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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 March 1824

ANT Situations, a Married Couple, the Man understand» Farming Business & breeding of Sheep,, and the Woman is every way capable of conducting a Dairy; unexceptionable. references will be given as to characters and abilities.-Apply at the Gazette. Office._s__j_h JAMES Brown, Tailor, frpin, Edinburgh per the ship'Triton; "riegs leave to inform the Inhabitants of Ho- bart Town, that he has established him- self iu Bathurst-street, in5 the Aabove line ; and,' he trusts,*froin fhe^cpmpjete knowledge he has of the^usiriess, aid; from the punctuality in whi<|cj^e intends' to execute orders intrusted To .him, he will merit a'share of public patronage. TO SHQEMAKE^S.-Íhjomas Scott, Saddler, Liverpop^-street, begs to acquaint the trade and settlers who have shoemakers, that ,he has on haud, hide leather dressed for uppers, either cut or in the hide-.dress kangaroo skins,' sole leather in hides or squares, basils, &c. . \ \r N. B.-Wanted to purchase, a few hundied ka...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 5. Sit. Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 March 1824

?»??«???????»??»»???????????i»»» Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, March ö, n, SitiMßffistreite-ulev. R. Knopwood, M.A. The new schooner Governor Sorell, lately built of Huon-pine by Govern- ment at Macquarie Harbour, was sold by auction on Tuesday last. She was purchased by Captain" Watson, vof the Aguilar, for the sum of £380, payable Jjn" wheat at store price, deliverable at His Majesty's Stores in June next ; her boat was also sold for" £10. Captain \ Watson fitted her out on the following v Hay for a sealing vpyage to the Straits, for which she sailed yesterday morning,^ under the'command of Mr. Skelton, the chief officer of the Aguilar. , We understand that the Notes of the, Bank of Van Diemeu's Land will be* put in circulation oa Monday, \the loth' 'instant. " ~ > » A signal for a ship from the north-{ " ward < was/ made yesterday, at Mount i 'Nelson ; but, owjng to a stfong north jW^stéijly wind prevailing, she had nott 'tëéen able io come up to port when pur paper ...

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 — 5 March 1824

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Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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MORE SURNAMES! OR THE USE OF CHRONOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 March 1824

MORE SURNAMES ! OR THE USE OF CHRONOLOGY. Put away chronology—" a fig for your dates," as a punster would say, and see what a pretty confusion the world would be in, about the heroes and sages of antiquity, by a reference to   " the door-plates of Misters & Dames" in the metropolis at the present time.   For instance HOMER is a coal-mer- chant at Paddington—CÆSAR a grocer and tea dealer, in Cripplegate—ALEX- ANDER makes trumpets near Leaden- hal—REGULAS a toyman in New-     port-street, Long-acre—NERO keeps an hotel at the west end of the town—and CATO the elder makes meat safes and wire cages on Holborn-hill.   The little boys who have just come home for the holidays with " MARS, BACCHUS, & APPOLLO" in their heads will perhaps be puzzled what to think of the last deity, when they find MARS a leather dresser in Snow-fields, and BACCHUS a manufacturer of decanters and glasses in Thames-street. &n...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 March 1824

Wo the Editor of.the HobàrtTown Gazette, i ß.-J.> i -i , i ii I "y ' ¡ líj^ ¡ > >7 y\ ( ¡Sir,-t have read with particular atten- tion the letter copied fioni the Sydney ÍGazette,"without signature, which occupied nWly the whole of the third page of your iBaper of the¥20th- instant, and I now offer !to you a few íeinaiks thereon. ( I am of opinion with the, writer, that the fufuré gieafhess and^ prosperity of these Colonies' must depend'greatly upon our fisheries* and shipping ; yet I dissent ftom many of his conclusions, which are given ¡with the confidence, as though they were axioms!, rather than the deductions of cool reasoning, and well weighed deliberations, upqn topics that do not admit of actual de- monstration. | Ip the piopriety of pajing to the ac oredittíd Agent df the Company foimed in Scfl»Iand*to trade with us, every public and private attention, I fully concur. ,>I must also, agree w\th him, and the old proverb, " Principia rerum omnium sunt parvas," "Whic...

