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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 January 1823

A Government &« General Orders. Government House, Hobart Townt Friday, Dec. \lth> 1823. LL Prifoners of the Crown, who have been invalided upon Medical Certifi- cates, and are victualled from His Majesty's Stores, or whofe Condition requires Me- dical Infpeflion, are deiired to attend at the Colonial Hofpital.at 12 o' Clock, on Satur, day next, the 25th Instant. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _ H. E. Robinfon, Secretary, Commissariat Officet Jan. \7th91823. »RAN.-Persons defirous of purchafing Bran will be fupplied in Quantities of not leis than Ten Buihels, at the Rate of Two Shillings per Bufliel, on Application any Day next Week to Mr.Thomfon, at His Majefty's Stores. _A. Moodie, A. C, G. Commissariat Office, Jan. 9th, 1S23. T^OTICE.- As the Time fixed for the -*-^ reception of the *' Dumps" at this Office will expire on the 25th Inflant, [Notice is hereby given, that no Bill, Store "Receipt, or other Obligation bearing a Sterling Denomination, payabl...

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 — 25 January 1823

Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, Jan. 24th, 1823. FOR the Purpose of placing under pro per Control and Regulation, all Boats   plying for hire and for Conveyance of Pas sengers and Goods, between Hobart Town and the several Places on the Derwent and adjacent Waters;-It is hereby ordered and directed, that from and after the 8th Day   of February next, all Boats so plying be- tween Hobart Town and the under-named Places, shall be licensed by the Bench of Magistrates, and the Prices fixed and re- gulated in like Manner as the Ferry Boats on the River : Hobart Town, to and from, New Norfolk Gieen Point Herdsman's Cove Cove Point Half-way House And it is hereby OldBeachjorRosenealh Clarence Plain3 Brown's River North West Bay, and Pitt Water, ordered and declared, that any Boat found plying for Hire and for Conveyanee of Paifengers or Goods after the 8th of February next, without Licenfe from the Bench of Magistrates^ ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HIS MAJESTY'S VISIT TO SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 January 1823

HIS MAJESTY'S VISIT TO SCOTLAND.     Edinburgh, Thursday, Aug. 15:- The appearanceof this city and its environs, from an early hour this morning, was sin- gularly interesting. The shops were all closed, and all public business suspended,   except the duty of paying homage to the King. The earlier part of the morning was rather bleak and gloomy, but it cleared up before 10 o'clock, and the picturesque ob- jects which met the eye, when turned either to the Firth of Forth or the moun- taneous scenery at the opposíte side of Edinburgh, surpassed any spectacle ever seen in this metropolis. The Firth of Forth is itself, under any circumstances, a   beautiful prospect-no shore view can be more full of objects calculated to improve the coup d'oeil of a pageant. The bard of Scotland has truly described it in his lines- "' Yonder the shores of Fife you saw ; " Here Prestombay and Berwick-law ; " And broad between them rolled " The gallant Fi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 January 1823

Provost Marshal's Office, Jan. 25/A, 1823. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. Thornton v. Mitchell ; Same v. Same. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed in the above Caufes, I will Put up and Sell by Public Auction, on the Premifes of the Defendant, on Saturday next, the 1st of February, at li o'Clock, -A Duvelling-houfe, containing 4 rooms, and a Garden attached thereto, fituate in Collins-street, near the Wharf, unlefs the Executions thereon be previoufly luperfeded. - Field v. Cummings« BY Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me directed in the above Caufe, I will Put up and Sell by Fublic Auction, at the Market Place, Hobart Town, on Satur-' da.y next, the 1st of Feb. at 12 o'Clock, Four Working Bullocks, unlefs the Exc c ation thereon be previoufly fuperfeded. J. Be a mont, Provost Marihal. SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. FRYETT, On Thursday next, the 30/A Instant, at 12 o' Clock, at the Government Wharf, A Quantity of Pine, in planks, of ufe ful ** fizes, the property of ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 January 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq.   Ship News-Arrived on Sunday last the ship Prin- cess Charlotte, Captain J. Blyth, with merchandize and passengers, having touched at Madeira on her passage. Same day His Majesty's colonial brig Duke of York, Mr. Carmichael, Com- mander, arrived from Macquarie Harbour in six days, with Huon-pine and other   timber. On Tuesday the ship Brixton, Captain Lusk, arrived from England, with pas- sengers and merchandize, having put in at the Cape on her passage.   On Thursday the brig Brougham, Capt. Piot, sailed for Port Jackfon, This day the tranfport-ship Morley, Capt. Holliday, which lately brought male pri- soners from England, sailed for Sydney.       The Regalia, Captain Collins, which has   some time been taking in wheat for Port   Jackfon, will sail to-morrow.     The Skelton, Captain Dixon, will also sa...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R.Knopwood, M. A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 February 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Silting Magîslrnlc-Rev. R.Knopwood, M. A. N Shií News.-On Thurfday the íhip Brixton, Captain Lusk, and yesterday the (hip Princefs Charlotte, Captain Blyth, failed for Port Jackton. . Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. --Yeftcrday morning the Court aflembled «t the Public Court Room, immediately adjoining the County Gaol ; and, upon the Court being opened, the Precept iffued un- der the hand and feal of H is Excellency the Governor in Chikf, for convening the Court in this Dependency, was read by the Honourable the Judge of the Terri- tory, John Wylde, Efq. L. b. B.; and the oaths of qualification were afterwards administered co the Members of the Court «effectively, *> .> Petitions, for admiffion as Solicitors of the Court, with the ufual formalities, from Mears. Rofs and Dawes, with certificates of their admiffion as Attorneys of the Courts in England, were then read, and were afterwards allowed. The Court proceeded to the trial of three or four cafes of minor impo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 February 1823

