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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 January 1824

L open on Monday,» '-the íl2tnAÍns¿í I oh the -usual modérate terms^which may j be knowA byiapplicatiort as! aboyen - ¡'j¿ (33*:¿P!reviousi*ítol the 3 Rëmovaï; of á. I Bupil,",a> Quacter'a jNfcticeWbegivehv. 'or a Quartër's!>Pa^nientïmàdë.rv:i«!ci nh 1^0^ i S ALE,, (pu Commission* .^by, F ïM$ï$?' C>iÍíííg)JERWOpD:, Madeira1.. wine j in¡ pipes, ; ;pprt pf superipíqualityr ^yÄ^-MÄÄ^ »h dijaughttf sugar;; ítea, ep|ree,(slops,pf ^llíkinds)íhardwla.re: |of every ascription, iron, well ásspijtedji iron & wopden,ploughs,^í^ ;& gr(at¿es;ct9mpJÍeteíí with a grgatyaiçiety! [\JÜfi% « the':^n(^Ésignedi-ííaVifi^re|¡ i j'tfih.cleivsd&ettérs of Administration« to the El&te1 âAd^ffect*ïbf%eilàfeiËl# zabettiu Howa^di^oíl Launceston/ dPör tP Dalrymp^;decëàyfe^ reqiiest^allPër^ sons havihg\Clàïmé_ Or Déraands*against; the saidiîEstatov:-tö«-i|urnis'ni1lihe:'iïa'm^'')tô<;' us withoiit'Dèlkyi and 'all^Pèribns:1 standingdAdébted^to jthe^ïaid* Estate; ar...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, January 9. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas, Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 January 1824

HObart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, January 9. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq SHIP NEWS. Sailed on Tuesday morning last for Port Jackson, the ship Sir Godfrey Webster, Captain Rennold- son, having on board the following pas- sengers who came out in this vessel from England ; Deputy Assistant Com- missaray Generals Boyes, Goodsir, and Howard, Mrs. Goodsir and four children, and Mrs. Howard : also, Dr Carter, R.N. the Surgeon Superintendant : and Captain Hibbert and Ensign Williams, of the 40th Regiment The Courier will sail in a few days for Port Jackson. Remain in the harbour, the brigs Belinda, Courier, Jupiter and Allies. The heavy rains during the present week have rendered the housing of hay diffiucult. There is still much grass uncut. The corn is less laid than might be expected.       A manufactory of soap, and also of   salt, has recently been established on Brané Island, upon a scale of sufficient magnitude to supersede a r...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 January 1824

^^WK^^jß^apppiöiej^; JËxtra Con': i,ïfe^eniiÉient;!jÇublic* ifttotice*ï:£: ^JlHEïuAd^rmentioùedi PersonS< JiaVé Peter! M^bttagiiliiiL.;. vrSorrey, %o id ¿íf-r» ií.-.jL o c¡ ' ThqmasiBrennàii ¡7 ,¡Eliot,» 'duplicate. !? i io í;¿Johiii.pamp>lifli-¿cf::j.h;.'-) Surrey¿.y, Jj^¡Ü;^ "?TKbWd.sJiMufphyf ,^.Bcnc,ó,qIen.. j . i ,! JohnBlackaby , Coromandel, v ;U -, , fit. 'E'. Robinson, Secretary. Se^ciïf¥ïffîc$yw%-J$S$:£;:?S;, . 'CùaniiJsêàriàt Oj^ce¡¡Déc.t0t7i,lQ29\. £ ^ÈAtî-f^rhe un^ímentipn^VTenr' fjL "¿ersbeirig4i$M ^wesíj.tóates pfr; fered,are accepted,; ánapupíjished ,fdr the Information of tnpsê'^ôncern^j^aiid tfté.Ofters of those whose îsTaines do'not appelírMiHhe ö^ con-"; Mmm^i^^^y^1: ?'..;-;?. '''! (ÏJéîîbèrMlê every fiiîesday and Friday). Mti£4äs^HbpC:;."...;:;7!'.'.-.àdôo :; ? - -f. yid'. Ditton vîv.^.'; ?/. vV .';?:? .5000 . . :d*h'}$) tmtiP)-jvUisv.'.'ï..-.'"..;;äöooi;i; v^:.K¿V.23:Tiíáu Lascelles.. /.V; i .5000 *. * ? oí ffH-^^I)ittO7;i;:i.;t.iVvi/.i^vv3000,-:' ...

