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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Monday, 25th August, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 August 1817

Government & General Orders.   GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN. Monday, 25th August, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT.         HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR deems it necessary to Address the Settlers on the occasion of the present Distribution of Prisoners, arrived on board the Colonial Brig Jupiter. It has no doubt been heard in this Settlement that a Conspiracy   had existed on board the Chapman, the Ship in which these Men came out from Ireland, and that several had lost their lives. Such   an Occurrence, if left without Explanation, might greatly prejudice these Men in the Estimation of the Settlers to whom they may be assigned: The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, therefore feels it his Duty to state that the Charge had not been established against the Prisoners: that on the Contrary they are believed to have been treated with unjustifiable and unmerited Severity on their Passage from Europe; and as they have conducted themselves in the m...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 28th August, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 August 1817

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN,     Thursday, 28th August, 1817.   CIVIL DEPARTMENT.   MR. Assistant Surgeon HOOD will do the Duty of Naval Officer, and will act as Treasurer of the Police Fund, until further orders.             By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. Ross, Secretary.        

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th August, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 August 1817

Government & General Orders.                                       GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN,     Saturday, 9th August, 1817,     CIVIL DEPARTMENT.   A GENERAL MUSTER of the Whole of the Inhabitants A&Wk Pecera and Military excepted) will take Place a¿ the o'itfeV' fnt Settlement on the Days herein after named, under the lnfpe&Km YpfHii, JHONOR "the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ailifted by Mr. : Afting Áffifyañt.CommiíTary General BÄOUCHTQK, and A. W. H. tJH,uiiPH.Ra,Yt'Elq.-> _,,," /',;i t v ¡ _, 4 ^ ' fcrtft.-AT the SECRETARY^ OEFICE» HOBART TOWN. * On 'tí.oniiay\ti¿ ífí September, all theFreêf Men of every Dcicrip _4ÉMW op.and off the Stores» ielip!jn...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—Rev. ROBERT KNOP[?] A. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 August 1817

HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1817.   SITTING MAGISTRATE - REV. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. SHIP NEWS. - On Wednesday arrived His Majesty's colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta, MR. WHYTE Commander, having on board 30 male and 50 female convicts:- A part of the latter are to be re-shipped on board the Governor Macquarie for Port Dalrymple and we understand some of' the male prisoners lately arrived will shortly be sent to that Settlement. The Elizabeth Henrietta will sail for Sydney early in the ensuing week. - She takes up several respetable persons, who are - - - - - - on the General Court Martial about to assemble at Head Quarters for the trial of Deputy Assistant Commssary General HAGAN and Mr. Assistant Surgeon YOUNG, both of this Settlement. Remain in the harbour, His Majesty's colonial brig Elizabeth Henrietta; also the brigs Governor Macquarie, Jupitor and Sophia, and the cutter Mermaid.     In consequence od strong suspicions being entertained that a y...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 August 1817

NOTICE.—It having been represented to His Honor the Lieu- tenant Governor, that many Individuals who had Town Al-     lotments of Land located to them a considerable Time back, have not     yet made any Preparations for creating suitable Dwellings 'hereon, or even inclosed the Land ; His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has therefore thought proper to direct me to signify to all such Persons, that unless they immediately inclose the allotments that have been measured to them, and erect suitable Buildings thereon within Two Years from the Time the Land was Marked out for them, agreeably   to the Conditions of the Obligations entered into by them, the     Land will Revert to Government, and be taken possession of by the proper Officers accordingly.                   NOTICE.—The Sale ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 6th September, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

