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INSURRECTION IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 October 1832

INSURRECTION IN PARIS.   Paris has again been the scene of bloodshed     and tumult. On the 5th of June, Tuesday, the funeral of General Lamarque, one of the veterans of Napoleon's army, was attended by immense multitudes, one account says to the amount of 150,000 persons. At 5 o'clock on their return from the funeral, when opposite the Place de la Bastille, a great crowd was following a coach in which General Lafayette had been placed, and which was drawn by the populace. This crowd, the ac- count states, was suddenly charged by a party of cavalry, who began by firing pistols, and afterwards using their sabres. A universal cry of "aux armes'' was immediately raised by   the people, and arming themselves with every thing they could lay hands on they fell upon the mounted soldiers, whom they very soon routed, wounding a great number. The whole of the populace who took part in the affray proceeded in a state of the highest exaspera- ...

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The Courier. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

Cije Courier. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1832. Ai the spring-advances the usual murmurs and complaints which periodically flow in up- on us at this season, respecting the operation of our impounding law, become louder and louder. Great good, no one can deny, as the act taken in the whole, has effected in the co- lony, there are yet many parts of it, which either the change of circumstances that has taken place in the island since iijtras passed, or the impossibility that existed at the time for the frárners of it to foresee 'or prot ide against them, render most necessary for the general peace and advantage that they should be re- vised and altered. It is not of course our. pur- pose in our present brief remark to go seria- tim through the sections in order to point out these inaccuracies and inconsistencies. We would on the contrary invite every member of our council, and eery intelligent agricultural settler carefully to peruse and examine every portion of it before the next assembling of...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

TO THE EDITOR OF- THE COURIER, '" ' Sin,-With reference to your report of the case, Melville v. Bent, I must give credit to your able reporter for the happy tact which he has evinced theieiu^ Nevertheless, I cannot C , allow so partial at report to pass unnoticed. Mr. Melville purchased of me the whole of my ' types and presses, together with hook binders' , tools and presses, for 9001., with liberal ac- commodation for more than one-half-of the purchase money. The numerous articles were,sold at very moderate prices, and might - i hay«; beeu since disposed of for a much larger »m sum.,,,The value of the copyright of the Co -:? Ionia! Times,¡with all the other advantages of the establishment, were not included in the 9001., but absolutely'given, 'as it were, gratuitously.""! now" merely"mentiön-'^iese plain facts1, to remove the insinuations in your » - report^ -that some-undue means were practised to induce Mr. Melville to purchase the Colo .v1 nial Times'establishment. * I never di...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS, FOR 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be received at the Comniicsarht Offices at Ho- bart town and Lauui eaton, until 12 o'clock on Munday the 191b day of November next, for furnish ing the undermentioned supplies and transputt fur twelve months commencing on the 1st January, 1863. HOBART TOWN. FRESH in EAT, per lb. HisMnjestv's troopsMiips ot War Transports and Government Vessel*, Colonial Hospital, Female House of Correction, King's Orphan beliools, Gaol, Prisoners b irraoks, Prisoners and others out of bar lack»,-Live sheep (the weight to he asceria'med by killing t <ir 2 from the number selected by the Com missary, if the average caiuioi be otherwise agreed upon, BREAD, per lb. Mado from »beaten flour from which 20 per cent. Uran liai been extraoted.-His Majesty's troops, Ships of War Transports, and Government vessel«, Female Orphan Sehuol. Bread per Ib.-From ditto, from which 12 per cent, bran has been extraoted, Gaol, Female Ho...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

