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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, 14th October, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, 14th October, 1820. THE GOVERNOR is pleased to appoint       ROBERT ESPIE, Esq. Surgeon in the Royal Navy, to be Acting Surgeon in the Settle- ment of Port Dalrymple, in Van Diemen's Land, until His Majesty's Pleasure shall be made known,in the Room of JACOB MOUN- TGARRETT, ESq. Surgeon at that Place,       who is to be placed on the Colonial Pension List, from the 24th Day of November next ensuing. Mr. Espie's Pay, as Acting Surgeon, will be Ten-Shillings per Diem, and is to commence   on the 25th of November next, to be drawn for in the usual Way by Bills on the Lords Commissioners of His Majefty's Treasury. Mr. Mountgarrett's Pension, of Five Shil- lings per Diem, is to be paid from the   Colonial Revenue of Van Diemen's Land. By His Excellency's Command, J. T. Campbell, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, 19th September, 1820. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

GOV.T.AND GENERAL ORDÊRS.| Government House, Sydney\ \9th Seplembert 1820.J Civil Department. CERTAIN Circumstances, touching thel recent Conduct and Management of the! Commissariat -Department in this Colony, ha- ving rendered it necessary that a minute In- vestigation and Enquiry should take Place therein ; and a Board, consisting of the.Ho rrr t m florable Judge Advocate Wylde^ the Honor- able Judge* Field, and J. T. Campbell, Es- quire, having accordingly entered upon and completed the said Duty, and, among other Things in their Report, having strongly" re-j commended that the Old Colonial System of making Payments by Store Receipts, instead of Noies of Hand, from the Deputy Commis- sary General, should be agaiaresorted to; and the superior, Advantages of Store Re- ceipts, both as they regard the Public and the Benefit of the Service, »being made mani- fest by the Report of the said Board, His Excellency the Governor is pleased to order andxlirect, that from and after Monday nex...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

Advertisements. Provoft Mâ^Tihaï'T OfficöT Hobsrt Town, 4th Nov. 1820* Campbell v. Peters. Wall*ce v. Same. THE Sales by Auction in (he shove Caufcs arc poftponed till Tue id ay next, when the fime will positively be Sold on the Premiíes, st a o'ClocIc precifeiy, unlefs the Executions thereon be previouily íuperíeded. Cook v. Biogham. Kemp, Efq. v. Same. THE Sales by Auclion io the ahove Caûfei are poftponod till Tliurfday next, when the fame will take Place on the Premifel of the Defendant, at Pitt Water, at x2 o'Clock precifeiy» _ J. BPAMOMT, Provoft M tribal. PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICI, Nov. lft, 1820. TWO POUNDS REWARD.-Whereat SAMU*L GUNN, a Debtor, having made his Efcape from one of my Bailiffs in Hobart Town, all Confiables and others are hereby luthorifedio apprehend the faid Samuel Gunn, and^be above Reward will be given upon his Apprehenfion. _ f. BBAMONT, Prftvoft Msrfhal. \\T ILL bail immediately for Sydney direct, V" the remarkable fine fail-failing Ship GUILDFORD ; Hands...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, November, 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town,   Saturday, November, 4th, 1820.   THE frequent and open Violation of the Law by Drivers of Carts and Carriages in riding thereon without Reins to guide their Cattle, and in driving upon the Foot- paths, to the great Danger of Passengers,   and the Destruction of the Path-ways and Works, renders it necessary that the parti- cular Attention of the Magistracy, and of the Chief and other Constables be directed to prevent a Continuance of this Practice, by causing the Penalties and Punishments provided by Law to be put in Force against any Person who may be found so offending. By the Government and General Order of Date the 20th February 1819, it is declared and provided that any Person who shall drive a Car, Cart, or other Carriage on the Foot-paths, shall, on Conviction, upon the View of a Magistrate, or before one or more Magistrates, be subject to a     Fine of T...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. The male prisoners arrived per Guildford landed yesterday - 113 at Kangaroo Point early in the morning, where they were inspec- ted by the Lieutenant Governor prior to pro- ceeding to their destinations. The remaining prisoners afterwards landed here, and were inspected by His Honor; the greater part of   them were then assigned to the service of the settlers. The whole of these prisoners landed in a very healthy, clean, and orderly state.   By the Guildford, which arrival we report- ed in our last, we receive Sydney Gazettes to the 14th ult.; but, owing to want of room and time, we are unable, this week, to give any extracts from them. We shall, however, in our next publication, present our Readers with some of their most interesting articles of in- formation. By these papers we perceive, that the ship Tuscan, with oil and wool, had sailed for   England in the early part of September; an...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, 4th November, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 4 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, 4th November, 1820. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR pro- ceeding on Tuefday next, on public Duty to Port Dalrymple, all Reporté on the Current Service to be made during His HONOR'S Abfence to Major BELL, C. B. Commanding the Troops in thisSettlement, By Command of Bis Honor, The Lieutenant Governor, ' H. E. Robinfon, Secretary. A1 Commissariat Department, Hobart Town, 2d November, 1820. LL Persons having in their Possession Commissariat Promissory Notes of Frederick Drennan', Esql Deputy Commissa- ry General, are hereby called upon to bring the same to my Office here, and to that ef Acting Deputy Assistant Commissary General Archer at Port-Dalrymple, for Consolidation, by Bills on the Deputy Commissary General in-Sydney, between the Hours of li and 2 eVery Day until the 8th of December Proximo, to which Period the Receipt of those Notes is hereby limited". Any Person holding-them after that Day, will subject himself4» the Loss of thei...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