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 — 5 March 1824

By Mr J T Collicott, At hfe>Mart,^tt Murráy^stféeti To-mbr^ WwV the ^th-Ihistah^^^'Clqclc^ 3jMb^r;a;j)istHïn Ipr Rent, tf^pifpr; .^vjb.u^íyi'settíecÍ» ':;{-/.'.-J: t-G-íU ;:' J>-/:' ;,i npiïRÉË?'" ÎÉtundreçlj: gOQd; » twoplled ¡ JL.üMW-M;Ä3 i prime WORKING, OXENy iir firre coriditióniaístrbng<5aítv ¡ anda Useful Bay^állpway'.'* Í! v'-,;; Jti '! 1 ; cj^-1 Prompt payment in ' Spanish "dpi-, lars'at'ôsl^à^ii.; ';':.."Çf^' ?'l-'\.i^Ç'^i T.j ^ame,-4ayíljrumediately::after the¡abo.yei, ^.^árietyof.AÍERCHANDIZE,;'to.-> jHj^y in- r îclose - Cohsignments: .! '? -;';-'/ \By-Wr'¿:Ji 'Ç.^UndcTuioôd^ ;''..', Afc his; ftóyaí ÈxeiiajngW Aticti¿h7^a¡r't^ ,4' án Mbiidáynëxt,^thé¡ 8tli Ihstantj a^ f:;i^io'cibck^ ;.' ':".'. 'z:C:'"'%; OD ~, "^ú^ast'íyariety. of ', SÁDDLERT,, J?3L¿hardware, blue cloths, handker- chiefs, and a generar, assortment of eàYthënwafë'î to ' close 'consignments.?^ Afsb,; maîtresses^ ^äistcp'aty, bréeché^' drawers^ aridjackëts,posi reserye.""",..'.' ..Y;.\ ....

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 5 March 1824

BRITISH. EXTRACTS. The accounts of the Revenue for the present Quarter (being the Michaelmas one) will not, we believe, be made up till the 10th of the month (Oct.); but we rejoice to be already enabled "to state, that so large is the general improvement of the Revenue, that in the Customs alone there is an average increase from the 5th of July to, the 27th of Septem- ber, of not less than £332,848.   A colossal bronze Statue of Robert Burns is preparing by Flaxman for erec- tion m an appropriate situation in the New Town of Edinburgh. It is men-   tioned that the mountain daisy will be seen in one hand, and an inscribed roll, " Cotter's Saturday Night," in the other : surely the former partjculaily is too mi- nute for a good effect in bronze. Last week two females died Strat-   haven in the prime of their age, in whose lives there was a remarkable coincidence. They were very intimate before mar- riage ; they were married about the same time ; ...

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DETACHED THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

DETACHED THOUGHTS. " "We aie told by metaphysicians, that the human mind is capable, by long familiarity, of forming a disinterested attachment to any pursuits in which it is engaged, and any objects with which it is connected, which aie not absolutely and strongly disgusting, however devoid of attraction they may appear to the rest of mankind. It has,, been said of the miser, that he ultimately acquires a disinterested love of money. There is no character to which this remark is inore applicable, than that of the collector of books, who, if he enter into the full spirit of his pursuit, may furnish, by his eagerness and enthusiasm, a subject not unworthy the pen of Theophrastus or La JBruyere. Independently of the instruc- tion or pleasure which he has experienc- ed, or for which he hopes, from their pe- rusal, the mere sight of books is suf- ficient to excite in his mind the liveliest perceptions, and a rare specimen or a splendid and extensive collection to ex- alt him into raptur...

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COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

COMPARISONS, Maíj is tliè rdgged, lofty pide, That frowns on many a wave-beat shorey Woman's the slender, graceful \ine, Whose curling tendrils round it twine, And deck its rough bark sweetly o'er. Man is the rock, whose towering crest, Nods o'er the mountains barten aide j Woman's the soft and mossy vest, That loves to clasp its sterile breast, And wreathe its brow in veidant pride. Man is ,the cloud of coming storm, Dark as the íaven's murky plume, Save where, the sun-beam, light and warm, Of woman's soul, and woman's form, Gleams brightly o'er the gath'riug gloom,» Yes, lovely sex ! to you 'tis given, To rule our hearts with angel sway> Blend with each woe a blissful leaven, « ' Charge earth into an embryo heaven, . fl i Knñ JiWftBtlv.tmHg gift: carga away., , .r,t

