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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

Hit HOKOR the LIEUTENANT Govt * MOR hat thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in th« HOBART 10WN G/iZElTÊ% and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Official Signature, ate to boconfidercd as Official Communications made io thöfe Perfóiis to whom they may relate. f BY COMMAND or HIS BOMo», W. A. Rois, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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FIVE POUNDS REWARD. COURT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Tuesday, 20th MAY, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

FIVE POUN'L>S< REWARD. '. COURT House, HOBART TOWN, Ttteiday, 10th M Ay, 1817. W. Tüesday, loth M Ay, 1817. HERE AS about Six o'Cloclr laft'Night William Grace, a Boy belonging to the Ship Cochin,'was knocked down by two Men, nearly oppofite to Government Houíe in Macquarie Street, and Rob- bed of a green Scottifh plaid Boat Cloak with large capes, belonging to his Mafter, Captain J. F. Jones. His.Honor the Lieutenant Governor has thought proper to authorize me to offer and 1 do here. by offer a Reward of Five Pounds to any Per fon who will.give fuch Information as will lead to the apprehenfion and conviction of the Offenders «, A. W. H HUMPHRAY, Juftice. of the Peace.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, MAY 2[?], 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—WILLIAM BROUGHTON, Esq. A[?] of Bread, Wh[?]aten 8d. Household 7[?]. per Lo[?]f. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.-WILLIAM BROUGHTON, Esq. Assize of Bread, Wheaten 8d. Household, 7d. per Loaf.     SHIP NEWS. - On Sundaylast sailed His Majesty's colonial brig   Elizabeth Henrietta, Mr. WHITE, Master, for Port Jackson, laden   with wheat. - Passengers, Capt. AND. BARCLAY, P. G. HOGAN, Esq. Commissary, and Mr. DENNIS M'CARTY.           Same day the brig Spring, Capt. FEEN, sailed for the whaling   fishery.     On Monday arrived the ship Mary, Capt. ORMON, from Calcutta,   with merchandize - Passengers, Captain FAITHFUL and Lieut. HAMILTON: this vessel has brought 6 male prisoners from India, destined for Port Jackson; to which place it is expected she will sail to-morrow. This morning sailed the schooner Henrietta Packet, Mr Hooper master, for Port Jackson, laden with skins and colonial pr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

MR. EDWARD LORD, of Macquarie street, having in his Com- mercial Concerns given Credit (in an unlimited Manner) to many little deserving such Favor, which is proved by Regardlessness of     Payment, is now reluctantly compelled to resort to coercive Meas-   ures, unless their respective Amounts are immediately paid.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

FOR SYDNEY, and wM pofitively fail thefirft week in JUNE, the SHIP COCHIN, J,F. Joass, Commander.-For Freight or Paffage apply to Capt. J, AU Perfons having Claims on the above Ship or Crew are defircd immediately to prelent them for PavmeM ; and all thofe indebted are requeued to come foi ward and liquidate their refpe&ivc Debta to prevent unpleafant Measures being adohted. ADVERTKSEMENT. THE Valuable Cargo imported on the »Ship COCHIN is now Selling at Captain JONES'S, next door to Mr Bird.'» in M>»c« quaric*ftreet,in confequence of her early departure, at confide rabie reduced Prices, for ^ heat ^or Money, confiding of Hie following Articles; viz.-BENGAL- RUM above Proof, 1 ¡(bon Wine in quarter cafica, £ched*m $inlin caff6, real Cognac Brandy, Harper'a ard Lifbon port, bed hyfbn tea, Benares fugar, prime rounds and bri ike ti of; btef in kegs,;Bengal butter in double kegs, raifius, ipicci, ^B) azii tobacco, charoois, hemp and cotton canvas, dungaree, hue«* twines andc...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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EXTRACTS FROM LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

