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

Government and General Orders. George Town, Port Dalrymple, March 2d, 1822. OFFICIAL Intelligence of the Decease of HER   MAJESTY, QUEEN CAROLINE, has reached the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; as announced         in the following Supplement to the London Gazette of Tuesday, 7th August. " Whitehall, August 8th, 1822. Yesterday Evening, at 25 Minutes after 10   o'Clock, the QUEEN departed this Life, after   a short but painful Illness, at Brandenburgh   House, at Hammersmith." On the present melancholy Occasion, His   MAJESTY'S Subjects in the Settlements are     invited to go into Mourning. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Commissariat Office, March 2d. 1822. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 March 1822

Commissariat Office, March Id. 102*2. WOOL.--The Commissariat Stores here are now open for the Reception of Wool, of same Quality as formerly delivered at the Lumber Yard. A. MOODIE, A. C. G -TENDER LISTof MEAT, for Quarter ending     24th March, 1822.   AT HOBART TOWN.-March I2- Mr; David Lord 4000. 15-Mr. George Meicdith 8000. 19-Ditto 4000. 22-Edward Lord, Esq. 8OOO. PORT DALRYMPLE.-March 15-T. Archer, Esq. 6500. 22-Ditto 6500. A. MOODIE, A. C. G

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 March 1822

HOBART TOWN.           Sitting Magistrate -Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS.-This day sailed for Calcutta, the ship John Bull, Capt. Orman ; having disposed the whole   of her cargo at this port. At a Bench of Magistrates held on Saturday last, the Deputy Judge Advocate presiding; James M'Euroe a convict holding a ticket of leave, was charged with violently assaulting Jane Pyers, on the highway, on the 28th of January last. In conse- quence of the prosecutrix delivering a statement to the Beach, that she had been persuaded to prosecute the prisoner, he was acquitted ; but ordered to forfeit his ticket of leave, there being no doubt of his having com- mitted the offence. John Brown, a convict also holding a ticket of leave, charged with stealing in the dwelling-house of Mr. Bostock (in whose employment he was), a bill of exchange for 50/., and two New South Wales Bank notes, one for 20/., the other for...

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

Judge Advocate's Office, March 9th, 1822. 7^" OTIC E is hereby given, that the Second -*-^ Term of the Lieutenant Governor's Court will commence on Monday, the lit Day of April next. EDWARD ABBOTT, Jun. Clerk. "~-" VACCINATION! *JPHE Colonial Surgeon having now fully esta .*. bushed the Cow Pox in this Place, again begs to remind the Inhabitants of Hobart Town and the Public, that, notwithstanding the happy Escape these Colonies have had from the dreadful Kavages of the Small Pox, the most Loathsome of ali Diseases, we know not how soon our Boast- ing may be changed into Mourning by its Intro- duction ; and, while in our Power to secure to ourselves a Safeguard against such a Scourge to the Human Race, it cannot be too strongly im- pressed on the Minds of Parents the inconceivable Blessing they are capable of bestowing on Society, by having their Children inoculated for the Cow Pox, which they may get performed at His Ma- jesty's Colonial Hospital, on every week-day, be- tween the H...

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

PROCLAMATION, By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, Knight Com- mander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of Nciu South Wales and its Dependencies, tye. %c. <$*e. ??Ä17"HBREAS the various Government and Ge * * neral Orders iffued againft Profanation of the Lord's Day, vulgarly and improperly called Sab- bath-breaking, are become of difficult reference from lapfeof time; and, whereas the good purpofes thereby intended might be better effected if the faid Orders were entirely repealed, and one Regulation made for carrying fuch purpofes into execution j Wherefore, for remedy thereof, Be it ordered and direíred, that no carrier, with any horfe or horfes ; nor driver, with any waggon or waggons ; nor drover, with any cattle ; fhall travel on the Lord's Day, upon pain that every perfon, fo offending, fhall forfeit 20s. ;-or, if any butcher, by himfelf or any other for him, with his privit...