His riÓNÓ* the LIIUTENANT GOVIRNO* ha» thought proper to direa, that all Public Communication* which may ap pear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RE PORTER ,figned^with any Official Signature,^ JO be confidered as Official I Communications made to thofe Perfons to Whpm they may relate. '""v (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR) H. E. ROBINSON, Secretan/»

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Parramatta, 9th October, 18[?]0. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVT. AND GiÏNEKAL Olií>ERSi. Government Houíe, Parramatta, gthOírober, 1820. < Civil «Department. . '...'. \IT being repreíerited to the GOVERNOR!! I* that the Form prefcrlbed in the Go^erjn-'i ment and General Orders of the 19th ult.ji for drawing"Store Receipts, is -'not jo, Uç-'t icúred againft Fraud as it ought to i>e, inaf-f« muchasit is drawn payable to «. BEARER "J ,whereby in.Cafes of Theft, pr Accident I Store Receipts may t>e negociajed to the Prejudice of the Owner, without ehe re» gular Means of Detection; and it being éafy to guard again ft fuch Rifle by intro- ducing* the word "ORIHR," inftead of 11 BP ARE it," which will require that all Store Receipts [hall be duly indorfed in like Manner as Bills of Exchange when nego ciated from one Perfon to another :-It is therefore ordered and directed by His Ex> CÍLI.RNOV, that the Deputy CommiiTary General, or Officer at the Head of the Commiflariât Department of New, South Wales and its Dependencies, d...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

HO BART/TO; Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Beti, Esq. MMtewM> (¡&* Siick Persons residing at this Settle- ment aj wish to he supplied Mh the NEW ]\¡$Í$kX WAJlÈb;ALMANACK for ' l821)-iot7/ be pleased to- leave their Names , at the Hobart Town' Gazette Office prior to the, sailing oj the Jip st Vessel for Sydney,\ ' so that a sufficient Number of them may be 1 ordered to meet the demands of Purchasers, ,MS)none^wil\ be sent here without being ' previously applied for to the Publisher. (

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, November 6th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart To\vn, Ñovconber (ith, 1820. THE, Deputy Surveyor,of Lands having , given Notice of Attendance in the dif- ferent Districts to measure J^ands, ordered by His Excellency- the Governor, in Chief upon Memorials, submitted through the Lieu- tenant, Governor in. 1819 and 1820 ; all Per- sons holding Authorities to cultivate upon the said Memorials are desired to lodge jthem at this Office without Delay, and to apply to the Deputy Surveyor of Lands for the Mea- surement of their Locations. By Command of His Honor, The Lieutenant Goyernor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. £3*,Jor Advertisements, Sec. see Supplement* noa ART TOW« : rjuwran ar A, BIMI*

