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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

?uuuuuu tuuuuuvuiuuuui/uinjutuiii/iiv. COURT OF REQUESTS. NOTICE is hereby given, that thit Court will be held AT HOBART TOWN, On Thursday the 4fh Day of May next. AT THE COAL RIVER, '" «? Qo-Thursday the 11th Day of May next. AT NI-W NORFOLK, On Wednesday the 17th Day of May next. Plaints must be filed with the Chief Disrrict Constable of New Norfolk on oí before Tuesday the 2d Mav next. AT JEHlrHo, On Monday the 22d Day of May next. Plaints must be filed with Chief District ¡Constable W hitfield, pf. the Cross M arsh, I on or before Saturday the 6th May next* I AT CAMPFFLL, TOWN, I On Friday the 26th Day of May next. Plaints must be filed with the Chief Dis. »net Constable, at Campbell Town, on at ' before Thursday the 11 tri May next--«nt¿; AT LAUNCESTON, On Thursday the 1st Day of June next. Plaints mus( be filed at the Office of Mr. Kohert Wales, at Launceston, on or before Wednesday the 17th May next. Plaintiffs must, on filing their Plaints, deliver full Particulars, in Writi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

{Sheriff's Sale. Shérifs Office, April 28, 1826 la the Supreme Court, Hobbs v. Evans and Others. To be Sold by Auction, by Direction of the Sheriff, on the Premises at Bagdad, on Monday the 8th of May, at Ig ¿'Clock. TWO Ricks of WHEAT, a quantity *. of,OATS, with Farming Implements, &c ' i he Property of the Defendants, unless this Execution be previously satisfied ¡SALES BY AUCTION. BY MR. J. P. DEANE, On Thuisday next, the 11th Instant (if not previously Sold by Private Contract), Two storey Brick HOUSE, situate in Liverpool-street, nearly opposite Government Mil!. For Particulars, apply to Mr. J. Smith, on the Premises ; or, to Mr. J. PI Deane, Auctioneer. A BY MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, At his Auction Mart, Murray street, on Wednesday the 17th Instant, qpWO HORSES, the Property of the * Crown.-Prompt Payment in Spa- nish Dollars. BY M. J. T COLLICOTT, At the Crown Inn, Bagdad, on Monday ( ihe 22d Instant, at 12 o'clock, FORTY MX Head of choice COWS and H EIFERS, and a few STE...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. A subscription to the amount of several thousands was raising in London for the relief of the sufferers from a very exten- sive fire which had happened at Miramichi and other places in New Brunswick. Two thousand pounds were already forwarded to Sir Howard Douglas, Governor of the Province, for the immediate relief of the distressed. In staling this fact, we cannot withhold a hope, that the suffering» of our own Colonists from the late outrages of bush rangers may meet with attention from the Government at home. The losses of the "various selliers from these ruffians amount, we are informed, to nearly thirty thousand pbunds. On Sunday, December the 4th, while the Reverend Rowland Hill and family were attending Divine Worship, some thieves, completely ransacked the pantry, and disappointed the Reverend Gentleman of his dinner, who however told the cook, .f never mind, never mind Kitty, do not .Jarm yourself, we shall substitute some thing else for the...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 2, 1826. CERTIFICATES of Freedom, Free       Pardons, and Tickets of Leave, have     been issued to the undermentioned Persons during the last Week :— CERTIFICATES.   Patrick Hughes ..... Castle Forbes Thomas Reed ..... Ditto   Edward Price ..... Morley (4)   Richard Laurence alias Perry ..... Dromedary James Hausan ..... Ditto John Moore ..... Ditto Francisco Mori ..... Shipley (3) Joseph Maples ..... Indefatigable Thomas Walker ..... Coromandel FREE PARDONS. Joseph Morgan ..... Medway (2) Edward Brown ..... Ditto   Henry Rogers ..... Ditto     David Christmas ..... Prince of Orange Lawrence Murray ..... Castle Forbes John Neale ..... Asia Michael Downing ..... Phœnix       John Andrew Lovell ..... Sir Wm. Bensley TICKETS OF LEAVE. Barnard Carring .......

