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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 November 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News.-On Thurfday laft ar- rived the (hip Emerald,' Càpt. El- liott, with 150 tons of elephant oil fromMacquarielfland, from whence { íhe brings a gang of men belonging to'this Settle .ment. . Same day the brig Jupiter, Captain Martin, ar- rived from Port Dalrymple. , ' Yesterday arrived direct from China,the brig Am boyna, Capt. David Wilfon, with teas and fundries. r The brig Calder, Captain Dillon, for South America, and the brig Minerva, Captain Bell, for ' Fort Jackfon, are,expected to fail to-morrow. - « ' ??«fliBiBIg" ' " - On Thursday night. Captain Mackey, Commander of the ship Actaeon, caine un to Port in the shin's lonir of that vessel, which unfortunately struck on a reef, at .twelve o'clock at night, on Saturday last, between the South Cape and the entrance of D'Entrecasteaux's Channel, where she now lays, having driven very near to a small island, bilged. Captain Mackey left the vessel on Monday last, his Chief Off...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 November 1822

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Friday, November St ti, 1)93-2. flPHE Officers at the Heads of the feveral Public -*- Departments are hereby required to furnifh to this Office, on or before the J8th instant, in Duplicate, the ufual Official Reports and Keturns for the Quarter ending September 30th, for His Honor the Lieutenant Governor's Approval, pre- paratory to their being forwarded to ti is Excellency the Governor in Chief. By Commando/His Honor the Lieut. Governor, "' '_H. £. Robinfon, Secretary. " Commissariat Office, November 7f/t,'lß22. "flujEAT,- The following Quantities to be dc ?*.*.?. livered as under : . Hobart Town.-Nov. 15-Champion & Co. 3000, A. Morris 3000. 22-D. Stanfield, jun. 1500, E. Kimberly 1500, W. Nichols, jun. 1500. ç§- R. Morgan, jun. 2000, T. Croft 4000. Dec. ?~J. Rifeley 10,000. 13- Ditto 10,000. 20 -W.'Rayner 10,000. 27-J. Earle 10,000. Eort Dalrymple.- Nov. 15-Wm. Field 5Ô00. 22- Ditto 5000. ¿9-Ditto 5000. Dec. 6-...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—George Frederic Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 November 1822

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—George Frederic Read, Esq. Ship News.—On Saturday last the American ship General Gates, Capt. Riggs, bound from Batavia to New Zealand, put into port to repair. On Wednesday the transport-ship Caledonia, Captain Carns, arrived from England, with 144 male convicts, 6 having died on the passage. She left Portsmouth the 28th June, and touched at Rio de Janeiro.—Surgeon Superintendant, Dr. Williamson, R. N.—Officer of the Guard, Lieu- tenant Masterman, of the 87th Regiment. The Guard comprises a detachment of the 3d Regi- ment, Buffs,—Passengers, Mr. C. Barnard and family, and Mr. Thompson. Same day arrived the transport-ship Arab, Capt. Brown, with 152 male convicts, 3 having died on the passage.-She left England the 15th July, and came direct.- Dr. Carter, R. N. Surgeon Su- perintendant; and Captain Gillman, of the 3d Buffs (who is accompanied by his Lady}, arrives as the Officer of the Guard. Yesterday arrived from London, which she left the 6th July, ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 November 1822

Provost Marshal's Office, Hobart Town, November 9th, 1822. In the Supreme Court. Crammond v. Fisk. BY Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me di-   rected in the above Cause, I will Put up for   Sale by Public Auction, on Saturday the 30th Inst.   at 12 o'Clock, on the Premises,--That very de- sirable Water Mill and Residence, situate in Liver- pool-street, on the Bank of the Town Rivulet, subject to a Mortgage of £700 and Interest to the Day of Payment. These Premises contain the Mill before mentioned, with every convenient Apparatus for carrying on the Business; likewise a commodious Dwelling House, consisting of four good Rooms, a Kitchen, and Loft above ; together with Out-houses, Garden, &c. the Property of the Defendant. These Premises will be positively sold on   the Day above-mentioned, unless the Execution thereon be previously superseded.   John Beamont, Provost Marshal,     D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 November 1822

