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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN BANCO. Tuesday, 19th November. Doc d. Lord v. Maclaren. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IV UANTO. Tuesday, 10t/i November. Doc d. Lord v Maclaren. In this case it appeared that the jury had omitted to find, in the special verdict returned by them at the last sittings, lease, entry, and ouster, three facts which were admitted at the trial by the defendant, and which are only rendered necessary in ejectment cases by a fiction of law. The Chief Justice, before whom the case had been tried, had suggested to the parties, that in order to prevent the expense of a new trial, and as it was clearly a mere oversight, that a special case had better be drawn, inserting these facts. The Attorney-General, as the defendant had refused to do so, had obtained a rule, calling upon him to show cause why these facts should not be inserted as a finding of the jury in the special verdict, or why a new trial should not be had. The defendant did not appear. Their Honors decided that they could not, as the defendant refused to consent, amend the special ver- dict, by in...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
Snipping Intelligence. POUT OF LAUNCESTON, ARRIVALS. November l8-the brig Hamilton, 250tons, Bradbury, from New Zealand and Port Phillip, Henty & Co., agents -four passengers. 19-the cutter Domain, 24 tons, Kennedy, from Port Phillip, Fisher, agent-three passengers. DKPARTUHES. November 16-the cutter Mariner, 24 tons, Welsh, for Port Phillip, Guillan, agent-nine passengers. 19-the bark Lady Emma, 135 tons, Buckland, for South Australia, J. Raven, agent-three passengers. 20-the brig Rapid, I C2 tons, Hart, for Port Adelaide, Gilles, agent-nine passengers. 20-the schooner Essington, 123 tons, Archer, for Portland Bay, J. Griffiths, agent-twenty-five passengers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
_ Tor Launceston. "jpStbA npHE brig Essex, W. J. Roxby, mas "TCJSXXHLU Sunday, the 1st December. «CSSOSMSP I'"8 vessel beiug chartered will posi- tively sail on the day mentioned. For ficight, apply to WILLIS, GARBUTT, & Co. New Wharf, November 21. mi «TTr SALES BY AUCTION. NOTICE. IN consequence of the Regatta taking place on the 80th instant, the Sale of " Blackman's Valley" is post- poned to Saturday, 7th December. November 22. T. Y. LOWES. 700 Acres adjoining the Brighton Glebe, and fronting on Herdsman's Covo Creek, and tne River Jordan. MR. T. Y. LOWES WILL SELL BY AUCTION, To-Morrow, 23d November instant, at the Exchange Mart EHznbcth-stiect, at2o'clock precisely, AN ESTATE, comprising 700 acres of rich pasture land, situate at Herdsman's Cove, and close to the Jordan, bounded by the tfrighton Glebe, the farms of Messrs. Reynolds, Ingle, Ibbott, Devine, and Patterson, and about 2000 acres of crown land, (part of which will be put up for sale in January next). This pro...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
Shipping Intelligence HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. November 14 - H.M.S. Herald, Captain Nyas, from Singapore. 14 -the cutter Shamrock, 54 tons, Barrett, from Port Phillip, 6th instant, in ballast, Macpherson, agent -pas- senger, John Barrett. 15 - the schooner Elizabeth Lloyd, 90 tons, Stuart, from Port Phillip, 6th instant, with sundries, H. Lloyd, owner -passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, E. Sautell, and H. Lloyd. 15 - the schooner Look-in, 77 tons, Murray, from Port Phillip, 6th instant, with 150 sheep, Cleburne, agent. 20 - the bark Andromeda, 408 tons, Coltish, from Liver- pool,18th July, with a general cargo, W. Ward & Co., owners. Kerr, Alexander, & Co., agents - passengers, Master Ro- berts, Mr. Henry Pain, Mr. T. B. Payne, John Browne and four children, Peter Douglas, Martin Saupley. For Sydney - Mr. Finlay, Mr. Macdowell, Mr. Cubstone, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Eadon, R. Olden, wife, and child, A. Miller, James Greenshilds, John Evans, and Samuel Adams. Reports that the Layto...
