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SUPREME COURT OF CIVIL JUDICATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 June 1818

SUPREME COURT OF CIVIL JUDI- CATURE. JUDGE'S OFFICE, Sydney, May 22th, 1818. NOTlCE is hereby given, that in Order to     prevent the Necessity under which Suitors, Executors, and Administrators, Inhabitants of Van Diemen's Land, have hitherto laboured, of making a Voyage to Port Jackson, the Supreme Court has (with the Approbation of HIS EX- CELLENCY the GOVERNOR) appointed THOM- AS BELL, Esq. of Hobart Town, to be its Commissioner for the Purpose of swearing Affidavits of Debts or other Matter in Suit, and also for the Purpose of Administering the Oaths to any Person to whom the Court shall (upon previous Application through one of the Attornies oLthe Court at Sydney, or other- wise), have granted Probate of Will or Letters of Administration. JOHN GURNER, Clerk.

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knoowood, A. M. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 13 June 1818

HOBART TOWN.                 Sitting M agi fl ra te-Rev. R. Knopwood, A.M. SHIP NEWS.- On Sunday last arrived from Port Jackson, the ship Minerva, Captain JOHN BELL, with 157 male prisoners from Ireland, where she left the 1st   of January. A guard of the 48th regiment, belonging to Major BELL'S detachment, commanded by Lieut. VANDEHMULEN, forming part of the relief destined for Cap- tain N A I RN 's company of the 46th regi- ment, arrivedby this vessel.--Surgeon Su- perintendant, Dr. HUNTER , R N. - Passengers P. G. HOGAN, Esq. Deputy Assistant Commissary General, and Lady ;   Lieutenant C. J. VANDERMULEN and         Lady; and Ensign LEWIS, of the 48th regt. On Thursday arrived the ship Lady   Castlereagh, of 842 tons, Captain WELTDEN, with 261 male prisoners, all in good health, from Engla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

Hia HONOR the LUUTÍNANTUOVIINOR has thought property direct, that all Public Commumcatons which may appaar initho HOBART 10WN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, fignod with any Official Signature, aro to be confidcred as Official Communications mt de io thole Per fon s to whom* they m»y relate. (BY COMMAND OPHII HONOR), _ SAMURL HOOD» Secretary*

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PUBLIC NOTICE. Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th June, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE.' Deputy Äfliftant CommiíTary General's Ornee, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th June, 1818. A Supply of Winfer's Clothing having been received trom Head Quarters per Lady Castlereagh, an IfTue thereof will take place on Fiiday next, the 261I1 Inftant, to the Whole of the Crown Servants victualled from the King's Stores (excepting thofe lately arrived per the Ships Lady Castlereagh and Minerva, who re- ceived their Proportion on landing) ; and alfo to the Constables and Overseers in the Service of Government. The Serving will confift of the following Articles ; viz.« One Cloth Jacket One Pair of Clot* Trow fers One Cap One Pair of Shoes,&| One Cotton Shirt« And the Crown Se'vants, Confiabas, and Overfeers, to whom Rugs, Blankets, and Sheets vere iflued a ihort time back, will récrive im- mediately after jhe Slop-clothing has been 1^ fued, One Paliiafle each to complete their 5qit of Bedding. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS ARCHIR, Aftg. Dep. A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE. - The Commissioner of the Supreme Court in this Settlement will attend at his Quarters, at the Barracks, to take the Depositions of such Persons as may have occasion to apply to him, on Saturdays from Ten to One o'Clock. NOTICE. - All Persons are hereby cautioned against trespassing by Stock, falling Timber, or otherwise, on Cottage Green, as I am determined to Prosecute with the utmost severity of the Law, anyone so offending after this Public Notice. Cottage Green,} ROBERT KNOPWOOD.   17th June, 1818.     NOTICE. - A ll Persons, particularly Stock-    keepers and Carters, are hereby cautioned against grazing Stock, or cutting down timber on my Farm at New-town, as I am determined to prosecute any one who shall offend contrary to this Caution hereafter.   MICHAEL MANSFIELD FOUR POUNDS REWARD. - Stolen, on               the 1st...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY' OFFICE, June 20th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICE. SECRETARY's OFFICE, June 20th, 1818. ROBERT ELLIOTT and JAMES PITFIELD are appointed Overseers on the Govern-   ment Public Works. JOHN CAMPBELL and ROBERT ELLIOTT are appointed Constables of the District     of Hobart Town. By Command of His Honor S. HOOD, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

