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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

SA ¡URD VY. MAY 27, 18%. , Price of Wheat during the Week, 79» to 7s- 6d. per bushel ; Assize price of bread, 5d. the-2 lb» lonf. . . i' ii i i . ' , Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week, JOCELYN THOMAS, Esquire. " *i

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette
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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, May 20, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NÖTJtJE. Secretary's. Office, May 20, 1826. THE ÜIEUTENA'NT GOVERNOR haf* , been pleased io make the following Appointait ms: JAWPIÍSGOHDON, Esq. J. P. and THO' J»AS ANSTEY, iiNqttire, J. P. to*tie Coro- ners for Buckinghamshire. By His-Excellence's Command, W.H. HAMILTON, (AH. Col. Secretary)

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 17, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May »7, 1826. fi kiE Earl BA-THUUST, having not i ru d ? -* to His Excellency the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, that ** Houbts having ai ¡sen «s io the looting upon which Vessels freighted With Public atures are to be con eidered and treated in the Ports of His Majesty's Foreign Possessions; all Vessels which are wholly freighted byrine Com- missioners of His Majesty's Navy, and have an Agent of Transports on board, »te to be treated as Public Vessels engaged in the {service of the Crown; but that Vessels freighted only in Part by the Commissioners of- the Navy, are to be considered as Merchant Vessels." The »ame is published for general Information. By Command of His Excellency, _W. H. HAMiLTON^ActQCol.Secreiaty.

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GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 18, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT ORDER. Colonial Stcretar/s Office, May l8, 1826. PJpHE LiEUTKNANT GOVERNOR ha» . .* been pleased to appoint Mr. Kalph Dodsworth to be Principal Overseer at Maria island, tice Garrett, resigned. By His txcellertcy's Command, Y?. H.HAMILTON (Act.) Col, Secretary.

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. The motion in the last Session of .Parlia- ment for a repeal of the law authorising the use of spring-guns had passed the House of Lords, and was lost in the Com- mons by a majority of one only, owing to a member for Nottingham being asleep at the time of the division, and counted by mistake on the side opposite to that which he intended to support. Lord Liverpool laid the foundation of a new bridge over the Thames at Kingston, on the 7'th' of November It was intended to have been erected of cast iron, but owing to the rise in the price of that article the   idea was abandoned. " Admiral Gage was going out in the Warspite 74, as Commander in chief in the East Indies, in the room of the late Admiral   Bingham. Mr. Pym retires from the representation of Bedfordshire. The duty of one half per cent, to which all goods imported to or exported from Brazil in British ships were subject is repealed from the 1st January last. The Oph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

J OWES & CO. have on Sale at their .*-*4 Stores, "in Collins-street,-Sugar of the 'finest quality, Cape wmes in hogs heads and half hogsheads, Teneriffe! Madeira, and other wines,, tea, Jamaica mm, vinegar, English gin tin. hogsheads, at 12s. per gallon, tobacct, salt, flour, rope, iron, blocks of sizes, calicoes, slops,, nails, Sec. Sec; for which they will re; «eive in Payment all kinds of Colonial -Production«, viz;-Wheat, Wool, Hides,] (salt or'dned), -S*al Skins, . Horns, 'Horn Tips» Potatoes, Sec. al the most liberal ' 1 rices. j LAST Still* THIS ÄEA>ON. ftf&ä» PUK EiNGLAND i>l ^^^^^- * REC I .- I he Hot Clag» *%$M$^ Ship C'^P/á PJCKEl, tsifiuHÍSI Captain huLLiK, IS under Engagement to return immediately from Sydney to load for London.--Her Cargo is nearly all Engaged.-Early application for Freight, therefore, is requested to be, nude to WALTER A. BKTIIUNK I MESSRS. DUDGEON & BELL len iTJ to inform the Holders of BARLEY that their Brewery (late Mr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

