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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 February 1818

SHIP NEWS. - On Sunday last ihe brig Governor Macquarie, Captain T. Reibey, which left this port on the Wednesday previous for Port Dalrymple, returned to the heads for the purpose of put- ting Mrs Reibey (Capt. R's mother) ashore to be conveyed thither   overland, owing to indisposition. - On Tuesday the vessel sailed again. This morning a signal for a vessel from the Northward was made at Mount Nelson; which is supposed to be either the ship   Duke of Wellington or Frederick from Port Jackson.   Remain in the Harbour, the Derwent schooner, Captain CARN.         ERRATUM. - In the departure of the brig Spring, in our Gazette of last Saturday week, for Monday, read Thursday.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

His HOMO* the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper tádirA&t , Ihit »11 Public Communie«jons*which m'»y appear In*Ihö' hoñART IOWS GAZETTE, and ROUT HERN REPORTER, iigned with any Official Sig'mture', arc to be coniidercd as Official* . Communications mide to thofe ferfons to whom they iruy. relate, ,: t'¡ . . ' . BY COMMANÍ or HIS HONOR, , ,t SAMUBL Hooi), Stcrttary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRAT[?]—Rev. ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A.M. Best Bread, per Loaf of 2lbs. 8d.; Household 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE-Kcv. I\OBÍH r KNOPWOOD, A. Belt Breads per Loif, of ?lbs/ Sd^Houfehuld^d. M# SHIP NEWS. - The signal we noticed in our last from the north- ward was for the ship Frederick, Capt. Williams, fom Port Jackson;   which came up the river on Sunday morning. - Passengers, Captain W. Collins, of this place, intending to proceed to Calcutta in the Frederick; on board which are other passengers for India; and Capt.     Townson, of Port Dalrymple.          

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

The Antiiverfary of the Furmauou of the Colony of New South Wales, and of the landing of Governor Phillip, was celebiated as a holiday at Sydney on Monday the 26th of Jr<nmty bil, by a Salute of 30 Guns, being the number correfponoiog with the age of the Settlement. The Government artificers ind labourers were exempted from work in honor of the cccsfion,*and an extra pound of frefo meAi given to CAch of them. We hAveoo doubt but the return of such An Aufpiciiua dAy will in future be celebrated throughout the Territory And its Dependencies. c The deftinAtion of the Frederick hA»}becfi {Altered from CAICUUA tolhe lae of FrAnce ; to which puce fhe'is bound by EdwArd Lord, £iq, to convey CAttle,

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 14th February 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN. Saturday, 14TH fEBRUARY, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT.   THE Orders issued on the 11th of April, 1817, and now in Force, srelating to Passes to Crown Servants within the Settlements of     the County of Buckinghamshire, are Rescinded: The following   Regulations to take effect from the publication of this Order:-   All Passes for Crown Servants going from Hobart Town, and the Districts thereof, to any part of the Country are to be Signed     and Registered by the Superintendant of Police; the Assigned     Servants of the Deputy Judge Advocate and Magistrates alone excepted, according to the Order of the 20th December.     All Passes of Crown Servtnts in Government Employ to be Signed by the Inspector of Public Works as at present ; they are to be then taken by one of the Superinten...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

By the arrival from Port Jackson of the Frederick we are put in   possession of two later Sydney Gazettes than those aleady received   from which we glean the following intelligence:   The foip Ocean, Capt Kemmington, arrived from England Ort the t^th of Jar,u-»iy, with 180 m-de prifiner*, two, of the norries of Auguilus Golding and Wjllum Tany, having died on the paflageof e confumpnon j the remainder wne landed in good health, though feveial had been aiflifted with irfbmaHor» in-the lungs, wh ch was happily cured during the voy^g^. She failed from Spuhead the 2ivt $f Auguit, and called at St. Helena, where foe remained 7 da\s. The foip Friendftup.Capt. Armet, from England the 3d of July, with 97 témale piiloners, under the meaical fuperintendence of Or. Cofgreiveofths H. N. hid alfi arrived at Port Jackton on the 13th ult. Three women died on the paflag^t *hich w<ts unfortunately very long, being 5 months ar.d 18 days : the names o...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 14th February, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 14th February, 1818. THOMAS LOVELL is appointed Overseer of Govern-   ment Working Bullocks. JAMES AIRMAN is appointed an Overseer under the     Inspector of Public Works. JOSEPH HALL is appointed Overseer of the Timber- falling Gang, in the Room of David Evans, dismissed. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

