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SUPPLEMENTE. HOBART TOWN COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

SUPPLEMENTE ' i -__,_ . . . ? HOBART TOWN COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. WE innert the remaining- portion of Lord Nor- manby'» Dispatch to Sir G. Gipps, and of the letter of the Under Secretary of State for the Home Department, written by direction of Lord John Russell, referring to the change to be effected in the present system of transportation in these colonies. After an enumeration of the different arrangements proposed in the distribu- tion of prisoners, which will be found in last week's Courier, Mr. Fox Maule proceeds : . While these changes are tuking place at home accompanying alterations must take place abroad, and Lord John Russell directs me to transmit to you the following -uggestions for Lord Glenelg's con- sideration : 1st-That instructions should be sent out to prepare the Governors of New South Wales and Van Die men's Land for the immediate diminution and ap. proiichiug discontinuance of the practice of assign, ment. 2nd.-That instructions should be likewise s...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA, I The accounts from St. Petersburg sound warlike. A foreign diplunialist, who wis presented to the Em- peror, was accosted by His Majesty in words to the following purport.-" Russia will never give up lier. well-acquired rights upou 1er ascendancy in the Turkikh empire ; and if the iither powers proceed to dispute them, then let Europe tremble I" After these, or nearly -iuiilar words the Cou left the room, much excited. The Emperor is at the amp sf Borodino. The other day he reviewed the second infantry corps, whith, without' including ii» reserves, bad drawn Up [ in order of battle foriy-ciglt battalions, (Itu-ty-two MfsstdtaudisatosssssBssssssssMnssssaissiitssssstsmssSSSmsMml squadrons, a combined company drawn from the combined regiment of the Cossacks of the frontier line, from the Mussulman Transcaucasian cavalry regiment, and from that of the Caucasian Mountain, cers, ten batteries of foot artillery, and two batteries* of horse artillery. All thes...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

PORT PHILLIP. Port Phillip papers to the 3rd of this month have been received. Wc subjoin the following extracts :-. A considerable number of appointments to official situ- ations under the government of New Zealand either had taken place or were about to take place. Mr. Hustler, the barrister, is talked of as the Judge; Mr. C. Brewster, brother of the barrister of the some name lately a residient in Melbourne, is spoken of as Queen's Advocate; Mr. Cooper, of the Customs, goes as Collector of Customs and Colonial Treasurer ; Mr. Merewether, Mr. Henslow, and Mr.Freeman, are talked of for the Colonial Secretary-   ship ; a Mr Edmonstone, it is said, will be appointed First Police Magistrate ; Air. Perry, eldest son of the Deputy Surveyor. General, is to be the Collector of Internal Re- venue ; Mr. Hayes, of the Sydney Police Office, is ap- pointed Clerk to the Bench and Postmaster; and last of all, our old friend Colonel Wilson goes, some say as Pro- tector of Aborigines,...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

HOBART TOWN POLICE REPORT. Thursday, 6th February.     The day commenced with the usual supply of drunkards ; but it is necessary to pause for a moment to notice a remark which has appeared in a contem- porary paper, deprecating the publicity given to the names of those who are charged at the Police-office with inebriety. It would appear, according to the logic of our contemporary, that so delicate are the sensibilities of those whose crown contributions occasionally swell the exchequer, that it is not the fine which they care for, nor yet the pleasure of spending a night in the watch-house for the purpose of restoring their faculties, nor the still further plea- sure of appearing at the Police-office in the morning, half so much as seeing their names in print, which so far from deterring from, tends rather, according to the same authority, to encourage the vice of drunk- enness. It is, therefore, that which excites the most fear in the mind of a man which ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

.. NEW ZEALAND. Deputation to Captain /Jobson.-Mr. J. S. Clarke said, that the deputation waited upon Captain'Hob son on Munday, pursuant to his appointment, and were very favourably received. The questions which were asked were few, and the answers explicit. Captain Hobson was asked whether it is the intention of the British Government to establish a colony in New Zealand ? to which he replied, that it is the intention of the British Government to colonise the whole of New Zealand, both the north and south islands. Captain H. was then asked whether it is the intention of the British Government to dispossess those who hold laud under titles derived by purchases from the native chiefs ? to which he replied, that the Government has no such intention, and he wished particularly to disabuse the public mind on this point, for it is not the intention of the Government to interfere if the purchases have been fair and without fraud upon the natives, but where there are conflicting claims, t...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

MISCELLANEOUS. The Wrellon Oak.-This majestic oak, whoso age is supposed to number upwards of 300 >ears, was cut down on the 17th of August. The length of the trunk »as 20 feet, and the girth 12 feet. It stood upon the estate of Mr. Jacob Marshall, who has sold it to Mr. George Grayson, of Pickering. The cutting down of this venerable tree was celebrated as a fes thal by the inhabitants of Wrelton, and its sur- rounding neighbourhood. A numerous party dined upon the tree, under the presidency of Dr. Cole, and among the substantials served were a rump of beef of two stone weight, given by Mr. Marshall, and a pie weighing three stone, given by Mr. Grayson. After the cloth was drawn, the health of the Queen, and many other loyal and social toasts weie drunk, and heartily responded to by the company. The scene was further enlivened by a band of music which was in attendance; and the day being finn, dancing, and races among the villagers, with other rustic sports, occupied the time un...

