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SYDNEY NEWS. (From the Sydney Gazette). [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

SYDNEYNEWS. (From the Sydney Gazette). His Excellency General Dahling has breóme Pa! rou of the New South Wales Agricultural Society. The Ute heavy rain at Sydney has occa- sioned much damage. It has carried away several bridges, and interrupted the commu- nication between Windsor and Parrainai la. It has also done much injury in the T«-wu. Upwards of ten tons of sugar w*r* washed irtriu the stores'of Cooper and Levey. It. did no1 extend beyond the mountains, so that all apprehension of farlliei damage is removed. A Nfw Wharf, it is said, i\ about to be built at Sydney, in cousequence of the dila- pidated condition of the present one. Two officers and 46 non-commissioned officers and privates, besides women and children, proceed to England by the Triton. The brig Queen Charlotte, Capt. Spange, has returned ti»Sydney, alteran unsuccessful . cruize of 6 month» in quest of new se» li ai; ground, having onU 6 tuns of f)»x and 849 fur skins. The natives of the uiiddlt- island of New Zeal...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

j SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 182«. ' jfsstze of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds-5J. j Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Weekf j Jocelyn Thomas, Esquire. Í ', TO COUNTRY SUBSCRIBBBS. ! j tíh Mr. R. White, of Launceston, being j * empowered to grant Receipts in our i ' Name, we - request such of our Friends on that Side, as may find it convenient, to Pay the Amount of their Sub&iip . lions to him. . . ?-- ? TO CORRESPONDENTS. The letter on Potaloe Culture ; .. A Mer. i chant/* refuting the misrepresentations in a letter signed"" Mercator," in I lie Colonial j Times last week ; and "Anticipator," are 1 postponed. «**~*»~

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. London, September 12. I General Election.-A new candidate starrs for the county of Dublin.- Mr. Lennarddcclines coming forward to repre- sent Ipswich.-sir Uufane S. Donkin has declared himself for Maiden, E*sex ; the present Members are, Mr. Gaskell and Mr. Strutt. At a late Excise Silting at Stockport, Messrs. Marklaud and Co. paid «£'16,000 for the last six weeks duty on calicoes printed at their establishment. There are 50,000 British in France. Eighteen English officers have joined the Greeks. A Colonel and an Alderman (regidor) , were hanged on the 2Mh August at Ma drid, shouting as they died--** Liberty for ever !" By an arrival from St. DorrihSgo we have received the new tariff. 1 he duties now imposed upon British goods are very high. Daily arrests continue to lake place in Spain. The prisons of the Inquisition are full, and the intendant of Police has iti consequence appropriated to that use the ceils of the Convents. Demarara papers of the 7th July exp...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 8, 1826. The Lieutenant Governor has been under the Necessity of Sus- pending Joseph Tice Gellibrand, Esq. from the Office of Attorney Ge neral. Joseph Hone, Esq. Barrister at Law, is appointed Attorney General until   His Majesty's Pleasure shall be known.     By His Excellency's Command, John Montagu, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 7, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretan/s Office, Hobart Toron, February 7, 1826. f . / - ?-. tl'IS Majesty has been pleased t<> **""?- confirm the Appointment oí Joes lyn Thomas, Esq. to be Colonial Trea- surer of Van Diemen's Land. His Majesty has been pleased to appoint Rolla O'Furrall, Egq. to be JNaval Officer at Hobart Town. By His Excellency's Command, John Montagu, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Feb. 1, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.   Secretary's Office, Feb. 1, 1826.   MR. William John Speed is ap pointed Keeper of the Gaol at     Richmond.   By His Excellency's Command,   John Montagu. Secretary.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

