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ALMANAC[?], AND ABSTRACT OF PUBLIC SALES FOR THE ENSUING W[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

A&MAKAOK, I AKn ABSTRACT OF PUBLIC SA LBS FOB TH« ÍNSUINO WlK.1 Sunday- October 6.-Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. CHURCH SBRVICC-1-ROFBR LISSOM. Morning Lessons-Daniel, eh. 3_Mark, ch. 9. Evening Lessons-Daniel, ch. 6-II. Cor.,ch. 5. Monday- October 7. Sale-Milcb Coirs, at his Mart-T. Y. Low«. Tuesday-October 8. New Moon, 57 minutes before I morning. Wednesday- October 9. Sale-Farm,*c, in the parish of' Cambridge, count»«' Monmouth, on the premises-T. Y. Lowes. General Sale, at his Mart-J. Wood. Thursday-October IO. That wholesome measure the "Beer Bill,"»mein» operation. _ Friday- October ti. Old Michaelmas Day. Saturday-October 12. Spanish galleons captured by Sir George Rooke, Ii*

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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SUPREME COURT—GAOL DELIVERY. At HOBARTON—On Saturday, 19th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

SUPREME COURT-GAOL DELIVERY. I At HOBART ON-On Saturday, 19th October. | State of the Female House of Correction, Hobart town, Oct. 24-Number assignable for Hobart, 19; do. for the interior, 30. State of the Female House of Correction, Laun- ceston, September 27.-Number assignable, 17.

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ALL ROUND MY HAT. A NEW VERSION. (From Hood's Comic Annual for 1839.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

ALL AOtJNblî^rUï!*8^^! , a raw vaattoH. (From Hood's Comic ?Atdtmäfor 1839. i Come, my old hat, ray steps attend I However wags may sneer and scoff. My castor still shall be roy friend, For I'll not be« castor-off. So take again your olden place, That always found you fit and pat Whatever mode might please the race All round my hat!-all round my hat I All round the world, while I've a head However I may chance to be, ' Without a home, without a shed, My tile shall be a roof to me. Black, rusty, grey, devoid of felt, A shocking shape, or beaten flat Still there are joys that may be felt All round my hat I-all round my hat I The Quaker loves an ample brim, A hat that bows to no salaam. And dear the beaver is to him As if it never made a dam. All men in drab he calleth friends But there's a broader brim than that Give me the love that comprehends All-round my hat !-*ll round roy hat ! The monarch binds his brows in gold With gems and pearls to sparkle there - But still a hat-a hat that...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

TO SUBSCRIBERS. A press of English news has caused us to omit much original matter which we had in type.

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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS.         September 30 - the brig William Carey, 248 tons, Glenday, from Liverpool, the 7th June, with merchandise - passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Gregson, Miss Craw, William Craw.   Richard Bond, and James Levin- M'Gaa, Worhim ¡t Co., agents. DXrARTORtS. September 27-the bark Katherine Stewart Forlti,® tons, Fell, for South Australia, with sundries. 29-the bark Britomart, 242 tons, Smith, for Fort Phillip. i 29-the ship Medieay, 450 tons, White, for Sydney. October 1 -the brig Marianne, 287 ' tons, Hoyle, foe London, with colonial produce-passenger, Mr. Sullittj, 2-tho schooner Adelaide, 90 tons, Smith, for Port Phillip, with'sundries. 2-the schooner Look-In, 79 tons, Murray, for Fort Phillip, with sundries. Port or Launceston. arrivals. None. DIfARTURU. September 25-the brig Charlotte, 90 tons, Trcgurlbi, for 1'ort Phillip, with 17 hors...

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INDIA. NEWS FROM CANDAHAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

INDIA. NEWS FROM CANDAI1AR. At length wc arc in receipt of direct and authentic news from Canduhiir, from the pen of one of our own correspondents. Wc Milyoin the letter entire as we have no time to abridge it. It carno via Quetta, Dadur, and Sliikarpore : Kundahar,the 25rA of April, 1339.-We are in pos- session of Kundaliar, of which place the King has just received seisin, and Sir John Keane is still iii the rear. How this has occurred, I thal I now relate. My last letter was written after pasEing the Kojack Glint, and joining the cavalry brigade. We halted at that ground till the 21st, during whieh period Hie Chiefs from Kunduhar, excepting liohiiu Dil Khan, carne out to attack us with some 3,000 horse. In spite, however, of nil their resolutions to attack and drive us back, a chappow on our camels, nnd the Mission elephants, was (he boldest act they per- formed. Having been joined by Sir J. Keane and Hie infantry, the King marched on the 21st to Kileh ('uloola Khan. The water he...