A Respectable young Female, lately arrived in the Colony, and having a knowledge of the Dress-Making and Millinery business, is dev- ious of foi ming a connexion with a person in the same line of business ;-or she would have no objection to take the situation of Nuisery Gover- ness in t a respectable family, to «Iiieli she has been accustomed in Lor don. A note addressed to YZ Courier office will be attended to. WANTliD.-'-A situation as ovetseer, 'bv a young man lately arrived in the Colony, who previously rented scvcial large «razing farms at home. Salai y not so uni eli the object of the advertiser, as a wish to become acquainted with colonial matt el 8. ' - OOLBAGGINO.-Just landed fiom the Minerva, six bales of 42 inch v»oolbag- ging, two bales of wool bags, molíales of corn Hacks, und one case of llorac and plough hat ness. Apply to JOHN KERR ¿c Co., Liveipool stiect. J STONEHAM'. Cabinct-Makcr, Upholsterer . and Undertaker, beg* ivtpectfii'ly toj ic tiirn his most s.ncerc than...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

n., CONCERT. MR. DEANE and MRS. DAVIS beg leave respectfully to inform the public of Ho- bart town, that they will give a Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Music, at the Court house, on Tuesday evening the 30th init. the particulars of which will be duly announced. Hobart town, Oct. l8,1832. ACOOKk , . WANTED, one who understands his business well in au its branches, and who can give respectable testimonials as to conduct. Most liberal wages will be given. Apply at the Macquarie hotel* BUTLER WANTED. ' ?¥¥7"ANTED in a respectable family, a Butler T fi < »ho is perfectly acquainted with bis busi- ness. None need apply who cannot be well re» commended for sobriety and honesty ; for referenoe apply to the Printer. Hobart town, Oot. l8, 1832. READY MQNEY. ANY person having about 500 prime young Ewes to dispose of, * a great bargain,' may hear of a cash purchaser, by applying to R. H. T. Courier office. Also upon same terms, Two or three pairs of excellent working Bul- locks. ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

it I TRADE AND SHIPPING. )f -- g Arrived "on Sunday the 21st inst, the »hip Brothers, 857 tons, Capt. Robert Tojyns,, from'Sydney 14th inst., with a general cirgp of goods and 14 horses. Passengers-Mr, Charlton, Mrs. Agnes andj3 children. Arrived on Wednesday the Sith inst. the cutter Alexander.'M'Leay, 40 tons, N. Hellet, master, from Sydney 21st Sept. having touched at Shoalhaven. , , " The Mountaineer, Capt. Thomson, the Sa- rah, Capt. Smith, and the Minerva, Capt; Ro- bertson, havesailedibr Sydney. ti '' Sailed on Wednesday, the brig Bolina, Capt. Murdoch, with goods for Launceston and Syd- ney. ^ < , " '"The Lindsays, Capt.Xbvëftrandïhe L¡ang, Capt. Muddle, are nearly ready to j set out on their intended whaling cruise. ' The Alexander M'Leay has brought down 459 bushels of barley, and 107 pieces of cedar. Vessels in'the Derwent,' 26th Oct. 1832': Ships-Lindsays, Lang, Brothers, Katherine Stewart Forbes; Barks--William, Princess Royal, Henry, Swan River Packet ; Brig...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

The minute of Go- ernor Bourke to the Le-j I -gislativc'Council at Sydney, explanatory of, ( lite several heads of expenditure and of ways and means as estimated for the year 1833, has appeared in the Sydney Gazette. It is very explicit. A cht.n^e in the mode of disposing' of the Ctown lands bad so far reduced the cor- respondence about them that S clerks were ' dispensed with-^a email reduction was also ef- fected in the Survey department, although it must long be a heavy expense to the colony, owing especially to the great and immediate labour of stirveving the Crown lands as the Gules were effected. The minute disc'oses " also the impc.tant fact to us that the «rrcatand munificent sums devoted to the construction «nd repair of Toads and bridges had been de- frayed by the British treasury, and although tile expense of tools and supcrinlcndencc of the workmen is now directed to be horne by flic colony, the stupendous works in roads that had, n'l along before been constructed, are d...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 October 1832

GOVERNMENT NOTICE^No. 269.-Colo   nial Secretary's Office, Oct. 25; 1852.       A Committee appointed to ascertain the state of the Colonial Chest, having, reported to the Lieutenant Governor, that the Treasurer has absented himself, His Excellency has been plea-     sed to appoint M. Forster, Esq., Chief Police Magistrate, Geo. Yeoland, Esq Acting Audi - tor of Civil Accounts, and H. C. Darling, Esq., D.A-C General of Accounts.; a Committee, to perform the duties ofTreasurer, and to make payments and grant receipts until further orders.   By command of   The Lieutenant Governor, -,     J. BURNETT. t         -COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. I Hobart town, Oct. 24, I832Í REQUIRED for the public service the under- mentioned at tides, viz : > - CONVICT ESTABLISHMENT. \ Letter books' demy size 12, foolscap do 12, - ...