ADVERTISEMENTS. Caution to Stock keepers and Ojthers. rJfHJE undersigned, having received " His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor's License of Occupation for two thousand acres of Land, located to him, hereby warns Stock keepers, and all Others, against depasturing Cattle, Sheep, or other «Stock, cutting down Timber, or otherwise Trespassing on the said Land, situated on the Pennyroyal Swamp, Wes- tern River District. It is bounded on the South Side by a Grant to Mr. Glea- dow, on the East Side by unlocated Landy on the North by a Grant to Mr. Thomas Collicott, and, on the West Side by a Stream called the Pennyroyal Svramp. John A. Eddie. TO stock-holders] A PERSON possessing an eligible ?**. Grant of Land near the River Clyde» commanding an extensive Run, is desirous of receiving Cattle or Sheep on the Thirds^ which will be under the Superintendence of a Person experienced in the manage, ment of Stock.-Application to be made to Mr. F. Champion, Hobart Town; or, to Mr. James Maclan...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Hobart TownGazette Sir-Unconnected with local interests, and uninfluenced by party views, I, in common with other members of the " thinking world," am a reader of news- papers, and am wont occasionally to seek, in the columns of our Colonial oracles, either a source of information, or a re- fuge from ennui. Thus occupied, I am enabled to view, with the steady eye of calm and obser- vant contemplation, the changeful move- ments of the belligerent powers who figure in the wide and dusty arena of heated disputation. 1 follow the eager combatants to the field, and maik with attention the fluctuating fortunes of the controversial gladiators. I catch the half suppressed whispers of Hope, and hear the swelling notes of popular feeling ; and being so armed with " all appliances and means to boot," return leisurely to my solitude-throw myself into the arms of sober reflection-and deliberately form pay own opinions of the doughty cham- pions who a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

I .»? w SP *W *sr <*r «^ ->T'-wyr~?>4r'»^^'wT SALES BY AUCTION* BY MR J. T, COLI.1ÇOTT, At his Mart, in Murray-itreet, on Satur day the iSth lnsrant, without Reserve, '.MiREE excellent GIG ¿c SADDLE * hORSes, /rec from Vice. 1^- Approved Bills at Three Months. At the s3me Time and Place, A BAY GELDING, Sold on Account *? of thotc concerned, not answering ih» Wair*nty given at the firát Sale. 1^- Approved Bills at Four Months. BY MU. J. T. COILICOTT, At his Man, in Murray stitei,on the 1 si 1 Maich next (if not pieviously dis- posed of by*H*iivate Con ti act), of I winch due Notice will be given, nptlAI' valuable PROPERTY, known . by the Name of Carlington Estate, delightfully situate on the Coal River, !Ö Allies from Kangaroo Point, consist- ing of 3000 Acies\;f rich arable Land, at present occupied by a Tenant, paying £'250 Sterling per Annum. For further Particulars.,apply toil, YV, Loane, Ewjutio, Bellevue. BY MR. J. T. COLMCOTT, In the early Part of the enduing ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

|i SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, I', . ARRIVlîD, 1 Feb. 5.-The bri:» lohn, Captain Griffin, j from Sidney 29U) Jan. with IO pipes Cape I wine, 2200 empty bags, 12 barrels elder, 48 j tusks butter. Passenger-~Juhn Roberts, Su» pe» cargo. She orináis (lie head quarters of j I the 40¡í!, consisfiu« of Captain Stewart, I j Q.«arter mister Hale?, Surgeon innes, 7 ser j £ jetnt«, 3 corponta, & drummf rs, «4 privates, 1 j IG women, and 28 children, in all 143. 1 Feb. 7.-The ship Toward Castle, Captain 1 ^ Ji'fferv, 451 tons, from Portmonth 17lli Au ] j gust, Cape of Goori Hope 21st Dee. with l an assorted carpo of rçoods, among which are 1 5*î tierces beer, fl puncheons gin, 1 pipe and ij 2 Mid«, brandy, 80 kegs white lead, 30 bun 1 dies cordage, 9 casks glass, 29 pipes nod 22 1 hhd«. Madeira wine, 3 casks cheese, and'oiher j' goods, for MeBsrs. Bethune and Grant ; 20 puncheons mm, 40 boxe* weights, 5 cat. quatia, 60 hhds. an I 8 pipes »me, and a i l*rpe quantity of other good*, for Mr. ....

