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Government & General Orders. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Wednesday, 28th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

Government & Gqneral Orders^ HEAD QUARTERS,SYDNEY, Wednefday, 28th January, *8,toV » / THE COMMA a? DER of the FORCES fome Timefince received from ; Hia ROYAL HIGHNESS "the COMMANDER in CHUF the toi. lowing Circular Letter and Wirrant, relative to the iuturo Iflao of Ptovifiona On Foreign Stations; ,but on account ot the great Scarcity of Grain in the Colony fin ce the Receipt ofihis Warrant, it waa found necefja'y tp fufpend the Operation of it <iill His Ma jefty's. Magazines ihould havo been fufHcieniJy fupplied with thai Anide- -".',* The Circular Letterand Warrant iliuded to are now, however, '. pubhïhed for «he lnfor-natioh and Guidance of the Troops fervjng in this Territory and ita Dependencies,1 aa well ¿s for that of the-^fe yeral Civil Officers and Department! victualled horn His> Majesty'* Stores at the feveral Stations ; the Deputy Comrmllaxy GenefaJ being charged with the due Obfcrvance and Itrio E,fcscutíon.iof, the feveral Oidcis and Régulations ...

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SITTING MAGISIRAT[?]—A F[?] KEM[?], Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

SITTING MAGISTRATE - A. F. KEMP, Esq.   SHIP NEWS. - Yesterday arrived from Port Jackson, the ship   Duke of Wellington, Captain JOHN HOWARD. with 30 male and 60 female prisoners; a part of the latter we understand are destined for Port Dalrymple. - Passengers, Mr. Assistant Surgeon St. JOHN YOUNGE and family, from Sydney; Mrs. WELLS and family; and         Mrs. BRODRIBB and family, lately from England in the Friendship. By the above arrival we derive no intelligence of any importance. On Monday last returned to port from Gordon River, the     Henrietta Packet, Mr. FEEN master, laden with Huon pine. Remain in the Harbour, the ships Duke of Wellington and Frederick ; and the schooners Derwent and Henrietta Packet; both     of which are expected to sail in a few days, the former for the Isle of France, and the latter for Port Jackson.

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HO[?]ART TOWN, Saturday, [?]t February, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 February 1818

GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN ; Saturday, 21st February, 1818.   MR. Assistant Surgeon YOUNGS having arrived by the Duke of     Wellington, he will resume his Duty at this Station. 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 — 21 February 1818

T)ObT OFFICE.-r-As the Derwent Schooner proceeds direct to -I the Ifle t<( France in -the courfe of a few, days, thole who wiih to writexhither, are requefted to forward ffyeir Letters, &c. to this Office on or before Saturday evening next, when it is expeaed the Mail will be clofed._JAMES MITCHELL, Poft-Maiter. "_ - i^v-T»'I r* ü TU. U..UI.** »ra rmtrmfi fîi\\\Ê i ntnrmmf*. ihar »h#» Sal* poned till Eleven o'Clock on Saturday .next, the aSth Inftant, ia confequence ot » Variety of other unexceptionable Articles net com- ing to hand in due Time. At One o'Clock precifely of the faid Day will alfo be Sold, with nut Referve, ALL I HOSE VALUABLE BUILDINGS lately erected near Herdsman's Cove, with or without FIFTY ACRES of LA^D» together with a Four Hundred Gallon Copper, a Well, Pump, Ac. complete; which are extremely well adapted for the Establishment of the Business of Brewing, Soap-making, or Tanning. . . Foi the accommodation and convenience of Pürchafers the *who...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

it , ' ..,^'finv.t»oi hi» thought, nróppr to dire'Mtut all Public Commünicition» which any app*ir in »h» TowTeAlTne^SOOTHiRN ¡tßPO&ER, fig««! with my Officul Signature, ... to UCK&KT» Office «i0o,m»de.o tbpf.M»n«*o*hon» *w «a, re(.t=. ,"",': r His HoMÓ**hfc hOBARTlO Communic^ioû» made*o (bob ^flan^o -wnam u^y -r -«r- HûMoia SAMUI|_ . _ ? .. tBY p.QMPjAlp OF HI* HON01| SAMUEL HOOD, SUTÇt^.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

