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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 9. Sitting Magistrate—G.F.Read, Esq. HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON FRIDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 April 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, April 9     Sitting Magistrate G.F. Read, Esq. /HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON FRIDAY NEXT. This day, the 9th of April, His Honor Lieutenant Governor SORELL completes the Seventh Year of His Government of Van Diemen's Land; with gratitude the Inhabitants of the Colony   deeply feel that the whole of this lomg period has been marked by the unceasing efforts of our much esteemed Lieutenant Governor, for the advancement and im- provement of the Colony.         . Et-*'^îpv1^^^;^--Arrivèd: ort* Wëdnes^ <*dayii ^/.iEtfa:-." ./Máj'SsA' cPloñMl;?Buffei| ^'As^tëtahtCota^ rifante írown? , , . .. ,.. _!BWs ,_. . . ?fBr9^^'MrrRosè./'?* ;H',:V.1 ' '"*? j ~ aBa&éftàm'^^ the brig ^o^^á'ptóm^^éíI^P^sení #ers'v.;cMr.!^Pitman/ < sWr/ercargö,1'* Mri . Briggs.,- a^d Mr;.''^Prt. ^ _ . " j 'failed yesterday* mórniñgthe Austrat-' '^h/'X^i^í^ihip.. ,TW/¿^;;íCa^ta.in'...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

To the Editor, of the Hobart Town Gazette. Si a,-Haying beard it was the intention of the Agent, employed in the cause, ** Stan- field versus Thomson," to .reply to the pa- ragraph, which lately appeared in the Ho-, bart Town Gazette, I declined doing sev-»' however» as it has not'appeared, I think, it due to myself to request you will insert the following explanation of the way iii which the costs of the Couit, in the above cause, amounted to the sum of £7 12s. : In the fhst place» the verdict was given for £5, with á85 6s. for cost9 of trial, &c-To this is added, my costs of expenees; levy, poundage, &c.,Jas follow:- ' . Amount oiß.fa.... .£10 6 0 Service of/ fa.0 14 0 Poundage.0 T10 ,0, Tiavelling expences. .O 12 ' 0 Advertisement.,0 5 0 Possession money ..0 5 0-2 6 Ö £12 12 0 Of which sum (£2 6s.) I have beem put to the expence of £1 15s., making fh> profits of my fees only 11s., as follow : Paul foi horse hire.£1 2 6 Beputy P. M<a cxpenfes;.0*7 ty ...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

ToiheEditor of the Hobart Town Gazette. J SjR,-In reading last week's Gazette, perceived with much pleasure, that the Isle of France áud'Rio'de* Janen o have lately beçn found to ánswei as markets for oui wheat, Which, it seems, is, proiiounoed arojongst the best wheats impoited into those cbüntlíes. This must surely afford the settlers in Van Diemen's Land no small satisfaction-not only in knowing that such markets are now open for theil produce, butin it having been so highly praised in those countries, where it will command the preference, and the best price, although those markets may be glutted. But, not- withstanding , these important facts are" equally gratifying to every well-wisher of the Colony, yet it is my firm opinion, that jjt wüt-jae some years ere >ve shall be en- abled to spare any great surplus of wheat for such exportation trade, unless some change shall shoitly take place here, in- citing the settlers generally to give more attention to the cultivation Of this...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

LOST, about the 3¿st day of March last, between Morris's, Ferry and Jericho, two Merino Ewes, or onq Me- rino JE\ye with he? Lamb, branded W. A. with a pitch-brand on the near side, and a dot on the hip.-Whoever has found the sa^me, and will deliver them to T. G. GREGSON, Esq. Jericho, shall receive Five Guineas líewarcj. ; or any person givipg such, information as may lead to the recovery of tljeqj, shall he hand- somely rewarded,, by applying to Mr. KERR, Slated^ House, Hobart Town. ANTS, a. Situation, a STNGLK MATÍJ who has lately arrived in the Colpfly, from one of the northern cqunties of'England, to engage him sejf with a. ii y Gentleman in taking the Management of his Farming Concerns. -The Advertiser has, liad considerable practice in agricultural pursuits for up- wards of twenty yeajs, according to the most approved system of husbandly, practised iii the county of Northumber- land ; he has likewise been in the habit of buying, selling, and roaring the must approved bieeds o...