BIRTH.-At New Town, on the 18th   Instant, Mrs. Blackwell, of a Daughter. DIED.-On the 8th instant, Charles Jeff- reys, Esq. R. N. of Frogmore, late Com- mander of His Majesty's Brig Kangaroo.    His remains were interred at Sorell on the 13th. The following Sunday the Rev.    W. Garrard preached a funeral sermon   which touched the hearers with lively         regret for the loss of their departed friend.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. There bas been no arrival since our last. SAILED, [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. There bas been no arrival since our last. SAILED. May 15.--The ship Greenock, Captain Miller,442 tons, fur Sydney, having landed for Mr. Maclauchlan, Agent for the Edinburgh   Australian Company, 65 tons and 200 bags salt, 250 boxes soap, 88 Norway deals, 11 bottles linseed oil, 6 ditto varnish, l8 kegs paint, 2 cases mustard, 1 cask vinegar, 33 bales linens, 10 barrels rosin, 23 ditto pitch, 29 ditto tar, 56 cases Dutch cheese, 1 hhd. starch. 2 tierces glue. 6 boxes blue, 1 hhd fish. 2 casks hardware, 8 ditto shot, 3 dales twine, 3 ditto shoemaker's hemp, 58 bales cotton               50 firkins herrings, 5 sheets lead, 22 boxes wearing apparel,, woollens and hosiery, 444 iron pots and kettles, 2 puncheons wiskey,     19 ditto rum, 1 ditto oatmeal, 10 half ??? s Cape winee, 4 quarter cases gunpowder, 1   box dried frui...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Principal Superintendent's Office, May 26, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Principal Superintendent's Office, May 26, 1826. AN ISSUE of SLOP CLOTHING will be made, on the 8th June, to the several Mechanics and Labourers in the actual Employ of Government ; and, on the 14th, to the Government Servants of Magistrates, Superintendents, and Others entitled to receive the same. It is particularly requested that those Persons who are entitled to Slops will attend, or authorise some proper Person to do so, on the Days specified, as the Ac- counts will be closed on the 30th June, and no further Issue made until the suc- ceeding Quarter, "By His Excellency's Command, JOHN LAKELAND,   Principal Superintendent of Convicts,

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, May 23, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Secretary's Office, May 23, 1826.   RICHARD ADDY, per Lady Ridley, holding a Ticket of Leave, is appoin ted a Constable for that part of the Coast opposite to Maria Island. By His Excellency's Command. W.H. HAMILTON, (Act. Col. Secretary).

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 23, 1826 [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 23, 1826. CERTIFlCATES of Freedom, and, T¡ckets of Leave, have been issued to     the undermentioned Persons during the last Week : CERTIFICATES. Fortune Guillors ... Dromedary John Grant ... Ditto William Foyle alias Poyle ... Ditto   David Mulken ... Ditto John Miller ... Ditto William Shepherd ... Ditto Robert Charlton ... Prince Regent William Lawson ........ Ditto George Clairk ... Caledonia (l) William Greaves .... Almorah   Patrick Lappen ... Castle Forbes John Mitchell ... Canada (5) Catherine Tobin ........ Canada (4) Charlotte Salisbury ... Morley Ellen Smith ... Janus TICKETS OF LEAVE.   George Brown .......... Maria James Knibbs .. ....Guildford (4) Joshua Mann ... Ditto Thomas Davis .......... ..Caledonia (l)   George Scarborough ....... Ditto John Bruce ..... Caledonia (2) John Browning ... Medway (1) John Wilcock ... Lady Ridley &nb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

SALES BY AUCTION. ' BY MR« J« T. COLL1COTT, At fus Mart, in Murray-street, on Tuesday next, the SOth Instant, without Reserve, A few Articles of Wearing Apparel, and sundry Kitchen Furniture, the .Property of the Estate of the late Mr. William Morris, deceased. »Y MR. J. T. COLLICOTT, Al his Mart, in Murray.street, on Thurs- day the 8th of June next, at 12 o'Clock precisely, 35 PRIME MIXCH COWS, ready ? for the Dairy immediately, of a Description calculated to suit Families and Settlers, being extremely docile, and the principal part of them having been milked* They are the choice of the celebrated Herd formerly the Property of Colonel Geills, whose Stock is so generally known and admired. Terms-Three Months' Credit, on ap- proved Bills, from Purchasers .to the J amount of <«£40 -and upurardi. VEKANDA STOKES, WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL, TMTR. T*UNN U now importing-Ladies' *." gentlemen's, mains, and children*», t>loves, of ali kinds; gentlemen's stocks' and riding belts; bea...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 22, 1826. The King v. Bent. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 22, 1826. The King v. Bent. The point under discussion as to arrest   of judgment in this case, was again urged   this day, and Mr. Gellibrand, the counsel     for the defendant, was heard at consider-   able length. His Honor the Chief Justice remarked, that so far from there not being sufficient evidence of publication, it ap-   peared to him that the case had been   proved three times over. His Honor   cited the case of Elphinstone v. Baldwin,   for publishing a libel in 1774, when it was   ruled that printing included publication,   and that proof of the former was sufficient   to prove the latter. Among others the   case of the King against Pierce was in-   stanced, for a publication against the Duke   of Athol, which was tried by Lord Ken-   yon,...

