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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate.—Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate.—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A.   SHIP NEWS.—Last night arrived from England the ship Caledonia, Capt. Carns. She left Portsmouth the 10th July ; touched no where on her passage; and brings 150 male prisoners,       all in good health, except four, who have been removed to the General Hospital.—       Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Jack, R. N. —Officer of the Guard, Major Wheatstone,   of the 53d Regiment, and family.   The ship Guildford will sail shortly for Batavia, and not for Port Jackson, as     was intended. The brig Sophia will sail early next week for a sealing voyage.         Remain in the harbour with the above   vessels, the brig Sophia, and the schooner   Victorine.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 1820

The Queen's Crown, which is now in the Regalia Office in the Tower, and which was made for James the Second's Consort, cost 111,900l. [=£111,900], Its weight is 19 ounces only, exclusively of the velvet. Very little, if any,                 of the gold can be seen, it is so profusely co- vered with jewels. Our readers will imagine, this, when they find, that although its diame- ter at the rim is only five inches, and its entire   height, to the top of the cross, only 7 inches,, it contains 605 diamonds, and nearly 180 pearls.   The longest law-suit ever heard of in Eng-   land, or perhaps in the world, was between the , heirs of Sir T. Talbot (Viscount Lisle, on the, one part, and the heirs of Lord Berkeley on the other), respecting certain possessions not far from Wotton-under-Edge, in the county of Gloucester. The suit was commenced at the ...

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

By the arrival of the Caledonia we are in formed, that the ships Caroline and Skelton, the latter with 40 or 50 passengers, had both sailed from England for this port previous to her departure; their arrival may consequent ly be looked for here daily. The Midas was about to sail when she left; but we have not heard whether the Brilliant had sailed. The Admiral Cockburn, from this place and Port   Jackson, had safely arrived at Gravesend on the 23d June. William Dennett, a baker, in Bridge-street, was brought before the Superintendant of Po— lice on the 9th inst. on a charge of retailing 44 loaves 591/2 ounces deficient in weight. The worthy Magistrate reprobated, in terms of be— coming severity, the practice of selling bread short of weight; but, considering it to be Den—   nett's first offence of that nature, he thought proper not to enforce the full penalty of 5s. per ounce, according to statute, and therefore   ordered him to pay only the mi...

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

POST OFFICE.-A Letter Bag is now open for the Reception of. Letters for England and India per the Ship Guildford, which will sail from this Fort earfy next week for Batavia« JAMES MITCHELL, : - _ Deputy Poft Mailer. NOTICE.-Any Person desirous of ascer- taining if they have any strayed Stock in my Herd or Flock, are hereby informed that they may inspect the same every Day till the 30th Instant, when I intend to remove them     from the Eastern Marshes to New Pasturages. B. REARDON.     FOUND, near the Government Mill, a small Silver Watch in a piece of old Silk Handkerchief,   without a Glass. - Any Person having lost the same, by giving a Description of it,   and paying the Expenses of this Advertisement, may have it on Application to the Printer. T^/f R. FISGUISON informs «ho Inhabitants, 4Y* tbtt be his now for Sale, by Retail, Coal Rim Bauer, it 4s, p?r lb* T , SAJ.ES BY AUCTION. I BY III. raraTT, i At...

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COURT OF CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 1820

COURT OF CLAIMS. On Thursday the Court was again held, for the purpose of receiving petitions from the Claimants to render services at the Coronation. Amongst the Commissioners were the Duke     of York, the Duke of Clarence, Lord Amherst,   Lord Arden, &c. &c. &c. CLAIMS or THE CITY or LONDON. - The Common Sergeant, attended by the Remem- brancer of the City of London, prefented a Pe- ition, stating the claim of the Lord Mayor to   serve the King after dinner with wine, from a   golden cup, and to have the cup at his depar- ture for his fee and reward. This claim was founded upon that of the Chief Magistrate's predecessors, who had exercised it from a time whereof the memory of man was not to the contrary, and it was demanded for George Bridges, Esq, the present Lord Mayor. A   claim was annexed for divers others of the Ci- izens of London, to serve in the office of But- lers, and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 November 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 Oficial Signature, are to be confirmed as Official Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate.                     (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOUR)H.E.ROBINSON, Secretary.     COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, HOBART TOWN. September 23d 1820 1810. LIST of Persons to supply Meat for the Use of His Majesty's Magazines in Van Die-   men's Land for the Quarter ending 28th Dec, AT HOBART TOWN.-Nov 24-Mr. Roberts 5000, Jofeph Wright 2000, Mr. Fitzgerald 1000, Willum Presnell 1000, T Clarke 500, 30-Mr. D. Lord 3ooo,Mr. J. Lord 4000. William Williams 1000, James   Ballabee 8oo* Mr. B. Walford & Son 800 Dec. 7-W. & E Rayne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

