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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

GOtfERNMBNT ORDER, No. 21. : Colonial Secretary's Office, April 16, 1828. THE, Lieutenant Governor bas been pleased to ap* point William Neilly, Esq. to be Ordnance Storekeeper, and to have charge of the General Stores of the Colony, until.the pleasure of the Right Honour- able The Secretary of State is krown. By Command of His Excellency, J.BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 85. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 16, 182S. WEDNESDAY next the 23d instant, being the day appointed for celebrating the Anniver- sary of the Birth of His Most Gracious Majesty, it * ill be observed as a Holiday throughout the Terri, tory, and the Government Mechanics and Labourers, are. to be exempted from work on that day. At sunrise the Royal Standard will be hoisted at Mulgrave Battery, and the Union Jack at Mount .Nelson. -. '¦¦¦"' At noon a Royal Salnte will he fired from Mulgrave Battery, and the Troops in'Garrison, will fire a feu de joi immediately after tbe Salute, in honour of the doy. ..'.' ,-. By ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

BY His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR Lieute-   nant Governor of the Is- land of Van Diemen's Land, and its Dependencies. WHEREAS, at and since the primary Settlement of this Colony, various acts of aggression, vio-   lence and cruelty have been, from different causes, committed on the Aboriginal Inhabitants of the Island by Subjects of His Majesty. AND WHEREAS, for the preventing and punish- ing such sanguinary and Wicked practices, it was by   a certain General Order made by Colonel David Collins, then Lieutenant Governor of this Island   and its Dependencies, at Government House, Hobart Town on the 29th day of January, 1810, declared, -- " That any person whatsoever who should offer vio- lence to a Native, or should, in cool blood, murder, or cause, any of them to be murdered, should, on proof being made of the same, be dealt with, and proceeded against, as if such violence had been of- fered, or murder committed on a civilize...

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[?] POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

COUNTRY POST. er an article from ting and managing llies most pointed. Illis country. On pder must be oon ag the rams to run Uh old and young, (be so completely value will be so liaving, except for erstocking, will be Some new method introduced in order fit it may correspond can be better than Farmer's Register? sain no longer than from Tth the ewes, by which ewes only would have lambs; and there would in consequence be a number of "jeld or dry ewes in every flock, which wonid get fat and might then be sold to the butcher; this would gradually reduce the flocks, and at the same time yield a larger profit to' the stock-holders. Unless such a system is acted upon willi the sheep, it will, in )he course of a few years, be the same in this »nnntry as it is in Spain, where the carcass is bf no j.jralrie.: ?;;T, ,- ?,..,..,.. With respect to cattle, it will be something similar y.lP what it is in soma parts of Russia and Poland, , wbere they are so numerous as not to be worth driving -toa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

?JEUST .imported.per .Eliza,..and for. tale nt the tf stores nf the undersigned, champagne, port, and sherry,wine, in .bottle, slops, viz. cord and fustian jackets and trowsers, duck frocks, striped colton and red flannel shirts, blue cloth jackets, plush waistcoats, red and Scotch caps, blue forage caps, crockery and glass' ware, consisting of hand basons, ewers and ¦ chambers, table soup plates, soup tureens and dishes, bouts, jugs, cups and saucers, cul and plain wine glasscv goblets, tumblers*and wine decanters, .Day and,Martin's blacking, wool bagging, twined hemp and flax sacks, a case nf jewellery, containing cut glass essence bottles, silver pencil cases, gold seals and walch keys, l'adie'sgold and fancy rings,gentle- men's ditto, gobi ear rings, and breast pint, silver ¦watches, gold hand and wedding rings, plated cruel liquor & soy frames, elegant patterns, with silver .ber. ders, plated candlestick's, snuffers and snuffers stands, ?BritannM metal tea pots, sugar b...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER                   SIR,     We request you will lay before the Public,   the following correspondence which has recently taken place between His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor and the Gentlemen of the Deputation.   We are, Sir, Your Obedient Servants,   William Gellibrand.   Edward Lord. Anthony Fenn Kemp. WALTER A. BETHUNE. DAVID LORD.'   Hobart town,15th April, 1828   GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 19.   Colonial Secretary's Office, March 18,1828.       .Under the instruction of Viscount Goderich, the Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified, that His lordship has received and laid before the King, the Address of the Inhabitants assembled at Hobart town   13th of March, 18...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURTER. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1827. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

      THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER   ~~~ SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1827.                 It is with no small pleasure we present our readers with the Proclamation of His Excellency in our front page. Most fervently do we hope that the proposed measure will have the desired end, and that while the uncalled for shedding of human blood is arrested, these unhappy native blacks may he gradually led, at least to a peaceable, if not a useful, slate of exis- tence. We have much to say on this most important and interesting subject, but the unusual flow of con- tributions from our advertising and corresponding friends obliges us to'postpone our observations. ln the course of the month of August last, it has been ascertained that upwards of twelve thou- sand poor Irish emigrated, from Ireland to Scotland by the steam boats. Our Coal river corresponde...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 19 April 1828

