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Government Public Notice. SeCReTARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 17th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

Government Public Notice. ;S«.CHft,T,AAY'Ji Orrie«*., HOBART TOWN, ' Saturday, ayihjmuary, iBa8. * .pj IS Honor the Lieutenant Governor finding Appîicatioi a upon Bufintis of an ordinaty and unimportant Naiu»e nude to llim at all Hours, is under the nectfTuy of fitting that the 8"creury'6 Ofiice being Open from Ten to Three (except on Sunda) s), all Appl citi- ons arc tobe m*de within thoie houts, utuefi in L ale* where'ar,y< Emergency of Public Bufincfs iha'l rrquire an lmmeoiato Commua nication,'w/hen the Lieutenant Governor will be alwAy* tCAdy to Attendee it. HE*3®£J». T>ENJAMiN HANCOCK And THOMAS BRENNAN Aro Jo Appointed ConitAblçs for .the Diitiift of HubArt Town. By CômmAnd of his honor the'Lieutenant Governor, . bAmuel Hood, Secretary«

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Government & General Orders. GOVeRNMeNT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 17th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 17th January, 1818.   MR. ASSISTANT SURGEON HOOD is appointed to act as   Secretary to HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,     till further orders. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, Samuel Hood, Secretary.    

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Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 17th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 17th January, 1818. A BOARD of SURVEY to assemble at His Majesty's Magazine on Tuesday the 20th Inst. at Eleven o'Clock A. M. for the     purpose of ascertaining the Quantity of Spirits Bonded,     upon the Succession of Mr. Acting Assistant Commissary           General ARCHER to the Commissariat at this Station. MEMBERS. John Beamont, Esq. Naval Officer ; A. F. Kemp, Esq. ;       Mr. T. W. Birch.       By Command of his honor the Lieutenant Governor,   Samuel Hood, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

w! PUBLIG NOTICE, POUCE. OFÏICB, HOBART TOWN, January 8th, i8i8" HEREAS PATRICK KEAN, a priioncr, 5rt. 7iins. high, dark complexion, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, 26 ycart of age, by tr¡jde a cooper, triegjn the.County of Louth in Ireland, July§ 10*12, fentcncc 7 years tranfportation, born in Ireland, came from thence in the Ship Chapman & here in the Ship Pilotín 1817; and ROBERT EDEN, a prifoner, 5 feet 6} inches high, fair ruddy complexion» flaxen hair, ¿rey eyes, ai yean of age, born in Sander land, by trade a leamon, tried In London, Oftober, 1816, fentenced for life, came from Kngland in the Ship Almorah ana here in the Pilot in 1817, have ablconded from .the Government Works at Ho- bart Town, and are at prefent at large without a Pafi. All Confiables and others are directed to ufé their utmofl Exer- tions to apprehend ¿the faid Absentees and lodge them in H*a Ma« jcfty'a Gaol, at Hobart Town ; and all Per fon a are hereby Cautioned not to harbour, maintain, or conceal ...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 10th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE; SECRETARY'S OPFIC», HOBART Town, Saturday, loth Jjnuary, 1818. SOME fraudulent Orden, purporting io be for Meat fupplied to Parties of Troopj httly employed in the; Interior, having bee« circulated and refufed Payment, the Settlers are requefted to obier va that when a Party upon Secret Service is empowered to draw at Field Ration and to give Orders for «he'fame, the Non-commiffi oned Officer commanding the Party will have a Letter (n>m the Ac}> ing Affiliant Commiffary General authorising him to,do (o. And mo Orders for Meat fo Supplied will be admitted, which are not drawn at the Time of Supply, and which have not on the back tha Name, or Mark duly witneíled, of the Settler who lupplie» the Meat. The Parties of Troops ftationed at Pitt Water and-the Falls aro fupplied on a Regular Monthly Account, according to an Ar« rangement made by the Afting A'lfi'íUnt Cómmiílary General. o-^HE PraOice of Advertifing the CREWS or COLONIAL *» VESSELS, upon their ...

