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

o A SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. FRYETT, Without Referve, on the Premifes in Harrington itreet, adjoining the Brown Bear, on Tuefday next, the 23d inftant, TfOUR Capital Strong Brick-built Two-ftory .*? Iloufes, divided by party-walls carried up to the roofs, with out-houfes, front and back yards, &c, the whole neatly finifhed and furrounded with lofty paling, and fit for the immediate reception of genteel private perfons or families, within one minutes'walk of the Town Rivulet.-The Houfe, 3So. 1, is well calculated for a Store, of which there is a great want in that crowded and improving neighbourhood.-Payment to be made in approved bills for cafh or wheat. BY MR. LFVV1S, At the Stores of Meflrs. Kemp and Co. Macquarie street, on Tuefday next, the loth instant, at 12 o'Clock, for the Benefit of thofe concerned, NE Hundred and Thirty Ilogfheads of Dama- ged Porter, brewed by Felix Calvert and Co. London.-Prompt Payment. BY MR. LEWIS, On Thurfday, the 25th instant, at IQo'Clock, ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 13 April 1822

BRITISH EXTRACTS. I, At the Meeting at the Royal Exchange, Dublin, onTuefday last, for the purpofe of raising a subscrip tion for a testimonial, to commemorate the vifit of his Majesty, Mr. O'connell proposed the erec- tion of fuch a Royal Refidence, as would be worthy of the Monarch and of the Iriih nation. In a few minutes several thousands were subscribed. The polTcffion of a Palace, obtained in so flattering a manner, may.induce his Majesty to frequent the capital of the fister kingdom. It is his Majesty's intention to visit Ireland every three years. According to the Dublin papers, the sums sub- scribed for the national testimonial in honour of his Majesty's visit, amounted on the 4th October to .£10,053. At Howth, the fpot upon which his Majefty firft fet his foot upon Iriíh ground, has been exca- vated ; tv/o excavations have been made in the granite upon which his Majefty firfl flood j they are to be covered with brafs plates, and between them a pillar erected, furmounted by...

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

PROCLAMATION, By His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Balht Captain * General and Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, t$c §c. ¿fe, HEREAS the Powers and Duties of Coro- ners are not fufficientJy eftablifhedj-For Remedy hereof, Be it, and it is hereby ordered, declared, and dire&ed, that where it happen? that any Perfon comes to an unnatural Death, the three ncaréft Confiables fhall give Notice thereof to the Coro- ner ; Otherwife, if the Body be interred before the Coroner come, or lie till Putrefaftion, without fending for him, thofe Confiables (hall be amerced, at the Difcreiion of the neareft Bench of JVJagif trates.-Notice having been given to the Coroner, he is to iflue a Precept to the four, five, or fix neareft Confiables, to return twelve honeft and Jawful Men, to appear before him, and make an Inquifition thereof. If the Confiables make not a Return, or the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 April 1822

Government and General Orders, Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, April 19th, 1822. TUESDAY Next, the 2Sd Instant, being the Day appointed for celebrating the Anniverfary of His Majrsty's Birth-Day, itwiil bcobferved as a Holiday throughout the Settlement. At Sun-rife, the Royal Standard will be hoisted at Mulgrave Battery, and the Union at Mount Nelibn.-At Noon a Royal Salute will be fired j and the Detachment of the 48th Regiment, under the Command of Major Bell, C. B. will fire a Feu-de-joie, in Honour of the Day. The Afliftant CommiiTary General will caufe to be iffucd to each of the Non-commiifioned Officers and boldiers, One Pound of Freih Meat, and Half a-Fint of Spirits, to drink His Majefty's Health. The Afliftant CommiiTary General will alio caufe to be iiTued, a Pound o( Freih Meat and Haif- a-Pint of Spirits to the Superintendants, Overieers, Confiables, Sec in the immediate Service of Go- vernment, on this Occafion. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H...