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GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, 14th APRIL, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

GOVERNMENT' AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, lath APMIL, 1824. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR hag directed, that the following STATE- MENT of the COLONIAL REVENUE of VAN DIEMfiN'S LAND, for the Quarter ending 31st December, 1823, returned (approved) by His Ex £f LLBNCYthe GOVERNOR IN CHIEF, shall be published for general Information. ßy Comtnand of His Honor the Lieutenant .Governor, H. Ev ROBINSON, Secretary.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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COLONIAL REVENUE of VAN DIEMEN's LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

ÛOLOJSÎAL REVENUE of VAN DIEMEXs LAND. Departments. £ s. d. SECRETARY'S-Secretary to His Honor the Lieute-? nant Governor ..........;.»... 34 IO 0 Assistant Clerk ....... v....... 6 l8 0 (Groyernnient Printer........ ...... 7 IO 0 f Two Cpnapositçrs. 6 Q 0 iQrderly and Messengers ,'.. 10 13 3 Stationery....!................. 10 11 ß Fuel. IO 0 0- 86 2 8 ENGINEER'S -r-Acting^ Engineer ¿................ 34 10 0 Principal Superintendent....;. 12 10 0 v Superintendents, Overseers,-&c.226 4 0 Stores for Works ...;...43110 9 Cartage and Boat Hire . Iff 2 6 - 720 7 3 JUBICIAL-rrProvost Marshal. 23 0 0 Registrar of the Lieutenant Govern- or's Court. 20 0 0 Assistant Clerk to Deputy Judge Ad- < ; . vocate. ?, 4 0 "ßarrack Allowance and Rent of -..'..> Omce, Proyost Marshal. 20 10 0 Carpenters' Work at Deputy Judge Aayocate's House.f ".. 6,4 loi' 3, pönY.ey4n.pe of baggage of Deputy v-v,,' Judge Advocate, and Expenses pf Corn and Hay on Jouriiies to'Porfc' Dalrymple. i.....

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ESTIMATE OF DUTIES. Collected by the Naval Officer, at Hobart Town, for the Quarter ending 31st December, 1323. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

ESTIMATE OP DUTIES. Collected by íAe Navql Officer, at Hobart Town, for the Quarter ending* 31*4 December, 1823. Brig Dragon - Ship Regalia - Lusitania - Brig Nereus - Ship Mariner - Mary - Admiral Cockburn Brig Thalia - Ship King George - Albion - Jupiter - Brig Governor Phillips Aun - Ship Greenock - - - - Mariner - Sailings of Foreign Vessels Duty on 6 Gallons Spirits, 15s. Ditto 113 - - 13s. 2d. )Ditto 115 - - 13s. Id. I - Sp.D.Cts. ¡Ditto J32 - - las.lid. 378 20 Ditto 245 - - 12s. 7d. 730 93 Ditto 123 - - 13s. 3d. 361 6» Ditto 107 - - 12s. 808 l8 Ditto 117 - - 10s. 9d. 301 80 PUtQ 112 - - lQs.7d. 284 48 Ditto 995 - - 10s. 2388 00 Ditto 352a - - 8s. 676 80 Ditto 125 - - 7s.Gd. 225 00. Ditto 265 , - 2s. 6d. 183 00 Duties receive^ fcom the Naval - Officer at Pott Daltymple, for the Quarter ending 30th Sep- tember, 1823 - 1872 6£ Deduct Naval Officer's Commis- 10643 27 sion 5 per Cent. - - 523 17» |'Balance_due Government - 1011100 E- E. E. E. BROMLÇY, Naval Officer* "Naval Office,...

