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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818

THE Under-mentioned Persons proceeding to Port Dalrymple in the Henrietta Packet,   which will sail on Monday next, wind per- mitting, request all Claims may be presented : - William Simpson Master ; Joseph Thorne, Thomas Ij&ee and William Gully, Seamen. The Public are hereby cautioned not to   Trust any of the Seamen of the Schooner     SINBAD, as I will pay no Debts which they may contract. GEORGE WM. BARNARD.       MR. THOMAS WHITE, late Chief Officer   of the Duke of Wellington, returning to Sydney per Brig Sophia, requests all claims   may be presented ; and those indebted to settle the same.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 9th May, 1818.   ALL Settlers in Van Diemen's Land desir-        ous of taking assigned Crown Servants off the Store, are requested to send in Applica-   tions for the same :—Those on the Derwent to the Secretary's Office on or before the     23rd Instant ; and those at the Settlement of Port Dalrymple to the COMMANDANT     at Launceston, on or before the 30th Instant.             By Command of His Honor     The Lieutenant Governor,       Samuel Hood, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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BRITISH EXTRACTS. DOWN TO NOVEMBER 6, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818

BRITISH EXTRACTS. DOWH TO NOVKMBER 6, 1817; LONDON, NOVEMBSR'5, i8i7.*-FuNaaAi or Ma« CURRAN.--The remains "of the Right Honourable JOHVPHILPOT CURBAN vere yefterday depoiited in the vault oí Pad« dmgton Church. The delay whian hid oc curred, was, we underftand, produced by wait- ing for communications from Ireland, as his will was prefumed co contain directions for the di fp o fal of his body. In order io avoid the concourfe which might refult from attracting public notice to the interment of the cele. brated Irilhman, the ceremony was conducted in the plained manner. The hour was com municated only to the mourners« Between twelve and one the proceflion moved from Up per Grofvenor.ßreer, where the body had been depofited the night before. Throe mourning coaches, and three private carriages followed the nearie* Mr. CURRAN, of ihe Irifh Bar, Capt. CURRAH, of the Navy, and Mrs. Tay. (or, children of the deceafed, were in the fir ft coach.--Mr. Thos. Moore, Mr. Godwin, and Mr. Charles ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818

The whole of the crown Servants who! took away the Government launch on the 8th ult. have been brought in, under an ef cortof the 48th Regiment, commanded by' Lieutenant LEROUX, with the exception; of Le Gart j who, we are h*ppy to fay, is) ¡the only abfentee now at large, and v/ho is mod probably taken 'ere this. I Trimm and Bentley, who we menti- oned in our last publication to have been tried and found guilty at the last Criminal Court at Sydney, received their sentence on the 8th ult. the day the Sessions adjourned;     the former the punishment of death, and the   latter 14 years' transportation to Newcastle. Brown, who was also committed from this   Settlement for killing a sheep belonging to Messrs. Stynes and Troy, with intent to steal, was tried at the same Sessions, and sentenced to be transported for life to New- castle.  

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 16 May 1818

By the Sinbad schooner we have receiv-   ed two more Sydney papers, from which   the following articles of intelligence are copied for the information of our Readers :   "The Mauritius Gazette of the 20th of De-     cember last, contains, among its extracts from the Calcutta Gazettes, the following lamenta-     ble article of information:—"it is with ex-     treme regret we have to notice the death of Captain H. C. FITZCLARENCE, of His Ma-   jesty's 22d Dragoons, and Aide-de-Camp to       His Excellency the Commander in Chief. The       accounts of this melancholy event reached us, via Hyderabad. He died at Allahabad on   the 3d ultimo, of a fever. The Magnet, Captain Vine, left the Isle of France the 8th of February, at which time His Majesty's 22d and 56th regiments remained in a good stat...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE. Deputy Affiliant Commiitary General's OËce, Hobart ïWo,, t6tfa>l^, 1818. HIS MajeftyV Magaztöeaat th\i Station hiving recently undergone a thorough repair« and being now in a fit (late to receive Wheat for ihe pûrpofe of ?initialling 'thofr necclTanly iupported at the £xpcnie of the Crown; Notice ia,hereby given« that cn Monday "the 25th Inftant they will be opened icjrthe Reception of Wheat from Settler« a,nd Grûwert, and will remain open to ina: Clala of People exclufirely, on Mondays, TuefdayaJ and Thurfdiys, until the 13th of June next; after which period íhoüld any further Quan- tity be required by Government, it will be received-inoifcriminately from Wtl Holden ol Orita who imy be inclined to fupply.the fame. ( ~ ; ßy Command of Hia Honor . j [ . 1 ho,Lieutenant Governor^ | t , 4 , THOHAB AKCHBM, A8ing Deputy Affiliant Cômmiflory General. (Approved) f« WII.UA»I $oatL>, f 1 Lieutenant Governor,' ucyxxxy ¿iutitaiitoommiftaiy General'» Office^ * Hobart Town» ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