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FROM LATE BRITISH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 April 1822

FROM LATE BRITISH PAPERS. The public roads in many parts of France are un- dergoing great improvements ; and, it appears, on Mr. Adams's plan, as the materials, broken into small pieces, are seen lying by the sides of the roads, as in England. The Archbishop of Paris, Cardinal Talleyrand de Perigord, died at Paris, at 5 o'clock, on Satur- day morning. His Eminence was 85 years of age, and was created Cardinal and Archbishop of Paris in 1817. His fidelity to the House of Bourbon, which was finally rewarded by the highest ecclesi- astical preferment, was tried and found unalloyed during the adversity of his Sovereign; to whom, in his character of Grand Almoner, he remained at- tached, during his exile, and with whom he return- ed to France in 1814. By his death Louis XVIII. will have a mitre, and his Holiness a Cardinal's hat, to dispose of. The celerity with which architectural works are undertaken, and executed in this city, is truly astonishing. But the most extraordinary instance ...

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CRIMINAL COURT.—SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 April 1822

CRIMINAL COURT.-SYDNEY. Monday, March l8.-Mary Ann Lyons was indicted for the wilful murder of Thomas Clarke. From the evidence it appeared, that the prifoner at the bar had cohabited with the deceased for five years past ; that, on the 6th of January last, in the evening, some words occurred between them, an event far from being unusual, when the prisoner seized the opportunity, wilfully and deli- berately, and evidently with malice aforethought, of striking the deceased, her miserable associate,   with a hammer on the head, which, in six days after, terminated his earthly career. It was clear- ly proved, that the blow was not given in the moment when excuse might have been offered for exaspcration, but after passion should have long subsided. Circumstances also came out on the trial that evinced the ill-fated woman had an eye to the property of the deceased, with whom she was then criminally living. The case was made out to the satisfaction of the Court, and the pri- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 April 1822

Sales by Auction. BY MK. LEWIS, t his Stores in Liverpool-ftreet, on Wednefday next, the 24th Inftant, at twelve o'clock pre cifely, BRAZIL tobacco by the basket, fugar by the bag, tea by the cheft; cambric, jaconet, and 300k muflins j childrens' frocks and trowfers of foes, ginghams, table cloths, wine glafles, tum- blers, decanters, green baize, Bengal calico, look- ing glafle*, a great aflortment of books India handkerchiefs, shawls, imitation ditto, nankeen, blue gurrahs, Englifh print, and a variety of other goods.-Prompt Payment. i »Y MR. FRYBTT, At his Auction Mart, in Bathurft-ftreet, onThurf I day next, the 25th Inftant, at 12 o'Clock, HT WO casks of rum, a quantity of wine, white .*. lead, black paint, turpentine, paint oil, white and yellow nankeen, checks, fugar, lamp cotton, cotton ihirts, looking glafles of fizes, telefcopes, foleidefcopes, mot belts, needles, pins, ftraw hats, double-banel fowling pieces, batten nails, a black fmith's anvil, door locks, threads of col...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 April 1822

"WESTON LODGE ESTATE.-To be SnJd *^ or Let, thar valuable Estate and well-known beautiful Kefidence, called u Weston Lodge," at New Town; comprifing a handiome Dwelling, houfe and 50 acres of Land, fituate in the most agreeable part of the feulement on the Derwent, Ö mile-i from Hobart Town. The Houfe, con- sisting of 2 good parlours, houfekeeper's room, kitchen, 2 fine large brick cellars, and 3 fleeping rooms, comoiands the richest views. Of the Land, 10 acres are fine meadow, laid down with Englifh Grafs Seeds, which produced upwards of 2 tons of hay per arce for the three last feafons ; and 10 acres cultivated on a rich bottom. From the con- tiguity of this Eftate to Hobart Town and the Government Domain j its fituation in the moil opulent and bert cultivated diftricl ; its vicinity to the new-eflabliihed malting and brewing concern, and its command of both land and water carriage, the advantages it pofTeiTes are confidered un- equalled, either as a genteel refidence, or with a ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 April 1822

