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London, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1817. DEATH OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES, AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SON, STILL-BORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818
&nbsp; &nbsp; London, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1817. DEATH OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES, AFTER THE BIRTH OF A SON, STILL-BORN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The hopes of the Country are dashed to the earth. Instead of &nbsp; tidings of great joy, instead of proclaiming the birth of a future &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; sovereign of these Realms, "of England's future hope and glory," &nbsp; &nbsp; we have to perform the painful task of announcing that her Royal Highness, after having been delivered of a still-born male child, ex- pired in a few hours afterwards. This grief has occurred so sud- denly, it has so weighted down every faculty, that we fear we shall not be able to give anything like a clear and collected account. &nbsp; Alas! the Bulletin we ins...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818
The arrival of the schooner Henrietta Packet from Sydney, &nbsp; whilst the first part of this Paper was in the press, hav- ing brought with other matter of importance the truly af- flicting intelligence of the Death of Her Royal Highness the Princeis Charlotte of Wales, after being delivered of a still- bom Male Infant, we subjoin a Supplement, in which will &nbsp; be found an Order of His Excellency the Governor in Chief, &nbsp; and one of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor of these Set- tlements, on the subject; to which we refer our Readers. The concern and interest which they will excite will be deep and general. &nbsp; HOJBART TOWN; PRINTED BY ANOÄSW BENT. §
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 2 May 1818
D DESIRABLE FARM.-To be LET, and may be entered upon &nbsp; immediately, that very convenient Farm known by the Name of GEILSTOWN, situate opposite New Town, containing 200 Acres of Land; 60 of which are cleared for the reception of wheat. There ia a small Dwelling-house, a Barn, and other conveniences erected on the Farm ; and a run of good water adjoining it. It commands a fine view of, and easy access to, the River Derwent, The Tenant may have what quantity of wheat he may require for sowing the Farm this season, upon returning the same next harvest. &nbsp; Apply to Mr. A. THRUPP, Restdown-House. MR. ANDREW WHITEHEAD, at Herdsman's Cove, being cal- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; led upon by his Crediton to liquidate several Claims, which he is bound to discharge in June next, requests that all Persons who stand indebted to him will pay the Amount of their respective Debts on or before the 1st Proximo into the hands of Mr. NEWBY, who is duly authorize...
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 ÄND~GENERÄL OR0EKS7 GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN',] Saturday, Mav 2d, IBIS. H IS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR cannot! pubÜíh the above Government and General Order of Hi« EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR^ CHIRP, without adding th ExpreiTion of His heartfelt Sorrow and Regret at the,,lamenta-' ble Event therein communicated to the Inhabitants of this; Territory-a feeling which the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is convinced will Pervade all Ranks of Perfons in thefe Settle rnents ; who, deploring the premature Deccafe of the ILLUS- TRIOUS PRINCESS, equally as a National Calamity as on account of thofe private Virtues which had commanded the! Efteem and Love of the Britiih Nation, will not fail to Evince1 their Regret by a due Observance of thofe public Marks oí' Sorrow for Her Lois, and Refpeft for Her Memory, which areenj »ineJ upon the Community, collectively andindividu« ally, by His Excellency the Governor in Chiefs Order. Y\ ith a View of conforming as far as the Means of this Set tien...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 31st March, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
GOVT. AND GENERAL OUDfclRS., ßSCRETART S OjmCE, SYDNIY, 31ft.March, i8i8. - CIVIL DIPARTMIWT. HIS EXCELLENCY theGOVERNOR, with a View to reft rain the immoderate Ufe of SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS, & to add \ to the Refources of Government by an increafe 6f the Duty paid on Spirits, ii pleâfed co order and direct, that from henceforth a Duty of TEN SHILLINGS per Gallon be laid and levi ed on all RUM; BRANDY; GIN, WHISKY, ARRAGK, or other SPIRITS» which may be imported into or brought lo Entry at Sydney, or ßny other ofithe Ports or Places within, th? Territory of New South Wales or its Depen- dencies, from the Day of'the Dfite hereof, and .that ihe fame be Levied as heretofore bv ihe Naval Officers or Perfonfi duly appointed io ?colleclfche fame* without any diilinftion being .made either in Regard to 3he Strength of the ^Spirits imported or 1he Place from whence ¡the fame may Arrive, provided i:a importation be in all Re(pe£U fir iel I y legal and tegular. &lt; And HU Excell...
GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECETARY'S OFFICF, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
GOVT. PUBLIC NOl'ICU. SECETARY'SOFFICF, HOBART TOWN* Saturday, 9th May, 1818'. MEMORIALS for indulgences of dif ?*.*?* ferent Kinds heinp; fent in to His Honor the Lieutenant Governor indiscrim- inately at all Times, whereas by His Ex- cellency the Governor in Chief's'Orders and Infractions fuch Applications can on- ly be received at certain annual fixed Per- iods. It is hereby notified that in future Notice will.be given in this Gazetre ofchie Time at which Memorials for Land or Cát- ele, or Mitigation of ¡sentence, are to be fent in to the Lieutenant Governor, for the purpofe of being Submitted to the Go- vernor inChief:-And no Memorials of this Nature can be received at the Secretary's Office, except fuch Notification has been previoufly made. , . . By His Honor's Command, Samuel Hood, Secretary.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
PUBLIC NOTICE. Pouc* UPFICK, HOBART Tówwf 91h April, 1818. ftf-HERBAS the Seven Convias here ^ inaftcr.defcribeddid on the Night of Wednefday the 8th of this Month, felon ioufly carry away two Government -Boats from their moorings iii Sullivan's Cove, ia the River Derwent, and arc now fuppofed to be lurking about lorne of the Bays adja» cent to the Uland. AU Confiables & others are hereby commanded to ufe every Exer- tion in their power to apprehend the faid Felons, and lodge them in His Majefty's Gaol at Hobart Town ; and all Perfons are cautioned not to harbour, maintain, conceal, or in ¡any way "aid or comfort the faid Felons, on pain of the Penalties that will thereon en fue. f John Briggs, 5 feet 7 inches high, fallow complexion, li^ht brown hair, grey eyes, 46 years of age, by trade a Seaman, fen tenced for life, native place Bermuda, is crippled in both hands; was tried here for itealing and burning four cart wheels be- longing to Mr. Peters..J. John Le Gart, 5ft. 6in...
GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th May, 1818. ALL Settlers in Van Diemen's Land &nbsp; &nbsp; desirous of taking assigned Crown &nbsp; Servants off the Store, are requested to send in Applications for the same:— &nbsp; Those on the Derwent to the Secretary's Office on or before the 23d Instant ; and those at the Settlement of Port Dalrym- ple to the COMMANDANT at Launces- ton, on or before the 30th Instant. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, Samuel Hood, Secretary.
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
GOVT, ANO GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT Hovas, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 2d May, 1818. 'PITE Warrant of His ROVAL HIGH ** NESS the PRINCE REGRNT, bearing Date the 12tfc July IB 16, and publifhedin !the Hobart Town Gazette pf February 28, together with two Government and Ge- neral Orders by His Excellency the Go- vernor in Chief, all relating to the Regu- lations for the future lflue of Rations from His JVlajefty's Magazine, being intended to apply to and to include all Defcriptions of Perfons victualled therefrom ; It is here- by directed, in conformity with His-Ex- cellency the Governor in Chiefs taltra c tions on the fubject now received, that the following Ration, commencing on Satur- day the 9th Inftant, will be henceforward 'iflued to all Perfons (Military excepted, 'the Ration for which is already regulated), |who arc victualled from His Majefty's Magazine. i . )t 7lbs. of Bread, or in Lieu 8lbs. WJidat; 7lbs. of Meat, Freih or Salt, . , , Women at Half a Full Ration ; Cbil ¡dren of...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTER, SYDNEY, Saturday, [?]8th March, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
-GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. HEAD QUARTERS, SYONRV, Saturday, t3th March, 1818. CERTAIN Objections having been some Time siinve urged by Mr. EDWARD LORD, a Merchant of Hobart Town ia Van Diemen's Land, against the Manner in which the Com missariat at Department at that Settlement was &nbsp; conducted, and he having preferred Charges against Acting Assistant Commissary General BBOUCHTON, the Officer at the Head of the Department there, His EXCEiLLINCY deemed it equally due to the Public Service, and the Character of the Officer accused, to Cause an Investigation by a Court of Enquiry to take place at Hobart Town ; and having after- wards, is well from the Circumstances which stole out of that Court's Enquiry as at the pres- sing Instance of Mr. Broughton himself, signi- fied and directed that the Parties respectively should have the Opportunity afforded them of appealing to a General Court Martial, which HIS EXCELLENCY was about to convene for that Purpose ; He his lately recei...