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 — 9 January 1824

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND POCKET ALMANACK for 1824. NOW PUBLISHING, at the New Printing Office, between Wellington Bridge and the New Road, the Van Diemen's Land Pocket Almanack for 1824, - This Annual Colonial Publication is the first of the kind that has yet been printed in this Colony. - It contains (besides the customary Contents of an Almanack) the Colonial Gardener's Kalendar; the Civil and Military Establishments of the Island; the   Fees and Duties taken in the various Public Offices; the Names and Boundaries of the various Districts in the Counties of Buckinghamshire and Cornwall; the Rates of Toll of the different   Punts and other Ferries; the Distances of the various Townships & Settlements   in the Interior from Hobart Town; the Sovereigns and Princes of Europe (collected from best Official Authorities,   published in 1823); HisMajesty's     Ministers from the Court Calendar of 1823; the Arriv...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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THE LAST EPSOM RACES. The Race for the Derby. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

, -j It 1< . ^fi^L^i^spya^ii-s^p \\TfiëRácéfor, tfte JJçrby^jj i(- ty il At three'p'fc!locí£ the ringing of the ¡bell j, gavé iioticé'ti^atthe period for staging hUap &rrivéd,'àhd all eyes were^directed towards^ tlie point at which/the) horses would be first .observed. A fewontiriutes 'afterwards a general shout, rmrçed .with anxious obser~i rations, announce ¿that they had started.? Tbe following twelve, astar as we could col- lect, were the competitors for the,stakes :-» '^1. Mr, Udny'sc.'Minus, by Orville, outl of Emily. r " '> ' i" t{ ' " ' '^ I 2.Jdn Roger's b. c-Tancred1, brother to Parha. .> » ! ft * f ¡' Mr. Tome's b.iC^FejiXi) by CQmuS,^out? duplicate's dam. t n T, ,r, u" "f ¡J), of Grafton's br. ci Talisman, by Sooth- sayer, omVof Pope^Joan.' ' Í * p'.íbf<Graftott,sc:<Jinder,íbyWpH out .of Charcoal. f" í >Mr.><Bigg's<b. c. Bertram, bySmolensko, out of Lande. , ¡, > ' ' -> i ' " Mr. Prendargast...

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MAXIMS, Translated, from B[?]ltasar Garcian, a Spanish writer, who flourished in the 17th century. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

Translated from~ "Baltasar Garcian, a\ )ñiSpan?s¡i horitér^ Yüäo ßöurisheStniihel ¿JAÏitfocentury.< ^ " -n t yn >l r) %>* ' j 'i'ü0uäjßarfcof the, wqi Id ¿ridicules jthe other, and^-both laugh at ^eir^pmmbn jtbllies;" 'Every thingis good or badL according to 'the c5*-*^- Ue-'"" - ?**-? »'--- -- - 'diSgi ¿folly t _o > able-otdJ his touniöart PerfdctiöfiiS < aie -not dependentoupon afSingle>approbation. ¡Tastes are as various as, human counten ancpsy and the dißerenccs between them are as numerous.'"There is ho-defect, without apaitisan. If,what!thbu Übest plea.se not' ^sdmei,,íb/évniót'discbitr&gea/'s'ítícB':thei?cí%ill,Í *ot be wanting otlierái, 'whó'jtpp'roVe 'it:' hbtjbe not pufled^with the¿appipbatipn[ of the latter, neither déiectpd.WtlHhe cen4 A"L¿U^t J*i."' ed. J"J> rf,L_ "ihJAi.L^z^^ QÀ onlyruleJ<by .... _ _ worthy sbf lestpemv Civil life1 turn* iftftPup-j on a^inglq opinion, por a single custom." ( .» n o "iNevJeí>C?...

