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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 February 1822

HOBART TOWN   Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A» SHIP NEWS.-Sailed on Sunday morninglast, the brig Jupiter, Capt. Martin, for Port Jackson.-Pas- sengers, Lieutenant Hector Mac quarie, of His Majesty's 48th Regt, and Aide-de Camp to His Excellency Major General Mac- quarie; Capt. Powditch, of the ship Royal George; Mr. and Mrs. Ranken; and Mr. T. Dennett. - On Tuesday last, in the afternoon, the Rev. Mr. KNOPWOOD performed Divine Service in the New Building, erected as a temporary place of worship, and permanently for the District School, at Sorell Township, Pitt Water. We understand that it is the intention of the Rev. Mr. Knop- wood to perform divine service there in the after- noon of the last Sunday in each month, so long as the season will allow of his making the journey in time, after the morning service at Hobart Town. The following accounts of three snakes, re- cently destroyed in this neighbourhood, may not be considered uninteresting : Last week, as...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. In our last Gazette we stated by mistake, that Divine Service had been performed at Sorell Township "on Tuesday;" instead of which it ought to have been "on Sunday." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 February 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate -Thomas Bell, Esq.     In our last Gazette we stated by mistake, that Divine Service had been performed at Sorell Township " on Tuesday;" instead of which it ought to have   been " on Sunday."   SHIP NEWS.-On Monday last arrived from England, the ship Britomart,   Captain D. Peache, with merchandize and paffengers ; viz.   Helenus Scott, Esq. Robert Scott, Esq. Mr. Charles Henry Chambers, Mr. Thomas Midwood, Mr. John Galt Smith, Mr. James Ogilvie, Mrs. Ogilvie, and family, Mr. Maurice Smith, Mr. Thomas, Abraham, Mr. Matthew Williamson, Mrs. Williamson, and 4 children, Mr. Joseph Williamson; together with 9 steerage passengers,   intending to remain at this place. The Britomart left the Castle Forbes at the Cape of Good Hope, taking in passengers for this port. On the evening on which the Prince Leopold parted company off the South Cape, the Sophia got into Muffel Bay, and an...

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HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 February 1822

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. THE brig Sophia, which sailed on the 12th of December, under the charge of Mr. KELLY, Harbour Master (in company with the Govern- ment brig Prince Leopold), having on board the Commandant, the Deputy Surveyor General, and partof the establishment destined to form the New Settlement at Macquarie Harbour, returned to Port on Thursday, after a favourable passage of 4 days. The following Report, addressed to the LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR by Lieut. CUTHBERTSON, of the 48th Regiment, Commandant at Macquarie Harbour, has been received by the Sophia, and is published by His Honor's command : " MACQUARIE HARBOUR, JAN. 23, 1822. "SIR,-I have the honour to inform you, that   the brig Sophia arrived at the road-stead of Mac- quarie Harbour on the morning of the 30th ult. ; upon which day a sufficient quantity of stores were disembarked to admit of her passing the bar with safety, which was done the following morning. "The stores were re-embarked, and she ar- &a...

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT.—Feb. 1. Campbell v. Rennie. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 February 1822

yECJTJSNANf GOVERNORS COURT.-Feb. 1. Campbell v. Rennie, This was an action to recover from the defendant the sum of ¿"49 10s, being fora note of hand, drawn by the defend.<ni in favour of Capt. Nairn, of the 46th Kegiment, and indorsed by him to the plaintiff. The note of hand bore date 20lh June, 1818, payable eight months after date to order. The nole had been pre- sented to the defendant for payment, about two years ago, by the plaintiff, in the presence of a witness» The defendant said «it that time, " the note was paid," and shewed a receipt; huton the plaintiff's examin- ing the same, he readily replied-" It was not right;'* mid having communicated the circumstance to Cnpt. INairn, who is with his Regiment in India, received re- cently his reply, denying, that he ever gave the defen- dant any receipt. Mr. Williamson, agent to the plaintiff, lately called on the defendant, who -was at Hie time m gaol, a prisoner for debt, and demanded payment. ' The defendant s.iid,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 February 1822

Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 9th, 1822. JOHN Bitten ALL is discontinued as Keeper of the Pound at Pitt Water. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Police Office, February 8th, l»322. npWENTY POUN DSRE WARD.-Whereas ?*? John Harvey (No. (299) and Joseph Brown (No. 159), Convicts, stand charged with stealing 34 Sheep, the Propertyof Mr. Ki¿h. Kirkham, of the County of Cornwall ; and the said Harvey and Brown having absconded from their usual Place of Residence, a Reward of Ten Pounds is hereby of- fered for each of them, to any Person or Persons who shall apprehend and lodge them in any of His Majesty's Gaols on this Uland.-By Order of A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Efq. Superintendant of Police, VV*. ENGLISH, Clerk. John Harvey-(No. 2Ç)9) 5 feet 6_ inches high, brown hair, grey eyes, c6 years of age, is a groom, was bom at Bedford, has J. H. and a heart on his right arm, tried at London in June 1815, sentenced to be transported for ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 February 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A.   SHIP NEWS.-On Tuetday last sailed for Port Jackson the ship Tiger, Capt. Brash.-Passengers, Mr. James Cobb, Mr. John Fer- gusson, Mr, T. Icely, and Mr; T. Rodd.     On Thursday last sailed the ship Lusitania, Captain Langdon, for Macquarie Island and Eng- land. - Passengers, Mrs. Langdon, Miss Browne, and Mr. Robert Maskilyne.   The colonial brig Prince Leopold, having re-   ceived a supply of provisions, &c. at Port Dalrym- ple, was expected to prosecute her voyage on Sun- day last.-We regret to state, that during the severe and contrary gales which the Prince Leo- pold encountered, she lost a seaman, named Richard Rose, overboard, who fell on the anchor-stock from the fore-top sail yard. Her main-boom was car- ried away ; the main-sail split ; and one of her boats was dashed to pieces, as well as the bull- wark stove in by the force of the sea. MAR...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 February 1822

Provost Marshal's Office, Feb. 16th, 1822. In the Supreme Court. Nokes v. Hayes the Younger.   I WILL Cause to be put up and bold by Public Auction, at the Veranda House, in Hobart   Town, on Thursday next, the 21st instant, at 12 o'clock, by virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias issued in the above cause, a Freehold Estate, containing 30 acres of Land, situate at Bagdad, the property of the above Defendant, unless the execution there- upon be previously superseded. JOHN BEAMONT, Provost Marshal.     THIS is to give Notice, that the Farm adver- tised to be Sold in this Day's Gazette, by the Provost Marshal, situate at Bagdad, and known by the name of Hayes's Farm, is the absolute pro- perty of the undersigned ;-The public are therefore hereby cautioned against purchasing the same ; and all persons trespassing thereon, after this no- tice, will be prosecuted as the law directs. KEMP & Co. ☞ Description of the above:-30 Acre Farm,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 February 1822

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 16th, 1822. THE Lieutenant Governor proceeding on Public Duty to Port Dalrymple on the 20th Instant, all Reports upon the current Service to be made, during His Honor's Absence, to Major Bell, C. B. Com- manding the Troops in this Settlement. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 16th, 1822. JOHN Bell is appointed a Constable, attached to the Naval Office, in the Room of Wm. Davis, dismissed. John Jones, Constable for the Black Brush, is dis- missed. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Commissariat Office, Feb. 16th, 1822. MEAT and WHEAT.-Tenders to Supply His Majesty's Stores in Van Diemen's Land with Fresh Meat and Wheat, for the Quarter commencing 25th of March, must be delivered at the respective Offices here and at Port Dalrymple, on or before...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 February 1822

