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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

The King bu purohaiad the singular tower com- monly called the Clock case, on Bagshot heath, the top of which commands a full view of Virginia water. Captain Acland of the Helicon, and brother of Sir T. D. Acland, bart, died At the Cape of Good Hope ia lune last. Th« colony of Honduras, we regret to I«arn,is by no means in a prosperous condition: Notwithstand- ing the late tax of 1 per cent, on all unrated merchan- dize being in full operation, tho arrears of revenue lett year amounted to a sum above 8,0001. South down wool is almost unsaleable in England even at half its former prices. Mr. Curiéis, the oounty member, at the last Lowes wool fair main tained, that the quality of that wool had not deterio- rated in any respect. Mr. Bull, ho«rcvcr, «rho had given an opposito opinion in his evidence before the Lerds, firmly maintained his point. Messrs. Elltnan produced specimens of their fleeces for the last ten years, which indicated no falling off. Howsoever the case case may be, no ...

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THE OLD WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

THE OLD WORLD; THE Kino, we»r«joice to state, enjoyed perfect' health, and attended Bgham races «vary day on th« S7tb,28th, «nd 29tlij)f August, the only monarch-, except his father, who once attended'this scene 0f Magna Charta since the time of lang John. His Msjesty slopped oh the course until he'»aw hi» favonrtte mare win her raoe, when he took his de- parture. The rases are described to have been the finest ever seen. His Majesty held a Privy Council at Windior on- * the 25th of August, at whieb Parliament was farther prorogued till the 30th October. The neW Archbishop, of Canterbury and the Bishop of London wereprel sen ted, and did homage before the King. Mr, Peel came from Brightou to attend the-Council.-1 The Prussian papers vtntc, th«t in an action bes tween th« Russians and Turk« near Shumla, the for« mer sustained a defeat with a los» of 1500 men, and the following day «a additional loss of many men and 5 pieoes of cannon. Op the same day a battle took place opposite Widd...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

IMPOUNDED, AT Macquarie plains, one brown and white Cow, branded TT on near ribs, 1 dark red con-, branded CL or CL, behind the near shoulder, IC near bip, JW off shoulder, and JW off hip, quarter taken from back of near ear, and has a brandy coloured calf, with tip off each ear. If the above are not claimed, expenses paid, and taken away within 21 days from this date, they will be sold on the follow- ing Monday to defray the same. J. MARSHALL. Jan. IO, 1829. Poundkeepsr. " PETER FIN." THE celebrated Horse PETER FIN, will stand at Wanstead Park, Bathurst, this Sea- son. Peter Fin ii a beautiful dark bay Hone, wilh black legs, rosne and tail, stsnds 15 bauds 2 inches high, and combines the most perfeot symmetry nnd beauty, with great bone and muscular powers. As to pedigree, no Horse in Europe boasti superior blood,being got by Whalebone, out of Ssotins, by Delpbina, graadsm Seo la by Eclipse, great-grand-dam by Herod, &e. For performances see Racing Calen dar in possession o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