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NO TICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, February 8th, 1893. THE Evening Bell will Ring «t 8 o'Clock, commencing on Monday next., By Command of His Honor, _H. E. Robinson, Secretary. TAVISTOCK HOTEL.\ TPHE Public are refpectfully 'infprmed, * that a number of Gentlemen haye ex prefled a wifh to have a Public Dinner at this Hotel, next St, Patrick's Day,r-Gen tlemen wiihing for Tickets are requested to make early application, in order, that the Proprietor may provide accordingly. NOTICE is hereby given, that Catherine Waddle, of Port Dalrymple, Widow     of John Waddle, dec. intends to apply to the Supreme Court of the Territory (thro' Major Bell, the Commissioner of the Colony), that Letters of Administration of the   Estate and Effects of her said deceased     Husband may be granted her. Bridge St. T. D. Rowe, Procter. '?".O be Sold by Private Contract, a Piece " of Land, containing about ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 February 1823

British Intelligence. The heat in England during last summer was unusually great. The month of June, was fair and dry, and the heat unprecedent- ed, it having been 87¼ in the shade. The   wind was generally from the east. At Warwick the Thermometer reached 95, and at various places it was from 84 to 91 —at night the greatest cold was 59. The Academy of Arts and Sciences at Bolton has publiwed a series of observa- tions of great interest in meteorology, being the result of 33 years' observation, and which give decided results as to the differ- ence of temperature between the old and new world. Old World. Rome—Lat. 41. 53. mean tem. 60 44 New World.   Salem-Lat. 42. 33. mean tem. 48 68 Difference...... 11 36 Since the discovery of the new world, our English gardens have produced 2345     varieties of trees and plants from America, upwards of 1700 from the Cape, and many thousands from China, India, New Hol- land, and various other pa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 February 1823

Government and General Orders. Brigade Majors Office,   Dec. 14th, 1822     HIS Excellency Major General Sir   Thomas Brisbane has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant Colonel Cameron, of the 3d Regiment, to be Commandant at Port Dalrymple. By Command of His Excellency     The Governor,         J. Ovens, Major of Brigade.   Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, Jan, 31st, 1823.   HIS Majesty has been graciously pleased to appoint the Reverend,   William Bedford, Clerk, to be an Assistant Chaplain on the Establishment of   the Territory. The Rev. Mr. Bedford having ar- rived by the ship Caledonia, he will be pleased to enter upon the Performance of his Clerical Duties at this Station. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.   G...

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Government and General Orders. Government Houses, Hobart Town, Monday, February 10th, 1823. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 February 1823

Governmentand General Orders. Government House% Hobart Toten, I Monday, February \Otk, 1823. | w THE Right Honourable Earl Bathurst, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonial Department, has transmitted,to the Lieutenant Governor an Act of Parlia- ment, passed in the last Session, which Act continues until the Year 1824, the Act of the~ 59lh Year of His late Majesty, imposing and levying Duties in New South Wales and its Dependencies ; and authorizes the Levy of other Duties, and the Suspension or it educ- tion for a Period of Ten Years of Duties upon certain Articles of Colonial Produce ; the said Act of Parliament is now accordingly published for the Information of all Persons concerned. By Command of His Honor, The Lieutenant Governor« H E. Kewson, Secretary. ANNO I Mt I IO GEORGII IV. REGIS. CAP. XCVI. An Act to continue, until the First Day of January One thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, an Act passed in the Fifty-ninth Year of His late Majesty, relatin...

