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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 November 1821

LIST of Perfons who have tendered MEAT for Hil Mijafty's Store» in Van Diemen'« Lind, and from whom She under-mentioned Quantities will be received on^he Date» ftated. AT HOBART TOWN.-Nov. 16-Meflrt.i Stynes & Troy 12000. 23-E. Lor<i» Efq. 12000. 30--Mr.W. T. Stocke« 8ooo, Miilea Bowan 2000, Mr* E. Fifliar 2000. De«. 7-Mr. E» Millar 12000. 14-Mr. D. Lord 12000. 21-Edward Lord, Esq. 12000* 28 Dilfo 120CO. AT PORT DALKYMPLB.-NOV. t6-Jtmct COX,) Efq.6500. 23-Mr. R. Dry-6$oo. 30-Ditto 3500} T. Archer, Efq. 3000. Dec. 7-Ditto 6500. A» MoûDi«, A. C. G. (Approved) .' WM, SORELL. Lieut. Governor." COAL RIVER.-To be SOLD, or Exchanged for Land or Stock, a Location on tha Coal River. amounting io upwards of Three Hundred Acres.-«It >s Part of a large Grant which is interfe&ed by the High Road from Kangaroo Point to the Coal River and pitt Water ; from She remainder of which tho Tr*& now offered ¡1 frparatèd by lha Road, which förmi the Boundary.-Rftferehc...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 November 1821

Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,   Saturday, Nov. 10th, 1821. THE Evening Bell will ring at Nine o'Clock till further Orders, commencing Monday Evening, November 12th. By Command of His Honor H. E. Robinson, Secretary. FOR LONDON DIRECT. - The fast-sailing Ship, the BRIXTON, JOHN LUSK, Commander, now laying at Port Jackson, will touch at Hobart Town on or about the 25th of November for Freight or Passengers, - This Ship has most superior Accommo- dation, and will carry in experienced Surgeon. Her Stay at the Derwent is limited by the Charter Party not to exceed 7 Days. - For Terms apply to EDWARD LORD, Esq. Macquarie-street. FOR PORT JACKSON. - The remarkably fine fast-sailing Ship MARINER, Captain DOUGLASS,     will positively Sail for the above Port in Ten Days from this Date, Her Accommodation for Passengers are elegant and commodious. - For Freight or Passage apply to EDWARD LORD, Esq. Macquatie-street. FOR SYDNEY....

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 November 1821

SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. FRYEÏT, On the Premifes of E. LORD, Efq. in Macquarie ftreet, on Monday next, at 11 o'Clock precisely, A Moil famous HORSE, imported per the Ship Caroline, from Port Jackfon. & Prompt Payment in Cam will be requited, BY MR. FRYETT, At His Majefty's Bonded Stores, near Macquarie Point, on I uefday next, the 20th fnftant, at 12 o'Clock precifely, HpHREE Thoufand Gallons of RUM, lying m ??* the above Store, fubjeft to the Duty 0f 7s. 6d. per Gallon.-Prompt Payment_ JUST Importée}, and on SALE, ei-ihc Stores ot MeiTrs. Ki MP and Co. Macquarie. P.reet, prima mefs pork io birrels, Benares fogar, hyfoo and hyíon. íkin tais, wliale*line, blue beftas, calicoes, fuperfín« And fécond cloths, ftatiônery of ill kindi, quills, m< powder, mils, iron, reaping hook», hats, ihaet copper, iron potij Bengal end Werie lodi» rum, port wine, Madeira, and a variety of other articles. JUST Imponed per the Mariner, by Mr. THOMAS STQNI, and now cn S AL ft, at hu Hou...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 November 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - THOMAS BELL, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson; the schooner Victorine, Captain Risk, with a cargo of   merchandize (chiefly spirits). - Passengers, Mr. J. Duncan, and Mr. W. Alexander. On Wednesday sailed for Port Jackson also, the transport-ship Malabar, Captain Ascough, which lately brought male convicts to this place from Europe; having   onboard the Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Thompson,   R. N. and the Officer of the Guard, Ensign Gleeson,   of the 46th Regiment. - Passengers, Mr. Richard Underwood, Mrs. H Marr and Mr. R. Driver. - This vessel takes up 6,060 bushels of wheat for Government. On Thursday sailed on a whaling and sealing voyage, the ship Caroline, Captain Taylor. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold; the ships Mariner, Grace, and   Lusitania; and the brig Sophia.   POLICE OFFICE. - William Rayner, sen. a baker in Mur...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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(From Fearon's America.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 November 1821

