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

Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, April 22d, 1824. UNDEft the Authority of His. Ma- jesty's Secretary of State for the Colonial Department, Mr. JOILNUH. "WEDGE is appointed Second Assistant in the Deputy Surveyor General's De paitment, with a Salary of One Hun- dred per Annum from the Colonial Tund. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, April 22d, 1824. MR. JOHN JAMES is appointed Assistant to the Chief Constable of the County of Buckinghamshhe, vice Kirby. - WILLIAM MAYCOCK (Free) is ap- pointed a Constable of Hobait Town, vice Joseph Clare, dismissed for Neg- lect of D(uty. SAMUEL HEDDICK is appointed a Constable for the District of Caledon. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, _H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Government Public Notice. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, April 22d, 1824. ^ ENTLEMEN, desirous of having \Jf their Estates cl...

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 — 30 April 1824

xTo the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. "? SIR,-vi häve;to request you will in seit the'fqllowiMg'àffidavit, for the pur- pose of refreshing'Mr. Thomson's mehior ry, which rappeârs so very defective'in what"! consider the most iniportant'paír agraph of his last; letter addiesse,d to you'. -His not having had notice, that a writ of FieHiFacias had been issued, the fol- lowing will shew the ineoireetness ofthat assertion. v u Timothy ^.ngelq, Bentley! Deputy Provost Marshal, maketh oath, &¡ saith', on Tuesday, the 16th day of Marçhjast, he went to the River Plenty 'to levy an execution, in the cause of Stanfield ti. Thomson, and'that within a' sHoit' dis- tance of defendant's residence, at the corner of Mr. Jamiescm'Sj fence, he saw Mr. Thomson1; aucl, not wishing to in- convenience him by putting a.man in pos- session of his premises, deponent gave a. copy of the writ of Fieri Facias to the defendant, at the same time intimating, that it was usual to proceed'to extremi tie...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hohart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

To ¡the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette.' SIR,-Mr. Lascelles having kindly brought to my recollection several cir- cumstances, relative to the writ of Fieri   Facias, as adverted to by the Provost Marshal, and which at this distance of time I had unfortunately connected with the delivery of the summons ; I have to express my regret for having stated in the postscript to my last letter that the summons was the only communication I had received.                 I am sir you obedient servant George Thomson      

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. Sitting Magistrate—Afleck Moodie, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

              Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, APRIL 30. Sitting Magistrate-Aflech Moodie, Esq.             SHIP NEWS - The transport-ship Brothers, Captain Motley, sailed on Sunday last for Port Jackson, with the remainder of the female convicts brought in that vessel from London. - Passen- gers, Dr. Hall, Surgeon Superinten- dent ; and the families bound for Syd- ney as reported in our last publication; also, Mr. A.N. Drummond.     ,t tM,- friday lastbeing His Majesty's Birth Day, ivtwas observed as a holiday. At aun-rise the Royj,} Standard was hoisted at Mulgrave Battery, çmd the Union at JVIouutJSTeison., At noon a Royal Salute(>va» fired', and \ the detachment of the 3d Regiment (Buffa), under the' command (of; Msgor IMARLSY, fire4 a /gKi-ife-goie., ,_i TÜeVublic Meeting of the 20th iqs...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

To ïti'eEdi\or ¿fifre Hohart fownJGatèitei MR. EDITOR,--It is with much re* luctance I venture to obtrude myself up .on your notice ; ,but IJeel, under exist- ing circumstances, imperatively called upon,so t.odo. "A letter appeared in your tyst; week's Paper, signed " George Thomson, J, P" jelative to a verdict obained in, the Lieutenant Governor's »Court ; in. which Jt is stated, by the de- fendant-'? To his cost, he must yegretthis> AGENT neglected io pay in due, timeß -. \ i Npyr, having appeared a^s the ¿Solicito^ for Mr, Thomson in that cause,' should}] he intend to designate me his Agent, he j should do me the justice to áay, ho had} nev'er fürnisbed me with funds.' ' ' ' ~ ( . I am at á loss to understand what Mir. .Thomson can, nie,an by'his further'state- ment- " ¡ïVrtii with ¿he exception of^ a1 summonsimthéfirst'instance to appear-be- fore ity Cburt, he received no1 other com municàtioii whatever,1 until''he satohîs, farm advertised, in tjiè Gazette for sàlèi" (-HaçL't...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. —"NON, SI MALE NUNC, ET OLIM SIC ERIT." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