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JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

.-JANUARY.'-1** ThiS"mohth!'wa£} dédibàtëd to Jánús by ther Homans. "Tno%H "the «aleñas of this àhôrith,clike the Tirst! days^of the other months, were.rindèytltë p'rotéctioh of Juno, ithe first^of January- was more particularly under -the'carc of Janus; to whom, "On New Year's'Day] Was offer- ed the cake called Janual,' and likwise Jïoney, figs, and dates, fruits' from, the .sweetness of which happ/omens were oVawn'for'the course of theoyear. JThe Janual was made of new flour, new, salt, incense, andwinel. This day)also, all the artists arid artí&ans* gketohedout their work, funder the persuasion, that to pro- cures a* favourable/year; it.was necessary to. begin by labqur. < £)vidrtells ¡us, that this; was prescribed by>the5god Janus. TÇhe eaily Christians fasted, to'tdistin- guish themselves from «the Romans, bei cause the lattin regaled; themselves in the eyeningvbi honqr of Janus. On>this day,1 the consuls elect Hook possession ofthel^gnlt,^ there* amids...

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VERSES To a Female on the New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

VERSES—To a Female on the New Year.   MARK, my dear girl, with what swift pace—Time envious steals away, And in its progress leaves no trace, But proofs of sad decay.                   How soon the varying seasons die, Usurped by winter's reign ; Ah ! see, even now, the cheerless sky And desolated plain. Another year is on its way To give new seasons birth ; Restore its beauty to the day,     Its verdure to the earth. That year which gives to nature spring, —--------Our winter nigh declares ; And the decays our seasons bring--------------------No future spring repairs. Our spring is now—even now is seen Its genial power confessed, Its vernal beauty in thy mien, Its warmth within thy breast.     Ours is the spring of young desires,   Parent of soft delights ; 'Tis love, almighty love inspires...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

,! Góveraimeat^Public Notice.^ Ut ti»d Sèétithfy's Oßce,iHöbak Towri,1} ié > xa< íLvwq I i )j¡i)mttñjl&tli, 1824/r» I "Tlíl^laBrtJr-íPc^Kt; 'tîhiéf District! .vl^i O î hts ! * _ Vrül / * * rJbfdl JJîstnct Constable at Green Point, ' *,« vwu»»»» ^ jute- Honor. ' \\ ',° H'. E: ftoBiïrscfîf, 'SèckhrvJ -jvy1 '-j-'-V--r ?; )? r>.T,gl " ,--,,, V$.i ciJjOVNernment liiibliö 3Notiee41 t -.IrâtlHfE uadeimentionfed'Fersoii§lhaVé| soJL obtained.Ticket» ofiLeav'e during! -thelaj,8t;W&ßk.:-» , mij u m** f> *' 1> ^| í,9íj£Scob M eyle ; Mah Sir .William Bensley j i^A^fiïW^rdspnjCaJedonia M " m j , Thomas Tates.*%&/>" jn» f "B #Kííg l)állflur,^7YdÍSr2f'0(»díclArd.t I *$tätä&fs<4)ffice/Jan. ^(v^A*^ j ",- ^ommtssay^p^ce^JO1^. '|^I»j ^^' * i^M^çKATlrT'|1I\e undermentioned Ten ^iUOLidersibeijûg-attJie lowest Rates pf Jferedjj are raccepteçl,, and pubhshed for the Information of thpse concerned; and -the Offers of those ¡whose Namçs do ...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

BRITISH EXTRACTS. NEW COMPASS.-Mr. Wm. Clarke,   a scientific and ingenious messenger in Chatham Dock-yard, has invented a mariner's compass on an entire new prin- ciple. The needle consists of four arms   or poles, placed at right angles, and uniting in one common centre. The two northern poles are secured at the N. W. and N. E. and the two southern poles to the S. E. and S. W. points of the card, which places the four cardinal points right between the angles of the needle, and allows the card to point north and south as heretofore, the cards now in in use answering the purpose. This compass has been tried under different circumstances, and, as far as can be ascertained by the experiments already made, is allowed to possess the prin- ciples of polarity and stability beyond that of any compass now in use. There has just issued from the Press a highly curious and an extremely en- tertaining Work, entitled "The Lol-   lards." It is a tale, founde...