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The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1839. SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

r~ Co? Co uri tv. THURSDAY ¿VElvJIÑG, OcWbÍr à, 1830. SPIRIT OF THE ENGLISH PRESS. Times.--The following supplementary ex- tracts explain more clearly than have been ex- plained in Parliament the viewa of " Her Ma- jesty's confidential servants :"-" Though your Majesty's confidential servants resigned because they had not the confidence of either House of Parliament, yet having since taken the matter into consideration, and having become duly sen- sible of the inconvenience of giving up their salarie*, as well as their places, they have come to the conclusion, that as they have the confi- dence of your Majesty's household, they are bound in duty and loyalty to your Majesty to resume their places and their pay. Your Ma- jesty's confidential servants, therefore, present their humble duty to your Majesty, and have the honour to lay before your Majesty a statement of the difficulties with which thpir government will have to contend, and the measures by which they hope effectually to ove...

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COMMISSIONERS[?] OFFICE. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

I COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. \ October 4. Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination by the Commis- sioners appointed for that purpose, Upon or immediately after the 5th day of December next, on or before which day any caveat or counter-claim must be entered: John Bayles, ¿61a. 2r. 16p., Chatsworth, Somerset, the applicant is the original locatce; claim dated 24th August, 1839 -Bounded on the south cast by 234 chains along a location to Joseph Tien Gellibrand, commencing from the northern angle of the said location extending south west- erly and crossing the Green Rivulet, thence on the south west by a line at a right angle with the last-mentioned line extending north westerly, on the north west by a line of -234 chains north easterly crossing the Green Rivulet and extending to the south west boundary of the original grant to the said John Hayles, and on the north east by a line of 24 chains south easterly along the last-mentioned grant to...

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ENGLISH NEWS. HOUSE OF LORDS—MONDAY, MAY 27. CHARGE AGAINST COLONEL PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

ENGLISH NEWS. HOUSE OF LORDS-Monday, May 27. CHARGE AGAINST COLONEL PRINCE. Lord Brougham wished to take that opportunity of asking his noble friend, or the noble marquis at the head of the colonial department, whether any steps had been taken of removing from the militia of Canada Colonel Prince, who, if the accounts were true which had reached this country, had disgraced the name of a British officer, by directing to be killed in cold blood, four miserable prisoners taken by the Indians. The statement made against him was that, on their being brought to him, he directed them to be instantly drawn up one after another and shot. Indeed, there appeared to be no doubt about the poor prisoners having bccii thus suddenly de- prived of life, because Colonel Arthur, who had clirected'an investigation of the subject, represented it by way of palliation (hut it was done under great excitement. " My lords," ndded Lord Brougham, " there can be but one excitement which admits of a palliative, ...

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Assignments. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

Assignments.   From Prisoners' Barracks. Hobart - W. Peel, T. Vigar, G. J. Lennon, W. Graham, R. Manley, R. Joynes, C. Jordan, A. Haig, C. M'Lachlan, T. H. Braim. From Launceston - G. Robson, H. Melbourne, W. Fletcher, H. Reed, C. Webb, W. G. Sams, T. Richie, W. Skilley, J. Fossey, D'A. Wentworth, D. R. Par- ramore, J. Sprent, H. Baxter, W. Duncan, J. S. Hill, J. Cape, J.Sprunt, T. Cooper, J. Hennesy, T. Ro- berts, J. A. Eddie, J. Dyer, R. Ruffin. From Green Ponds - W. Mawle, J. W. Storey, J. Crawn, T. Stanfield, H. M. Cockerill, H. Cassidy. From Campbell Town - J. Bayles, T. Diprose, junior, J. Cowles, H. G. Brock, T. Archer, Charles Peters, J. Hollis, C. Englebert, H. Harrison, W. G. Cheine, J. Whitehead, T.C. Brownell, J. Story. From New Norfolk - T. Shone, T. Lightfoot, N. Basstian, H. Taite, W. H. Gill, W. Jarvis. From Oatlands - G. Aitcheson, J. Cahill, J. Ro- binson. From Richmond - R. Allen, W. J. Aislabie.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

MISCELLANEOUS. Coroner's Chit-Chat.-The Coroner for Middlesex pro- mises to make the inquests held in his extensive district really pleasant meetings-to relieve the ltigttbriousncss of such convocations witli light and glancing opinions of men and things. Throughout the past week the columns of our contemporaries have been gemmed with the precious sayings of Mr. Waklcy to admiring juries, summoned to discuss the causes of death and homicide, but agreeably surprised, and doubtless considerably instructed, by the political notions of the Parliamentary Coroner. The fol- lowing appeared in the Standard t " Mr. Waklcy and the Melbourne Ministry.-At the conclusion of an inquest held before Mr. Waklov, M. P., at the Turk's Head, Charlotte-street, Portland Place, the beadle of the district read the usual proclamation dis- charging the jury, and upon pronouncing the concluding words, ' God save the Queen,' the Coroner added with emphasis, ' And nor her Ministers.' A Juror: What, you don't li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

