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To the Editor. Que ses actions, plutot que ses paroles vous le fassent choi[?]ir. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

-000000- To the Editor, Que ses actions, plutôt que ses paroles vous ' le fassent choisir. Sir,- It would have been very unbe- coming, and even presumptive, to hazard an individual opinion on the great and   truly important question which has been   pending between the learned Solicitor and Attorney General, till the amiable and distinguished character, who, happily for us, presides at the head of the law, should have presented us with his opinion. Perhaps, at no period of his career, was he ever called upon to decide a point more replete with delicacy towards those, whose   future fees and emoluments of office, were to be influenced by it. The sooner such points are decided in a rising colony, the more, beneficial to the people. It eases the public mind of a burden as oppressive a it is unnecessary ; and, by rooting out an evil before it becomes too deeply im- planted, erases the memory of its exis- tence, add prevents more distressing enquiri...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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RUNAWAY NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, October 21, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

RUNAWAY NOTICE.         POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,         October 21, 1825.       The undermentioned Persons, in ad-   dition to those advertised in last   week's Gazette, having absented them- selves from their usual Places of Resi- dence, all Constables and Others are   hereby required to use their utmost Exertions to apprehend and lodge them in safe Custody.   A. W. H. HUMPHREY,             Superintendent of Police.           119. Adamson. Peter, light brown Jiair, light grey eyes, 20 years of age, a cabin boy, tried at York January 1821, sentence 7 years, native plate Lerwick, Shetland, scar on left eyebrow, arrived by the Clau- dine, from tbe P...

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

Sales by] A üction. BY Mé.T.'P. DE^'NBt ' %< At ihe Waterloo Store, on Tuesday next,' «- the 2.5th Instant, « » *pWOlarge Coppers, with. aStill Head,. 4 intended for the purpose of exti'aér ing the essence, of bark ; cast iron gi ates,; sheep sheers, straw and chip hats, leather» caps, frying pans, gridirons, a few kegs of white lead, and varnish green paint, tea in quantities of 5lbs, sugar by the* bag, red wine, arrow root, reams of fools- cap paper, and a variety, of slops and» other articles, which may be seen the Day previous or Morning of Sale. i*. » BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTTV ' * At his Mart in Murray-street, on Thursday the 3d of November, at 12 *>'Clock pre-' cisely> by Order of the Executrix of the» Ia* Mr. A. Morris, and positively With-* out Reserve, _ _, - ...v. _-, - ^ ONE Hundred and Sixty head of CAT- . TLE, consisting -of capital Working Bullocks, prime Milch Cows, Steers ric for the Knife or Yoke, and Heifers of aa im- proved breed. . « . i - ?? , ', ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, October 16, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 22 October 1825

Vol. 10.) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1825.         GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER   Government House, Hobart Town,   October 16, 1825.       THE Inhabitants in Hobart Town having most handsomely volunteered     to undertake, as Special Constables, the Protection of the Town, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR feels the most perfect   Confidence in their Prudence and Cour- age, and accepts their Services as a Means of enabling him to despatch a greater Number of Troops into the In- terior.     His Honor anticipates that this sacrifice of personal Comfort, on the Part of   the Residents in Hobart Town, will at once operate as a stimulus throughout the Colony ; and that every Free inhabitant in the Country will heartily and   actively co-operate with the Military ¡n   &nbs...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

SAiURDAÏ, OCTOBER 29r 1825. jfssize of Bread fnr the ensuing WeekL The Loaf .of. Two Pounds--9idC "* Sîtting^iïêgislrate Jfor the ensuing- Week; - \^." H; Hamíítoíí,-E»q- ?> - V ?..*.. ?» ..i.r ' TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have to return our best thanks for m «by .gsteemçd jCômtounjcajions, _ and regret \ tbftt^ajit of Tooûi prevents us from giving * tfrétÍL?iñVftiont pattictvlàrlv,f< Evil," on tue'KHtsrepresent'dtions of the Ex Gazette, '-ëagfâftrhe Public Woik*;;";pisn»terested nena,*' «* Scourge// Expositor," and '. Vin- dex," all on the fertile subject of the 'Editor of the é« Colonial Times." We have given "a place to "Expositor," this week," and *' Recluse/' last week, not because 'Ave approve of bestowing notice on the falsehoods' of $bat Paper, but because we tfeink ii «a (jjuty we are' called upon toyp'erfoim, to ^give expression, as far as our limits permit, to .the general voice of the Colony« " A Dream," is under consideration. ".Pater," on the education of Tasm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

HOBART TOWN: . PRINTED BY BOSS AND HOW Ki -.Government Printers,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