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, November 6th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, November 6th, 1820.,     DISTRICT Constables Alexander Simpson and John Ashton are dismissed for Neg- lect of Duty.       By Command of His Honor,   The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVT. ANDGENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 4lh, 18S0. THE LIBUTINANTGOVERNOR feels it neeefTary, from Circumftances of re- cent Occurrence, to recommend and to en- join in theftror.geft Manner to the Settlers the neccffity of Regularity and Vigilance with Refpect to their Convia Servants, In a Settlement of this kind, where the Population is greatly diffufed, no Regula- tion that can be framed, no Exertion of the Magiihacy in enforcing thofe which cxifr, concerning afBgned Servants, can avail, unlefs the Settler will do his Part in en- forcing, the neceffary Reftraint which the Law ¡mpofes, and authorizes him to im pofe, upon his Convict Servant. DuringtheLlBUTRNANTGoVBRNOR's Progrefs through the Country at the Ge- neral Muller, he,hasfound In fiances where the Settlers have allowed their Servants to liye>tfa pittance from their own Dwell ¡hgsvib that the,Emj>Joyçrjcquld be little acquainted' with, or anfwerable for, their Conduct; and tne°SerVa...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 4th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVT?AND GENERAlTÜR'DERS. Government Houfe/ Hobart Town, Saturday, November 4tb¿ Ï820. hTHE frequent and open 'Violation ot. toe * Law by Drivers of Carta and Carriages lin riding f harton without Rtein» to guide their Cattle, end in drivieg upon the Feót»p»th«¿ tf ¡titi great Dinger of Paffengerar, and tho De ftrucHoiï of the Path- way s tod' Work»» ren* der» it neceffary that the particular'Attention of the Magiftrécy, and of thô«Cbiot »nd other Cdnftahleabe oirèaed to pt#vent a Continu- ance ofrthi» Praftieê/hy caufing the Penalties and Puniíhmerit» provided hy Lawtobi pot »n Force againa any Perfon Who may be fotiBdfo offending. ' ; '_ . '.'" . By the Government' and Geaèfll Order ot Date the 20th February 18to, '.* 'í%'a*clTá ia* proYidrô thai airy^ P^rfón whf>1hiH^iiv* a Ctr, Cart* or other Carriage on the Foot* path», fhall, on Conviction, ( upon tbt, V j«V of a Msgirtrate, or bafore one or moro Magif» (tratwi befubjea te a Fine of Ten Shiiliag»»'if fach Driver be not the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

On Tuesday last, His Honor the Lieutenant Governor left town, to hold the Musters at   the Settlement of Port Dalrymple.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, 19th September, 18[?]0. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVT. AND'GBNERÄL ORDERS. Government House, Sydney, 19th September, 1830; i Civil Department. /"VERVAIN Circumstances, touching the ~ recent Conduct and Management of the' Commissariat Department in. this Colony, hav- ing rendered it necessary that a minute In- vestigation and Enquiry should take Placei therein; and a ^Board, consisting of the Ho- norable Juàge Advocate Wylde, the' Honor- able Judge F\eld, and «/. T, Campbell, Es- quire, having accordingly entered upon and completed the said Duty, and, among otheri Things in their Report, having strongly re-j cpnimended that the Old Colonial System of making Payments by Store Receipts, instead) of Notes of Hand, from the Deputy .Commis- sary General, should be again resorted to ; and the superior Advantages of Store lir-j ceipts,, both as they regard the Public àndj the Benefit of the Service, being made mani- fest by ttye Report of the said Board, His Excellence the Governor* is pleased to order and direct, that from and after Mond...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

COMMISSARIAT OPFICI, HOBART TOWN, September 23d, 1820. LIST Of Perfonsto fupply Meat for (beUfe of His Mtjefly'a Magazine» in Van Die men's Land for the Quarter ending 28th Dec» AT HOBAUT TOWN.-NOV* »7-Mr. R. Gavin 2500, *Y. Kearney 800, W. Davi» 1000. A. F* Kemp, Efq; 4000* G.'Oafcley 700. «4-» Mr. Roberts 5000, Jofeph Wright 2000, Mr. Fitzgerald 1000, William Prefnell 1000, T. Clarke 500, 30-Mr.D. Lßrd 3ooo,Mr. J. Lord 4000, William Williams 1000, James Ballanee Soo* Mr. B. Walford & Son 800. Dec; 7«-W» & fi. Rayner 3000, J. B. Cullen ¿obb/Mr. Jomott 2500,~William Garth, coo, Rich. Morgan, fen. 1500« 14-T. W. Birch, Efq. 7000. Mr; B. Jones 1000, John. Whalley 300, Jame»1 William» tooo» 21-James Gor- don» Efq. 5000, Daniel Stanfield, fen. 3000, Eliza Eddington co5,~Márg»ret Connolly 500J Charle« ' WilliamV.*coo.» *W-^Mr'f ''ty. T.i Stocbr:.3'oóo,,t ''Mrs.'" Stocker 8ooj, Mi"« Bowen''''500,;Mr. :^or>î^3ooo, Mr, CrolFt 1006Í Jorin Welíh*éoó,' ínomaa Fowléákoo» ; A*...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, NOVEMBER 6th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 11 November 1820

