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Proclamation, By WILLIAM SO[?], Esquire[?] Lieutenant Governor of His Majesty's Settlements in Van Diemen's Land, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 April 1817

1 ^EToelaina 11 on ¿ ::. ^Gov^nnr ttf.fàs.tyvjçjtylft StUJwtMS in .. <!rKan Dtfimtn's ¿.anti $% #c, .üc...«* ,(':-) '.'. i ' ¡ . ! . l . '" " I*. , . . t' r, ?«*' ff) il * KI lfH¡5AEA^.t:fSQmb,'^tipt?ípf Q#°étader* hasfor fomeítitae ex .nifted in! thenlnterroro^.'tjiitflfl^d, tel th»groat ¡f njury otith« ¡priuf ilçiaû* Setter iTTAnd wJiçreM there il Tcafoo Xo bçlifcve Ahty tica et .Imelligrinçeia Held, bet jv«en:th«riQftendera# mque/lion» .*rid<jwt*m ir 1tL»<#4pcrfed H^rM?, ii> dire£t/Bre*»çhof thej-aw ; and*,, it 'being i-f !/ ¿Ketóimofbí^ófequjBnce, tyuh, a Vjew toxhe tßiirtirtaiiqn^-'.fuch SÍ Enormities',) tbatiflïj Prions, guilty >of theJfhigrv!y &rirnjn.ali*.*?t of ¡íí'hoMm^in.tefcourJowHh a Ba.nchof Kobbtír¿Vf$>oQÍd,be b/pyght to IffifdddigiDprjíritíhment;:.,, - -, . _ w ,.,,¡] <.., "i^n , /1- ,',// :)ji . '. <: ¿nr¿*d 'ti i;*-3l!; !-\i. '?' f : " f'f .. a-lï ''rlíPfÜ;'" i ^LfcL'-arltGi' il »i U.. ° His HU...

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 April 1817

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES PROCEEDINGS. On the 14th inst. William Rollands and John Burke, servants of the Crown, were charged with leaving Hobart Town, with an inten- tion of making their escape into the woods, and joining the Bush- rangers From the evidence of ORMSBY IRWIN, a Crown servant and Overseer, it appeared that he had occasion to be at Mr. O'Bri- an's farm, at Humphrey's River, beyond New-town ; when Burke and Rollands came to the premises. IRWIN having some previous knowledge of the prisoner Burke, inquired their business in that quarter, when he replied he was to be the means of guiding a party of soldiers going in quest of the bush-rangers. Not having a pass   and the account they gave being unfatisfactory to IRWIN, he took Burke into custody, and Rollands made his escape. John Gregory, a Crown servant, who was in company with Irwin, confirmed his statement. The prisoners, in their defence, acknowledged they were absent from Hobart Town without a pass. The Magis...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 19th April, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 April 1817

GOVERNMENT ARD GENERAL ORDERS, GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 191h April, 1817 CIVIL DEPARTMENT             HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, finding Claims brought forward Daily by various Crown Servants as holding Tickets of Leave, such Tickets of Leave not having been Published or acted upon, in any way, prior to the Transfer of Government on the 9th Instant, nor included in the General Return of Crown Serv- ants given in by the Inspector of Public Works, dated the 11th of this Month, deems it necessary to declare that no Ticket of Leave is Valid which had not been exhibited to the Inspector of Public Works prior to LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SORELL'S assuming the Go- vernment on the 9th Instant.       In order that no Person may be misled upon this Subject ; that all may be informed of their Situation and Duty ; and, that a com- plete and accurate Account of a...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, 18th April, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 April 1817

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, 18th April, 1817.         CIVIL DEPARTMENT           HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR wishing to mark his approbation of the zeal, bravery, and good conduct displ- ed by Sergeant M'Carthy, of the 46th Regiment, in capturing and bringing in as Prisoners William Peck and Robert Lee, two Crown Servants, whom he met near Jericho on the 14th of March, with Arms and Ammunition, under strong suspicions of intending to join the Band of Robbers now in the Interior, directs that a Reward of Five Guineas be paid to Sergeant M'Carthy from the Police Fund. The Conduct of Sergeant M'Carthy on this occasion may be justly held up for Imitation; and it should be a Proof to all Settlers how   far an Exertion of Firmness and Resolution will avail, in defeating the Intentions of Criminals of any kind. If ...