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To the Printer of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

To the Printer oftheHobariToionGazette. " STR, ?. " The Gentleman you are pleased to call Literary, has no recollection of offering a Copy of the POEM alluded to, in your Ad- vertisement *; nor does he feel warranted in giving his sanction to its Publication^ without the consent of those friends whose names would necessarily be brought before the Public. "- . *"«*«jrf ' The Printer is induced to think, that the in- . sertion of the foregoing will howeverpro- i cure the consent of the parties in ques- tion ; and, he ti u*ts, it will at the same time suffice as an apology for having èx piesied an intention of publishing, with- out obtaining'their approbation:-But, injustice to himself, he must state that' the Advertisement was not inserted with- out the consent of .a highly respectable Gentleman, intimately acquainted with the Author. '* A Literary Gentleman, now »eftjed in this Colony, haning very kindly/offered' (at the suggestion of) the .Prater- of this Gazette,gratuitously, the m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

SHEEP ON THE THIRDS.-A íofc Landed Proprietor, in the Mac- quarie District, who has bred very large- ly, and some of the best sheep of the Colony," during tlie last five years, has room to'receive from 1000 to 1500 good Breeding Ewes, on the Thirds. The lands afford the very best sheep pastur- age, and are at a convenient distance from ^he Hobart Town market, to which sheep may in all seasons be brought in 24 -hours. The Advertiser's personal superintendence, with that*of an ex- perienced Shepherd, will be given, and from his possessing within himself every requisite for improvement of sheep, and his lands comparative security against annoyance by natives or others from their position,- a more desirable oppor- tunity for placing out good Sheep on the Thirds "cannot be afforded.-Address to ^^^ tor Gazette Office, SALES BY AUCTION. , , #y Mr. J. C Underwood, A,t his Royal Exchange Auction Mart, . on. Monday, the 19th Instant, without reserve, i , , J3 TWO Pajr qf yery superior tpell t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

Government & General Orders. Government Ltonse, Hobart Town, April \Qtk> 1824. FRIDAY Next, the 23d JLnsiant, being appointed foi the Celebration of His Majesty's Birth Day, it will be observed accordingly ; and the Govern- ment Artificers and Labourers will be excused from Labour. At Sun-rise the Royal Standard will be hoisted at Mulgrave Battery, and the Union at Mount Nelson.-At Noon, a Royal Salute will be fired, and the De- tachment of the 3d Regiment (Buffs) under the Command of Major MARLAY, will ¿re a Feu-de-joie, in Honor of the Day. The Assistant Commisary General will cause to be issued to each of the Non-eonmrissioned Oifieers and Sold- iers, One Pound of Fresh Meat, and Half-a-pint of Spirits, to drink His Majesty's Health; also, One Pound of Fresh Meat each to the seveial Classes in the immediate Service of Govern- ment. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H- E. ROBINSON, Secretary* Government Public Notice. fjBlHE undermentioned Persons have J...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 16. Sitting Magistrate—E. F. Bromley, Esq. HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 April 1824

              Hobart Town Gazette FRIDAY, APRIL 16. Sitting Magistrate - E. F. Bromley, Esq. HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON MONDAY. SHIP NEWS.-On Saturday arrived the ship Hope, Captain Norris, with merchandize. She left England the 19th of September, and the Cape of Good Hope the 18th February. Yesterday morning arrived from Eng- land the ship Heroine, Captain Ostler, with merchandize and numerous pas- sengers. She sailed from London the 15th November and from the Cape     29th February.     Same day arrived the ship Brothers, Capt. Motley, with 89 female convicts, and 56 free passengers. - Surgeon Su- perintendent, Dr. Hall, R. N. She   sailed from the Downs the 6th Decem- ber, and spoke the Triton on the 11th instant, 60 miles from land.   Same day also arrived the brig Ami- ty, Captain McMeckan, from Scotland, with merch...

