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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 22d November, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 November 1817

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, 22d November, 1817. DURING the Summer Months, and so long as it may be found   necessary to issue the Rations from His Majesty's Store twice-       a-week, the Crown Servants employed in Government Works   will be allowed on Wednesdays an Extra Hour at Breakfast,       to enable them to attend and draw their Proportion of Ration     from the Store on that Day. W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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EXTRACTS FROM LATE LONDON PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 November 1817

EXTRACTS FROM LATE LONDON PAPERS. Some fiíhermen ÎAtely encloled in their nef, in Chefter-river, neAr P.\rkgAte, Chelhire, A curious non.defcript AqtiAtic AnimAl. V/hen CAUght, it immediately rolled iilelt up. H length, it is About fix inches And A hAlf, And in (hApe not unlike the VAiigAted hAiry CAterpilUr, cAlled »« The Tailor" Its bAck is covered with a very .fine dAik^Air, And (irtAll bUtk prickly iubft Anees, relembling the pen.frAthetson A young bird. The h Air on its fides is beAutiiully VAngflted, and the belly is of a 1'ght colour, dpproûching to white. It has fifty fix ieet, a d on each root feveni black points, appear- ing os CiöW», 1 he head, in proportion toihe body, is very fmûll. WONDERFUL SïEAy FRICATI--A Steam Frigate «vu launch« ed at New York lair, year, three hundred feet in length, two hua* dred in breadth, and thirteen feet thick at its ¿ides, which are com« pofed of oak plonks and cork alternately ; it c-rries 44 guns, four of which are íco-poúnders, the othe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 November 1817

rpEES received in the DEPUTY JUDGP ADV« C ui'i Orr ICR¿ *? Van Diemen's Lapd, including all Jkxpenfea uf cell Suit «of the following Amounts' :- ' ' ' i »..#?/ í When t"e Sum Sued for does.net;exceed One Pound. * o o 6 If above One Pc und, and not exceeding Two ditto . O i O IfaloveTwo dittoi and not exceeding Five do.- . ? . o 7*0 If above Ftvc do. and not exceeding Ten do. . « o 14 # If above Ten do. "and not exceeding TKiity do¿ .J 1 io 4 If above Thirty do, - -..---..-.« i 14' 4 PROVOST MARSHAL'S FEES: ' For every Sommons, where the Sum does not exceed Two 7 ' ni" 702,0 Pounds .-»-...-..-.- j If above Two Pounds, and hot exceeding Five Pounds ,0 5 ' 6 ff above Five ditto, and not exceeding Ten ditto : o 10 q> If above Ten do. and not exceeding Thirty do. . o 14' o If above Thirly do. ...... s ... . 018' o For every BAÍIADIC Writ ....st. ..lo 2 6 N. B.-No Travelling Expenfr. is allowed ihe PEOVOST MAR- SHAL for ieiving Writs or Summonles on any Perfon refiding with- in ten Mil...

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 28, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—JAMES GORDON, ESQ. Assize of Bread, as regulated by a full Bench of Magistrates this Day:—Standard Wheaten per Loaf 1s[?] or 41bs[?] of Wheat; Household 10d. or 31bs. of Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 November 1817

Hobart Town;   SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 22, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—JAMES GORDON, ESQ. Assize of Bread, as regulated by a full Bench of Magistrates   this Day:- Standard Wheaten per Loaf 1s. or 4lbs. of Wheat; Household 10d. or 3lbs. of Wheat. We are sorry to have to announce the death of ALEXANDER SEATON, a freeman, at Herdsman's Cove House yesterday after- noon, in consequence of a shot fired at him by T. Williams, a soldier of the 46th regt. It appears that a party of three soldiers under Lance Corporal WILLIAMS had arrived at the Cove from the In- terior, under orders to proceed to quarters ; that a quarrel took place, in which Seaton and Williams boxed, and afterwards fought with sticks; that a chief cause of the quarrel was a female lately   sent from Hobart Town to Port Dalrymple, who had been permitted to come over, but was on her return by order of HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, under charge of a person from whom she ran; that this fem...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 November 1817

Hi HONOR "iheLiRÙTBNANT GOVEKNOÄ IMS thought proper to dircO, thjtjt all Public CtíniaiuñicatWi w^^h^jnay"jppeijr?in ihe fíOBART TOWN GAZLÎTE» and SOUTHERN llEfOKTER, figned with an» Official Signature,* Are to-be confideied a Oihcul Communication» made to ihofc Pcrfom io whom they may reLte. ' . j > ' -...,--. s . i) BY COMMAND. OF HIS HONOR, W. A. ROSS, StCYCtuTft