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate - Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. Ship News. - Arrived on Sunday last, from Bengal direct, which she left the 27th January, the ship Medway, Capt. Bothwick Wight, with a valuable cargo of merchandize, and the following passengers ; namely, C. C. Hyde, Esq. of the Civil Service; Major Rodber, and Captain N. Campbell, both of the Horse Artillery; Lieu- tenant V.Jacob, of the Bengal Infantry ; Mrs. and Miss V. Jacob; Mr. Sinclair, of the Pilot Ser- vice; and Mr. A. N. Drummond.-The Super- cargo of this vessel is, James Davidson, Esq. and the Surgeon, Dr. Robert Garrett. Same day the ship Providence, Captain Herd, which was reported in our last to have arrived in the river, came up to port. On Thursday the ship Tiger, Captain Brash, arrived from Port Jackson in 7 days,-Passengers, Lieutenant Gardiner, of His Majesty's ship Daunt- less; Dr. David Reid, R. N. late Surgeon Super- intendant of the Providence ; J. T. Watson, Esq. and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 April 1822

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, April c26th, 1822. npHE Building erefled for the Reception of a -*? Portion of the Convias employed in the Government Works being; now ready for Occu- pation to the extent of 100, this Number will be ieleâed; and they will commence being placed in the Barrack on Saturday, the 4thof May. Thefe Convicts being wholly clothed, lodged, and victualled at the Expenceofthe Crown, their entire Service is to be devoted to Government ; and they are accordingly to Work from Sun-rife to Sun-fet ;-Time being allowed for Meals as fpe cified in the Regulations. The Prifoners will wear a Drefs with diftinctive Marks. A Code of Regula- tions having been drawn up, and approved by the Li but. Governor for the Conduct and Manage- ment of the Convict Barrack, in all Branches, these Regulations are to be ftrictly enforced and obeyed ; and the Superintendant, who is to refide conftantly therein, will be refponfible for the Cleanlinefs, O...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esquire. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 April 1822

    HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esquire. Ship News.—Sailed on Wednesday last the ship Providence, Captain Herd, for New Zealand, in ballast. The Royal George, it is expected, will sail to- morrow for England, via the Cape of Good Hope. The Anniversary of His Majesty's Birth-day was celebrated on Tuesday with the usual de- monstrations of loyalty and respect. The Royal Standard and Union were hoisted at sun-rise ; and the Royal Salute, and the feu-de-joie by the de- tachment of the 48th Regiment, were fired at noon. In the evening, His Honor the Lieutenant Governor entertained at dinner, at Government House, the Public Officers and Magistrates, and a large party of Gentlemen, in honour of the day. Besides the wheat on board the Royal George for the Cape of Good Hope, there are shipped by one Mercantile House 129 bales (at 40,000 lbs. weight) of wool, the growth of Van Diemen's Land, and the consignment of two individuals here to the Mother...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 April 1822

Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 27th, 1822. THE Government Messengers between Hobart Town and Launceston are to meet and exchange Bags at the New Inn, lately licensed to Jonathan Kinsey, at Sorell Springs, formerly called Tin-dish Holes, 2 Miles beyond York Plains. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Commissariat Office, April With, 1822. TEA.-Tenders to supply His Majesty's Stores with One Thousand Pounds of Tea, will be re- ceived until Thursday next. A. Moodie, A. C. G. VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. General Committee - April 15, 1822. Edward Lord, Efquire, Prefident, in the Chair; Hr solved,--That the Society be recommended to render every poflible fupport to the Order of His Honor the Lieutenant Governur, relative to the price of labour, by itriclly adhering thereto in every particular. That Mr. Jofeph Whitfield, a Member of this Society, haying caused John Kennedy to be appre- hended, on a charge of sheep-stealing, the Special Committe...