2E5J;EVAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. J[ HE Anniversary 0f the Hobart Town j, » branch of this Institution, will he nn u ,he new ChaPel in Melville-street, i 2^ne Evening of the 21st of November. * ne Chair will be taken at 6 o'clock. W. B. The Annual Subscriptions which Ai"01 yèt been paîdi U is hoped> wil1 be th Ï /orwar^e^ a9 soon as convenient, « the accounts may be made up against ? ine approaching Meeting. Bia .m B. Cauvosso, Secretary., QUARTER SESSIONS. ,. XTQTICE is hereby giv^u,, that te Ge/ L ^Wr$¿ Grafter t&SM<«i of* the Peace for Van D^emen's Land and its JJejSfn' dencies, will, he held at the Times and Places follow iii«; ;-That is to sav, > At Hobart Town, on Monday tbi 7th Day of November next, At the Coal River, on Monday ihe 14th Day of November next. , - At Jericno, on Saturday the I9Ü1 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...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   ARRIVED,             Oct. 2l.—The brig Duke, of York from Macquarie Harbour. October 24.—The ship Mountaineer, Captain Herbert, from Plymouth, 25th April, Cape of Good Hope, 5th Septem- ber, with a general cargo of goods. Pas- sengers— Mr. Shewell, Mr. and Mrs. Keith, and 2 Misses Keith, Mr. and Mrs Dean, and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, and 5 children, Mr. Edmund Bryant, Miss Bryant, Mr. Gavott, Mr. and Mrs. Bickford and child, Mrs. Jones and two children, Mr. Holt, Mr. Martin, Messrs. Gaville, John Austin, Robert Austin,Brumby, Forkington, ariel Porter. Oct 26.—The Government brig Eliza- beth Henrietta, from Sydney, 11th Octo-   ber. Passengers— Lieutenant Murdoch,   and Assistant Surveyor Cavenagh, with Ensign Floyer, and the detachment of the 40th.           &nbsp...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

MARRIAGE-On Thursday last, 27th inst, at St. David's Church, by the Rev. W. Bedford, Lieut. Valentine Griffith, R. N. of Woodlands, to Sarah, daughter of Mrs. Smith, Sunbury Cottage, Tea Tree Brush. _______

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. A.most extraordinary system of robbery, called levelling, is now carried on in Dublin. A person whose character is not entirely lost, applies to the Paving Board, for a paling or scaffolding license, in order to have the front improved. As soon as he has made this preparation, he applies to a Ieveller to purchase the house. The leveller views the premises, values them at £50 or £60, pays that sum to the new inhabitant, and in three days not a trace of the house is to be seen. The moment the purchase is made, the house is pulled to pieces, and a landlord has often been seen looking up and down a streets in which his house stood the day before, scarcely thinking it possible that he is in the right neighbourhood. Mr. Ellis, the member for the city, missed two of his houses one morning, as he was taking a walk before breakfast. Turpin, the most expert housebreaker in the metropolis often tried at the Old Bailey under the name of Tuck, and honoured with t...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, October 26, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.     Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, October 26, 1825. THE under-mentioned Persons Have obtained Certificates of Freedom     and Ticket of Leave, during the Jast Week :— CERTIFICATES. Thomas James, alias       Carter, alias Brind . . . . Dromedary                 Patrick Stafford . . . Bencnolen     James Shaw . . . . Prince Regent Isaac Cutts . . . . Canada (5) Maria Pawlett . . . . Janus. TICKET OF LEAVE (Renewed). John Green . . . . John Bull. John Montagu, Secretary.   COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Sept. 16, 1825.   FRESH MEAT to be received during the Quarter ending 24th December, 1825 :—   HOBART TOWN. Nov. 4. R¡chard Dry . . . . 8000, at 3 7/8d. 11. Champion & C. . . . . 8000, ditto 18. Ditto . . . . 8000, ditto 25. Ditto . . . . 8000, ditto Dec. ...

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To Mr. Robert Lathrop Murray, Author of the Colonial Times. LETTER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

To Mr. Robert Lathrop Murray, Author of the Colonial Times. LETTER 1. SIR, - In a former age, a practice pre- vailed with imbecile writers, of forging   statements of fatal duels, horrible mur-   ders, and other instances of sudden death   by which a momentary interest was given to their pages, and the peace of families   triumphantly attacked. It was reserved   for later times, by the help of your pecu- liar talent, to give birth in this new Colony, to a more forcibly invasion of domestic life. Your falsehoods are so artfully mixed up with a sprinkling of truth, as to strike home to the private bosom, to wound the best feelings of humanity, and to filch from the individual, not his purse, but his good-name. Their   object is not the petty sale of a few additional numbers of a paper of bad repute, but the noble one of serving a private and an unwoithy purpose. The Public, Sir, are of opinion, that never since the disco...

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LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. By the Elisabeth Henrietta, we have received papers to the 10th of October. They contain no news of any public interest. His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, had taken up the ship Mary Hope, to convey himself and family to   England, and was to sail by the 7th of next month, after which day a demurrage was to be paid in case of protracted departure.   Should General Darling not arrive, by that time, his Honor Lieutenant Governor Stewart, will of course, hold the reins of Government. Lieut.-Governor Stewart, had succeeded in organising and equipping a cavalry corps of 30 men, for the express purpose of scouring the country in search of bushrangers.   The Sydney Gazette is now published twice a-week, at 9d each number, and the Commercial Express has merged into it. We are glad to see so much talent displayed in the columns of this paper, and had its appearance twice a-week, as a decided proof of the growing impor- tance, of the...