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In the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 February 1823

In the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction.   In our last Gazette we pledged our- selves to furnish our Readers with some   particulars of the trials, which commenced yesterday week at the Public Court Room, in this town, before JOHN WYLDE, Esq. L. L. B. the Honorable the Judge Advocate of the Territory, and six Officers of His Majesty's 3d and 48th Regiments.     Daniel Magee was first put to the bar, on an information, which charged him with stealing, in the dwelling-house of Thomas Pearson, sundry articles of wear- ing apparel, the property of Wm. Kirby ; upon which he, on very clear evidence, being apprehended also with part of the property in his possession, was found Guilty, and sentenced to be transported to Mac- quarie Harbour for 12 months. Thomas Newby and John Stott were next arraigned for stealing in the Blair Arms public-house, 100 dollars and other monies, the property of Mr. James Ogil-   vie.—An approver was...

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. [Saturday, February 15, 1823.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 February 1823

SUPPLEMENT TO THE     HOBART TOWN GAZETTE., [Saturday,February 15, 1823.]   SATURDAY. - The Courts met at 10 o'clock this day; & upon sitting proceeded to administer the customary oaths of qua- lification to Messrs. Ross and Dawes, on their names having been enrolled as   Attorneys of the Court. Mr. Williamson applied by petition for admission as a Solicitor of the Court, and having exhibited the certificate of his   admission as Attorney in the Courts in   England, and the usual oaths of qualification being administered to him, he was also admitted. James Brown was charged with stealing some rope and other articles from Bruni Island, the property of Mr. N. Thornton. A coil similar to that stolen was found in the prisoner's posession; but upon evidence   produced on his part, as to having requested the master of a vessel lately here to give him some rope, as of some other circum- stanc...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 February 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate -- Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News: -- Arrived from England on Monday last, the transport-ship Lord Sid- mouth, Capt. Ferrier, hav- ing on board 96 female convicts, with 23 children ; and 21 free women, with 47 children, who have been sent out at the expense of Government, to join their hus- bands in these Colonies.-Surgeon Super- intendant, Dr. Espie, R. N.-- Passengers, the Rev. Mr. Henry Williams. & family, of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, des- tined for New Zealand. On Monday His Majesty's colonial brig Prince Leopold, Mr. Harris, master, arriv- ed from North-west Bay, with sawed timber. On Tuesday the schooner Elizabeth Mary, Capt. Marshall, bound from Port Jackson     to Macquarie Island, put into this port, in consequence of some sickness prevailing on board amongst the crew. She has since proceeded in prosecution of her voyage, Sailed on Sunday last for Madras, the ship Caledonia, Captain Carns. Remain in the h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 February 1823

Provost Marshal's Office, Feb. 15th, 1823. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. Thornton v. Mitchell; Same v. Same, BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed in the above Causes, 1 will Tut up and Sell by Public Auction, on Sa- turday next, the 15th Inft. at j { o'Clock, at the Market-place,-A Dwellmg-houfe, containing 4 Hooms, with a Garden at- tached thereto, fituate in Collins-fireet near the Wharf, the Property of the above Defendant, unlefs the Executions thereon be previoufly fuperfeded. John Beamont, Provost Marfhal. ÍA7 E, the undersigned, hereby give notice, V » ihat Mr. John Espie was tim Day ad- mitted a Partner in the Concern of Robert and George Espie ; and, in future, the Firm will be Robert, George, and John Espie. Hobart Town, ? Robert Espie, Keb, 14,1823. J George Espie. L^Llhb.^-l he most approved and effec * tual remedy for destroying thefe trou blefome Infects, may be had of B, Ndkes, Collins-street. A SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. FRYfiTT, On Wednesday next, t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 15 February 1823

Government and General Orders. Government Hoiise9 Hobart Town Friday, February Uth, 1823. R; Lewis Von Bibra, of Mac- quarie River, is appointed Chief Diftrict Confiable for the Diftrict of lennox. A¡flr. Tfmple Pearson", at Campbell Town, Elizabeth River, is appointed Chief Díftjrjct Confiable for the Oiftricr ni Bathurft, E*ft jSide. By Command of His Honor 'ihe kic.uteo«o£ Governor, ? V . ' ¿j, li» Robinfon, Secretary. Commissariat Office, Tfeb. 14///, 1823. Í7T? U1SAT.- U.s Excellency the Governor * * in Chief having determined ou the Pur- chase of Wheat, for the future; by .. Sealed Tenders, specifying the Quantity each Culti- vator possesses for Disposal, and the Price per Bushel at which he is willing to Sell ;"-I have to request of those Cultivators of Wheal, throughout this Colony, disposed to furnish His Majesty's Magazine» with Supplies ofthat Description, that they transmit their Offers in Ihe above Terms, in writing", sealed up and addressed to me, or to Deputy Assistan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 February 1823

