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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 31st January, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

Góvernm.erit,& QßP&ti Q*cier$, iíiTs G0yf*.*NA!»NT¡ H0Ü8«#. HOBART T^WN, "¡ aaWrdáy,' 31ft January, 18M f J WHEREAS MICHAEL- HpW,E" t Crown Priioner no* ,at Urge, (lands charged io addition io his former Offence* <yifh the Murder of WILLIAM DREW t(commonly .called filcmboza), pn Friday the loth of October. In addition to the Reward ot* O.ne Hundicd Guineas already,offered fortrie apprehenfion of the Md Michael Hofce, His UoNOA;ihc LIKUT*N\WTJ. ßovsRNpft^ is pleafed to decUroihat he will recommend ,to ^iis ExcitLLft^çY fora Free Pardon »ad his PaíT*ge lo Englaqfj^'any Cfçwn Prifptjer whotlhal! bj the moana pi.apprehending the iaic| Michael Ho^ve. , By Command oft His Honor the lieutenant Governor,'-' , .'. ,,, ..ii; ; v. :. ' n S.fHooD* Secrecy.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

¿ffr&V rl i"J^é^^ ftnv»»w.>.-h.« thought propalo dire«, thai .11 .PuBI-e CcmtmSoic.Hoi.»-«fh.ch W'ippu^ltfU« 'n«ÄT WAS ^ÄK^^ ««** wilh "V OfEculSi«ñ»tur.,>,ew tewiSdmd« Offic.ll ^ «¿Äicitiott ma* td tt^^^^.' ' , _(K ,, 'far*** ,ir -COMM4NÖ OF HIS HONQ». ? ' '»' ''-' S&MU8L HOOD, S*rttatyt

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

              Hobart Town, Tuesday, 21st April, 1818.   THOSE Persons who hold PROMISSORY NOTES or STORE RECEIPTS, given out by me in Payment for Provisions, &c.   purchased on account of the Public Service during the current Month, and are desirous of having them consolidated by Bills   on the Deputy Commissary General, are hereby required to present the same at this Office on or before the 25th Instant. T. ARCHER, Acting Deputy Assistant Commissary General.          

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

Public Notice.'                                                                               POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN.                   Thursday, 9th April,1818.           WHERE AS the Eight Convicts hereinafter described did on the Night of Wednesday the 8th of thisMonth, feloniously carry away Two Gov...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—A. F. KEMP, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

HOBART TOWN SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE - A. F. KEMP, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - The brig Jupiter will not sail to Port Jackson as was reported in a former Paper - her destination having been altered for Gordon River.     The Duke of Wellington it still at anchor down the river, but is expected up on Tuesday or Wednesday next to complete her lading of stock for the lsle of France. On Tuesday last returned to port, the brig Sophia, Capt. Kelly, after an unsuccessful search for the crown servants advertised in the front of this Paper. She will sail shortly for Sydney; also The American brig Clarion, in prosecution of her voyage.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

The weather in this settlement we believe was never more favor- able to agriculture than it has been this season, having been warm, with occasional rains. Our reports from different districts stating that ploughing and sowing proceed briskly; and that in several                     places wheat, got in this month, has made its appearance. It is gratifying to hear that the settlers are so very forward this year in the pursuits of husbandry. Notwithstanding the hostility which has so long prevailed in the breasts of the Natives of this Island towards Europeans, we now per-     ceive with heartfelt satisfaction that hatred in some measure gradual- ly subsiding. Several of them are to be seen about this town and its environs, who obtain subsistence from the charitable and well-dispos- ed. The more we contemplate the peculiar situatio...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 April 1818

