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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

TO CORRESPONDENTS. The communication on the. Impounding Laws thankfully received and will appear in our next. The versification of John Fly does credit to both tlie genius and the industry of the writer, but 41 is too long for our columns. We shall feel obliged by our friends and subscribers observing that the present number nf our journal concludes the quarter, and that ten shillings is the ptice charged uhen paid in advance.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

BIRTH. In Davey-street, on the 18th instant the lady of Lieutenant Neilley, 40th regiment, of a Daughter.

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THE MUSE. SONNET TO HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

THE MUSE. SONNET TO HOPE. THE WORDS UY T. MOORE, USP... Hope comes again, to the heart longa stronger, Once more she'sings me her flattering strain ; ' But hush, gentle Syren, for nh there's less danger"' lu still suff'ring on than in hoping again. Long, long, in sorrow, too deep for repining, Gloomy, but tranquil, this bosom hath lain ; And joy, coming now. like a sudden light shining O'er eyelids long darkened, would bring but pain. Fly, then, ye visions, that hope-would shed o'er me,? Lost to the future, my sole chance of rest Now lies not in dreaming of bliss that's before mc, But, ab, in lorgetting how once I was blest!

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

Supreme Court Oflice, June 27lh IS28/ NOTICE is hereby given, that the Supreme Court will sit for Hie trial of prisoners, every day next week (with the exception of Wednesday) that is to say, on the SDth June instant, and thc 1st 3rd, 4lh and 5th days of July; and also on the Fri- day and Saturday of the week following, that is to say on the 11th and 12th days of July, on. the last, mentioned ot' which days, the present Session of Oyer and Terminerand General Gaol Delivery will terminate : And thu Magistrates, and all others whom it may concern, are requested to lake Notice, that all Prisoners thou fully committed, and remaining in the Goal at Hobart town untried, will bc discharg- ed. By Order of His Honor thc Chief Justice, '; , ; MICHAEL KENNEDY. Acting Clerk of thc Supreme Court. Sheriff's Office, June 5, 1828 In the Supreme Court, Baynton v. Thomas, Underwood c. same, Read v. same. On Wednesday the 2d July next at 2 o'clock, the Sheriff will cause to he put np for salo by Publi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

PURE MERINO RA-VS & EWES. FOR Sale.a few pure Merino Rams and Ewes, from the well known and eelobrau d Flock of .Mr. Henty. Early application is necessary lo be made to Thoma* Atkinson. J [?UST landed per Wanstead, a few pieces of supe '" rior Brussels Curpeting, rugs corresponding in ^[bVluffis'k . ' T, ATKINSON. WANTED to purchase a few Tons of Dry MI- MOSA BARK, put on board the Calista, for which Cash will be paid on delivery. Apply to T. ATKINSON, Campbell-street, May 21,1828. BUTTER. TVN Sale at the Stores of the* undersigned, im J ported by thc Brig Promise, from the Cape of good Hope, very superior Butter, at twenty pence per lb. by the Firkin. v J KEMP, & CO. Hobart-town, June 5,1828. CAPE WINE,&c. N Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, im [$_9 ported by the Brig Promise, from the Cape of Good Hope, very superior Cape Wine, in Hogs- heads and Pipes, Almonds; Walnuts, Saddles, Bri- dles, and Whips. j KEMP, & CO. j Hobart-town, June 5,1828. O...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

MONSTER AMONGST THE paid in beaver-skins of a forest appeared a   and a score of savages, conjurors, their bodies   ravens' feathers on through their nostrils.   and frizzed in the old green coat, a drugget waistcoat, and ruffles, was scraping away on his kit, making the Iroquois caper to the tune of Madelon Friquet. In speaking of the Indians, M. Violet al- ways said, ces messieurs sauvages and ces dames sau- vagesses, He highly extolled the agility of his scho- lars; in fact, I never witnessed such gambols. M. Violet, holding his kit between his chin and his chest, tuned the important instrument; he cried out in Iro- quois - to your places! and the whole company fell a capering like a band of demons. - Chateaubriand's Travels in America. CURIOUS STATISTICS - In Great Britain, the number of individuals in a state to bear arms, from theage of 15 to 60, is 2,744,847. - The number of marriages is about 98,030 yearly, and it has been re- marked th...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. The Portland sailed for Sydney on Sunday, with the remaining part of her cargo and passengers for that port.       The Guide sailed for thc same destination on Wednesday. On Thursday the ship Mermaid, 472 tons, Capt, Heniker, arrived, from the Downs 2 th February, with 99 female prisoners, 18 children, and stores. Surgeon Dr. Gilchrist.   Also, the brig Queen Charlotte, from Sydney, 20th inst. Capt. Maughan, with rum, tea, &c. No passengers by either vessel.   Four schooners arrived at Launceston last week, viz. the Hetty from Hobart town, the Flamingo, Waterloo, and Resolution, from Sydney. The brig Ann from Timor, with, ponies, is stop- ped at George town, on account of the Java fever which prevails on board, of which we lament to say Capt. Grimes died at sea. This fever is not however considered infectious or contagious by physicians, bein...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