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SOUTH SEA DISCOVERY. Rio-Janeiro, March 9, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

J^ SOUTH SEA DISCOVERY. I Bio-Janeiro. March 9.1839. I I Nothing has been heard here from the national ex- ploring expedition, since their departure from this port. The brig Medina, Captain Elijah Hallet, arrived here on the 17th instant, direct from South Georgia, in a passage of seventeen days, being one of the three vessels fitted out by Mr. Burrows of your city, to survey the southern frozen ocean, and the result confers great honour on the American flag. Mr. Burrows sailed from this port in the Medina during the month of June last, and at the Falkland Islands was joined by two other of his vessels, the brig Oceola, Captain R. S. Hallet, and schooner Miry Jane, Captain Parsons. With this little fleet, three in number, he made sail from those islands or the frozen sens, and five days after fell in with a field of icebergs, twenty-five miles in length, and three hun- dred feet high, the whole presenting the same uniform and level appearance as a sheet of new made ice. They found l...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Courier And Van Diemen’S Land Gazette, The
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

Shipping: Intelligence. PORT OF LAUNCESTON. Anr.iVALs. February 8-the schooner Essington, 123 tons, Archer, from Port Fnirv, .1. Griffiths, with oil and wool. 8-the bark Bolina, 247 tons, Burrell, from Port Phil- lip-1 passenger. 10-the bark Madras, 331 Jons, Hcnnikor, from Lon- don, via Port Phillip -twenty passengers. nCPAP.TllltES. February 7-the bark Mona, 188 tons, Milligan, for Portland boy-twelve passengers 11-the schooner Eagle, 10S tons, Fawthrop, for Port- land Bay, Henty & Co., agents, with sheep, &c, and fourteen pnssengers. II-the schooner Tamar, 117 tons. Bell, for Port Phillip, J. Raven, agent, with sheep, &c., and six pas sungers.

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

GAZETTE. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 29, Colonial T S'ecictary's O dice, February 4. The Lieutenant-Governor has been honoured by the receipt of a Despatch from the Right Honourable the Secretary of Stale, notifying His Lordship's approval of the appointment of John Price, Esq , to the office of Assistant Police Magistrate of Hobart Town. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 29, Colonial Secretary's Office, February 4. The Lieutenant-Governor directs it to be notified, that the liight Honourable the Secretary of Slate has bren pleased to approve of the appointment of G. S. Davies, Esq., as Assistant. Police Magistrate at George Town. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 30, Colonial Secretary's Office, February 4. The Lieutenant-Governor directs it to be notified that the Right Honourable the Secretary of State has been pleased to approve of the appointment of Charles Rethel Lyons, Esq., as Registrar of Marriages, Births, and Deaths. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

A CAED. ^^I^E Members of the Cricket Club having made ar- rangements to play a mutch at Glenarchy, on Mon- day, the I7f/i instant) MR. and Mus. T, Y. LOWES take the opportunity of giving to their friends a general invita- tion to a Déjeuné on the occasion. The Wickets will be pitched at IO o'clock, Gymnastic Exercises at 12, mid the DrieunS at half past 1. To prevent mistakes, no special invitations will be issued; and should the weather prove unfavourable, the fete will be postponed till the following day. Equestrians will find an enclosed English grass paddock for their horses : Aquatic parties can land at the left point on entering the bay. Dairy Lands, Glenarchy, February IO. For London. ( To Sail on the 25th instant.) fTpHE Auriga, It. C. Ross, corrimal! . JL der. For passage, apply to CHAULES M'LACHLAN. February 12. S"o? Port Nicholson, Stew Zealand. ( Will positively sail on the 2ith instant.) f_nHE bark Integrity, J. Pearson, com M. mander, having nearly all her cargo engage...