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 November 1817

: PuBlic Soticet ?; ... V:' ' '*" ? ";''.^û^^àKi«^; ; ! ' v ' iV' "^ Äc*frfsci Assist ÄWT*Ctfiffiftx*Y fJ nee«ÄtV Or*icf|f ?? " », , Hobart Town, Saturday, 15th November, 1817.. . LIST of Perion. who hive given |n TENDERS for the Sûp. ! ply of FREÍSH MtiAT for His Májefty*. Stores, and from wbom1 the following Quantities will be received on the Days ex^refled againft their refpective Names. ? 5th& 8th Dec. 1817.-James Gordon, Efq. - asóoíbsV ' r Ml. William Roberts - ipoo ! .? Mr. Auguílus Morris - 3006" '"* 12th & 15th Dec-Mr, Edward Miller - 3750 .Mr. Ranfom ßc Gapt. Jeffries,- 2,50a ., , Mr. 1% R. Crowder - x5?^ 191h & i^d Dec-Captain Toyvnion « 4000, '* ' . '../''",'"? NJr. J¿>bri ßeamönt - 2OC0? \] ; ' \' MeiTr*. Magmnis <fc Sorîi - i^cM, 26th & 2othN De¿-Cía pt. W. Blyth' ''- - 3750, í ' ' v '-; ' : ?? . " Mr. Evans ' "' - ; V ; \¿y$ '** c aid & ^thJini »818.--.Mt. EdwWd Kimberly ' - ?dôO,n * Mr. William *KVml)ërly ' c -v :...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 November 1817

F . EES received in the DPFUTY JUDGB ADVOCATE'S ÜFFÍC¿, Van Diemèn'i Land, including dil Expenies ut eacli Suit of the following Amounts: When the Sum Sued for does not exceed One Pound . o o Jf above One Pound, 'and not exceedirig'Two ditto . o' i' If above Two ditto*, and not exceeding Five do. . ., 'o '7 Jfabove Five do# and not exceeding Ten dr. . . o 14 If above Ten do. and not exceeding 7 hirty ¿o. . . 1 10 If above 1 birty do. 1 14 PROVOST MARSHAL'. FEES. For every Summons, wherethe Sum does hot exceed Two 7 u Pound, . ;.;...'.'... j© 2 If above Two Pounds, and not exceeding Five Pounds , o ,5 ti ¿bove Five ditto, and not exceeding Ten ditto i o 10 If above Ten " do. and not exceeding Thirty do. .'* o 14 If above Thirty do» ...... i ... ; o i» For every Bailable Writ ....*»... é o 2 N. B.--No Travelling Expenfe. is allowed ^he PaovosT MAP sH AL for ferving Writs or Sumrnonfea on any Perlon refiding with, in ten Milee of Hobart Town; (By Otrferofihe Deputy Judge AdvocateJ9 N. ...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d November, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 November 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d November, 1817, HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having, for Imperative Reasons, some time since directed that Certain In-   dividuals in the Settlement should be excluded from Tenders of Meat, and it being essential to restrict the Cattle and Sheep of such Individuals (by means of Exchange or Transfer) being passed into the Store through other Hands, which would render nugatory a Regulation made solely to check the dishonest Accumulation of Stock, and would give Persons who have forfeited all title to lndul- gence the same advantage as the honest Settler; It is hereby ordered, that no Cattle or Sheep taken in Barter or   Sale, from Individuals who are themselves excluded from the Ten-, ders for His Majesty's stores, shall be admitted to be turned in on account of the purchaser or any other Person, unless such Stock had been at least twelve Months in his actual possession. In...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 November 1817

PUBLIC Notitf& ,,l>::j«";1;¿! J POLICE Orpic», HOBYRT TOWN, ra§th Nov«'i8i7¿ W7HERPÁS JOHN AND¡IEW LQpßL'f',"rprifótiér, ¿feet . 5¿ inches high, brown hair And eye's, Jbórn at ^¿r\hamptori#' & trica thetein Match, 1,8*6, cine out from Englarid ÎD the Sia WILLIAM BPNSLIY, hasabiconed from riobart 'I own »-¿-Ail Con* (tables and otheis arerequiied to make diligent fearch' for'the faid J. A. LOVELL, & when found, to lodge him fin,Hie Majefty't Gaol at Hobart Town. ; ; . ",i - .. , ^j A. W. H*. HUMPH R BY-, Police,.Magiftrate* BRIG JEUNE FERDÍNAND_The Public are hereby Cau- tioned ig^inft giving Credit TO any of the-Officers or, Crew, of the above Veffel, as the Commander, Captain A«'Pl(9T, will not be relponfible for any Debts they may contract.-, : , TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT^ anéligible DWEL- LING-HOUSE, with a Garden attacher*, centrjcally'fituated in MurrAy-iiRtxt, well A^Apted foR a Meacluni OR' Dealcx, OR, luitiblefoa a .Refpe£table Family.-Apply t...