i PUBLICE NO TIC 4f^uoAiQ) j .7 -1 ox t-u'..r £$L loat QiMilO»* flp«ARir TOWN, 25th Feb. iFiS. j TI? HERE AS J Dhn'Morns, a convict, 5 feet 5* inches hi^h, dark : » » complexion, black hair, brown eyes, bom in Lomftrn, 94 vean «of^agpj, r<ie j) atJwoojdpn, itëiôi cam* frp^nftpglsinjd.jn.^e3i]ii9 Al nioldh, 1817, and here in the.Pilot, wa* lately apprehended by, Thoa, Archer, Elq* and confined in His Majslty s Gaol al Hobafe'T'óvrn« ' an tRich¿id Holmes, a*convi\St^abóüt 5'teeiia^!*jghes.hi^hfcnahbQUV*3 , yeara of age, fVyr'^oinplexi.>ri. fent to Port Dahymple trom Sydney . lJIh< fciVMiaje^k^^ * that Settlement-and.wa», fame $im.a¿i Jarge in. the i«î*po<&,^lípc/a/ed tvith Septon, Tones, and others, .was wounded and brought into this Seulement. ., -^ '--.«' «? .-^ 6 John Harvey, a ennvitt,« abnut 5 feet $J inches high, fair com- plexion,, about .£7 years, otr 3gc, waa fent i ruin Sydney in the brig Elizabeth HéniiejítV tó'-Wrí'fl'al^'m^e. , ...

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Government & General Orders. HEAD QUARTER'S SYDNEY, Thursday, 5th February, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

C¡'OVernmei*E¡& General Orders¿ 'BSÀD QUAKTBR'S, SYDNSY, Thprfday, ^th February, 1818. I íhall be allowed todraw Provifior.s frcm the King'a Store» y'ihkn is therefore tobe cleA'ly under(ib'niï, *thAH PiovifidrnjuUllííiot be drawn by Arty Corps or DetAchmtnt ferving libihis TeirMO>y(brctits Dependencies for A grfAter Number of* Women,^AgrefA^ly .totjie ' ScAle of R Atiön prelcribed in tRe fAid W^rrAnt. ...17 . / The Co MM A ki DE ft of the Foacas «b« B JA if Ó received Ihe^moftiffco , ' íiiive In ft ructions'from His ROVAÍ-HraJÀNiss'the!CoitAM^Hil4ai in CHIS r,* And'the Right Honor Able ihu'Locd^Gnmm^ifivjnöia^of ' Mis MAJe(t)*i 1'reit/ury, fordilcontinuing, t^e AlhtW^nqe^ofj Ra . tiot.stothe Wives and Families qf Com napped ^Officer sn v. hetzer * Civil or Military, from, i he Date-of thelfReccrpf pf .the. Carrin! %kc pjefynt Ai(S) h af^ Fd>ruaryt! t. a ri ..t By'CornmÀïÎd'ot Hi« 'Exceliepcy Mie w vemgr^ .- H.p«»>~A^jrrLL, Majar of Brigade,

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 28th Feb. 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICE. SicaerARY/s OFFICE* HOBART TOWN, 281h Feb. 1818.* HUGH M'LSAM is appointed Conftable for ciho Diftrift of Hobart Town.                   DANIEL LONG is appointed Constable for the District of New Town. By Command of His Honor, SAMUKL HOOD, Secretary ACTING DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARY GENERA I/IOFFICI, Hobin Town, 28th February, X8I8. A Supply of SLOP CLOTHING having been received from Head Quarters, a General I (lue thereof will take place to the Confiables, Overfeers, and Ciown Servants ac this Station, on Fri- day next, the 6th of March, 1818. The 'Iffue will confift of the following Articles, viz, Two and a Half Yards of Colon ' Ui Cloth, in'Liou of a jacket One Pair of Duck Trowfers One Cotton Shirt One Fonge Cap ; and Two Ounces of Thread. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS ARCHER, AU, Dep. A fli ft. Com my. Gen!. (¿...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

This being the last day of February, we cannot help adverting to the uncommon fine weather with which we have been favored for these last two months, a more propitious season we could not have had; and we learn, with pleasure, that the produce of the grain in   general proves as abundant as we formerly anticipated.         BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. - This morning Jobe Thornborough and Thomas Dixon Saunders were charged with entering the premises of Richard Sorrel, a shoemaker in this town, and for attempting   to murder the person in charge of the said premises. The case     being clearly proved, they were sentenced to receive 200 lashes each, and to work in irons at Newcastle, New South Wales, for the period of 3 years. We are informed, by a passenger who arrived lately from     England in the Ocean, that two ships, one for male and the other for female prisoners, destin...