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STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 13th TO 20th MAY, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 27 May 1826

STATE OF THE WEATHER, FROM 13th TO 20th MAY, 1826. Thermometer M. T. Vi,. T. F. S. S. from | to Barometer] frum| io Wind. Result 40. 41 40 4& 41 40 45 51 47 49 56 54 58 57 29.4 295 ¡295 29 4 295 29 7 29 7 29.4 29 5 29 4 29 3 29 5 29 7 29.0 N. E. N. S.E. S. S. E, S.W. S. E. S W. Cloudy Cloudy .Showery Rain _ Rain Rain Clear Whatever appears in this Paper, not .Official, is at the sole control and responsibility of the Editor, We, have oh various occasions adverted to the advantages which this Colony affords to ameliorate the condition of pri- soners, and to promote their moral improve ment. We trust, therefore, it will not be considered that we overstep the bounds of our .duty, if we venture to recommend to Government the propriety of adopting some means to call these advantages more prominently into effect. The most obvious that suggests itself to us, is to encourage the good endeavours of both master and servant. We have thought, that if Go- vernment with or without the ass...

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MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 June 1826

MISCELLANY, original and select, Ah Act of Parliament, just passed, gives ' the shipper of goods, though an agent only, a power to draw for the pro- ceeds as if he were the owner, unless the fact of his being an agent appears in the hill of lading* It also puts it in the power of the consignee to pledge the goods of another as if they were his own, unless the bill of lading shews they are ihe property of another* Persons en- trusting wool or other goods to an agent, at home, should therefore take care that, if the agent's name be inserted in the bil) of lading as the shipper, it be also speci- fied thal the goods are on account of the person to whom they really belong. Persons also who ship their own goods should insert in the bill of lading that they are on account of the shippers, other- wise they may be liable to loss in case of the agent or consignee raising money up- on them for his own purposes* If the bills of lading state the actual property of the goods, it it probable that...

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TO THE POWER AND POLICY OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 June 1826

ON THE POWER AND POLICY Of RUSSIA» _i _. i It is not our practice to speculate largely on European politics, but in the absence .of farther information respecting the death of the late Autocrat of Rus« ia, and when the question becomes one of peace or war, , we may be allowed toitcpasidc from our u^u al course, & toaffordihat instruction which; we hope may be useful to our Readers A rupture bet ween the great Powers or, ¡Europe would materially, involye the ¡mc {rests of these Colonies, and would affect the ¡price of wool a» well at of other Colonial products* Whether Alexander died a natura, death or fell by the hand* of assasdns, the result will be the same, if the information prove correct that Constantine is, seated jon the Imperial throne; on which he, never could r have been placed, Without; Isome great reaction or commotion Con- stantine was, the favourite *on of Paul, their.tempers and, political,principles.were, jhf .same, and it was in contempla;ion to "remove the ...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 June 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, May 25,1826.1 I3ERSONS, willing" to Supply the un ** dermentioned Articles, far the Use of the Colonial Hospital, viz» Twelve round Towels, Twenty Shifts, Twenty-Jour Small tooth Combs, .Forty eight / arge ditto, Seven dozen Knives and Forks, One (\ lb,) Grocery Scales and'Weights, One (\ lb.) ditto ditto, aré requested to send in Tenders for the same, sealed and marked-»* Tenders jot Hospital ¿atores" addressed to the (Acting) Colonial Secretary, on or before Wednesday the 31st Instant. The Parties will be re«' quired to furnish Patterns with the Ten- ders, and to express, in Words at Length, the Price, payable in Spanish Dollars at Four Shillings and Four-pence each. By His Excellency's Command, W. H. Hamilton, (Act.) Col. Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1826. Assise Price of Bread, 5d. the 2 lb. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 June 1826

SATUKUAV, JUNE 3. 182«. Jssite Price of Bread, 5 di tktzlèl; Êoèf. Price of Wheat during the VVeek, 7-s.éil. Îer bushel; beef artd malton, 6d. per b; poik, lOd. per* do: Sitting Magistrate* fbr tHe eHiUiitg WeeU% ... . Rev. R. Knopwood, A» M.

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Principal Superintendent's Office, May 25, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 June 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Principal Superintendent's Office, May 25, 1826. IT being impracticable to comply with the Demands of Settlers for assigned   Servants until after the Arrival of the ex- pected Convict Ships ;- The Lieutenant Governor has directed it shall be notified that no further Applications can, for the present, be received.   John Lakeland, Principal Superintendent of Convicts.  

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Principal Superintendents Office, May 26, 1826. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette — 3 June 1826

GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Principal Superintendents Office, May 26, 1826. AN ISSUE of SLOP CLOTHING will be made, on the 8th June, to the several Mechanics and Labourers in the actual Employ of Government ; and, on the 14th, to the Government Servants of Magistrates, Superintendents, and Others entitled to receive the same. It particularly requested that those   Persons who are entitled to Slops will attend, or authorise some proper Person to do so, on the Days specified, as the Ac- counts will be closed on the 30th June, and no further Issue made until the suc- ceeding Quarter. John Lakeland, Principal Superintendent of Convicts.

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