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

HXMMMBana Commissariat Office, March 16th 1822. WHEAT.-Fifty Bushels will be received from each of the under-mentioned Persons, on the   Dates specified :- Hobart Town-25th to 28th March. Edward Fisher, Thomas Salmon, Henry Thrupp, William O'Brien, H. J. Emmett, Richard Morgan, sen. William Leviston, Francis Flaxmore, jun. Edward Garth, William Anderson. A. MOODIE, A. C. G. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, in a few Days, if not previously disposed of by Private Con- tract, Six *2-Year old Cows, Six young Heifers, and a large Bull of the improved Breed.-Apply to Mr,i FRYBTT, Auctioneer, Bathurst-strcet. CAPTAIN PAYNE, of the brig Nereus, hereby **-/ cautions the Inhabitants against giving Credit to the Crew of the said Vessel, as he will not be responsible for any Debts contracted by them. rpOR SALE, at Mr. Haywoods, the following **? Goods, imported per Castle Forbes:-An ele- gant assortment of superior British thread lace, edging, and footing; quilling net, ribbands of various p...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 March 1822

;VHOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Thomas Bell, Esq. SHÏPNIÎWS.-This morning arrived in the River the brig Nereus, Capt. Payne, with Government stores, and »orne merchandize, from Port Jackson 3 weeks, of which time she lay 3 days in Oyster Bay, wind-bound. '1 he Nereus not being able to come up to port this day, from contrary wind, weare unable to give any further particulars, till our next. The Lieutenant .Governor returned tn Launceston frein George Town on thc7lh insUnt; and is expected io arrive in Hobart Town this evening-. Very considerable improvements have, we under»land, T)cei) accomplished at George Town ; and the convicts employed at that infant establishment now, by the judi- cious measures adopted for their clasfeificalion and re- straint, exhibit an appearance of order and sygtem very gratifying. The building creeled for a place of Divine Worship and the Public School, we are happy to say, is nearly completed. In the Factory at George Town, Cloth from the coarse wools...

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

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town Saturday, March -23d, 1822 IT having been judged expedient, with a View to prevent Robberies of Stock, to establish a   Regulation, under Date 28th August I819, by which all Sheep intended for the Market of Hobart Town, and for Supply of Shipping or Exporta-   tion, should be brought into Hobart Town alive, there to be slaughtered after Inspection by the Inspector of Stock; and it being necessary to en   force the same Regulation in the Settlement of Port Dalrymple, the Government and General Order of 28th August l819, shall now be re published in that Settlement; and shall be appli- cable in all Respects to the Towns of Launceston and George-town, from and after the 10th Day of April ensuing:-And all Persons, who shall act in Contravention of the said Regulation after that Date, ¿hall be Subject to the Provisions therein made, equally in Launceston and George-town as in Hobart Town. ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 March 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate- Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. It is most satisfactory to know, that His Ma- jesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold, on her late voyage to Macquarie Harbour, rode safely out a strong gale of South-west wind at anchor in the Roadstead of Macquarie Harbour. This is the only quarter to which that roadstead is open ; and little doubt can therefore be entertained that by moorings it is practicable to secure safe anchorage for vessels outside the bar, a point most material to the navigation.-Good anchorage for a small vessel is also found under Point Hibbs, between Macquarie Harbour and Port Davey ; and thus an almost continuous succession of shelter is found from the outlet of Storm Bay Passage to Mac- quarie Harbour. The ships Royal George and Tiger are daily expected in this port from Port Jackson, to take in wheat for the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, and wool for the Mother Country. The fhip Castle Forbes will fail for Port Jack- fon in the courfe of th...

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

w Commissariat Office, March %'ôd, \W>. GOL.-No more will be received until further Notice. A. Moonip., A.C. (i. VU be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. FRYETT, *? on the Premifes, on Saturday next, the 30th Inihnvat \% o'Clock,-A commodious Family Houfe, fuuated on Potter's-hill, at the wefternen rrance of Hobart Town ; containing a large Par- lour, 3" Bed Rooms, and an excellent Kitchen ; together with a Stable, and good Garden (locked with fruit trees--the whole furrounded with a ftrong fence 6 feet high.-Two Months' Credit on approved Security._ TO be SOLD by Private Contrait, together *? or feparately, fuur fubstantial two-story Brick Dwelling Houles, ii tu a te in Harrington-street, well calculated for (mall families, A credit of 3 months will be given upon good fecurity.-For further particulars apply to Mr, PIIYETT» Auc- tioneer, Bathurst-6treet. ^O SETTLERS.-To be Sold by private con- tract, and entered upon immediately, a most defirable Farm, confuting of C3 acres, part of which i...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 March 1822