M. GOODS per PERSIAN. JpiEORGE LANGFORD lins to announce, that %JT he has an elegant assortment of Goods by the iib'ove named shipi ( Januar/ 5,1028. t JUST LANDED ex LANG, And on Sale at J. PARKER'S General Stores, jf . i ' Elinbeth-sireeti ,* Ärcjnantity of Cherrington'* XX~ALE of sffperínr' quality, which will be sold on most modérate term«. Also, constantly on hand, ' Genuine Cognac BRANDY, Fine Hollands GIN, Jamaica RUM, Cope WINE in half pipes, Stc&c. 1 Elirabelh-street, Jan. 8,1829. To Shingle Splitters. WANTED, a large number of Shingles. For di- mensions and other particulars Apply to Jackson and Addison, builders, Elisabeth street. MRS. DOWSETT ID returning thanks to lior Friends and the Public for the patronnée she has received since the commencement of ht r Es1 a blishment begs to intimate thal her Soruinary uil ve-open on Monday next the I2lh instant. Mount Pleasant, Jan. A, 1829. Just imported per LANG, and on Sale by the undersigned, WOOL bagging, three-bushel...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1829. TRADE AND SÍliPPÍNG. Arrived on Saturday ihe ship Persian, Capt. Robt. Plunkett, from Louden "Ah Àtigutd, with a general «argo,consisting of 500 deals, '¿Ö east* glass. 45 .asks beer, hats, haberdashery, tallow, linen, muskets, £04 bars and 00 bundles iron, 14 hhds. painter's colours, oil and turpentine, rosin, hams, tin ware, tur- nery, 430 bags and It hhds. salt, consigned to Capt. Plunkett. 35 cask» oils and colours, 1 butt, 20 boxes, and 0 drums carrants, raisins and figs, re. fined sogar, sugar of candy, 45 cases and 10 casks Portagal red and white wine, 4 boxes almonds, 16. hods, nun.' 10, oases starch, IS boxes candles, 4 hhds, vinegar, ginger, sago, annatto, pimento, bottled beer, a«bsMéb;Tll eues Madeira, and 0 esses Frsneh win«, Mstk' lta#i«il< ead pickle», 10 barrels pork, to order, 89 barrell pork, 17 boxes «hesse, Kensey and Go. f teases slops, haberdashery, &o. Geo. Langford. r> 1,1 cas« hardwar...

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[?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

OST. LAUNCESTON, 28. charge of breaking Srant and stealing Rowlands for prisoner ¡ne, charged with way of 1 musket, Guilty. of stealing 2 blan   of R Chas. Edwards and Edward Sweeney. Mr. Rowlands for prisoner. Wednesday 31. George Palmer and Richard Goodwin, charged with breaking into the house of Captain Ritchie, and stealing various articles, the property of Robert Mailer. Palmer guilty; Goodwin not guiity.   John Grant and Philip Best, convicted of stealing 5 lambs, the property of David Hildyard. Mr. Rowlands for prisoner. Thusday 1st January. Thomas Rogers, found guilty of stealing in the dwelling-house of Francis Rose several articles, the property of Rob. Thirkell. Mr Rowlands for prisoner James Staines and William Davis, charged with stealing 2 hats the property of John Hodgetts and James O'Neill. Not guilty. George Jones, found guilty of stealing 2 yards of cloth value 30s. the property af Thomas Underwood.   Stephen Hopwood, a witnes...

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LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

LOCALITIES. The genis! thunder-showers during tb« week have ¡ not only fostered the filling ears of corn, but have ' afforded one'of the best seasons during many yeais for the sowing sod growth of turnips, which the , farmers arc generally now in »he aot of putting in the ground.'1 * " The oatie«» have not appeared in any of. the set- tled districts, that we have learned, for som« wavks, and it is generally »opposed they are driven back, and deterred from farther incursions on the stock keepets The last accounts we heard of them was at (he Clytie, when a party of soldiers surprised a horde of them, who precipitately fled, leaving behind, blank«!», sheep shear», &c. and a great number of »pears The police and military must not however rrlax. hut persevere lu their exertious to apprehend the blacks, when they eau be disposed of in a way we trust conducive alike to their, own advantage aaii the general peace of th« islnud. Mr. (silbert Robertson, the chief district constable at...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

From the Gazette of this Day. ALL Convicts holding Tickets of Leave, are di rected to appear on the first of February next, at the Police Office of the District in which they respectively reside, for the purpose of being mustered by the Police Magistrate ;-on this occasion the Police Magistrates will endorse on the Ticket the residence of the Convict, who will not subsequently be permitted to change his abode, without the spe cial authority of the same Police Magistrate. This course will obviate the necessity of Ticket of     Leave Men proceeding to Hobart town and Launces ton periodically as heretofore ; and, with the Monthly District Muster, prescribed by the existing Regula tions, will enable the Police Magistrates to ascertain the occupation, habits and connexions of a class of men whom The Lieutenant Govervnor confidently ex pects are useful to the community, and, are gradu ally preparing themselves for having those privileges restored to them which ha...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 January 1829

