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DETACHED REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 21 May 1824

DETACHED REFLECTIONS.. "O ! it's a vile world," exclaim thou- sands of people whose undeviating study seems, and whose general conduct   tends, to make it such !—" There's no pleasure in it," cry as many others, who crush each providential violet that fain would blossom in their way, and who appear resolved to enjoy nothing! Nor are these facts mysterious, for to the jaundiced eye all things are yellow : and human life being a mirror, which reflects the characters of all who gaze on it, self-opinionated ugliness becomes cha- grined of course, and if possible will destroy her faithful monitor.     Perhaps the most sublime and ho- nourable compliment that any monarch can receive from his subjects, is fur- nished by reliance on his public justice, in direct opposition to his private sym- pathy. Ignorance may affect contempt, for   phraseology it never learned ; and fools may impugn the wisdom which they can- not understand. But the fi...

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 — 28 May 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR,-" Our worthy Provost" has at length hit upon avery appropriate appel- lation for thefi.fa. His petty petulance throughout shews it to be a very tender subject indeed ; for I have no doubt, MR. EDITOR, that the majority of your readers are of my opinion, that the most tender point of the business is the pub- licity given to the costs, this tender feel- ing he continues to evince,"by his regret at not having pocketed, by the Deputy's j want of accommodation fourteen times the sum charged for possession money / But whether these Costs are right or wrong, Higher Powers may probably' soon determine. Sir, I disclaim the pal- try act, so meanly ascribed to me with' regard to the date of the letter; those only, capable of such pettifogging arti- fices, can entertain them of otheis ; the moment I was sensible of my mistake about the delivery of the writ, I hasten- ed by every honourable means to cor- rect it ; for 1" can easily satisfy you, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

DISAPPOINTMENT. As fade the mists of waneing night, feeïbre the flow of orient light ; As. fade the ruddy tints of morn, Tint sweetly streak the early dawn, E're" sol advancing on his way, Rolls on the earth the full born day: As fade the forms which fancy drew, With imagery ever new. In woodland shade, o'er bubbling brook, That bid the eye intently look, When from the chrystal flowing stream, Tne rising vapours phantoms seem, Or castle wall, or turret keep, Where caie-worn prisoners lonely weep, Or warrior fierce, of giant form, Ready those aerial walls to storm: As transieht as the Spangled dew, Whose big round drop to diamond grew, And decked with glitt'ring gem the thorn, And but to die Was only born : As transient, as the fleeting cloud, Which dared the sun's bright ray to shroud, To throw its shadow o'er the green, Which floating* o'er the glade is seen, As enViotís of the light it crost, And then in woodland shade is lost: As tiansient, flee the" dreams of bliss, And fleeting...

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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

British Intelligence. L B Windsor will be the future residence of his, MAJESTY during the Summerand Autumn ; the spring and v/inter will be passed in London and Brighton. We have much pleasure in hearing that her Royal Highness the Duchess of CLARENCE is in that state which promises an addition to the illustrious House of Brunswick. The New Museum, one side of which is now erecting for the reception of the Library presented by the KING to the Nation, is to be one of the largest qua- drangular buildings yet erected in the Metropolis. The interior area will be as large as Hanover-square. The build- ings are to be ornamented with granite columns of extraordinary magnitude. Unparalleled Pedestrian Performance. -A wager was made by Lieutenant ﻫrkcr, H. N^rof-4«oo ur'öGO guineas, to walk seven miles in one houi ! On Tuesday last this gentleman skirted on a piece of ground, about a mile and a half from Buxton. The first two miles he performed in fourteen minutes, and completed the seven ...

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 — 28 May 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Mr. EDITOR,-^ Permitme to «nquire, through the favourite medium of your Gazette, whether the owners of ferry boats, plying between Hobart Town Jetty and Kangaroo Point, are subject te any rules obliging them to convey passengers at stated times ? what (sup- posing them so subject) are those times? and what redress, if any, is obtainable for injury or inconvenience sustained by the public through unnecessary or ille gal detention ? I am, Sir, Your's respectfully,

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EPITAPH, To the Memory of Lieutenant Cuthbertson, 48th Regiment, 19 years in His Majesty's service, present in 12 general engagements, but unfortunately drowned at Macquarie Harbour, in an ineffectual attempt to save a Government vessel. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

EPITAPH, ^ó the Memory of Lieutenant Cuthbertson-, '4&th Regiment, 19 years- in His Majes ty's Service, present in 12 general en- gagements,, but unfortunately drowned at Macquarie Harbour, in an ineffectual attempt to save a Government vessel. Oll ! if departed worth er'e claim'd a tear ! Letifyem'ry pause ; and kindly drop it here, If Ibnd ifemcmbrance ever loves to dwell OH those sad scenes where noble greatness fell ; Thy fcdl O Cuthbertson ! yet hapless name ; Shall live emblazon'd on the roll of Fame ! Adocn the poet's most íomantic dream, Fito «¡ti his so'uli and be his moral theme. Some rays of former Glory ! linger yet, In-twilight radiance o'er the tomb to set I Undaunted spirit! oft has thou been seen Fqremost and bravest in the battle scene ! " Whet e at tby word fast binding man to man Thro' ev'ry rank electric vigour lang. When o'er the champaign like a baleful star Blaz'd the proud Standard^ofímpérial war ; " Oft to the charge the strug'lingf hosts return'd " ...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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TO ROSALDO. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