HOBART TOWN Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News.-On Thursday even ing arrived from Port Jackson, fhe ship Royal George, Captain Pow ditch, for the purpofe of taking in L freight at this port for the Cape of Good Hope and England.-'Passengers, Dr. j)nak, R. N. late ¡Surgeon Superintendant of the ship Lord Hungcr 'ford, Mr. Gregory Blaxland, Mr. G. R. Koss, Mrs. Drennan, Miss Walsh, and Master George .vPalmer ; together with several persons, who late- ly proceeded from hence as witnesses on prosecu- tions before the Criminal Court at Sydney. On Wednesday the brig Nereus, Captain Payne (having discharged her cargo at this port), sailed for port Dalrymple. Remain in the harbour, the ships Royal George and Castle Forbes; and, at Pitt Water, taking in ¿wheat, the brig Jupiter. We lament to perceive by thelaft accounts from Jiomc, that His Majesty, who Hill continued in Hanover, had been indifpofed. We give the fol- lowing extracts: Hanover, Oct. l8.-His Majefty is confider ably...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 March 1822

G A USTRALTAN MAGAZINE.-TheNumber* 1>* for January and February have arrived from Sydney; and Perfons wifhing to become Sub cri bers to this Publication may obtain the above Copies at the Gazette Office. CYDNEYGAZbTlE.-TheSubfcribersatVan ^ Diemen's Land, being in Arrears for two Years' Papers to the 15th March 1S22, and two Alma- nacks, are refpeél fully informed, that their Ac- counts will be furniihed to them in the courfe of the enfuing week ; when, it is expected, they will be good enough to diícharge the fame, fo that the payments may be remitted by an early opportunity, _A. Bent, Agent. Owen begs to inform the Inhabitants of Van . Diemen's Land, that he is carrying on his Bufinefs as a Cabinet Maker, Upholfrerer, and Mattrafs Maker, on the premifes iltuate at the corner of Elizabeth and Collins-ftreets, Hobart Town.- îvlattrafies, bedfteads, Grecian couches, fofas, tables, waih-hand stands, &c. made to order. G. O. has for Sale, handfomc fwing dreifing glafles, pie...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 March 1822

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, March 30th, 1822. EEPRESENTATiON having been made to the Lieutenant Govrrnor, that the un- restricted Opportunity of procuring Salt from the Lakes on the Crown Land, upon Salt-pan Plains, tends to afford facility to Kobberies in Stock, by enabling those who aie engaged in these Practices secretly to Cure the Meat dishonestly obtained, in the Interior of the island;-His Honor has deemed it necessary to adopt such Measures as may prevent Persons from procuring Sale from the Lakes without a License. It is therefore notified and declared, that a Per- son in Government Service is placed in Charge of the Salt Lakes, with Instructions to allow no Per- son to procure Salt without a License, in writing, signed by ttie Lieutenant Governor, This Restriction, adopted temporarily for the public Benefit and Security as to Stock, is not to be understood as intended in any Degree to impede respectable Inhabitants and Settlors f...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 April 1822

PROCLAMATION, By His Excellejicy Sir Thomas Brisbane, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, Captain General and Go- vernor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, §c. $c. £c. TIEREAS the Powers and Duties of Coro- ners are not iufficiently cftabliihed j-For Remedy hereof, Be it, and it is hereby ordered, declared, and dircfted, that where it happens that any Per fon comes to an unnatural Death, the three neareft Confiables íhali give Notice thereof to the Coro- ner ; Otherwife, if the Body be interred before the Coroner come, or lie till Putrefaction, without fending for him, thofe Conftables (hall be amerced, at tjie Difcretion of the neareft Bench of Magif trates.- Notice having been given to the Coroner, he is to iftue a Precept to the four, five, or fix neareft Confiables, to return twelve honeft and lawful Men, to appear before him, and make an Inquifition thereof. If the Conftables make not a JReturn, or the Jur...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 April 1822

TO be SOLD by AUCTION, without Reserve, by Mr. Fryett, on the Premises in Harring-       ton-street, adjoining the Brown Bear, on Tuesday the 23d instant,--Four Capital Strong Brick- built Two-story Houses, divided by party-walls carried up to the roofs, with out-houses, front and back yards, &c, the whole neatly finished and sur- rounded with lofty paling, and fit for the immediate reception of genteel private persons of families, within one minutes' walk of the Town Rivulet.-- The House, No. 1. is well calculated for a Store, of which there is a great want in the crowded and improving neighbourhood.--Payment to be made in approved bills for cash or wheat. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. NOTICE is hereby given, that a Quarterly Meeting of the General Committee will be   holden at the Ship Inn, in Hobart Town, on Mon- day the 15th Instant, at 11 o'Clock in the Fore- noon. H. J. EMMETT, Secretary. FOR PORT JACKSON.--...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 6 April 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS -Arrived on Wednesday from England, the brig Thalia,   Captain John Welsh, owner (late commander of the ship Claudine).   She brings out a valuable cargo of merchandize, and a few passengers;-namely, Miss Maria Randell, Miss Margaret Roberts, Mr. Henry Heylin, Mr. George Marshall, Mr. John Street, and Mr. Wilson.- The Thalia left Falmouth the 5th of November, and on her passage touched at the Cape of Good Hope, where she left some passengers. Same day His Majesty's colonial brig Duke of York, under the charge of the Harbour Master (Mr. Kelly), returned to port from Macquarie Harbour, alter a short passage of only 5 days. Remain in the harbour with His Majesty's co- lonial brigs Duke of York and Prince Leopold, the ships Royal George and Castle Forbes ; the brigs Thalia and Jupiter ; and the schooner Vic- torine. Yefterday being Good Friday, Divine Service was performed at St. David's Chur...

