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STATE OF THE WEATHER. FROM 31st OCT. TO 7th NOV. 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

STATE OF THE WEATHER, I FROM 81st OCT. TO 7th NOV. 1825. v ITh ermom eter Q I fr«''ni 42 ?6fJ 50 '48 .42 4ft 49 to Barometerl \ fromj to Wind. 59 62 6ó 61 57 63 Gi 29 6 29.7 29.4 29 4 29 6 29 4 5.9« 29 6 29.7 294 29.5 29 n 29.4 29.3 W. N. E. S. E. N. N. E. E. S. .. Matter's of temporary, but of less general and lasting importance, appear to . have withdrawn, for a time, the public attention from the consideration of that. great and, necessary measure the removal of the Seat of Government from Hobart Town. Whether this is about to take place, or whether Brighton will be the spot of its removal, we are unable to inform our Readers; all that belongs to us, is calmly to consider the matter, and to offer to the Public such remarks as suggest themselves. Viewing these Co- lonies prospectively, it does not appear that Hobart Town or Sydney is destined to remain long the capital of either. That the situation of the former is de- cidedly bad and obstructive to the general interests of ihe Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 12 November 1825

RÜN'AWAY^CñrJCE. - Police Offjce, IÏoèart Town, . November 11, 1825. HE undermentioned "Persons, in ad- dition to those formerly advertised, living absented themselves from their suaf Places of Residence, all Constables nd Others are hereby required to use heir utmost Exertions to apprehend' ind lodge them in safe Custody. A. W. H. Humphrey. Superintendent of Police. 507. Bell, Thomas, alias Baxter, light brown hair, blue eyes, 22 years of age, a smith, tried at Yoik, May 1,1821, sentence 7years, arrived'in this .Colony by the Rich- mond, native place Bernard Castle, two scars iver left eye, J. B. on right arm, and an 1 on left, broke out of Launceston gaol,* on the 14 li of October last.-L.2 Reward. ' 229. Brozar, William, 5 feet 6| inches, ligiit brown hair, blue eyes, 25 years of age, »labourer, tried al Middlesex April 1019, ifiitcnee life, arrived in this Colony by the Dromedaiv lfi20, born in London, Britannia, Maa*, and Eve*, sun, moon, right erm. sun, moon, and two hearts, o...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, November 16, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

j . GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. I Secretary's Office,'Hobart Town, I '???' \ ' \ f"'; . November 16, 1825. I inpHE undermentioned Persons have t* obtained Certificates o/ Freedom and Tickets of Leave, during the last Week:- CKRTiriöATBtf. ThoiijHs Ryland..*.... Dromedary Joseph Deritend .... Cañad»(5) - Joliu Shaddock..-.. --l*rmce Regent i .' : T1CKKTÖ Op LBAVEi i Willum Bau, (OI\dc)' Phoîuk(l) i William Bayliss» (Do.) Maria - I V*T*.> Arthur, (Ho-: Maï;bar | . nan Town) «.,.... Ma,aüa* j$ james Morgan (Do.) Medina fl Richard Waddell, ,r . r . , $ (Great Swan poro ... UÓ* Ea8t £.:. John M ont à g v, Secretary. ^ Commismt ¿at Office, November IO, 1S25. Î »RESM M EA ^.--Persons desirous of '; *? tendering for the ensuing Quarter, ¡te. are requested to transmit their Tendéis to % the respective Offices, here and at Lann ¡f fest oil, on or before Monday the Fifth f| pay of December next ; and it is to he jj distinctly .understood, that the Meat is to I he deliverable at any Period of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

BIRTH.-At Woolmers, Lake River,     on the 12th instant, the Lady of Thomas Archer. Esq..J. P. of a daughter  

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, November 14, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

Government & général order»I Government House, Hobatt Totm, November 14« 1825. - MATHEW TENERRY is appointed   a Constable for the District of   Richmond. William Roadknight is appointed     a Constable for the District of the Lower   Clyde.               By His Honor's Command,       John Montagu, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1?,.1S3J. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, Tile Loaf of Two Pounds-9*d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, ArFtBCit Mpo'niE, .Esq. [ Premium on Treasury Bills this Week, 15 per Cent. ' TO CORRESPONDENTS. w Motnus's" account From Windsor, of the-Sunday- Champaign transaction, is truly ridiculous. We thank him for ihé"treat. < ; \ ^ Want óí rrïom aíorie obliges us to post-* _j)one tlie Communications of «' Expo- sitor" and *'Crtto"~ The Tatter is mucTf r}n unison with ourown sentiments, and .j.thnugp. long, wc shall strive to give it a place ne^t week. The Communications from pittwater, are very gratefully received; and of which . it 'will be seen we have, fully availed -'qurselyes. . , , . . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