Wanted, A HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. Ewing, New Town Parsonage, ALSO, A LAUNDRY MAID. Apply to Mrs. Gazard, at the Queen's Orphan Schools, October 4. An Old Established Milk Walk. To be desposed of, an old established Milk Run, to M. gether with six capital milking cows; and, if re- quired, a run of excellent grazing ground within three miles of Hobart Town. Application to be made to Liverpool-street, September 27. It. AIatheu. The Grasshopper, High Street, New Town Road. WCHAPAIAN begs to intimate to his friends . and the public in general, that having ob- tained a license for the above house, he intends carrying on business on the English principle, by having a sup- ply of the best "Wines, Spirits, Porter, &.C., that can be purchased in the market, and it will be his study to render it a house fit for the reception of all friends who may please to honour bim with a call. ggj* Good accommodation for Travellers. N.B.-Good Stabling. Impounded, AT the public pound. Black Alarsli...

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THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, October 4,1839. , ÍIOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 214, Colonial M Secretary's Office, October 1. ' The Lieutenant-Governor has been pfosscd to direct that the following Sailing Directions for Port Essington, compiled by J. Jackson, Esquire, Master" of H. M. S. Alligator, be published for general information. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. SAlLtHO MRECTIONS FOR TORT ESSINGTON. North Coast of New Holland, December 51,1838. Ships from Torres' Straits bound to Port Essington, after passing about ten milc3 to the northward of Cape 'Wessel, should steer a course that would carry them about the same distance north of New Year's Islsnd, which lies in latitude lOdeg. 55 min. south, longitude 133 deg. 1 min. east ; from thence a course that would take them at least twelve miles to the northward of Cape Croker,-for there isa very dangerous shoal (which is not laid down in Cap- tain King's Charts,) with less than ton feet water on it, lying about seven miles to th...

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Assignments. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

Assignements.   From Prisoners' Barracks, Hobarton_C. Seal, Dr. Sharland, W. James, W. Kittlety, John Bingham, P. Maclaine,J. Sharp, L. Nathan, J. Garth, F. M. .turnbull. J. Harrison, W. Carter, H Birch, C Harrison, R. Lems, H. Calder, B. ^Waller, C. D. Logan, J. Foyle, Mrs. Thompson, W.i Fawcett, H. C. Darling, Sir John Owen, H. G. Vigar, P. G. Hogan. t From Launceston-T. Archer, W. Synnot. G.'R. Mil- ler, T. Aird, Aloses Phillips, M. Kennedy, Robert Stew- art, W Ellis, It. Scarborough, W. Brsnsgrove, Thomas Tyler, H. R. Mackay, A. Fowler, SamuelAdam, K. De Little, 3. Southall, J. A. Denham, J. Hiidson, T. Hoxley. T. Symmons, H. Palmer, T, Martin. A. Wood, John Jones, R Y.,Turner, H. Stevenson; John Waldron, T. W. Buckland, W. Kelharo, T. Hunt. ' From Green Ponds.-G. Nicholas, W. Rollings, A. F. Kemp, John Earle.   From New Norfolk-J. N. Baker. Ä Brown, N. Basstian, & Morgan, W. Barton, ,11. Reynolds. Patrick Hill, W. Dean, ft. Baker. '^^ ~ From Oa...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. The following particulars of the Massacre of the late P. Retief and his companions, are ex- tracted from the Journal of the Emigrant Far- mers :--- " We went with about 900 men to Dingaan's Town and found it deserted, and the palace of the king totally burnt down, together with the whole upper part of his town. The chief Commandant ordered all that was found to be brought together, and what- ever was in the fire, such as iron and copper, to be taken out and taken care of. We went back again, and next day, being the 21st, we fixed our camp just on the very hill where the unfortunate Mr. Retief   and company had been butchered.' The sight of the cruel martyrdom, whereof the dead bones still gave proofs, was indeed horrible to be looked at ; while the raw straps with which they had been tied, were still fastened to the bones of several of them ; and the sticks and spokes with which they had been beaten, were found   by thousands, and in piec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

