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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 July 1823

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News. - Arrived this morning from Port Jackson   in 8 days, the ship Lusitania, Captain Langdon. - Passen gers, Rev. Mr. Mansfield, of the Wesleyan Missionary Society, Mrs. Mansfield, Miss E. F. Bromley, Miss Arndell, Mr. Grant, Mr. Aspinal, and Mr. Cave; also, Messrs.   Johnstone (2), and Mr. Wright, passengers recently arrived per the Sisters from England. Sailed for Sydney on Wednesday, the Woodlark, Capt. T. Brown ; and onThurs - day/the ship Andromeda, Catot. Muddle. When the Lusitania left Sydney, the   Woodman with female prisoners had arririved   from Cork, at which place the ships Reco- very and Earl St. Vincent were taking in prisoners for these Colonies. - The ship Sis- ters had also arrived from Plymouth; and   the ship Thalia, & the brigs Ann & Urania from this port, had reached Port Jackson. Jïythe Woodman, 38 free passengers arri- ved...

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 — 26 July 1823

Government¿and Geaemi Orders¿ 4} ;$^ McrèÛryY Office, '"HàbartToion^. t:^r,i; ¡ : ;; ^Vittóy, Jülij:26th, 1823. ; ; 1HE Officers at the ííeads^of the sëyeraL .^Public «Departments' are^ihereby???-jre>} quiréd'toífurriisteto'this: :Offitíe,on prbeforeí the"-#dV©£ A^güst^-in ' <-Düpliöate, & the:usiiat OfficiaiReportsand:&ëturri^fo^fhé^Qiiaréêrj endingJttíe'3Qtíí June, .for His^HÓNok 'the paratory to their;b$ihg-forwarded to -His Excellency theGovÉKÑOR in Chief.*= By Command of His Honor '?;? v The, Lieutenant Governor; ; * TA. E.l^om^sô^, Secretary^' .Goveríiment Public Notice;. , ;', ,'-?? ^-^ecretaryh Office,-Hobart-Tc^i ; ;::, // J ^idai¡;July; 25fÄ, 1823¿ \\ IN! alí Cales of WineS or Spirits to be- re amoved fromÍ Hobart Town to Pitt Wa- ter,";- or ptíierr OutrSettlements, under the existing Regulations, when such -Wines or Spit its-aré^artíed Coastwiséj«.the; Permit'of the;Naval"Officer for the Shipment,1 as -well as the) Piertiiit of the Superinten...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 August 1823

Government and General Orders. ,, . v, Government House, Hobart Townt Friday, August 1st, 1823. FELIX Short is appointed a Constable of'Hobart Town, vice Chadbon, re- moved îo a special Duty. * By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _ ^ jH[. E, Robinson, Secretary. Government Public Notice. THE-undermentioned Persons have ob- tained Certificates during the last Week: - William Pearce Lady Castlereagh William, Wynne Ditto William Knox Almorah Charles^Moore Ditto Terrence Ryce Chapman Elizabeth Brown Alexander Maria alias J. Carter Friendship. H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Secretary's Office, Augmt 1,1823._ Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Friday,'July 25th, 1823. f N all Cases of Wines or Spirits to be re- moved from Hobart Town to Pitt Wa- ter", or other- Out-Settlements, under the existing Regulations, when such Wines or Spirits are carried Coastwise, the Permit of the JNFaval Officer for the Shipment, as well as the Permit of the Superintendant of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 August 1823

T WILKINSON respectfully informs . the Public, that he has lately arrived from London, in the ship Elizabeth, and has brought with him for SALE, the following Ar- ticles.-Superior gentlemens, youths, boys, and childrens' beaver and other hats ; ladies and girls' ditto, fashionably trimmed; ladies and girls' superfine Leghorn and straw bonnets, fashionably trimmed; thread laces & edgings, muslin trimmings, and the most elegant assort- ment of rich French bobbin-lace scarfs, veils & shawls, black ditto, net dresses, 6-4 and 4-4th black net, black and white blonds, cotton laces, haberdashery, ribbands, gloves, 8-4th curious napped duffles for ladies' cloaks, gentlemen's morning coats, &c. ; superior narrow woollen* cloths ; a quantity of garden seeds in bags, each containing every thing necessary for a kitchen garden ; white, Dutch, and red clover ; trefoil, cow-grass, mangel wurzell, &c. which T. W. will sell, either by wholesale or retail, at his House...

