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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 March 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, March 19. Sitting Magistrate - G.F. Read, Esq. Ship News.- On Saturday last ar- rived the brig Amboyna, Capt. Waddell, from China direct in two months, with a cargo of tea, sugar, soap, &c.-Pas- sengers, Mr. Pitman, supercargo, and Mr. Fort. On Monday arrived the Hibernia transport, Captain Gillies, from Eng- land, with stores. - Passengers (for Van Diemen's Land), J. L. Pedder, Esq., Chief Justice, and Mrs. Pedder; J. T.   Gillibrand, Esq. Attorney General, Mrs. Gellibrand and family; Mr. Gellibrand, sen.; Mr. Johnstone, and Miss Wat-     kins; (for New South Wales) Sax Ban-   nister, Esq. Attorney General of New South Wales, two Misses Bannister; William Balcombe, Esq. Colonial Trea- surer of New South Wales, and his family; Captain Foley, 3d Regiment, Captain McArthur, 19th Regiment, De-   puty Assistant Commissary General Radford, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Wood, and Mrs. Abel. The Hiber...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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NORTH-WEST EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 19 March 1824

NORTH-WEST EXPEDITION. Captain Parry arrived this morning   at the Admiralty, having landed at Whitby, whence his Majesty's ships Fury and Hecla were continuing their way to the river Thames. The Public regret that Captain Parry has not been able to accomplish the North-West Passage, will be amply compensated by the general pleasure which will be felt at the safe return of this gallant Officer and his brave com- panions. Iii 1821, the expedition exploied Re- pulse Bay, Sir Thomas Roe's Wel- come, Middletons Frozen Strait, and that neighbourhood ; and finding no pas- sage to the north wai d and westward, wintered in the southern bay of an island, called Winter Island, in lat. 6Q. 11., long. 83. In 1822, the expedition, guided and encouraged by the information they had received during the winter, from a party of Esquimaux with whom they had established a friendly intercourse, pur- sued their attempt to the Noithward, and examined all inlets towaids the west, till ihey arr...

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

STATIONERY WAREHOUSE. Gilt-edge superfine iettei paper 3s.per quire Superfine yellow wove foolgcap,4s. ditto" Fine wove foolscap, 3s. ditto Common foolscap, 2s. 6d. ditto Ladies' curling paper, Is. ditto » Wrapping paper, Is. ditto Fancy coloured paper, 6d. per sheet Demy Writing paper, 6s. per quire Demy copy folio, 5s. per ditto China chit paper, from Is. to 2s. per ditto Cartridge, blotting, and dark blue paper Doublé crp_wu paper . Demy and imperial, fine and course Thin pet, 2s. per quire ACCOUNT BOOKS. Foolscap quarto, 6 quire, ruled with blue and red lines - - 1 2 6 Foolscap folio, 6 quire, ruled in like manner - - - - 1 1 0 Ditto, ditto quarto, and folio - 1 2 6 Ditto, ditto - j - - 0 l8 0 Ditto, ditto - / - ' - 0 16 0 Ditto, chttoN. - /- >-¿ J - 0 12 0 Ditto, ditto ^%/ * " - J v - 0 10 0 Ditto, ditto - 7*^ - - 0 7 6 Ditto, ditto ?/ -^**v - 0 6 0 , D^tto, ditto - - -^ - 0 6 0 Foolscap, quarto, superfine pa- per, 5 quire, handsomely bound in black Morocco, with patent spri...

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

Provost Marshal's Office, Hobart Town, March 18th, 1824. In the Supreme Court. Kemp & Co. v. Welsh ; Patin v. Same ; Hanbury and Others v. Same. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias issued from the Honourable the Supreme Court, and to me directed, I will put up and Sell by Public Auction, on Thursday, the 1st of April next en- suing, at the Hour of Twelve at Noon, at my Office in Liverpool-street, unless the above Executions be previously su perseded,-All the Defendant's Right, Title, and Interest in and to the follow- ing Property :-A Two-story Stone Warehouse, situate on the Wharf; a Two-story Brick House, situate at the corner of Macquarie and Harrington streets; a Two-story Brick House, and a Weather-boarded ditto, situate in Liverpool-street; a Farm of 500 Acres, with the Dwellings, Tenements, &c. thereon erected, situate at the Coal River, late Birch's Farm ; a Farm of 40 Acres more or less, with the Dwellings, Tenements, &c. thereon erected, situate at S...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 March 1824