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COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. Hobart[?]town, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. Hobart-town, February 5. Notice is hereby given, that the following claims for grants will be ready for examination by the Commis- sioners appointed for that purpose, upon or immediately after the 5th day of April next, on or before which day any caveat or counter-claim must be entered: Nathaniel Turner, (in trust for the Wesleyan Society,) 1r. 32p. Campbell-town, located to the Rev. J. Orton, T. V. Manton, and William Simpson, who consent to the grant being issued to applicant; claim dated 11th January, 1840. James Hamilton, 1r. 30p. Perth-town, originally John Moore, who sold to George P. Ball, who sold to applicant; claim dated 20th December, 1839.     David Lord, 50a. Sorell, originally Benjamin Briscoe, who sold to David Lord - the land was subsequently conveyed to him by Mark Bunker, and Sarah his wife, formerly Sarah Briscoe; claim dated 9th January, 1840. George Johnson, I9p. Hobait-town, originally Richard Hazard, who «signed...

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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

gift g Cfltttrtm FRIDAY EVENING, FKBRUAIIY 14, 1840. Tu EHE has been some bantering both north and south on the subject of the forthcoming1 meeting of the Legislative Council. The Laun- ceston Advertiser says, it is rumoured that Sir John Franklin is averse to meet the Council on personal grounds, at which our contemporary, who carries the panniers, flies into a passion, and denounces the rumour and its authors. There is really no reason in the charge; for so far from entertaining any personal feeling towards the unofficial members of the Legislative Council, His Excellency expressed himself obliged to Mr. Ashbnrner for the withdrawal cf a motion, which, with due deference bo it spoken, would have relieved His Excellency from all future uneasiness about the matter. His Excellency had no right to complain, nor did he, of the manner in which the opposition was conducted. It was fair, open, and manly. His name, and above all the sacred Minute, were so ofttimes pressed into the debate, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

For Iiondon. PHE first class bnrk Fortitude, John Lovitt, Commander, will sail for the above port on the 4th February. _For freight of wool or passage, apply to Captain Lovitt, on board, to Kerr, Alexander, & Co., or to New Wharf, Jan 8. ABKIN MORRISON. l'or Portland Say. MIE fine new cutter Mary, 45 tors _ register, will sail for Portland Bav in 10 days. For freight or passage, apply to FREDERICK A. DOWNINQ. New Wharf, February 6. ^* As this vessel returns to Hobart Town, she will present a good opportunity to parties wishing to see the new settlement. For Port Phillip. THE bark Gratitude, 280 tons, Wil- Liam Robertson, commander, will   sail for the above port in about fourteen days, and offers a good opportunity for     parties shipping horses or cattle. For freight or passage, having superior accommodations both in the cabin and steerage, apply to Captain Robert- son, on board, or to . " WILLIS, GARRETT, & Co. New Wharf, Feb...

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THE GAZETTE. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

THE GAZETTE.       FRIDAY MORNING; FEBRUARY 14; 1840. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 41. Colonial Secretary's Office, February 12..     The Lieutenant-Governor, has been pleased to   appoint Mr. David Nell to be Deputy Clerk of the Peace and Registrar of the Court of Requests for the District of Campbell Town.   By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 42, Colonial   Secretary's Office, February 12.   His Excellency, the Lieutenant-Governor, has been pleased to direct that the following Proclamations relative to the Settlement of New Zealand be re-pub-   lished from the New South Wales Gazette, for general information. By His Excellency's command, M. FORSTER. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency SIR GEORGE GIPPS, Knight, Captain-General and Govcrnor-in. Chief in and   ottr Her Majesty's Territory of New South Wahi and it* Dependenci...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

LOCAL. The Buffalo store ship, 699 tons, arrived on Wednesday last, with 140 prisoners, convicted of being concerned in the recent disturbances in the Canadas. Of these, 83 were designed for Van Diemen's Land, but one died on the passage out ; the remainder are to be forwarded to Sydney. Sir George Arthur has transmitted the character of each for the information of the colonial authorities, who have also received orders to keep these prisoners distinct in every respect from others. In pursuance of these instructions, they will not be landed and conveyed as usual to the Prisoners' Barracks, but will be put on shore at New-town-bay, and sent thence direct to their destination, the public works at Sandy-bay. Tlie despatches received per Buffalo, from Sir G. Arthur, are "highly satisfactory." His Excellency is in great repute at the Colonial Office, but the announcement of Poulett Thom- son's nppointment as Governor-General had not reached him. Captain Montagu-By the Buffalo we un- ders...

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SYDNEY—SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 14 February 1840

SYDNEY-SHIP NEWS. We understand H. M. Ship Favorite, commanded by Walter Croker, Esq., sails in a few days for the purpose of visiting the various Islands in the South Pacific Ocean, with a view to afford protection, and to reduce grievances should any exist, a'Jecting British interests. It is the intention of Captain Croker to proceed to the Island of Eremangoe, and, if possible, obtain from the natives the remains of the much lamented Rev. John Williams. For this purpose Mr. Cunningham and one of the native teachers who were in the boat at the time of the un- fortunate occurrence, will proceed in the Favorite. From thence it is possible the Favorite may proceed to the Island of Tupia to ascertain if the twelve un- fortunate men belonging to the whaling barque Achilles, who «rare taken by the natives of that island while trading with them some time since, or any por- tion of them, are surviving, and if possible to release them. After visiting the various islands, the Favorite will ...