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, NOVEMBER 6th, 1820. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to direct that the following State-   ment of the Police Fund of Van Diemens Land for the Quarter ending 30th of June, 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 DIEMEN'S LAND, in Account Current with EDWARD FOORD       DR. BROMLEY. Esq. Treasurer, for the Quarter ending June 30th, 1820. £ s. d.   To paid G. W. Gunning Esq. for Hay supplied Government . 35 0 0 Ditto for ditto . . . . . 3 10 0 Ditto for Rent of a House occupied by Deputy Judge Advocate 1815 14 14 0 Charles Connally, Rent of Court House, to 31st March . 19 10 0 Captain Chase, Lodging Money, to ditto . . . 8 5 0 Mr. John Petchey, for Fire Wood supplied His Majesty's Gaol 19...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 1820

From the last-received Sydney Gazettes we copy the following : The ' Commissioner of Enquiry returned to Town from Parramatta on the 26th Sept. and left it again on the 6th Oct. for Bathurst ; from whence it is his intention to proceed through the Country that has' been lately tracked by Mr. Throsby, and by which a circuitous route from Bathurst to the Cow Pastures has been accomplished. It is the intention of His Ex- cellency Governor Macquarie to meet the Commissioner at some distance beyond the new Settlement of Mr. Throsby. On Thursday last, (October 5th) arrived from China, from whence she sailed the lath August, the three-masted schooner Magnet, Captain Vine» v Her cargo is one of the most; valuable of the kind ever imported; consist- ing of 2358 chests, half chests, and boxes of hyson skin, congo, souchong, and imperial teas ; 1129 bags and boxes of sugar ; and 51 cases of lacquered^ware, silks, and other merchandize. , By account! received from England hythe1 (hip Surry, wa ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 1820

Provoft MaríhaPs Office, Nov. i8th, 1820,' Loane v. Bingham. * M'Ddnild v. Same. Lojne v. Same. \ I WILL Caufe, to be Put up and Sold bjfvAb 1 lie Auction, on the P remifes ojf.Difendant at Pitt Water, on Friday next, the 14th In ft. it 2 o'Clock, by Virtue of Write of Fieri Faciif, iflfued from the Lieùtenantijkvernor'a' Court, 1 good DweÍlí«g-houíe¿ fituate as above de» fcribed, 6 Working Bullock», 4 Yokes* sod Bows and Chains," 2 Cows, a Plough, a Pair of Harrows, fpme Hooíhotd Furniture, and 3fr Acres of Growing Wheat, the- Property of tho Defendant, uniefs the Executions thereon be foooer fettled« - . J. BEAMONT. Provoft Marfhaf, CLAIMS AND DLMANDS. CAPTAIN CARNS, of the Ship Cale- donia, intending to leave this . Port fhortly, requefts Claims to be prefented accordingly. , , I \ Mr, ON PON E, Firft Officer of the Ship. Caledonia, leaving the Colony in (aid Vei- tch requefts all Claims to be prefented. I \ Mr. JOHNSON, Second Officer of the Ship'Caledonia, leaving the Colony in...

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British Extracts down to the end of May. THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 1820

British Extracts down to the end of May. THE CORONATION. The approaching Coronation, to take place in August;, will perhaps afford the most splen- did spectacle which any man, living amongst the people of England, has ever witnessed. It is understood, amongst the nobility and gentry, that every gentleman should be pre- sent either as an actor or spectator of the scene ; and that each shall appear, in equi- page and circumstance, according to his re- spective degree. Every peer and peeress in England are required to order new robes for {he occasion, the expence of which, itis calcu- lated, will not be much short of¿500 for each individual. All the materials employed, ex- cept the furs and the lace, are to be of British manufacture; and, for the purpose of encour- aging trade, are to be made up after a parti- cular fashion, the model of which will be issued jïom the Lord Chamberlain's Office. The prices given to secure views surpass those of former occasions.«- It has already been sta...

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