HOPKINS'S STORES. Mr. HOPKINS has received by the Eliza, and other late arrivals, the following GOODS,   which will be sold at very low prices for ready, mo ney or good clean-Wool, viz.- Watch keys, chains and Coffin Furniture . brass beer& liquor taps   Saucepans of all sizes Oval pots and fish kettles Iron and copper tea ditto Door, shutter, house, ta- ble and sheep bells Bell pulls, crank & wire Brass candlesticks Polished snuffers & stands Tea trays and waiters Beams, scales and weights Table knives and forks Packet and pen knives Butchers' knives & steels Hay knives Brick and Plaistering trowels Two and three feet rules Claw and riveting ham- mers Screw augers from § in. to 2 in. Shell ditto.ditto Socket and Firmer Chis sels sud gouges Britannia metal tea pots Do. tea mid table spoons Hand, crosscut, and pit saws nnd files Shingle nnd batten nails Sd. id, Cd. lOd. and 20d clasp ditto t-8th, t-li, 2 and 21 in. brads 4 oz....

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To............ [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

To Oh chide me not, love, if in silence I sorrow ' To liiinkiipnn days!can never forget; . ¦,;. In vain from the past would my. sad spirit borrow . A hope to enlighten thc gloom that is yet. Thou can'st not believe that in absence I cherish Ko dream of thy image?no thought of its grace, Too deep on my heart'tis engraven to perish, Too strongly emblazoned for time to efface. Thou know'st th.it I hear in my bosom a lokcn, A kiss Hint thou gave'st in moments of bliss ; ¦ That recalls to remembrance each word thou .bast . spoken, . ? ' . ¦ That renews on my life all thc warmth of thy kiss. Though love for a time prove a subject to duty, Yet deem riot my heart by ambition possest; My wreath must be wove by the fail hand of . henuty, 'And thou arl the star I would win to my breasts Forget not thou me :?observe " the Forsaken " Gaze well on that calm lovely look ol despair. Ami then if one thought of a friend should awaken' In thy breast:?be it cherish'd and treasured up there. Go, svander...

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SIR WALTER SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

SIR WALTER SCOTT     We extract the following interesting passages from   the introduction to the Chronicles of the Canongate Sir Walter has also published a beautiful family pic ture in a letter inserted in the Bijou for1828, an elegant annual, work just commenced. Speaking of his- avowal of the authorship of the Waverley' 'ovels, he relates the following anecdote :-? An actor on the Italian stage permitted at the   Foire du St. Germain', in Paris, was renowned for his wild, venturous, and 'extravagant'wit, the brilliant   sallies and fortunate repartee*, with which he prodi gally seasoned the character of the party-coloured jester. ' Some critics, whose good will towards a favourite actor v>as stronger than their judgment, ¦tobk occasion to remonstrate with the successful per- former on the subject of the grotesque vizard. They went wilily to their purpose, observing, that his chts ?ical and attic-wit, his delicat...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

¦A VESTRY-IIOPM, ST. DAVWS, , HOBAHT-TOWN, APRIL 16, 1828, T tb» ANNUAL MEETING of the District Committee of; THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING ' CHRISTI A N KNOWLEDGE for Van Diemen'* Land in tile Diocese of Calcutta, i Present,? The Uer. Archdeacon Scott, yiee Pre- sident, in the CHAIR, Tte Her. Wm. Bedford, "The Rev. H.R.Robinson, ' ,Tlie Rev. Wm. Garrard, The Rev. Robert Knopwood. After the Prayers bf the Society had been read, and the minute* of the last Meeting confirmed. George frankland, Esq. H. M. Surveyor General for the Colony, was duly elected a Member of the Committee. , The Rev. "William Bedford, comfnrmably to the third resolution of the Meeting of thc 20th of Februnry Jastj laadelbe following statement from his District:?Twenty Subscribers, li copies of the Family Bible sold, 26 other Bibles, 75' Prayer-books, 712 Tracts hound and unbound. The Rev. H. R. Robinson:?Thirty-six Prayer-books, 30 Tracts. The Rev. William Gurraid :?One Family Bible, 58 Tracts. The following Report...