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THE DOCTOR AND CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

A >THjEi:I>0?TO:R AN© CAPTAIN. In Bladud's city, place of vast renown, Where, in the season, wealthy Cits from town Escort their buxom wives and pretty daughters, To cut a dash, And make a splash, To dance, to play at cards, and drink the waters. A. strife arose 'twixt men of high condition, A Captain this, and that a grave Physician. One day the hero of the scarlet coat Upon the Doctor's gate with pencil wrote, " Scoundrel," in letters clear and plain. The Doctor saw-amaz'dhe stood He long'd to let the Captain blood, And, waxing warm, he grasp'd his gold topp'd cane ; Then sallied forth, and after various dodg ings, At length he found the noble Captain's lodgings; There, in politeness to be conquei'd scorn- ing, He told the servant, with au arch regard *' Give to your master, Dr. Pestle's caid, "For at my door he left his name this morning»"

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LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP. Friendship is like the cobler's tie, That joins two soles in unity; But love is like the cobler's awl, That pierces thiough the sole and all.

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KISS AND TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

KISS AND TELL. While on thy lips I whispering count My kisses o'er in wanton play, And raptur'd tell the dear amount, I sometimes hear thee sighing say— "Ah, if the world should hear of this !"   Nay, nay, my love, that fear dispel, The lips that thus can tell and kiss, Were never form'd to kiss and tell.

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 12. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. =                 FRIDAY, March 12. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. The vessel reported in our last as having been signaled, proved to be the Jupiter, Captain Park. She left Port Jackson on the 19th of February, at which time the Guildford, which sailed from England about the 1st of Septem- ber with Chief Justice Forbes on board, had not arrived. - The Jupiter put into the Derwent through stress of weather, and sailed again in prosecution of her voyage to Sincapore on Monday.   On Wednesday last sailed the brig Ann, Captain Moon, for Port Jackson, via Port Dalrymple, with a few pas- sengers for the latter place. The brig Woodlark has got in nearly the whole of her cargo, and will be ready in a few days to sail for England. — On Tuesday morning a boat race took   place on the River Derwent, from Ho- bart Town to Kangaroo Point, be...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

Government & General-Ord ers. Government'Mouse, Hobart Town, ,^," . , , v jliarc/i IliA, 1824. MR. J. M. HUDSPETH, Chief Dis- trict Constable and Pound-keeper of the District of Bath, lías been dis- missed by a JBench of Magistrates, upon a Charge oí Neglect of Duty, and Disrespect to the Magistrate of the District. . By Command of His Honor , JTke Lieutenant Governor, -"j w u~ ,JBE. E. Robinson, Secretary. Grovernrhent Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, T March 11th, 1824. ÜE Period at which Licenses for brewing Beer are granted, being now at hand, all Persons desirous of earryiug on the Trade of Brewing Beer, Porter, or Ale, from Grain, the Produce of this Colony, will send in their Ap- plications,, to this OiSfice, on or before the 25th Instant, in order to their being transmitted to the. Bench of Magistrates. By Command of His Honor, . Hr. E. Robinson, Secretary. Government Public Notice. FjjpïIÈ undermentioned Jp&rsons tíavá 1 Jt obtained Certificat...

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RAISING WATER BY BORING. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

i RAISING WATER BY BORING, ii Tue means of obtaining a universal supply of water by the system o'f boring, induces us particularly to notice the great advantages that have been derived by itf dividuals at Maldon, Fambridge, & several other parts of this county, where the great- est distiess formerly existed as well to man as to beast, where Water could be obtained only by sending a distance of o'or 7 miles, under the impression that from the Iowness of the situation, and its proximity to the sea, the process of digging* would be a heavy expense, and certain to end in dis- appointment. In such situations in this' county as we have described has water of the purest description been obtained. Un- der such flattering success, the good work is proceeding, and we have particulaily to notice that Lord Winchelsea is at this time in search of water upon Foulness Island ; and, although already at a great depth, is proceeding, with the full determination to benefit his estates by what ...