'T'HE Annual Meeting of the Society will take -*- Place at the Ship Inn, Hobart Town, on Tuefday, the 3d of December next, at 10 o'Clock in the Forenoon ; when the Eleâion of Prefident, Vice-Prefidents, &c. will take Place. The Society will dine at the Ship Inn on the fame Day, at 6 o'Clock precifely.-Gentlemen intending to dine will be pleafed to, make Applica- tion to me for Tickets. H.J.Ehmett, Secretary. TV/1 R. HunspETH, Surgeon and Acoucheur (per ?'?*.*' Minerva, Captain Bell), begs leave to ac- quaint the Public, that he intends fettling on his Land at Jericho, and now refides there in a Houfe belonging to T. G. Grcgfon, Efq. where he will be happy to be favoured with the Employment of the Settlers in that neighbourhood. IV/J HS. Cape informs the refpectable Families in 1*-* Van Diemen's Land, that (he intends to open, after the Christmas Recefs, an Establishment for twelve Young Ladies, as Boarders, at the late Refidence of P. A. Mulgrave, Efq. in Liverpool street, w...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 November 1822

M GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NO iTCE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Friday, Nov. loth, 18-2;?. nPHE Evening Bell will ring at Nine o'Cloclc, -*. till further Notice, commencing on Monday next. By Command of His Honor, _H. E. Robinfon, Secretary. Commissariat Office, November 7th, 1822. EAT.-The following Quantities to be de- livered as under: Hobart Town.-Nov. 22-0. Stanfield, jun. 1500, E. Kimberly 1500, W. Nichols, jun. 1500. 29-R. Morgan, jun. '2000, T. Croft 4000. Dec. 6-J. Rifeley 10,000. 13-Ditto 10,000. 20 -W. Rayner 10,000. 27-J. Earle 10,000. Port Dalrymple.-Nov. 22-Wm. Field 5000. 29-Ditto 5000. Dec. 6--A. Barclay 5000. 13-T. Archer 5000. 20- Ditto 5000. Of which Quantities 3,300 lbs. are to be de- livered weekly at George Town,and the Remainder at Launcefton. A. Mooni«, A. C. G. Acting Engineer's Office, Nov. loth, 1822. ABSCONDED from the Public Works, the under-mentioned Prifoners : Joan Johannes (24), 5 ft. if ins. high, black hair, black eyes, 38 years of age, native of Ben...

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HOBART TOWN. Magistrate for next Week—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 November 1822

Magistrate for next Week-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Ship News.-Arrived yesterday from Port Jackson, after a tedious passage of 19 days, the schooner Elizaeth Mary, Capt. Marshall, with a cargo of cedar.         On Wednesday His Majesty's colonial schooner Waterloo, Mr. Kinghorn, Master, returned from Macquarie Harbour, with a cargo of Huon-pine. Sailed for Sydney on Sunday, the brig Minerva, Capt. J. Bell.-Passenger, W. H. Moore, Esq. Same day sailed for South America, the brig Calder, Capt. Dillon., with the remainder of her cargo which she brought from India, & upwards of 2000   bushels of wheat, the growth of this Colony. This day the transport-ship Arab, Captain R. R. Brown, sailed for Port Jackson. The male convicts arrived per ships Caledonia and Arab were landed, those by the former on Monday, and by the latter onTuesday last.-After being inspected by the Lieutenant Governor, they were appropriated to their ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 November 1822

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN Briggs, of the ihip Admiral Cock- burn, leaving the colony in faid veffel, re- quefts claims to be prefented. 1 Mr. Win, Hicks, 1ft Officer of the (hip Admiral Cockburn, requefts claims to be prefented, 1 Mr. John Todd, 2d Officer of the ihip Admiral Cockburn, requefts claims to be prefented. 1 Captain Hall, of the brig Chriftiana, leaving the colony infaid veflel, claims to be prefented. l Mr. J. Whyte, lft Officer of the brig Chris- g tiana, requefts claims to be prefented. 1 Mr. C. Anderfon, £d Officer of the brig Chris- tiana, requefts claims to be prefented. 1 Capt. Riggs, and his Officers, of the American ship General Gates, leaving the colony, request claims to be presented.   Roger Taylor leaving the colony in the ihip Emerald, requefts claims to be prefented. I Patrick Rouke leaving the colony in the íhip Emerald, requests claims to be prefented. I TO SAIL for SYDNEY Direct, in about ten Days, the remarkably fine fart-failing Ship &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 November 1822