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Government & General Orders. HEAD QUARTERS SYDNEY, Wednesday, 28th January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

  Government & General Orders - HEAD QUARTERS SYDNEY, Wednesday, 28th January, 1818. THE COMMANDER of the FORCES some Time since received from     His ROYAL HIGHNESS the COMMANDER in CHIEF the fol-   lowing Circular Letter and Warrant, relative to the future issue of Provisions on Foreign Stations; but on account of the great Scarcity of Grain in the Colony since the Receipt of this Warrant, it was found necessary to suspend the Operation of it till His Ma-     jesty's Magazines should have been sufficiently supplied with that Article.             The Circular Letter and Warrant alluded to are now, however, published for the Informational Guidance of the Troops serving in this Territory, and its Dependencies, as well as for that of the se- veral Civil Officers and Departments victualled from His Majesty's   &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

THOMAS YOUNG and Wife intending to quit the Colony   in the Derwent Schooner, all Claims are consequently to be presented for Liquidation forthwith.          

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

For Remainder see an accompanying Supplement.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

JTJL s^ALE by AUCTION, by Mr. R. Lswis* oh Saturday nekt, the *^ 7th of Marches variety of ironmongery ; a quantity of leather ; cut-glajs; olive oil; Scotch barley; and/two feta of elegant gig harnefs, &c» <&c. ' After which will be put up for fale, at the rifle of ihe former pur« chafer»' roolbs. of hemp and fapcrftne and brown bobbin flax« DVERTISEMENT.-The Inhabitants and Settlers ofthe~lf land are refpeclfully informed, tlüt-ihe Remains of the Invest- ment imported on*he Ship Duke of Wellington, Capt. J. HOW- ARD, from England, are now o^en for Infpe&iôn and Sale* at the JRÍefidence lately occupied by'Mr- Ingle, nearnhe Wharf, comprif. ing the following choice Articles ; viz;-Brandy, gin, rum* port tâftdésrtfand Cafe wines, porter, pale ale, brown ¿out, butter, fugar, foap, Brazil tobacco, 'medicines,'bar,'bolt and iheet iron, ironmonger ry^nails, fteel, fcyfhes, fpades, (hovels, tin-ware and plates, fieves, meat la fes, tow) cribs,, apchors, ...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—THOMAS ARCHER, ESQ. A[?]ize of Bread—Wheaten, 8d.; Household, 7[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

HOBART TOWN; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1818 SITTING MAGISTRATE - THOMAS ARCHER, ESQ. Assize of Bread - Wheaten, 8d.; Household, 7d.   SHIP News. - On Monday last arrived from an unsuccessful voyage to Kangaroo Island, during which she met with very severe weather and some trifling damage, the brig Jupiter, Capt. Bunster; having only procured a small quantity of salt.     On Wednesday sailed for Port Jackson the schooner Henrietta Packet, Mr. FEEN master. - Passengers, WM. BROUGHTON, Esq., Acting Assistant Commissary General, and some other persons. W. Trim, and John Brown, who were lately fully committed to take their trial before the Criminal Court at Sydney on a charge of sheep-stealing to a considerable extent, were sent up in this vessel; together with   several persons as evidences on the part of the prosecution. Same evening arrived the brig Greyhound Captain RITCHIE,   from Calcutta, which place she left the 7th of October, wit...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 February 1818

AWFUL AND MELANCHOLY CATASTROPHE. - It is with the         most poignant feelings of sorrow we have to relate to our Readers one of the most shocking accidents that ever came under our notice in this Island. Yesterday a boat, the property of Richard Burrows, sen. who plied the ferry at the Black Snake, left town for the purpose of returning home; in which were twelve passengers besides the boatman, together with a heavy cart and other luggage belonging   to Mr. PETERS. It appears, from the intelligence already received,   that the boat ran up the river with a strong sea-breeze; and  by     some accident or other, about Mr. AUSTIN'S, upset; when,     melancholy to relate, the whole of the unhappy souls except one were consigned to a watery grave. The names of the unfortunate persons are, John Taylor, James Price, John Taylor, and his wife, Ann Taylor, respectable settlers, and all late of the Royal Marine C...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 31st January, 18181. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 7 March 1818

