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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 14 June 1823

Sydney Intelligence. Hyde Park.-On Tuesday morning last, (May 15) at the hour of nine, His Majesty's 3d & 48th Regiments, under the command of Colonel CIMRTIERE, were drawn up in line in the Park, preparatory to the half-yearly Inspection by the Com- manderof the Forces (His Excellency Sir Thomas BRISBANK, K.C.B. &c.&c.&c.) The Companies of the 3d Regiment (the head-quarters of which are daily expected), commanded by Major Wall, formed the right wing, and the 48th the left ;-the two Regiments acting in concert as one battalion. His Excellency, attended by the Officers of His Staff, reached the ground a few minutes after the troops, and was received with the usual honors. The line then broke into open column, march- ing past the Commander in Chief in re-   view order: All the varied evolutions fol- lowed in rapid succession, and with the utmost correctness. The troops were about two hours in the field. His Excellency the Major-General was ...

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 — 14 June 1823

5 o o 5 o o 2 o o 2 o o f 10 o 5 5 o 5 5 o 5 5 o 5 o o 5 «7 o 3 3 o 3 3 o 3 3 o PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. THE-Commiltce have much pleasure in com- municating to the Subscribers, and others interested in" this Establishment, the very gracious, Answer of His Excellency the Go- vernor in Chief, to the Memorial lately'trans- mitted through His Honor Lieutenant Governor Sorell j and to express their grateful Acknow- ledgments for the additional Subscriptions men- tioned below. (COPY). 44 Colonia Secretary's Office, 22d May, 1823. « Sir, ** In Acknowledgment of your Letter of the 18th of last February, covering an Address to Sir Thomas Brisbane, from a numerous body, comprising the most respectable Inhabitants in the Settlement of Van Diemen's Land, and soliciting the Governor in Chief's Support to the Establishment of a Presbyterian Minister at Hobart Town ;--I am directed to have the Honor to acquaint you, that the Governor,,ap- preciating highly the Advantages which must arise to these infa...

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 — 14 June 1823

HOBART-TOWN.       Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News. - Arrived on Sunday last, from Port Jack- son, the ship Skelton, Capt. Dixon. - Passengers, Mr. Charles Frazer, Colonial Botanist; Mr. George Meredith, Mr. James Cobb, and Mr. James Hobbs. - The Skelton brings a few horses. . Remain in the harbour and river, His Majesty's colonial brigs Duke of York and Prince Leopold ; and schooner Waterloo ; the Russian Discovery sh¡ps Creuzer and       Ladoga ; the ships Skelton & Andromeda ; & the brigs Ann, Urania, Dragon, & Thalia. On Tuesday morning. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor made a visit on board the imperial Russian frigate Creuzer, Captain Lazaroff. We think it right to notice, that an opinion seems to prevail that any person may pay away in less quantity than two gallons, spirits or other strong liquors, for wages, labour, or goods ; whereas the con- trary is the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 14 June 1823

Commissariat Office, fuñe 13, 1823 WEST INDIA RU M.y- Wanted, for , * x the Supply of fclis Majesty's Maga- zine, Twenty Puncheons of West India .Rum.-Perfons defirous of fur milling ttye MWhole or Part pf thi^ Supply, will !?e t pleafed to tranfmit their Offers, in Writing, ¡on> or, before Friday, the 20th Instant. I The Rum to be received as iç lies in the j Bonded Waiehoufe, and the Strength over that uniformly {hipped from the Victualling ¡Qflke, Deptford, which is 51 per Cent, under Hydrometer <Proof, paid for. » '_A. Moodie, A. C. G. Commissariat Office, June 13,1823. ^ OTICE.--All Perfons having Claims *.* on the Çommiflariat, for Supplies fur niihed to the Hoad Parties or Settlers in the Interior, or to His Majesty's Magazine at this FMace, prior to 24th May, incluiive, are requested to produce the neceffary Vouchers immediately._A. Moodie, A. C. G. '- Commissariat Office, June 13, X823. XKT H EAT.-The following Tenders, be ** ing at the lowest Rates offered, a...

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 — 21 June 1823

Provost Marshal's Office, June 21, 1823. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. BY Virtue, of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed in the following Caufes, I will (et up and Sell by Public Auction, at the Times and Places herein after-mention- ed, the Property and Effects of the feveral Defendants in (aid Caufes, as follow : Walford v. Morgan. On Thurfday next, the 26th Instant, at 11 o'Clock, at the Market Place, A FARM of80 acres, with a Houfe and Skilling erected thereon, situate at the Hollow Tree ; alfo, 100 bufhels of wheat, more or lefs. .________,_._______,__._ Brown" v. Motton. On the fame Day, immediately after the above, A New BOAT, lying at the back of the London Ai'ms, near the Wharf. Neil v. Lufh. On Friday next, the 27th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, at the Market Place, A FA RM of 30 acres, with a Houfe and Barn erected thereon ; together with 150 bufhels of Wheat, in stack, and 8 Pigs, more or lefs. Un lefs the feveral Executions above mentioned be previoufly fuperfeded. _J....