(From Fearon's America.) His remarks commence at Pitsburg, on the Ohio,   320 miles west from Philadelphia, one of the usual ports at which emigrants from Europe arrive. Left Pitsburg for Ohio. The state in which every emigrant I saw in the Alleganies told me he designed settling. The face of the country is an uninterrupted level;   many of those Agacia of land which would be desirable for Settlement, should we turn agriculturists, are pre-   occupied, and cannot he bought without an advance, which I think disproportionate to their actual value. The agent at the land-office informed me, that there are still for sale one million acres of United States land, at 2 dollars per acre. Taxes on wild land are on first rate 2 dollars per 100   acres; 2½ on second rate; 1 on third rate. Speaking     of the tract of country on the Ohio River, near Cincinnati, "The land is closely timbered, except   near ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 November 1821

English Extracts. The issues of guineas, of which ten millions have been coined at the Royal Mint, will amount to 200,000 per week. An Academy for the teaching of Short-hand has been opened in Lisbon, for the purpose ol training up reporters of public debates, &c. A newly constructed cart, worked by two men in- stead of horses, the invention of the Rev. Dr. Cart- wright, of mechanical celebrity, made its appearance a fortnight since, at Covent Garden Market* The carland its contents weighed löcwt., and wag worked a distance of about 30 miles« Cleopatra's Needle.-This celebrated monument of antiquity has been presented lo His Majesty George the Fourth by the Pacha of Egypt, aud is expected to arrive shortly from Alexandria. It is intended to be set up in Waterloo-place, opposile Carlton Palace. The weight of the column is about 200 tons, the diameter at the pedestal 7 feet. This magnificent column was obtained through the in- fluence of S. Brigges, Esq. the British Resident a...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 November 1821

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS.   Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, November 17th, 1821. THE Barter of Spirits for Produce and La-   bour having been prohibited by a Govern-   ment and General Order of His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, bearing Date 18th August,1815; and the Opinions of the LIEU-   TENANT GOVERNOR and the Magistracy of these Settlements concurring in the Necessity of ter- minating a Practice pregnant with injurious Effets, and known to have increased of late in the Country Districts ; - His HONOR feels it his Duty at this Time to repeat the Prohibition, and to Caution all Persons selling, paying, or barter- ing Spirits, that they are alike subject to the Law, which imposes a Penalty on all such as retail Spirits without a License; and that it is the De- termination of the Magistracy to enforce the Law in every Case that may be brought before them after the 31st Day of December ensuing, the in- termediate T...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 November 1821

GOVERNMENT NOTICE: Acting Engineer's Office. Nov. 24th, 1821. WANTED, a Person -to Contract, for One Twelve   Month, to furnish the Prisoners' Barrack with     a certain Quantity of Vegetables and Potatoes. The probable Quantity required may be known by Application at this Office. T. Bell, Major, Acting Engineer.   PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, HOBART Town, In the Supreme Court. Nov. 24th, 1821. Nokes v. Hayes the Younger.     I WILL Cause to be Sold by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Thursday next, the 30th Instant, at Twelve   o'clock, at the Market Place in Hobart Town, by Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facius issued out of the Su preme Court in the above Cause, Four Pair of good steady Working Oxen, 1 large Milch Cow and her Calf, a Bull Calf, and a Cart, the Property of the above Defendant, unless the Execution thereupon be previously superseded. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court, Lord, Esq. v. Hayes the Elde...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 November 1821

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS.--Yesterday the ship Nearchus, Captain Baker, from Calcutta, with a general cargo of merchandize for South America, put into this port for wood and water. On Sunday last sailed for Port Jackson, the ship Lusitania, Captain Langdon ; and On Tuesday, the ship Grace, Capt. Lethbridge, for the same port. On Monday last, a number of highly improved cross-bred Merino Rams, which were imported per the Grace from Port Jackson, and from the flocks of J. M'Arthur, Esq. were sold by auction. They brought upon an average fully £8 each. We have received a Letter, bearing the signature W, in allusion to the extract from the New Monthly Magazine, published in our last Paper, touching the death of the Compiler of Moore's Almanack. We have before had occasion to observe, that the present very small scale of our Paper does not admit of our inserting Correspondents' Letters at length, though we desire to shew them every attention. W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 November 1821

T Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Nov. 24th, 1821. 'H E Circumftances and State of the Settlements of the Derwent, and of Port Dalrymple, having undergone eflential Change fince the Re- gulation was eftabliihed which required all Per- lons, paffing from one Settlement to the other, to have a Pafs, figned by the LIEUTBNANT GOVER- NOR or the COMMANDANT; not only by the perfeß State of Order and Tranquillity which has now for a long Period been eftabliihed in all Parts of the Country, but from the progreflîve Occupa- tion and Settlement of the Interior of the Ifland, and the confequent Approximation of the Settle- ments on the Southern and Northern Extremi- ties :-It is notified, that the Regulation, which required all Peribns pafling from one Settlement to the other to be provided with a Pafs, is abo liihed, with Rcfpecî: to Free Perfons. But all the Regulations with Refpeft to Pafles of Prifoners of the Crown remain in full Force ; and in order...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

s YDNEY ALMANACK.-Such Pcrfons rcfiding at this Settlement as wiih to be fupplieJ wiih the New South Wales Almanack for 1822, are informed, that a iufficient number of copies will be received as loon as it is publifhed, to meet thedemands that may be made lor them. [ Hobart Town Gazette Office. rrWO GUINEAS REWARD.-Waurea« the Subie of Gro. * HULL, Efq. wis felonioufly entered Uft Night, between ihfl hours of 8 and to, the padlock liken away, and among other properly, two bridles ('venrly new), \wo curry combs, d a brufh were ftolen.--Whoever will give iuch information 11 may lead to the cor.vtftion of the felon will receivs tho above rewird. Should any paffoo have any parf of ihe flolon pro« party offered ¿oihem, Jhey arc requrfted to give im m ed ¡ile in formation to the underfigned, .$ the fimo can be identified by (tvntil oerfoni-Nov. 23, 182t. C>«o. HULL. ¡I RS. HEADLAM big! Leave io inform her Frtarwis «nd j 1*A (he Public in Van Diemen's LnH, that ihcr tha ap piching Chrif...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Acting Engineer's Oj)ice% Nov. 4th, 182 {, XJU ANTED, a Person to Contract, for One Twelve * * Month, to furnish (he Prisoners' Barrack with a certain Quantity of Vegetables and Potatoes. The probable Quantity required may be knowu by Application at tins Office. _T. Bell, Major, Acting Engineer. Commissariat Ofßce% Hobart Toivn, December 1st, 1821. A OTÍNG Deputy Affinant CommiiTary Gene ** ral AKCHER having, at his own particular Requeff, obtained leave to Retire from the Com. millariat Department, .until the Pleafure of th Lords Commisioners of His Majelty's Treafury be known j It is requefted, that all PromifTory Notes, or Store Receipts, iflued by him on Ac* count of the Public Service, may be prefentep forthwith to Deputy Affinant CommifTary Gene- ral ROBERTS, at George Town, or to me here, in Order that they may be paid and withdrawn from Circulation._A. MOODIE, A. C. Gt II LibT of Pcrlooa who have tendered MEAT for Hil Maj«fty'i S tore . in Van Dieme...

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CROWN DEBTS. Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, Nov. 17th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

CROWN DEBTS. Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, Nov. 17th, 1821. NOTICE.—Persons indebted to Government are again informed, that the Stores here and at Port Dalrymple will continue Open during this and   the following Month, for the Reception of Wheat or Meat in Liquidation of said Debts;—   When, conformably with Orders received, a Statement of those outstanding will be trans- mitted to Sydney. A List of Promissory Notes for MERINO RAMS, remaining unpaid, will be published in the   first Gazette in January. A. MOODIE, A. C. G.

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Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, Nov. 24th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, Nov. 24th, 1821. TENDERS to Supply His Majesty's Stores in Van Diemen's Land with FRESH MEAT, for the Quarter commencing 25th December next, must   be transmitted to me here, and to Deputy Assis- tant Commissary General ROBERTS at George Town, on or before the 10th of that Month. Printed Forms of Tenders to be had at the respective Offices. A. MOODIE, A. C. G.

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Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, Nov. 24th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, i Saturdaij, Nov. 24th, 1821. | HP HE Circumftances and State of the Settlements *. of the Derwent, and of Port. Dalrymple, having undergone effential Change lince the Re- gulation was efiablifhed which required all Fcr fons, paiHng from one Settlement to the other, to have a Pafs, figned by the LIEUTENANT GOVER- NOR or the-COMMANDANT ; not only by the perfeft State of Order and Tranquillity which has now for a long Period beeneftabliihed in all Parts of the Country, but from the progreiKve Occupa- tion and Settlement of the Interior of the Ifland, and the confequent Approximation of the Settle- ments on the Southern and Northern Extremi- ties:-It is notified, that the Regulation, which required all Perfons pafling from one Settlement to the other to be provided with a Paft, is abo liihed, with Refpeft to Free Perföns. But all the Regulations with Relpeft to Pafles of Pri Toners of the Crown remain in full Force; and in o...