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Heads of European Intelligence, with Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

Heads of European Intelligece, with Extracts. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland and family were expected to arrive in England early in the spring from the continent. The beautiful Princess of Salms, daughter of Her Royal Highness, who is 19 years of age, was parti- cularly noticed by His Majesty while at Hanover. That beautiful place, St. James's Park, is now lighted with gas, during the autumn and long win- ter evenings. Letters of administration of the personal estate and effects of the late King of Hayti, were, on the 3d of October, granted by the Prerogative Court, to his widow and relict, residing in London. The property within the diocefe of the Archbishop of Canterbury was swom under 9,0001. Government have entered into a contract for 10,000 loads of mahogany for ship building, on account of the high price of oak timber, and its liability to the dry rot. New Application of the Congreve Rocket.-The ship Fame has returned to Hull, and Capt. Scoresby has ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

Police Office. Hobart Town, May 4th, 1822. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD.— Whereas   William Davis and Ralph Churlton, whose   descriptions are underneath, stand charged with stealing, on the night of the 26th of February last, one Hundred and Seven Sheep from the Farm of John Cassidy, at the Old Beach ; and whereas the said W. Davis and R. Churlton, on the night of Sunday last, made their escape from a Guard in whofe custody they were at Roseneath Ferry, and are now at large ; a Reward of Ten Pounds each will be paid on their being lodged in His Majesty's Gaol at Hobart Town. By command of A. W. H. Humphrey, Esq. J.P, Superintendant of Police, W. ENGLISH, Clerk. W. Davis (XII. free by servitude)—5 ft. 6½ ins. high, brown hair, grey eyes, 38 years of age, was tried at Taunton in 1807, and sentenced to be transported for seven years ; he arrived at Port   Jackson in the ship Admiral Gambier, and here in the Union ; was born at Bristol, and lately resided...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

Government and General Orders.   Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, May 3d, 1822. JOHN Lucas, at Brown's River,' is appointed a Constable for the District of Kingborough and Queenborough. John Cassidy, of Old Beach, 13 appointed District Constable for the District of Forbes. Joseph Railton is appointed an extra Con- stable, attached to the District of Gordon Plains, Port Dalrymple. Mr. Adam Amos is appointed a Diltrict Con- stable at Swan Port. Mr. Amos is alfo appointed Pound-keeper at Swan Port, under the established Regulations, By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Government Public Notice. 24i/t April, 1822. THE Occupiers of Allotments of Ground, bor dering on the Town Rivulet, who may intend to face the Bank of the Stream with a Stone or Brick Wall, are requefted to give Notice to me prior to commencing fuch Work, in order that the Line of the Wall may be correctly fiked and marked, fo as to guard again ft any Encroachment...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

WHOLESALE Wine and, Spirit Waçhoufe, ** Liverpool-str,eet|-r,PRTl«RvTÀYL9R(>& Co. having jcpn^niençed tBufinefsiast Wine anil Spirit ^Merchants, in thofe Î'fèmifes Ve'twéèn 'the* Houfe of John Beamont, Efq. and Mr. Brown, Baker, in Liverpool-street,' wifh a 'choice Stock of Wines,* Spirits, and-Cordials, which they are refolvedto fell on the lowest poíííble terms, and,- a» they con- fine themfelves to this Branch of Bufinefs, hope to merita ihare of PublioiJavour. . Fromthe Corre fpondents and Connexions they have formed,they will foon be enabled to ihew fuch a flock as has not been furpafied in this Colony. The prefertt ftock confiftp of a variety of Wines ; Cognac Brandy at 2Is, per gallon; Hollands' Geneva 18s.1 per ditto ;> Rum 16s. per ditto; Shrub, Dutch Cinnamon, Peppermint Cordial, -Ginger and Spruce Beer, &c. &c. Sec. N. B.-The Trade fupplied. ##* Wines fined and bottled for Private Families in the firft ftyle. "[MESSRS. J. & S. Spode, ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. General Committee—April 15, 1822. EDWARD LORD, Esquire, President, in the Chair; [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. General Committee - April 15, 1822. EDWARD LORD; Esquire, President, in the Chair;   RESOLVED.   That the Society be recommended to render every possible support to the Order of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor; relative to the price of labour, by strictly adhering thereto in every par- ticular. That Mr. Joseph Whitfield, a Member of this Society, having caused John Kennedy to be appre-   hended, on a charge of sheep-stealing, the Special Committee do prosecute this offender accordingly. That Captain Blythe, a Member of the Society, having taken measures to apprehend two persons suspected of sheep-stealing, the Special Committee do prosecute these offenders at "the expence of the Society. That the first Annual Shew be in Hobart Town,   on the first Wednesday in December, 1822. Class No.l. That the Greater Medal of the Society be given 1. To the person who shall produce the best 2 years old f...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. Robert Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

