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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 26th July, 1827. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 July 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN Saturday, 26th July, 1817.   Civil Department.   HlS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to approve of the Appointment of Ormsby Irwin to be Gunner and Signal Man, vice E. Barnes, deceased.     Richard Morgan, Constable of the District of Kangaroo Point, is dismissed from that Office.       John Paterson is appointed a Constable of Hobart Town, in the Room of James Mackneal, resigned. By Command his Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. Ross, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government Public Notice. NAVAL OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 25th July, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 July 1817

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE.   NAVAL OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 25th July, 1817. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR directs that all persons in this settlement possessing BOATS NOT LICENCED, shall on or before Monday the 4th August, give in their names at the Secretary's Office, with a correct description of their boats, Names and Dimensions, in order that they may be registered and Numbered, and to enable the Naval Officer to grant Licences to such as His Honor may be pleased to sanction. Any person neglecting to comply therewith will forfeit all Claim to a licence :-And any Boat or Vessel found plying within the harbour, or about the Coast, without a Licence, will be seized and   confiscated.             By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, John Drummond, Naval Officer.         ACTING ASSISTANT COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE, &nbs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 July 1817

      Sixty Guineas Reward. COURT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, July ???, 1817.     WHEREAS, William White and William Rollands, Crown   Servants, and William Peck, Free Man, who escaped from the Gaol at Hobart Town on the 25th Ultimo, and have since been at large, having last Night attempted to commit a Robbery at Clarence Plains, a REWARD of TWENTY GUINEAS each is hereby offered for             the apprehension of the said Prisoners to any Person or Persons who shall apprehend and cause them or either of them to be lodged in His   Majesty's County Gaol at Hobart Town.     A. W. H. HUMPHREY, Justice of the Peace.                   DESCRIPTION - Wm. White, 5ft. 8½ins. high, 28 years of ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 July 1817

" James states, that he was in the boat's crew hut at George- town, on Thursday the 3d inst. : just at dusk he saw John Randall   enter the boat's crew hut, and saw either Samuel Smith or Thomas Smith strike him with their fists; that they knocked him down in the house, and Samuel Smith called to him (James) to assist in drag-     ging out Randall ; that he did so, and Samuel and himself dragged Randall cut of the house into the brush in front of it ; that during this time Thomas Smith was inside the hut, to which Samuel Smith and himself returned, leaving Randall in the brush ; that Samuel Smith then askedfor an axe, which he (James) gave to him, and   Samuel Smith then went out ; that he heard a blow, and shortly after Samuel Smith returned,saying" he had finished him ;" and that     Thomas Smith was not out of the house at this time. James fur- ther states, that about 12o'clock he accompanied Samuel Smi...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—A. F. KEMP, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 26 July 1817

      HOBART TOWN SATURDAY, JULY 26,1817 SITTING MAGISTRATE -A. F. KEMP, ESQ. HORRID MURDER AT GEORGE TOWN -On Friday the 4 th inft. The body of John Rarndall, acting as chief constable at George-town, Port Dalrymple, was found by Corporal Mitchell and Come privates of the 46th regt, who were out in a boat fishing, lying on the rocks at Point Macquarie, with the head nearly severed from the body. Information was immediately given to Mr, LEITH, in spector of public works, who with some others proceeded to View the body ¿:'¿nd'an ínqueít being held-thereon $ before Mr. T. ARCHER,   Coroner, the following particulars wcre disclofed : " About .4 o'clock in the afternoon of Thurlday the 3d inft. Mr.   Leith, infpfeftor of public works, at Georgetown, sent .Charles Mc   Donald, a youth living with him, to John Randall, then acting chief' constable there, 'with directions to order the prisoners to goto :the barra...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 August 1817

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETEE and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Offical Signature, are to considered as Offical Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR, W.A. Ross, Secretary.

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Government Public Notice. NAVAL OFFICE[?] H[?] TOWN, 25th July, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 August 1817

G overn me tit "Public£ N otiee. NAVAL OFFICE* MAMU»*1 ¿TvWi a^hjuly, 11817. THE LitüTBNANT GoVjidt.HP*, euretta jthai^i/fcrtona in Min, Settlement polieffing B0ATa]$l N.aXtUÇtENQED,,, &*">' ?»» or betöre Monday the 4th of Aiiguft, give ¡n'thcitrNaraca,at the Sec-< Fetary's Office, with a correft Defcription of>táejr;t£oati,,Nam.« And Dimenfions, in order that they may be Regifterci Se Numbered, and to enable the Naval Officer fc(gi*nî,,Uic$nçes(to;Jûch a» gia Honor may be pleafed to Sanction,.,,,; i-,\S.'ft t\y¡-.\ . » . ;» ..:," - L . Any Perfon neglecting to.^rnffJty.fterewith.will.forfeit all;Glaim toa Licence:-And any $p*t0o/¡ YtflTçl found :p|ying within the. Harbour, or about the Co*bvWMt1MVP A, LICENCE,, will, be feized and confifcated. I By Command of HisJ^am^r, ikerLieutenant..Governor;; «Mivoi.l.'fD^uWMONO, ¡Naval-officer.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT H[?], HOBART TOWN, Saturday[?] 26th July, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 August 1817