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, April 28, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House; April 28; 1826. No. 1 -- From the great and increasing pressure of Public Business, some   defined Arrangements have become ne- cessary for its Dispatch ; equally for the relief of the Government, as for the di- rection of the several Departments and the general Convenience of the Public.   2. With this view the Lieutenant Go-   vernor has revised the Orders which have been given, from time to time, to the several Departments ; and having care- fully considered the subject, has directed the Publication of the followingArrange- ment :       3. It is to be understood, that where the Duties are enlarged or modified, or where any deviation from the system hi- therto observed is directed, the Depart- ments concerned will be expected to take a>v. Wv immediate Measures for carrying the, Re- gulations now published into full Effect. 4. The Regulations at present in force, and...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Secretary's Office, 28th April, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER.   Secretary's Office, 28 April, 1826   THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant   Millar, 40th Regiment, to act as Ordnance Storekeeper, and to have Charge of the General Stores of the Colony. By His Excellency's Command, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. --------      

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 6 May 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - A1tR-lVF.lt>. April 29".-The ship Woodman, Captain 1^ «If iel Lea-y.' burdett 419,'lot>5, from Sh*-r ne»- 6 It Decmr'^r, «Tape <»f Good Hop«« 4111 Harch, Wi'h 14© mile prisoners, 4 having' di d or* iii*' passage, and als« the *s«irf«e<'i» Sttperin'siMlenl, Mr. llod.tn«*n\ Mr-K*llie, of H-, M.-s»e.B-Mv<HHMHl*»rr«Md» fhe-c'i rge a iii«« Citno. The Guard cmsisi«*. «f °apia 11 W«ke fi Id and Ri'siyn Innes of »lie 391'». «...d 1 «. r jean» and 20 rank and file «d lit«« 391I1, a d 2 -e jean«* and 17 rank and file «d' |t«e 57 it. Tin« ve«8«*l lia« on board Moifs for Govcui men», and the tmt<d ryianlitv of 6 mon)its provision for tin« premiers on IMMMI Mav 4.-The ship Arbiott. Cat»i. M .»thew Proctor, 312" tons, fr<mi Fa'mnntli ffili Dee. and Cu»e Town 4ih M »reh, whir 20 -ior->»ii. 20 cows and hulls, 97 sheen,, braid«*«» 39 l.'rabt, and 2'cdv«<», RH C . «m'»«i ka ton ; with a lar»ea^orimeni ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, May 5, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretaries Office, May 5, 182& npHE LIEUTENANT? GOVRBNOR, with .* a View to promote the Culture of Oat* and English Grasses, requests the Attention of the Settlers to these Products as Article« of Supply fur the Public Ser- vice; , and it being probable that consi- derable Quantities of each will be required; If is Excellency trns's this Intimation, with the \ssurance of a Preference being given to them, will lead to the growth of good Forage, the Want of. which is so generally felt and acknowledged. By His Excellences Command, W. H. HAMILTON (Acting) C1. Sec.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretar's Office, May 11, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretara Office, May 11, 18£6. np WO or more capacious HOUSES in .*. Hobart Town, being required for Public Offices, Persons desirous of Letting Buildings adapted to that purpose, for One or Two Years, are requested to Tender the «ame before the 17th Instant. W. H. HAM I LTO N, ( Act.) Col* Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, April 26, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Spcretaryys Office, April *26, 1826. *1T being the Intention nf Government .*. to have the Duke'of,York Btig imme- diately fitted up as a Hulk, for ihe Re- ception of Pt isoners and others Persons willing to Contract for the necessary Al* teratinn« are required to send in Tenders for the same, sf»aled and marked " Tenders for Work to the Duke of York Hulk,** addressed to the Secretary, on or before ¿he22d fnstant, at One o'clock. -A Plan of the'A Iterations to be mode, may be seen hy application at the Office of the Superintendant of Government Vessels. Persons who Tender will have to express the Q.iantity of Timber, .and other Materials which miy be required, and which will be furnished from the En- gineer's Stores. They will also have the Loan of three Carpenter«. Ihe Price tendered must have due Regard to these Particulars, and no Tender will be attend- ed to unless they are fully set forth. Security,.equal to double the Amount of »he Tender, will be required f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

