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

SALE BY AUCTION. «y MR. r'aYBTT, - ; At the ensuing Cross Marsh Market, of which duo notice will be given, ONE Hundred head of Horned Cattle, cbitfly consisting of Milch Cows, with a few excel- lent steers, either fit for the yoke or knife. The whole of the cattle are remarkably fat. Fuithar particulars may be known, if any person should be desirous of purchasing by Private Contract, by applying to A. Bent, Elisabeth street, Hobart town._ IMPOUNDED AT Hobart town, four female {¡oats and one male ditto. If not claimed and expenses paid in 21 days from this dale, they will be sold to'defray the same.' Jan. 17,1320'. J JOHNSON; Murray's Almanack. A few copies of this little compilation arc yet unsold, and may be bad at the Courier and Tasmanian and Review offices i Jt is exactly after the plan of GOLDSMITHS, (one of which may be seen al the office,) with much additional useful informa- tion. Price Two SHILLINGS. "THE CORNWALL PRESS AND COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER," proposed WREKLY JOURNAL, t...

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THE COUNTRY POST. CRIMINAL COURT, LAUNCESTON, Tuesday, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 January 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. Criminal COURT, LAUNCESTON, Tuesday, Jan. 13.   Charles Towers and Robert Briggs were convicted   of burglary in the dwelling house of Abraham Walker and Thomas Walker with intent to steal their property and the property of Mr. George Heming Stuart. Charles Towers was convicted of stealing 2 yards and a half of canvas value 17s. the property of   Donald McLeod, and Samuel Thornton convicted of   receiving 1 yard of the said canvas. John Fielding, convicted of stealing 8 pieces of   bacon value 3s. the property of Simeon Lord. Wednesday, Jan. 14.   John Lynch, convicted of stealing 1 steer value £5   the property of Alexander Drummond. Thursday, Jan. 15.   George Baker was acquitted on a charge of stealing   one cow, value 8l. 10s. the property of James   Lucas. William Ward was charged with stealing 1 pair of boots value 11s. the property of John Pow...

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From the Gazette of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 January 1829

From the Gazette of this Day.   Certificates of Freedom have been granted to John Adair, Thomas Blanchard, Charles Kent, David Blackwell, James Page, Thomas Bowles, James   Booker, Abraham Tomlinson, Michael Connor, Joseph Weston Coventry, Daniel Downey, Fre derick Dutton, George Gregson, Charles Gray, Samuel Henderson, William Hoaldsworth, Samuel Langham, John Laverty, Thomas Lee, Richard Marsh Benjamin Slack, Robert Chawner, John Dunnos, John Dooley, Edward Williams, John Wilcock, William Dimond, William Gullen,Thomas Hodgson, George Pass, Thomas Evans, Stephen Gladwell, James Hulley, George Hardy, Robert Smith, Edwd. Maunder, William Bury, alias Stones, John Kenny, Esther Barker, Ann Wootons, Michael Riley, Fran ces the Wife of Joseph Robinson, William Robin son, James Smith, Francis Turner, George Wilson, James Watts, John Sharman, James Harris, Tho mas Burn, William Key, Joseph Lark. William Robinson, John Danvers and Thomas Roberts are appointed to th...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 24 January 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.         SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Sunday the brig Margaret, 218 tons, Capt. Alexander Craig, from Port Jackson, 6th inst. with a cargo of wine, porter, sugar, hosiery, slops, and ironmongery, consigned to order, and 23 pieces of cedar, 7000 treenails, 166 planks & blue gum for Liverpool. No passengers. Arrived on Wednesday the ship Mary, Captain Thomas Luccock, from Liverpool, 7<h Jal j, Babia, 1 It'i September, and Cape of Good Hope, 18th Nov. »-¡til 7 packages woollens and apparel, Kemp and Cn. 43 casks salt provisions, W. M. Orr, li pack- er's tobacco, 82 half pipes wine, 44 pipe* do. 7 half minis ditto. Dawes and Hewett, with a quantity of nine, tar, rosiri,irnwnongery, haberdashery, woollens, fit as, oil and paint, 'alt, iron, Ac. for Port Jaok »on. Passenger«-Paul Foxatl, and W. Wallace. The Lady Rowena is expected to clear at the Custom house to day...