Government & General Orders.—GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 25th July, 1817.—CIVIL DEPARTMENT.   IT appearing that Robert Taylor (commonly called Parson Taylor), who is Advertised as having absented himself from Government Employment without leave, was allowed to pass the River and through the Country without any pass, merely showing an Old Letter, which he called a Dispatch for Port Dalrymple; It is hereby, ordered that no Letters, Proclamations, or Dispatches, even though marked outside with the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR's NAME, be ad- mitted as a Pass, but that in all Cases a Regular Pass signed by the Lieutenant Governor be required. And all Ferrymen and others are warned, that they will be called to severe account for neglect- ing and disobeying this Order.           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 — 2 August 1817

FOR SALE, at Mr. JAMES REIBEY's, Liverpool-street, fine old     PORT WINE & BENGAL RUM at 20s. per gallon, in quantities of two gallons and upwards.—No Bills but Government's will     be taken ; or good Wheat.     HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY ANDREW BENT.          

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 August 1817

Sixty Gqifteäfe .Reward. W COURT HOUSED iHOBA^T ^OWNj^dJdly* 1S17. HEREAS William WhHé'iind 'Vvûlliim1'Wollart^, Crown Servants, and Willum Peclr^FiWMin, whoeíbarpetí from thaGaot .t Hobart Town on the 25tttWtttTiô7'*hdrttve fitic^beertat largej having laft Night attempted %' fcohirnit-a1 Robbery "at CiáfehceTlaín*; a REWARD of TWENTY'GUTNPÉAS eàcli^a'heréby^fferéd'for the apprehenfion of the faid Mfontts to any Peribn or Fetfohs* who (hall apprehend and capfo^ibem or eiiber ¿1'^hfm to be lodged,. intiisMajefty's County G^l^tHob.wt T9vyn. 2 i /,, A. w>ij^,\HUV*iii tv, .foflice. tf.ihc.Ptatt.. DascaiPTiON.-»Wm» White, 5ft, 8|ms. high, a8year«of age; Win, Rolland», eft. 5-§ins. bight {aWo^e^pleKiort* pitted-with tfat Saall Fox i Wm. Peck, late of LauüCtOoÄ.- -aftifïil. 'PouclaÔMÎcf, HoPAftT Town. JULY 19th, 18*7. <irtejí&R:E « imwlying^fihia Office a Watch with 1 key and foal | ?» In-fatd fo>himtieeHdfodnd m the Woodi near Y oik Plaina 1 thef JwUMtf td#e**^w*D...

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Government Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 August 1817

GovernmlbtrMtJ'Ä SECRETARY'! OFFICE, H03ART TOWN, SATURDAY, Aue*** *oV lr8*7.;<M < HE Bell for Iffémbline the Working Gang* .wáil,iJterthiaJáate,'| ring at 7 o'CIock in the MorTi4n¿A'at^íéflBreak^ft.:At ko »Ia*.-J bor will be refumed and contMtf^JRlt^i .)' WJ A¿ Ros-a* *wt¿ Hob.« tÄ s«»v%.?«; A*¿üft.'í8i> ;: MUCH Inconvenience hVvW'g Trile'n' *>&»'tfe«¿o' I'A d DellViW' , of ME A T ¡mo H i. mtm^jm^yy^-»^ \ LitatenAnt Governor'. C^WrMW^^ ^eAt UltaMëd Mr nly oí th. Store, IhA" *?».' fcUü-JWJitt*.-IW.*lU( L-- ^ II, tfnLt foîhWWdti'cê, b^ ¿iWhtered dn1 *dAys, And delivered inio'&preby ¿j o'Ctopk in^he^ttcrttôorr .id Aya J W Bv CommAnd of «rf«Alí¿Vlajljs V^^^'^S^-Í?^..,l-,' rVl BaoucaiTo», Mina^iTfiUtif C¿rn>il?Ary' 'titíttíX.*

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—WILLIAM BROUGHTON, ESQ. Assize of Bread.—Wheaten, 8d. Household, 7d. SHIP NEWS.—Arrived on the 20th ult. at La[?]ceston, th[?] [?] Henrietta Packet, from Port Jackson.—Passengers, Mr. M'CARTY, owner, and Capt. A. BARCLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 August 1817