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SURNAMES. (From the New Monthly Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

SURNAMES   (From the  New Monthly Magazine.) Men once were surnamed from their shape or estate, (You all may from history worm it) There was Louis the bulky and Henry the great, John Lackland and Peter the hermit. But now when the door-plates of misters and dames         Are read, each so constantly varies,   From the owner's trade, figure, and calling, surnames Seem giv'n by the rule of contraries.     Mr Box though provoked never doubles his fist, Mr. Burns in his grate has no fuel, Mr. Playfair won't catch me at hazard or whist, Mr. Coward was winged in a duel. Mr. Wise is a dunce, Mr. King is a whig, Mr. Coffin's uncommonly sprightly, And large Mr. Little broke down in a gig, While driving fat Mrs Golightly. Mrs. Drinkwater's apt to indulge in a dram, Mrs Angel's an absolute fury. And meek Mr. Lyon let fierce Mr. Lamb Tweak his nose in the lobby of Drury.     At Bath, where the feeble go more than the ...

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TO THE Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

Bditor ùfthtSm&ti Town Gateitc. of our gram market m^st^eç^sarjly oe* severely felt',' by aU versons <cpnneet£.dj with 'the farming interests^Vampnlibe ^ovestus»tq'4n4 nut a ¡method by whtob| we can extendí the views of the Oolqriist| Wee haveiat^preseat dint one staple 'ex-j poFt article-tbool? arion which we -can, calculate but little, in its infant state of Improvement'? thought'ant happy tja think that/ iiV tW ¿burse o¥t^verjr. ièw "years, we may anticipate the most ft-i vourkbie^ÄsVi-An entópnáhijr in .dividual ha* oliscovere/l $ second e;*:-,, . port article, of more importance, mi the present crisis ofcour affairs, ± Th.is indi- vidual is at present .engaged- in ¿he, manufacture >of/ soap in nthis) Colony,) «net by adopting ttiè plan 'of burning thei kali plant f (vulgo bocatut? the Botafiy| Bay green), ffdíá ^HiçhHhe> h'^s^ suc^-ij ceeded in pib^ncihga'saniple equal toj the Spanish^ barilla1," fié has found it.toj answer Hiepurpose of soap-maJdngdónl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

ifo 'ñ^iíoí<id'-QílP&CJ£^W'í''íai>k^a iièj\ ^étWeën^^UHngt^^érî ¡RoM; th^ tyWmàcWfoï tó2Í^Ttíis íMni^llCpU Pnip^Mícatibií isíthb firét'ôf jtheTOm <thät has^yelÉieehprinted tnÀliisCdldriv. Ittary M t^ishíhe|t|^|f hegsí^^JÍhe| ;Fees anxTlp'!^ . r?ublic 'Ojîiç&s í^tlí^iN^SS. ajiíl43<QMH: ?o^ries fofíhe. .yatilo.u^ ;Couiítiesof.Buckinghamshire,ahd^qtn*£ wali>; the .Ratest^fiTotóf ÎjAfeëntj .puntahdl^ettiy^^ ; of the various' Iffb^ns'HipX^-t^tfé^l^1 ts¡ iii theKitençi*)ffpm¡JXpjáfift, jfiojjipk';¡ théf ;§qprejgnsÍíp$#n^^^ looted frqm S" 'ublishe:ari£à&&^ iim>tejs;|rp^ 1823.:¿-rífheCJiriyatí 'and f)çpartures b{| ^hipS:ätih^;llvef DirWent; ihMbet- : rfhe ©mi^irHffi^w1atâhtali.,Maia%ilfc^ ^är'r ànd^h^theluPuolijijT^ ^ro^uÄ; ' k! í^e^tháít^ho 'success' $Tè j .rireSërift Publication will'bd .astim'ulds'tö j its' fuMeicoÏÏtlhhanbë^ithoirl;. interruô- ? tion. -.:;,::;,;.'.?'"' .vî/'Jiv-îikî. e.1i'(';1 ojíiífü i eWlNGr' to...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 January 1824