BENCH OF MACIITRATÜS.- i nat well known and petty offen- der John Griffiths alias Frog, was this day cor.vicled ot ftealing a hat in the Bricklayers' Arms public-houfe in LivrrpooJ.ftreet, nho property of james Dawfon ; for which he was f<ntenced io receive 50 Uihes, and to work in the gaol g»ng in irons for 6 months. This hardened thief has been frequently convifled before the Bench,,and has never been abfent from his ulual place of habitation longer ¿han a week for ihefe lail two or three years. ' ^ On Wednefday James Bum, a convift, waafentenced, for nuning hisefcape frpm Sydney on board the foip Frederick,, to, work in the gaol gang, until he can.be fent thither by forae vefleV HOBART TOWN \ PRINTED BY ANÛiSW fifiMT»

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

PUBLIC NOT I C E.     THE under mentioned Grants of Land are now lying at the Act- ing Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office for Delivery, on the Fees being paid which are due thereon.       NAMES.   Antoine Buckall Jofeph Beadle   James Butler Riley Buckingham Wm. Bowden Samuel Bate Jacob Billett Charles Clarke Charles Clarke William Clarke     Thomas Crahan, sen Thomas Crahan, jun. James Crahan Robert Chambers Rum John Conn Henry Coan Joseph Chipman Wm, Coventry John Cropper Wm. Dempley John Duncombe James Dyars Wm. Foyle Thomas Francis Thomas Fowles John Folley Thomas Gay . * Edward Garth ' James Garth' William Garlgell Wmi Hambley, sen. Wm. Hambley, jun. James Hannaway Mirtin Hunt Robert Hay Henry Hathersay John Haffen Pt G. Hogan, efq. . Ann HulTay William King James Kearney Richard Larfom Michael Lackey Michael Lawler 3° 56 SO 80 So too 75 3° 90 31 33 30 ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 14th February, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 14 February 1818

Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 14th February, 1818 CIVIL DEPARTMENT. MR. JOHN WADE having requested Permission to Resign the Office of Chief Constable of the County of Buckingham- shire, his Resignation is approved of from this Date. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor. SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary. MR. RICHARD PITT is appointed Chief Constable of the County of Buckinghamshire, subject to the Approval of His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF, and he is to be respected accordingly     By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor;   SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary.              

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

FOR i ION Swi NDLI^O,-Uu the 171h of June laíl a tor«ie;ner¿ {attended by a perlón whom he fly h d his interpietet, called at Mellrs. Rundell and ¿ridge's, Ludgate*hiU, as he fluted, to look out an af» Jortment of valuable diamonds, and other articles, in order t > make a confiderable pu re rufe for a foreign market. He gave it to be un,» derilood, that it would not be convenient to pay for them till the following week ; but to fave trouble when he came f',r (hem, he wiihed to have the articlea previouily felrtfed and agreed for. For .the fatiafa£lton of both parties the interpreter fig ni fled that Mr. Si* mon Blaum, the Geneva merchant, as he ilyled him, was defiroüa .that the valuables, as they were agreed for, fhould be put up in . paper box which he had brought tor that purpofe, and then fealed tip with his feal, and that if the houle. The ()ox was propoied, of cour fe, to be depôfited with MetTra. Rundell and Bridge, Much Aime was con fumed in felecling the articles, snd in...

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 21st February, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturdai*, âiit February, 1818. WHEREAS the following Crown Priíoncrs have abfetueo* themfelves from the Purblic Works at George Town, and5 are now at large. All Inhabitants and Settlers aré cautioned not to har- bour or employ them, on Pain of incurring the Penalty affixed by the Law* and all Confiables are enjoined io be vigilant in examining any Strangers Hobart Town under-named« Law* and all Confiables are enjoined io be vigilant in examining any Strangers who may appear in their Diitricts,and tobring into Hobart Town or Launceiton, as the Cafe may be, all or any of tho i ' i ; By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary. Richard Holmes, 23 years of age, 5 feet 7A high, light complexion, . arrived by the Kangaroo. ^ John Morris, 26 years of age,5]feet 3 inches high, light complexion, by the Pilot from Sydney. . <. . - ' . .* ;" ' '/' ' ' \ ' l f " 1 John Harvey, 17 years otago, 5 fe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