THE HOB A RI-row s ALMANACK will be pub- lished next week. , . f '10 BL SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. T. COLUCOTT, Athis Mart in Murray street, on 'Ihursday next the 15th instant at 12 o'clock, A quantity of Paints, Oils, and Rosin, consisting of White lead, Greeu Blue, Black, and Yel low Paint»in keg« of J8 and I41hs. each. Paint ore in jugs and baskets of 6 gallons, and Resin in bar- tels. , Prompt payment. At the same time and, phire, i AN excellent young HORSK, VA |I*I eje nnd a half high, risipg 4 yeais old, entire, perleclly gentle and pleasant ip his paces. ' ' Approved Bill at three months, At the same tim* and place, WENTY dozen of Sherry « 20 boxes Havannah Segara ' % hogsheads of Claret , Prompt payaient, j WANTED * ' 1 A Shephard:-His character must be unsxeep ttionablei Apply;al,tb« oSffiee/- , T FIVE POUNDS HEWARD. ..:OO:I:,-::Í .'-.a?/.ii"Jr "" '^<uqv;;uo'm^:. : ü-i':.^.:::« «i-',îaT.?NOTIGR.-r-.t £r/A^ltf.?** ? Police Oßce,rVat&loo Point, Great Stean ...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

INDIA. The following «hipi for Europe were advertised a I Calcutta- in September, General Harris, Governor Harcourt, Bradoefc, Othello, Albion, Bahamian, Clan dine, Boyne, Welcome, Juliana, Roxburgh Cattle,, William, Coromandel, Cornwall, Euphrates, Geor giant, Victory, Clifton, Marie Ros?, and Minstrel. An officer «n the service has written a poem called the siege of Bhnrtpoor.in 5 cantos, & published it at Calcutta. The canto» are headed, the gathering, the investment, the camp, the siege and the storm. In theiait «amber of tiu- Oiiental Q-MMerly Mnpn 'tine,-published at Co'cutt», it an iulere<ii>i» temuM j of a riait to Mount Ptruioatb tod ib? Jalna temple» . ' .* . «> Tb« Iiigheit price charged for a full drat« blue or blank coat, made to measure, in Calcutta, i« 60 rupee« or ¿I. and other article« of dr«s« in propor- tion. Dr. Crockett formerly of this place wat in good health in September last and in full practice in Calcutta. There are two daily newsp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

Tû Merchants, Ship-owners #. others. Afeinglt) young Man, 38 year« of «ge, son of a most worthy respectable Clergyman, just landed from England, Would be happy to eugage him- self either «t Cleric in a Counting house, or Writer on board a Ship as' Captain's Clerk. He writes a fine expeditious tunning hand, mid understands »choUnli extremely well Testimonials of chsVscKr & abilities nfc can produce item sevetal ttsp/ctabfe Oleigytiieii end Merthnntr. . tt.terl addmMd to Salve David», Piloting Qfit*» will ta attende«) to« àÀLE BY AUCTION, BY MR. J. T. COLLipoTT, At th» Stores of Meisrs. KEMP & Co. Macquarie street, on Monday next the 19th instant, at 12 o' clock precisely, Without reserve, part ef the Cargo of the Ship Wave, consisting of ^TERY choice Wines :-viz. Claret ia 6 dozen ¥ cases, superfine Port in ditto. Madeira in do. Faro wine in do. Figueira in hogshead», SauUrne and Pruguao in 6 doz, cases, Muscadine in 3 and G do/, cases, Vin de Grave In 3 dex. cases. L...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

FOR LONDON, THE fast sailing new ship CORO' _^ NET, Capt. T. B. Dome!, Com mander, now at Sydney, receiving her dead weight, will bo at Launceston on the 1st of January, to load or England, and proceed to London direot, provided sufficient freight offers, otherwise to call at tbis port to oompleat ber cargo, and leave on the 15 th of February. For freight or passage apply to the undersigned, or to Messrs. Thomson and Ralston, Launceston. JOHN LORD. SHIP ORELIA. FOR LONDON DIRECT. _á6^hfT1 H AT regular trader and fine fast-sailing iftflglH&- X ship ORELIA, 380 ton», Captain Hudson, may be expected at this port in February and will load for London direct. Fieight or passage may be engaged by application to the undersigned. JOHN LORT». Wharf, Dec. 23,1828. FOR LONDON DIRECT, j5¿jJj?hrrJ"s,HE Hndersigned having charlen d (with /ipj^lgn JL the. intention of proceeding on bet io England). The fine fast sailing teak built Ship Marquis of Lansdown, Robert Noyes, commander, will be h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