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 — 2 August 1823

SUPPLEMENT TO THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. Saturday, August 2, 1823._^ T DEANE'S STORE, Bridge-street, an excellent Investment of valuable Articles is now offered for SALE, on the most reasonable terms.-An elegant assort- ment of thread lace, horse shoe and rounds for babies' caps ; gentlemen's supéfnr\é,beavfefs| a variety of children's beaver hatscaiia1bo'Hh.ets ; a case of fashionable straw ditto v'df different sizes ; a large assortment of blaclt b]óYñ%a.9tnesl plain and twilled stuffs; men'and women's black worsted stockings, blankets', ilanheh?, bed ticking, fine prints, duck, sheeting; toweling, long lawn, diaper, muslinet, and "fineTlimityJ buckram, black silk and cotton handkerchiefs, quilting for waistcoats, velvet,'Norwich "and white crape, gentlemen's sup erfind'blue and black broad cloths, velveteens ; slops, consist- ing of check shirts, duck trowsers1 and frocks, bluejackets and trowsers, velveteen and cord shooting jackets, waistcoats, and trowsers; Scotch caps, lace cap...

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 — 2 August 1823

Provost Marshal's Office, August lsi,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 Causes, as follow: Kemp v. Staples; Same v. Same; Same v. Same. On Thursday next, the 7th Instant, at 12 , o'Clock, at the Market Place, A HOUSE, and a, Farm of 130 acres; situate at the Black Brush, with 400 Bushels of Wheat, more or less. Anson v. Rice. On Monday, the 11th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, at the Market Place, FIFTY Bushels of WHEAT, more or less ; likewise a House, and a Farm. of 80 acres, situate at the Coal River. .Unless the several Executions above mentioned be previously superseded. John Beamont, Provost Marshal. ANGING.-Instruction will be given _in the following fashionable Dancing, sriz. Quadrills,Waltzing, Spanish, & Country Dances.-Letters addressed to J....

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

fï'OBART-TOWN Sitting Magistrate-G. F. Read, Esq. »".".. "n tjod1" ( Fine Loaf, of 2lbs.5d, PMCE of Bread J W}lGaten^.4d, Ship News.-Sailed on the 25th ult. for Port Jackson, the brig Avon, Capt. Sum- ner ; on Wednesday last, the ship Berwick, Captain Jeffery; on Thursday, the Woodlark whaler, Capt. Hedges ; and yesterday, the ship Elizabeth, Capt. Dacre, all for the above port.-Passengers, George Cartwright, Esq. Solicitor, and William Kermode, Esq. On Monday last, the 28th ult., the anni- versary of the victories of Talavera and the Pyrenees^ in which the 48th Regiment was engaged, and in the former of which it bore so distinguished a part, the detachment at this Station, under the command of Major Bell, C. B. paraded upon Macquarie Point, at eleven o'clock, in their new clothing, and performed several evolutions and firings in presence of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, who expressed to the detach- ment on the ground his high gratification at seeing them upon an occasion coupl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 August 1823

TO be SOLD, at Mr. R. WHITE'S, Launceston Hotel, Port Dalrymple, Nine Brood MARES, and Four HORSES, imported from Sydney in the Nereus; most of them have   been broke-in for harness and saddle ; there is a Pair of fine fresh Chesnut Geldings, 4 years old upwards of io hands high, perfectly quiet in harness, and excellent goers. ANTED, Four WORKING BUL LOCKS.-Apply to the Printer. ORSE and CART.-To .be LET by* _the week, a capital Horse and Cart, together.-Apply at the Gazette Office. JUST arrived, and on SALE, at the Stores of Messrs. KLMP & Co. the follow I ing choice and valuable INVESTMENT. Slops of all descriptions, gentlemen's superfine hats, ditto seal-skin caps, Witney blankets of various sizes and qualities, supeiline bioad cloths, second ditto," Welsh flannels, white cotton shirts, lace, bobbin net, and silk stock- ings ; Cheshire cheese, butter, and hams ; car- peting, green baize, a variety of gai den seeds> put up in small tin cases, to suit settl...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 August 1823