GOVERNMENT ORDER, No. 38. Colonial Secretary's Office, June 17,1828. THE 4th Section of the Statute 6 Geo. IV. c. 114 . " to regulate the trade of the British posses- sions abroad" extending to, and' being in foroe in ali His Majesty's Colonial possessions ;?and the 73d, 74tb,.75tb, 76th, and 77th Sections of the same Sta- tute relating lo all the tBnmsH, possessions to the eastward of the AUantio Ocean;?-The Lieutenant Governor Las been pleased; to direot that they should be printed and puhlished for the information of all .members of this Community, with the 25th, 41st 42d, and 43d Sections of the Statute 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 56, by wbioh their provision* are altered and amended. By Command of His Excellency, The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT ORDER. No. 39 Colonial Secretary's Office, June 23, 182b'. THE general business of the Government being 'mach retarded' by the practice of correspond- ing diieet with the Colonial Secretary, upoh subjects relating to the business...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 28 June 1828

|on, &c. &c. begs to at Brownlow Cottage, ls not having been at fgive notice to the un- it unless they imraedi spective Accounts, ns specified sall forthwith have recourse to legal pro- ngs to procure payment thereof. John Lynds Rogerson, £9 4 10. standing since 1821. George Dodgin, £54 13 2. standing since 1823. Richard L. Jones. Liverpool-st. Hobart-town, June 26, 1828. RICHARD L. JONES, of Liverpool-street, Hobart-town, begs to offer his grateful thanks to his Friends and the Pnblic in general for their long support, as also to those of his Friends who have so promptly attended to his late Notice request- ing attention to his pecuniary, claims, and nt the same time assures them every possible attention will be paid to their future orders. June 26, 1828. RANKIN'S CHEESE. J CHAPMAN, Elizabeth-street, having jnst re ? ceived n few of Rankin's prime Cheeses, of- fers them for .Sale nt the lowest prices ; us also Cedar in board and plank. ¦ Lemons, Oranges, &c....

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1828. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1888. TRADE AND SHIPPING. The brig Cleopatra, 869 tons, Cnpt. J. Young from Liverpool, Dublin which she left tho 3rd January, Cork thu Hilt February, and the Cape of Good; Hope tbe 15th May, with a- general cargo of goods, among which .is a considerable quautity of mess pork <5f butter, chiefly for Sydney. The brig Tranmere, 186 tons, dpt. Wales, sailed' fur London on Sunday, with wool and other colonial pioduce, among which we are glad to see considerable. - shipments of the di llb re nt sorts of timber indigenous in thc island, gs beef wood, blue.gum, black wood, sassafras, stringy bark and white gum. Passengers, Mr. lt. Towers, James Major, W. Phillips, W. Baitty, Mrs. J. Brown and Catii. Steele. The Cyprus 8 liled on Sunday with prisoners and. stores for Macquarie Harbour. The Calula sails for London on Snnday morning. Tho late and present Governors of India met at ¦ Simon's bay while the Cleopatra was at the Cape. The follow...

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THE COUNTRY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

THE COUNTRY POST SIR,?The Impounding Laws having made some noise lately, I have taken the Jibtrty to send you some extracts from the V Farmer's Lawyer, by Mr. J. W* Williams,'' and which' It,haye copied exactly as they are in-that, gentleman's publication; . Prom the miuiuer.of cattle -running wild, and large herds not being follq>ved,by stock-keepers, his fully time the government should do something to put down such an evil; for it cannot be denied that many have enriched themselves by stealing wild cattle, and the calves out of the'tame herds that are not tegularly followed. ,. ,. ...??¦? ... It is besides a very considerable loss as well as an annoyance, to have large herds coining daily -on farms where the cattle are followed. When cattle have been sent to. the pounds hitherto, no damages have been demanded by..the.occupierof thc laud, al- though he can do so by the impounding.laws. In that part of Britain ;the writer cornea from, cattle are charged sixpence per head, for tr...