to the Editor of the Sydney Gazette. ?-»" NON, SI MALE NUNC, ET OLIM SIC ElUT." SIR, Il is genei ally allowed by men of* all na- tions, that the possession of powerful 'înentaj^ endowments, is a. great source* of .happiness.! ^or does the plausible objec- tion of some, which states that strong1 and cultivated faculties are îendered too sensi- ble to the miseries consequent upon human nature, invalidate the general concession. One of your côriespondents lately start- ed the notion of bunging up the rising ge- neration in a kind of barbarous ignorance^ But, to shew the sincerity of the advice, as well as its inapplicability, let the principle be fairly applied. Is, he¡ afatt/er¡? Does,he biing up his §on in ignorance of Ieiters?~ X should judge, by his abilities, that his 'connections are respectab{é (at'leást they ought io be), aud would enquire} whether he associates the hopes of the futher, and thcdarling-of the mother, with the honest, but unpdhshßd rustic, whose loud laugh speaks...

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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

British Intelligence., jfrlartiage in High Life.-On the 15th of September, at Berne, in Switzerland, ,a|j the, English Ambassador's Chapel, (,IL,qrd Viscount Sandon, eldest son of the Earl of Harrowby, to Lady Fiances Stewart, only .daughter of the, Maichi oness of Bute, an,d grand-daughter of the late Mr. Coutts. Upon this happy' occasion Mrs. Coutts presented her y|grand-daughter, wjüh £20,000, and to Loro! .Sandon £l00p a year. Sir R. Farquhar, late( Governor qf ^Mauritius, had > arrived at Portsmouth. Iî,e has i been succeeded in the Govern- ment QÏ that island byjSir Lowry Cplè. <, On ,the voyage home, Sir R.,Farquhar ,fl visited, Madagascar, to take leave of the ¡Chiefs, and was/removed with great cere- mony. Many-thousands of the natives % ,çn that occasio'n came a great distance in. #ie interior, all of them¡bringing pre- sents, with their own free will, as peace* , jOffprjngs. Two thousand well-dis-cip hnefí an,drwell-c!othed black troops fired three voljeys i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

"gTIÁRM to Let, containing 100 acres, ! JP, 50 of .whjçh are in,a statte of cul- tivation,^ situate within six, miles of Ho- bart Town ";" having a good .L)weiiing house, and otJier BuiiditjgH" erectlad thereon}, together ' with 'VVoiking' Bul- locks kno\iall necessary'li^pjernents of Agriculture jon the' Fàjm, .vyiiicli ijfyf eli worthy the attention or],ahy ñe>v Settler. Beside all these ,a.dyahJtá¿es, théVeísa fine gardéri.^For.refereïiçeio 'the'Pro prietor, apply at the Gá¿étté Printing '? office-:.:":V.;,V:^ ?? ^V:<^:::J.': ^'Û,E AT BARGAlksfbr ne^v Se> \jf tlej-s.-F9r,Saie-by Privatè.C.o.n tract, a choiçe,seleçtioh.qf STOCK, of the following, description^ viz.-JFrom í§0 to 200 Head of' HornedÍ Gattlej/of an improved English : Breed ; about ^00 Sheep.of the best Breed iii the Colony, having Merino Rams ruriiiing With them for the lastthrçe years; about 9 young Horses and Mares, 4-fit.for the .saddle. -jfor the accommodation of purchasers, the above ^rpperty Avi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

. Government'& General Orders. 1 ' ru6vernnientl Mouse, Hobart Town, , r'T ^ April 29th, IBM.' THEÇriminal Session of the Supreme Court, which, by the LIEUTENANT ^GOVERNOR'S Proclamation of the 26th j March last, stands fixed for the loth of ' May.'will b'e adjourned Upon the Meet- ing of the Court to Thursday, the 20tb DayxrfMay. t , J lu Ii^aD other Respects His HONOR'S -Proclamation of the 26th Aïarch last, -retriàinsin full Force; and in Conformity thereto, the Supreme Court will open \ and will enter upon the Whole of its Jurisdiction on the 10th Day of May. Ey Command of His Honor i) The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. .Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, April 29f/i, 1824. MR. ROGER GAVIN is appointed a Constable, attached to the Police ' Department. ' By' Command of His Honor , The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary. Government Public Notice. TÏJE under-mentioned Persons haie obtiiijjed Certificates, ana Tic...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 30 April 1824