Goods per Persian » GEORGE LANGFORD, has wcetvtt! Scarlet superfine cloth» Waterloo and dark blue do» Black and drab kersymeres, Black and coloured silk dresses» Sarsenets, satins and P«rsinbi, Pelireens, lace and edging?, Cambric, book, mull, and jaconet muslins. Elegant ribbon*, feathers» (towen, Raren and coloured (ewing silks, English, blaek and coloured »ilk handket» chiefs, French cambric, white brid black crapes» Fine cotton prints, and do. handkerchiefi» Black and coloured bnmbacitis> Bomba/.ets and Norwich crapes, Fancy drill trousers, irrnmbottn do» Valentia waistcoats, «ilk do« Fine while shirts, striped do» ¿Johnson's patent Windsor soap, Janiaioa and cuwslip pomatum, Razors, soissars, pen and pucket knives, Ilcarlh and bed rugs, bedside carpets, Silk hat divers, black hiul while tapes, Day and Martin's Gtofcjunç, India rubber, sponge, blotting paper, Slop clothing in general« FOll SAI.Ii, AT the Stores of Messrs, I hompion & RnNton, a few hundred baskets ol' ...

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LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

LOCALITIES. Hil Excellency The Lieutenant Governor, arrived it Launceston on ¿Monday on hi» tour to the west, intending lo ir.turn, as we learn, by the Lakes. A subscription is now on foot among the inhabi- tants of the upper end of Liverpool.»Irect, towards defraying the expense of carting the" materials re- quired for erecting a bridge across the town rivulet h ; Barrack-street, in the room of the one Carried .way by the floods last winter. The bridge, we bear, a to be called the Navarino bridge, and from the plan already fixed on, it will prove an ornament as well as a great convenience to tbe town. The deep hollow near the Government mill is to be filled up, forming a gradual asuent all the way from. Liver- pool-street to Macquarie-street, of which the level of the bridge will form a part. . It is with much pleasure we observe a gang at work at Liverpool-street, which is now in actual pro- gress of being laid down with as good materials as in Elizabeth or Macquarie streets. The ...

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From the Gazette of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

From the Gazette of this Day. Tickets of Leave have been granted to Thos. Wil   son, William Davis, William Henry. Certificates of Freedom have been obtained by Richard Leach, John Sweeney, Ephraim Digby, Ar chibald Bensurilla, James Morris, William Tibbs, Charles Newman, W. Pickburn, R. Clanson, Thomas Archer, James Griffiths, Mary Turner, Phoebe McCluckey. Mr. James O.Youl is appointed a Keeper of the Pound at Bathurst north, extending to the town of Perth, and also a Division Constable. The Collector of Internal Revenue requests, that those persons who have leased Crown Lands in the county of Buckinghamshire, will immediately pay, or cause to be paid, the rents due on 1st Jan. 1829, to him; and that those in the county of Cornwall, will   pay their rents to Geo, Hull, Esq. Assistant Treasurer Launceston.  

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THE OLD WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

THE OLD WORLD. By the Harmony we learn that tho fleet dispatched by Don Miguel to reduce Madeiia, lud arrived, and report add», after subduing Voidest and the constitua tionalists, had sanctioned the plunder of his troops for three dny». We trust this rumour may prove exaggerated. Lieut, Gen. Sir Herbert Taylor, is appointed Ad- jutant General to the ForCus, vice Major General Henry .Torrens, deceased. The captains of 1809 & 10. aro to bo allowed the option of retiring on the old rate of half pay, with a »tep of rank superior to that they at present hold, and the same to Lieutenants of 1812 and 13. Mr. James Barbour is tlie new American Plenipo- tentiary at the court of London. One of the witnesses examined before the Polite committee gives the increase of education as a prin- cipal cause of the increase nf crime. .This witness was a sagacious magistrate who remarked that a larg« number of the delinquents brought befoic bim could read and write. A still greater number, we do...