JUST Imported, per Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, the under-mentioned valuable ARTICLES, viz.-Rum, Geneva, and whiskey ; port wine, in pipe and bottle; claret, sherry, Lisbon, Barclay's double brown stout, vinegar, linseed oil, coal lar varnish, Stockholm tar, white lead, black paint, spirits of tur- pentine, mottled and yellow soap, stone blue, starch, superior Durham mustard, blacking, cart harness com- plete, hunting saddles, ladies* ditto, racing ditto, faced with red and blue; several sets of handsome chariot harness, ditto gig ditto, phaeton ditto, curry combs, horse brushes, Portsmouth bits and Brandoon bridles, highly polished ; checked horse sheets, cercingles,mar- tingales, ladies' double bridles, fancy racing caps, Weymouth head stalls, plain and fancy whips, station- ery of all descriptions, a great variety of children's historical books; telegraph, Tilbury, and dennet chaises, complete ; slops, Marcella and swansdown waistcoats, umbrellas, velveteens and German cords...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 November 1822

Commissariat Office^ November 21 st, 18*22. TDERSÖNS dcfirous ofíupplying His Majefty's -*. Siores here and at Port Dalrymple with Freih Meat during the Quarter commencing 25th De- cember next, are requefted to tranfmit Tenders to the refpective Offices ou or before the 30th Inft. A. Moodie, A, C» G. Commissariat Office, November 22a, 1822. pERSONS defirous of supplying His Majesty's * Stores at this Place with 10,000 lbs. of Sugar and 30Ö0 lbs. of Soap, are requested to tranfmit Tenders on or before Wednefday, the 27th Cur- rent. A. Moodie, A.C.G> Commissariat Officet November 7ih, 1822. Tlyf EAT.-The following Quantities to be de .*?*.* livered as under : Hobart Town.-Nov. Q9-. R. Morgan, jun. 2000, T. Croft 4000. Dec. 6-J. Rifeley 10.000. 33- Ditto 10,000. 20-W. Rayner 10,000. 27 -J. Earle 10,000. Port Dalrymple.-Nov. 29-Wm. Field 5000. Dec. 6-A. Barclay 5000. 13-T. Ar- cher 5000. 20- Ditto 5000. Of which Quantities 3,300 ft>3. are to be de livered weekly at George Town, &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 November 1822

N NOTICE.-All Persons having Claims against the Estate of the late Mr. Charles Fletcher,   of Launceston, Port Dalrymple, deceased.are forth- with requested to present the same to Mr. John Earle, of the same place, on or before the 1st Day of January next, in order that the Legality of their Demands may be proved, and Arrangements made for the payment thereof. The Undersigned, being a principal creditor of the Estate of the late Charles F letcher, and being fearful of the misapplication of the Pro- perty belonging to said Estate, hereby Cautions any Person or Persons from receiving from John Earle any Cattle, Sheep, or otherwise, belonging to 'he said Estate, for the Payment of any private Debt, until such Time as the Claims against the said Estate are liquidated; and likewise cautions John Earle from branding in his Name any Cattle or Sheep belonging to the said Estate, before the just Debts are paid. M. Corney. NOTICE.-The Partnership between us, the Undersigned, is d...

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HOBART TOWN. Magistrate for next week—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 November 1822

HOBART TOWN. Magistrate for next Week — Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News. — Arrived on Monday last from Calcutta, the ship John Bull, Captain B. Orman with merchandize. — Passengers, Mr. A. M'Cleod, Mr. N. Youngs, Mr. G. E. Hudson, Mrs. Ritchie and two children. Yesterday arrived the ship Admiral Cockburn, Captain Briggs, from England ; sailed the 13th July, the same day as the Arab, and touched at Madeira and the Cape. — The Admiral Cockburn has a valuable investment on board. The same day arrived the brig Christiana, Capt. Hall, from London, which she left the 15th July. On Thursday His Majesty's colonial schooner Waterloo, Mr. Kinghorne, master, sailed for Mac- quarie Harbour. Sailed on Sunday last for Port Jackson, the   transport-ship Caledonia, Captain Carns ; also, The brig Amboyna, Captain Wilson. The ship John Bull will sail for Port Jackson on Monday next. The brig Jupiter will sail for Port Dalrymple on Tuesday. The ship Emerald will positively sail on Wed- nesday...