ENGLISH NEWS. THE LORDS' ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
ENGLISH NEWS. I TUE LORDS' ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY. . The House of Lords met to-day for the pur- pose of proceeding to Buckingham Palace to pre- sent the address moved by the Archbishop of Canterbury, on the subject of national education, to Her Majesty. Shortly after 12 o'clock the peers began to arrive at the house in quick suc- cession ; those holding commissions in the army and navy, and lords lieutenants of counties, wero in full military uniform ; the other peers either wore the Windsor uniform, or full court dresses. About 100 peers were present at half-past I o'clock, at which time Mr. Pultnan, the Deputy Usher of the Black Rod, called over the names according to their rank and seniority in the peer- age. The junior peers left first, and went first in the procession, the state carriages of the Arch- bishop of Canterbury and the Lord Chancellor being the last in the line. The Duke of Wel- lington and a number of other peers joined the precession at the Palace. A great crowd .h...
Assignments. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
Assignments. I From Prisoners' Barracks, Hobarton-W. Wilson D. Jamieson, Sidney Stephen, J. Nuttall, W. Wilson G. Woodward, P. Degraves. G. Beavis, J. Waldie J. Aldridge, J. Thorneloe, A Montagu, C. Hurrisoi-i Mrs. Morris, G. II. Anderson, Rev. H. Fry, J Pria J. B. Stanley, J. Easton, D. Ramsay, J. Mahon. L From Launceston-M. Phillips, D. A. Turner, Jr Langmaid, C. Cook, G. Cathcart, J. Smith, J. Flex man, G. Govett, E. Coningsby, F. Carman, XV. Green C. S. Kent, W. G. Walker, P. Foote, J. Willialt, J Hills, J. Robinson, M. O'Meagher, J. Atkinson, II G. Ball, H. A. Bonnev, C. H. Wright, Dr. J. Grant J. Mills, S. T. Storey, H. G. Brock, W. Millington J. Gerrard. From New Norfolk-J. F. Marzetti, W. Dean, J Thomson, E. Burris, N. Bassliati, A. M'Dawnll, JJ Collius. I From Oatlands-T. Anstey, Robert Davidson, Pi Russell, T. Browne, T. Burbury, J. Wright, D.SlanJ field, E. Dixon, T. Farrell. From Campbell Tovvu-J. Whitehead, J. Gilligan Mrs Jellicoe, W. Kermode, J. Story. J. C. Under- wo...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. November 15. &nbsp; Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination by the Commis- sioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 16th day of January next, on or before which day any caveat or counter-claim must be entered : Francis Allison, 947a., Abercrombie, Somerset, ori- ginally Robert Young, whose heir-at-law sold to the applicant; claim dated April, 1838.-Bounded on the north west by 183 chains along a location originally made to Francis Allison commencing from the Macqua- rie River, on the south west by 49. chains along a loca- tion originally made to W. E. Godwin now claimed by John Bayles, on the south east by 182 chains along a location originally made to Hugh Murray now claimed by C. B. Viveash to the aforesaid Macquarie River, and thence by that river to the point of commencement. William Page Ashburner, 320a., Selbourne, Devon, originally W. D. Keating, who sold to William Brom...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
PORT PHILLIP. Port Phillip papers to the 6th of November have been received. The David Clarke had arrived from Leith with 230 emigrants. A Mechanics' Institution was in progress of form- ation. Emigration per "David Clarke."- The immigrants per David Clarke seem now to be nearly all engaged; &nbsp; their account of the voyage and reception here seems full of content and enjoyment of future good prospects. This vessel has been five months upon her voyage from Leith, and has landed two hundred and twenty-nine passengers, out of two hundred and thirty, one male only having died before crossing the Line. All that we have con- versed with speak in high terms of the care and attention of Mr. Gilchrist, the surgeon superintendent, and state that their provisions and water were abundant, and of the best description. Upon arrival they were landed in the ship's boats at the beach, opposite Williams-town, and having walked overland two miles to the banks of the Yarra Yarra, they were r...