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. February 19th, 1822. THE Sea Wall of the Ground around the Government House having been much dama-   ged by People walking on the Top of it ; Notice is hereby given, that strict Orders are given to the Constables on Duty to prevent the Trespass, and to detect any Person committing it. Commissariat Office, Feb. l6th, 1822. MEAT and WHEAT. — Tenders to Supply His       Majesty's Stores in Van Diemen's Land with Fresh Meat and Wheat, for the Quarter com- mencing 25th of March, must be delivered at the respective Offices here and at Port Dalrymple, on or before the 10th of that Month. — And Settlers are informed, that the Regulations of last Year with regard to the latter will be strictly adhered to. — A. MOODIE, A. C. G. TENDER LIST of MEAT, for Quarter ending     24th March, 1822. Hobart Town, — Feb. 26 — A. F. Kemp, Esq. 4000. March 1 — Mr. D. Lord 8000. 5 — Ditto 4000. 8 — Ditto 8...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. It is again requested, that all Persons sending Advertisements for insertion in this Paper, will accompany the payment with them, as none will be received at the Gazette Office without. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 February 1822

HOBART TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate -Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. ☞ It is again requested, that all Persons sending Advertisements for insertion in this Paper, will     accompany the payment with them, as none will be received at the Gazette Office without. SHIP NEWS.—Yesterday arrived from Port Jackson in 7 days, the ship, John Bull, Captain Orman, with merchandize.—Passenger, G. Hull, Esq. Deputy Assistant Commissary General. The ship Britomart will sail for Port Jackson to-morrow. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's colonial brig Duke of York ; the ships Britomart and John Bull; and the schooner Victorine. His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR and Suite left town on Thursday morning for Port Dalrymple. The brig Sophia, which has made several voyages to Macquarie Harbour while owned by the late T. W. BIRCH, Esq, has been purchased by Govern- ment for the use of the Settlement. Her name has been changed to " The DUKE OF YORK," in honour of His Royal Highness. She will sail f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 February 1822

Provost Marshal's Office, Feb. 23d. 1822, In the Lieutenant Governors Court. Murray v. Antony. I WILL Cause to be put up and sold by Public Auction, on the Premises at Pitt Water, on Monday the 4th of March next, at 12 o'clock, by virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias, all the Right and Title of a Farm, containing 100 acres of Land, situate in that Settlement ; together with 30 acres of Wheat, and half an acre of Potatoes, growing or standing thereon, with all the Buildings erected on the said Farm ; also, a Cart and 4 Bullocks, the whole the property of the above Defendant, unless the Executions thereupon be previously su- perseded.   Morgan v. Thorn. I WILL Cause to be put up and sold by Public Auction, on the Premises at Pitt Water, on   Monday the 4th March next, at 2 o'clock, by vir- tue of a Writ of Fieri Facias, all the Right and Title of a Farm, containing 30 Acres of Land; together with a good Dwelling-house erected thereon, and a new Bullock Cart, the ...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 February 1822

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. The present month of February makes the fourth month of continued drought this season. All pretty well know that the whole of the wheat is safely in ; but the maize is in a terrible condition. That sown in and about Windfor, and its vicinity, is apparently very fine; but, upon close inspection, turns out to be moftly all stalk and leaves, — hardly any cob. The most sanguine settler now pronounces that plenty of rain might preserve, out of all sown throughout the country, about half a crop of that which was calculated on. To make up, however, for this apparent calamity, the next month's rainy visitation, which is pretty certain, may be provi- dentially instrumental in producing abundance from the forest or stubble crops. We must not too rea- dily give place to despondency, after having been so signally blessed with such a luxuriant harvest. Captain Sparks, of the brig Nereus, appeared be- fore a Bench of Magistrates on Monday (Jan. 7), to answer a breach of the P...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 March 1822