jj Ti? ekeEditor of the Hobart Tavin Gazette A j Srt*»" - ^ * !A Water in the Sydney Gazette, so long ago as thV latter sérid of the last .year, ^in a> long article signed (<ia\Co \lonut" called the attention of the public jto the form, adopted .by! the Sydney JBank,{in the/ issue oí its, notes; and broadly .stafàd, that any¡obligationpay able in Spanish dollars, whether' put porting fo be proniissory^ote, or bill ofv [exckangel was not ¡such rby the British law, apd could not be iiegociated by en-¿ dbrsement, or to order, or tp/bearer.* .This writer challenged contradiction,_ jm a very stiait-forvvaid manner; &nd ¡especially called upon the Solicitor to the Sydney Bank, to state t yhether or Jnot an action wo'uhl lie in4fhe Supreme Couit, (where jtfeticejwas always ad-' mmisteied upon the principles and ¡by the practise of the Courts at home) i upon any oí ¡the Bank dollar contracts,» if i considered in the nature of a promissory" note. ' To this, no -answer h...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 March 1824

ADC» SOL^^^Ei'fprXterip pf 'Jl years if îequired, that pjabstantjal ^-built HOUSJB and \ PJtEMISPS, Situate ,on Potterj's7hill, next ¿p ! a Skjï Hng adjoining the^mujnii, lately, in the occupatipn of the Rej;.^. M* Arthur* The above premises! comprise fpiir, good rooms, a kitchen, and,large garden,, and will be sold on reasonable terms.-Eor fuither, pailjiculars apply to Messrs. Kemp & Co. attheir^iorqSjMacquarie street. , , t , . NEW TQWN lFARtàS.^-TÔ l>e I lLet, Sold,' 'br;1'Exchanged' for] I $tock,f two1 Carins situate in" Prince of ' ^ales Bay, four mil^s from Hobart Town, one poptaíning 60 acres,' hparly all in cuiti^aîtion, with a1 large Ôouse i iiid Garden well stocked with fruit trpes-,,] large barn/ stockyards, «fee?; the other't contains 30 acres, and abolit 14 in cul-j tjvation, the two farms are nearly fenced | iji.-Haïf ibk bufchase-money may re- gain unpaid îop one ,pr two years. Working Bullocks Will be let with the farihVifretired. ',', J ' , \ I &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 March 1824

Provost Marshal's Office, Hobart Town, March Z5th,1824,       ïn the Supreme Court. TI " -r" "_ ^ r^ J^jl, ^issued opt of the Honourable the Supreme Court, and to me directed, I will put upand Sell by Public Ruction, on Thursday, the 1st oí" ^Vpril next en- suing, a'tlthe Hour of Twejyp a,t Noon,( at my Office m -Liverpoolcstreet,. ^unless the above Executions-be previously su- perseded;- AlVthè Défendante Ttight, Title, and Interest in 'and to~A Two story 'Stone Warehouse,1 situate* on the Wharf; °a Two-story Brick House, çituaté at tne corner of Macquarie and Harrington'Streets^ a Two-störy Brick House, and a Weather-'bbafdéa^ ditto, situate m Liverpool-street ; a Fana ofôOO Acres, situate at the Coal itiver, (late Birches Farm) 70 Acresi of1 which! ale fencedrand m çultryatipikll m Orchard, andj?.4 ip English Grassy with a good House, large Barn and Threshing Floor* Stable Coach-house, k Stock-yard, and Pig-/3tyes, erected thereop; a Farm of...

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THE NEW POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 March 1824

THE NEW POPE. Annibal Della Genga, Cardinal Genga, now Leo the Twelfth, was born   on the 2nd of August, 1760, at the Castle of Genga, the property of his family, and situated between Urbino and the marsit of Ancona. He entered the church very early, and soon obtained very con- siderable preferment. It was about the period of the first invasion of Italy by   the French, however, that he first enter-   ed into a conspicuous public situation. He was then sent as Nuncio to the Court of Bavaria and the States of a second rank in Germany, which high office he filled for several years. In   1807 he was sent to Paris on a mission to Napoleon by the Pope, and on his re- turn to Rome he Was obliged, when the French took possession of that city, as well as the other Prelates who were not natives of the Roman States, to go away. In 1814 he was sent again to   Paris to compliment Louis the 18th and in 1816 he was elevated to the d...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 26. Sit. Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 March 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MARCH 26.         Sit. Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A.                                   It will be seen by a Government and General Order in the front page of this week's Gazette, that the Royal Charter of Justice, which His Majesty has been graciously pleased to grant to this Colo- ny, will be read and published by the Provost Marshal, at the Government House and Market Place, on Wednesday next. We are sorry to state, that the natives continue the same mishievous conduct which we reported some time ago to have taken place; very recently they have destroyed a hut belonging to Mrs. Collins at the Blue Hills, and killed James Doyle,   one of the stock-keepers. The ship ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 26 March 1824