----------------   Sitting Magistrate -Rev. R.Knopwood,M.A. ------------------       SHIP NEWS. - Arrived from England on Sunday last, the ship Competitor, Captain Ascough (formerly comman der of the ship Malabar), having on board 157 male convicts. Remain in the harbour and river, the ships Competitor, Skelton, Lusitania, Caroline, and King George; and the brigs Governor   Phillips, Dragon, and Thalia. The prisoners per ship Competitor were landed yesterday, and inspected by the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Their appear- ance was orderly and generally healthy, though some scurvy had appeared amongst -them, which led to the ship's touching at the Cape of Good Hope; three died on the passage, and three in hospital since landing. The Surgeon Superintendant, Clayton, we are sorry to say, died at sea, on the 8th j July. Considering this unfortunate circum- stance, the prisoners have suffered as little as* could possibly be expecte...

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HOBART-TOWN Sitting, Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

HOBART-TOWN Sitting Magistrate - Thomqs Bell, Esq. SHIP NEWS.-Arrived on Thursday from England,   which she left on the 8th of April, the brig Brutus, Capt. James Smith, with merchandise and passengers, namely, Mr. and Mrs Jarritt and 3 children, Mr. Mason, and Mr. Westbrook. From the advertisements in our late numbers, it has been seen that preparatory steps were in progress for the formation of a Bank in Van Diemen's Land. Our present Gazette announces the result of a General Meeting of the Merchants, Landholders, and respectable inhabitants, which took place on Monday last, when an abstract of Regulations for the Bank were agreed to, and a large number of the shares subscribed for. On Friday, by appointment, the Chairman of the Meeting, with a deputation of twelve Gentlemen, had an interview with the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, for the purpose of requesting him to obtain a Charter of Incorporation for the Company from HI EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, which HIS HONOR pro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

ist\5tk, 1823. ^}^nÍMJ0t^J¿Í&r^ is ^ápp)9Í¿te4 = '."'"r\.r:r'T f^",^e"-twutei?ant&oy^or,¡...;:fs {'? ¡MÍ'iÇj^PtraÈeraRP^6piij?'«ûl!: b&sirpjplyi -Q jing; Pia R^ajësty'*Ho4ital^herfi WitH Bread, until the 24th Bec. next, are request- ed .tp transmittheip Tenderstothis-Offieë,>bn v v if.oíjCummßsariat 'Offitèj! June >25íA> 1823/ FRESH MEAT.--The undenöentiörn^ Quantities will4>èreceived at His jyta* je'Bty $tStores> jmúttor 2>átes -specified^ v£ Wm. Fields . 8ÖÖ0 23s;|; Mortimer ^.40ÜO 29 T. Clark?> #)jÇ|Q 2« K^Pry : 1000 29 T, Massey1 ^lpotf 16 H;Boyle'" looo 22«, Dry- v'JiKK), 12 ¿Ditto . :8000 __ & Dit&;, ,.; iapOp Zàunc'esîon. ~ ov, . .." .September. , « 6 J. Cox . 10Q0 Ï2 Ditto' ' \ 1Ó00 19 Ditto1 « 1000 v ./y. -L; ï-Septenileï. "-'?'..' Í5 Jl íBátihatt 1000' JL&JQifto:< ??': 1000: .'-.Jft.-IM^T,..,.-,, lOOOr A. SCpppij;, A.Ç.-Q:> Commissariat XJfficèyJ.uty10th, 1823. 3EAT¿-iíis IEXCELËE^ÈY the &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