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, November 29, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATS—Reverend ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. ASSIZE OF BREAD—WHEATEN IS.; HOUSEHOLD 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 November 1817

Hobart Town ; SATURDAY, NOV&M BER 29,1817.     SITTING MAGISTRAT*-- Reverend ROBBRT KNOPWOOD, A. M.                   ASSIZE OP BREAD-WHEATEN IS.; HOUSEHOLD iod» SHIP NEWS. - Yeftérday morning! ärnived the brig Jeune Ferdinand, Captain A. PIOT, from the Mauritius, out 42 days, bringing merchandize j and having on board four priloners for Port Jackton : alio, The íhip Charlotte, from Calcutta via Mauritius, having left the latter place the day before the above-named -veiTel., The Charlotte is commanded by Mr. MOJFRTT, late chief officer, the mafter Mr. MINI Y Çnirçrç B R haying died at fea about a fortnight ago. The perional fervant ol the latter, a Malay boy, is in cuftody.here on charge of adminiiiering poifon to his maffer j arid the other officers complain of having been oàngéroufly ill from a fimílar attempt.^ This vcffcl brings a...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 22d November, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 December 1817

Government & General Orders. GÖVB'RNMRNT HOÛSB, HOB^RT/TOWN, Saturday, 22d November»'18,17. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having,' for Imperative Reafons, fome time finco directed that Certain In- dividual» in the Settlement flvould be excluded from tyntjers oí Meit, and it being eflfcotial to reftricl: the Cattle and Sheep ô( luch Individuals (by means ot Exchange or Transfeij being pafTe<j into the Store through Other Hands, which would ren'der nug*{{)iy a Regulation made foi ti y to check the diihoneft Accumulation of Stock, and would g»ve Perlons who have forfeited all title to Indul- gence the fame advantage as the honeft Settler ; t It is hereby ordered, that no Cattle or Sheep taken in Barter or Sale, from Individuals who are themfelves txcluded fro/«iheiTen ders for His Majefty's Stores, (hall be admitted* ,to be'turned*, ip on v account oi the Purchafer or any other Perfon, ünlefs fucíi ft^cjc has been at leaft twelve Months in his aimai pofleiïion» I...

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

His HoNORihe LIRUTFNANT GOVIRNOR ha* thought 'proper to-4'rèÉ^, that all Pûbhc Communication« which may appear in t&é HñRAKT TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPQRTE^ligned' w'ith any'Olhcul Signature, arc to be confidered as Ößfpjri Communications made to thole Peiibns to whom they may relate. BY COMMrAND OR 1118 HONO«, \V, A. Ross, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES[?] SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 6th Dec. 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 December 1817

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES« SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 6th Dec l817   J. W. BOSTOCK is dismissed from the Office of Constable of the District of Hobart Town, for improper conduct.   PATRICK GOFF is dismissed from being Overseer of the Town Gang, also for improper conduct. THOMAS WELLS, Principal Clerks

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

FRIENDLEY FARMS, NEW TOWN. - All Stock-Owners and Persons, having charge of Stock, are hereby Cautioned against suffering their CATTLE or SHEEP to run or stray upon   FRIENDLY FARMS (late Robert Jillett's, Martha Hayes, William   Littlefield, and Martin Hunt's), situate at Prince of Wales's   Bay, and from thence to the Rivulet at New Town. - Any Cattle or Sheep found upon those Farms, after this Public Notice, will be     forthwith impounded., THOMAS WELLS,       WILLIAM ADAM BRODRIBB. STRAYED, about three Weeks ago, into the Herd of Mr. JOHN     BLINKWORTH at New-town, a dark Coloured HEIFER, about   12 Months old, of the cross breed; no brand mark. - The Owner is required to redeem the same, or it will be delivered to the Pound -keeper, to be sold to pay Expenses.                       PUBLIC NOTICES ...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Monday, 20th October, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 December 1817

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TO WN,     Monday, 20th October, 1817. WHEREAS MICHAEL HOWE, a Crown Prisoner now at large, stands charged in addition to his former Offences, with the MUR- DER of WILLIAM DREW (commonly called Slambow), on Friday the 10th Instant. In addition to the Reward of One Hundred Guineas already offered for the apprehension of the said Michael Howe, His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to declare that he will Recommend to HIS EXCELLENCY for a Free Pardon and his passage to England, any Crown Prisoner who shall be the means of apprehending the said Michael Howe.   By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, W. A. ROSS, Secretary.