proclamation; ;, By His ffonqr, ff^iLrÁM^OREjji). rßzyJEsquirei Lieutenant/ Governor lof - - . '??'?- Van Hièmèà'a Land, ^e.^cl^c. ..';.' W':EfERE!áé:; :HÍs;;; Majesty/; 0; i;;Íyeen graciously pleaded to gV'ánt His^Royàï' Charter for the Establish- ment, of à "New., Court" of Judicature in this* Colony, to He called: thé Supfceiifè' Court ^öf Van Biènîtèii's 'land, and therein to; appoïnf IpHN liiwEs Ped- der, Esquire, ; Barrister,'aí La^, 'to1 be Chief Justice of the' said 'Court':--And whereas,'it is'])röYiÖed by, ^n Act of Pár)iáÍQien't> pàs&edin' tfié .Fourth Ifear of .the Reigtí oí His .present Majesliy, thai'the Goyeinör or Acting Governor of the Colony shall,' upon the Arrival of the Royal Charter for the Establish- ment of theÍ Supreme : Couti'of^Judica- ture) notify ''to ' t|íé! Inhabitant's Vj Pro- clamation the' Period ki1 Which the said Court shall open, aiidtlie 'Jfolgë thereof id to assume and enter upon the Ex- ercise of his;.Jurisdiction therein ;-? It is ...

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APRIL [To be continued in regular monthly succession.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

:a«£éí¿ [To ber continued in regular monthly suc cession?]- '.». tTMs'wascthfesecond^áioiitíi ofsthcoid Homans year, but,1 on the'teforjratiof thev calendar, it became tue: fourth. The, nama of .it is.denyed .by ¿onus .from apeiio, I open; because m this-month*, the earth.begins.' to open bearbosora\for t'tfe production of vVjegetabißs;..and-by others from apfarodite¿,the Greek appel* latkBnof Venns'.:: 'It was; indeed, under the protection of Venus., 'Several. feeitivals.\ occurred in' this* month, c Ontberirs't, that of Venu» took ^pSace. JSFew flowers, and .myrtle were cijfere.d ta the ,goddess, and the young, females', daubed and sung for three nigbts^owned with garlands. Qn the sante day sacrifiées; were also offered to» Fortuna viriltsr, and, rat the sisth, to Fbrtûna.primïgënm^ Om the eighth W£re ¿he gaiçesiionthevictotyLof Çassar. t The, Cetealia^ in honour of Geres i were j^ldron the: ninth., Oakthe twelfth be, Jgtn thcMe^alesian gamafe which were "instituted in remembraádj...

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THE PYRAMID OF DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

THE,PTRAtáliraF BRINK. The operation Pf drink, in its various de- grees may he represented by a Pyramid íhus;f^-. / *> ,J ^ipsy. Very fresh. AVc'ty tipsy. Fresh. / VDiunk. - * Lively. / \ Veiy drunk. Comfortable.-/ YStupidly drunks Sober. / i v \ bead drunk. Sobriéiy.-Tlie sober moments, which immediately succeed to dinner, are the most miserable in existence. The Iangour, the sense of utter inefficacy, mental and bodi Iy¡ are dreadful. After a few glasses, you aséend tliè first Step of the pyramid and become comfort- able. In-this stale you are not niudh dis- posed to talki ¿There is a tranquil luxury in your feelings and a'reverie comes on, whichj if you drink no more, is likely to terminate in sleep. A philosopher seldom passes the point, except in company. Drink on and you step up to lively. Now you begin to talk, and your remaiks are Smart and pertinent. You- have the rea soninfr power in high perfection, but aided withaLbya happy fertility of illustiation. *Phis may beoonsi...

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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

British. Iñtefli¿eiíicé. ' The death of ihe Right Hon. Lord Yarborough is anuduiiced in the Times of Óctobei 11.-The tomb to which his -remains Were consigned will be" a' last- ing 'monument of his Lordship's taste, being the most perfect specimen irt'-Eng lattd, perhaps in Europe,4 of à Grecian temple, and erected under his owii im- mediate and daily inspection. J Mission to Africa for the Discovery of the, Course if the Niger.-We have the greatest satisfaction in announcing that our three enterprising countrymen, Dr. Oudenay, Major Denham, and Lieut. Clapperton, who left London on the above interesting and hazardous expe- dition, under the authority of Govern- ment, in 1821, arrived at Bornou, in   the centre of the continent of Africa, in February last, and were exceedingly well received by the Sultan of that king- dom. The Doctor is to remain at Bor- nou at British Vice-Consul, while the other parties pursue their inquiries as to the course of that long sought river...