{^APPAIJN MACKNlahLArvc'r, Com. ^ mander of the Ship Frederick,'interd ing to leave the Port íhórfly, 'requefts alf Claims againhVhim or the* Crew of ^thè fame Ship may be timely prefented for| Liquidation. r\APTA!N WILLIAMS, late Maitci o{ ^ the Frederick, requefts all Claims up- on him to be prefented immediately, as he intends to proceed to Sydney by the firfl opportunity, .i ) \/t 1SS SARAH M'CLOUD; leaving the *** Colony in one of the Vefielsnow ly-T ing in the Harbour, requiems' all Claims (if any) to Jbe prefented fc)r Payment/ f MISS MARY WALFORD requefts all ^'.f ^Claims (if any) again ft her may be ¡ pre/jenfed, ihe intending tQ ieave the Colo* hy b'y^omeVeírel^tjp(r¿¡féntint,hc port, ' HOaART TOWN : PIIÜTttDBYA.SINT.::

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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THE PRINTER's "HOUR of PEACE." [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

THE PRINTER's " HOUR of PEACE." KNOW ye the PRINTER'S hour of peace ?   Know ye an hour more fraught with joy Than ever felt the maid of Greece, When kiss'd by Venus' am'rous boy ? 'Tis not when round the mazy cafe His nimble fingers, kiss the types ; Nor is it when with length'ned face   The sturdy devil's tail he gripes ;   'Tis not when news, of dreadful note, His columns all with minum fill ; 'Tis not when brother Printers quote , Th' effusions of his stump-worn quill. 'Tis not when all his work is done, His glimm'ring fire he hovers near ; And, heedless of the coming dun, Grows merry o'er a pint of beer : 'Tis not when in Miss FANCY'S Glass. Long advertisements meet his eye, And deem to wisper as they pass,     "W'll grace your columns bye and bye !"   Nor is it when with num'rous names His length'ned roll of vellum swells,   As if' 'twere touch'd by conj'ror's wand, Or grow by fairies' m...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

A St a MOW i'N tLfcVSN ¿lN'es.-A poer' \rabiah of the defekt w la one day'alkèrj how He* came to bo aiTured there was a GOD?1' Lh it he 'amé way," replied rio;1* that I am able to tell by the print im pre fled on ttte fand, whether a man or a bead has pail this way.''' A volume could not htve contained more argument,1* GOD his touched all his woms with'the hand of in fínate goodnefa. and wifdom, and imp reffe every thing with the glory of his perfection an m«rcy, < , - î . '. v

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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ADDRESSED TO A PERSON WHO COMPLAINED OF HIS CANDLES DEING STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

ADDRESSED TO A PERSON WHO COMPLAINED   OF HIS CANDLES BEING STOLEN.   I've heard your candles they have stole,   Thro' darkness of the night;           But never mind, my good old friend; They all will come to light!            

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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LINES EXHIBITED IN THE WINDOW OF AN IRISH BARBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

LINES EXHIBITED IN THE WINDOW   OF AN IRISH BARBER.     To shave a living Corpse quite close, My razor does delight ; The weekly beard, tho' c'er so hard, I'll off with all my might !

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

Hi« HONOR the LIKUTBHANT (JOV.KANUR, ¡has thought proper, to ,dircttt lim all Public CoramuniCAÜöos which may appear in ih« - IHÖBA-RJ TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN XEPORIER, '(igood with any Officiai Signature, are lo ba confidorcd at Official Communieiüoni rnide-to thôfe Peifôns to whomihey may leiaté*. ., . ' , , J ' , ,' (BY COMMAND O,F Hi,a HONOR), SÀMOBL Hoob» Seer darf»

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OROGINAL POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

ORIGINAL POETRY.       A SUBSCRIBER to this Paper since its commencement, and for whose punctual payments we are under considerable obli- gations, along with the amount of his last quarter's Gazettes, has sent us the follow- ing Poetical Piece for insertion (which we hope will be a word in season).