Provost Marshal's Office, Hobart Town, April 29th, 1824         ïn the Supreme Court. Kemp & Co. v.Welsh; Patin v. Same; 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 Auc-   tion, on Thursday next, the 6th of May, - 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. Sterling per lb. J. BEAMONT, Provost Marshal. April 29th, 1824. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court. Weeding v. Dillon & McKay ; Atkin- son v. Same ; Same v. Same ; Brom- ley and Westbrook v. Same.   BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed in the above Cause...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. New Norfolk, 3d May, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Nevo Norfolk, 3d Mail, 1824. SIR,-I was in hopes my last letter, dated ,the.2Gtli ult. (but which date, for reasons BestMcnown to youiself, [was suppr*esse«&, 'would have tei minated'for the present this Hi. fa. bdsinejss.-^-In fhe language fi£wev$r ot Mr.-SoliAtör RbsfH^isViíh mach*r& luctance'I again veutuie to obtrude myself on youi notice, feeling imperatively called upon, in justice to myself to say, that aithotigh Iilidn^Tfurnish that Gentleman with*,*' funds." jt w us his own fault, for he cannot" but leco'lleet that I ofteied to go and hi ing him the amount ; to which he ; lepJicd^' it was ixoUthen necessary to give, ni)sell fuithei trqutyc^n&tarwquld^t tle the mallei?" IVhUWWs/imlpr'eáíon 1 left town ; and'had Mr. Ross fulfilled bia prdmise.müéhhiipltíaTs'ántdis'c'ussioifwoula^ have -been saved. tTo every impartial mind, Mr. Editoi, the laitci part of Mi, Ross's lettei, if uotthe-wjiole, must appear.totally» ...

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MAY. To be continued in regular monthly succession, throughout the year. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

l'i;o be contimtéd\iif regular monthly >suc- cession, throughout the year¡\ This month was uti der the protection of Apollo. 'It was called Mama, by y Romuluá, in honour of] the Rpman seua- ' tors anU nobles, \vho weie'dbiyomi'hate/i, majóles; ás the next'montíi vtas «ató'e^ June, in honour of the'youth;q£ T^'úie^ in honorem juidornm. ' borne, ".hWeveity derive the name1 of May trbm j?jata¿¿n& i i sr. _. ~_ <í»il.»v» U'i'juití'Avas On the first of the month, the sacred . rittis of the mysterious goddess, the Bona S?eá,f were[ performed with* gYeát pomp ' and ¥olAnnifcy¿ None but women,.were, allowed Wbe. present at^ttíesé rites, ánfd so'rigjd was t\e exclusion of ève'iy things mnsculine, tnat eve^i pictures of tlíe 'male' sex weVe'covercd with the, utmos't.darV. It was belioVed, that if these mysteriei'f 'were looked upon by a manche woitiîa% fbe struclf blind. ,; ' ' '"'^ J On the second, a festiva1! was hélcÇ hi honour of the Jy'ares.loy1 the fifeedmen' arfd-...

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STANZAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

*i^?.TMfâ& 'Tis Sjweet iíjf somefsequester'd dell ,, , To sit at evenings twilight hour, And tife'ar'thë distant gpspel bell^ 'Or1 View the sun's own closing flow'rl' 'TiMswé'èf'to'ttead the ocean shore ' ' ' ' HVhilb^gaiiy dañWlígonthb'wave,l! ' Cdmeithose wje,pi!ay'<edtoseeortcerraore,-' .<ß«t mourned as, in a wat'ry gi'ave ! , 'Tisiswcet toi scan an infant's smile »<? > ^f^tín.sjumbersealsitá eyes with bjiss, Áiífl on itsf rose-lips, void of guile, < The doatiuft'mother prints ber kiss ! But vSweeter far each captive feels, M^ould be a bieeze to waft bim home, Where all his1 Ji¿bes-now shame congeals, Wouldtmelt !fiand Ile no longer roam. " ï. H. T.