Sitting Magistrate-Rev. Robert Knopwood, M.A.   Ship News.--Arrived on Tuesday last from England, the transport ship Richmond, Captain Kay, with 159 male convicts, one having died on the passage. - Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. J. B. Wilson, of the Royal Navy. The guard com- prises a detachment of the 3d Regiment of Infan- try (Old Buffs), commanded by Lieut. Wright, of the same Regiment. She left the Downs the 6th of December, and touched at St. Jago's. On Thurfday arrived from England alfo, the tranfport-fhip Mary Ann, Capt. Warington, with 107 female convicts-one dying on the paffage. The Surgeon Superintendant of this veffel is, Dr. Hall, R. N.-Paffengers, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, and Dr. Moran. On board this fhip there are alfo 11 free families (includingchildren45 in number), who have come out, at the expence of Government, to join their relatives in thefe colonies. The Mary Ann has not been 4 months from England, and on her paffage touched at Rio de Janerio, at which...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 May 1822

TO be SOLD by Private Contract, a new commodious weather-boarded HOUSE, containing   three good Apartments, with a large Kitchen, and an extensive Garden at the back, situate near Mr. Fisk's Mill, in Liverpool-street. For further particulars apply to Mr. Walford, sen. in the   same street. TVrOTICE.-Mr. Abrahams will "take1 Cattle *.* or Sheep to Graze, at his Farm, Broad Marib, River Jordan, on the ufual terms.-Applications to be left for. Mr. Abrahams, at Mr, Pitt's Inn, Green Ponds. N. B.-Comfortable iheds over the stock-yards to keep the iheep at night from frost and rain. NOTICE is hereby given, that all Sheep or Cattle found trefpaifing on my Farm, in future to' be known by the name of ' Eglestone,' on the Macquarie River, oppofite Emu Pointy lately in the occupation of Mr. Edward Miller, will be .driven to the pound, and the owners pro feciijpd for damages and costs« . Jo*m Headlam? w r npO be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. FRyBTT, *? .onthe Premifes, ia Ha...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 May 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate — Thomas Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.—Arrived on Wednes- day last, the Kent whaler, Captain Graydon, of London ; having been 22 months from England :—Since which period she has been successful in procuring 200 tons of sperm oil off the Fejee Islands. The Kent comes here for refreshment, and to fill up with black oil. Sailed on Sunday last for Macquarie Harbour, H. M. C. B. Duke of York, Mr. Chase, com- mander ; having 35 male and 2 female convicts on board, under sentence of transportation to that Set- tlement, with stores for the use of the place. This morning sailed for Port Jackson, the ship Richmond, Captain Kay. The Mary Ann, Captain Warington, and the Medway, Captain Wight, will sail to-morrow for Port Jackson. Remain in the harbour and river, His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold ; the ships Mary Ann, Medway, Tiger, and Kent ; the brig Jupiter ; and the schooner Victorine. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor inspected the female prisoners, on board...

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