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 15th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 15th January, 1818. SETTLERS who have Soldiers or Crown Servants allowed them to assist in getting in their Harvest, are informed that the   following Wages are to be paid; viz.   By the Day Five Shillings;   By the Acre, for Reaping, Ten Shillings. It is expected that all Settlers will pay the Men in Money or Wheat the first produce of their Crops, and that they will Victual them sufficiently; but are particularly required in no Case to give more Wages than are hereby regulated, on Pain of being refused future Indulgences; and, if any Soldier or Crown Servant refuse to Work for those Wages, notice is to be given at this Office, when others will be ordered. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS WELLS, Principal Clerk. ACTING ASSISTANT COMMISIARY GENERAL'S OFFICE, Hobart Town, Wednesday, 14th January, 1818. ACTING ASSISTANT COMMISSARY GENERAL BROUGHTON being ab...

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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—A. E. K[?]MP, Esq. Assi[?]e of Bread—Wheaten [?]s.; Household 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, .18*6. SITTING MAGISTRATE-A. F« XTMP, Efq. k Aflixe of Bread-Wbeaten ts. ; Household tod. SHIP NEWI.-On Monday U It am ved from'the Ifle of Francéj after a palfrge of only 31 days, the Derwent fchooner, Capt. CARR, with merchandize.-Paflengers, R. VV\ LOANS, Efq. and f«mily, owner of the veifel and cargo. OnTuelday the fchooner henrietta Packet, Captain FKEN, failed for Gordon River. The íhip Pilot, Captain PEXTON, which left this Port on the 8th inft. for Batavia, was obliged do return to the Heads on Thutfday la ft, after being about 50 leagues at fea, in confequence of her fpring iog a leak ; but has not yet come op the River. The fhip Chapmant Captain DRAIS, having got her rudder re- paired, for which the put into this Po/t, failed yesterday for Bata- via.--Pa fíen ger, Captain EDWARD SINDREY. The brig Spring will sail on Tuesday next for England. Just as this Paper was going to press a signal for a vessel within the heads was made at Mount Nel...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, 8th January, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 January 1818

,G QVâcnmeiit ?& Gen er al Orders. ? '-'-fQeliC«* GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thur(d?y, 8th January,' !i8iJ. J 'CIVIL DEPARTMENT» H IS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR having judged it pro. V:r tojulpehd from the Exerciie of his Duty at Port Dalrymple Mr. MASSEY, Principal Superintendant, in Charge of the Public Works »t George Town, on a Complaint of Difreipect and Difobedience to the COMMANDANT at that Settlement, on .the 3d of November laft; and ih'iTG appearing upon Irrvelligation to have been great ¡mp'ropri ' ety In the Condudfot Mr. Malley on the occafion alludedto, *thV LIEUTRNANT GOVERNÖR fecit IL hisduty to flato m Public Oider'f, that he highly difapproves of Mr. Mafley's Demeanour in that, In flanee, ?nd thac he has o*ily abitained from Removing him from- hjs Situation, under a Special KeporttoHis EXCBLLPNCY the Go vr.RNORin CHIEF, in conícquence of his having add retted to the Commandant of Port Dalrymple a Letter cxpreffing his Senfe of the impropriety of his C...

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Government & General Orders. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, 3d January, 1818. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

Government & General Qrqçrs. ;J3iÀp..Qïl^?;TFas,a SYDNFT,:3d January, ,i8i8. M B DIC AL DEPARTMENTS . ,, »» ' . I Û* REGULAR Reports from ihe Surgeon* on-the Government Co. ''lonial Eftabliihment in the ^Dependency o.f Va tv Diemen'sLänd, having been for fomeTime paft neglected to he *n¿»de-tfo the Prin- cipal Surgeon at Hpad,Quarters; and it being obferved tfrat(the Sur- geons on the Eftabliihment at Hobart ToNVr) and Port (Dalrymple h*ve aiïumad to themselves refpectivcly the AppeUation-oi'* Rtin* ii pal Surgeons" it ii therefore ordered and direded by Hu Bacat LBNCY 'the GOVERNQR and COMMANOIRI io Ciller, that «he Surgeons at ttye Settlements At Van Diemenîs Lana do'henceforth make, regular Quarterly Rop&rca and Returns to 'the Principal Stir« geqnjat Head (Quarters, ^irçerating therein, the N umbers and* Dif cafes of the Sick under their reípeótive C h jçgej,j together jtvítbáho Receipt and ifcpenditure of Medicines,, Medic?) Stories andiCeMfaforts; fuch Quarterl...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