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English Extracts, DOWN TO JUNE AND JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 November 1822

English Extracts, DOWN TO JUNE AND JULY. i Royal Births.-The two Princesses, Consorts of the - Infants Don Carlos and Don Francis Paulo, brothers to the King of Spain, were delivered of two Princes, on the 13th and 15th of last month (May) at Aranjuez. With a view lo a diminution of the great public ex pence attending the making the Island of Bermuda a safe and convenient naval port, it is intended to em- ploy about 300 convicts'in carrying on the labourers' work. The Coromandel and Tortoise (store-ships) are to be fitted for their conveyance thither. Bermuda is considered as an essential station for our ships on the coast of North America, and the West India stations, during any war willi America. It ¡3 worthy of remark, lhat the only English ships of war Buonaparte ever was ou board of are now lying in the Medway, viz.-The Undaunted, Bellerophon, and Northumberland, lu Ihe first, he was conveyed to telba in lula; in July following, he surrendered, and was received on board the sec...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 November 1822

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, Nov. 29//¿, 1822. "fc/T R. J. M. Hudspeth, of Jericho, is appointed -*.*-*- Chief District Constable of the District of Bath. Mark Wilson, appointed Pound-keeper at George Town, by the Commandant of Port Dal- rymple, is confirmed. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, hi. B. Robinfon, Secretary. Provost Marshal's Office, 28/A Nov. \&2± TO IS Honor the Lieutbnant Governor -*--*- having been pleafed to call my Attention to a Letter from the Colonial Secretary of the Terri- tory, to the Provost Marfhal of New South Wales, publifhed in the Sydney Gazette of the 11th and J8th Ultimo, in which Letter, by Command of His Excellency the Governor in Chief, the Duty of the Provost Marihal, in Cafes of Grants of Land under particular Circumstances, offered for Sale, through his Office, is pointed out ; I have thought it my Duty to publiih the following Ex- trae! of the Letter, which I have had the Honour of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 November 1822

M ESSRS. Mather and Hopkins, at Pul len's Houfe, Potter's Hill, Hobart Town, refpectfully inform their Friends and the Public, that they have received, per Caledonia and other recent arrivals, the undermentioned ufeful and ge- neral Aflbrtment of Goods, viz. Hosiery, of the very best Quality. Women and children's cotton, worited, lamb's wool, and Vigonia hofe; alfo a iew ladies' filk hofe; men's pantaloon half-hofe, and children's focks ; men and women's lamb's wool, worfted, and cotton under-v/aiitcoats; cotton and worfted drawers; net braces, and worfted pantaloons; com- forters, Angle and double cotton caps. Ready-made Clothes. Men and boy's toilonetand Valentia waiftcoats, at 2á. öd. and upwards; gentlemen's black and corbo coats, at ,£3 and upwards ; gentlemen's brown Se mixed furtout coats ; kerfeymcre trowfers at about 25s. j children's plain and rifle dreiles ; blue cloth jackets and trowfers j duck and drill trowfers j red flannel and cotton flairts ; Scotch plaid, wrappers...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 November 1822

MR. DUNN begs to offer to the Public of Van     Diemen's Land, the following well-felected     Inveftment of Goods, which are warranted equal in quality to any ever imported, and are felling at lower prices than were ever offered in this Colony:- Baby Linen. Caps, rich worked frocks, bed gowns, morning ditto, petticoats, ftays, gag'd-bodies, &c. Millinery. Ladies' drefs caps, thread and silk ditto, muflin ditto, patent net quilling, needles, pins, bodkins, Scotch tape, twift, imperial and linen ftay tapes, cotton bobbin, 3-cord thread, 2-drain cotton balls, fmall ditto, India cotton, cotton laces, elaftic ditto, ftatute galloon, broad cotton stay, cotton ferrets, Italian filk ditto, fhort wires, fpangles, moulds, patent thread, linen ditto of all colours, and flan- nel-binding. Gold and Silver Watches. Ladies' French gold watches, Englifh ditto ditto, gentlemen's mufical ditto, and filver watches, war- ranted of the beft qu...