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ENVY, GOOD, AND EVIL. (ORIGINAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

ENYï(* GOOD, AND' EVIL.; LU '¡u.a'í ' (ORIGINAL1,)' '.' ' ' ^Êtlvy."- An envious and discontented man~is-_nexer-happy ;- he- is always' th^ilçingfof'irichefjiwhich he cannot en- joy, and troublingjiis pobriialf-distracV edUbjajn aboufc^yery one's private affairs whjehjlon't cqtjceni him :> Jiq,eveh envies thcjiqn|8st industrious man. ol' his self eax°eduidepend,ôn.çe> which is thegieat at bjessingva man(ean enjoy; andas, thejçovetqus old, miser goes wandering about heçq,,there,'and every where, he becomes; ,hk;e a plague iiif society, and his 4ea$ is» considered as, a, .happy rer lief torthe,qqpiraanity. {) ' -, " J?M7,-^J2v«ry!ionc knows, that a wise' majj profifce,th'by i^hç discourse of a< fool ; uHtlie!Î&,not alwaysiso fortunate as to prpJi^^byj^that) of, a ^earned rogujs i for, vçljile, h.e ,Jiis;Mpretending, the greatest friendship 'iiv/his^eonveisation, |ie>maj bp /mly,studying your own ruirç, by as- serting false and|enyiou;s misrepresenta- tions ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

/ > ^TO"CJORREißPONDENTS. Ñ'-s Poßtry ^s^npt sufficiently elevated for \ the subject. A.ß Jfines are not metrically correct, and cannot of course he inserted. ' vfEdonot olead guilty to the charge ofhav J tag i eceived' jrobkckBtl Communications ^VoWT/Z., without having -noticed them: ori the^coñtf>my,uto' judge by the hand umpnglSome efltkeni have been already inset ted,{{ andaothers arje only deferred _ through want of room._ " P^HiLprTJji^AA'iA has just come to hand ; , înît^wapt pftíffle witt not allow us to at i\tendftoii"thisy^ee%f, j ' i , ' Qoyimi}ii)CAT\q8ß,yinte}idedfor ins¡ei t,ianin íiPWJiR'tPP**! musti be sent to Hie Office by - Tucsßgy,evening>, ¿r they cßnnaC be inser- ted the same u-eek% 'li ' -

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Charter of the Supreme Court, OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of GOD, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith: To all to whom these presents shall come [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

Charter of the Supreme Court, OF     VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.         GEORGE the FOURTH, by the Grace of GOD, of the United Kingdom of Great Bri- tain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith :     To all to whom these presents shall come GREETING,       Whereas by an Act, passed in,the fourth year of our reign, intitled, "An Act, to provide, until the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and until the end of the next Session, of Parliament, for the better Administration of Justice in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, and for the more effectual Government thereof, and for other purposes   relating thereto :"—It was enacted, that it should be lawful for us, our heirs, or suc- cessors, by charters, or letters patent, un-   der the great seal of our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

.1 " .:,\k:..».\'.LT;'-.; .'g A.'/tir v/¿,. Tí!' ibeing,« inj,qpntera,platipn . torerprintj i^;thef Narrativa! of the|Cliie.f;^ttrocitlé,st. of Michael: .'JÉóíte'i; the vlate/^notoriofis} JBush/ Eiahgeri.ànd .his. .Cpmp^niqns, ¡ ttjie/ \ JRrintértwi^ &(&' indebj;eft;to ^y^Per^oJi t wbo can'furuish him wíthíanyí.u^pulíiisj^f ed :,m'cïaëntr;M&%ïte: thereto,; tliät; >vilU, mpíe-iihejPuM tq the Rejader¿ i:¡<:Jr;.--Y j.-iif; ,? -?;-Í;_Í. t:;-r~'j7; O be SOLD, or Exchanged*^*)]-; ¡ J. Sheep, a,rfine;"TiWiï;ht^; PjlANO .BORTE, < 6f. tlio J best;* linker -nearly nçyv','and in'exc'elieinij;or<|éV;V-^Apply to' : Mr:' Ji'TVCo^i¿dWMm^áy-streétííb ^AKM^TO: -urna !NÄAJR:TO*Äjitf jfji^/To be 'lieti onià.-jQlèa.ring'pr |Í;i)il,drf ing Lease, a Farm ofioO,Acres^/clpse, to, tlie¿8-mile¡.stonex.;: possessing, .tire, ^Ves,t /ÍRunafor Cattle or Sheep, in the Neigh-f bburhopd, with a neverifaiUngiS.trièam of, watery AMper¿or;ínqualityr,t94hatiUi...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