A' AT THE STORES of EDWARD LORD, Esq.-. AH descriptions of Britifii and India Goods; -Teas, sugars, piece goods, slop cloathing, &c.| of the latest importation, befides the usual exten five stock of spirits, wines, &c. of the best qua« lities and strength, at the lowest prices ; and (now I landing from the Jupiter) 10,000 feet of CEDAR, of various dimensions; in log, at a lower rate than | heretofore offered in Van Diemen's Land. %3r Settlers who have engaged to bring in their Wool, and other Growers indebted to the House, are informed, that the Wool Warehouses are now open for its reception.-This article, as well aj their other produce, already agreed to be taken in liquidation of debts, must be brought in without delay. _ TTOK SALE, bix excellent Working Bullocks, .*. with chains and yokes complete; a ftrong Bullock Cart, nearly new ; a capital lubftantial Dray; a moft excellent Steel Mill and Bolting Machine, for grinding tnd dreffing flour; two iuperior Tool Chef...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS DOWN TO OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 March 1822

BRITISH EXTRACTS DOWN TO OCTOBER. PORTSMOUTH, JULY 7.--The Dromedary, store-ihip, Mr. R. Skinner, Master, arrived here on Tuefday (2d inst.), from New Zealand and Port Jackfon, with masts, &c. in want of water, after a paflage of 140 days. Whilst laying in the river off Port Jackfon, on the 10th of February, William White and Peter Perry, two coniri¿t9 who had been tranfportcd for felony, took pof ie/fion of a boat, and rowed towards the ihip, about 12 o'clock at night ; and, it being very dark, iucceeded in getting on board into the hold undif covered. They procured a little water the fécond day, but remained eight days without food, when they worked their way into the bread-room, and took just enough to fustain life. In this fituation they remained feventeen weeks and three days, undergoing the greatest hardihips, when one of them was obferved by a foldier, and ihortly after both were discovered, and reported to the Captain of the ihip. When they were brought on deck, they...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 March 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M.A. SHIP NEWS.-Yesterday morning arrived from England, via the Cape of Good Hope, the ship Castle Forbes, Captain Ord, with merchandize and passengers; -namely, Alexander   Paterson, Esq. and Lady, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Nairne, Mr. C. R. Nairne, jun. Captain Wood, Mr. Robert Dixon, Miles Patterson, Esq. Lady, and three Misses Patterson, Masters John, Robert, and Frederick Patterson, Mr. and Mrs.   A. Reid and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ballantyne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, Doctor Murdock and family, Mr. Stephenson, Mr. Field, Mr. Russel, Mr. Forbes, Mr. Alston, Mr. Scott, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. Sockett, and Master William Evans (from the Cape), son of G. W. Evans, Esq. Deputy Surveyor General at this Settlement; together with 33 steerage passengers, being 76 in all.-The Castle Forbes has had a tedious passage, having been six months from England. Same day also arrived from Port Jackson ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 March 1822

Commissariat Office, Feb. 16th, 1822. MEAT and WHEAT.-fenders to Supply His Majefty's Stores in Van Diemen's Land with j;reih Meat and Wheat, for the Quarter com- mencing 25th of March, muft be delivered at the Tefpe&ive Offices here and Port Dalrymple, on or before the 10th of that Month.-And Settlers are informed, that the Regulations of lad Year with regard to the latter will be ftriftly adhered to._A. MOODIE, A*. C. Gt Commissariat Office, March 2d, 1822. \JtrOOL.-The Commiflariat Stores here are " now open for the Reception of Wool, of fame Quality as formerly delivered at the Lumber Yard:_A. Moomrc, A% C. G. TENDER LIST of MEAT, for Quarter ending 24th March, 1822. Hobart Toten.-March 5-Mr. D. Lord 4000. 8 -DÍÜ08000. 12-Ditto 4000- 15-Mr. G.Meredith 8000. 19-Ditto 4000. 22-E. Lord, Esq. 8000. Port Dalrymple.-March 8-J. Cox, Esq. 6500. 15-T. Archer, Esq« 6500. 22-Ditto 6500. _ A. MOODIE, A. C. G. Provost Marshal's Office» March 2d, 1822. In the Lieutenant Governor's Cou...