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HOBART TOWN. Magistrate for next Week—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 November 1822

OBART TOWN. Magistrate for next Week-G. F. Read, Esq. Ship News.-Sailed on Monday laft for Port Jackton, the ihip .lohn Bull, Captain Orman, which lately arrived here from Calcutta. Sailed for Port Dalrymple on Wedneiday the     brig Jupiter, Captain Martin, with merchandize. The brig Minerva, Captain Forbes, and the fchooner Elizabeth Mary, the latter with a cargo of upwards of 2000 buihels of wheat, will fail to- morrow for Port 1 action. The Ship Emerald will fail for England on Wed- nesday next. The American ship General Gates will sail in profecution of her voyage in a day or two. Remain in the harbour and river, His Majefty's colonial brigs Prince Leopold and Duke of York ; the ihips Emerald, Admiral Cockburn, and General Gates (American) ; the brigs Chriftiana, Deveron, and Minerva; and the fchooner Eliza- beth Mary.     It is not generally known, that His Royal High nefs Christian Frederick Prince of Denmark, with his amiab...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 November 1822

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. CAPTAIN Briggs, Commander; Mr. Wm. Hicks, 1st Officer ; and Mr. John Todd, 2d Officer of the ihip Admiral Cockburn, leaving the colony, request claims to be prefented. & Captain Hall, Commander; Mr. J. Whyte, 1st Officer; and Mr. C. Anderfon, 2d Officer of the brig Christiana, leaving the colony in faid veffel,request claims to be prefented.   Mr. J. Livingstone proceeding to Sydney, re- quests claims to be prefented.   Mr. T. L. Phillips leaving the colony by an early opportunity, requests claims to be prefented.   Mr. Jofeph Williamfon leaving the colony in the Chip Emerald, requests all claims may be prefented ; and as he intends to return hither in the courfe of 12 months, he leaves full power with his Brother, Mr. M. Williamfon, of the Broad Marfh, to act as his agent during his absence.   Roger Taylor, Patrick Rouke, and Richard Maul, leaving the colony in the ihip Emerald, request claims to be pre...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 December 1822

ß SALES BY AUCTION. BY LEWIS Sí COX, At their Mart, on Tuesday next, the 10th Instant, AN exceedingly handsome Tilbury, with patent lamps, drop box, and cushions, lined with green cloth, and hound, complete; a Tilted Chaise; two double-barrelled fowling pieces,excellenlsets of ivory handled knives and forks, and a variety of articles of cutleuy, slops, saddles & bridles, tools, sugar, ploughs, hand-drills, sundry agricultural implements; and a quantity of turpentine & glauber salts, in small lois. BY lewis & cox, At the same Place, Time, and Date, AN HEIFER, in calf; Three Pair of Working Bul- locks, an exceedingly fi«e-young Bull, of the Port Dalrymple breed, and a substantial Dray, BV LKW1S Se cox, On Saturday next, the 14th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, at Messrs. Read &. Bethune's, A Large Quantity of Salt Beef and Pork, in perfect **» sound casks, and in excellent condition; Soap, Wines, and sundry other valuable property. ffclr Purchasers above £50 wi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 December 1822

T GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. H I.i i .» i ii i Government House, Hobart Town» Friday, Dec. 6th. 1822. HE following Appointments, by the Com- mandant of Port Dalrymple, are confirmed : Redmond Burke, 1 ", , 0 ^ , . i,m«TumnfJ (. To be Constables at James I homplon. > T A. , r . I Launceston. Alexander Lau mer, J John Head, to be Constable at George Town. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H, E. Kobin(onf Secretary. Provost Marshal's Office, 28M Nov. 182*2. HIS Honor the Lieutenant Governor huviug been pleased lo call my Attention to a Letter from the Colonial Secretary of the Territory, to the Provost Marshal of New South Wales, published in the Sydney Gazette of the 11th and 18th Ultimo, in which Leiter, by Command of His Excellency the Governor in Chief, the Duty of the Provost Marshal, in Cases of Grants of Land under particular Circumstance«, offered for Sale,through his Office, is pointed out; I have thought it my Duty to publish the following Extract of the...

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