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 June 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magisitrate~G.F. Read, Esq. This morning His Imperial Russian Ma- jesty's Discovery ships the Creuzer, Capt. Lazaroff, and the Ladoga, Captain Lazaroff (brother to the Commander), proceeded in prosecution of their voyage of discovery..   On Monday last, the Merchants and other respectable Inhabitants of Hobart Town en- tertained at Dinner, the Officers of His Imperial Russian Majesty's frigates, the Creuzer and Ladoga, and the Civil and Military Officers of the Settlement. Up- wards of one hundred persons were present, who all regretted the absence from town of His Honor Lieutenant Governor Sorell,   on this interesting occasion.   The dinner confided of every delicacy the seafon and this infant colony could pro- duce, with a profusion of wines of the first quality.Several patriotic and sentimental songs were sung during the evening ; and, the Chair being occupied by A. F. Kemp, Esq. the following toasts were given, and dra...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 June 1823

Government Public Notice. THE undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificates and Ticket of Leave, during the-last Week:-                           Certificates.               William Barker Almorah     John Easy Sir-William Bensley.         Ticket of Leave Henry Wilkes Hibernia H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.   Secretary's Office, Jùne 20, 1823. Naval Officèi Hobart Town, ' .;'?;:', i ; Maif Vlst, 1823. ; '.;' ^Hobart Town, having ftrück on a Reïif on thèSoùtli «Capé of yan Diémén's j Land, on the ' 28th: Octoberlaft ; which Reéif'"j is '.'áfpréfentimperféctiy 'laid' down in "the Gharfs;l and has not been yet accu- rately examined ; the Foi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 June 1823

Government Public Notice.             The undermentioned Persons have obtained Certificate and Ticket of Leave during the last week:-         Certificate. Henry Swayne > Lady Castlereagh/ Ticket of Leave.   James M'Kennis - Hibernia:     H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Secretary's Office, June 27, 1823     Naval Office, Hobart Town, M ay 21,1823 The Ship Actaeon, from India bound to Hobart Town, having, struck on a reef on the South Cape of Van Diemen's [and, on the 28th October last ; which reef is at present imperfectly laid down the Charts, and' has not been yet accu jtely examined} the following* Obierva jms, delivered by, Captain Mackey, of le Actaeon, are publîflied for the Infor ation of all Masters of Veffels bound to Derwent, and intending to enter the Jirt by the Channel D'Entrecaste...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. PRICE OF BREAD {Fine Loaf, of 2 lbs.....5d. Wheaten..............4d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 July 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. ?»",.,,, ^r, un " » « 5 F«*e Loaf, of 2 lbs.öd. Price of Bread { Wheatei¿.4d> Ship News.-Arrived from Port Jackson on Tuesday last the brig Governor Phillips, Captain Maingy, laden chiefly with coals. Passengers, Mr. John Fergusson, Mr. A. N. Drummond, Miss Ann Meredith, and Mrs. Lloyd. On Thursday the brig Ann, Capt. Prank land, sailed for Port Jackson.-Passengers, Mr. Fraser, Colonial Botanist; Mr. S. C. Marsden, Mr. Cathcart, Mr. Turner, and Mrs. and the Misses Dillon. Tue Urania, with a full cargo of wheat, " will sail in a few days for Sydney; as will also, the ship Andromeda, for the same port. rRemain in the" harbour and river, the ships Berwick, Andromeda, and Skelton; and the brigs Urania, Dragon, Thalia, and Governor Phillips. We have at length the satisfaction of in-, forming our Readers, that we have received by the berwick from England, an entire New Font of Type, from the Letter-foundry of Messrs. Caslon & Li...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 July 1823

-Provost MarsKaVs Office, July 5fft, 1823. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. r*X Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me JS'direCted in. the following Causes, I will set upland Sell, by Public Auction, at the Times and Places herein after-mentioned, the Property and Effects of the several De- fendants in said Causes, as follow: Fergusson v. Roberts; Conliffv. Same. > On" Friday nexty the 11th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, at the Market Place, Hobart Town, \ 1» FARM, containiug 30 acres, with a XjL House erected thereon, situate at Clarence Plains. Anson v. Rice. On the same Day, Time, and Place, A FARM of 80 acres, with a House erected thereon, situate at Pittwater, and 50 Bushels of Wheat, more or less. , Kemp and Co. v. Staples; Same v. Same; Same v. Same. ' On the same Day, Time, and Place, A FARM of 13 acres, with a House erected thereon, situate at the Black Brush ; likewise, 400 Bushels of Wheat, more or less. Fergusson v. Hincher. On the same Day, Time, and Place, A HOUSE, and a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 July 1823