                            Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, January 16. SUting^JHagistrate--G>F. Beac!, Esq. Ship NEWSÍ-t^Saüed'yesterdayfor Port Jackson the brig Courier, Captain Mainwaring.-Passengers, Bfr. Bean, Mr. Stewart, and Mr. Thomas Wiltshire. The brig Allies will sail for England in the course of next w^ék. * ~ The Belinda will sail in the course of . the ensuing-week for Port Jackson. Remain in the harbour, the brigs Allies, Jupiter, and Belinda, On Saturday last, the Agricultural   Society held their Annual Meeting, at the Ship Inn, in Hobart Town, when the President and other Officers were     re-elected for the ensuing year, and a   new Committee appointed: After the   Election of several new Members, the Society adjourned to...

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LIFE, DEATH, AND ETERNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 January 1824

1j LIFE, mm&> A^B ETEEKÏTT ¡Pi [ A sha-dow^pyipghy one's^side^ t ^ I That^wo^ a ^ance m^ t |That is, yet is not--though descried r Like skies, henealh^ the, ßtream ; ;A tree that's ever tfLÖie bloom, ! Whose fruit is^J'prfife; ¿ ¡,r^ > A wish for jays"that n^éver.íConie-¿-«1 \ J \ S uch are the hopes of itfe ! . r*> f *.1 ?A/dark inevitable nightf ' > 4 / '.<' ' <? f Ákhlc^át^íílremaínV [t °!L JA wailing fpr^the, raorningrhgh,t, ¡J /"/f ^ ; When) walting is tin, vam ;\XK M r> ¡, ia 'A gulf * where pathway jiever» led, ¿<^ iU » f ?! To shew theolepfh>bfenea;tht;l ,^iJi ,jO 5A thing we know not, yet we dread-^ j That diékdé'áítfiihg is DeaVkí. J " ' »The vaulted aroid of purple sky¿ ?, *f/, J , j 1 hat everywhere extends, , . (That,8tretches from ¿he dazjíisdífiyo^ ,J3 , In spacp that ney en ends/i m o lu" ]A morning whose uprisen sun j .j^ u JVo setting e'er shall see; ».')ij ' A'da'y thatrtíotó without a Mh^'/1

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 January 1824

COMMENCING on Sat urday the 31st Instant' the Days of dispatching the Post Messengers between Hobart Town and Launceston' and tother places' will be changed. The Messengers between Hobart Town and Launceston will leave Hobart Town at Day-light every Saturday: Launceston at the same time on Tuesdays' arriving as follows;-   From Hobart Town'             SATURDAY-at the Government Hut at Spring Hill:   SUNDAY-at the Government Hut ' at Campbell Town: WEDNESDAY-at the Government Hut at Spring Hill; THURSDAY--at Hobat Town.       The Messengers to the Clyde will be dispatched from Mr. Frank's' green Ponds. on the Arrival of the Hobart town Messenger on Saturday' and will return thither on Monday. The Messengers to New Norfolk' Maquarie Plains, and to the Coal River, Sorell Township and Pitt Water, will be dispatched on Saturday at the same Time a...

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PITCAIRN'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 January 1824

PITCAIRN'S ISLAND.   The following particulars respecting this   interesting colony are from the private   journal of the American whale-ship Rus- sell, Captain Arthur, of New Bedford:- March 8, 1822. - Lat.24.30.S. long, 129. 25. W. At day-light saw Pitcairn's Island, bearing S. by E., seven or eight leagues off; stood for it and when we were within about three or four miles of the shore were boarded by the most interesting crew of young men that we had ever seen ; at noon we lay a back near the land. From all I had otherwise read and learned respecting the inhabitants of Pitcairn's Island, in- duced me to have the following notice posted up in the fore-part of our ship, be- fore we had any communication with the islanders :-           " It is the impression of the Russell's owners that the most part of her company were from respectable families, and it is desirable that their co...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 January 1824