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To the Landholders and Yeomanry of Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

To the Landholders and Yeomanry of Van Biemett's Land. . GENTLEMEN,-The deep interest of the subject, upon which I now take the .liberty .to address you, will, I trust, remove from me any imputation of pre- sumption, in earnestly calling your at- tention on the present occasion. A Petition, or an Address, to His Majesty, or to His Majesty's Ministers, , framed by a Committee of Gentlemen, , stating themselves to represent the prin- cipal Landholders, Merchants, and In , habitants of Van Diemen's Land, hav- ing for its professed object to obtain the Independence of this island (as con- nected with the Colony of New South Wales), will shortly be brought amongst you, and much exertion will be made to obtain the signatures of your names, and the subscriptions of your money. You, Gentlemen, the Landholders and Yeomanry of this Islaud, form the source of its real wealth; from your labour, and your exertions alone, can it ever become prosperous.-The Mer- chants, who derive their incomes fr...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR,-The object of the paragraph, relative to the cause " Stanfield versus Thomson," which appears to have given so much uneasiness to the Provost Mar-* shal, must be obvious to every one.-It was not only due to my own credit here, but necessary to shew to my friends and relations at a distance, that my farm, of 1000 acres, was advertised for sale, solely in consequence of a verdict in the Lieutenant Governor's Court, given against me in my official capacity as a Magistrate for £5; and which to my cost, I must regret my agent neglected to pay in due time.-As it appears by the letter in your last Gazette, that the " usual proceedings" only, were adopt- ed towards me, I ought not to complain ; 1 trust however the lesson will teach me for the future duly to appreciate the " unusual courtesy and civility" of the Prpvost Marshal. As his object ap- pears to be an " explanation" of the casts, the following are the items as stated in the account in ...

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THE MORN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

THE MORN. Sweet is the breath of morn,, when light With life creating beams ; * w « First o'er the mountains, purely bright, v At earliest day-dawn'streams. , Oh ! sweet with early foot to tread, . O'er ároinatic flowers ; When by Aurora, gently led, Approach the sunny hours. Sweet-scented flow'rs from gloom of night, Reanimated see ; Ascending the empyreal height, Of day the deity. The sun is up-all smiling greet, The birth-hour of the day, : His beams impart restoring heat; New life attends his ray. The fields are green-the birds rejoice, To love each bosom beats : In sportive rounds the lambkins play, The bull the heifer greets. AH'nature smiles serenely fair, " _ ,, Pastis tlie glooniof night,- - - r Fled are the sombre shade of care, Absorbed in beams of light. , ; But me, alas ! no joy can move, A frost has chill'd my breast : A cruel frost-ne'er to remove ! Has all my soul possest. Fast bound, in ice, of joy the spring, In ice for ever bound ! And summer suns, no summer bring...

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THE GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

THE GRAVE. THERE is a calm for those that weep, A rest for various pilgrims found ; They softly lie and sweetly sleep, Low in the ground. She storms that wreck the winter sky, No more disturb their deep repose,   Than summer evening's latest sigh, That shuts the rose. I long to lay this painful head, And aching heart, beneath the soil, To slumber in that dreamless bed, From all my toil. Keen misery stole me at my birth, And cast me helpless on the wild, I perish,-Oh my mother earth, Take home thy child. On thy dear lap these limbs reclin'd, Shall gently moulder into thee ; Nor leave one wretched trace behind Resembling me.

