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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

1U V UUlTiru Uinrvinil/UiriAAAnAA/IAAJia/lfl/1 General Post Qffi.ce, Hobart Toton, Aprils, 1826. . npHE MAILS for ENGLAND, by the * undermentioned Vessels, will "posi- tively be CLOSED on each of the fol- lowing Evenings, at 9 o'Clock precisely : By the LANG, this'present Evening. MEDWAY, Wednesday the 12th Inst. JOHN DUNN, Wednesday the ISMilnst. J. T. CoLLicotT, Postmaster. ]t/TR. SAMUEL SPODE, leaving the Co I "* lony by the Ship Medway, requests [ Claims to be presented» - - -

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, April 6, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

00VEttNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office} Jprtt 6¡<IB26. P1 ERSON3, willing to^ Contract for supplying from SO to- 30 Gvvt. of CABLE JUNK, for rbé Service of Go^ vernment;are req.uestftd jto¿sénd in Tenders for the same, sealed;and...marked (Tenders* for Cable Junk), addressed to the«Secre, tary, on o;r, before Monday the 17th In¿ staut, ai ÓfieyOlock., íThe Description of Cable Junk -refcjuired may be ascer- tained by applying at the Office of the Superintendent of Government Vessels. By Command of His Excellency, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, April 5, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE, Secretary's-Oß'ee, Hobatt Town, ._ . Jprii 5, 1826. T !HE undermentioned Persons- have obtained Certificates, of Freedom during the last Week : ..CERTIFICATES» , tVilliam Giles ...... Dromedary James Luckmun -... Ditto Sophia Nightingale .. Janus John Grotto.... Fortune (â) Thomas .Chapman .. Countess Harcourt Jpaniel Fox; ........ Caledonia ( 1 ) ' JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

SYDNEY NEWS. The Toward Castle, and the brig John,     from Hobart Town, arrived at S ydney on the 8th of March, after a boisterous passage. The brig Glory, from Launceston, with wool and other goods, arrived on the following day. The brig Dragon, for Hobart Town, and the brig Fame, tor Launceston, were to sail from Syd itej on the 15th of March. John Lawrie, convicted of stealing a boat, bas been sentenced to 7 years transportation! The Sydhey Packet is about to be converted into a schooner.   Lieutenant Dobson is announced in the Navy List, as Commander of the Lame ;lhe   will not of course assume his command, until the vessel reaches Batavia, when Captain Kingcomb will probably, be.promoted. At the execution of 4 bushrangers, at Sydney on the 6th of March, one of the sufferers   called bv name on,a man in,the crowd, to amend, his life , as be was. a very guilty sinner.'

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

SATURDAV, APRIL 8, 183«. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of'Two Pounds-5d. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, JAMES SCOTT, Esq. It. N. TO CORRESPONDENTS'. We have been favoured with numerous Communications on the subject of our contemporary. We cannot, however, .reconcile it with our duty to fill the columns of a Journal which professes to be a record of public events and of general information, with refuta- tions- of private slander and prolonga* tiona of a week's wonder. Let our Correspondents change'the subject of their .favours, and we shall be thankful to Teceive them.-" Lampoon itself Would disdain to speak ill of him of Whom no one speaks well."

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

MI7CE£LAN'Y7 ORIGINAL AND SBLBCt. The Burmese Imperial state carriage, captured in the present sanguinary indian War, has arrived in London, and is exhi- bited at die Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. It is one of the most splendid works of art that has ever been produced, presenting an entire blaze of gold, silver, and precious stones. The carriage blands between SO and 40 feet in height, and is di awn bj elephants Many families in France, averse to the present established system of Catholic education, have sent their sons to schools in Gottingon, Stuttgardt, Hofwyl,^ and other foreign seminaras. - Sophia Hyatt, called the White Lady of Newstead Abbey, was lately, owing to her extreme deafness, run over by a car- rier's cart and killed. She used to pass   her time in rambling about the gardens of the abbev, and in tracing the various spots consecrated to the genius of Lord Byron. She had ingratiated herself with the Newfoundland dog which his Lord- ship had sent from Greece, ...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, March 30, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, 'March 30, 1826   THE Satisfaction with which the LIEU-       TENANT GOVERNOR announces the   Capture or Death of Eleven of the Bush- rangers, who have so long disturbed the Peace of the Colony, is increased by the Consideration that the Intelligence will be equally gratifying to the Settlers, in ge- neral, -who have so long been harrassed   and disturbed 1 by those lawless Men. In a Cause which has excited such ac- tive Exertions from many Individuals,   HIS EXCELLENCY feels a Difficulty in expressing his Thanks for the Services   rendered by any Persons in particular ; and whilst, therefore, no individual Exer- tions will be overlooked or forgotten, he desires to convey, in general Terms, to the Inhabitants of the Colony, the high and just Sense he entertains of the co-opera- tive Measures which have now so bene- ficially termin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