LAST SHIR THIS SEASON. ifàîm I7()R ENGLAND I>l /MJ&3>« * KBCT.-Thefir.trhvw IÖJ&MI} Shil> C^PK PACKET. wf&jfWm Captain KKLLIF, is under Engagement, tp return immediately from Sydnev to load for London -Her Cargo is nearly all Engaged.-Early Application for Freight, therefore, is requested to be made to WAITER A. B^THÜMR CÀNpr.B MANUFACTORY' Upper End of Li ve i pool street. n$xt Door to, Mr, Johi{ Deaths, Batçer. MESSRS. MANNINGTON and ,. , WATCHORN lespertfnlly inform1 .their numerous Friends and Customers, that it was only owing to the verv great Demand for their Superior Candle« that .they have been unable to keep a sufficient Stock for. the regular completion of their Orders; but, having a great quantity of Tallow, on hand, and the cold Weat h > r haying set jn, they assure them that, in, .future, there will be no D^Iay whatever. Messrs. M. & W. in allusion to an Ad- vertisement which hqs lately appeared decrying Wat, Wicks, beg to inf...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

lEKMB ABU . SP© W&o SATURPAYVMAYl», IS2«. Average price of good clean Wheat 7s. per bushel ; bread, i he loaf of 2 lbs. ¿>d. Sitting Magistrate for the. ensuing Weeh^ J AM ES1 SCOTT, Esquire, R. N. .^

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 4, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Mai/ 4, 1826. £JERTIFiCATES of Freedom, have ^"^ been issued to the undermentioned Per- sons during the lan Week : , CRRT1FICATI'S. Joseph .Ellis ............ Dromedary John Frederick ........ Ditto Joseph Walton. Ditto Thomas Walton. Ditto   George Ta v lor ........ Coromandel | John Maoquire ...... ..Rencoolen î Thoma« Downs ....«... Guildford James Balfour.Maria I w-jj- HAMILTON-, (Act.) Col. Secretary. Commissariat Office, May 4. 183fl. JVT^KIA ISLAND.- Posons oVsirou. j of Supplving this Settlement Weekly I with from J500 to 2000 Pounds of | FRESH M RAT, until the 24 h September next, are requested to transmit Tender«, sealed and endorsed accordingly, to this Office, on or before Tuesday the l6th ' Instant, A. MooniR, A. C. ii. Commissariat Office, Mat/ 5, 1826, 1WEW NO «{FOLK.-Persons desirons L~ of Supplying His Majesty's Storesat New Norfolk wich FLOUR, to the 24th of September next, are requested to trans- mit Ten...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

BIRTH.-On Monday the 24th April the Lady of ALFRED STEPHEN, Esq. So- licitor-General, of a Son.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

SHIPPING INTELIGENCE   ARRIVED,                         May 6-The ship Doncaster, Capt. John Forster, 234 ton from the Downs, 25th Dec. with 43 cases, 300 boxes, 1 trunk, 14 bales, 42 casks, 5 pipes wine, 4 puncheons rum, 4 crates, 10 baskets, 14 packages grocery, 16 iron weights, 50 firkins for George Low, 12 cases and casks for John Bayliss, 5 cases W. E. Lawrence, 1 box Reverend B. Carvosso, 1 ditto H. Jellico, 1 ditto H. Hopkins, 34 pack- ages George Hobler, 29 ditto and 600 bundles iron B. U'lher, 14 cases l'aine and Kamatty, 10 boxes Neil Black. 3 boxes R Rouse, 10£ packages, 20 tierces beef, 20 barrels'pork, 24 cases cheese and 250 hams, Thomas Fer ri», 60 boxes Janies Grant, 24 packages T. H. James, 419 boxes P. Cavanagh, 7 case' John Paul, 1 case A. K. M'Kensie,. 1 dill« Reverend W. Horton, 1 ditto Geo. Cock...