Government and General Orders.   Government House, Hobart Town, Friday, July 5th, 1823. HUGH Coggins is appointed a   Constable of Hobart Town, in Room of Daniel Reagan. Thomas Brown is appointed an extra     Constable for the District of Bath, stationed     at Jericho.   THE undermentioned Constables,   appointed by the Commandant of Port Dalrymple, are confirmed:   Norfolk Plains:           W. LAWSON, extra District Constable, South-West Division. Launceston:           CHARLES SMITH, in Room of J. Clarke, appointed Constable at the Ferry, South Esk. JOSEPH TURNIVAL, in Room of Andrew Winchester, dismissed for gross   Misconduct.   PHILIP JOSEPHS. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Se...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 July 1823

Provost Marshal's Office, July 5th, 1823. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed in the' following Causes, I will set up and Sell by Public Auction, at the Times and Places herein after-mentioned, the Property and Effects of the several De- fendants in said Canses, as follow: Anson v. Rice. On Friday next, the 18thInst. at 12 o'Clock, at- the Market House, Hobart Town, A FARM of 30 Acres, with a House , erected thereon, situate at Pitt Water, and 50 Bushels of Wheat, more or less. Fergusson v. Hinchey. On tbe same Day, Time, and Place, A HOUSE, and a Farm of 30 Acres, si- tuate at tbe Green Hills, Pitt Water. Unless the several Executions above mentioned be previously superseded. John Beamont, Provost Marshal. WANTED, a respectable Young Man, who thoroughly understands Book keeping.-Apply to Lewis «fe Collicott. ANTED Immediately, á Pair of the largest and best DRAFT OXEN ; their age not to be more than from 5 to 7 years, for which a ge...

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT, JULY 1. Leak v. Muddle. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 July 1823

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT, . JULY1!.' - ' Leak Y. Muddle. The Plaintiff is a gentleman of respectability, who embarked with his family in the ship An- dromeda for this Colony ; the Defendant is the master of that ship. For the Plaintiff's accom- modation and table he paid the sum of £380 ; his family consisted, besides himself and his wife, of six children and two servants, the two younger children lived with the Plaintiff in the cabin, the other four with the servants in the steerage. The Plaintiff sought to recover from the De- fendant some compensation for a breach of covenant, and maltreatment on board, during the passage out. On the trial it appeared there existed great differences between the passengers, which commenced shortly after they left England, to their arrival here; so as to render it necessary to make a division at the table during meal times, that the parties should not sit together ; one party sat at the upper end of the table with the Captain, the other end was ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 July 1823

Government Public Notice. The undermentioned Persons have       obtained Certificates and Tickets of Leave during the last Week:-       Certificates.     Bryan Brady Chapman   Dennis Bryan Ditto Mary Foley Canada Mary Doolan Ditto Tickets of Leave.     Peter Yandell Lord Melville John Burgess Ditto Charles Bland Surry. H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Secretary's Office, July 11,1823. Commissariat Office, July 10th, 1823. FRESH MEAT. - HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF having   determined on the Purchase of Meat, for the future, by Sealed Tenders, specifying the   Quantity each Grazier possesses for   Disposal, and the Price per Pound at which he is willing to sell; - I have, under the Sanction and Authority of HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, to request of those Persons, disposed to supply any Part of the undermentioned Quantitie...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 July 1823

HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate -G. F. Read, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-On Sunday last arrived the ship William Penn, Capt. Ogden Brown, with a full cargo of salt pro- visions from Cork, which she left the 18th of December, touching at the Cape of Good Hope on her passage.-Passenger, Mr. Henry Perrier, Mr. W. C. Parker, Mr. V. Griffiths, and Mr. R. Hoddle. On Monday arrived the brig Avon, Capt. H. H. Sumner.-This vessel left England the 3d Dec; and, having put in at the Cape and the Mauritius on her passage, brings a cargo of sugar and wines from those ports. On Tuesday arrived from England direct, the brig Woodlark, Captain Thomas Brown, with a valuable cargo of merchandize, and numerous passengers. She left the Downs the 9th March. Yesterday the ship Caroline, of this port, returned from Macquarie Island, with sea- elephant oil. Same day arrived the sloop Success, from England and the Cape of Good Hope, tender to the King George whaler, bound to this port, from which she parted company in a ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 July 1823