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

The following improved method for the     management and increase of that most valu- ble animal, the Sheep, having been for the last few years practiced by a gentleman of long residence in Sydney with very     considerable success, we have no doubt if   the same experiment was made in this Co- lony by those swho are anxious for improv ing the breed of this useful animal, the re- sult would be equally great.     fi. Petibns p^ffcÍTetíof (lock will fini 30c to be 2He moflt àdv>nttgeoue rirmbar for a breeding flock ; and olhey if pJoflible to be equal in aga and ftrongth, as they will thrive and feed /the befter together. "2. Ewes that breed but once a year may flick te their lambs fix months, and thöfe in tended for rams, a month longer, if not injur* idus to ihe flock.' s ' . * 3. The midcflè of1 February ia the beft time to turn therams into ewe flocks ; and five choice .ama will "be found*...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

The flowing extrait of an -aftoniihing celerity intnanufa&ur'iiig cloth fp^a wager' of one thou fand guineas, wçcqpy from the European Magazine for May," i817 :- i "The attention of the town an^'peighbour- ( hood of Newbury wast lately excited to an , uncommon degree, in an experiment at- tempted and effected by, Mr. J/>hn Coxeter, J of Graham Mills, near that 'tqwn.-r-At 5 ¡ o'clock in the morning, Sir JohnTbrock- j morton, Bart, prefented iw(o ; South-down ( wether fheep to Mr. Coxeter, >he «.having engaged to make from their'^vool a com- f plcte coat for Sir John T. by nine o'clock J in the ¿vening. Accordingly the fheep were fborn, the wool fpun,' the yarn fpoolV ed, waflied, loomed, and wove ; the cloth ti K* '1 burred, milled, Vowed, dyed, dried, fheared, J and prefled, and pur; into, the hands of the tailors hy 4 o'ejpek, in fhe>fternpon, and at twenty. minutes,palt fix, the coat, entirely.j finiihed, was prefented by Mr.- Coxeter to i^ir John Throckmarton^ ¿...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—T. ARCHER, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 23 May 1818

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiftrate-T.. AR C H ER, ESQ¿ SHIP NEWS The ship Ann, Captain   John WILKINSON, Which arrived here     in December last from England, on a whaling and sealing voyage, and sailed shortly after put into Adventure Bay on Sunday last, to refresh. She has been to the coast of New Zealand and has procured 100 barrels of spermaceti oil. She chiefly comes here to procure black oil, the season for that article having commenced some weeks, and which promises to be a very successful one. She sails again shortly.           Sailed on ^hurfday thd fchooner Elisa- beth and Maryi'jACÔp&oHNN matter, For Macquarie Ifland i ina'' '_'," f Yè/férday/the) Henrietta; Packet Ybé longing toCaptam HOWARD), WILLI^^I SIMPSON mafterr for ,Pprt Dalrymple. . Remain ¡n the hacbour,, the íh i ps Duke of Wellington and Frederick i the-.brig Sophia (which will-fail to-morrow, if the wi...

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BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 May 1818

BRITISH EXT li AC TS. THE KING.--The fame attentions are paid to the King» in regard*to State, his Family, and the Medici Gentlemen ap- pointed to him, as in tht worft Hate of his diforder. Two King's Meflengers are ient daily fiom the Secretary of State's office, to Windfor, to'makethe neceffary inquiries. One of them returns to London the fame day, about one or two in the afcernoon, bringing with him a Bulletin as to the ftate of the King, and his general difpofiti on ; this Bulletin is taken round in a f mall box to the Prince Regent and the Mem- bers of the Queen's Council, who are fur ruined with keys to open it. Her Majef ty alfo, when in London, receives a daily account from Windfor of the ftate of the King. On her Majefty's return to W7ind for, fhe in general alights at the door of theCaftle leading to the King's private | apartments, and vifits him. In regard to hi» Majefty's private habits, the following facts may be acceptable :-His Majefi rifes about feven o'clock. After...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 May 1818

HOBART TO W N. Sitting Magiftate for the enfuing Week, Reverend ROBERT KNOPWOOD, A. M.| Beft Bread, per Loaf, 7d.; Houfehold, 8d.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 30th May, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 May 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 30th May, 1818.   THE following Constables, established in the County of Cornwall, by the COMMANDANT   of Port Dalrymple, are approved and   confirmed:-   Mr. Thomas Massey, Chief Constable.     Town Constables. 1. John Hewit 2. Thomas Beams 3. John Thomas   4. Thomas Barnett 5. Matthew Kirk 6. Peter Weir 7. Peter Pevey 8. William Camell 9. Samuel Baker 10. Samuel Day 11. Samuel Sherlock 12. Richard Wiggins 13. William Bray District Constables. 1. Thomas Stevens} At Norfolk Plains; 2. Robert Beams} At Norfolk Plains; 3. William Frazier, at Mr. Archer's Farm; 4. Richard Pitt, at Mr. Dry's Farm; 5. John Simmonds, at Mr Massey's Farm ; 6. Patrick Kane; at Mr. Gibben's Farm; 7. Thomas Maxey, at Gordon's Plains;     8. William Carey} Vicinity of Launceston; 9. T. Daly} Vicinity of Launceston;     10. John Cresswell} Vicinity of Launces...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 30 May 1818

His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GovERNOR has thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate.     (BY COMMAND of HIS HONOR, SAMUEL HOOD, Secretary.

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