1*VM ^OLDby.AlüiCTÍQN, by Air. J.tEwia, at hi* Wareboufe -*? fflMlWPooUkrtebjinyi&neifayj&xt^iptfyih Infant, and Saturday next, the 2d of May, at Eleven o'clock precifely on each Payf\* jQufPtuty of TinPjint and Quart Pot» and Tumblers, Chip Hats» Gig and Cart Hirnefs, Piftols, Bayonets, Swords, Fire-grates, and'lfdris, Tea Pots; Hand Saws,. Writing Deflcs, Buck-iktn Breoches/Bed-Fürniture, Bedford Cord, Prefer ved Fruit, Poultry Coops, Witney Blankets, Eight Cadet of Porter, Leacher Hats, Corks. Window Glafs of Sixes, Shot-Belts, Powdcr-Horns, Gentle men's Boots/Fin Plates, Knife-ftones, Paint Brufhes, FrenchOiives, and'Ladtóá* Stays. The above Goods will be Sold without Re ferveV for which Prompt Payment wil) be required in Sterling Money or Wheat« ' The Lots 10 be taken away in Seven Days j otherwife they will be Re-fold at the tifk of the ñrft r'ttrchaier. THE following Perlons leaving the Colony in the Brig SOPHIA, requeft all Claims may be prefented to each Per...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

Public Notice. POLICE OFFICE, yh APdIlt%%i%\ Kjn HERE AS the Sevrn Convicls herejoahei delcubcd old on the1 T* Night of Wednesday the 8th oif this Month, telontouiïyp carry away Two Government Bo*ta from their moorings in ,SuUi^ van's C«;ve, m the River Derwent, and are now luppofed'to be lurking about feme of the Bays adjacent to the I (land.' AH Con-; (tablea and others are hefeby commanded to ufe every Exertion io their power to apprehend «he fa id Felons, and lodge them in Hi* Majfty'a Gaol it Hobart Town; and all Per ion a ¿te caucionad not to fu.bour, maintain, conceal, or in any way aid or comfort ihe fa id Felons, on pain of the Penalties thit! will thereon enioe. Joh« Brigg», 5 feet 7 inches high, fallow complexion, light brown hair, grey eyes, 46 years of age, by cradea Seaman, ientenced for life,] native place Bermuda, is crippled in bot h .hand*, was tried here for dealing and burning four cart wheels belonging to Mr. Peters. George Edwards, 5 feet 7 inches high, dark co...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 31st March, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

GOVERNMENT rAND GENERAL ORDER?. r% r < SCCICBTARY'S OFFICB¿ SYDNEY, t\Sn. ii. k ¡ 1- ^¿ft 'Maren, t8l8. < CIVIL DBPABTMRNT. re HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR,- with a View to , ftrain the ImmoderateUfeof SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS, and [to add to the Refources 6f Governmeritbyan íncréafeof the Duty fpaid on Spirits, is plea fed io order and di rea, that from hence fortha'Duty of'tEÍMfi HILLINGS per Gallon be laid and levied onfall RUM, BRANDY^, GIN, WHISKY, A«äACK,or other SPIRITS, which may be imported into or brought to Entry at Syd- ney, or any other oYihe Ports or Places within the Territory of tfew South Wales orjts Dependencies, from the Dey of<the*Date hereof, and that the fame" be'Le vied as heretofore by the Naval Officers or Pet Tons duly appointed to collect 'the fame, without iny diitin&ion î)e)ngmad^ either in Regard to the Strength of the Spirits imported or the Place from whence 'the Gme may Arrivr, provided its im- portation be ih all Re...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, May 2d, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS, GOVERNMENT Housa, HOBART Town,! v Saturday, May ad, 1818. I rT,HE Warrantof His ROYAL HIGHW*SS ¿Re Pa ive« RECÍNT,1 * bearing Date the a 2th Julv, i8i6, and publiíhed in the Hobart Town Gazette of February 28th, together with Two.Governmentt and General Orders by His EXCELLENCY the GOVÍRNOH in? CHUF, all relating to the Regal?tbns for the future HTue off Rations from His Majedy's Magazine, being intended co apply lo) and to include all Defcriptions of Pcríon*t¿VÍceuailed -therefrom ; U\ is* hereby direfted, in conformity with His EXCELLENCY theGO- VE* woa io Cuitr'i lnftru&iona on ihe fübjcö now received, that.. the following Hatton, commencing on Saturday the 9th Inftanr, wjli be henceforward ifluedtô all Per fon s (Military excepted, the Ration for which is already regulated), who are vi£lüailed from His Ma jefty's Magazine. , I $eveo Pounds of Bread, or in Lieut,Eight Pounds of Wheat ; Seven Diuo of Meat, Frefh or. .Salt.. . , , ,*~~ Women a...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Saturday, 28th March, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