OoVërnment & G emeralOrderst SECRRTARV'S 0,r»ic», HOBART TOWN> SátiiuW. 6th >cpicinb«r, 1817. HOSE Perfons who hi va tim U ft 'Y d« hdd LvliJENCliS for the Retailing of Wine, Süir'is, or B«er, are hereby informed that fiich of them as wiih a Renewal ot their Licences lor.îhe enfuing ¿Twelve Months, arc required on or before. Monday the i^h.In'flt. lo (end intothiA Office written Applications to'l()at "effect. Such Applications as may be Approved by His, HONOR the -LI*UT«,T »»ANT-GOVERNOR,'w11 bcjunded-over to the Bench of Magiilrates ?5ii the Friday following, at the hour of &lç(ven (/Clock in trje Forenoon ; payment to )>c made for the lam : at ;the 'rime of Deliv- ery, in Cafh. No Perfon who^is Rill under the Sentence ofthe Law will be licenced as'a Publican j nor will any Coni^Ables, Clerk«, or other Perfons inihe »Sejvice of Government; and generally' no Pedori jneeid apply whofa Application or Memorial isnot jcçom^anj^ yyit.h the rhoft latisfa&o...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

Hu HONOR the LIEUTBNANT GOVERNOR hasthouçhr proper tri dlre<^, tljat all Public Communication! which may appear in the HOBART TOWN, GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN RERO-KTEti/figncd with any Officiai Sígnatuie. arc to be coniidereii *» Official rAmmunicationsmade uTthofc Pcrfotis to whom they,may roíate.' BY' COMMAND Of HIS HONOR, .Wk A. Ross, Seçtetarjf»

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

Advertí fements. .^3ÉBC0®C)R»* THE Remainder ofthat elegant Inveftment imported on 4tie brîg JUPITER, from Bengal, may now be had at Capt. FRUGUS SON'Í Warthoufe, afihe following very REDUCED PKICRS : £ s. d. Bengal Rum, per gallon 050 Bottle Port and Madeira, s»» -Wine, per bottle » 070 Draft Wine, per gil. 0120 S wed iib bar iron, per lb. o 09 Iron Hoopsj Do, 009 Lôngcloth, per peice 3 10 o Large Table-cloths, from 1 10 o to--*** -300 Towels, per dozen o 15 o. 3lue Cloths, per piece- o 12 o Red Do. ^ Do; , o 12 O White Calicoes,per piece 1 io O loo Suits of Gingham, per ipit - - - - 1 00 200 fine white calico do. 1 10 o 300 pair of ready-made b,lue cotton Trowfersf per pair , - . - - o 7 6 Longcloth Ladies'Shifts, each - - - . 0 is Lucky-pore Corfas,each o 9 -Blue ftriped Shirts, do* o 7 Check do,; 06 Fine Longcloth do. , or¿2 Do. Nankeen Pantaloons 1 o Madras PaUmpores . ; 3 o* Europe. Prints, per yd, o. 6 Scotch Gingham, do. o 6 £ f. d. Leather Hats . o 12 O Chip & Cork ...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1817. SITTING MAGISTATE—A. F. KEMP, ESQ. Assize of Bre[?]d, Whe[?]ten 8d. household 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

HOBART TOWN ; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE -A. F. Kemp, Esq. Assize of Bread, Wheaten 8d. household 7d.   We are happy to be enabled to state, that the reports, arising from the evidence of Michael Howe, implicating the Reverend Mr. Knopwood, and charging him with having communication with the bushrangers, as well as receiving them in his house, have, upon inves-   tigation, proved to be wholly unfounded ; and the the Gentlemen who investigated the affair, declared their "belief of his innocence of the whole." We have at length the high satisfaction of announcing the nearly total destruction of the banditti of bushrangers. The vigorous mea- sures of Government have been attended with this result, so import- ant to the colony; and we at doubt not that the industrious settler may now feel in security as regards the prospect of any further ex- istence of bush-rangers as an armed band. The gradual destruction of those men, so long the bane to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

At a Bench of Magistrates held on Thursday, Rollands, White, and Johnson, were arraigned under the charge of committing sever- al robberies at Clarence Plains since their escape from the county gaol. The Court, on the clearest evidence that could be adduced, found the prisoners guilty, and sentenced them to receive 200 lashes eAch, and to work in irons at the Coal River, New South Wales, for the space of three years. In the absence of direct European intelligence, our ReAders will immediately join us in thanking Mr. CHRISTONSON, Supercargo of the Mermaid, for the perusal of some India GAzettes. The mAjor     pArt of the intelligence they contain we Are compelled to defer till   our next. It however AppeArs by the following letters from St. HelenA, thAt the Disturber of the World is not sAtisfied with his se- cluded And romAntic Asylum there, but per ?????? inclined to revisit     the continent of bleeding Europe, who w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