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The Courier. THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20,1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 February 1840

.&&*'Courier, THURSDAY EVENING, Fbbhuary 20,1840. As we predicted last week, the October « ships" have brought the reinstatement of the Colonial 'Treasurer and Chief Police Magistrate in the Executive Council. The Chief Justice will therefore retire, the error in the former com- mission being accounted for by one of those mis- takes in Downing-street for which th¡9 colony 'has been latterly made to suffer. The old com- mission had been copied on the accession of Queen Victoria, and there being a multiplicity of -similar documents to prepare, there was not much time to be exact with Van Diemen's Land. Mr. Gregory has been sworn in, but the Lieu tenant-Governor has already intimated to him that it is not his intention to summon him to the Council. Why then the mockery of an oath ? Cui bono, as the Colonial Treasurer himself would say ? We have already prepared our readers for the division in the camp, it being now openly acknowledged that the Lieutenant Governor has ma...

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Shipping Intelligence. HOBART TOWN ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 February 1840

snipping IntalUgrae». BOBA** town aauvAU. 13-the schooner Gem, 73 tons, Sutton, from Port Phillip, with sheep, Bte-passengers, Mr. Haines, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Ancock, and - Paine. 14-the French ship Salamander, 373 tons, Thoms»; from Havre de Grace, 25th July, with oil. 14-the American ship Neptune, 281 tons, Green, from New London, 29th May, with oil and bone. 15-the bark Ann, 271. tons, M'Alpine, from London, 28th October, willi a general cargo-passenger«, John Bilton, Esq., Mrs. Bilton, family, and servant,.and Mr. Horton. departures. February 15-the French ship Courier des Indes, 377 tons, Hobcy, whaling. 15-the bark Fortitude, 285 tons, Lovitt, for London, with colonial produce. 19-the French ship Victoire, Cornelier, 300 tons, whaling, 19-H M.S. Buffalo, 6 guns, Wood, for Sydney. Port of Launceston, arrivais. February 13-the schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Sprunt, from South Australia, with sundries. DEPARTURES. Fehruary 8-the bark Wallaby, 800 tons, Bailey, for Port Phillip, with ...

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The Courier. FRIDAY EVENING, February 21, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 February 1840

irte Courier* FRIDAY EVENING, February 21,1840. Mr. Elliott has nailed by the Calcutta for England. During his residence in this colony be succeeded in acquiring the esteem and respect of its inhabitants, not more by his general de- meanour than the ability and tact which he dit played uqder circumstances of trying political difficulty. We understand that Mr. John Jack- son, who has lately held the office of Treasurer at Adelaide, is to be appointed Private Secretary in his stead. From his known character in this' colony, and the talents* which he has so long and so creditably exercised in the field of literature, we have every reason to congratulate the public on his accession to office. His appointment will add some strength to the Government, although it is at tile same time a virtual recognition of its weakness. He is, no doubt expected to drive '7Yseivand see that "the panniers" are well loaded. Well content as we should have been to have such an honourable opponent, we fear hi...

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Meteorological Observations, From Feb. 13 to Feb. 19, at Hobarton, 2o'Clock each Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier and Van Diemen’s Land Gazette — 21 February 1840

Meteorological Obaerrattona, From Feb. \3toFtb. \9,at Hobarton,2o'ClockeachDay. I Weather. Th. Shower Fine Cloudy Fine Hot Wind Rainy Very Wet Depth of Rain, 1.5 inche*. Sunrises, 5h. 20m. Sun sets, titi. 40m. Daylight begin*, 3h. 65m. Daylight ends, 8h. 6m. Length of day, 13h. 20m. Day decreases, 2h. Om. Clock before sun, Oh. 13m. Moon'tL. Q.,26thday,9pm. All Ordert, Advertisements, or Communications, intended for this Paper, should be forwarded, addressed-to the Proprietor of the Courier, early in the wuk. Short Notices and Advertistmentt can le received until sit o'clock on Thursday Evening, afttr whick tims, an- nouncements, if sent, cannot appear until the entuing week. Agents. Mr. H. Dowling, Bookseller, Launceston. Mr. Tego, Bookseller, George Street, Sydney. Mr. J. Burnham Hall, IO, Tower Street, London. Printed and Published by the Proprietor, William Go»« Elliston, at the usurier Offie*,in Collins Street, im the parish of St. David's, i* Hobart Town, at kit Print- ing Offi...

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