BRITISH EXTRACTS. The American Society for ameliorat   ing the condition of the Jews have adver- tised for 15 or 20,000 acres of land, for the purpose of forming a settlement of such Jews as will renounce their ancient faith, and adopt that of the New Testa- ment.     Of Animal Substances in^AgrickHtire. -1 he young?, farmer should be sen- ; sible of the importance of i animal sub- stances, which are-greatly1 preferable to all vegetable manures?'many kinds being procurable iri'grëat cities.r Cur- riers' shaving«} woollen - rags/ hogs' hair, feathers, offal '4of butchers' and üshmongers' stalls« and1 j kennels, trot- ters, horn shavings, &'c. &öi It should be received as a maxim,that' all ¡ animal substances m hatever, 'make ad- mirable manures, much \better than any thing in the vegetable or fossil kingdoms ; and tJiMi should not onjy direct^him in,the purchase pf his nianures,'put also to be Veiy attentive in preventing any suc...

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COIN OF THE REALM. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 January 1824

COIN OF THE REALM. The Pound, first:calíedsterj(ih^ ordered by William the Gôhquëror,ïh'ip73i to be considered as themeasu^e' pf value, ; and all suma to be multiples, or parts of the pound.--The money was then silver. / Gbld.wás first coined by Edward Iii. in 1345, and cpnsisted.of Florins, which were Í3s. 4q\, or twfo-thirds pf the pound.; / i¡::<ú ; In i 1395, gold $íóbles¿ wpr Jh.Gs. ;8d., : or, ohe'-thirdfofvthe. pound, were,' coined. /. ,. . 'Inl423v gbidlle^/^bfthlOs.; or!half the pöirhd, were struck,!i ' / / :/' ? , Ini 510, gold Sovereigns, worth 228/were: coined ; and in 155Ó, ' gold Spvereigns of .20s.fpr one pound; but in, 1553, :the same was ordered to pass.for 30s. '.<: > î ;s,j 1,; f In 1(382, (guineas. fii;stcoined,, value,;20 shillings ; and' in 1717/ when Sir/isaac. being , : ;In 1778, the- light? goldtcalled in, amounts ed tp £15,563,393, >yhich <wa$; reooined at the expense of £700,000. .At tuait period,; the Bank of England...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
The Farmer's Centenary contrasted. In 1722. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 January 1824

I Ij .¿'TKfMràèï^ r -^^-^fó^2^^!'"(ü^.t; ou. \>í«! 5 .^-/Ehe.MAft ¿o^Mmh^a^)\¡u.'¿ I, l>iTkéLQi&T¿toith&&omi íuíj -iiiOi/oT j The Boy to the Mow; . .»bia Ji^ÄnWöör Weh-Wim Ôë'nfrm^ j'. -'Best Maa- ralty-Rb! ^ ¿-^ Í' ií-2 jThes\^!i^|;-CT^^.á¡^^á».ÍETi.o n0 ..a<i ¿TlWßci.Y;^ And you'll all be Gazetted?'*"*' î c KiEUesí<^RÍBwHARDlll.%¿Theo^ f bedstead which Richard took with him, !w1i;én* héíwént -to the- fámbus''batgl^' of Bosworth, is now in possession 'of/Mr. .Bacton? WmÎtàëy ^ëmpï^^is I v^rypon^erous^ and.withput being ¡ sjigjj |pected, it was filled with pieces of gold. ilOne hundred' anddwenty qyearS aftèr -, wardst servant; at ithe inn sweeping*'urta ídér^it,' struen th:e; bottom/1-and some Igold coin fell out. .She mentiottëd'^he cirfcumstance, to,her mistress^ahdspme [thousand pieces were found m¡the bpt l tom*,;;hpadi ,. and holloyr pillars. ; rThéí I mistress, iii consequence, became lieh ; '-and two ófiher srèfvahts-mufdér...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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