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ON THE WASTE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

ON SHE WASTE OF LIFE. Injthe Jast volume of Dr. Franklin's Memoir's ísthé following article on/" The Waste of Life." We are persuaded its' perusal must pi aduce wholesome reflec- tions in the minds even of the most dis- solute : .' Amergus was a gentleman of good estate : he was bred to no business, and could not contrive how, to> waste his hours agreeably; he had no relish. for the proper works of lifei nor any taste > for the ' improvement of the mind ; he spent generally ten < hours of the four and-twenty in bed, 'he dozed away two or three more on his couch, and as many morewere dissolved m good liquor every evenings if he met with company of his owh humour. Thus he made a shift to wear off ten years, of his life since the.. paternal estate fell into his bands. One . evening, as"*he was, musing alone, hisî* thoughts happened to ta{¿e an unusual turn, for they cast a glanôe backward^ . and'he began to reflect 'oil his manner , of life.. He bethought ta himself ra...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

¿tp ßfe E$celhmeu $ir THOMAS BRIS- ,BANÉ, K.C.B. captain General       govemor and Commander in Chief and over His Majestys Territory     of New South Wales and its Dependencies etc Edward Foord BROMLEY, James SCOTT AFFLECK MOODIE, Esquire,;   DONALD MAC LEPD, Esquire THOMAS ANSTEY Esquire ;   l\\ GREETING, \fô&Wt&A%M Letters Patent^ ,. T ^r His Present Majesty, undeirthe Gfeat Seal 4oi the United Kingdom of .Great Britain and Ireland, bearing Date at Westminster the Third" Day of Fe- bruary? Wjthe Second Year of the Reign of ÎEÏis Present Majesty King George <]the,poiu;th> by the Grace of God of the Jfjiujjed*.Kingdom yof Great Britain and lrelan'd?, ï^ing, Deíenó^elfvo^f the Faith, JËLÎssaid Majesty ^as 'graciously plea á¡efl to constitute and appoint me, Sir Thomas, Brisbane;; to be His «aid Majesty's Captain Geneial and Gover- nor m- Chief in and pver His said...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

WANTED, in a Family, a steady, honest, industrious active Woman, '?#^v;AÍ:^Í!iberáÍ^agês,^ wi¡l^be ^eni^^ËhLaiiir'è5 at Mr. COLLICOTT'S. nWbmari in; atrespeotabÍe¡ Fámi%: ly/ where another ServanH; is 'kept.^ Apply totbkPrin'ter; ^ - : - : r ;K*£AtfT:ED; for the1 brig Jupi&iy -4ÍÁppil^: to^ the (50mmánde'rV on bpârd; ^fbtiëneed-iäßjfrljj?wh'ocanhötbe recom- mended;':'-' ''!.'?':'."?' ' ': ' '? .''?J"I':-'" ^PË Advertiser, a Yornig Married Man,-who has-r-a;knowledge of bûsînes9in\^ner^lîva^d;-blrHbo^4Ê^p-' '2bg'by''singIé'or.1donbtë^htr^,iià;dëairOus^. of! obtaining;; a' suitable situation,- ni wlubhihe; ciii tóalf^himi^lfuisefnllbrjís^ ctoáltaiít employant í j*'rfót altogether Áa pbject, :he^ w&iSd^dfevofe a few hours mthe day; prfweáekíjtó. 'fceejy a' set of JJbó^s^&ci^Applyi to;tBé Printer, j: f¡^C0¡^Vr>in: |^cqù^rie-st)-eet, two> jL "Rooms, a-ltitchen, 'yan.', garden,; iutd ¡îtabiin^.^Appïy to Mr, Broderick, Brovosi'MàfsKur* 'Qßoe, J$^bbst Tßtm, Atoi...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 2. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 2 April 1824

FRIDAY, APRIL 2. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. Ship News. - Arrived yesterday the   Australian Company's ship Triton,   Captain Crear, from Port Jackson, which she left on the 21st ult.; having on board   Major Marley, Captain Cotton, and En- sign Christie, of the 3d Regiment ; also,   2 serjeants, 3 corporals, and 66 privates, of the same corps. She also brings down 17 male convicts, under sentence of Transportation to Macquarie Harbour. Sailed last Saturday for Port Jackson, via Port Dalrymple, the ship Aguilar, captain Watson.-Passengers, Mr. A. Dickson, and Mr. Snellgrove. On Sunday sailed for Port Jackson     also, the transport-ship Hibernia, Capt. R. Gillies; having onboard the follow- ing passengers, who came by that vessel from England; Sax Bannister, Esq. At- torney General of New South Wales,   two Misses Bannister; William Bal- combe, Esq, Colonial Treasurer of New South Wales, with Mr...