QUARTER SESSIONS. "]^[ OTICK is hereby given, that a General ?* Quarter Session: of the Peace for Van ï)iemen*s Land and'its Dependencies, will be held At Hobart Town, on Monday the 1st Bay or May next. At the Coal River, on Monday the 8tb .* Day of* May next. At New Norfolk, on' Monday the' 15th Day of May next. j At Jericho; on Saturday the 20th Day of May next. " At Campbell Town, on Wednesday the 24th Day of May next-and f At Launceston, on Monday trie 5th Day of June next. AtwhrchSeiston.'^d to be helft as'afore ' said, such Persons as- are^under Recogni- zances, either to prosecute or appear, are required to attend. The Court will be opened on each Da) at 10'o'clock precisely» I SUbponas for Witnesses may be" ob f taified on Application'at my Office. W.T. PARRA MOR ryClerk of the Peace. 'treasurer's Office, March 24, 1826. »T»HE SALARIES, for the Quartei A ending the 31st March, 1826, will be Paid at this- Office on ^Monday ibA 10th of April. JOCELYN THOM A S, Col; Tf eaáurer....

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, April 2, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, April 2, 1826. THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve the Appoint- ment, as Constables for Launceston, of John Dell, Appointment dated 15th Feb. William Bonnelly, ditto ditto 22d ditto. William Horatio Brown, do. do. 23d do. By His Excellency's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, April 6, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

GOVERNMENT.. NOTICE." Secretary's Office, April 6, 1826. PERSONS,'willing to" Contract for supplying the following Articles, for the Service of Government, are requested tosend rcv Tenders for ihe same,- - sealed and marked (Tenders for Hospital Stores) addressed to tli« Secretary, oil« or before Monday th^ 174h instant,at Oneo'Clock : í¿3 lil'.D TICKS. 53\ siKiEl'S. 75 *>>ir of STOCKINGS. 36 BOU SO TOWELS. Äß ¡-lAM'KERCH£tíFS. CO Pieces »>f CALICO. - 64 V-rdv of' FLANNEL. 300 lbs. of LARD. The Doset iplion of the Articles re quired may be ascertained by applying to the Colonial Suigvon, Hobart 'I own. By His Excellency's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. Commissariat. Office, April 4, 182Ö BREAD AND FRESH MEAT. Persons desirous of Supplying His Majesty's Troops with BREAD & Fat-s H M ii AT, and the Gaol, Faclortf, and Hos- pital, with Bit EAD, to .the 24tb of June nexo, are requested to transmit Tenders, on or before Tuesday the 11th Instant. The Articles to be del...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR, The Colonial Times of the 24th ultimo having falsely stated that Mr. Evan Henry Thomas had been dismissed from the Edi- torship of the Hobart Town Gazette, I feel myself actuated, by a sense of justice, to declare, and if necessary to make oath,   that on the Monday next following the appearance of Mr. Thomas's resignation advertisement in your Paper, I held an interview with Mr. A. Bent, who posi- tively assured me that Mr. Thomas had solely of self-accord resigned the Editor. ship. P. WINTLE. Liverpool-street, April 6,1826.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. There has been no arrival since our last. SAILED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. There has been no arrival since our last. SAILED, This morning-TheshipCaudery, Capr. Noyes, for Sydney, with, 2 bags ginger, from Mr. Orr; 2 casks tobacco, from Quartermaster Hales ; 20 hhds. and 8 pipes Teneriffe wine, from Mr. Bethune; 2 cases cheroots, from Mr. B. Guy ; 300 swan skins, from Mr. Reddall; 1 pipe and 2 half ditto Teneriffe wine, from Mr. Wright; 1 hale wool, 6 bags wheat, 2 wrappers block tin, I bundle steel, I ditto kangaroo skins, 1 case muskets, 1 ditto ribbons, 1 ditto millinery, and 6 loaves sugar, from Mr. Pringle--and 400 sheep. Passengers-Colonel Thornton, Mr. F. G. Pitman, Mr. Reddall, Dr. Crockett, Mr. Pringle, Mr. Hatch, Mr. Wright, Thomas Byrne, David Glen, and James May. .--» STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 2Î1I1 MARCH TO 3d APRIL 182ß. TM. T. W. T. r. s; 7 hervíame ter from 1 lo Barometer] from) to Wind. Result' 49 53 52 51 50 49 49 77 75 69 83 72 71 7« 29 4 29.2 29.0 2.0.2 29 2 29 3 29 4 29.4! 29 2| 29.0J 29 3 29.3, 29 3 29.3; S. E. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 8 April 1826