MARRIED, on the 28th ult. at Cottage Green, by the Revd. R.   KNOPWOOD, Mr. ROBERT McGUIRE, to Miss JULIA HOPLEY, daughter of the late Dr. Hopley, of the Medical Department in this island, and formerly surgeon of the Stag frigate, commanded by Sir   JOSEPH SYDNEY YORKE. BIRTH.—A few days since, Mrs. WADE, of a Son. DIED, on Wednesday, after A lingering and painful illness of 11 weeks, which she bore with exemplary fortitude, Mrs. WILLIAMS, of Macquarie-street. The particulars which caused her death were given in our Gazette of the 21st of June. She has left a young family to bewail her loss. May her lamentable sufferings give the females of this colony an obliterated lesson of the strictest precaution.

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Proclamation, By WILLIAM SO[?], Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen's Land, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

Proclamation, By WILLIAM SORRELL, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor   of Van Diemen s Land, &c.&c.&c.   WHEREAS since the publication, of a Proclamation, dated the 5th of July last, declaring Certain Rewards for the apprehension of the Bush-rangers, the greater part of the Banditti have been taken   or destroyed, there remaining now at large GEORGE WATTS, charged with various Crimes and Robberies, BROWNE, a French- man, and MICHAEL HOWE, who recently absented himself after receiving an assurance of Clemency: And whereas the said MICHAEL HOWE stands charged with Murder and various Rob- beries ; the following Rewards are proclaimed for the apprehen- sion of the above Criminals :- FOR MICHAEL HOWE, One Hundred Guineas ;   GEORGE WATTS, Eighty.... Ditto;     BROWNE, Fifty ... Ditto.             Given under my Hand,...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Tuesday, 2d September, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Tuesday, 2d September, 1817; By an Official Report which has just reached His Honor the Lieutenant Governor from Port Dalrymple, it appears that the BANDITTI of BUSH-RANGERS had effected a Robbery at Mr. Brumby's Farm on the 26th Ultimo; and that the same Night, having quarrelled amongst themselves, as is supposed in con- sequence of the Men who lately run from George Town, wishing to come in, PETER SEPTON was killed by having his Throat cut; COLLYER escaped from them wounded, and was in Cus- tody at Launceston; and WRIGHT, one of the George Town Men, had surrendered. Of the Old Gang two only now remain - BROWN & COINE. Again, the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Congratulates the Settle- ment upon the gradual but Certain Extinction of this Band of Robbers. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor , W. A. Ross, Secretary

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Wednesday, 3d September, 1817. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

Government & General Orders, GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN. WEDNESDAY, 3d September, 1817.   CIVIL DEPARTMENT. THE Difficulty of Driving Cattle destined for Supply of His Majesty's Store, from the Westward to Kangaroo Point for Slaughter,   according to the General Orders of the 7th June, having been   strongly stated to His Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, all   Stock-Owners and Settlers whose Cattle are grazed to the Westward of Old Beach, and the line of the Port Dalrymple Road, will be permitted to Slaughter Horned Cattle at their own Places, until a Government Slaughter-house shall be erected, upon applying at   the Secretary's Office for a Certificate to this effect. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 September 1817

SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday last returned to Port the brig Spring, Capt. Feen, from a whaling voyage, in which she procured 62   tons of oil. We understand this vessel will proceed to England about the latter end of December next. On Wednesday sailed for Port Dalrymple the brig Governor   Macquarie, Mr. T. REIBEY master, having on board 17     female prisoners for that Settlement.