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M'CABE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

McCABE.     We are happy in being able to give to the Public, the following full and interest- ing particulars, of the separation of this murderous character, and most notorious bushranger, from his companions, and his ultlmate capture.           Constable Dutton's party had been nearly a fortnight in the neighbourhood of Mr. Meredith's, at Oyster Bay, when Mr. Gunn, having stationed his men at Little Swan Port to refresh, came to reconnoitre. Finding Dutton's party refreshed and pre- pared, he set off with them to continue the search. It happened most unfortunately that Mr. Meredith having lately lost some sheep, accompanied his eldest son on horse back in quest of them, and it would appear that the bushrangers had watched both his and Mr. Gunn's departure from a neigh- bouring height, as they almost immediately after commenced their attack. Mr. Me- redith's youngest son being in the field with the teams ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 29 October 1825

t ADVERTISEMENTS* A T a Meeting of the Com mil tee of the £\ pr#i$byteriari .Tract Society, held in tile Church on Tuesday, Oct. "ii, 1825, It was Resolved 1st-That any Individual subscribing Five Shillings, or upwards, annually, be considered as a Member of this Society. 2nd That any Person making an an- nual Donation of 100 or more Tracts, be considered a Member of this Society. 3d-That any Individual making a Donation of Five Pounds, or upwards, be considered a Member for Life. Subscriptions and Donations will be thankfully received by any Member of the Committee, and Subscription Papers will be found at the Houses of Messrs. Ker, Hopkins, Langford, Mather, and Fraser, and at the Commissariat and colonial Treasurer's Offices.         ALL Persons having Claims on the Estate or Effects of the late Mrs.   Elizabeth Howard, are requested to fur- nish an account thereof to the under- signed on or before the 1st Day of Ja...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1&23. Assise of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds-9¿d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, Jocelyn Thomas, Esq. TO correspondents. u A Friend to Export," on mimosa bark ; *' A. Z." on the clothing of the abori- gines; and " A Mechanic," on Saw- yer's charges, if possible in our next. We should be happy to communicate with 4< Expositor," if he would oblige na with a call on Monday evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

O' See Supplement. ? HOBART TOWN: PRINTED BY ROSS AND llOWÍí, Government .Printen."

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

i £$£Äß!f5&fi!iitt^ MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. A deservedly popular work has just been published, called the " Writer's Clerk, or the Humours of the Scotch Metropolis." It; contain« a succession of comic und lively sketches, with some highly wrought scenes of deep and affecting pathos. It is helieved to be by the author of " Lights and Shadows." The " London Magazine,'* is now con- ducted on an enlarged plan, similar to the " New Monthly," comprising a review of books. For our parts, we do not approve of so much didactic matter in a magazine, which is professedly a collection of facts, neither do we commend that system of political disquisition, in quarterly works, calling themselves reviews of books. These misnomers mislead the Public« The " Monthly Review," continues to -be the best, and we believe the only legitimate account of books, on the plan of the old school, and the " Economist," price Sd. contains many useful points of information. , On the examination of Mr...

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To the Editor. Quippe ubi fas versum atque nefas; tot bella per orbem: tam mul[?] scelerum facies. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

To the Editor.   Quippe ubi fas versum atque nefas; tot bella per orbem : tam multes scelerum facies.     Sir, - The attempt of Mr. Murray, to blend the proceedings of Mr. Attorney General, with the sentiments of Lord Eldon, and some other distinguished characters, is a perversion of their true meaning, which may amuse, but cannot persuade us. The cases therein alluded to, bore different aspects, and were not open to the same construction. I beg to direct the attention of the Public towards them. They have no connection what- ever, with the subject in dispute. To maintain, therefore, that they espoused a doctrine, at direct variance with the essen- tial principles of their own profession, and wilfully inflict a torture on the under standing, is commensurate with Mr. Murray's ingenuity, but is what no man, who is at all compos mentis, can possibly comprehend. It has been the misfortune of Mr. Attorney Young, to have become the unmeaning tool of ...

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ANNO SEXTO GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. 18.). [An Ordinance to stay Proceedings in certain Cases, against Justices of the Pence in New South Wales and its Dependencies, acting in Execution of their Office.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 5 November 1825

ANNO SEXTO GEORGII IV. REGIS. (No. l8.) By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, K. C. B. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, &c. &c. &c. with the Advice of the Council, [An Ordinance to stay Proceedings in certain Cases, against Justices of the Peace in New South Wales and its Dependencies, act- ing in Execution of their Office] WHEREAS, since the Establishment of a Colony in New South Wales, Justices       of the Peace have, from Time to Time, been, appointed by the GOVERNORS of the said Colony, in a Manner differing from the ordi- nary Commission of the Peace, as by Law   and ancient Usage established ; and Justices, s0 appointed, have exercised a summary Jurisdiction in certain Cases, not sanctioned by the Laws and Practice in England:-AND WHEREAS the said Justices, or some of them, have, in Years past, made, done, and caused to be executed, divers Judgments, Sentences, Orders, Acts, and Things, whi...

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