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To the editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

I To the editor of the Hobart Toion Gazette Sin,-I need not perhaps acquaint you, that the duty which is now laid upon the im- portation of Tobacco in these Colonies, al- most amounts to a prohibition thereof. lu consequence of which, I have reason to believe it is the opinion of many persons as well as myself, that the cultivation of this article now deserves the most serious at- tention of the whole of the inhabitants of this Island, especially those forming- that highly-respectable body, our Agricultural Society ; and more particularly so, as to- bacco has already been cultivated and ma- nufactured in Van Dieinen's Land with every possible success.-And, as the fol- lowing communication, giving distinct di- rections, as to planting and managing the crop of tobacco, may be found useful to those who are about to turn their attention to the growth of this plant, I have taken the trouble to copy it from a Colonial Publica- tion of the parent Colony, in the hope that it may be benefici...

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ENVY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

ENVY. I would not change an honest thought For envy's chosen, richest treat ; Nor give what might with dust be bought, / To sit in Envy's proudest seat. For Envy, pale and wan and old, Withers and shrinks'from honest men ; But loves the tale by malice told, And begs to have it o'er again. Oh ! wretched mind that wallows low In matters vile, and rakings coarse, Soar if thou canst, or deeper bow, And bite your object with a viper's force. The following has been sent to us for insertion: DIED-This morning, deeply lamented by her numerous friends, Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, wife of Mr. William Baker, thirty- two years a resident of these Colonies.

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OPENING OF THE NEW BASINS, At Sheerness. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

OPENING OF THE NEW BASINS, At ¿Micerness. Yesterday (Sept. 5) the ceremony of opening the new basins in the Dock-yards at Sheerncss took place in the presence of an immense assemblage of persons of all ranks. At an caily hour of the morning, the Royal Aitiilery and Marines on duty in Sheerness and the neighbouring depots, marched into the new. Dock-yards, Where they were drawn up in single liles, so as to enclose the area in which the new basins are formed ; behind the military lines wei e erected seats and raised platforms, which commanded a close view of the whole cere- mony. Sentinels were stationed at the diflerent avenues, and no persons were ad- mitted within the enclosure who were not piovided with tickets from the Ordnance establishment ; these tickets appear to have been liberally distributed, for ncaily 3,000 persons were seated upon the platform an hour before the ceremony commenced. The ladies were elegantly dicssed, and their gay appearance heightened tha coiip d'oil ii...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 23. Sitting Magistrate—James Scott, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

Hobart Town Gazette   Sitting Magistrate-James Scott, Esù\ On Monday afternoon the Funeral of the late Lieut. CUTHBERTSON, Com- mandant of Macquarie Harbour, took place. The corpse was landed from the Government schooner Waterloo about half-past three o'clock, at the King's Wharf, where the detachment of the 3d Regiment received it, and the procession - moved exactly at 4 towards St. David's Church. The Lieutenant Governor, the Chief Justice, the Deputy Judge Ad . vocate, the Magistrates, and Officers of the Settlement in town, and a consider- able number of the respectable lnha « bitants attended the funeral. The female convicts by the Brothers, who were selected to be left in this Set- tlement (50 in number), were landed from the vessel on Wednesday, in good health and order, and placed in domestic services. It is with great satisfaction we report the following addition to our fine wool- led sheep brought by the Heroine : Mr. Oakes has landed three pure Me- rino rams ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 23 April 1824

Provost MarshaVs Office, Hobart Town, April23d, 1824. In the Supreme Court. , Kemp & Co. o, Welsh; Patin o. Same; Hanbury and others v. Same. BY Vii tue of Writs ol' Fieri Facias issued out of the Honorable the Supreme Court, and to .me directed, I will put up and Sell by ^Public Auc- tion, on Thursday next, the 29th 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-Twenty nine Baskets of Tobacco, lying in His Majesty's Bonded Store, subject to a Duty of 4s. Sterlings per lb. . J. BE AMO NT, Ptovost Marshal April 23tZ, 1824. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. Weeding v. Dillon «fe M'Kay ; Atkin- son v. Same ; Same v. Same. > Y Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias tome directed in the above Causes, I will put up and Sell by Public Auc- tion at my Office, in Liverpool-street, on Thursday next, the 29th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, uuless the Execu...

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