His HONOR the LIEUTE,NA>U Covtmioft has thought' piafar to duett, that ali Publictomuiumc-ucma which any appeir ¡n"th¿ HOBART 1QWN GAZEtÍE, and SOUTH&RÙï REVORJER, figricd with my Oihciälbigt^turc, arc lo be cWiaaed as Üific.ul Communication* made to Uiofeto whom they./may. relate^ . , ? . »Y-COMMAND OP HU HONOR, SAMUKL HOOD; Sarelaiy.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, January 23d, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

G over nme ntv& Gen éral Qf deïis. GOVIANMRNT HOUSB, HOBART ToW-N, Friday January 2^i 1818. Civii DEPARTMENT» . , H IS HONOR the LIRUTKNANT GOVERNOR, with the SanéHónof His EXCELLENCY Uhr, GOVIRNOR in CHI sr, li pleafed lo appbirlt A. W, H. HUMPHREY, Rfq. Juftice op the Pe.ice, *to,be Superintendant of Police tor'Hobart* Town and the Diitncls'therc of. Hie fame Power and Official Duties as are attached *o ihe Office of Superintendant of Police "at Sydney, are to belong to the Appoint» ment co which Mr. Humphrey is horned. By Commend of His Honor iht LituUnant Governor, &. HOOD, SeC»etaryt

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Government & General Orders. GOVeRNMeNT HOUSe, SYDNeY, 27th December, 1817. CIVIL DePARTMeNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

Government & General Orders, GoveRNMCNT House, SYD we Y/ . "I . 271h December, 1817. C IVIL DtfPARÎTMèNT. HIS Excellency the Governor and Commander in Chief has been pleifed to appoint Thomai Archer, Efq.now Juftice of Peace and Magiftrate at the Settlement of Port Dalry route, co be a Juftice of Peace and Magiftrate, generally, in the Counties of Cornwall & Buckingham, in Van Diemen'a Land, "and -throughout the (aid Ifland. His Excellency has alfo been pleafed to appoint J Ames Cox» Efq. And Andrew BArcUy, Efq. lobe Juftices of the PeAco & MAgil trAtea in the County of Cornell, in V,\n Diemen'* LAnd, And throughput the Settlement of Port ÇUIryraple. , [ Thefe MAgiftrAtea, thus Appointed, Arfe *to be obeyed And re fpc&ed Accordingly, : . .«__...'?. :,..?» , By, Commçndtof ms Ja xcrtteneVi , . , . , .'.',. -, . ? , ¡ LT. CAMPaeL.Lje.pretflry.'

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Government Public Notice. SECReTARY'S OFFICE 17th Jan. 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, 17th Jan. 1818. HIS Honor the Lieutenant Governor finding Applications upon   Business of an ordinary and unimportant Nature made to him   at all Hours, is under the necessity of stating that the Secretary's Office being Open from Ten to Three (except on Sundays), all Applications are to be made within those Hours, unless in Cases     where any Emergency of Public Business shall require an imme- diate Communication, when the Lieutenant Governor will be     always ready to attend to it. S. HOOD, $ec.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

The Anniversary of the Birth of OUR MOST GRACIOUS QUEEN falling on a Sunday this year, it was observed as a holiday and celebrated with the usual demonstrations of loyalty and joy       throughout the Settlement on Monday last. HIS HONOR the   LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR entertained in the evening the OFF-         ICERS and MILITARY, and a few of the Principal Gentlemen of the Colony.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