?' SUPREME COURT OF VAN DI EM EN'S LAND. s JtfÛTîCE is hereby given, that on J^ Fiiday ilie25ih instant,' the present Session of Oyer and Terminer, and General Gaol Delivery of this Couit, will he adjourned to Launceston, for the Trial ?>f Planners,'on Friday the 2d Day of December next. * ' Samuki. Spode, f ' Clerk of the Supreme Court. Surveyor General's Office, Hobart Town, j ' Uth November, 1825. I m EVER AL of those Grants forwarded * ~ from the Surveyor General's Office, jj Sydney, under piy Charge for Pelivery I in this Colony, remain uncalled for, I« i hereby give Notice, that all such as are I not taken up by the parties entitled to { receive them before the expiration of ; three -weeks from this Date, will be re- , | turned to Head Quarters by the earliest j opportunity. I P. Cavenagh, I Assistant Surveyor. I Engineer's.qffice, Novmfar 10, 1225. I Pjl^H E Government, having a Quantity I «T^ °^ Met»! prepared for repairing the I Streets of Hobart Town, is desirous of I c...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 7[?]H To 14th NOVEMBER, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

STATE OF THE WEATHER.   FROM 7th TO 14TH NOVEMBER, 1825. Date Thermometer | Barometer | Wind | Result from | to | from | to | M.| 42 | 68 | 29.6 | 29.4 | N.E. | Clear T.| 49 | 70 | 29.4 | 29.4 | N.E. | Clear W.| 50 | 63 | 29.2 | 29.2 | N. | Cloudy T.| 50 | 68 | 29.4 | 29.7 | S.W. | Rain F.| 48 | 72 | 29.6 | 29.6 | S.E. | Fine S.| 48 | 61 | 29.3 | 29.8 | S.E. | Clear S.| 46 | 50 | 29.0 | 29.0 | S | Rain                         DEEPLY connected with the   final suppression of Bush-   ranging, in these Colonies, and of crime in general, is the mode of punishing offenders, and of re- warding those who are instrumen- tal in bringing them to justice.— Had not the robbers been support- ed by connivance in their crimes, their career must of necessity have long ago been stopped. Had Brady and McCabe ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, Oct. 22, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

GOVERNMENT & GÇtfERAL ORDER.' Colonial Seóretarys 'GJ^g Oc/.<22, 18á5. « . TN Pursuance of In st?trc\fons from the* ?*. Right Honorable the LoMs^pQmm'á'-' sioners of His Majesty's Treasury, His Excellency the Governor is pleased lb1 direct, that the following Regulatiofis:for the Guidance of Financial Officers of New South Wales and its Dependen-1 cies, »shall take, Effect from, the Com- mencement of the ensuing Quarter, on« the 1st of October next ; and hereby en- joins the said*Officers strictly to compljn 'therewith, sq far as they are respectively? concerned. .- . , . . C.QLQ$)AL TREASURER. , 1. The Colonial Treasurer,of New; South, Wales, and its Dependencies, will inake up, as soon as] possible after the, Termination of each Quarter, á true and, correct Account in'Duplicate;,' shewing, on one Side, .the Balance in 'their Hands at the Commencement of ihe pieceding^ Quarter^ and the Particulars"^ all Sums of'Public Money íecei ved j 'and, on the» other, the Pa...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   There has been no arrival since our last.   SAILED,       Noc. 12.-The brig Prince Leopold, Captain Harrison, for Launceston, to touch at Maria Island with stores, and a quantity of free stone for the new Church. Nov. 13.-The brig Cyprus, Captain Todd, for Launceston, with sundry mer- chandize. Passengers-Mr. W. Walkin- shaw, and Mr. James Rankin. Nov. 14.-The brig Duke of York, Captain White, for Birch's Bay. Nov. 15.-The brig Glory, Captain   Clements, for Sydney, chiefly with ballast. The late gales from the South and East detained these vessels several days at the mouth of the Channel. The ship Mountaineer, Captain Her- bert, will sail for Sydney this day, with part of her original cargo, and 200 live sheep from this Colony. Passengers Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr. E. P. Smith, and Mr. S. W. Mansfield. The Lord Rodney will sail tomorrow.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 19 November 1825