EXTRACTS FROM LOMON PAPERS. The following was the (taieof the Navy in Cbmmiffion in May Hd :-Ships of the line, 25} fifties, 7; frigate» and polt (hip«, 70; Hoops of war, (chooners, &c. 104; iro.iplhips, to:-total 216» The Gohath ha&bsen broken up at Chatham, and the Met maid at Plymouth. The Amaranthe, Bover, Budard, Cornet, Efcwt, Intelligent, Pa pillion, Princefs, Kartier, Thtíbe, Sarpea, Franftr, Solebay,and Vef»> tal, have been fold oui of the (ervice» . . » There are now building at the feveral dockyards named, 17 fail of the line, three frigates, and two (loops, viz.-At Portfraou'h» Prin- cefs Charlotte 98, Carnatic 74, Pitt 74, Paiaia 3.6.-^1 Pi)mou hf , Britannia 100, London 98, Agincourt 74.--At Chatham, Prince Regent no, Trafalgar 98, Formidable80, Minotaur 74-At Dept- ford, Hero J4, fculíelí 74.-At Woolwich, Hawke 74, Thunderer 74, Lynx 10 «-At Bombay, Malabar 74, Melville 74; Tnncomalee gtf, Seringapatam 38.-At Caoada, burlington 74.-At Milford) the V...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Proclamation, By WILLIAM SORELL, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of the Settlements in Van Diemen's Land, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

Proclamation, By WILLIAM SORELL, Esquire Lieutenant Governor of the     Settlements in Van Diemen's     Land &c, &c, &c. WHEREAS it has been represented to His HONOR the Lieute-   nant GOVERNOR that several Settlers and others are in the habit of maliciously and wantonly firing at and destroying, the defenceless NATIVES or ABORIGINES of this Island ; and whereas it has been commanded by His Majesty's Government, and has been strictly     enjoined by His Excellency the Governor in Chief, that the Natives of New South Wales and its Dependencies should be considered as     under the British Government and Protection ; These Instructions render it no less His Honor the Lieutenant Go-   vernor's Duty than it is his disposition to forbid and prevent, and   when perpetrated to punish, any ill-treatment of the Native Peo- ple of this Island and to Supp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 May 1817

By the arrival of the ship Mary we have to state, that the Settle- ment has received a supply of tea-much wanted here to lower the price of that necessary article, which has lately been sold at the enormous rate of from 20s. to 40s. per lb. BoxtNG.-j-The vigilance of the Police in preventing the difor der|y aflemblage of perfont, whatever be the ^ccion, was on Mon« dey lad eluded, io the no fmall fatisfaclion of the pugilid.c ama* ieurSo TwoC'hampiona, who lately arrived in Hie Co'Qny, hovi» g Il gh words, and exulting on each other's manhood, met in a field ab ut half a mile from this town. The combatants were, William Allcock   and Joseph Ibberson. They fought for twenty.five minutes, wnert     Ibbftfon was obliged to yield, although pofíeffed of gie^rer ¡ctencr & a&ivtty than his antagonift, who gained the victory by ftrergih "i-ly. On Thursday afternoon as John Billinger, servant of W. Blythe, Esq., settler near Miller's Bru...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 31st May[?] 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 31 ft May* 18174 . , CIVIL DltABTMENT» if li 'f J( ¿<s ,i u, ¡>n ;j ?ii-ii JflS fiXCELLENCV ifie ÓOVÉRtíORl in CHIEF having been pleafed to fignifyto Li suTiN ANT GOVERNOR SORELL, un his coming .lo this Settlement, his Intention not lo make any Giant of Land. Or Cattle (except thofe previöuily Promifed) during the current Year, and to defire that no Application fhôuld be for- warded upon lhat Subject, until the prefcribed Period in the next Yeal; His HONOR the LIHUTRNANT GOVERNOR makes this Public Notification of His Excellency's Dcfire, in order that thofo who have font in Applications may be acquainted with Ihe impoffi bility of their coming under His Excellency's Confederation at an earlier Period. By Command cf His Honor ¿he Lieutenant Governor^ W. A. Ross, Secretary, JOHN BLUNDELL ia appointed a Confiable for the Di drift of Hobart Town» W, A. Rpssé Secretary,

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, May 30, 1817. CIVIL DIPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

iGóvernrnent & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, May 30, 1817. CIVIL ©IPARTMBNT* TTis HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR anxious to «laceihefecurity of property in Cattle in the fe Settlements upon She beft Footing, and to hold in Check thofc Perfons who are in the habit of increafing their Herds by rthe Plunder effected by Bum Rangers: deem? inexpedient that occahonal Infpeftions oí Herds throughout the Settlement ihould bo made, under the order or a Magiftrate. Therefpeftáble Settler and Stock-owner will fee in this Regula lion a means of fécuring his Property by preventing Diíhoneft Tranf Wsand Accumulations of Cattle without inquiry : on Ihe other handle Who »in the habit of idding to his Herds by finifter means wiH ofcwrWfdicbjeWbiiolâ.^fa^ wKiclj by placing the Fncreafe or Decreafe of his Stock under Obfervation, mua expofetO deteftion difhoneft accumulation. I> will be at the option of any Settler of Stock-owner to admit or re'fufe the Infpeaiôn of his Herd...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