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CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, and that for*Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts, have now continued their labours during 127, years.'' I hey were established w henna other Society'.' existed in the Protestant Kei'ormed Chinch, mid: then-fore were opposed .only, to the Aihicvlual ami. Infidel writers of the times, and lo.tbis object they, hu ve sludiou.sly cjiilituud their exertions to this *v.. ? . , ¦¦¦.: To the latter we are indebted for the Pmtestant Ksti.blisliint'iits in' the W«!>icm W'otld, and the 'ex- ertions'bf the former were effectually made by esta- blishing ftli.->;.ii>tifirit-ii. and thc. dispeis'inn'of/ilie Holy Scriptures, and Religions Tricia, io the Ea*t.. Amongst ihc..earlusl founders 'ire to be lound the untiles.of SltllinglU'ct,' Kidder, Stanhope,-Harvard; Kennett, niid their, foreign cnrrejputidt'itts, Fi mick,' OsleiVtihl, Wends and (ablonahi..- ¦¦??¦¦ I. lu thc cause of education, on the principles of the Chur...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

FIFTY POUNDS REWARD. j "'K'JBTIIF.REAS, a^ Horse my property, value Eighty i VY . Guineas, was killed on my neighbour's prc-t mis«s on the night of the 17th March, und as there: were but Iwo servants lhere,' both of whom slept out' of doors on that night, ono of them must have com-;, milted thu Felony. The above reward will be paid to any person or persons that will give suob information ; ns wilt lead to tho conviction of the ofiender or of- fenders. FETER LETTE, - . Curramore.; ' FAMI LI ES in want of the following useful and ', valuable, articles are most particularly invited: to insprot tlc same, at the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, where they will be sold retail:? ? Very elegant liquor,- cruet, and soy-.frames, plated with silver edges, nnd cut glass bottles, candlesticks,. snuffers .and sntifler trays, plated with salver borders, j (int polished fire irons, wire fendci'H, brass mounted, fire dogs, wi.h brass tops, composition dish covers,) in acts, copper tea kettles, bread bas...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

FOOL, &c IO tons b'rirtbeh bat Janeiro by Captain liere in a few days "Brandy, Wine, and kich, she will pro | weight, Seo. and direct. - r ? led for Shipment Cooling, will be gent, Maoquarie-st. r 10USE. nediate possession, the .louse, iate the residence he premises are well known, lencel for a respectable family, _tte. There is a good Garden, and. Ked with choice Fruit Trees, &c. Apply to .^r.-?."..;:.'^ JOHN KERR, Macquarie-st. ; . Notice. THE'- Partnership hitherto existing between Stephen Greenhill and John Marshall, late of Mew Norfolk, was mutually dissolved in May cst. ¦ J. MARSHALL. WHEREAS, my wife Catherine Scott has ab. sconded from me without any just cause or , provocation. This is therefore to give notice that I will not be responsible for any of her debts. JOHN SCOTT. / Launceston, April 21,1828. . ' TOBE LET, THE FARM and LANDS of t>vn.EDiN> con- sisting of upwards of 1000 acres, (of which 50 are in cultivation), with an unlimited Run to the bac...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1828. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

              HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1828. Yesterday the Veiierable Archdeacon delivered his charge to the Clergy in this part of the Archdeaconry, He touched very largely on the subject of education, as connected with'thc establishment of the King's Schools in tliis place, but the late'period of the week, and the ptess of temporary matter oblige us to postpone our leport of them till next week. .''_'" ''.'st.'GEORGE'S DAY. This .anniversary bf the King's birth day was obr nerved on Wednesday, with many demonstrations of joy, and attachment* We'are most of us, it is true, ready to.cat ch at.any excuse for holiday and recreation, bot we should db.the inhabitants of Vim Diemen's landan injustice; if we were to conceal that their great soaroe of pride and pleasure on Wednesday was, that tbpj were Britons, sod though removed many thou sand miles in this distant' colony^ enjoyed t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 April 1828

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 90   - Colonial Secretary's Office, April 24,1828. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint: The Venerable Archdeacon Scott, Major Kirkwood,' Joseph Hone, Esq. Alfleck Moodie, Esq. and - The Reverend William.Bedford,     To be a Committee of Management for the King's Schools.   By command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 91. Colonial Secretary's Office, April 24,1828. IT having been signified, that the Churches at New Norfolk, and Sorell, are in a state to be dedicated to the Worship of Almighty God, the Venerable the Archdeacon, will proceed to the Con- secration thereof, in the presence of the Lieutenant Governor, the former on Wednesday the 30th in- stant, and the latter on Wednesday the 7lh of May next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon; and the respec- tive Church Wardens are directed to make the neces- sary preparations accordingly. By Command of His Excellency, J. BURNETT. G...