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

^Governor and'CótúmU^^ia'^BM -.EbW^D^bORoBROità James SCpTTiesquire; y- *;'* 'y~y'¡c:; ?? iB^Ö^^p^Di^'E^uire ; ' ': _?. '; "l ' \ ^^^DÎAcCEËQDyEsquirîof ¿k-;~: '? ^Xji^p^^M^^im^. Patent of *:','%.lf':\,, M\* Present . Majesty, uhde^the "Sjféa!$'!Sjçiyt!.pÇ the XTñítcd'Kingdom ¡of; ' tèrfa.tIf i.itain;and Iréiand^ b*eáTÍn^I)ate" .'^fc ^|st]^i^i5ter the I'hird p'ay.'of.'Fè Brùary,jfa^íie ^ecphd Year of tß'e Réiga ' pf H^'^resçiit ¡Majesty King George the j^purtli/by thérGráce of God of the .tfàjftefl'^ngoora of Great ^ritain ,an}d jreiap$irKinç, Befenäer; of the' Faifhy ¡ iijs sa]£ JVÍ^ P^~ séçl ;to constitute ana appoint me? Sir ^Hpitf./LS?JßRisBA^ÍeÍ'. to .bV .Ffis said Màjeîty^s dàptaîn General ah^.Govern - nor in .rCliief iii and oyer'fiis saicl ;" jMÏà-; jes^y^'Xerïitory, of ÍNewBöutli"Wales and its j)épehdénc^ did'therein and thereby;, ¿mórig^ va^onsel¡aí<d èmppyrèjr^^híe/ilie'said Sir . .^¿sifrs>33 ris bane, to 'constitute, arid ^PP^i^^^ice's'pf thé;Peaeé^ another...

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ANSWER. "To G. Thomson, Esq. J. P. New Norfolk. "Hobart Town, 3d April, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 April 1824

ANSWER. "To G.Thomson,Esq. J.P. New Norfolk. "Hobart Town, 3d April 1824. "MY DEAR SIR, -It gives me sin- cere pleasure to acknowledge the re- ceipt of your letter, conveying to me the sentiments of a great number of the repectable Inhabitants of this Colony in approbation of my conduct as Engi- neer and Inspector of Public Works, during a residence of six years in Ho- bart Town.       :: "? I aikiiiowledgeiwith feelings, of the deepfeáfc gratitude'tnis mark; of- the. kihd iiess of. ithe; Inhabitants towardsimeiand beg»'you iwill assure! thosejspáhteresíted in: niy welfare, .¿hat.-.tbe.' Piece; of : Plate; á'o handsomely voted by thein, shall be 'retain"e"d^By ïîië°'a^s'a"lp^|ng"mpLÍpn^;pT ili^ flattering nianner ;>>yith which tlfey Kaye^çn.pÎeasedtp noticemyservices; » : *' Aífí1 sql'dier^. ript-the Í$as^';ple,asing iOíihy-fe.elingsistlie-yeryha^ ner>-the;fgopd behayipukp^ ii nd4^^yxcPm^^a4^ .njoticej^i in tha lA.1^14 tiçess..^ Such a...

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

Provost Marshal's Office, Hobart Town, April Htk, 1824. In the Supreme Court. .Patín v. Welsh ; Hanbury and others v. Same. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias issued out of the Honorable the Supreme Court, and to me directed, I will put up and Sell by Public Auction, on Thursday next, the 15th of Instant, at the Hour of Twelve at Noon, at my Office in Liverpool-street, unless the above Executions be previously su- perseded,-All the Defendant's Right, Title, and Interest in and to-A Two story Stone Warehouse, unfinished, situate on the Wharf; Fifty-four Baskets of Tobacco, lying in His Majesty's Bonded Store, in Lots of 5 each, sub-' ject to a Duty of 4s. Sterling per lb.; «.nd the Defendant's Interest in a Mort- gage held by him on a Brick Dwelling house, situate at the corner of Mac quai le and-Harrington Streets, for -?300 Sterling, with Colonial Interest, fiom the ,22d of December, 1822. J. Beamont, Provost Marshal. April Otk, 1824. îii the Lieutenant Governor's Court. By Virtue ...

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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