fO be SOLD, a CURRICLE & HORSES, * wilh Harness complete, brass furniture. -Price of the Curricle and Harness, ¿*100 Sterling ; and of the Horses, ¿80 Sterling each.-Both Horses have been driven in sin gie harness.-Enquire of the Groom, at Mrs. Lord's Stables, Macquarie-street._ \m R. DUNN will, on Monday next, Open 1 v I his House (which will in future be called Ihe Verauda House) in Elizabelh-street, corn- er of Bathurst-street, opposite Mr. Deane'» New Building.-Just received, and on SALE, choice earlhenware, crystal, tea boards, best Durham mustard, ladies' shoes, toys, English soap, black sarcenet, satin, superfine ' black cloths & keyseymeres, muslins, nails, and ail kinds of ironmongery-on reasonable terms Wholesale and Retail._ TO be LET, for the Term of 10 years, a FARM, containing SO Acres, of which 10 are in Cultivation, with a valuable Orchard, House, and Banu- ihe Farm is only 2 miles from Town, and within ten yards of the door there is a fine rivulet of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 February 1823

Government and General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town,           Friday, Feb. 21st, 1823.     THOMAS MOWBRAY is appointed ex-   tra District Constable at Jericho, Bath District.                 MR. FLETCHER, of the Lake River, is appointed Chief District Constable, District of Bathurst, West Side.     By Command of His Honor     The Lieutenant Governors,         H. E. Robinson, Secretary.   Government Public Notice.   Secretary's Office, Hobart,Town,             Friday, Feb. 21st, 1823.     WEEKLY Messengers to the following Districts will be...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 February 1823

HOBART-TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. SHIP NEWS. — On Wednes- day sailed for Port Jackson the ship Lord Sidmouth, Capt. Ferrier ; having on board 46 female prisoners, and several free women and children from England. A small vessel, named the Lord Liver- pool, has arrived at Port Dalrymple from England, last from Rio Janiero.—Passen-   ger, W. E. Lawrence, Esq. owner.—This is, we believe, the first arrival at Port Dal- rymple direct from home. On Thursday the LIEUTENANT GO- VERNOR visited His Majesty's brig of war the Satellite, Capt. CURRIE.—The usual salute was fired, upon HIS HONOR'S go- ing on board and leaving the Satellite.

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In the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 22 February 1823

In the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction: Monday. — Thomas Starkey, Job Ro- gers, James Smith, Joseph Barnsley, Thos. White, Stephen Martin, and John Lang- ford, were charged with stealing, at the the Blue Hills, on the 9th of September last, 2oo sheep, the property of Mr. David Lord ; and in other informations, Starkey and Rogers were charged with killing the sheep in question, and the other prisoners with aiding and assisting in the commission of the offence; as also with receiving the   said sheep, knowing the same to have been feloniously stolen. In behalf of the prosecution, the first witness called was William Johnson, one of the prosecutor's shepherds, whose evi- dence was corroborated by that of the other, who jointly had charge of the flock from which the sheep were stolen. John Swift, the next witness, deposed, that he had charge of his master's flock, consisting of 1320 sheep, which he counted about once every fortnight or three weeks, in order that a return the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 March 1823

t r GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Acting Engineer** Office, March 1, 1823. 'IPO be Sold by Public Auction, on Thura ? day next, the 6th Instant, al 12 o'clock» on the Beach, near the Residence of the Rev. R. Knopwood« a Quantity of Squared Pine Logs, aud 2f inch Pine Plank, the Property of the Crown. -To be put up in small Lots to suit Purchasers. T. BELL, Major, Acting Engineer. Provost Marshal's Office, March 1, 1823. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. Thornton v. Clark. BY Virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me direct«! in the above Cause, I will Put up ck Sell by Public Auction, on Thursday next, the 6th Instant, at ti o'clock, at the Wharf, -A Whale Boat and Painter, the Property of the Defendant, unless the Execution thereon be previously superseded. _J. BEA MONT, Provost Marshal. '""""SALES BY AUCTION. BV MP. FRYBTT, At his Mart, on Saturday next, the 9th Insh ONE Hundred capital Ewes, heavy ia Lamb.-Prompt payment in cash. BY LEWIS & COX, On Tuesday, the lltk Instant, a...

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