TO be SOLD or LET, a very desirable FARM only 5 miles from Hobart Town, situate on the River Derwent, possessing ex- cellent landing places, and containing 90 acres of land, together with a house containing 5 large looms, and every convenience for the re- sidence of a family ; there is a large yard and garden fenced with close paling, the latter stocked with fruit trees. Accommodation in payment will be given.—Apply to Mr. EMMETT, Macquarie-street. TO be SOLD or LET, a HOUSE, con- taining 4 rooms and a skilling, with from 12 to 20 acres of land, pleasantly situated at New Norfolk, just opposite the Falls.—Any Person wishing to combine agricultural with commercial pursuits, will find this place well calculated for their purpose.—Apply to J. PUL- LEN, New Norfolk, or to Messrs. HOUSEHOLD & BRIDEKIRK, Macquarie-street. A Smith wanted, either a free or ticket of   leave man.—Apply as above. TO SETTLERS & Others.—FRANCIS ATKINSON has for SALE, about 300 prime...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R.Knopwood,M.A. In our Paper of the 5th instant we were unconsciously led into an improper comparison of the ball given on the 27th ult. at Mr. Veane's house, in Elizabeth-street, with another meeting which took place in, a different quarter a few days afterwards.—We take this opportunity of stating, that nothing was further from our intention than to offend any of the highly respectable assemblage of Ladies and Gentlemen that met at Mr. Deane's. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 July 1823

Sitting Magistrate -Rev. R.Knopwood, M.A. In our Paper of the 5th instant we were un-   consciously led into an improper comparison of the ball given on the 27th ult. at Mr. Deane's house, in Elizabeth-street, with an- other meeting which took place in, a different quarter a few days afterwards.-We take this opportunity of stating, that nothing was fur- ther from our intention than to offend any of the highly respectable assemblage of Ladies and Gentlemen that met at Mr. Deane's. Ship News.-Arrived on Saturday last the ship Eli- zabeth, Captain R. Dacre, from England the 10th of March, touching at Madeira on her passage, with a valuable cargo of merchandize, and upwards of 40 passengers. On Thursday the King George whaler, Captain Charles Bryant, from England, lastly from the Cape, in ballast, put into Storm Bay Passage, to join the Thalia, in the whaling season here.   Yesterday week the brig Woodlark, Capt. Hedges, from the sperm whale fishery, with 320 b...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 July 1823

Government añíífíenei^i Orders.^ ".&&'. Government House, Hobart Tfium, a;..r ,.t ?;'^(;^Wy> JulylMh, -1823/ MRi^öttNY^rAADINÉR: is appointed a Districts Constable, in the District of Lenox and Richmond.'-:. : < " I By Command, .of His Honor : . J : ?. This Lieutenant Governor, . Hv E. Robinson, Secretary. .v-iw> Government Public Notice. THE undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates and Ticket of Leave   during the last Week :--   Certificates.       Edward Spring Almorah John Collins Ditto William Watts Lord Eldon     James Hooper Admiral Gambier (1). Ticket of Leave       Abraham Chamberlain Lady Castlereagh. H E. Robinson, Secretary.       Secretary's Office, July 18 1823. ? : r- Commissariat Office, June 25t?i, 1823. FRJÉSÍÍ ;MEÁT;-^The undermentioned Quantities ;wUl;be...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 July 1823

FOR LONDON Direct, to follow the Skelton, the regular trader LUSITANIA, Lieut. W. Langdon,R. N. Commander.-Will sail in the course of next month. Her accom- modations for passengers are very superior, and to those who may be sending their children to Europe to be educated, a desirable opportunity is offered, the passage of several being already engaged; female attendance will be provided, and every attention paid them. - Application to be made to the Agents, Macleod, Champion, & Co. CAPTAIN Langdon, of the ship Lusiania, hereby cautions the Inhabitants   against giving Credit to the Crew of said Ves- sel, as he will not be responsible for any Debts contracted by them. MB. Edward Lord having committed to the undersigned the entire Manage- ment of all his Affairs in New South Wales, by a General Power of Attorney, dated the 2#th February, 1823, revoking all other Powers o£ every description ; and it being necessary foy the general Management of the Affairs ofElM -...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 July 1823

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. The deaths of the Earls of Tankerville and Mountcashel, and Lord Grantley are announced rn the, Papers of Dec. and Jan. His Majesty's sloop the Bace Horse, Captain Suckling, was lost on the night of the 14th of December, in attempting to enter the harbour of Douglas, Isle of Man.-Five men were unfortunately drowned. The Gloucester, flag-ship to Admiral Sir Benjamin Hallowell, at Chatham, was or- dered to be fitted for foreign service, with all possible dispatch ; and the Tribune, of 46 gurfs, in dock in the same yard, was to be brought forwaid for commission. A new ship, called the Russel, of 74 guns, was launched in England last year. She is constructed between the ports on Sir B. Seppings's plan, and the decks are laid diagonally. At the stern is a bust of Ad- miral Bussel, who commanded at La Hogue. The King George the Fourth,of 120 guns, was also launched at Chatham shortly after- wards. This fine ship is built with a round stern, and is the handsomest ship...

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