I&ffANNINGTON & CO. Liverpool . street, next Door to Mr. Jahn Deane, Bak r, have just received-, per Lord Rodney, a handsome assortment ol' Ladies Stays, of finest qualitv and ma utifacture.-r Also, Bu(f and Blue Stripe ' Ginghams, Sec. Sec. ? ' ' ' ' ." I & J. SOLOMON, have received y * in addition to their last Adveitise tpentjhe following goods,, viz:- Super fine white and striped, linen and cotton .drill, white, striped, and printed jeans, ' Clive ïîtul drab.velveteens and corduroy, printed Florentine fine long.cloths and calico, three bushel bags and bagging, an elrgatii.agsnrmifniof., printed chintz fur | nituie,and bottle green .coat pieces with | trimmings cómprete, fashionable London 1 made gtmlemen's waistcoats, superb dii'l Itrowsers, elegant black, silk . handker- I 1 chiefs, cotton, ditto, gentlemen's white irtaton socks, gentlemen's Wellington Jj lind black boots,' ladies coloured boots, jj superior black i mr, pints« and quarts,- per Hfuniery, ...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26; 1825. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds->0£d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, ' James Scott, Esq. ^ TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' "A Non-commissioned Enquirer," and "Recluse'' are received, and shall ap- pear, if possible, next week.-x

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 14th TO 21st NOVEMBER, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

K ^TATfi OF THE WEATHER, tPRÔM.'lr4lll TO 21st NOVEMBER, 1Ô25. J -o / hermometer from j to I from( to Zfarowieierl <i0 5« 50 58 Iii G2 7? 74 69 6* G ii 7G 75 29 6 29.5 29 4 29 2 29 7 29 Ö 29 5 29JJI 29 0 29 6 29.3 29 7 29 « 29.2 Wind. i N.W. N. N. E. S.E. S. W. S W. It is with no small degree of pleasure ve congratulate our fellow-countrymen oiv,the event of Thursday. No sooner was,¡it,known that the vessel coming up the River (which was at first supposed to Le from Sydney) hajl a person of distinc- tion on board, than numerous parties were seen hastening towards Mulgiave Battery. On the ship entering the har- bour, a salute was fired, and the news immediately spread that Geneial Dar- ling was on board, and had distin- guished this Colony with the honour of a visit on his way to Sydney, to assume the reins there as Governor and Commander. in-Chief of New South Wales, Van Diemea's Land, and their Dependencies. The intelligence, formerly received, of the entirö- sepaiation ...

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Extracts From the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

extracts From the latest English,Papers. The most remarkable feature of the las* çesbion of Paihament, was the Very vigorous effort made by the Catholics to obtain Emancipation, which was defeated. The whole country was alarmed, and petitions poured in from every quarter í^iin-t the measure. The speech of the 3)ul<<? of York h.id a most powerful effect. ii is Majesty was, we are happy to state, in excellent health. His late residence at Windsor had so happy an influence, as to enable him to undergo, with comparative ease, the tedious and fatiguing duties of the Drawing Room and Levee. The new banqueting room, through which the com* poy pass, has been fitted up in the most jupetb and magnificent style. It has six rWft oi entrance, all at the same end,over «.I ich are beautifully executed in gold, the rmoriül shields of the six different orders of which His- Majesty is Sovereign, and impended from the ceiling arc five chan dehors in gold, to correspond. Alderman ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town. November 21, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town» November 21, 1825. ]l,TK. James Clark is appointed x * Chief District Constable for Jones Kiyer, vice Mr. Walter Black, resigned. " Mr. Thomas RoADKvrcuT is ap- pointed Inspector of Flocfc at New Nor- folk, vice M r. J o h N f k a r c r, resigned. District Constable Ayton is appointed a Pound keeper at New Town. ¡ By fits Honor's Command, , John Montagu, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, November 21, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