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THE MUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

THE MUSE. When coldness chills the suffering clay , What fate awaits the immortal soul On wings of angels borne away? Knows it or limits or control ?? Where suns and systems disappear And nought exists but space or night Beyond the comet's vast career-- May it not urge immortal flight? Say shall a thought be e'er retraced Of those it loved and honoured here, Or are those mem'rics all effaced That thrilled with joy or sunk with fear ? Are all its pleasures then no more Its pangs too, buried with the dead, Hope's dazz ing visions arc they o'er? Glory and pride, are they loo fled 1 If Inst in crime and doomed to woe. Who shall its.wretched lot relate? Exiled from heaven to shades below; And endless misery tu fate? ' What words shall tell that fearful doom? The endless horrors reigning there? The unknown depth of that sad gloom, Its silence, darkness and despair r But if its earthy fault's forgiven, What joy the exulting soul shall feel ' .When first admitted tu that heaven, Assigned by...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

a lafd. . oprietora will be gust next, at 12 Dividend for the lind for other pur t and , Secretary. Jirect, the fine fast sail hip Wanstead, Lieutenant : N. Commander, will return to Sydney, on or abont the 1st. August, "positively leave for London direct in thirty days from that date. Lieutenant Langdon will make liberal advances in shipments of Wool, Oil, Skins, or Bark, which will be warehoused free of expense, at the stores of the undersigned. The Wanstead is fitted np for passengers in very superior style, and carries an experienced surgeon. : For freight or passage apply to Lieutenant Lang- don on board, or to ... KEMP & Co. Agents; FREIGHT and TASS A GE. FOtl LONDON DIRECT, IHE fine .fast-sailing first class Ship ' WANSTEAD, Wm. Langdon, N. Commander, will return from Sydney on on before the 15 th of July, to fill np for the above Port, Early application is requested to be made for Freight and Passage to the undersigned. For the comfort and accommodation of Passengers...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

THE CARGO OF THE SHIP SARAH, CONSISTING of the undermentioned articles is ' for Sale at the Stores of Mr. John Lord :?? Rum in puncheons, superior port and sherry wines in pipes and hogsheads, Vidonia in pipes, fine old bottled port in. cases, containing, six dozen, white wine vinegar in quarter casks, Chili vinegar. Pickles, mustard, basket salt, preserves of dam. sons, gooseberries, bull ace and green gages, . Superior striped cotton shirts, in bales containing 20 dozen each, rote blankets, Welsh and Lancashire flannel, red and blue flannel shirts, Flushing, mon- key, and sailors' jackets, worsted hose, fustian suits, corduroy, duck, and velveteen trowsers, striped jean jackets and trowsers, :? Gentlemen's black, blue, olive, &c. superfine cloth coats and trowsers, superfine blue cloth jackets and cassimere trowsers & quilting waistcoats, black cloth gaiters, Boy's blue, black, olive and brown suits complete, do. skeleton suits, Superfine ¦ blue and black .broad cl...

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IMPOUNDING LAWS. (From the Farmers Lawyer, by T. W. Williams, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

IMPOUNDING LAWS. (From the Fumim* Lawyer, by T. W. Williams, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. \ Damage Fbjsasit.?" Where sn injury has been done by the cattle or goods of. any one to the lands of another, he who receives the injury may either, distrain them while doing the damage, or bring his action of trespass, and recover for thc da- mage sustained; but he .should make his eleotion of his remedy; fer, il' the distraint and the distress es- capes, the acliou of trespass is gone, unless the es- cape was not through his fault or neg'ect; this action may be brought against him who has only the care, custody, or possession of the cattle, which do thc damage. . .¦¦-." A Distress for Bf. Asia' Dam abb peas* ht. ?''-A man may disuain beast*' damage feasant; that is, doing damage or trespassing upon his land, for it is highly reasonable that tho owner of the land should defend himself from injury, by driving out the beauts, mid likewise by ,disn.nihing the thing that did the in...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 138. I Colonial Secretary's Office, July 4,1828. THE Lieutenant Governor having learned with much regret, that some degree of alarm has been raised and a panic excited by the reports of a scarcity, which the last arrivals from Sydney have brough', has directed it to be intimated, that there is an ample and abundant supply of wheat in His Majesty's Stores in this island, to answer every de- mand of the Government which can be made upon them, till after the crops of thc present year shall become available, and His Excellency expects by the economical measures now in contemplation, to have it in his power to render some effectual aid to the ne- cessities of the sister colony. The extreme dryness of the last summer and pre- sent winterin New South Wales, having caused some apprehension of a deficiency in the succeeding crops in that colony, The Lieutenant Governor hopes that the settlers and farmers in Van Dieinen's land by in- creased exertions, and by the cultiv...