1 M POÜNDED, «i New Town, a Red * WORKING BULLOCK, with the left ear halpcut ofl; a slit in the back of the right ear, branded T N oq tbeoffhip. Also, a Black SOW, with white frei. If not churned within 21 Pays from this Date, they will be Sold lo defray Expert cts. '. ' PKTEU AYTON, Poundke'euer. New Town, April 6, 1826. - ¡SAX;E§ *BY AUCTION, BY MR, *3* T. COLMCOTT,' At his Mart in Murray-street, on Tuesday ' the Uth lust, at 12 o'Clock, without Reserve r*NE (Hundred and Twenty EWES, of ^-* an improved Breed. Purchasers to the amount of «£20, will be accommodated with 3. Months Credit on approved Bills. BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Mart in Murray-street, on Tuesday the 19th Instant, r\NE Hundred Prime Breeding EWES. -* Terms-Prompt Payment in Spanish Dollars at 53. each. PUBLIC NOTICE. Acting Surveyors Office, April At, 1826. W EVER AL persons . having pleaded Ignorance, in Excuse for the Non f ti Iti intent of the Conditions upon which Town Allotments are granted, although such...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, April 6, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Seuretaiy's Office,J prit & 1826. rjpEBSüN», willing, to Contract fof *> supplying from 20 to 30 Cul. oí CABLE JUNK, for the Service oí* Go *vernmen^are rtquesied tosend in Tender» for the same, staled anduiarked (Tenders for Cable Junk), addressed to the Secre-i ?wy, on or before Monday the 171h In. staut, at One o'Clock. The description ol Cable Junk required may be ascer- tained by applying at the Office of' the ¿superintendent or Government Vessels. I By Command qf His Excellency, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

IIKBIBA131Í TOW H« SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 182«. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week, The Loaf of Two Pounds-5d. Silting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, W. H. HAMILTON, Esquire.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

DEATH.-At Hobart Town, on the 23rd March, ELIZABETH, Wife of A. MOODIE, Esquire, Assistant Commissary General and Justice of the Peace for Van Diemen's Land ; Daughter of Stewart Ryrie, Esquire, of the Commissariat, and Niece of His Honor Colonel Stewart   (Buffs), Lieutenant Governor of New South Wales. This lamented Lady was in her twenty-third year, and only married nine weeks.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, April 15, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

GOVERNMENT QÍIDER. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, April J 5, J 826. npHEANNlVERSARYoftheBIRTH -"* of His Gracious Majesty GEORGE the FOURTH, falling this Year on a Sunday, it is directed that it shall be cele- brated with the usual Demonstrations of Joy and Respect on ttie fol'ovving Day; naniply, on Monday ths 24ih Instant, which is lo be accordingly observed as a Holiday throughout the Territory; and the Government Mechanics and Labour- ers are to be exempted from Work on that Day. -At Sun-rise on Monday, the 24th In- stant, the Royal Standard will be hoisted at Mulgrave Battery, and the Union Jack al Mount Nelson. At Noon, a Royal Salute will be fired from Mulgrave Battery, and the Troops in Garrison will fire a Fewdejoie imme- diately after the Salute, in honor of the Day. At H alf-past 7 o'clock His Excellency ihe LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR will hold a Levee al Government-House. By Command of His Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, JOHN M ONT A ey, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, April 14, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town,, April 14, 1826. npIIE undermentioned Persons have . ?*. obtained Certificates of Freedom. and Free Paidons during the last Week: CERTIFICATES. ' .fc>hn Turner. Dromedary James Mason ...... Ditto William Dormedy... Ditto Robert Roberts « . . . Ditto John Kane .Castle Fotbe» Matthew M'Alboy .. Ditto Peter Kcefe. Ditto J. Wilson alias Roach Fortune (2> Thomas Forrester» . . . Countess Harcourt FREE PARDONS. Francis Barrett...... Coromandel John Spong»..Ditto James Coy le.Castle Forbes James Moody . Lord Hungerford f Patrick Kelly . Chapman David Williams .... Caledonia Richard Clark ...... Competitor.' JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

TO SETTLERS & OTHERS. TPO be SOLD, by Private Contract, a * most excellent FARM, delightfully 8huate upon the Banks of the Derwent, consisting of 700 Acres of rich fertile Land, well watered, and in a highly res- pectable Neighbouihood. I From the proximity of the above to Hobart Town, the convenience of Waier Carriage to within a short Distance of the Farm itself, and other Advantages it possesses, Settlers and Others will find the present a most favourable Opportu nity of purchasing, as the most undeni- able Title can, be given For further .Particulars, application to be made to Mr. J. T. COLLICOTT, Murray-street. IMPOUNDED, at New Town, a Red , WORKING BULLOCK, with the left ear half cut off, a slit in the hack of the right ear, branded T N on the off hip. Also, a Black SOW, with white feei.-^ If not claimed within 21 Days from ibis Date, they will be Sold io defray Expen ces. PETER AYTON, Poundkeeper. New Town, April 6, 182G PRINTED FORMS, requisite toW ?. tain Payment o...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 15 April 1826

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. An English whaler has discovered a long low island between New Caledonia and New Guinea, the natives of which had many articles which appear to have belonged to the unfortunate La Perouse and his crew, who must have been wreck- ed on that island. His last departure was from Botany Bay, 40 years ago, to ex- plore the Archipelago to the north of New Holland. ' The London shopmen have applied to their employers to shut up shop at seven in Winter, and eight in summer, that they may devote their evenings to mental im- provement. A Perth advertisement says-" The Duchess of Athol starts from the Duke's arms, in Dunkeld, every lawful evening at six o'clock." Sir Thomas Stepney, who died at his house, on the 3d of September, in Henri- etta-street, Cavendish-square, was a most polished gentleman of the old school, and his weekly parties were regularly attended by the most distinguished characters in high life. His dress has been the same for the last half cent...

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