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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

British Intelligence, Among the military appointments in a late London Gazette is that of the Duke of Wellington's eldest son. The   Marquis of Douro, to be Ensign in the 81st Regiment by purchase., The demise of General Buckley is announced in a late London paper. The veteran was in his 99th year, and died a bachelor. He was a favourite of our late King, and his silver stick, for many years. The power of jäteani has already been noticed by us to have been rendered subservient to the breaking Of stones, for the construction of roads. A ma- chine has also been invented in England for dressing of woollen cloth, which does as much work in 50 minutes as tvtro men could do in two days. The new " General Turnpike Bill" lately passed in T*arliamen,t, enacts, that no persons shall act as trustees of turn- pike roads but those who can qualify from landed property. The royal sovereign yacht wasordered to be fitted for the conveyance of the Prince and Princess of Denmark, on their...

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Captain Franklin's Narrative of a Journey to the Polar Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

Captain Franklin's Narrative of a Jour- ney to the Polar Sea. We know of no work of actual adventure, which opens a richer or more satisfactory store of natural geological information. A perusal of Capt. Franklin's Narrative sheds many new lights on that portion of the globe of which he treats, arid at the same time arouses in the mind of the reader deep working emotions. The party consisted of the Captain whose work is now under consideration, Dr. Richardson, a naval surgeon, Mr. Hood, and Mr. Back, midshipmen, and two Steady English sea- men. This little party embarked on board the Prince of Wales, the 23d of May, 1819, and arrived at Hudson's Bay, on the 30th of August. They commenced their journey into the interior on the 9th of Sept., and after travelling seven hundred miles they reached Cumberland House on the 23d of October. The greater part of this dreary distance was performed on sledges, drawn by dogs, or travelling in snow shoes. To the inexperienced, the suffering occasi...

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LE PATTISSIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

LE PATTISSIER. Monsieur grown sick of fricasee, And England wishing much to see, To London came, where roasting beef, And puddings large, surpass belief. Monsieur found fault with all he saw, And swore we ate our mutton raw ; So out he pull'd his pocket book And wrote " De English no can cook." Before the 'Change this Frenchman stood, Said he, " I do smell something good," His nose then led him, slap, bang, pop, In far-fam'd BIRCCH'S pastry shop. Some soup he took, and then a puff ; A tartlett, and a pinch of snuff. " Ma foi," said he, " down in my book I mark dis BIRCH de pastry cook." Mad Bedlam next to view he went,   In front he saw a regiment ;   " Sure invalids," said he, " might do To guard such lunatics as you.   Your Colonel, vat is his name ?. BIRCH-de pastry cook?-the very same. Mon Dieu," said he, " where is my book ? Vat! Colonel BIRCH a pastry cook!" For Guildhall next, his course he steered, Where bawling out on high appeared, Of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 12 March 1824

AALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. J. C. tlnderivood, At his Royal Exchange Auction Mart, x)u Monday next* the 15th Lr^tant, , EARÏ&ENWARE, fr Hardware, consisting of mortice, Banbury, and drawer locks, bolts and screws,' door bolts and chains ; rings, and a va- riety of trinkets ; music for the violin or piano forte ; sickles, coatees, cross- cut saws; capers, and an assortment of sauces, positively without reseivew By Mr. J. T. Collicoit> At his Mart, in Murray-street, oil Tues- day next, the 16th Instant, ENGLISH PRINTS, Fowling Pieces, Ironmongery, an excellent Seifte, and various other Articles. By Mr. J. C. Underwood, At his Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Wednesday next, the 17th Inst., without reserves ITS LUE Cloth, cotton handkerchiefs, Jo woollen draws, mattresses, shawls, blue trowsers, jackets, elephant oil, tur- pentine, white lead, &c. By 3Ir. J. C. Underwood* Same day, immediately after the above, without reserve, THAT fine Black HORSE, Rover ofDush, wrell t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 March 1824

Government & General Orders, j Government House, Hobart Town\ j March 18th, 1824.   THE Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury having placed Deputy Assistant Commissary General Fletcher on the Establishment of this Colony, he is to be charged from the 25th Current with the Issues of the King's Magazine, in Hobart Town. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Toumt Marah IQth, 1824. CÖARLES Horn is re-appointed a District Constable of New Nor- folk. District Constable Wm. Ambridgé, pf Hobart Town, is dismissed. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. Robinson, Secretary. Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town* March 11th, 1824. TOE Period at which Licenses for Brewing Beer are granted, being now at hand, all Persons desirous of carrying on the; Trade of ßiewing Beer* Porter, or Alé, from Grain, the ¡Produce of this Colony, wi...

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