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

Hobart town Academy Tt/|*R. THOMSON begs to intimate, that the iVj. young gentlemen attending his School will meet to resume their studies on Monday, the 3d of February. Van Diemm's land, SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY AND BETHEL UNION. THE Annual Meeting of the above Society will be held on Tuesday, the S7th init. at the Wes- ley an Chapel, Melville street. Hie chair will he taken at 0 p.m. precisely, Ü. A. ROBINSON, Secretary. January 14, 1822. Merino and Leicester Ewes and Rams. _f X N Sale, on board the ship Persian, one hun " Jr dred and eighty Merino and Leicester Ewes nnd Rams, of a very improved breed, and in ex- cellent condition. The above are well worthy the at- tention of those gentlemen who arc desirous of im- proving the bieed of sheep, and as the stay of the Persian will positively not exceed 14days, early ap- plication is necessary, at if not sold, they w ill be foi warded to Sydney. KEMP Sf CO. WANTED lo purchase 300 or 400 bales of good clean washed WOOL, to be in Hobart ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

Hobart town Academy MR. THOMSON begs to intimate, that the young gentlemen attending his School will   meet to resume their studies on Monday, the 2nd of February. MRS. MIDWOOD begs to announce that the Young Ladies of her Establishment will meet to resume their studies on : Monday, the 2d. of February next. Roxboro' house, Hobart-town,     Jan. 23, 1829. This day is published, At the COURIER OFFICE, Liverpool-street, mid at MR. T. SCOTT'S, Cameron-street, Launceston, Pnce Ten Shillings, THE HOBART-TOWN ALMANACK for the J. Year 1829, with Six Copper-plate Engravings. In the Press, AND will be published in the course of the en- suing week, at the Courier Office, Liverpool street, neatly printed in duodecimo, the New Act for the government of these colonies, which lakes effect on the 1st of March next. PRICE 2S. 6d. TO BE SOLD AT THE COURIER OFFICE, TUE Quarterly. Review for January and March last, pi ice 7s. each. The Edinburgh Review for Januar...

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SIR. WALTER SCOTT'S INTERVIEW WITH BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

SIR WALTER SCOTT'S INTERVIEW WITH BURNS. . As for Burns, I may truly say, Vir&lium vidi tantum. I was a lad of fifteen in 178ti-7, when he carne to Edinburgh, but had sense and feeling enungh to be much interested in his poetry, and would have given the world to know him ; but I had very little acquaintance with any literary people, and was at that lime a clerk of my lathers. Ile knew Bums, and promised to ask bim to his lodgings to dinner, but had no opportunity to keep his word, otherwise I might have, seen more of this distinguish- ed man. As it was, I saw him one day at the late veucrable Professor Fergussons, where there were several gentlemen of literary reputation, among whom T remember thecelebrated Mr. DugMd Stewart. Of course we youngsters sat sileut, looked, and lis- tened. The only thing I remember which was re markable in Burns's manner, was the eiltet produced upon hi'in by a print of Bunbury's, representing a soldier lying dead on the snow, his dog sitting in ...

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THE OLD WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

THE OLD WORLD. Tue KINO enjoyed his usual good health in the beginning of October, and continued his daily airings in Windsor Park. The plenipotentiaries of the Allied Powers were still engaged in their conference at Corfu in the end of August. Nothing had transpired respecting their proceedings. * According to the Turks, the successes of the Rus- sians are of less importance than is pretended. All Romelia was about to rise against the Russians and French. They talk of the English as their allies. A violent skirmish took place between the Russians and Torks on the 15th August, at Este Stamboul, near Shumla, when the Russian general Ivanoff was mortally wounded. On the 25th a desperute? sortre was made by the Turks on one of the red ubts abreast of Shumla, during a tempestuous night, when they were completely dispossessed, Se Gen. Wrede killed. The Russians state their loss at 1G3 killed and 424 wounded. In a s/hsequent attack they acknowledge 300 killed and wounded. On the 21st Augu...