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—A. F. KEMP, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 19 April 1817

Hobart Town ; SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 1817: SITTING MAGISTRATE.-- A. F. KEMP Esq By the arrival of the Government messenger from Port Dalrymple   on Wednesday, we are enabled to inform our Readers, that His   Majesties Colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta, Mr. WHITE commander had arrived from Port Jackson on the 7th Inst. with 66 male prisoners     on board; 30 of which were landed there, and the remaining 36 were destined for this Settlement; and as that vessel was to sail on the 10th She may be hourly expected in this harbour ; also,         that the Ship Hunter had sailed for Port Jackson. The schooners Mary Ann and John Palmer were employed in receiving on board their respective Cargoes of wheat, for Sydney, The Rev. JOHN YOUL is expected shortly At Port Dalrvmple, AS Assistant Chaplain there. The inhabitants will then have the benefit     of this Gentleman'...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, April 26, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

?Government-& General Orders. GOVERNMENT Houit, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, April 26, 1817. CtVll DtPARTMtNTt TJ EFEiRRÏ^G to the Government and General Order of the 14th 4*- Inftant,efwbli(hing Regulations rcfpeäing Paffes to Govern- ment Men : 1.-his hereby further ordered that all Paffes for Crown Serr- ants, in private Empt y ment, are to exprefs, upon the Face of them, the Name of the Employer, in addition to the Place to which the Man may be going; alfo, whether the Servant is to remain there, or return, and, if the Utter, the Number of Days he is to be abfent. li.--All Government Men who obtain Paffcs for fixed Periods »re, on their return, to (hew them to the Infpeftor of Public WorAs, if the Men be in Government Employ, and if in Pnvue Service, to the Police M agi (Irate, who will remark if the Pais (hall hive been exceeded» t III.-.Servants who obtain Paffes to the Dutrifts on the other Side, for a fpecific Number ot D*ys, may procure an fxtenfton ot their Pala by app(U...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

[Hi* HONOR the LIBUTKNANT GOVERNOR haï thoueht proper to direct, thit all Public Communications which m*y appear in th« HOBART 10WÜ G/iZEl T£, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, iigned with any Official Signature, are to bcconfidercd as OHicia! Communications made io thofe Ferions to whom they may relate. BY COMMAND Of Hit HONOR, \W»1 A# Ro*i,Secretary^

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, April 26, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

Government & General Orders, .-*»*<&í»i GOVERNMENT HOUSB, HOSART TOWN, ' Saturday, April «6, 1817. . ' ' \ v \ . > CIVIL DEPARTMENT« ' * HE following Orders are publiuVd for the guidance of Maflert of Ships when in the Ports of this Colony :- ' ' ', , U-All Owners and Mailers of Shipt, Britifli, Colonial or Fcr* eign, are rrquirrd by the 32a Article of the Port Regulation» to Peep »regular árm«*d Watch on hoard both by N'glit and Day : All Boats which may pafs near their Veflclt, aller night-fall, are to ba chailerged ». and.ihey aie not to futter any Boat to come a onp Culo beiueen Sun-iet and Surwife, umrls helonging to the laidt>bipor VelTel, and having on board the Crmm.'nder or a Suboidiriaiet fit« cer ; on which occjfions the Boat lo coming alongfide is to be cire* fully examined, by an Officer, belore any one is allowed tocóme on board* II.-\'o Ship or Veffel to quit her anchorage or moorings in this P<>rt, in order to proceed to...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, April 25, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, April 25. 1817. I T being the Intention of HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO- VENOR to call in all the Tickets of Leave now ex MM,- and to is-     sue New ones to such Men as shall be found entitled, as well as to establish other Regulations; It is hereby ordered that all Ticket of Leave Men, all such Government Men as are at present absent from Public Work without regular Authority, and all Government Men allowed to Superintendants and Overseers, within the Districts of the County of Buckinghamshire, do attend at Hobart Town, on Sun-     day the 4th day of May next, at Ten o'Clock, to be mustered by the   Inspector of Public Works. The Constables in the several Districts are to be careful that this   Order be fo circulated as to reach all concerned. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Govenor, W. A. Ross, Sec.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