Hobart Town ; SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1817.   SITTING MAGISTRATE.--WILLIAM BROUGHTON, ESQ:   Affize of Bread--Wheaten, 8d. Houfehold, 7d.     SHIP NEWS.--Arrived on the 2oth ult. at Launcefton, the chooner Henrietta Packet, from Port Jackfon.--Paffengers, Mr. M'CARTY, owner, and Capt. A. BARCLAY. By the above arrival we are credibly informed, that the brig Go- vernor Macquarie would fail from Sydney in or about three weeks from the 28th of June, for Port Dalrymple and this Port. Michael Howe abfented himfelf from gaol on Monday laft. In confequence of his having been recommended for pardon, purfu- ant to a pledge given him by the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR when he furrendered, Howe had been allowed to walk occafionally outfide the gaol, always in charge of a conftable : this indulgence, howev- er, was extended much beyond what was ordered; and it it evident that too much confidence was placed in this man. On the evening above named the confta...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th August, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

(joverament & General <>F<ÍÍ«ÍJS. GOVERNMENT HCUSP* HOBART^Q^N, Saturday, 9th Aug^ftj *8.*7\:¿ , 1 ye^DAY NÇXT being the Annivcrí.rv of Hu ROYALJJVCJH *ISB the PK1NCE REGEN Ps BIRTHTPAy^tjwiH.bpo^v. ed, as a; HolifUy throughput the Settjetnent^ _ * , >>t .«',,'^r jaçka, and fire t*.,ttu, de }oit, *nd * §*\\#*pf-%wtp^^faûn* Wi^e fired from ¿he flatform, ¡,n honor ?i;tpe Day. ' .. ¡, aJJ -^ lo be tflued to the Non-ct mmiflioned Officers and or1» va tel Soldier t, OJKfitdîirTa of WUK Meit ind'HalftUlWkf StíUU¿c^,QVdrfnk ltf tio&l'HigHfllfc'j health. ' " : ».').»/ *>1 «e^lç/i * 1 4Wrn. Acttn^Affiftarit Co^miffàry Gehëra! BrouéHf<W&#[atfo ctufcHó D^ífluéd {¿'-th? lavera1! SüperitttWtíaiítíf/Oftrl»«;! febWfei ''b' bles, and içid df Ercih.<Mea* »n0 ^HTpajrir^^^^vfjfW^rtiy .bavcÖjctaM.t^i .ii i . ;.> î .* i I . »"»»".> * Dies, ana omer s-cii««» m «.»»« -?- -^ J - . . - , _ .t, iOneWuf Erc«h"Mea* m4 «»W^iwi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

Hit HcvNon »be LILVTRNAHT ,GCV«KNO« JI?Ç thought proper to <üre£ltt|i>t V|r public, Communications, whith mtjr tpbéar in tta ¿¡¿BART TOWN GAZETTE, andSOUTffERfr REPOHT^^f^n^.w^íny^fficu^Signíturejireto beconfidcreda. Official ' ^ííl.;«i^,MA«. mide fco thofe Período whom they jmav-reUte. _ ,.,<, BY \ [NO or, HIS 'Wfl'V W. A¿ Ross ¿jSàçntàrpP

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. NAVAL OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 9th Aug. 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE NAVAL OFFICE, HO»ART TOWN, 9th Aug. tZif^ IThltîngbeen the Praaicein this Settlement for individuals to build Boats of whatever Dimcnfions they thought proper* con« Irary to the eftablilhed General Order* orí that Head, which Îpècines ébat no boats are to be built exceeding Fourteen Feet KVel without the Ll»»T»NAHi.GovaRNOR'a Permiflion, under a Penalty of ins Boat being confifca'ted and a Fine of £20. I am directed by His HONOR the LUUTRNANT GOVERNOR to notifiy that no Individual is, after ihe Date hereof, to build any B^at exceeding Fourteen Feet Keel, without prev.iquliy.o^tainii;g Hu HONOR'S Permiflion ; and any Difobedieuce of this Order wiil fub lecl them to the above Penakv. by Command of His Hbnpr'the ïifcttierîant Governor* '"'"". "VJOH'IT /Jj»u^MoW,lA/flW/;ttycere

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HORBOART TOWN; SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE.—Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

HOBART TOWN ; SATURDAY» AUGUST 9, '1817, SírTiNC MACI'STRAta.-^-Rév. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. SHIP N£WS.«-i Till» morning atreved the brig Governor jWdf. quatie% Mr. THOM as. R»1»RY mailer and owner, laden > chiefly with merchandize. She brings a military cetachment confiding of 40 non commiiTioned officers and privates of the 46th regt, commanded by Lieut« R fia VE tv ; 5 male and 8 female pnfoners ; and Mu O'Con- nor, paffenger, ,: ¡ , Our Readers will ire by the Government and General Order, iii our front page, that another of the principal buih-rangeri has been (hot and one, who had recently joined, brought in fevereiy wounded» The banditti had net been heard of for feveral days after the report of their having been at the Coal River ; they, appear to have gone >*to the Eaftern (hore, about Swan Port, whither theysweV¿ tracked, after much difficulty, by the party of the 46th under Lance Scjt, M'Car* thy, who met them on their way Ho take (bee p fiom the (lock yards on the. C...