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THE LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

THE LAMENT. Oh dear! oh dear! things are not as they once were. Non sum qualis eram, as my pious friend AEncas used to say or my worthy old Partridge in the elegiac divisions of Tom Jones. A reasonable man may well ask, what will this colony come to ? Many years have not gone by since I first landed from the ship in Sullivan's cove. It was a miserably cold day. The ships' boat set me and my shivering family down upon Hunter's island, and it was an island then,   though now nothing but a petty promontory. There we stood for three hours, with all our traps, trunks, and bandboxes, till a ferry boat took us to the main. Therewas some interest in that - something like set- tling - something to remember. Now you have your cranes and your stores, and your taverns and your stone jetty, and your wooden jetty ! To bc sure if you want to get into a boat at low water, from the one, you must jump ten feet perpendicular. But what man ever left London, or any other part of Old England...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

GOVERNMENT ORDER.. >? No. 89 , Colonial Secretary's Office, June 2i, 1828 TH© general business of the. Government being mach retarded, by the practiceo! correspond- ing diieist with the Colonial Secretary," npo»>jubjects relating to the business of particular departments, idas occasioning the necessity for reference* for in formation, which most invariably be furnished by tba beads pf such departments, before any subject is de« cided upon by the lieutenant Governor;,His Excel- lency feefs it necessary again to call .the attention of , the public to the Government Order of the 28tb April, 1826, ind io intimate timi the communications of in. dividnals cannot be noticed unless they, shall be ad- dressed to the head pf the Departments to^bich they may relate.Cbramunicatifans respecting for instance?-? Land?nni|t be addressed to the Surveyor General. Respecting Road,s?To the Inspector o{ Reads. On tlie subject of" Rations?To the Assistant Com ;-' missary General. '; Relating tb the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 5 July 1828

IMPOUNDED. AT Bothwell, on the 17th inst, one black Cow, E.L. on the near side, one black Cow, with a   cross the back M L. on the off side. P. W. WELSH.     Bothwell. June 17th, 1828. YORK STORES,   YORK PLAINS. B NOKES begs to inform the Public that he has on sale at York Plains:-     Blue jackets and trowsers Sewing cotton and twine Fustian do. Nankeens Calico and prints Bobbins and tapes Bed tick and flannel Coloured thread Dimity Spoons     Plain white shirts Gunpowder and shot Frilled do. Mustard Red shirts and caps Blacking Worsted stockings Raisins Cotton do. Cork butter     Braces Dutch cheese     Coloured worsted Liverpool salt Camile cotton Saltpetre   Gurrnsey frocks Gun flints   Comforters Window glass         Silk and cotton handker- Paint...

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RECORD of POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 12 July 1828

RECORD of POLICE. Zachariah Chaffey, charged with two violent as- saults, one upon William Burton, and the other upon Thomas Meyers. Bound over to keep the peace for 12 months. John Fagan and William O'Brien, fined 10s. each for riding on his cart on the New-town road without reins to guide the beasts. Patrick Gawley, charged with stealing from the person of John Evans a handkerchief. Discharged. No proof. Eleanor Donnelly and Eleanor M'Evoy her mother. Donnelly, charged with three offences:--1st. Steal- ing a quantity of property in the dwelling house of Wm. Elliott. 2nd. Stealing in the dwelling house of John Curran a quantity of Jewellery the property of John Curran. 3rd. Breaking and entering the dwel- ling bouse of the said John Curran in the day time   and stealing therein, a quantity of property. Eleanor   M'Evoy the mother, charged with receiving the same well knowing it to have been stolen. Peter Williamson charged with a highway robbery. Discharge...

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