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IRISH WHISKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

IRISH WHISKEY. Oh ! Pothien, my darling, thou milk of the mountain, For thee do I sigh like a pig for his lunch,   As the rib of Ulysses the hours I'll be counting, Until thou revisit my jorum of punch. Arrah ! rum is bad tipple, 'tis made by a Negur, And brandy to me is like pork to a Jew ; Though the doctor praise gin, to the devil with Seager, Compared to my darling a piggin of dew. Pat Homer's a bright boy, 'tis he made the Iliad, And Stanhope is famed for his a-la-mede bow, My Gossip.s immortal, remember the skill he had For docking a tale, and for milking a cow. Ou!d Bcntham's recorded iu Fame's nomenclature, And Toby the sapient, that great learned pig, But give me the lass who invented the cratar, Red-headed Kathleen of bleak Ballinahig. Mr. Nicholson continues the first flute player in England. He has brought the powers of that instru- ment to wonderful perfection, excelling chiefly in his mode of performing slow national melodies, in a new, interesting, and ex...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1820. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1820. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Thursday, the brig Tigress, Captain A. Rodger, (late of the Hind) from Glasgow, 7th Oct. with an extensive cargo. Passengers - Messrs. W. Burgess and W. Wright. Agents, Messrs. Crombie and Co. Captain Rodger sailed from this port for Glasgow, ¡n the brig Hind, on the 6th April last, and has made the voyage in 9 months 22 days. Arrived last night the Australian company's ship, Um City of Edinburgh, M'Kellar, from Leith and Kio, particulars in our next. The brig William Young sailed from Leith, fot this port eight days before the Tigress. The Wave is clearing with part of her original cargo for Barbad oes, passengers Dr. M'Ternan and Mrs. Hide and family. Sailed on Tuesday the ship Lady Rowena, Capt. B. Russell, with a cargo of sundries for Port Dalrymple. Passengers — Mr. Joseph Kirkby and Ann Garrett.         On Thursday Morning the ship Persian, Captain xline missingx cargo and 204 sheep, from this ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

THE undersigned has just received by the latest arrival«, the following choice selection of Mer- chandize, which he is enabled to sell at very reduced Prices : Superfine black coats and trowwrs, gentlemen's superior beaver and silk hat», ladies' children's and gentlemen's shoes, thread lace and net, worked cups and bodies, black and coloured silks, book, mull, jaconet and cimhric muslin, ladies' and gentlemen's gloves, bombazines and bombazetls, children's striped dresses, black crape, hosiery of every description ; stationery, consisting of drawing medium, writing do. Balli post gilt, pot, thick laid post, thin yellow wove post, and hot-pressed extra thick fcolscap, ruled account and memorandum hooks half bound, ledgers, journals and cttsh books bound in calf, blotting oases, (dotting paper, map files, pencil books, pens, quills, black and red ink powder, boxes of wafers, dealing .wax and rrd tape. Two Bvnv's JvtTICK, the latest edition by Chelwyn. A carpenter's tool chest complete...

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[?] of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

of this Day. Hobart Town, Jan 28,1829 f the public service, the un- washed). ........ 2 tons. ;. 60 gal. w Fas....... 112 lbs. scope 7......... 1 Garden shears........... 2 Thumb latches..... 60 Pump jacks.... 56 Check (linen)..........250 Narrow blue cloth 2nd quality ...... 22 yards Large gilt buttons.. . . . 6 dozen Black twist...... 5 yards Tenders sealed and endorsed, 'Tenders for Stores,' with the prices stated in words at length, will be re- ceived at this office until noon on Tuesday the 6th of January. Samples to be sent on the same day to the Ordnance Storekeeper.-By command of the Lieut. Governor,- J. BURNETT. Samuel Hill, Esq. is appointed Port Officer and Superintendent of Government Vessels, until the pleasure of the Secretary ojfState is known.   John Welsh, Esq is appointed Port Officer and Harbour Master at Port Dalrymple. John Cooper and Daniel Slater are appointed to the Field Police, and George Jones, as a Javelin nan and constable.   A ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

Bolivar WILL leave Pittwater on the 1st of February, fand Wuterlco the Cross Marsh on the 3rd, for the Van Diemen'« land Establishment, Lake river. THOMAS DUTTON. ENGLISH BLOOD MARES. THE undersigned begs to acquaint those gentle- men who are desirous of improving the breed of horses in the colony, that they have now on sale, on board the ship Persian, the following thorough- bred English blood horses: 1 Brown mare, 3 years old, by Selim 1 Maro, G years old, with a full tail, (Miss Clarke) 1 ditto, 4 years old, Lorina by Smotensko t Brown Mare, 9 years old, Maria by Grimaldi 1 Bay Mare, 9 years old, by Streamer 1 Brown mare, 9 years old, St. Winifred hy Ti tyrus 1 Bay mare, rising 5 years old, by Blacklook 1 Cbesnut mare, 9 years old, Maid of the Mill, got by Lord Sligo'» Waxy Pope 1 Dark bay filly, 3 years old, by Warrior 1 Dark brown lilly, rising 3 years old, by Clax ton 1 Brown filly, 3 years old, by ditto. The above have arrived in the finest condition, and will be disposed of ...