Hü Ho* o it the LIIUTKNIKT GOVERNOR has thought proper to di reft, that all Public Commua icat ions \vhicli;mf»yLvu>()earin4h^ , HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RBPa>RTER,iigned with any OfficmlSt|^Vure,Vr^ to' be confiiMröd a» Official . Gortmunications made to thotePerfons to whom they m»y relate. . ' ' ,V. ./ \' r.^ r*> i. . . *:, L--.-L'«.« * ,C«AMà#jtatlf ; «4* . til, y uiri »v .»»»-<? -J "'V (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONÓ*) jft;E» ROJ$!NSOW¿ S&tögry;

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

THE Public is hereby cautioned not to fell or take away Timber, or otherwise trespass on the Land belonging to Mr. ABBOTT, situate beyond the Bridge at New Town, on both Sides of the Road, and extending as far as Cherry Tree Hill; as the Limits of the said Land have been recently measured and mar- ked by the Deputy Surveyor General.-No Excuse will be admitted by the Proprietor after this Notice: Jphn Cotton and Richard Roberts   are authorised to impound all Stock trespassing   without Permission. Hobat Town, November 7th, 1820.   A''HE Commsnder ot the Ung Haldane hereby cautions iba Inhabitants again ft giving Credit to the Crew of tho fsid Veflel ; as he will not be refpoofiblo for any Debts by them contracted.'_' <0 be LET or SOLD, tbat valuable two« (lory Brick Houfe, fit Gate in Liverpool ftrcet, tho Properly of RICHARD HAZA a D» It contains y large well-finiilied Rooms; and will be either Sold or Let upon very liberal. Termt.-...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Launceston, Port Dalrymple, November 18th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Launceston, Port Dalrymple, November 18th, 1820, MR. WILLIAM BROWN is appointed a Superintendant of Convicts upon the   Establishment of Port Dalrymple, and to be stationed at George Town. Mr. THOMAS MASSEY is appointed a     Superintendant upon the same Estab-   lishment, to be stationed at Launceston.   Both these Appointments from the 25th   Instant, subject to the Approbation of HIS       EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF.         By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

COMMENCING on Monday next,     the Evening Bell will Ring at   Nine o'Clock, till further Orders. By Command of His Honor,   H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.  

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CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

    CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. Captain CARNS, of the Ship Caledonia,     intending to leave this Port shortly,   requests claims to be presented accordingly.   Captain ORAM, of the Brig Haldane,   intending to leave the Colony, requests all   Claims to be presented.       Mr. BYRNE, First Officer of the Ship   Caledonia, leaving the Colony in said Vessel, requests all Claims to be presented.     Mr. JOHNSON, Second Officer of the Ship Caledonia, leaving the Colony in said Vessel, requesta all Claims to be presented.   Doctor JACK, R. N. Surgeon Superintendant of the Ship Caledonia, leaving the Colony   in said vessel, requests all Claims to be presented.             Mr. EDMUND CLIFFE, First Officer of the Brig Haldane, leaving the Colony, requests all Claims t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. TV TAJOR WHSATSTON», of the 53d Regi i-VX raaot, and FAMILY,« who came from England per. the Caledonia, Leaving the colony in fe id Ship, rcqüeft claims to be prefented, 1 Captain BARNARD» of the Bris Campbell Macquarie, intending to leave tho colony, re« quefls all c1 a ima to be prefented. 1 Mr. CLARK«, Supercsigo of the Brig CampbellMacquarie, leaving the «olony, re-» quefts all claims to be prelented. t Mr. EDWARD POWELL, Firft Officer of tho Brig Campbell Macquarie, leaving the colony« reqúefts'all claims to be prefented. 1 Mr¿ WILLIAM TRNNOCK, Second Officer of the Brig Campbell Macquarie, leaving ina colony, requefis all claims lo be prefented, 1 \/|AjOR WnsiaTiToita hereby Ceatione ¿VI tho Inhsbitante againft giving Credit to any of th^ Privates of the Detachments of the 48th and 53d Regiments who lately arrived per the Caledonia,* as ho will not be refponfiblo for soy Pebtajgontracted by thom. CAPTAIN BARNARD, of the Brig Campbell s Macquarie, hereby Cau...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