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Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Townt. Saturday, November 24th, 1821. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town Saturday, November 24th, 1821.     THE Regulation, of Date February 20th, 1819, which requires the Name of the Owner, and   his Place of Abode, and the Number of the Li- cenfe, to be painted upon all Carts worked on the Road within 10 Miles of Hobart Town, appear- ing not only to be much neglected, but to require more extended Application, it is now re-publifhed for general Information and Guidance :- " The increasing Number of Carts in Hobart Town   and its Vicinity rendering it necessary for the Se- curity of Persons and Property, that they should   be Registered and Licensed, in Order to their be- ing placed under Regulation according to Law ; - " It is hereby ordered, that on or before the 20th Day of March next, all Owners of Carts, Cars, and Timber Carriages in Hobart Town, or within Ten Miles thereof, shall take out a License at the Office of the Super...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

Sitting Magiftrate-THOMAS BELL, Efq. SHIP NEWS.*-On Tuefday Iaft.ar rived the brig Amboyna, Captain Wilfon, from the Ifle of France, with a general cargo of tea, fugar, ípirits, &c. She brings two prisoners who had efcaped from the Colonies 5 two more of the like defcription having died on the pafTage_Super- cargo, Mr. Savage. The brig Queen Charlotte, which failed from Port Dalrymple for Sydney on the lit ult. with a cargo of wheat for Government, returned again to that port in the ihort fpace of 20 days, with horfes, tea, fugar, &c. Eleven perfons during the prefent week were fummoned before the Superintendant of Police, on informations laid againft them for employing their carts without their names and the numbers of the licenfe being painted thereon. The whole of the cafes being proved, the parties were fe verally fined in the mitigated penalty of two pounds each. At a Bench of Magiftrates, held on Thurfduy Jaft, at which the Deputy Judge Advocate pie fidcd; Nath...

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Sydney Extracts, FROM THE GAZETTE OF NOV. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

Sydney Extracts, FROM THE GAZETTE OF NOV. 10. SHIP NEWS.-On Saturday evening last arrived from Port Dalrymple, the schooner Sindbad, Mr. Simpson master, laden with wheat. On Sunday morning arrived from the same place, the brig Haweis, Captain Jameson. She brings up     1680 bushels of wheat, 368 pounds of wool, and 460       kangaroo skins, the produce of Port Dalrymple; to- gether with the following, which formed part of the valuable cargo of the wrecked ship Phetisalam, viz. 4650 gallons of rum, and 93 gallons of brandy.-The passengers by this vessel are, Captain Dillon. Mrs. Dillon, and child; James Jackson and William Davis,   Esquires, from India; together with 11 lascars. On Sunday evening arrived, also from Port Dalrymple, with wheat, &c. the brig Queen Charlotte, Capt. Payne,-Passenger, Mr. William Emmett. On Wednesday arrived from Ireland, with 180 male convicts, the ship John Barry, Capta...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

TO SUBSCRIBERS.— The Printer takes this Opportunity to inform those Persons in Arrears,   who have been so frequently furnished with their Ac- counts, that, unless the same be settled at the Close of the current Year, he will be unable to supply them any longer with the GAZETTE.—This Necessity, however   unpleasant it may be to him, will nevertheless be indifcri minately adopted ; but he trusts such Subscribers, so far from taking Umbrage at this Mode of Proceeding, will comply with this Request; otherwise they must not be   surprised at having their Papers discontinued. All Advertifements sent for insertion in this   Gazette must, IN FUTURE, be left at the Office by 11 o'clock on Fridays, or they cannot obtain Publicity in that Week's Paper; and NONE, without deviating from our general Rule with regard to Payment being made at the Time of leaving them at the Office, can be inserted for any Person whatever, except those against who...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 December 1821

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. The Sydney Gazette of the 10th ult. has been just received by the Messen- ger from Port Dalrymple ; from which we copy the following intelligence of the arrival of His Excellency Major General Sir T. BRISBANE, K. C. B. Lady BRISBANE and Family, and His Excellency's Staff, at Port Jackson. UNDER the Shipping Intelligence will be per- ceived the annunciation of the arrival from Eng- land, on Wednesday laft, of the merchant fhip Royal George, Captain Powditch, on board of which veffel has arrived His Excellency Major General Sir THOMAS BRISBANE, K. C. B. &c. &c. &c. with Lady BRISBANE and infant Daugh- ter, and Mifs McDOUGALL, Sifter to Her Lady- fhip, together with His Excellency's Staff. Upon the veffel coming to an anchor in Sydney Cove, a falute of 19 guns was fired from Dawes' Battery; and immediately afterwards His Honor Lieutenant Governor ERSKINE proceeded on board, to pay his refpects to His Excellency, and to greet Him on his fafe ...

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