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PROCLAMATION, By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 March 1822

PROCLAMATION, By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, Captain Generaland Go- vernor in Chief in and over the Territory of N#w South Wales and its Dependencies, ¿fcv WfHEUEAS, in order to prevent the great ** mischiefs which may arife from explolions, occafioned by the ikeeping and carrying GUN- POWDER, in too great quantities, or in an im- proper manner, the fame has been by law regulated in Great Britain, and ought to become fubjecl to regulation within this Territory, Be it, and it is hereby declared, ordered, and directed, by the authority aforefaid, that no perfon or perfons shall have or kicp, at any one time, being a dealer or dealers in gunpowder, more than two hundred pounds of gunpowder; and not being fuch, more than fifty pounds of gunpowder, in any houfe, ftorehoufc, warehoufe, ihop, cellar, yard, wharf, or other building or place occupied by the fame perfon or perfons (all buildings and places adjoining t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 March 1822

C* APTA IN ORD, of the Ship Castle Forbes, Mr ' Trist, 1st Officer, Mr.Chapmu, 2d Ditto, M'.R Officer, Surgeon, and ^í r. Gi' bon, Supercargo, f tli* said Vessel, leaving the Colony, request all Ciaim>to be presented. .. 2 Ben. Curtis and J. Scott leaving he Colony by an early opportunity, request all Claims lo pros. nte*l. 2 Geo. Scarr proceeding to Sydney in ihe Ship Cas Ir Forbes, request» Claims may be presente.!._1 FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.-Whereas on o about the 22d of Feb uary last, Three Hundred and Sixty Mieep were Stolen from my Mock Hu»al Humphrey's Water.hole», St. Paul's Plaint. TheSh tp were marked T on the Forehead, and S on the cbeek and have a hole in each car.-The above Rfw.-rd i hereby offered to any Person or Per sons who shall give such Information as »hall lead to the Recovery of he Sheep, or to the Conviction of the Offender*. Norfolk Plains March 2, 1822. Thomas Smith IMPORTED per the Castle Forbes, and now   on SALE, in addition to the Goods forme...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 March 1822

VF WESTON LODGE ESTATE.-*Tabe Sold by private Contrat, that valuable Eftate and ?well'k'nown'beaùtiTûl Refidehce,"called *' YVefton Lodge," at New Town; comprifing a handfome ' J>wellmg'-houfe*and 50" acres- of Land, fituate in . ¡tfye mo# agreeable part- of the fettlement on the tDewien.t, 2 mice's from rjpbart Town. The Houfe, cpnfifting of 2 good parlours, hpufekeeper's room, Jqtctierç, 2 fine large brick cellars, and 3 fleeping rooms, commands the richeft views. Of the land, . 10 acres are fine meadow, laid down with English Grafs Seeds,-which'produced upwards of, 2 tons pf.hay per acre for the laft three feafons ; and JO acres cultivated on a rich bottom. From the con- tiguity of this Eftate to Hobart Town and the Go- vernment Domain ; its fituation in the moll opulent and best cultivated district ; its vicinity to the netv-establifhed malting and brewing concern, and its command of both land and water carriage, the advantages it pofleiTes are confidered unequalled, cither a...

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Government Public Notice. George Town, Port Dalrymple, March 2d, 1822. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 March 1822

Government Public Notice.   George Town, Port Dalrymple, March 2d, 1822. THE Black Wood and other Timber on the Crown Lands on the Banks, and in the Vicinity of the River Tamar, being required for the Ser- vice of Government, the LIEUTENANT GOV- ERNOR directs, that no Timber growing on the said Crown Lands be in future cut down or re- moved, without Authority from the COMMAN-     DANT of this Settlement. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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