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TABLE OF RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

-«wv» f TABLE OF RATES. Ag-e liSevcn yrs. (1 For the TI at an 1U .hole Life next Foronc Annual at an bit th d,iy >ean Payment Annual II oi* II '.lVmnt of L. h. ù. I L. b. d. | L lb. d. 14 0 17 9 1 1 5 1 17 7 <15 0 17 ]M 1 2 11 1 l8 7 lo 0 10 2 I 4 7 1 19 S 17 1 1 2 1 6 1 2 0 8 IS 1 3 3 1 7 5 2 1 S li) 1 5 0 1 S G 2 2 S 20 1 7 ,3 1 9 5 2 3 7 21 1 8 10 1 10 1 2 4 G 22 1 9 3 1 10 6 2 5 0 23 1 9 8 1 11 0 2 G G 24 1 10 2 1 11 G 2 7 I 25 1 10 7 , 1 12 1 2 8 1 2B 1 11 1 1 12 7 2 9 1 ' 27 1 11 7 1 13 2 S 10 1 23 I 12 1 1 13 9 2 11 1 29 1 12 8 1 14 4 2 12 G 30 1 13 3 ] 14 11 2 13 G 31 1 13 9 1 15 7 2 14 7 32 1 14 4 1 16 3 2 16 O 33 1 15 0 1 IG IO 2 17 1 31 1 15 8 1 17 8 2 l8 G 35 1 IG 4 1 l8 10 3 0 0 35 1 17 0 1 19 7 3 1 G 37 I 17 9 2 0 S 3 3 0 38 1 l8 G 2 I 9 3 4 6 39 , 1 19 3 2 2 11 S G 3 40 2 0 8 2 4 1 3 8 0 . 41 2 2 1 0 2 ,.r 4 3 10 0 . 42 2 3 6 2 G G 3 12 0 , 43 2 4 6 2 7 9 3 14 0 ? 4« 2 5 G 2 9 2 3 IG 0 45 2 G 8 2 1C 10 3 l8 0 4S 2 7 IO 2 li G 4 0 6 47 2 9 0 S » 1C 1 4 4 ...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

TRADE AND SHIPPING. There has been no arrival af shipping dur- ing the week. The ship Brothers, Capt. Towns, sailed for Sydney on Wednesday, with part of her ori- ginal cargo and tea-Passengers Capt. Jacob , of the Bombay Artillery, and Mr. Goggs. . The Henry, Capt. Sunney, is expected to sail for London oirSunday, with a full cargo of colonial produce, consisting of IOS casks ' oil, 251 bundles whalebone and 15 boxes gum kiuo shipped by Mr. M'Lachlan ; 174 casks oil and 140 bundles whalebone by Mr. Mere- dith ; 101 bales wool Mr. Hopkins ; 2 do Mr. Hunt; SO tons bark Mr. Cotton ; 40 do Mr. T. Watson ; 2 casks hides Mr. Morrison, 1 barrel skins and 4 logs beefwood Mr. Hep- burn ; 33 bundl.es whalebpne Mr. B and, Pas , sengcrs Mr, Hunt, Mr. Watson, Mr. ' M'La- uren, The Lang, Capt. Muddle, is expected to sail on Sunday, on a whaling voyage. Capt. Moriarty has, we observe, made a small addition to" the signals at Mulgrave bat- tery. The yellow flag being hoisted at the . top of the st...