' ß$quisite<i.ßnc Feelings.*-T/£ puffingf p^rtneç, ¡fi a concern that recently made, ai pause, immediately after ,th)^ çirç/^n^ stance, ,-took ' p|ace, f acc^steçîf ;eyery ope his met^and Jcnew in thefpllpwing, man- der :-" Ah ! how do you do ; well yo,u have heard what Jias happened. Ah ! the creditors, gught'^toirejoice^and be thankful^ma-ttersate pot woise.''TrTb.rSi reminds us, of, tjlje fo\ileltof ai^ass, and a librae ;^thej formec,> after^capeiing and. I Pf a#c¿n.¿ a|?ou|¿ar3^pxhi§itirjg hjs^ga* j ríes in every public place, at length be .jCaine-heavily laden ; it went a short; way £-fctoppedii and>vas uriabj^.to ¿proqeedt fartber. The bufcthçn. was.takçn.oljF.itS' L backhand placeduOiiithat.of.tliÇ,horse. -Nosloonerudoiijevth^utheasssaid," Ah ! .If rejoice .With you, land/you ought ,tp be thankful1 jthijigs¡are, not woise." .The 'florae rejoined, j »thou unfeeling'wretch, Hhypugh ,thy folly, yanity, andjgnorance, "I atn undeservedly t to; carry, this i»eavy '...

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NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

4r\P. oj ^uifisNlG^Ttíf'ífríuí Olí ! lovely nighilmálm placidhxvejy night V Than day's full glaie,or sol's'i ays heaVen » Ttí i~ Arld Ry^leàVirïd srlv&y'brooks,7'thy tender gleam)-' 3^i> ~< JU/Í>J,< , ,c 1 K Soft melancholy wakes ! thy »placid beam Thei.musgs;rvotfrj^loves, Qh\! iSW^et' thp Of contemplation iürthe midnight Hour. * J Proimc-pai ent .of the true; subhme ! ¡ fyommfVß #ho knows 'hotvthyrsóft sway/ IicàVhs r sweetest bbonV à .' ' r r " ' Knows not,, alas I How fleeting .pass-r-how fl'Wóilr -° K? l ' iX ! ' -. IV » 1 ' v T'iéfmormîéutaf'ftyî^rfevrch'y and mfrthN Gone1 witliialirehth-Ädeath follows aimeir» .^ JbíttU.í!4jf 9'í p, j) < i ', ii , i DOjCsmeniorj' h^e^iosc past,,those fleet- ing hours, " i - £ ¡ WJienjoy^whsn JjaisJkous_j.oy, weie ever Ah! no from these she turns, these passes \ .,. y i/ ti IJ/ i / - i at i r *¡ i (, '¡ Tlîéii-'fêcbllection wakes'hot- syrhpathy.-1 But^lovoSî/s'Jie,>èVerj o'ei those ¿codes tb ' ,...

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MAY 7. Sit. Bagistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Price of Bread {Fine Loaf, of 2lbs..... 5d. {Wheaten,..........4d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 7 May 1824

Hobart Mbtvn^GrazetteÏK ^ FRIDAY, MAY 7. Sit. Blagütrate-jRev.Ji. (¡Cnopgoodjßl.A. n_s.~~ »1, j i FineLoaf,of2lbs:.., ,5d. frrtce ofUréad {.WheMen;.4d. SHIP NEWS.-Arrived this morning from Dublin, which she left the 13th of November, the ship Ardent, .Captain H. Clements, having on board 55 passen- gers. The Ardent touched at Madeira and Rio on her passage.   ! The brig Jupiter, Captain Thompson, * sailed on Tuesday last fo^Port Jackson T The colonial schooner Liberty, which   made her first trip yesterday with about 1000 bushels (half a cargo) of wheat from Pitt Water, will sail in a few days   for Port Dalrymple. On Sunday, the ship Heroine, Captain Ostler, will sail for the Isle of France, on her return to England, ou which pas- sage she will also touch at the Cape of GoodTIopei ' The brig Amity, Captain M'Meckan,   will proceed to Sydney in the course of next week.   Remain in the harbour, the ships Ardent ,Hope an...

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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