PUBLIC NOTICE. POLICE FUND OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 26th April, 1817.       AS the Accounts of the Police Fund are now being made up, all Colonel DAVEY''s Orders as Lieutenant Governor are required to be brought in immediately to this Office:- All such as are not presented by Monday Forenoon, the 28th Inst. will not be received,   as no longer Time can be allowed. JOHN DRUMMOND, Naval Officer and Treasurer of the Police Fund.     CRAWFISH POINT - To be Sold by Private Contract, a Farm containing 100 Acres of Land, 11½ of which has been in Cultivation, eligibly situated at Crawfish point, in the District of Queenborough; together with a good Dwelling House, Skillings,     Bain, &c. - Apply to the Proprietor, JOHN COLLY, Liverpool-street. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, the House and   Premises ot Mr. John Robley in Collins-street. - For further &n...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 26th April, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 26th April, 1817.   A Party of Troops proceeds from Hobart Town every Monday, and is continued to Launceston. All Persons travelling to Port Dalrymple may avail themselves of this Protection, and the   Commander of the Party will be ordered to afford it to those   who make known their Intention. W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Tuesday, 22nd April, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Tuesday, 22d April, 1817.       THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR directs that the following Regulations be punctually attended to by the Working       Gangs of the Settlement until further Orders :— The Bell will ring at Sun-rise in the Morning for Work,   and at Nine for Breakfast : Work will be resumed at Ten       and will be continued till Three. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. ROSS, Sec.

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—WILLIAM BROUGHTON, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

Hobart Town:    SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE - WILLIAM BROUGHTON, ESQ. On Monday last a most splendid and elegant entertainment was given by the Commanders and Owners of the Ships Harriet, and Cochin and the Brigs Spring and Jupiter at Waterloo Hill, where our former Lieutenant Governor DAVEY used to celebrate the remembrance of the immortal victory gained by the DUKE of WELLINGTON. It was for the purpose of congratulating, His Honor Lieutenant Governor SORELL on his late arrival in this Island, and to express the general feeling of hope, that   Providence may guide in safety through the trackless deep to his native land our late Lieutenant Governor, that this feast took place. At 3 o'clock dinner was served up; at which were present   64 Gentlemen of the Settlement. Guns were continually firing the merry glass went round. When night approached His Honor the Lieutenant Governor and Colonel Davey retired; but the whole &n...

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TEN GUINEAS REWARD. COURT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, 22d April, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 April 1817

TEN GUINEAS REWARD. COURT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, 22d April, 1817. WHEREAS William Rollands, a Prisoner of the Crown, and now a Criminal under Sentence in the Gaol Gang, has made his escape from the Work at Government House. - Any Person or Persons apprehending or lodging in His Majesty's Gaol at Hobart Town the said William Rollands shall receive the above Reward. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, A. W. H. HUMPHREY, J. P. DESCRIPTION. - Said Wm. Rollands is about 5ft. 5½ins. high, fair complexion, pitted with the Small Pox: arrived here in   His Majesty's armed Brig Emu, in February, 1816.    