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. &nbsp; By His Extellency, Sir JOHN FRANKLIN, Knight Co »mander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Knight &nbsp; of the Greek Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in Her Majesty's Royal Navy, Lieutenant- Governor of the Inland of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, etc. A PROCLAMATION. &nbsp; WHEREAS certain regulations were published in the Hobart Town Gazette, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1832, relative to the sale of Crown Lands: And whereas the necessary &nbsp; &nbsp; arrangements therein referred to have been completed, and plans of the parishes hereunder mentioned are now ready for inspection at the Office of the Surveyor General. I do therefore by these presents &nbsp; notify and proclaim, that the several lots of land hereinafter described will, after the expiration of three calendar months, become disposable. And I do therefore by these presents notify and proclaim, that the several lots ...
COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. November 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
j COMMISSIONERS1 OFFICE, j I November 22. Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination by the Commis sioners appointed forthat purpose, upon or immediately after the 23rd day of January next, on or before which day any caveat or counter-claim must be entered: William Thomas Napier Champ, 38a., Arundel, Monmouth, oiiginally Robert Chambers, who mort- gaged to G. F. Reid : the property was subsequently sold undera writ of fiera facias to G. F. Read, who sold the same to applicant ; claim dated 13th Novem-' ber, 1839.-Bounded on the south west by the River Derwent commencing from the south west angle of a grant to Henry Anson, on the north west by 35 chains along a grant to Cornelius Driscoll and Georg« Cartwright, on the north east by 11 chains 25 links ulong a grant to the said W. T. N. Champ to the aforesaid grant to Henry Anson, and on the south east by that grant to the River Derwent aforesaid. George Brooke Forster, 682a. 2r., Melvill...
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 22 November 1839
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. By His Excellency, Sia JOHN FRANKLIN, Knight Com- mander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Knight of the Greek Order of the Redeemer, and a Captain in Her Majesty's Royal Navy, Lieutenant Governor of the Uland of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependencies, Ifc. 4'c. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS certain regulations were published in the Hobart Town Gazette, bearing date the 16th day of February, 1832, relative to the sale of Crown Lands : and whereas the necessary arrangements therein referred to have been completed, and plans of the several lots of land hereundcr mentioned arc now ready for in- spection at the Office of the Surveyor General ; I do therefore by these presents notify and proclaim, that the several lots of land hereinafter described will, after the ex- piration of three calendar months, become disposable ; and I do therefore by these presents notify and proclaim, that the several lots of land hereinafter described, will be put up for Sale by Public Au...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 29 November 1839
SYDNEY. The First Police Magistrate.-On Thursday last Colonel W ilson received an official letter from Sir George Gipps, apprising him of His Excellency's in- tention to suspend bim from his situation of First Police Magistrate until Her Majesty's pleasure be made known, in consequence of his failing to dis- prove the charges brought against him by Mr. Ryan, which principally related to his employingconstables in his private servicp. We have not heard wlm is to ^'ucri'cdi Colonel Wilson, but we havo li°nrd Mr. (Ullllpbcll l»f Hie TrCMbnry »»mellas DelllR ilkrly tv receive llie appointment. We need not say that a more efllcieut gentleman to perform the duties of such an office is not in the colony.-Gazette, JVor. 8. The Harvest.-The reports which nro every dny i received in town from the interior relative to the crops, are highly gratifying ; and where the harvest has actually commenced, the free reapers are asking thirty shillings per acre. New Crown Solicitor.-It is supposed that M...
THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser.) LAUNCESTON COHN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 29 November 1839
THIS MORNING'S POST. (From the Launceston Advertiser J LAUNCESTON COHN' MARKET. We have no transactions to notice in the corn market ; wheat and flour nre merely in demand for present home consumption. Small quantities of flour, of an inferior description, have been sold this week nt 3ös per lOOlbs. Our quotations, however, are the average price of the week, for good samples. The last quotations for Van Diemen's Land wheat at Sydney, are at 9s to IO» per bushel. Wheat lös to 18s, oats Os to 7s per bushel ; flour, first quality, 44s, second 42s, ration 38s per 100)us. LAUNCESTON MAILS. To Poit Phillip, per Perseverance, To-Morrow. To England, per Cygnet, on Monday, December 10.
SUPREME COURT-GAOL DELIVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 29 November 1839
I SUPREME COURT-GAOL DELIVERY. j At HOBARTON-On Tuesday, 3rd December. COURT OF REQUESTS. At NEW NORFOLK- On Wednesday, 4th Dec. At OATLANDS- On Saturday, 7th December. At CAMPBELTON-On Friday, 6th December. At RICHMOND- On Friday, Cth December. PUBLICANS' LICENSES. At OATLANDS-On Wednesday, 4th December. State of the Female House of Correction, Hobart, town, Nov. 26.-Number assignable for Hobart, 25; do. for the interior, 02. State of the Female House of Correction, Laun- ceston, November 22.-Number assignable, 5.
Meteorological Observations, From Nov. 21 to Nov. 27, at Hobarton, 2 o'clock each Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 29 November 1839
i Meteorological Observations, From Nov. 21 to Nov. 27, at Hobarton, 2 o'clock each Day. n. w. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tu cs. Wed. Bar. ¡29 5 29 4 129 3 £9 2 29 5 129 E9 7 MeanTem.'29.5| 62 .Wind. South Ditto Ditto Ditto South &Wc-,t] West NorthS: South' Velocity uftlie TUinJ. io 10 5 10 30 25 15 Depth of Rain, 0.8 inches. ! Sun rises, 4h.30m. I Daylight begins, 3h. Om. Length of day, 15h. Om. Sun sets, 7h. 30m. Daylight ends, 9h. Om. Day increases, 6h. 10m.
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 29 November 1839
OAZETTE. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, November 20, 1839. SALT PROVISIONS. Notice.--Required for the Public Service about 50,000 lbs of Salt Beef and Pork, cured in Ireland, New South Wales, or Van Diemen's Land, to be deli- vered in sound packages, to be included in the cost price. Tenders for the above will be received at this office , until 12 o'clock on Monday, the 2nd of December next. , CONDITIONS. The weight of the meat will he ascertained in the? following manner :-The meat to be taken from every î tenth cask, piece by piece, and beaten against the side of the cask, to be free from salt, and then to be weighed. j The contents of each of the casks arc to be taken ) separately, and the average weight struck, and two , pounds per cent, are to be deducted from such weight on ; account of the salt and brine still adhering to the meat, and the rest of the casks are to be taken at the average weight resulting from the actual weighing of one in every ten casks ; and, although ap...
Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 29 November 1839
Snipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. November 21 - the brigantina Agenoria, ISO tons, Hurst, from the Mauritius, 9th October, with sugar and brandy - passengers, Mrs. Hurst, Miss Betts and servant, Captain Desten, of the American whale ship George, cast away on the Island of Amsterdam, September 16, crew saved. 27 - the bark Auriga, 232 tons. Chalmers, from London, 2d August, with a general cargo, Richardson, owner, M'Lachlan, agent-passengers, Mr. nnd Mrs. Natt, Mr. Tulloch, Mr. Nicholson, Miss Branscomhc, Mr. M'Kny. DEPARTURES. November 23-the balk James, 359 tons, Todd, for Port Phillip and London, with sundries-passengers, Mr. Roadknight, two Misses Roadknight, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- berts and child, Mr. Lawtell, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, James Brown, and Thomas Jones. 25-the bark Hindoo, 310 tons, Van Zuilecorn, for London, with sundries-passengers, Rev. Mr Morris, ' wife, and children. Mist Handley, Mrs. Camphell, Mrs. Fairgreave, Major Peddie and 3 childrett, J. R. Stevens, Mr....