GOVERNMENT &ÑD GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYDNEY, Saturday, 08th March, 1818. /CERTAIN Objections having been fomeTime fince.urgcd ^ bv Mr. EDWARD LOUD, a Merchant of Hobart Town in Van Diemen's Land, againhVthe Manner in which the Com ImiiTariit Department at that Settlement was condu£te<J, and he' shaving preferred ChargesagainftAâing Afliftant Cornmiflary General BROUGMTO.N, the Officer at the Head of the Depart- ment(ithere. His ËxcELUjaNCY.deemed it equally due to the» public ¡advice, and the Character of the Officer accufed, to Caufean lav.citigation by a Court of Enquiry to take place at Hobart Town;; andhavirig afterwards, as well from the Cir-i cumílances which ar.ofe, out of (that Court's Enquiry as at the 'prcfling Inftanceof Mr. Broughton himfelf, figrnfied^and di- " reeled that the Partiesrefpeilively íhould have the Opportunity i UtToidcd them of appeajjngto a General Court Martial, which' pUi* EXCKLLENCY. was about to convene (qt that Purpofc ; ...

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Government & General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

Gpvçrnmçnl&: General Orders G©V«RÍMANT Hóu$a. HOBART TOWN, ".>; Saturday, '¿S M.ty, lÖtb*. Civi! Department, HIS HOKO* the LiatrraNANT GOVERNOR direfts that the Heads of the under mentioned Public Departments will make iup and furniftihim with the following Quarterly Reports and Male. »menu, from the aft of Jmaaiy'to1 the 31ft or March inclufive; viz. From the Colonial Chaplain. ¡A Return of the BaptlfmvNuptiab, and Interments, during the above Period. From the Department or "the Infpeftor or Public Works. A Return of all Public Building* creeled, or in progrefs to be erect- ed ; togeihtr with a Return of all Stores received, whether by if. fuc or by purchafe, with the expenditure thereof during the above Period, , 9 Fronuthe Department of .the Naval Officer« fl*.-A Return ot the Arrival and Departure of VelTcls during the j ¿hove Pciiod. < ' [11.-A General Statement of «he Duties and Culorna collected at the Pom of the Derwent and Port Dalrymple, fpecifying th...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

'ftikrriS^SIÏÏ^iiriuTtiiANT GOVBRKOR h« thought proper \o direct, that ali Public Communications which miy appcir in $hp) j\ HOBART TOWN Q4£ElJE,j?nd" SOUTHERN REPORTER% figned with any Official Signature, aro io bo confidered aa Official Commun&àtiona vn*a&\¡> íhofe Perlon» to whom ihcy may reUtc. , , . * BY COMMAND or Hi9 HONOR»_ SAMU»L HOOD, Secretary.

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWHP' «Saturday, 2d M<y, 1818; <i Civil Department» COMMENCING on Monday, May 4th, lhere will be a regular' M eilen ger on every alternate Monday between Hubait Town and La uti ce (ion. ! One MelTengcr will be appointed from each Place, who will let'-l out at D17.break, and will reach 1he Military Poft at Wright**!* York Hains, on 1 uelday Evening or early on Wednefday ; There] the MciTcnger» will exchange their Difpatches & Letters inprefencaj ot the Non-comn illioned Ufiiccr commanding the Poll ; they wilij red one Night, and will lot-out on their return the following Morn- ing at Day.light. By His Honçr's Command,.-.,, ) S. HOOD, Secretary.