ADVERTISEMENT. FOR SALE, at MR. LEWIS'S in Liverpoôl-ftreet.ihe follow- ing Articles, at very REDUCED Prices, for Govt. Money. BEST Hyfón Tea, at 15$: per lb, or leis by the cady or ched Sugar, tod. per lb. by the bag Calicoes, from 30s. »to 46s. per piece Beft fu per fine broad and narrow Cloth Bed.ticking and Blankets Superior Cognac Brandy, 279. per gallon Children's and Boys beaver hats, from 15s. to 18s. each Men's Hats, from 14^0 35s d6. Bengal prints, Pellicats,&riand' kerchiefs tr Ciar & Marilla Rope, Twine & Fifhing Lines Sydney-made Shoes, 9s, per pair Ladies color'd do, 8s« 6d, do* Shoe Bruihes, Se Japan Blacking Pafte Pepper & Coffee Mills Brafs Cocks & Snuff Boxes Almonds & Ratfins RibbonB, Thread,and Needles Tapes-Bobbins Walnut and Mufhrôom Catchup Bufh Knives with Forks, and a Variety of other Articles. M ft, EDW, L.ORD having miall Week's Uazette announced hit Intention of retorting to'the moll rigid Means to Recover t...

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 31st May, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,   Saturday, 31st May, 1817. THE TIMBER on the Tract of Ground beyond the Bridge at the Cascade, and in a line to the Right and Left of that Place, being reserved for Government, all Persons are prohibited from cut-   ting any part thereof.   W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, MAY 31, 18[?]7. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—A. F. KEMP, ESQ[?] Assize of Bread.—Wheaten, 8d. Household, 7[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

Hobart town ; SATURDAY, MAY 3t, 187. SITTING MAGISTRATE.-A; F. KRMP, ESO,¿ ..*3£BC*»* . ;?; <¡ '? A filze of Bread.- W beaten, 8d. Houfehold, 7«; SHIP NEWS.-On Thurfday failed the (hip Jtfaryf: Capt. OR- ,, MON, for Port J «ckfdn. Early Yesterday morning His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO-   VERNOR left town, accompanied by Captain Nairn and James Gordon, Esq. to view the fertile plains at Pitt Water, and returned the fame evening.         AN IMPOSTER.--Thomes Burry alias John Barry, a free, man,           lately a servant to James Gordon, Esq. has, during this week, imposed on the credulity of several trades-people in this town, by passing false notes of hand and obtaining goods thereon, on the faith of the credit of the supposed signature of JOHN PRESTAGE, an industrious settler at Pitt Water.-The villain has eluded apprehensions by flight, but the ...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, 31st May, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

?Government & General Orders. GóvEKhMtiNT House, HOBART TOWN, ' 31ft M>y, 1817. WEDNESDAY NEXT, being the Anniveiiary of His MA IJHSTY'S BIRTH-DAY, it will be obíeivedas à Holiday thiough | out the Settlement. " The Troops will Ptr'aâc at Twelve* o* GOCÂ in front of Govern» went Houle, and fire a Feu-de-joie ; after which * 5*luteof Twcn ty.óne Gora will be fired from the-Platform, m Honorai. *h« Day. The Aß'.ng AflHHnt Cemnvflary General will cauieto. be ¡(Tued (o each of the Non.comm.flioncd Officers and private soldiers, One Ipound of Freih'Meat, and H«lt«a-Pint of spirits, todrin* His Ma. Ijefty's Health. » i 1 *The Aßmg AiHßantComraiflary Genera! will alfo caufe ¡to be ¡{fried to the ícver-u superintendants, Ovcrfecrs, Confiables, and o thor Pcrfoni iirtHe' z&'&\ Employ or Government^ One Pouhd'of iFrfeíh Meat, and Half-a-Pint of fpiriti each, on the above occafion. jlhe Government'Mechanics and Labourer» will bo exempted from WorA on Wednefday next. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 May 1817