F1 For Xondon direct. IHE fine fast sailing A 1 ship Tho* ma» Harrison, E. M. Smith, com- mander, is noir loading for the above ^^^__port, and will meet with quick dispatch. "For freight of wool or passage, having superior accom- modations and carrying an experienced Surgeon, apply to (he Captain on board, Askin Morrison, Esq., or Kerr, Alexander, & Co. New Wharf, August 22. For ¿London. THE fine fast sailing first obis bark .Hindoo, J. L. Van Zinlccom, commander, 310 tons register, having all _ her dead weight and part of her light freight engaged, will have quick dispatch ; has excellent accommodation for passengers, and carries an experienced Surgeon. For freight of wool or passage, apply to the commander on board,*or to New Wharf, August 22. John Boyes. For Port; Phillip. THE barque Jamet, Mark Todd, master, will be ready to receive cargo for the above place in three weeks. ?.??un i ii« Tor fricght or passage, having supeiior accommodation, apply to the Captain on board,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

MARRIED—On the 24th April, at Castledawson, by the Rev. H. F. Stevenson, Robert Vincent Legge, Esq., of Australia, to Elizabeth Graves, youngest daughter of the late Captain John Richards Lapenotiere, R.N., of Roseland, County Cornwall. The bride was given away by the Right Honorable George Robert Dawson. After the ceremony, the party drove to the residence of Captain Graves, and there partook of an elegant dejeuner. The happy couple then proceeded en route to the continent.

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 210, Colonial Secretary's Office, September 21. The period for which the under-mentioned persons were transported, expiring at the date placed after their respective names, certificates of their freedom may be obtained then, or at any subsequent period, upon applica- tion at the Muster Master's Office, Hobart Town, or at that of a Police Magistrate in the interior : Augusta Jessie-Henry Turner, lath October, 1839. Atlas-Richard Allen, 18th October ;> Charles Ander- son, 24th ditto ; William Baker, 16th do. ; John Blakcy, 16th do.; Thomas Charlton, loth October; William Carrington, 16th do. ; James Elliott, 15th do. ; George Edge, 15th do. ; Elijah Hill, 16th do. ; James Hassall, 17th do. ; John Knight, 18th do. ; James Law, 24th do. ; James Loncy, 5th do. ; Michael McLaughen, 19th do. ; William Morse, 20th do.; William Norman, 17th do. ; William O'Neil, 17th do. ; George Parkin, 24th do. ; Edward Rowett, 18th do. ; John Revett, 24th do. ; John &...

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THE SCAB IN SHEEP. Sic vos nos vobis vellera fertis oves.—VIRGIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

.THE SCAB IN SHEEP. j ?Sic vos nos vobis vellera fertis Ore*.-Vi rou. I Of the various diseases to which «'jeep are sub- ject, none is more prevalent, none aiore generally vexatious to the farmer, than the scaïi. It is a highly infectious eruption on the skin, «spreading through the most numerous} flocks in pj almost incredibly short space of time. Its appearance and symptoms are too well known to need description here ; and as any scientific inquiry into ¡»j causes and origin would have but little interest for those for whose information we now write, we shall confine onr remarks strictly to the cure rather thoa to a description of the dis- order. We have of late received repeated appli- cations for the quickest and most effectual remedy for eradicating th': scab in sheep, and also for a pre- ventive of that romplaint ; and it is in reply to our several correspondents that we now endeavour, to the best of ove ability, to comply with their wishes. Various nostrums have, within the l...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MARKETS—SOUTH AUSTRALIA, SEPT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 4 October 1839

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. I Markets-South Austhama, Sew. 20. Flour, &c- Best Xu'5 to ¿t 75 per ton ; oats Us. to I2s. per bushel ; bran 4s. (id. to 5s. per bushel ; rice 3d. per lb. four pound loaf 3s. Vegetables- Potatoes£ä0 to X'35 per ton; ditto per lb. 3d. to 4d. ; turnips Is. per bunch; cabbage and lettuce 3d. each; carrots Cd. per lb. ; radishes 3d per bunch. Meat-Beef lOcl to Is. per lb. ; mutton Is. to Is. 2d. per lb. ; veal and pork Is. Sd. per lb. , Dairy Produce-Butter, fresh, 2s 9d. to 3s per lb. ; ditto, salt, 2s to 2s. Cri. per lb. ; cheese 2s per lb ; eggs 4s per dozen_South Australian Register, Sept. 2 J. Legislative Council.-The Council met on Tuesday last. George Hall, Esq., having been appointed to act pro tan pareas Assistant Commissioner of Public Lands, took the prescribed oaths as a member of council. A Bill intituled 'An Act for the raising and organising a Police Force in the province of South Australia,' was laid on the table, read a second time, and ordered...

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