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Government Public Notice. HOBART TOWN, 9[?]h August, 1817[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

Government Public Notice. HOBART TOWN, 9 h AugUÍt, l8í?g* -TP.HBTre»furer,oHhe Police Fu.M,.fling .»'f.>««ù.e1oltheSut£ 1 IcripMPn entered into al the keeling cm.ver.ed by HU H-no* t lb U,u» Gpvernor qn S.turd.y the 5th July, . ». *^ ,w ""l"* j Sübfcíibe-i «vho hAve not ye« pall in their bunicripiiom, «hu »ha Tmtßtvtt* on lb .ft loft, i »nd ?, thefSe,v,ce. .eceiuly render ed.hy «he Txoopi clai,m a Urge portion of the Rewaid» oiteird, in« . LioÄ.Gomnor ««not for , Moment doubt th..: .1. SubtoiP tioa*.vM unpiid will be pUced m the 1 leAlurer c hAnili bjp¿hi»djftg A WM1¿- . ; ?'..." .- ......... _...*»'.«?»*.::» j&y, Co»nMMaé^akHonor;%»ñ <Lieütcn*r¿,u i 7/ ,;iY ¿r John Diumjj/JFrWWif ^^1 Rois, öecietiry.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

USTERS of theextenfive and elegant lnveftment, per the BRiG GOVERNOR MACQUARIE, are now ex p- Ice for JnfpecTion ; which will be Di(pofed of for W H EAT ; confining < f M curry pot . " , " flaffes, plated (rand g1»(Tes, Engliíh lur Se filk hats, lamp cotion,wi:o eves, batten & (bingle nails, blue cloth jackets & coats, cdtton ihirts, purple velvet jackets, red'(hirts & ca^s, ftriped¿£<ducaí trow. fers, white (hirts k Gurnfey frocks, ftriped lir.ert ftiirts.'wWcoati, jean trowfer»; brown cloth jacket>'& trowfers, 'fnimVafod bepfurhi. ture", all of which are of a lu perior quality ; nao keen Wel'lingfnn pantaloons, Bogia iron, check, bonnet wïrcV hUr caps, gfowrl ftuffi, blue thread, Calico, fliawla, hat iron», lock» wir'h braià tops^&jc. ' * t&T Apply to the Commander, Mr. THOMAS BLIBIY. IMPORTED by~~the Brig,Gov¿fnor Macquarie, .ancl now( for Sale, a tew whole chefta oí very lupenor hyiop, tea,, fome iug*r, .nd...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, with the Sanction of His Excellency the Governor in Chief, is pleased   to appoint Mr. Assistant Surgeon HOOD, of the 46th regt, to   Act as an Assistant Surgeon on the Colonial Establishment, until further Orders, with an Allowance of Five Shillings per Diem. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor. W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, 6th August, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 August 1817

jLMft JJ b.*.löl\\ .«»3).»'l q-..rt>3 J-/Hi-fi Mf !"?»on-Tli' 'V ''ilJ J'i.fiJu, Govënïiïien t & . G en@ra¿> Urdeíls. Gu^VaRNMENT 'tftf»i¿, fíOBART TOWN, Wednelday, 6th.^ugultr-i8i7. - ing Pw'y of the 46th Hegimem, under the Omma'nd of LaV>ce*Síír ' géant M'C4VTHY,IO whofe Exertions the Colony'has b¿eh lo much \ indebted trt puiluirig^the Banditti of ¡Buíh-R-ngeíj,¡hks' agaip /iiad , the good lórt'uneof coming tip wiih^bem'''rreaYii7he< tarlton RÍvW, when JONES a Principal Criminal waa killed,and a Man who late ly^wcnt iiqrn George Town has, beenbi ought ip"?,ievcr.çfyr\vpundec'. "> -The fame ¿cal and perfeverance which has before markedihe Par« : ty under Lance Sergeant M'CARI HY, hal ag^tn beenconfpicui^us tipon this Occafion ; and the I.IKUTINANT GOVERNOR haa ihc highett fa tisfaftion of bearing Teftimony to their Merit, whichshe has already repreltnted to Hu EXCELLENCY tht GOVERNOR lin CHIEF, and to His HONOR Colonel MOLL», Commanding the A6th Regi...

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