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

?,.." «Il I»-^--M---i " >?'?" GOVERNMENT ORDER.   Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,         February 8, 1826. THE Archdeacon, having signified to the Lieutenant Governor,, in Writing, his intention of holding his Visitation, in the Church of St. David's, Hobart Town, on Thursday the Second of March next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, His Excellency is pleased to require the Attendance of the Clergy, and all other Persons connected with the Celebration of Divine Worship and Care of Ecclesiastical Edifices, and to render to the Archdeacon such Information as he may require on all Spiritual and Secu- lar Concerns of the Church. The Lieutenant Governor pur- poses being present on this Occasion, and he feels assured the Military and Civil Officers in the Colony will cheer- fully avail themselves of an Opportunity of evincing their Respect for an Ordi- nance which has been specially directed to be observed bv His Maie...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

To thß Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. .Sij»,- Living in a part of the Colony | which the Colonial Times seldom reaches, 1 had nQt, until last week, an opportunity' of seèiiig the celebrated State Paper, «f of \ I which every man is to hfi prputf who ,hai a drop of English blood in his veins'! I!" As it may be interesting to the inhabitants of Hobart Town to know what we Rustics think of it, I send you the substance of what my neighbours say.of a document to characteristic of the talents and judgment of him who produced it. You may sup- pose that the attention of every one was first directed to the signatures attached to this ne plus ultra of impudence and folly. (Thoufch writing the sentiments of many persons, equal in respectability to any of the' statesmen of Hobart Town, I must use the singular number, lest Murray should accuse me of usurping the editorial we.). They were quickly analysed, and their appearance easily accounted for, with the exception of two or three names, th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

Married-By the Reverend J. Youl           on Wednesday last, by Special Licence; at Elphin, near Launceston, Thomas Landale, Esq. to Harriett, eldest Daughter of Richard Dry, Esq.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, February 8, 1826.       THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates of Freedom and Tickets of Leave, during the last   Week:— CERTIFICATES. John Jones, duplicate Countess Harcourt John Eaton . . . Caledonia Robert Nicholson . . . Dromedary Hesther Roberts . . .Northampton             Joseph Barnsley . . . Tried at Hobart Town, 1823. TICKETS OF LEAVE John Danvers, Green   Ponds . . . Asia   John Pearce, ditto . . . Phoenix (1) William Evans, ditto . . . Recovery Job Vowles, ditto . . . Malabar Thomas Brown, ditto . . . Albion Wm. McArthur, ditto . . . Minerva James Barrett, Hobart     Town . . . Ditto Robert Tolcher, Kan-   garoo Point . . . Hibernia J. Winslaw, Jericho . . . Lady Ridley A.Collander, renewed,   ...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir — Many of your Readers will re- collect that a meeting was held, about twelve months ago, to take into conside- ration the best and most effectual means to alleviate the condition of the unfortu- nate aborigines of this Island. It must be a matter of regret to all who have any   knowledge of the treatment they are subjected to from the assigned servants at the distant stock-runs, that no plan should have been attempted in further- ance of an object so praiseworthy. — From the best information I have been able to collect, these poor creatures have been persecuted from the very moment a settlement was formed on the banks of this River up to the present time. Thus goaded, they have been roused to reta- liate; and within the last few years many white men have fallen victims to their provoked rage. They have been driven from their places of resort — and, in a few years, when colonization has extended to the distant parts of the c...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER. FROM 30th JAN. TO 5th FEB. 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