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The Courier. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1832. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

Cfje Courier. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1832. We refrained in our last from touching1 on the treasury affair beyond the insertion of ths Government notice announcing' the absence of the treasurer and the appointment of Cap- tain Forster, Mr. Yeoland and Mr. Dar- ling, to act as a committee in his stead until further orders. We were unwilling- prema- turely, amidst the conflicting reports that pre- vailed at the moment to hazard any comments on so painful a ?subject, ittrt'thtitne and investi- gation had informed us of its real bearings. ' It now appears not only that Mr. Thomas ram w->,¿, tinjiea to absent himself, but that a defalcation to ''. to the amount of About 8O0O1. existsin jfhe colo- nial chest. To say that wedonot lament,deeply lament this circumstance, would be to belie our feelings-we lament it on account of Mrs, Thomas, a lady of most exemplary and most amiable virtues, we lament it on account o' her numerous and most creditable family, ant] of their very respectable and d...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

The Reverend Mr. Bedford on Sunday af- ternoon, in the course of a very impressive discourse, took occasion lo comment, on the proverbial increase of intelligence that charac- terises the present agc. He lamented, he said, that in tuo many'instances it had missed its direction, and by teaching men to think too highly of themselves had induced them to un dcrualue or neglect the genuine duties of religion. Now, as it is but seldom that we in- dulge in any critical remarks on the discourses of our Hobart town preachers, wc shall we trust, be the more readily forgiven if we say a few words on this occasion. No one can la- ment more than we, that the duties of religion are neglected, butwc cannot coincide with the reverend preacher that the march of intellect, as it is termed, has had any share in adding to that neglect. On the contrary wc conceive that the more intelligence is disseminated among mankind, the more disposed will their minds be to receive and be actuated by the sublime tru...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS, FOR 1S33. NOTICE is hereby given, that Teuders will be . uoeived at the Commissariat Offices at Ho- bart town ntul Launceston, until 12 o'clock on Monday the lUlh day of November next, forfurnish ing the tindeimentioned anpplies and Iransport for twdlve months commencing on the 1st January, 183». HOBART TOWN. i'iiiísH M BAT, per lb. His Majesty's troops Lips of War Transports and Government Vessels, Colonial Hospital, Female Hou.-io of Correction, King's Orphan Schools, Gaol, Prisoners barracks, Prisoners aod others out of^ bar rucks,-Live sheep (the weight to be ascertained by killing t «r 2 from the number selected by the Com- missary, if theaveragecanuut be otüenvue agreed upon. BREAD, per lb. Made from «heaton flour from which 20 percent. tiran has been extracted.-His Majesty's troops, Ships of War Transports, and Government vessels, Female Orphan School» Bread per lb.-From dilto, from «vhich 12 per cent, bran has been extracted, Gaol, Female House of Cor...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 273.--Colo-   nial Secretary's Office, Oct. 31,1832.   His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Alfred William Horne,   Esq., J. P., to be Police Magistrate, as also   Coroner at Circular Head, until the pleasure of the Secretary of State shall be known. By command of The Lieutenant-Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 274-Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. SI, 188*._ Hit Excellency the Lieutenant Governor bas been, pleased to appoint Jame» Cobbiston Suth land, Esq., J. P., a Coroner for the Island «f ".Van-Diemen's land and its dependencies. By His Excellency's command, ,_ J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE,No.275,?olonial Secietary's Office, Oct.«», 1832. His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Richard Lane, Esq., "Captain 63rd regt., his Piivate Secretary, vice Thomas Bannister, Esq., who has requested per- mission to resign. By His Excellency's Comman...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

?CETANTED 3 or 4 pair of good sawyers, to b H ~ employed down ilie river. Apply to Mr JotinsôrT, Verandah Wine Van Its, Elizabeth street. WANTED to rent or take on the halves, 400 sbeep, at so much per 100, on an excellent well watered ruu ol' 10 acres of land, apply to Air F.'Flexmore, junr, Green ponds,or to Air. '1 bomas Field« Black mai sit. WANTED.-A working overseer and his wife - The man, who will be placed in charge of a very expensive stock establishment, at the Eastern Marshes, must be practically ac- quainted with agriculture and the proper manage- ment of live stock - and his wife must be qualified to manage a dairy. Apply to Mr. D Stanfield, Clarence Plains, or Mr, Kimberley, Hobart town, Oct. 30, 1832.   WANTED.-À situation as overseer, by a yoting man lately arrived in the Colony, who previously rented several laige grazing farms at home. Salary uot so much the object ot the advertiser, as a wish to become acquainted with colonial mattet s. LOST.-About a ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 November 1832