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THE MUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

TUE MUSE* Dicky Dolus, sick of strife,'" Thu* addressed hi* scoMitig wife** " Since in life I've,!*) repose, Death, my dear, shall end my worst Airs. Doluv,.Mrs. Dolus! Death, I vow; shall end m^ wots I Mrs. Dolus liked hi* plan, To the river off they ran: ** Pray,"said Dolus,'" Oe so kind Just to tierny hands behind.'' Mrs, bolus, dre. She obeyed ', and when complete, " Let me now," he said, " entreat Von will a'so?do not niiff? Be tu good a« puah me off." Air*. Dolus, dre. Dolus, when she proved her love With a run ami with a shove, Slipt aside, and, in his stead, Mis. D. smised over head. Mrs. bolus, fcc Afr. Dolus now was solus, - While she gulp'd her watery bolus, Quoth he, v my hand* are tied, and 1 Can't assist you; so good bye 1" Mrs. Dolo*. &c.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

TO BE LET OR SOLD, j A MOST eligible FARM of t50!> Acres, situated j on the best part of the banks of the Shannon, comprising many local advantages, with or without a dode of 600 good sheep. Apply to the Printer* TO BE SOLD, CiMITHS Wealth of Nations, t Vols, neatly J773 bound; price S3s. 6d. "Apply at tbe Courier 4 office. NOTICE. WHEREAS, about two years ago THREE CALVES wete placed in the custody of the undersigned, by the late George Farquharson, of the Clyde:?this it to give notice, that unless the said Cattle are taken away within 21 days from this date, they will be sold to defray the expense incurred upon them. HUGH MAGUINNEISS. Carlton River, Af ay 1,1828. STOLEN. WHEREAS on the morning of the 15th instant, Thirty Eight EWES and WEDDERS wete Stolen ont of the yard of the undersigned; also, three bullock ebaias, and four iron bows. A handsome re- ward .will be given to any person who will give suob information aa may lead to the reoovery of the above property, or to the e...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

s ^ feOVBirKMENT ORBER. No. 22. Colo^ilJSeoreUry't Office, April »0,1828. rJUgnUlioM for tht Grunting md Selling tf ?:.??'¦¦'¦¦--"' ¦¦?' '?" ? '<f**4-) 'tS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, is _pleased tb 'notify, that the following KegaU Ijpnijn fiirthe>anceofllij Mtjestj* In*truclion» fur the disposal of lend, have .been, established, irntil Hit llalipjty'*plMsore.ihall be koowo. .-.,'. 'I. " It being bf: importance that Settlers sliou|A not -^fjJBnJftii^ b&iuade lo '-j|it^f ^W ire oeairoai only of ^disposing of them. a f*n$ JBo»«:I-i«» be»ft ^appointed, amongst whose '^fiiei it;will bp rarernl.fy to invrsiigaie the amount, «nd other partf corers/of the dnpital which the several aMl^btasslate themselves respectively td. posses*. ' II; Patons dewipaf of obtaining land bv.GKA^T wJlladdret»ltUemHlv«a toJheSotveyor General, who >w1llfaroW« Ibem *iih the.' established fora nf applica lion tci'H& Lieutenant Governor, on pay trent ol'a fee :M&i&...

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TOTA[?] D[?]T[?]UC[?]ION OF THE TURKISH AND EGYPTIAN FL[?]ETS. (London Gazette Extraordinary). ADMIRALTY OFFICE, NOV. 10, 1[?]27. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH AND   EGYPTIAN FLEETS.     (London Gazette Extraordinary).   ADMIRALTY OFFICE, Nov. 10, 1827.   Despatches, of which the following are copies or extracts, have been this day received at this office, addressed to John Wilson Croker, Esq. by Vice Ad- miral Sir Edward Codrington, K.C.B. Commander     in chief of His Majesty's ships in the Mediterranean:- His Majesty's skip Asia, in the port of Naverine,   ..-¦?¦. October 21. , .Slr,-?I have the honour of informing his Royal Highness the Lord High Admiral, that my col- leagues, Count Hciden.and the Chevalier de Rigny, having agreed with me that we should come into this port,- in order to induce Ibrahim Pacha to discon- tinue the brutal war of extermination which lie has been carrying on (ince his return here from his failuie in-the Gulf of Patras, the combined squadrons passed the batteries, in order t...

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TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 May 1828

TRADE AND SHIPPING.                 The Rainbow sailed on Sunday for Sydney, and is expected to return to Hobart town in the course of two months.     Same day, the schooner, Isabella, Capt. Fisk, arrived from Sydney, with a detachment of thirty- two of the 40th Regiment, under Lieut. Stopford, and sixteen of the New South Wales Veteran Com- pany.       The Hetty sailed from Launceston on Friday last,   for Hobart, town, with about 3000 bushels of forage for Government.   Remain in the Tamar, the brig Tranmere, the schooner Flamingo; and the cutter Fanny. The ship Eliza sails for Sydney to-morrow and also the Derwent for Macquarie harbour, with a de- tachment of the 40th, under Lieut. Wright. Sugar is again on the rise, and none can scarcely be bought under 6d. a pound. The butchers have gen...

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