Hobart Town. Sitting Magistrate, Reverend ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
Hobart Town. Sitting Magistrate, &nbsp; &nbsp; Reverend ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M. SHIP NEWS. —A signal was made this after- noon for a ship from the northward having en- tered the River, which is supposed to be the David Shaw from Port Jackson. &nbsp; Remain in the harbour, the ship Duke of Wellington ; the brigs Clarion (American), Jupiter, and Sophia ; and the schooner Hen- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; rietta Packet. We have the satisfaction to announce that the expedition which we stated in our last to have proceeded from Port Dalrym- ple in pursuit of the Government launch and prisoners who carried her off, has been successful. Through the activity of Lieut. CUTHBERTSON, and a party of the 48th Regiment, conveyed in the whale-boat of the Rosetta under charge of Mr. Rook, the Banditti were surprised in the first West- ern River on the 1st instant, and most of them taken with the launch, tools, &c. ; and the prisoners are now on their r...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
CAPTAIN WM. COLLINS, of the Ship Duke of Wellington, being about to leave the Port, requests all Claims against him or the &nbsp; Crew of the same Ship may be timely presented for Payment. CAPTAIN AINSWORTH, of the Brig Ju- piter, hereby gives Notice of the Vessel's early Departure for Port Dalrymple ; All Claims are therefore required to be presented for Payment forthwith. CAPTAIN FERN, of the Henrietta Packet, intends to sail for Port Dalrymple in a few &nbsp; Days; Persons having Claims against him or &nbsp; &nbsp; the Crew are therefore desired to present the same. &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. KENT intending to leave the Colony &nbsp; in the Ship Duke of Wellington, re- &nbsp; quests all Claims may be presented. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MRS. MURRAY leaving the Colony on the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Duke of Welling...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 9 May 1818
We were last week-prevented, by want of room, from giving our Readers any informati- on from the Sydney Gazettes then received. We now glean the following as worthy of in- sertion :— The (hip Guildford, Captain Johnftone, by which the melancholy tidings oHhe deith of her Royal Highnefsthe Princefs Charlotte of Wales ivas received by Hif> Excellency the Governor in Chief, hat brought out to Port Jackfon 199 male prifoners, ono having died on the paffage; they were landed in good health. She left Cork the 14th of November. The Guilford alfo brings intelligence of *ho following ihips being on their way to Port Jackton; riz. the Batavia, umich had failed from Graveiend, and had put into Plymouth ; the Minerva, waiting at Cork to take in prif >nera ; and the Lady Castlereagh, «lío in a [date of readinefs io proceed on her voyager From a Gentlemen on board "the Guildford we receive the difagreeable information of a ¡violent fever having fpread itielf throughout Tome of* he northern ...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, 31st March, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818
[GOVT. AND GüNEUAL OKÜEKÖ. SECRETARY'S OFPICK, SYDNEY, 31ft Mardi, i3i8. CIVIL. DBrARTM«M.T. HIS EXC ELLENC Y the GOVERNOR, with a Vie* to reft rain the immoderate Ufeof SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS, & to add to the Resources of Gcrernment by an increale ofiheDqty paid on Spirits, is pleafed io order and direft, that from henceforth a Duty or TBN SHILLINGS per Gallon be laid and lev'. eàôn»HRUMâBRANDY, Gltf,WHIKKY, ARRACK.or other SPIRITS, which may be imported i ito or brought to Eniry at Sydney, or tiny othír oí the Poris or Places within the \Territory of New South Wales or its Depen dencies, from the Day of the Hate hereor, ¡»ne thit the fameibe. Levied as hcretofoteby thr Naval Officer» or Perons diiiy appointed ti collect the fame, without any diftiriction bein«. . made either in. Regard to the Strength or ih Spirits imported />r the Place dom whence the fame may Arnrf» provided ita importation be in ali Refpecls ftriftly legal and reguhr« 'And Hil Excellency it further pleaf...
GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART, TOWN, Saturday, 9th May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818
UUV i . i Ü15LLC JNUTlCii. SECRETAR Y'* OFFICR* HOBART TOWN, Saturday, qth May, i8t8* M EMORIALS for Indulgences or dit feront Kinds being fent to His Honor the Lieutenant Governor indilcri/ntnately ai .li Times, where« by His Excellent the Governor iiTCliieP» Orders and Inftruclion» fuch Applications can only be received at cer j tain annual fixed Periods. Jt is hereby noti- fied that in future Notice will be given in thU I Gazette of the Time- at which Memorials fo» I Land or Cattle, or Mitigation of Sentence, arc ' to be fent in to the Lieutenant Governor, for the.purpefe of being lübmitted to ¿he Go vernor io Chief :-And no Memorials ©f this ! Nature can be received at the Secretary's ' Office, except fuch Notification has been pre viouily made. ? By His Honor's Command, Samuel Hood, Secretary.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818
PUBLIC NOTICE. Deputy AfliitantCommiihry'General's Office,' Hobart Town, 16th M»y» t8io* HIS Majefty's M»g»Z'ncs at Ibis' Station having recently undrrgone a thorough repair, and being now in a fit (late to receive Wheat for &lt;ihe purpofo of v.dualling tholt neceflartly fuppoited-at %the Lxpcnfc of the Crown; Notice is hereby given, that or> Monday the.23th inftant they will be opened for the Reception of Wheat from Settlers ano (irowert, and will remain open to that Clah of People exclusively, on Mondays, Tuefdays, *nd TliurfJays,,until,the 13th of. June next i aí'rerwh ch period ihould any further Quan- tity be required by Government, it will b received indiicnminately, from all Holdets of Grain who may 1)3 inclined to liippl)' the famr. 1 By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, THOM A ARCH SR» \fting Deputy AiTiftant Com m'dary General» (Approved) " WILLIAM SoaaLL» Lieutenant Governor." ~~ I'UBUC JNOiiCL. ' Deputy AfliftantCommiffary General's Office, Hö.hii...
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—A. F. KEMP, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - A. F.. KEMP, ESQ. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SHIP NEWS. - On Thursday morning the ship "Frederick", Captain WILLIAMS, which failed from this port upwards of eight weeks ago for the Mauritius, with 61 head of horned cattle belonging to EDWARD LORD, Esq. who was also on board, return- ed after an unsuccessful attempt to make the western passage ; having had constant - heavy weather since her departure. Three &nbsp; persons, who had been carried away from this Settlement, have been landed from her. On Monday laft arrived from Port Jackson, the new colonial built Schooner Sinbad, &nbsp; JOHN PAYNE mafter, with a valuable in vestment.--Passengers, Mr. G. W. Barn- ard, owner; Mr. Scott and Mr. Florance, free Settlers. Same day the fchooner Elizabeth and Mary, JACOB SOHNN commander, belong- ing to and from Port Jackson, bound to Macquarie Island, put into this port to wood and water, having been out 9 week''...