STATE OF THE WEATHER,   FROM 30th JAN. TO 5th FEB. I826.   Thermometer   from | to Barometer fr,km Wind. Result. 7* 72 74 7« 73 80 00 82 80 00 91 90 OG 95 .20 i 29,3 20 5 .20.7 29 ß 20.7 29.6 >9 4l N. ß. .20 IjN. *V. 29.7 29 7 20 7 29,4 N. E. N. È. V. E. <14 At the present stage of improvement in this Colony, no subject more impera-     tively demands attention than that of   Education. ludenendentof tht> niim»mn.   i children who have lately . arrived in the I families of emigrants, the annual number |^ of births must-amount to some huudieds. jiL If, therefore, we have any regard lor § j posterity-for theattainments, the morals, if, | the genius of (hose pledged who must one jj 'j day be the guardians' of our rights and ¡(li liberties, and we trust the honour and jj the bulwark-of their aged parents, not an ¡I;! hour is io be lost iu'taking some effectual || «tep towa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 11 February 1826

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. CONTRACTS.—Quarter commencing 25th December, and ending 24th   March, 1826, viz :— FRESH MEAT. at per lb.   Hobart Town, Mrs. J. Burns .... 36,000 Sa'. J. Triffitt, sen.. 24,000 3d. William Lyttleton . . 18,000 3§d. Colonial Hospital, Gaol, and Factory* John Mortimer. s¿d. Lemoh Springs. J Presneil .............. 3fd. Bagdad and Brighton. T. Kearney ...... 4d. Glenarchy, J.Austin .............. 4d. Sorell. W. Redpath . $£à. Richmond* David Lord - ............ 4¿d« New Norfolk. S: Heywood . 4d. BREAD. Colonial Hospital, Gaol, and Factory, J. Dean. - 3£d. VEGETABLES. Hospital and Gaol P. Ayton (¿f pot-herbs gratis) l¿d. MILK. Hospital J. Stracey . 6i\.qt> A. Moodie, A. C. G. FRESH MEAT. Launceston. T. C. Simpson .... 6,000 3d. lb. J. Solomon . ...'.... 5,000 do. W. Field.28,000 3^d. George Town. A. Barclay. 4d. Punt A. Barclay ... 3|d. Ross Bridge R.Davidson .....,», 3|d. General Hospital Richard Dry, Vegetables .. Id. Ditto, Fresh...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY l8. 182«. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week> The Loaf of Two Pounds-5d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, Rev. R. Knopwood, A. M. TO CORRESPONDENTS. " A Master of.the Ceremonies" is rejected. Mr. Kcrnp may surely sit down to dinner watt his in ¡»st intimate friend without our taking nolicc of it; neither is it any business of ours if the cut in the face, which a certain person receiveff on St. Andrew's Day, he partially healed up;-the sear remains-na« delet celas. t .* Scrutator" will see that we have availsti ourselves of his communication.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.         ARRIVED,   Feb. 15.-The schooner Waterloo, from   Macquarie Harbour with timber, having the two prisoners on board who absconded lately under arms from that Settlement. Passen ger-Dr. Spence, being relieved from his duties at that station by Dr. Barnes. Sama day.-The ship Medway, Captain B. Wight, from Sydney 5th Feb. Cargo-100   blue gum plank, 276* cedar plank, 25 baskets tobacco, 14 cases window glass, 25 chests   tea, 29 packs osnaburghs, 1 package rattans, 25 firkins butter, 9 casks vinegar, a piano forte, 3 casks brandy, 2 ditto rum, slops, pickles, hats, 1 horse. 2 cows, 1 gig, awl other good». Passengers-A Moodie, Esq. and Mrs. Moodie, Miss Ryrie, Mr. E. P. Smith, Mr. Jeremiah Hatch, Mr. C. Wright, Mr- Tuoinas Wills, Mr. J. Griffiths, James Tilley, John Gogerly, William Adken, John Mathew. Having on board the detachment of the 40th Regiment, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 18 February 1826

Marriages.- On the 10th instant, at St. David's Church, by Special License, by the Rev. Mr. Bedford, Mr. John Mortimer, of Liverpool street. But- cher, to Mrs. Lewis, Housekeeper to Alfred Stephen, Esq. Solicitor General. At St. David's Church, by the Reve- rend W. Bedford, on the 21st ultimo, Peter Roberts Esq. Deputy Assistant Commissary General, to Patience, third Daughter of Mrs. Smith, of Sun-   bury Cottage.

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