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Government & General Orders. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 6th September, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 September 1817

Government &. General Orders. " Saturday, 6« h, Sèptcrnbçr. j 817..' THOSE Perfoni who hare iRlaft Yearjheld.LiqpCES fujthp Retailing of Wine, Spinel, or Beer,, arfe hereby informed that fach of them ai wiih a Renewai/o^heir^iceiiç« ^^^«6%!^ Twelve Montht. are required o_n qr>eiort Monday ttyi i.eth Jn.lV lo (end in to thia Office written, Applications to that ,effect. Such Applicationiaa maybe Apprpveà* by Hi» Hofcoa the L,iiVTür »ANT Govi on the Fri Forenoon No Pejfon who is (lill under the Sentence of the'Law will be" licenced as a Publican ; nor will any Xonftablca,, Clerks,! or «o^her^ | Potfônt in the Service of Government ; and generally no Per ion need apply whôfe Application or Memorial is not accompanied with J the moft fati>fa£r.ory Teilun m)al, to hu or her gaod" Chfrafter, and Competency of keeping a Decent and Comfortable Public Houfc. ßv Command of kits ßonqr tA<? iieutenw Uovcrnor, ' W. A. ROU», Secretary»

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 September 1817

JJ '' Hil HoNOit*he LiiüT«»iAjfTjßrpy*iNOfi( haj^háught pröpjsr to diteft, Khtt nil Pdblío Communication! which may appear in »he HOB AKT TOWN GAZE! JE, and SOUTHERN REP0R1ER, figncd yith any QffichUSignatar«, ara to be confidered aft Official Comaunictuoaa made to tfeöfe^crlbnuo,whom fhey mayreUç«.; ! , - .,\, hy »coKijANi* OI;HI»HOKOR, ; : 1V 1 W. A. Rosi, Secretary ¿

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 13th Sept[?] 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 September 1817

Government Public Cotice« StcatTARTkOnauci, i3th Sept, 1817V IT being a frequent Pra&ice for the imall Colonial Cr ait' and tíoata io eo alohg-fide ot Shipa and VeiTeli-tn -the Port, or to¡íend Wheat on-board without A Permit ; It ia hereby notiaed tharne .Port Re* guUtion» will be enforced to*theiuileft extent AgAÎnft Any CrAÍt or Bo At fo infringing ihem. ÖeBC . ^ '. . , SAMUEL NASH is Appointed WATER~BAILIFF, with the same Allowance Asl A Constable, to Act under the direction of the NAVAL OFFICER.         W. A. ROSS, SecretAry.  

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Proclamation, By WILLIAM SORELL, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen's Land, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 September 1817

Proclamation By WILLIAM SORELL, Esquire, Lieutenant Governor of Van Dieman's Land, &c &c?. &t.; ^- . ' WHEREAS since the publication of a Proclamation, dated the     5th of Julv last» declaring Certain Rewards for the apprehension of the Bush-rangers, the greater part of the Banditti have been taken or destroyed, there remaining now at large GEORGE WATTS charged with various Crimes and Robberies, BROWNE, a French man, and MICHAEL HOWE, who recently absenced himself after receiving an assurance of Clèmen; And Whereas the said MICHAEL HOWE stands charged with Murder and various Rob- beries; the following Rewards are proclaimed for the apprension of the above Criminals : -                             For MICHAEL HOWE, One Hundred Guineas _GEORGE WATTS , Eigh...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 September 1817

NOTICE. - SAMUEL YOUNG,a Waterman and Constable, hav- ing illegally conveyod Spirits without a Permit from the Mer-   maid cutter to the Shore, His Honor the Lieutenant Governor has thought proper to dircct me to make known, that the said Samuel Young is excluded from the Privilege of plying to and from the Shipping in this Port. A. W. H« HvMf waa**» jt-ij N OTICE îs hereby giV¿n, that in confequence of the Retirement of Mr Alexander'Riley, on the 30th Ultimo, from the Firm     of Riley & JONES the partnerfhfp hitherto fubbfisting between-the* faid Mr Riley and Mr Richard Jones has been diffolved by Mutual Confent; and that the Bufinefs of the Eftablifhment will in future ' be conducted by Mr; Richard Jones and Mr. Edward Riley* under the firm of «JONES & RILEY." ' ^It-Being/ coínf^úerrVlyy: neeeffarj'that^he Account« ofihe late Firm Ihotiid bil imrrTcdlatitiy fettled, all Perfona having Claimi are deflred to'prêtant the farrie;...

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