Government & .General Orders. Ml ' ^^---ii ? . GovftJiNMENT Houai, HOBAMT TOWN, Saturday, 31ÍI January, 1818. WHEREAS MICHAEL HOWE, a Crown Pnfoner now at large, (lands charged in addition to his formor Offences with the MURDER of WILLIAM DR S W, (commonly called Stambow), on Friday Hhe loth of Oaober* In addition to the Reward of One Hundred Guineas already offered for^he apprehenfion of the faia Michael Howe, His HONOR the LIIUTBNANT GOVRRNOJI II pleaièd lo declare ihit he will recqramend'tô His E*CELL*»ÍCY fora Free Pardon and hir Paffageto'ErigUnoYany Crown Pnloner whofhall'be th^mMniofappfehending-ihefai^MiÄh*^ Howe. By Command vf >Hi* honor ihv liwtttant Governor, *? v' } ". ' " , . * SAMp|L HOOD4, Secretary.

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

w,« HONOR the LIIUTKNANT GOVSRNO» hat thought Piparto direft, that all Public Cortfmunïcationi which may appear inlha HOBAMIOWH GAZETTE» and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figoed with my Official Signature, arc to bo cohered a« Official Communications rolde to ihofa Perlona to whom Ihey may relate. BY COUMANÖ OP HI* HONOA, SAMUEL HOOD,StCTttaryl

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

W,e haye felecTed for the perufal of oor Readers a full account of the Tú per b fervice of plate which has been preíented by the KING of PORTUGAL to His GRACE the Dues of WILLIN«TON; an emblem of grAtitude for liberAiing thAt country from the defpotifm of Napolean BONAPARTE ; and which finally led to ¿the restoration of ihofe Monarch* who had nearly ali become fubjeft to that fpoiled child of fortune ; and while England contemplates with heartfelt gratitude thofe ble flings with which fhe has been favored during a long and'tedious war, may (he never forget in the pride of her vic- tories Hie band from whence all thófe mercies flowed. The hohíe of Mr. Gerrard, the eminent filverfmith, in Panton« ftreet, has been recently Hhronged by great numbers of the Nobility and Gentry, who were admitted by tickets to view lu The follow- ing is a corred deferí pt ion of this brilliant tribute of gratitude to the Britiih Hero :-, \ The Centre Piece repreferrta the unanimity of Ihe three victori- o...

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

'L t ¡ it' It J In the following iioble fong, which has'recently appeared in'afew of the Lennon journals there is a^gloomy grandeur about ïotoe of the thoughts wh/ch cannot fail of placing it in a high rank in this fpecies of poetry, and make it notunexceotionable to our Readers; THE BURIAL OF SIR JOHN MOORE, WHO FILL AT THI.BATTL1 OF CORUNNA, IN l8p8, " Not a drum was heard, nor a funeral note,' - - - * As his corle to the rampart wo hurried Not a ioldier difcharged his farewell mot O'er the grave where our hero was buried* We buried him darkly at dead of night, / The fodi with our bayonets turning, . « By the ftrüggling moon-beam's mitty light, And the lantern dimly burning. No ufelefa coffin encloied his breaft, Nor in iheet nprihroud we bound him j But he lay like a warrior .taking his reft, With his martial cloak around him. Few and ihort were the prayers we faid, ' « *w And we fpôkrç n.0,t a. word of foftQW» » ' s ;v\. But we (lead fa illy gazed on the face of the dead, And we...

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

UsaiuL Rgcipas.^-For the deítruct'ióri of rats cotspieceôf fpunge into fmall pieces ;. dampthenva little in annifeed ¡.^ then dip them in fome melted dripping or fat j lay them in the places infefted, and .it will be found equal to the mod expeniive, troublefome, of dangerous preparation. FOR THE ACUTE RHEUMATISM.-X quarter of a pound ¿Halt petie, pounded as fine as fand; put it into »'quart of vinegar ; fira xner it in a pan cloie by the fire, till the nitre is diflblvéâ. and then bottle it j rub the part affected .«therewith ^twice a-dayWh ihe handbill quire dry : it haa with many perlons been never kndwn to fail. TORRMOVS STAINS.-Stains occafioned" by <fruitl are'readily removed from the clothes by wetting »nd placing them nearsighted brimftone j a few matches wuTanfwer.the 'puipoje. The fulphur oüagaa extraéis'the mark. * ( ' ' t ' ', ' " '

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