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From the Sydney Gazette of the 22d of March. SUPREME COURT.—March 15. Doe, on the Demise of Ennis v. Conway. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 April 1822

.From the Sydney Gazette of the 22cf of March: SUPREME COURT.-March 15. Doet on the Demise of Ennis v. Conway. L This was an action of ejectment to recover poi ieflion of a grant of 40 acres of land, in the dis- trict of Airds. Mr. Moore, for the plaintiff, put in the original grant from Governor Mac- quarie, dated 8th October, 181Ü. Mr. Gar- ling, for the defendant, faid that ihe claimed under an exchange of the land for prcmifes in Sydney, between Ennis and one Lachlan, and a transfer from Lachlan to her, dated 2Sd July, J817 ; but his witneffes were not prcfent to prove this cafe; and the plaintiff, who had beenfuffercd to keep pofleflion of the deed, recovered» Mr. Juftice FifcLD faid, that if the defendant could have proved r,hatthe plaintiff had received a valuable confideratibn for aiBgning the grant, the Court would have held it null and void, under the terms of the grant, as fold within the five years j and the aflignee would thus have been enabled to keep poffeilion agains...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 April 1822

BRICKLAYER & Plasterer Wanted in the Country. —Wanted, to proceed immediately to the District of Macquarie, 12 Miles from New Norfolk, a good Work- man of each of the above Class ; or one combining a Knowledge of both Branches, with Assistants. There   will be about 20,000 Bricks to lay (which, with Lime, are already on the Spot), and several good Rooms to plaster. The Tradesmen are boarded on the Premises,   which afford sufficient Accommodation for Lodging, and possess every Mean to facilitate the Work.—For Reference and further Particulars apply at the Gaz- ette Office.     MR. Edward Powell leaving the Colony by an     early Opportunity, requests all Claims to be presented.     For remainder of Advertisements, see Supplement.   HOBART TOWN : PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 April 1822

To Ne* SïTTLïBs'difirousof rïipingall thfl Advae. ttgta of Town, without fubj<-cïing themfalvea to iu f bf «vy and nunwou« Expoices. ty TO LET Immedi»trly, DAIRY FARMS, or RE- SIDENCES for bETTLERS, proviou» tolhair being «ble »o dwell on their Eftaies in the Country« Altogether, or in ihree {eparato Farm», a» m»y be agrerd upon, 600 Aerea of Land, fituated within two Mil-i of Hobart Town, on lh»t beautiful and moil de« urabi« Run of Water leading to New.town. FARM I.--Contains nn»rly 200 Acres, with ibout IO cleared and ready for Ufa ; is alfo a Houle, with fen adjoining Garden* FARM H.-Of above 200 Acres, fituated immedi- ately on the New-town Ron of Water, with a cammo» cjious, genteel, and comforuble Stone-built Houfe, late ty ercftad by Colonel Davey, containing a handiome Parlour, a Drawing Room, a'^eát Venable, a commo. dioóa Kitchen, and two Bed Rooms, will» fcvcr«l Ouu houfea for Servanti, &c,-There is alfo a Stock-yard, and an excellent and tafUfully lai...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 April 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate —Thomas Bell, Esq.   SHIP NEWS.-The ship Providence,     Captain Herd, arrived in the river on Tuesday last, from Port Jackson, but, owing to contrary winds,     had not come up to port when this paper went to press. The brig Thalia will sail for Port Jackson in the   course of the ensuing week. Remain in the harbour and river, His Majesty's colonial brigs Duke of York and Prince Leopold; the ships Royal George, Castle Forbes, and   Providence; the brigs Thalia and Jupiter; and the schooner Victorine. On Thursday se'nnight, as three small colonial vessels were proceeding to Pitt Water to take in wheat for Hobart Town, they fell in with a heavy gale of wind in Frederick Henry Bay ; which two of them encountered, safely reaching their   destination. The other vessel, we are sorry to state, has not since been seen or heard of, and is therefore supposed...

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