WANTED a young lad as on apprentice, of moral and industrious habits. Apply to Mr. Jas. Presnell, Shoemaker, Elizabeth street. WANTED, as Warehouseman and Porter, a steady, active, industrious, obliging, con- fidential, middle-aged man, who has been accus- tomed to pack and weigh merchandize, give ic eeipts and deliver good», quick to perform what- ever may be tequired of bim, and alive to his mas- ter's interest. To such a man, with a goori character tho salary will be liberal. Apply to T. Y. LO W ES. A COOK, WANTED, one who undeiatandshis business well in all its branches, and who can give respectable testimonials as to conduct Most liberal wages will be given. Apply at the Macquarie hotel. BUTLER WANTED. . WANTED in a respectable family, a Butler who is perfectly acquainted with his busi- ness. None need apply who cannot be well re- commended for sobriety aud honesty j for reference apply to the Printer. Hobart town, Oof. l8, 1832. TASMANIAN BREWERY. MR. COOMBS begs to intoim tho...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

WANTS * «ilualion u Cook or Waiter in a gcnileniBn's family. Letters addressed te- ' RB, to be left at the office of this paper will meet with ¡niMedUte attention. WANTED, in a respectable family> Hobart town, a free young person as needle woman.-Apply at this office. v BUTLER WANTED. WANTED in a respectable family, a Butler J who, is perfectly acquainted with bis bali* neu. None need apply wbo cannot b* well re- commended for sobriety and honesty; for rafireooa apply to the Printer. Hobart town, Oot. l8, 1832. JOHN WISEMAN, Saddler, and Harness-Maker. BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Hobart town and its vicinity, that be has commen- ced business in the shop adjoining Mr. Baynton, butcher, foot of Collins street. New Marketplace; and from his long experience ia the above line at home, hopes be will be able to give every satisfaction to those who may honour bira with their patronage. 1 P.S.-He has abo brought a general assort» ment of goods, with him from England, which be will d...

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TRIALS FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

TTHAfcS^Orl LIBEL. , fki On Friday the trial of Mr. Gregson, a« pro- ti .prietor of the Colonist newspaper, for a libel 01 neaiirst Mr. O'Connor, alledged to be publish« li *èd in it, came on in the Supreme Court at the li ?suit of that gentleman. -Mr. Gellibrand con- si ducted the-caee ferthe prosecution. He stated ti ¡that a committee-consisting of Col. Logan, 01 ?apt. Forster and Mr. O'Connor having bean w appointed byHisExceUencytomakesuchin-i na quiries as would enable the Government to de- ir .«ide upon the propriety «f carrying on the A public works by contract or otherwise, a para graph had appeared in the Colonist comment- ing upon the investigation tihafr was carried on inconsequence, in which Mr. O'Connor was held up to public contempt in such a way as tended to excite to a breach of the public peace, and thereupon this action was brought. "The learned counsel began by observing, that as it had not yet formed a part of the duty of tilt* military jury to try a case of libe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 November 1832

IMPOUNDED, AT the public pound at Macquarie river, district of Campbell town, by John'Fur- long, Esq , on the 22nd Oct. 1832 : 1 ewe, piece ont of front of left ear, swallow on the right, notch behind. ' 1 do, piece off the back of left ear, with a notch, top off the right, N fire biaud on the left cheek. 1 lamb no mark, 1 ewe left ear off, right slit with a hole, illegi- ble fire brand on the face. 1 ewe, two notches in the left ear with a hofe, piece off the back of right car. 1 ewe, top off both eais, slit in the right, G fire brand on the nose. 1 ewe with .a hole in the left ear. 1 wether, notch in front and back of the left ear, swallow in the right. 1 wether lamb, swallow in the right ear, with a hole, 1 ewe top off both ears, with a hole in both ears, illegible fire brand. 1 ewe, swallow in the right ear. piece off the back of the lait, J fire brand on the right cheek. 1 wether lamb, swallow in the right ear, piece off the back of the left. 1 ewe, top off the left ear, notch ...

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