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WHERE WE ARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 31 January 1829

WHERE WE ARE. His Excellency returned to Hobart town from his ex- cursion to the West on Monday. He was accompanied on the journey by his son Master Arthur, Mr. C. Arthur, Captain Montagu, Mr. Frankland, and Mr. Scott.   The party proceeded as far as the establishment of the Van Diemen's land Company at the Surry hills and Emu bay. We hope next week to be able to present our readers with the particulars of this tour, through a new and very interesting country. His Excellency did not return by the Lakes, owing, we   learn, to the delay which must have occurred in crossing so rugged and difficult a tract of country. His Honour the Chief Justice, the Attorney Ge- neral, and the other officers of the court returned to Hobart town on Thursday evening.     We regret so learn the indisposition of Lieut Gunn, the Superintendent of the Penitentiary, which has obliged him to go into the country for a few days in order, as it is said, to recruit. He is ex...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 February 1829

FREIGHT and PASSAGE, i v For Liverpool Dir'ecct, , 'InpHE fine fast Miling brig MARGA ¡L, J. RET, burthen 250 tons, A. CiUlO, Commander, having returned fiom Sydney is now loading for the above port. Early application is requested to be made for freight and passage, as her stay here will be ver; short, having the greater part of her cargo already engaged. The Margaret has superior accommodai ions for a limited number of Passengers, and will carry un ex- perienced Surgeon of the Koval Navy. Apply to THOMAS ATKINSON, Agent. Campbell street, Nor. 13,1828. FOR LONDON DIRECT, x^JT^npiIE fine teak built Ship MARQUIS or «pEyil 1 LANSDOWN, R. Noyes, Commander, having two thirds ofher Cargo engaged, will sail early m March. All hir accommodations are taken except two Cabins. For Freight or Passage apply to W. A. BETHUNE. , ' FOR LONDON DIRECT, The Ship MERMAID, \ ^jjÄjßtoF¡1"^HAT fine fast-sailing first class Shtpi _y^gT- J. MERMAID, WM. HENNiKbR, com-» mander linving now on board 400 tous o...

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From the Ga[?]tte of this Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 February 1829

From the QamtU qf thkDùg. , | This Gazette contains a proclamation by His Ex- cellency, whioh fixes the duty on Colonial spirits at 3s. 6d, per gallon, British Spirit* and West Indi» Runt, 7s; Cd. peí gallon, All other Spirits 10s. per gallon. Foreign Tobacco Is. Gd. per lb. Foreign Wines 151. per cent, ad valorem, AU other foreign goods 51. per cent, ad valorem, ' GOVERNMENT ORDER. Ne. 23. Colonial Secretary's Ofiioe, Feb. $, 1B29. WHEREAS, it has been deemed expedient, to discontinue the charge of One-half per cent, which has been bitheito received in respect of all Spirituous Liquors, deposited from time to time in His Majesty's] Bonded Stores in this Island,-and in lieu thereof to establish, in respect of all Spirits and Tobacco deposited, certain Rates of Warehouse Kents in order thereby to defray the expences in- curred by the Government, in the Rent of Stores and Warehouses for auoh Deposits ;-His Excellency The Licuteuant Governor has been pleased to direct, that from and af...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 February 1829