ERRATUM.—In the two advertisements   inserted in our Paper of the 16th ultimo, one respecting a promissory note being   lost, and the other offering a reward of two pounds for the recovery of a strayed bullock, it was by mistake mentioned Mr. John Morris, instead of Mr. Augustus Mortis. HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

The following important extraéis we copy from Sydney Gazettes to the 30th ultimo: " From Captain Carns, commander of the fhip Neptune, we learn, that he left the fhip Harriet, in which Mr. Alexander Riley left the Colony, at the Cape; from whom he has brought 15 male prifoners who had fecreted themfelves on board the Harriet. Five women vere alfo concealed ou board, who arc not re- turned. The male prifoncrs who had effected their efcape from hence in che Harriet, and returned by the Neptune from the Cape, were this day brought before a Bench of Magiftratei, and Sentenced to receive one hundred lafhes each, and worked in the gaol gang for iz calendar months. The following is a lift of the prifon er«' names: Henry Chambers, John Druet, Benjamin Oliver, John Coctírane, Robert Plum- mer, Joh« Skelton, Patrick Lowry, Nathaniel Ewer, Henry Moore, William Hollady, John Latham, James Quinn, Benjamin Little, Wm, Chapman, Thomas Edwards, and Mofes Sol- omon, a boy. It appeared from a written...

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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—T. ARCHER, ESQ. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 8d. Household 70. SHIP NEWS,-The ship Lady Castlereagh, Captain Weltden, will sail for Madras early in the ensuing week.   Remain in the harbour, the ships Lady Cas- tlereagh, Minerva, Ann, Duke of Wellington, Mary, and Frederick ; and the schr. Sindbad. In our last week's Gazette we forgot to mention that there had arrived on board the Lady Castlereagh a large detachment of the 46th and 83d regiments, under command of Lieutenant Elgee, of the 34th regt. on their way from Sydney to join the head quarters of their regiments at Madras ; also a detachment of the 34th regiment, under the command of Ensign Lax, of said corps, from England to Madras. Ann Burne, the unfortunate woman menti- oned in our last to have been missing, has since been found a corpse lying by the side of a run of water near the place where she so suddenly disappeared, A Coroner's Inquest was yesterday held upon her body, and a verd...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

MARRIAGES, -On Monday, May 18th, by   Special Licence, at the Church of St. Phillip, Sydney, C. J. VANDERMULEN, Esq. Lieute- nant of His Majesty's 48th Regiment, to Miss WYLDE, daughter of Lieutenant and Adjutant Wylde, of the same Regiment. On Tuesday the 12th of May, by Special Licence, A. HAMILTON, Esq. Assistant Surg-   eon of the 48th Regt, to Miss CAROLINE LYNCH.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

It is ¡mpossible to conceive a more univer- sal state of real and sincere mourning and re- spect than the Death of the ever to be lamented PRINCESS CHARLOTTE occasioned in Eng-   land. We have been favoured with the peru- sal of the Times and other London Newspa- pers, and from them it would appear that the   public mind was totally absorbed in that single subject of sorrow—every other was, for the   time, forgotten. One general sentiment per- vaded the whole Nation ; and by a simultane- ous operation produced in all parts the same effects.—The shops were all shut up for several days. Business of all sort was suspended. And the day, when the last sacred offices were performed, was kept throughout the whole Kingdom in the most solemn manner. The Inhabitants of every town and village assembled in their respective places of public worship, and there, humbling themselves before their Creator, sought the only consolation they could receive. The Thea...

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PUBLIC NOTICE. Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th June, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE. Deputy Assistant Commissary General's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 20th June, 1818.     A considerable Number of Prisoners having lately arrived per Ships Lady Castlereagh and Minerva, many of whom it is expected will be taken off the Stores by Settlers and others, in the course of a short time ; It has been judg- ed expedient not to make out the ensuing Half Year's Tender List for Supplies of Meat for the Use of His Majesty's Stores at this Station, until it has been ascertained what will be the exact Number of Persons to be continued on the Victualling List of the Settlement.   In the mean time the Quantity of Meat re- quired for the Use of Government, from the 27th of June to the 10th of July next, inclusive, will be received from the following Persons ;       viz.— 27th of June to the 3rd of July, inclusive. Edward Kimberly - 1000       William Ki...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