From the remarkable coincidence of events recorded ¡n the fol- lowing hiftorical and biographical illuftration, which we copy from a print published in the island of St. Chriftopher, by Mr. Thomas R. Howe, ourReaders will no doubt think it worthy of preferva- tion " Retributive Justice is the consolation of the oppreffed, and the terror of the oppressors. If the following facts, which have, we be- lieve, been remarked by De Foe, shouldfall into the hands of the Convention of France, it may perhaps, alarm them for their future fafety, by fhowing them that though, in the language of Juvenal, the anger of the gods may fleep, yet it will die. The extraordinary coincidence of dates of tome of the events, feems to defignate the particular crime which provoked the punishment of its perpetrators. The jert of these circumftances is the reign ot Charles I. and the troubles that followed it. The Bnglifh parliament called in the Scot* 9o învade Ifieîr Ifng, «% were invaded thern/dves by ihifanl...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

HllHnN0. the LiiUTfcNAKT GOVERNOR haa thought prop** to dire8t that all Puhlic Communication! which may appear in Mia* :}iOBAMTVOW*i GAZETTE and SOU! UÏRN .*£PaHTER9*gncà with any Official Signature, ire to be tionfidrred aa Official*, 2 CommunfcatioiiS made to thoíc Peí iona to whom they may relate! . J BY COÜMAÄD or HIS HONoa, SAMUIL HOOD, Secretary,

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 14th February, 1817, CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

Government& General Orders. Gov£RNÎ<à«NT HOUSE» HOBA'RT'TÓXVM, Saiuiday, 14th February, 1817.' ClVTL DEPARTMENT. ' " *' HTHE Orders"iflued on the nth of April, 1817, and nowin Force* .* relating to Pafles to Crown Servants within theSettlements of the County of Bucfcinghamíhirrí are Refunded-: The following Regulations to take effrcl from the publicitión of this Order :«- ' : All Pafles for Crown Servants going fiom Hobart Town, and 1he Diftricls thereof, to any part of the Country arre to be Signed and Regiftered hythe Superintendant of Police; the Affignèd Servants of the Deputy Judge Advocate and Magiftrate3 alone excepted, according 1o the Order of the 20th December. All Palies of Crown Servants in Government Employ to be figneq by the lnfpeôor ot Public Works as at Prefent'; they are to be then taken by one nt.the Superintendants io the Superintendant, c>f Police, to be Regiftered and Counterfigned. The Superintendant of Police will fign no Pafs for, a Cro...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

    A Supplement accompanies this Gazette.   HOBART TOWN; PRINTED BY ANDREW BENT.

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICR, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 21st February, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 21st February, 1818.   SETTLERS, or Inhabitants of the County of Buckinghamshire, desirous of having Female Servants assigned to them off the Store, will send in their Applications to this Ofice without Delay. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary.      

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Government Public Notices. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 21st February, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

Government Public Notices.               SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 21st February, 1818.     WILLIAM SMITH is restored to his Office as Constable of the District of Hobart Town.         WILLIAM GENDERS and WILLIAM GARDNER are         appointed Constables of the District of Hobart Town. WILLIAM HOLDEN is appointed Overseer of the   Carpenter's Gang. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary.    

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

A letter received this morning by an overland arrival from Port Dalrymple, states, that a brig from India (name not known at the time of writing, but destined for Port Jackson was within the heads, and making for the harbour.       Benjamin Berbridge, private of the 46th regt, accused of the wilful murder of John Hayes, of the same regiment, at Launceston, and lately sent for trial to Sydney from this place, his been tried at the last Criminal Sessions, and acquitted.           The trial of Thomas Williams and George Gray, privates belonging to the 46th also, who were both accused of separate acts of wilful murder, (the particulars of which we formerly mentioned), and   committed from this Settlement for a Criminal Court, have been delayed till the next sittings of the Sessions; owing to the absence   of some material witnesses, who are now subpoena'd, an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

R.C. FITZ being about to depart the Colony per Ship Freder- ick, requests Claims (if any) to be prefented immediately.   PERSONS having Claims upon MISS MARY WALFORD are de- sired to render in their Accounts immediately for Liquidations she being about to depart the Colony on the Frederick. ELIZABETH WALFORD hereby gives notice that it is her in- tention to leave the Settlement on the Ship Frederick for Cal- cutta and requests that all persons to whom she may stand indebted will immediately send in their Demands for Liquidation.                                                   THOMAS YOUNG and Wife intending to quit the Colony in the Henrietta Packet...

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