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday 30th April, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 May 1817

Government & General Orders} GOVINHSNT Houií, HOBART Towtí, Wcdneiday 30th April, 1817, CIVIL DBTARTMEKT. V *oé¿n C\i IT, Confiable of the Diftria of Black Bruíh, hav- ing ¿tosily neglected his Duty, in delaying upon the Road t Night, tvhen having in Chargea Letterfor Hu Howoathe LIBUTBWANT GOVERNOR, is hereby difmifled fr©m bia Office aa Conftabte of the ¿ifenctof'OÚck'Bruíh, and all Indigences granted toth,c íaíd Ceorg^Oarl/^in hit Office of Conftaole, are tqceafe immediately. WifLtAM PITT, Congabie of thdÓiftríct of New Town^baving «ecuted. in, a diligent and truftwôrthjr Manner, a rorari; ti^ôn which he wa» employed, the LitlUTaiíÁNtfGoVmjiiioa xvilkfccl happy in fitviífg-'áh Opportunity of .mtrKin^his a pprobàrior? of Wa Cdnduct>fcy, granting him *nf rèaforiibîé ínfl¿!¿ertce.' - By Command of Hu Honor the ¿teittenant C^JI/MV^ W;. A> Ron, Sectary, ii...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 May 1817

Hsi HOKO. the LIEUTENANT GOVEIJIIOR hat tho,,phtrprpnCr^;dirèct, tha*all'P4>t»tf¿ Communications which may War ft/the Cómmuiíicatioh* mi¿e 1o thofe Perlons lo whom ihey may relaje, . > f: s ' - V ' : '" ' / BY COMMAND ot<:'Àfs'lHO*toit'y [ W. A. Roiit>Stcrctay9

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 1st May, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 May 1817

G over riment & Ge ri étal Q rde rs. GbvUNM^T Huusi, HOBART TOWN, 'Thurfday, ist May, 1817« CIVIL Of rAÄTMftNT. Ji.LL » FOR Hie îWrjjôfe of fcftabliíhing, at rar as poffibfe* in thefe Set- tlements, the Syftem ot Mullering, Infpeeking, e and Regulating aíl Crown ßerv4tul, as well Ticket ot Leave Men as thole in pub« lie or private Sdvice, which has for lèverai Years been ordered by His kxcEiLfcNCY the GOVERNOR in GRUI in the Teni, tory of New South Wales j the following Regulations are publiftied. * « ' *" I_All Ticket of Leave Men and Crown Servants, throughout ?ne Seulement, ih whatever Employment (except Stock Men and fuch other Perlons aa the M «giftrates under particular Circum fUnces may'fee fie to exempt) will be mu ile red every Sunday as herein after directed» II-Thole in,and adjoining, Hobart Town, including Queen- borough, io attend a Muller every Sunday at Ten o'Clock by -the InípeSor of Public Works, who will lend * Lift or Abfentees, and Chafe who do not appear...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 May 1817

MR* THOMAS SALMON, of Macquarie-ftreet, bega leave to in- form the Public that he has received a Valuable Allotment of Goods per Ship Harriet, and which is NOW open for SALE at his Warehoufe, at the mod REDUCED Prices, confiding of Coats, Stocking Pantaloons, Ker fey mere and Cord Breeches, Corduroy Coatees, Velveteen Jackets, Grey and Blue ditto, Fuftain do. Duck Frocks and Trowfers, Dowlals ditto, Monkey Jackets and Fiufhtng Trow fers, Fluming Coats with capes, Ladies PeliiTes, Ladies Blue Coats with capes, Ladies and Gentlemen's light and ftrong Shoes, Looking Glades, Window Glals, Gemiemen'sHatsof different qual- ities, Gentlemen's Great Coats, Watches, Time Piece», Sugar, Braid Tobacco, and a variety of other Articles THE NEW SCHOONER YOUNG WILLIAM being to proceed from Pitt Water to Hobart Town on the 7th Instant, all Persons wishing to avail themselves of the Opportunity of sending Wheat to Town by this Conveyance are to make application to the Owner, JOHN BIRCHALL. &...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 1st May, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 May 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 1st May, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to approve of Mr. W. A. BRODRISS being appointed to       act as Clerk to the Bench of Magistrates from this Date.     By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3rd May, 1817 [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 3 May 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 3d May, 1817.       ALL Applications with respect to Crown Servants in Private Employment, whether relating to the Change of any already assigned, or to the Allotment of New Men, are to be addressed to HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR in writing, and   stating the grounds of the Application or Claim.     By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. ROSS, Secretary.        

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