- A j t ^j 4 -j? ;-Î-?-1 ? «i *- j-- ? w*'¥-..w,.n«. <>? i i p> i in ? m - . ^miwr-.i fjis HONOR the LIFUTKNANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, thst all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART 7QWNG,iZK11&* and SOUTHERN REPQHTERt (Jgned with* anyjD$ci*l Siguaupe, .a^p^beconíidercdsaiOfl.cíal Comiflunicatipna-.matíc tG thufe Peifons lo whom .they m*y trjate» - -. ., , t w. *Aa Ro«. Setrktarv.ú BY COMMAND OF H is. HONOR, : Vi- ' i .-; x »:-. .J : ¡ Wv,ßi KOS s, sumar?, i

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817

Hu Î HONOR: the- fetf*tfTENANT GOVE* MOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communiai ions which may appear in the HOBART rrOWttGAZETTSt ana SOUTHERN REPORTER, figned with any Oficial Signature, *tc to heconiidered ¿»Oficltl ,, Communications made io thofc ferions to whom they may relate, ,,.->. »v COMMAND OP HI* HONOR, W., An,R.OM,Secretary*

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Government & General Orders. COVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 7th June, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817

^ r n "i ? , -** !. ,**?:/ ' ^ "1Î: rLJilly v! ijnl-oW Gové^nrhent ^ G^n^l.OraerSiu - 3^C3fe^^ rf. ,.; .w:" «ici* : Js's-id» COVERKÍÍRNT Hcusa, HOIART Town, ' v' 'Sa'VlíráaK 7th June» s¿'íi¿ . . .CIVIL DtfARTMlNT. . , , j .-> MÍ ! "jnu i 3 HlS HONOÎt the' LIEUTENANT GOVEJ^Qfc PS«c¿s4* ing to Port Dalrymple, on Monday, the temporary Çomfnand'inith« Settlements upon the Derwent devolves opon Captain ]SAIRN, 4W,; Regt. ; to whom ali Reports are to be tÖdroiTcd during the. Lui ton*. TENANT GOVERNOR'S Abiehce, u , "".-,. ,/v *. , , > i; ,t" irai i'i A, } . - à MILITARY PARTY bein^ now eftlblllhed at YorA Plains»'^ improperly called Scantling's Plains (the foi mer Name haying been'' affixed by Has EXCELLENCY the GOVSSNOE in Cuifca^UhW'" LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR raaAes this Notification thereof,'for ihe*'J Benefit of thofe to whole fecunty and advantage it may co'nttiblitc.>,ft By Command of HU Honor the Lituitwanl Govertio^ . WV A- lRoat, iecrehry*1

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EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST LONDON PAPERS[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817

EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST LONDON PAPERS THE KING.-The following anecdotes, fays an F vening Paper» may be relied on as authentic :-In the furn mer of 1824 ihe K?rg had lucid intervals «the Queen defired to be- informed when rtiiat wa s the ca ie-^lhe, was fo ;v a¿íd ¿centering the room (He found him fingíñga hymn,"sha accompariyijigitqn the harplichof^;i: VVhttt he had finifhe'd ii, he knelt down and prayed aloud for her Maje ii y, (then for his family and the nation, concluding with a prayer for himfelf, that it might pleaie God to avert his heavy calamity front him, but if not, ^o g;ve him refignatjon to iu^mit:to.til»^vHe^herj bur ft into tears, andlus reiíon againJed. One* morning, when the pafiing bell was tolling at Winofor, his Majefty enquired who waa dead. His attendants atfirft didnot anfwçrhim; but on his repeat* ing the que ft io ni they faid, ' " Pleafe your Majeft y, M rs. S" .* .' Mrs»o> ?»'? rejoined the King ; "fhe was a linen-draper, und lived at the corner of- f...

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Government Notice. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, 4th June, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817

  Government Notice.      GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN,         Wednesday, 4th June, 1817.   THE Bell for assembling the Working Gangs, in the Morning, will not ring at Nine o'Clock. The Men will               continue to work from that time till 3 o'Clock.       By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor,       W. A. ROSS, Secretary.                      

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 June 1817

MR. THOMAS PETERS, of Elizabeth-street, being called upon by his Creditors to liquidate their respective Demands, which he is unable to immediately comply with, in consequence of the heavy   futns indebted to him by Book Debts and Notes of Hand, will be compelled to resort to severe Measures, unless the thac he has Claims upon discharge the same on or before Thursday next.  

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