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THE COUNTRY POST. CRIMINAL COURT LAUNCESTON. Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. CRIMINAL COURT LAUNCESTON. Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1829. John Bryant was convicted of petty larceny, iii stealing a hat from James Trainer. Mr. Rowlands for prisoner. Recommended to mercy by thcjury, in consequence of his tong confinement. James Herbert, John Hagan, John Steven«, Jere- miah Donahoo, William Booth and David Forbci, pleaded guilty to an information charging them with a riot and assault upon Henry Hinksman, a poliou officer in the execution of his duty. William Wilson was acquitted on ,-i charge of rape upon the person of Margaret Cumbeilidge. Thursday, Jan. 8. Charles M'Donald and Mathcw M'Avoy were con- victed of stealing seveial articles of'aprmrel, the pro- perty of David Hildyard and Charle» Dix. Mr» Rowlands for prisoner. Benjamin Laws, charged with robbing Michael Edmans on the highway, of 820lbs. of flour, the pro- perty of Richard Dry, and William Gullen, charged   with receiving the same - guilty. Mr. Ross for Gullen.   ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 January 1829

THE   HOBART TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Friday the ship Lady Rowena, Capt B. Russel, from London via Launceston, cargo — 1022 bars iron and 45 casks salt, Van Diemen's land, Company, 4 packages stationery, James Ross, 4 cases of piano fortes, Mrs. Wood. Passengers — Messrs. Thain & Kerby. On Sunday the ship Timandra, Captain G. Wray, from London via Launceston and Circular head, with 54 casks salt, 349 bars and 116 bolts iron, for the Van Diemen's land company, and various merchan dize fo Kemp and Co. W. Fisher, E. Abbott, W. Cook, T. Blakesley, Dr. Crowther, and 3 boxes printing types to A. Bent. No passengers. Same day the bark Har?, Captain W. Hide, from I'ort Jackson, 27th December, with a cargo of tun rlrio», consigned lo dpi du Hide. Passengers Mrs. Hide and ramil», Dr. M'Ternan, R.N. Dr. ni«»n »ml Lady. Lieut, Cham}), and 30 rank and file of the (¡3d regiment. Armed on Monday the ship Reliance, 317 tons, C. D,...

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THE CIRCULATING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 January 1829

Tas CIRCULATING MEDIUM, ( It grieves me to leam the depressed state of the circulating medium in the town of Sydney. You may depend upon it, that,«hatever the condition of that ancient town may be, we moderna in Van Die men's land must more or less sympathize. What can be the reason of it ? The reason of it ! exclaimed my old friend, the reason of it is that we want ex-, ports. We mast dave exports or we shall be all ruined. You see nur wool which must be oar main prop, is as that Leeds' man said the other day before the Lords, nothing as yet but a drop in the bucket with all Captain M'Arlhur's in the bargain. You are very right, said I, wa must be careful and industrious and send something out of the colony that people will be glad to buy. But in my opiuiou the true secret of the depression both here and at Sydney is too great an export or rather consumption of tilings for which we get no teturn. We all consume upon our ownielves a great deal more than as young colonists we have an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 January 1829

Glass per Harriet. GEORGE LANGFORD hat opened pint tum- blers, | pint do. § pint do.f $ pint do. Ink *tand glasses, Nipple glasses} Sec. . Swan's Stores. J SWAN has received from London by tbe . Harriet, aw! lias on sale a very choice invest- ment of Hie following goods, vie : Ladies' Leghorn bats and bonnets fashionably trimmed, Do. do, untrimmed, Children's Leghorn hats and bonnets, Ladies' and children's fancy and plain straw do. Lad its' and children's beaver hats and bonnels, A rase of fashionable dress caps, Worked muslin and lace collars and capes, Thread laoe and edgings, Plain and figured bobbin nels, Slack and white lace veils, and green gauze do. An excellent selection of bonnets, caps, and waist ribbons, A fresh choice of baby linen of all kinds, _ Ladies' white and coloured stays in variety, Children's green cambric and nankeen bonnets and hats, Infant kerseymeres and satin do. Children's nankeen tippets and sleeves, A few handsome artificial flowers, Ladies' walking an...

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