G UN ERAL POST OFFICE, llobart-toam, Feb. 6,1829. THE Mail for ENGLAND per Sarah, will be closed on Monday evening mit, 9th instant, at 8 o'clock precisely. , JOHN THOMAS COLLICOTT, Post-master. ON SALE, ' AT the Stores t»f the undersigned, ex Tigress, from Glasgow, Edinburgh Ale in hogsheads, Portwine, vintage 1820, in four doz. cases. Rum aud Brandies, in puncheons, calicoes, print«, cbeoks, stripes, cotton bandannas, Turkey red garments, superfine cloths and cassimeres, waisu-o-itiug', toili nels, etc. gentlemen's wtaring apparel, supeifine hats, coarse do. plate naps, Sec. London »hoes, women's slrouf do. thrashing and straw cutting ma- chines, farmer's ploughs mid plough metal, cart axle blocks and lushes, wheel tyre, spades and shovels, pit; troughs, cheese presses, wrought ¡ron screws with biass nuts Arc. money chests and book cases, boilers', furnace doors and grates, pots, pans, kettles, girdles, camp ovens, foot tcrapers, scale beams chains and weights, grates, fenders and...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 February 1829

^ '>.>- ON SALB AT the Stores of the undersigned, the following choice Wines ex Wave : "; .Claret in 6 doz. oases, Lafitte, Claret in 6 doe. cases Chateau Neuf, '. Claret in G doe. cases, St. Julien du Pap«, Fort wine in 6 doz. cases, Madeira in 6 doz. cases, Faro wine in 6 doz. cases, Figueira wine in hogsheads, Sauterne in 6 doz.cases, . Pruguao in G doz. cases, Muscadine in 3 and 6 doz. oases, Vin de Grave in 3 doz.cases. Liqueurs of superior quality, in 3 doz. oates. KEMP & Co. Hobart town, 13th Nov. 1828. ON SALE AT the Stores of the undersigned, on board the Timandra, daily expected from Launceston, - A few casks of earthenware, containing complete dinner servioes of the latest and uost fashionable , patterns, A few bales of slops, consisting of striped and white ootton shiits, Velveteen jackets and trowsers, Corduroy jackets and trowsers, Also, lamp cotton, ? KEMP and Co. CHOICE WINES. ON Sale at the Stores of the undersigned, ex Mar- quis of Lansdowne, St. Esto...

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THE COUNTRY POST. CRIMINAL COURT, LAUNCESTON. Tuesday, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 February 1829

THE COUNTRY POST. CRIMINAL COURT, LAUNCESTON. Tuesday, January 20. Stephen Hopwood convicted of stealing one sheep, value 5s. the property of his master Thomas Under- wood. Bernard Shields and John Baker, convicted of stealing one sheep value 10s. the property of some person unknown, and Henry Armstrong Dimond, of harbouring and maintaining the said John Baker. Wednesday, January 21. James Sillett and Joseph Stepnall, convicted of stealing one sheep value 10s. the property of Temple Pearson. Mr. Gellibrand for prisoners. Thursday, January 22. Richard Kenny, acquitted on a charge of stealing 86lbs. weight of wheat meal, the property of Timothy Nowlan. Mr. Gellibrand for prisoner.     John Burnett pleaded guilty to stealing several articles of wearing apparel, value L2.12s. the proper- ty of Samuel Johnson. Friday, January 23.   Robert Thirkell and William Deprose, convicted of stealing one cow hide value 7s. the property of Jocelyn Thomas. Mr. G...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 7 February 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1829. TRADE AND SHIPPING. Arrived on Friday the Australian Company's ship City of Edinburgh,'D. Mc Kellar, commander, from Leith, 16th August, Madeira 28th September, and Rio Janiero, 22d Nov. with a general cargo, princi- pally for the company, and 5 casks wine and one trunk apparel for R. Willis, 2 packages sundries, C. McLachlan, 1 box apparel, James Rankin, 20 casks Madeira wine, Thomas Brown, 1 box apparel, Col Lindsay, 2 packages, C. M. Scott, and sundry goods consigned to Messrs. Thomas Scott, James   King; A. Fergusson, Sinclair Williamson, M.Mackay, T.S. Goodwin, B. Hepburn, John Clark, A. Goldie, Arch. Hood, Thomas Brown, Walter Black, John Duric, Wm Panton, John Whyte, Wm. Forsyth, S. Ryrie and Mrs. Burn. Passengers-The Rev. Mr, Mackersey and lady, Miss Mackenzie, Mettrs. Colin M'Kcnnon, John Watt, Peter Scott. Charles Walker, Thomas Gibson and Hugh Clark' and 34 passengers for Sydney. Sailed on Sunday the Bark W...

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