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Government Public Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

Government Public Notice. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. JOSEPH MARTIN is dismissed as a Constable of Hobart Town, for Neglect of Duty in suffering Richard Holmes,     a Prisoner in his Charge, to effect his Escape. DANIEL MACKIE is dismissed as a Constable of Port Dal-     rymple, for the same Misconduct, he being in joint       Charge of the Prisoner Holmes. BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR, S. HOOD, Secretary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE.   DEPUTY ASSISTANT COMMISSARY GENERAL's OFFICE, Hobart Town, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. A GENERAL ISSUE of Bedding will take place on Tuesday    Next, the 5th Instant, from His Majesty's Magazine at this                Station to the Constables, Overseers, and Prisoners in the           immediate Service of Government ; and also to those Pris- oners assigned as Servants, who receive Rations from the King's Stores.   The Issue will consist of the following Articles ; viz.—One Coverlet ; One Blanket ; and One Sheet. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor,   THOMAS ARCHER,   Acting Deputy Assistant Commissary General.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

SEE SECOND SUPPLEMENT.   HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY ANDREW BENT.        

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

As (oon as the fatal event had been conveyed to His Majel jty's Minifters, they haftened to town, where they arrived at Jhalf-paft ñvQ. Lord Sidmouth immediately diipatched the fol- lowing letter to the Lord Mayor ; " WllITFHALt, NOV. 5, SIX A. M. "My LORD-It is with thedcepeft forrow that I inform [your Lordihip, that Her Royal Highnefs the Princcfs CHAR- LOTTE expired this morning at half-pafttwo o'clock. I have the honor to be, &c. (figned). «. SIDMOUTH. « The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor." The great bell of St. Paul's was ordered to be tolled, an or ler which it is the office of the Lord Mayor to give. Difpatches were immediately fent off to the QUEEN and ¡PRiNCRSSEsatBath, who will moft probably return forthwith |to town, and to every other member of the Royal Family. The [Duke of YORK, and, we believe, Earl BATHURST, are gone jto Claremont, to Prince LEOPOLD J anda Council, we hear, ¡will be held in the courfe of this day, to give the necelTary or. (ders for the funeral o...

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HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE—THOMAS ARCHER, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

HOBART TOWN, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1818. SITTING MAGISTRATE--THOMAS ARCHER, ESQ. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor and suite arrived in town on Thursday from Port Dalrymple. The launch which was carried away from hence on the 8th of April was fpoken by a boat returning from the Islands be- longing to the Rosetta (now at Port Dalrymple) on the 13th ult. a few miles from the entrance of the Tamar. A Govern- ment boat with part of the Lieutenant Governor's escort, and John Beamont, Esq. Naval Officer, and James Gordon, Esq. went in pursuit, but the lapse of some hours enabled the pirates to get out of sight. Two of them, however, John Smith and James Flynn, surrendered in a starving state to ---- Barrett the gardener, and a man named Kelshall, on Sunday last at York Plains ; and as from that circumstance it seemed beyond doubt that they had gone into the Westem River : sanguine hopes are entertained of their capture. A boat belonging to the Ros- etta, under the master, Mr. Rook, who is thor...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1818 GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, Thursday, 2d April, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818

SYDNEY GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1818 GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY. Thursday, 2d April, 1818. IT is with Sensations of the deepest Distress that His EXCEL- LENCY the GOVERNOR has received by the Ship Guildford,   which arrived yesterday, the melancholy Intelligence of the Death of HER ROYAL HIGHNESS the Princess CHARLOTTE of WALES,         as announced in a LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY,   dated " WHITEHALL, November 6, 1817," in the following Terms :—   " Her Royal Highness the PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA, Daughter of His Royal Highness the PRINCE REGENT, and Con- sort of His Serene Highness the Prince LEOPOLD of SAXE CO- BOURG, was delivered of a still-born male Child at Nine o'Clock last   Night, and about Half-past Twelve Her Royal Highness was seized with great difficulty of Breathing, Restlessness, & Exhaustion, which alarming...

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