On Sunday evening, the 19th instant, His Honor the Lieutenant Governor returned to town from Port Dalrymple. The prisoners arrived per Caledonia were landed on Thursday ; thirty at Kangaroo   Point, where they were inspected by the Lieutenant Governor, prior to their proceeding to Port Dalrymple :-the remainder after- wards here, where they were in like manner inspected ; after which they were assigned to their several employments. " The prisoners per Caledonia arrived, with the exception of five, chiefly scorbutic cases, generally healthy ; and they were landed in in a clean and orderly state. We understand that the prisoners who have been sent to Port Dalrymple from the Cale- donia, are to be employed in improving the road between Launceston and Norfolk Plains, the principal corn district of that Settlement. The light rains and moist weather have been   very beneficial to the late wheats, which were generally languishing for want of rain. The &nbs...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate.—Thomas Bell, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate. - Thomas Bell, Esquire. SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday last arrived from Calcutta,   the brig Haldane, Captain   Orman, with merchandize.   Yesterday arrived from Port Jackson in 7 days, the brig Campbell Macquarie, Captain Barnard, with merchandize. - Passengers, Mr. Clarke, Supercargo, and Mr. Child. This day sailed for the Straits, the brig   Sophia, Mr. Read, master. Remain in the harbour the ships Guildford and Caledonia; the brigs Haldane,     and Campbell Macquarie; and the schooner   Victorine.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Nov. 25th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Nov. 25th, 1820. THE License for Occupation of Grazing   Grounds for the YEar commencing September   29, 1820, will be delivered at this Office   on Saturday, December 9th. Such Persons as have made Application for Renewals or new Occupations, are expected to attend, or some Person for them, on that Day;   and all such as Neglect to do so, or who Neglect sending in their old Licenses (with the Application for Renewal, if required) in Time to allow others to be prepared, will be considered as giving up their Claim to a preference, and the Grazing Runs appropriated to other   Applicants.               Settlers improving Wool on an extensive           Scale, are requested to take this Opportunity of pointing out any Facilities which the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

CAUTION. - ln Consequence of the numerous Persons who still continue tres-       passing upon the Lands of E. F. BROMLEY,       Esq. by cutting down and carrying away (in Carts); Timber therefrom; Notice is hereby   given, that there is now proper Persons placed   on the same Farms who have received positive Directions to inform the Proprietor of all Persons who may in future be found to tres- passing on either of the said Grounds, so that they may be sued for all Damage accruing from all such Trespass. - All Persons therefore whom this may concern, are requested to ob- serve, that this Notice is not a mere formal one, but that it will be enforced with the utmost Rigour of the Law, For general Information the said Farms are here-under particularized; that is to say;   The Estate on the left side of the High Road   from Hobart Town, known by the Name of Stanley's Farm,   The Estate on the said side of the Road,   &a...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN[?] November 25th, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 November 1820

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,   Novembet 25th, 1820.       A COMMITTEE being appointed to assemble,   in Pursuance of Instructions from HIS   EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, for             the Purpose of investigating the Services for which the Bills or Store Receipts, now outstand- ing and unliquidated, had been issued by Mr. P. G. HOGAN, late Deputy Assistant Commissary General, in Charge of this Station; all Persons   having Claims on that Account are desired to state them to tho Committee at its first Sitting, which is fixed for Wednesday, the     29th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, at the Office of the Deputy Judge Advocate.    

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, December 2d, 1820. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 December 1820

GOVT. AND GENERAL: ORDERS-i Government tjojjíe, Hobart Tbwn¿ December 2d, 4820. \ THE Services of the Superintendant} of G6 ;iv«r»ment Stock in this Seulement« and that of Port Dalrymple, raipeclively, having -cetfed in Coafecjuence of the Redu&ion and Confolidíúoo «fine Crown Hard»; His Ho- lloa the LÍKUTÍMANT GOVRRMOR is pleeieri to 'appoint Mr« THOMAS SCOTT Sa perin ten. ,dmt of the Govern ra cn t Herds, ia Van Die« man's Lsnd. . -Thîç Appointment to tike Pisca from .'thsä -1 ft loft io», fubjedto the Approbation of His £JCCILLINCY the GOVERNOR IO CHU*« .. Mr, JOSEPH CHILD; Ϋ tppointed e Super intendant opon^he Eftebliíhment at "thU Sei» ile ment« from the 25th' November, fubjeft slfo to the Approbation of His EXCRLLINCY. ' 'WILLIAM MOORI is appointed a Diftrift .ConrUblo, and Keeper of Government Hat, Jericho, from iii Ioftaut. By Commsnd of His Honor , The Lieutenant Governor, . H.E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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

Hu Ho Not, the LitucawAHT GOVIRNO* has thought -proper to direQ* that all Public Communications which mny appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE» and SOUTHERN REPORTER¿ fignedwith any.Official Signature, are to be confidired as Official . Communicationi made to thofePerions to whom they may relate« ' . (Bv COMMAND OP Hi$ HONOR) H. E.'ROB IN SOW, Secretary'«

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

MR. CLARK has on SALE, at his Residence, adjoining Mr. Ransom's, at the Foot of the Bridge in Murray-street, the following Ar- ticles; viz.—Tea, sugar, iron, broad cloth, black silk handkerchiefs, Bandanna ditto, black and coloured silk, crepe shawls and scarfs, furni-     ture chintz, Queen's stuff, kersaymore shawls, cambric muslin, tortoiseshell combs, cotton counterpanes, blankets, flannel, black bomba-   zest, twilled cotton, leno, slops; &c. &c.

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