Government Public Office   Secretary's Office, Hobart Town Saturday August 15th, 1823. THE Ship Commodore Hayes, Captain MONCRIEF, having arrived in the River with Male Convicts, all Settlers hav- ing Claims to Servants as Indulgence with Land or otherwise, are requested to apply at the Secretary's Office, before Thursday next.       By Command of His Honor,   H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary CLAIMS AND DEMANDS     CAPTAIN L. W. MONCRIEF, of the ship Commodore Hayes, leaving' the colony, requests claims to be presented.   Mr. Daniel Haggerty, 1st Officer of the ship Commodore Hayes requests claims to be presented.       Mr. M. A. Thomas, 2d Officer of the ship Commodore Hayes, ' requests claims to be presented.         Mr. J. W. Toger, 3d Officer of the ship Commodore Hayes, requests claims to be p...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Of Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Of Van Diemen's Land.   A general Meeting of the Agricultural Society took place on Wednesday last; when, after some routine business and the election of twelve new Members, making an addition of twenty-two since the Anni- versary Meeting in December last, the PRESIDENT took the occasion to read an Extract from a Sydney Gazette (which is given in our front page), and afterwards animatedly delivered the following Address to the Society:-   "At this meeting I cannot omit to call the attention of the Society to an agricultural comparison (which has lately appeared as part   of an Address, read by the President to the Agricultural Society of New South Wales),   between that Colony and Van Diemen's Land.   I owe it to the office which by your favour I occupy, and to my own connexion with this country' as a proprietor of land and farmer, to state the grounds upon which, I trust, we shall be enabled to sh...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

JUST arrived, and on SALE, ki "¿ha Stores of Messrs. KEMP & Co. gre foi-, lowing choice and valuable Investment t^ Slops of all descriptions, gentlemen>s su- perfine hats, ditto seal-skin caps, Witrièy' blankets of various-sizes & qualities, ;§upeY-' fine 'broad cloths, second ditto, WelsjOan.^. nels, white cotton shirts, lace, bobbin net/ and silk stockings ; Cheshire cheese, butter, and hains ; carpeting, green baize, a variety of garden seeds, put up in small tin .cases; to sjiit settlers; stationery, threads,'tape; & sewing cotton ; town prints, silver watches, iron pots from 3 gallons to 40 gallons, ^l of which will be sold to wholesale purchasers at a moderate per centage on the invoices. (3& Messrs. KEMP & Co. have also by former importations, Tea, sugar, Brazil to- bacco, Bengal rum 30*per cent. O. P., Cog- nac brandy, Hollands, sherry wine iij case and bottle, on moderate terms.-- Wheat and clean washed wool taken in payment/ COLON...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

POSTSCRIPT. ARRIVED this Morning from England, which she left the 26th of April; the ship Commodore Hayes, Captain L. W. Moncrief, with 216 male convicts for this Settlement. - Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Rutherford,     R. N. - She has on board the Headquarters and Staff of the 3d Infantry, Buffs,   and the following Officers :- Captain Cotton, Lady and family, Ensign Christie,   Surgeon Anderson, and Paymaster Boyd.   We hastily note a few of the leading   articles of intelligence from the London Papers down to the 25th of April.     We lament to perceive that HIS MAJESTY had suffered an attack of the gout;     but, we are happy to add, from a Bulletin on the 24th, that it was much mitigated,     and we trust would be entirely removed. War had commenced between France and Spain. - St. Sebastian and Pampeluna were closely invest...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 August 1823

Provost Marshal's Oßce, Angustió, 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 Causes, as follow: Smith v. Williamson; Williamson v Same. On Thursday next, the 21st Instant, at 12 o'Clock, at the Market Place, TWO WORKING BULLOCKS, of the Port Dalrymple breed. Anson v. Rice. Immediately after the above,without reserve, FIFTY Bushels of WHEAT, more or less; likewise a House, and a Farm of 80 acres, situate at the Coal River. Lindsay v. Maum. Immediately after the above, TWO Hundred Bushels of WHEAT, more or less, with the Defendant's right and title to two Farms, containing 65 acres, and a good Dwelling-house erected thereon, situate at Clarence Plains. Unless the several Executions above mentioned be previously superseded. JOHN BEAMONT, Provost Mafshal. SALES BY A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 August 1823