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

CAPTAIN WILKINSON, of the Ship Ann, intending to proceed to Sea on Thursday or Friday next, requests all Claims may be presented to him for Payment at Mr. BIRCH'S in Macquarie-street. All Persons are Cautioned against giving Credit to the Crew of the above Vessel, as the Commander will not be responsible for any Debts they may contract.   THE Ship Charlotte, Captain MOFFETT, will sail for Port Jackson about the latter end of the ensuing Week: has excellent   accommodations for Passengers, and can take in several Tons of   Freightage; for either of which, apply to the Commander. - All Persons having just Claims on the said Ship, or Master, are desired to immediately present them for Payment. THE Undersigned having some Time since given public Notice of   his Intentions with Regard to Persons who stand indebted to   him, either by Notes of Hand or Book Debts, and it not having been paid attention to, has again to inform ...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1817. SITTING MAGISTRATE—JAMES GORDON, ESQ. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 1s.; Household 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 6 December 1817

HOBART TOWN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1817   SITTING MAGISTRATE-JAMES GORDON» Esq. Aflize of Bread--Wheaten 1 s. ; Houfehold 10 d. SHIP NEWS.--On Monday arrived from England, where she left the 17th of July last, touching at Bonavifto, one of the Cape de Verde Iflands, the ship Ann Captain JOHN WILKINSON, of 417 tons. The scurvey making its appearance amongst her crew, oc- casioned her to put into this Port for refreshment. She encoun- tered very severe gales almost the whole of her passage hither; and one of her men who had been ill during the voyage, died about a fortnight previous to her arrival here. This vessel has come out on a whaling and sealing Voyage; on which she will proceed in the   course of a few days.   The brig Jeune Ferdinand, Captain A. PIOT, is expected to sail early next week for Port Jackson.   Remaining the Harbour, the mips Ann and Charlotte i the brigs Jeune Ferdinand and Satin* 2 and the schooner Henrietta Pac...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Monday, 20th October, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 December 1817

G o v eriimen t & General -0¿ider& GOVÄRNMINT HOUSR, HOBART TOWN, Monday, 201h Oftober,, 1817. W. "i '* . .J . . ,'j . lVlonuay, zum wwu«.r.v.(. HEREAS MICHAEL' HOWE, a tÇjown Piifoncr now at large, ftands charged in addition ^p his former Oftencei, with ihe NUR DER. (ii WILLIAM :DSBW :(commonly called SlambowJ^uA F'iday the loihlnftant. I n addition* to.the Reward of One Hundred Guineas-^already offered: for ihe apprehenfi^n of 'the (»i^ Michael HoweVHis HoNOit.4he) LIHUTPNANT Gpv$R,Noa is {¡leafed to declare'that hejwilJ Recommend to HiaExc*LLBNCY(for a tree Pardon andihii Paifrge to England, any Crown Prifoncf who,f}wU, be ,1he mearis of apprehending thciai^ Micbae|?Howc, By Command of- His Honor ihe Lieutenant Govtmor, ' ' ' W.XA. Ross,'Secretary.

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EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 December 1817

EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST LONDON PAOERS, EMIGRATION TO AMERICA.- In answer to the shattering accounts               held out to ihofrt who feel the alteration1 ofthetimeti ancV think - they fhall Imjpröve their ftruatibn' by "moving to à< Giflant ebuntry,* - we fiihmit the following letter received by a moflí . refpeitihle mer-! chant of Birmingham. :-^[any,c1orrímentiupon ita contents from:us ! would be superfluous. BOSTONJUNE 2, 1817.   DEAR SIR - I am sorry to hear the didtress you have in England, but I do assure you, though I know the people in your country will not believe ir,,'that alnjoft e^èrîyî kindof provifion has-been« a \\uá pa;t dearer in all the lea-port towns in Aner'cathari in London, except .flour, and that h^sbeen fifteen dollar* the biri c1 the greateit part of the year, and baker's bread one fourth dearer than in London, - Provisions were never known...

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES' PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 December 1817

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES' PROCEEDINGS. On Wednesday George Appleby and James Mitchell, crown servants, were convicted of assaulting JOHN HURST, a peace officer, in Bathurst-street, on Saturday last, and sentenced to receive 100 lasshes each; and the case of Mitchell being much aggravated by threats, he was further sentenced to labor in the gaol gang for the period of 6 months. Same day Robert Dye and John Briggs,   prisoners, the two men whom we mentioned last week as having been apprehended for stealing the iron-work from Mr. PETER's carts, were convicted thereof, and sentenced12 months in the gaol gang. On Thursday, Isabella Thomas, a prisoner, was charged with privately stealing out of the dwelling house of Mr. DAVIS in Liverpool-street a quantity of wearing apparel, on Tuesday night last. She was sentenced 12 months' imprisonment in the county gaol; the first three months to be kept in a solitary cell fed on bread and water alone, and the remaining nine months to hard l...

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