? GOVERNMENT & GfeNERALORDER. I. Government Home* Hobart Totun9 j November Q\, 1825. ÏT having been ascertained that- the Bushrangers have crossed the Der* went and ptoceeded to the interior, the Lieutenant Oovrpnor has made arrangements to enable, the Military to resume »he Town Duties. That the aid so handsomely given by llie inhabitants of Hobart Town, has not jed to the'speedy resist so ranch desired, is a subject of much regret; but the dis- play of^Zeal and Public Spmr, has been most gratifying to the Government, and (.¡innot fail to make a beneficial impres- sion throughout the Colony, animating the Civil and Military Powers in the Exercice of the no less estimable qualities of Patience and Perseverance, which this or rasión demands.^;* ' < _ The LjruTEN^T Governor lieg* the inhabitants wnà rjave, as Special fonstables, protected '«fae-Town, and «hose who have with so much jQfallantrv and Perseverance, co operated with the Parties in the Brno,, to accept, h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

ass 3^s^;^-2^3SÇ-2^ Kf- íbr LIST of "RUNAWAYS, see Supplement,^ HO BJ AT TOWN: PRINTED BY ROSS .AND HOW»,; Government Printers ¡

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

i.". ' . ' -; ? AND :> ."' ????r. .';'?;. \> i]> ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWAÏ^D. WHÈREAS JOHN SPICER*\a " Corporal in His Majesty's Fortieth; Regiinejn, was, on Thursday'the,Eigli^, Day of September last; most inhumar.Djf murdered ina Mitr.lr near to the Shannon Tier of Hills, by! a Banditti of MW whose Names are at present unkn.pvvn, a! Reward of One Hundred Pounds wi.ll b^ paid to any Person» not a Ptiticipal .¡ii ihé Deed, who shall give stich inlbrm,iif lion as will lead to the Apprehension - -and-¡f-***»*V"*it>fxi*-...-Ä.r: A.h.íí- -:?? B!a.*iJ.,^Vi-f^.n.*£ *tfcN>' And v ï um authorised! 'bv^ the Li RUTEN A NT Goy«'ÍlN'OBv,l0''.'Í¡n^ known, that, in addition to the abctyfc Reward, a "Free; Pardon will be ¿¡véneto ' any Prisoner, now under the Sentence; of the Law, not a Principal in the sara! Deed, who shall give such ¿nfrimaifon:3*; will,be.the Means of apj)reh$ndiiig.añ(!. Convicting the said Murderers.- ";;";..;.""!;./'?. .'. :" A. W:'H.JÍümp:h.re.y,;J-'. .¡v ...

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GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER Government House, Hobart Town, November 25, 1825. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER* Government fíouse, Hobart Town, , November 25, 1825. nPHE Clergy, Magistrates, and Officers .*. of the Colony, Civil and Militaiy, and such other Gentlemen as are desirous of being introduced to His Excellency the Goveknor-in-Chief, His Honor the Lieutenant Governor requests will attend at the Goveinmeut vHouse", at One o'Clock To-monow. By His Honor's Command, John Montagu, Secretary.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 26 November 1825

I .-.'..". To Hie Editor, - ! s vSiiR,!-! beg' uo> addit^* you' a few remarks, in the hope that you shall be persuaded, that the time has now arrived, if ii be not some time passed, when your Pajper should be decisively closed againsi all r)otice of Mr. M «Tray, respecting whom .the Readers of 'the newspapers Of Van Diemen's Land, have been no less-than worried for the last t no or tttre^in;Vhtlirs\ It may appear somewhat contradictory io those sentiments, ïbat' Í should request a ^column or two in your Gazette, for the insertion of a few observations, on the .triumphant épi\6me:of his life, -with which he seem s to think ~h e ' h as "g ív'ejn i h e coup de grace to hh"-assassine"' it:is"'in the .hope of closing the contest, thin J am .induced to lose time, which might:be so much more agreeably emplôyèd, ôa;.fso barren and. ungrateful a'-s'ubject.. . lC K:" ' -;': ÍVhas al¡vays appeared ,torihoxei¿\$6^ may. possibly be justly deemed the- best qualified ;to*pronounce a judgment,,,...

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