ADVERTÍS EMTE N T S. MR: LoANi begs to inform the Settlers and others, 'that he is prepared to receive Wheat at Stnre.price; and will continuo to take Grain in Payment until the 31ft of March next; tobe delivered st his Warehoule, at Mr. Mucheli'a in Macquarie-ftreet ; which is open from nine till three o'Clock every day. N. B.--Ciedit will be given agreeable ¿to the Advertifement in ferted in taft week's Gazette, payable in Wheat PS above; and Mr. Loane will provide Bags for the Reception of ihs lame. He alfo aifuresthe Public,that no Advance will take place on the prêtent Cafti Prices of his Cargo; ^"TÖT|CE,-All Pet Cons indebted to the Lliate ot the late * WALTER LANG, Eiq. deceaied, are hereby apprized that un* leis their reflective Debts are liquidated previous to the next Sittings of the LIKUTSNANT GOVERNOR'S COURT,-that Procelles will be inltituted, without refpectio Períoní, for ihe Recovery thereof. WILLIAM [«MOTT, Agent* ----1-1-t - m«.1 ALL Perlons indebted /to WILLIAM HE...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

By the arrival of the Governor Macquarie, we derive no other intelligence than that of her, having seen off the heads of Port Jackson the day she sailed from thence a large ship which was     supposed to be the Friendship from England with female prisoners

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Hobart Town; SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1818. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. KNO[?]WOOD, A. M. Assize of Bread—Whea[?]n [?]s. Household 10d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

Hobart Town;       SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1818. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R . KNOPWOOD, A. M. Assize of Bread — Wheaten 1s.; Household 10d. SHIP NEWS. — The ship Pilot, which we reported in our last to have anchored within the heads, from having sprung a leak while at sea, came, up the harbour on Monday. Captain Pexton reports, that during three days after he left this port, he encountered very severe weather; in which 3 horses, 6 sheep and a cow died. As the leak could not be repaired in this port, she proceeds on her passage in a day or two.   The ship Chapman, Captain Drake, sailed again on Sunday last. It is reported that she anchored in Storm Bay Passage with a view of clandestinely receiving on board a young woman who was   formerly secreted in her, and taken out on her arrival here, but     the vigilance of the Police prevented the intention. On Monday last sailed the brig Spring, Captain Richard Drake, for England direct; wi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

Notwithstanding the repeated strict searches that was made in the ship Pilot previous to her leaving this port, Kean and Eden, the two absentees advertised in last week's Gazette, were on   Thursday last found concealed in her; and yesterday evening       two more, who stowed away from Sydney, named Skinner and   Brown, and a female prisoner of the name of Sarah Neil, were also taken out the same vessel in a most deplorable state.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

From late Sydney Gazettes, we copy the following deaths :— On the 21st ultimo, in the 63d year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth Whittel, wife of Serjeant Major Whittel, formerly of the New South Wales Corps (now the 102d Regt,). She had long laboured under the infirmities of old age. On Saturday the 6th of December, Mrs Mary Chisholm, wife of Mr. James Chisholm of George-Street, Sydney, aged 32 years. On Wednesday the 24th of September, at her house in Pitt-street, Mrs. Crossley. Also, on board the brig Lynx, on her passage to Port Jackson   from Calcutta, Mrs. Mary Edwards. On the 29th of October, Mrs. Henshaw of Castlereagh-street. On the same evening, at her residence at Baulkam Hills, much   widely regretted, Mrs. M'Dougall. — She was taken suddenly ill, and almost immediately afterwards expired.   On Monday, November 24th, at his house in Cambridge-street, after an illness of seven months, which he bore with religious forti- tude, Mr. Stafford Lett ; he had ...

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LONDON EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 January 1818

LONDON EXTRACTS. CLERKENWELL SESSIONS--CASE OF EXTREME CRUELTY.       George Barber, a weaver, of York-ftreet, Bethnal Green, was put to the bar upon an indictment which charged him with feries of cruelties to his apprentice, Mary Elder, a child apparently 11 years of age.   The Court was much crowded, the intereft excited by this cafe being very great, and the witneffes numerous. The parifh of St. John, Hackney, instituted the profecution, which was conducted by Mr. ALLEY and Mr. ANDREWS. Mr. Alley ftated the cafe. The object of perfecution was then called and examined. Her evidence was to the following effect :-- Before fhe was bound to the defendant, the treatment fhe received for the few days of experiment was unexceptionable. She, of courfe, willingly entered the fervice, but was foon difappointed in her hopes. Her mafler took a pleafure in beating her with a cane, a fhuttle, and a tremendous inftrument called a _reat, with wh...

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