th Day cif November next. At the Coal River, on Monday the 14th Day of November next. At Jericho, on Saturday the 19th Day of November next. At New* Norfolk, on Monday the 21st Day of November next. At Campbell Town, on Wednesday the 23d Day of November next,-and, At Launceston, on Monday the 5th Day of December next. At which Session, so to be held as aforesaid, such Peisous as aie under Re- cognisances,' either to prosecute or ap- pear, are requested to attend. , The Court will, sit on each Day at JO o'Clock precisely. > Subpoenas for Witnesses may be ob- tained »on Application at my Office. W. T. Parramore, - 1_. "Çl^'k °f the Peace. OLD COUÏf~HOUSE>~ LIv'lîfU'OOL-STRËliT. ' |t/f"ESSRS. Appleton and Morgan ?*?*.*. most...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

J^JOílCE is hereby given,? that Lu . genets to Hawkers and Pedlars, arid i«r FasSage and Ferrv Boats, will be gra,l|le ¿lt lhe oeneral* Quarter Sesiions it !¡¡?íPeace» "> úe held at Hobart Town oh.Jonday the.7th Day. of. .November *exu W. T, Pabramoru. Vf ÍOLlNCELLQ.-i-Atiy Person hav ^ ina. a Violincello to dispoBe of, will meet with a Purchaser by applying-to Mr. J. P. Dean J?, Waterloo Store. AT a General Meeting of His Ma jesty's Justices of the Peace in and   for Van Diemen's Land, held at Hobart   Town on the 29th Day of September, the following LICENSES were granted: For retailing Malt, Spiritous, and other Liquors, in Hobart Town.   NAMES.       SIGNS. STREETS. Benj. Morris Thomas Dixon R. Brownlow J.T. Simmons Jnn.Petche>& Wm. Wood Francis Barnes James Ogilvie Rob». Stodart Jos. Fergusson E. H. Thomas W. T. Slorlcer Rachel Wil ham» Wm. Dennett Thomas Lucas Rob. M'Guirc Wm. Johnson Th...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, October 19, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTfCE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   October 19, 1825.     The under-mentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom   and Ticket of Leave, during the last Week:-     CERTIFICATES. Thomas Baker..... Guildford       Eliza Foran.. Lord Wellington   Ann Horan .... Ditto John Thompson.....Surrey (S) James Rowbottam .....Lord Melville Garrett Kelly ..... Bencoolen James Murphy..... Ditto Patrick Murray ..... Ditto Charles Clargis ..... Ditto Brian Carroll ..... Ditto Edward Stewart..... Ditto                 TICKET OF LEAVE., Thomas Hutchinson,       Hobart Town .... Lady Ridley.   John Montagu, Secretary.  

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, October 18, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER.     Government House, Hobart Town, October l8, 1825. MR. James Anderson is appointed Chief Constable of George Town,   vice Mr. Mark Wilson, resigned. John Lewis (per Chapman) is ap pointed a Constable at the Commissariat Stores, at Hobart Town. John Lightfoot (per Lady East) is appointed a Constable at the Coal River, vice Matthew Phillips, dismissed. By His Honor's Command, John Montagu, Secretary. Commissariat Office,   Sept. 16, 1825. FRESH MEAT to be recieved during the Quarter ending 24th December, 1825 :-   HOBART TOWN. Oct. 28. Richard Dry .... 8000. at 3 7/8d. Nov. 4. Ditto ... 8000, ditto 11. Champion & Co. ... 8000, ditto 18. Ditto ... 8000, ditto 25. Ditto ... 8000, ditto Dec. 2. Andrew Downie ... 8000, ditto     9. Patrick Wood .... 8000, ditto 10. H. W. Mason ... 5000, ditto Dan. Stanfield, jun. 3000, ditto   23. Thomas Sta...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED, Oct. 20.-The Medina, Captain Briggs for Calcutta. Passengers - Captaîn Cotton and family, Major and Mrs. Todd, Mr.W. Macintosh, Miss Honner and Mr. James Honner. Oct. 21. - The Triton, Captain Crear, for Sidney. Passengers - D. A. Commissary General Ryrie and family, with several others   who arrived in the vessel from Leith, and Mr. George Imrie from Hobart Town. STATE OF THE WEATHER. FROM 10TH TO 127TH OCTOBER, 1825. Date. Thermometer. Barometer. Wind. Result. .....from | to ..... from | to M. - 52 - 76 - 29.2 - 29.2 - N.W. - Showers T. - 52 - 70 - 29.2 - 29.6 - N.W. - Showers W. - 50 - 73 - 29.5 - 29.5 - S.W. - Showers T. - 51 - 68 - 29.7 - 29.7 - N. - Showers F. - 51 - 69 - 29.7 - 29.7 - S.W. - Showers S. - 52 - 73 - 29.8 - 29.8 - S. - Showers S. - 52 - 69 - 29.7 - 29.7 - S.W. - Showers [Scroll down to continue.]   THE effects of the firm and decided   stand, made this week, in   support of the Pu...

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