DAIRY LANDS.-To be,LET or SOLD, with or without Milch Cows, Working Oxen, &c. the above valuable FARM, 6i miles from Hobart Town, to the left of the main road; 14 acres of which are now seeded, and 6 acres laid down with English grasses last year.-Tliis Farm'is most eligible from its con- tiguity to gooóV road and water carriage, and easy distance from market ; it has fresh water upon it all the year round; good timber trees, and abundance of fire-wood, and commands food for a Dairy of Cows of any extent.-Fur- ther particulars may be known on application to Messrs. CARTWRIGHT & Ross, Solicitors. AT NEW TOWN.-.T0 be LET, a valuable FARM, with good Brick Cot- tage, malting, &c. on the rivulet of that beau- tiful village. The Farm consists of 60 acres of land all cleared, of the richest soil, without*a stump, fit for garden cultivation, to the noith of the centre road of the village, bearing to- wards Prince ofWales's Bay.-A good brick Dwelling, Out-house with m...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 August 1823

I BRITISH EXTRACTS. The British Naval Force in the West Indies, under Commodore Sir E. H. Owen, consists of one, line of battle ship, five large frigates, five small ones, and ten sloops or brigs of war., The Jean Bart,-French line of battle ship, one of the squadron cruising in the West Indies, is stated to have taken a Spanish corvette, laden with treasure, bound to Eu- rope. Two regiments of women had been formed at Barcelona, to assist in the defence of that place in case of a seige. Fifty cabriolets have been licensed to ply on the hackney coach stands, on the rate of half-fare of the latter. The first circulating library was esta- blished in the Strand in 1740.-Amongst the multiplied improvements and facilities which have» arisen in the intermediate period, perhaps none is more extraordinary than the deffusion of knowledge from the innu- merable Libraries throughout the kingdom. Scarcely any town is without one, and in the larger towns and cities there are gene- rally several ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 August 1823

Government Public Notice. THE undermentioned Persons have ob ' tained Certificates during the last Week: Michael Brennan Chapman Sarah Kane Canada .Bridget Hurley Alexander. H. E. HOBINSON, Secretory. Secretary's Office, August 22,1823. ¡_ Commissariat Office, July lOth, 1823. MEAT.-His EXCELLENCY the GO VERNOR 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 under- mentioned Quantities of Meat, raised in the Colony, either Salt or Fresh, during the Month ending 24th October next, to send Sealed Tenders, to the respective Commis- sariat Offices, on or before Monday the First of September,   At Hobart Town......45,000 lbs.   New Norfo...

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HOBART-TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 August 1823

HOBART-TOWN.   Sitting Magistrate-G. F. Read, Esq. SHIP NEWS.- Arrived on Tuesday last from England, the brig Francis, Captain Benson, with merchandize,   and passengers ; namely, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Cobb, Mr. Cookney, Mr. H. Hall, Mr. James Ash, Mr. Watts, Mr. Scarr, Mr. Cox, Mr. Moorhouse, Mrs. Ross and child, Mr. and Mrs. Glover and 3 children, Mr. Eales, Mr. Mead, Mr. and Mrs. Bye and 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. Pike, and Mr. and Mrs. Giles and child. Sailed this morning for Port Jackson, the transport-ship Commodore Hayes, Captain Moncrief ; having on board the Head- quarters and Staff of the 3d Infantry, Buffs, and the following Officers :-Captain Cot- ton, Lady and family, Ensign Christie, Sur- geon Anderson, and Paymaster Boyd.-   Also, Dr. Rutherford, R. N. The transport-ship Competitor, Captain   Ascough, will sail to-morrow for Sydney. The ship Skelton, Captain Dixon, will sail for England on Mo...

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