CAPTAIN BELL, of the Ship Minerva, in- tending to quit this Port in a few days, re-   quests all Claims may be timely presented. CAPTAIN BUNSTER proceeding to Sydney by the Ship Mary, requests all Claims on   him may be immediately presented. C. R. PARKER, Esq. leaving the  Settle- ment, all Claims (if any) are to     be presented. MR. JAMES REIBEY proceeding to Port Jackson per Ship Mary, requests all   Claims against him may be presented for  Pay- ment; and those indebted are likewise request-     ed to come forward and settle the same. JOHN DAVIS leaving the Colony, requests all Claims may be presented for Liquidation. ANY Person who may be in possession of a Sydney Gazette of June 29th, 1811, will greatly oblige the Printer of this Paper by leav- ing it a few hours at the Gazette Office. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD. - Where-     as on the Night of the 2d, or early on the     Morning of the 3d Instant, the Stock-yard of &a...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, June 18th, 1818. Military Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 20 June 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, June 18th, 1818.   Military Department. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GO VERNOR cannot allow the Detach-   ment of the 46th Regiment, under Com- mand of Captain NAIRN, to leave the Station without acknowledging their useful Services and general good Conduct during the period of his Command. To the zealous Co-operation and Exer- tion of Captain Nairn, and the spirit, activ- ity, and perseverance of the Detachments of the 46th Regiment, during a long and laborious Service, this Colony is indebted for the Extinction of the armed Banditti who had for Years plundered the Settlers, and for the Tranquillity and Security which hasnow during many Months prevailed throughout the Country. - In the Discharge of his Duty as lnspector of Public Works, Captain Nairn's indefa- tigable Exertions are best proved by the useful and considerable Government Build- ings which have been erected, and were in progress und...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

Hit HONOR the LIKUTSNANT GOVI* NOR lus thought proper to duett, that ali Public Communicitona which may appear in th« HOBART 10WN GAZET1E, and SOUTHERN REPORTER iigned with any Official Signature,aro to be coofidered .. Official Communications made io thole Ferions to whomthoy truy roUte. (BY COMMAND or Hr« HOWOB),

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

CAUTION - All Persons are forbade to   Trespass, by Stock Or otherwise on the   Lands of Colonel DAVEY, which are known by the Name of Mortimore, situate near New. town, and bounded by Sponsford's (now Mr. Gunning's) and Mitchell's Farms, and Go vernment Land ; as all Stock found trespassing     thereon will be immediately impounded.-The Undersigned hereby further declares, that he will pay a liberal Reward to any Person or Persons who shall at any time give Informat ion against any one who shall hereafter be   found falling Or carrying away timber off the said Lands. W. NEWTON ------                             t LL Perlon« arc hereby cautioned again ii <¿ * t reí palling upon my Farm, fituate and bounded by Blinkworth's Farm at...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

rH K Purchafcrs at the late Sales by Auction, on Credit of *he Gooda and Effects of the late Walter Lang, Efq. in my Agency, are re fpectfully requefted to furnifh me with tho Amount of their refpeftive Purchafes and Pay- ments (if any) ; alib the Amount and Nature) if" tho Securities given bv thein, for or on ac- count of fuch púrchaíes>-And they are hereby cautioned againft paying any Sumí on account affuch Purchafes, or tor or on account of any Securetiet, given for fuch Purchafes, to any Per. fon but myfelt,who am alone empowered to receive the fame. WM. JBMOTT.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Thursday, June 25th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN,   Thursday, June 25th, 1818.   HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR in CHIEF has been pleased to sanction and approve Lieutenant LEROUX, of the 48th   Regiment, being appointed to act as Coro- ner of the County of Cornwall. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, Samuel Hood, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

ERRATUM.-lnstead of the Rev. R. Knopwood heing the Sitting Magistrate, it is Major Bell. HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 27 June 1818

The following characteristic traits, copied from the Hampshire Telegraph of Nov. 24, of the late amiable Princess Charlotte, and the feel- ing and attachment evinced by the Prince, her Husband,on this afflicting and trying occasion, will be read with interest by our Readers. The importance of the matter will be a sufficient apology for the large portion of our columns devoted to this melancholy event: " The Prince Leopold returned to Claremont after the Funeral at Windsor, at two o'clock yesterday morning. "Claremont, Nov. 20. Prince Leopold, accompanied by the Rev. Dr. Short, arrived here at two o'clock this morning from Windsor, having left the Lower Lodge at a quarter past twelve. The answer to the inquiries this day is, his Serene High- ness is as well as can be expected.—The Prince has had very little sleep on his return home.— His Serene Highness has walked out for a short time this morning, accompanied by the Rev. Dr. Short. The inquiries were very numer- ous to-day ; among t...

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