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, April 28, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Government House, April 28, 1826. NO. 1.-From the great and increasing pressure of Public Business, some     defined Arrangements have become ne- cessary for its Dispatch ; equally for the relief of the Government, as for the di- rection of the several Departments and the general Convenience of the Public. 2. With this view the Lieutenant Go- vernor has revised the Orders which have been given, from time to time, to the several Departments ; and having care- fully considered the subject, has directed the Publication of the following Arrange- ment : 3. it is to he understood, that where the Duties are enlarged or modified, or where any deviation from the system hi- therto observed is directed, the Depart- ments concerned will be expected to take inimediale Measures for carrying the Re- gulations now published into full Effect.   4. The Regulations at present in force,   and which are not rescinded by these Orders, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

SALE BY AUCTION.   BY MR. J P. DEANE.   Somerville v Honner.     Ker v. Honner. To be Sold by Order of Mr. John JAMES,   Officer of the Court of Requests:, at the Wharf, THIS DAY, the 13th of May, at 12 o'Clock, A Capital SLOOP, with Mast, Sails, and Oars complete; under a Writ of   Execution, unless the same be previously superseded. ___-_-. JL"*T land(d, from the ship Sisters, and on SALE at J. JOHNSON'S STORES, Liverpool-street, opposite the old Court House, Fine double brown stout in hollies and casks, lieh «reade, superfine broad cloths; slops, consisting of monkey jackets, blue cloth trowsero, striped shins, duck frocks and trowsers, Guernsey frocks, Scotch caps, worsted stockings, flannel and kersey drawers, blue cloili, beveteën, .and keisey trowsers, caiTihlet cloaks, white colton hose, table covers, sewing i ball cotton, sewing thread, fine shiriihg calico, Britannia and dark blue handker- chiefs...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 13 May 1826

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. The Doncaster brings the important   news of the death of the Emperor Alex-   ander, at Tagaurok, of a few days illness.   The Grand Duke Constantine is the next heir to the throne of Russia, there is a rumour that Alexander obtained a pro-   mise from him, that, provided he were made Viceroy of Poland, he would resign his claims to the Imperial throne in favour of his younger brother Nicholas. The truth of this will soon appear. Should an at- tempt be made to set Nicholas on the   throne, a civil war must ensue. Constan-   tine is a favourite with the army, and his first step on assuming the power, will no   doubt be on Turkish ground, and his first landing place, Constantinople. This is well known to have been the leading am- bition of his whole life, instilled into his mind from his infancy, by the Empress       Catheri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 20 May 1826

CANDLE MANUFACTORY, Upper End of Liverpool street, next Door to Mr. John Dean's, Baker*. MESSRS. MONNINGTON and WATCHORN íespectfully inform their numerous Friends and Customers,! that it was only owing to the very greata Demand for their Superior handle* ihai^ ihey have been unable to keep a sufficient Sroclfr for the regular completion of their Orders; bul, having a great quantity of Tallow on hand, and the cold Wea:hi r having set in, they assure them that, in future, there will be no Delay whatever. Messrs. M. 8c W. in alluäion to an Ad- vertisement which has lately appeared. dfcr\tng Wat Wicks, beg to inform the Public that iheadvt r» iser must have been entindy ignorant of " Candle Manufac- tory.** He might as well have decried Wax Candles. A« regards the supp. rioiity of Wax Wicks, M & W. can wnh confidence appeal to that Pu bite whose Patronage they have so liberally received, and ft r whose Favors they are ever trratr ful. & (in d Fat (not Beef) Purchased. |...

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SUPREME COURT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1826. Cartwright v. Mulgrave. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 20 May 1826

SUR-REME COURT, j WEDNESDAY, MAY S, 1826. Cartwright v. Mulgrave. Mr. GELLIBRAND, for the plaintiff", stated I this to be a friendly action instituted for the Purpose of trying a question of great commer- cial importance. The action was brought against the defendant as drawer of a bill of exchange on England, returned lo this country protested for non-payment. In cases of this kind the holder sustained serious losses and inconvenience from the bill being sent back to bim; and for these losses ,it was but fair that the drawer should indemnify him. "By being thus disappointed in the receipt of his expected funds, the most profitable specu- lations may have been destroyed-his credit may have been impaired-»and ruin even might have been the result. For this lie was entitled to expeet compensation ; and a knowledge of the- heavy consequences would in' future deter unauthorised drawers from placing persons in similar situations of diffi- culty, and restrain men from the habit (too common ...

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