TO JIOSALDO. Scoff not a name!-'Tis-more than they Who feel ita mighty spell can say, More than a Byron's glance, perceives, Or evangelic faith believes : And richly sweetly dear, it is To bim who roams a stormy ocean ; For it can wake the Patriot's bliss, And rapturize each born emotion.-» ******* Yesy-^-wifh enchanting influence Depict infantile, innocence, t Contrast with'ev'ry foieign scene What home, for ever left, has been! And tell me, is it not a name Enkindles frigid niem'ry's flame? It is ! It is ! and oft its pow'r Steals solemn on the reckless hour, Divines the ills that may betide, Tho' pleasuic *5eems the soul to wed; And shadows in the blooming bride, Cypiess to wreath her widoio'd head ! Yonder'a the wild wave, on whose ciest The tfrne-blanclr'd vet'i an pants distress'd ; And deep! y groans,1 and grimly ponders. " While the yvracK he elinga to wandera .-* Name hut his child!' and with a start He. sinking bursts a father's heait. Anon, anon, the war-drum rolls The pu...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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SUPREME COURT. VAN. DIEMEN'S LAND, MAY 24TH, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

SUPREME COURT. VAN. DIEMEN'S LAND, MAY 24TH, 1824.   On this day the Court opened by adjourn   mont, when JOSEPH TICE GILLIBRAND, Es- quire, appeared, and addressed the Court to the following effect : "' I have the honour of presenting to this Court His Majesty's Commission, by which I am appointed to the office of Attorney-General to this Colony, and of stating that I am prepared to take such Oaths of Office as Your Honor may be pleased to administer." Upon this address, His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE expressed his satisfaction at the appointment, anid desired the learned Gen- tleman to take his seat at the head of the bar. The Attorney-General, having complied with the direction of His Honor, then rose, and addressed the Court : " May it please Your Honor,-It now becomes my painful duty, in the exercise of the functions of that high office with which His Majesty has been pleased to in- vest me, to present to the Court an awful catalogue of crime. " I feel it...

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To the Passengers of the ship Ardent. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

To the Passengers of the ship Ardent.   GENTLEMEN,-The receipt of your Address, inserted in the Hobart Town Gazette of last week, has been highly gratifying to my feelings. To contribute to the comfort and convenience of pas- sengers in a long sea voyage is certainly an arduous undertaking ; in so doing, I merely fulfilled a duty which I had im- posed on myself, and for which I ex- pected no other reward than that of be-   ing conscious,that I had done every thing in my power to give general satisfaction to every one on board. -In coming to this Colony, may your most sanguine expectations be realized ; and, wishing you all health and happiness, : I remain, Gentlemen, , your obedient servant, RODERIC O'CONNOR.

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TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

TRIALS. William Tibbs, the first prisoner who has been tried before this tribunal of justice, was put to the bar on an indictment charg- ing him with shooting at a black man, na- med John Jackson, on the 17th of January last, whereby the unfortunate man lost his life. After the evidence had been gone through, and the prisoner had made his defence, The learned CHIEF JUSTICE, in summing up the evidence, observed, that there were but two questions for the consideration of the Jury ; the first was whether the pris- oner at the bar was the person who fired the pistol, and if he was, how far he was justified in so doing. The Jury in a few minutes returned a verdict of -- Guilty. Tibbs has been only a few months in the Colony, and was well recommended on his arrival. TUESDAY. -- Thomas Callaghan and Ste- phen Farrel were next charged with steal- ing, on the 26th of December last, 40lbs. of . mutton, tbe property of Thomas Knowles ;   but there being no evidence produced agains...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. SIR, - Among the many and important improvements contemplated by our present excellent Governor, for the prosperity of Van Diemen's Land, it is to be hoped that the establishment of a Museum of Natural History will not long be overlooked. There is hardly any production, animal or vegetable, in this new and remote por- tion of the world, but is interesting to the Naturalist, and is worth collecting either for its rarity or beauty ; and whether we consider the facility with which they may be collected, by persons living in the Coun- try, or the trifling expence for which a suit- able place of deposit for them might be obtained in town, in either case it would be matter for deep regret if the many excel- lent opportunities, now occurring every day for forming a great public collection, were not taken advantage of. Gentlemen living on their estates would find it a most useful and agreeable recrea- tion in the leisure seasons of the year to colle...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

Sheriff's Office, May 27th, 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 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 3d of June, at the Hour of Twelve at Noon, at my Office in Liverpool-street, unless the above Executions by 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. ; likewise, a Bullock Cart and Plough. J. BEAMONT, Acting Sheriff. SALES BY AUCTION. By Mr. J. C. Underwood, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Monday next, the 31st Instant,   A Very extensive Assortment of FANCY TRIMMINGS, fi- gured and embossed Velvets, Reticules Fancy Cord Trimmings, &c. By Mr. J. C. Underwood At the same Time and Place, A General A...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, MAY 28. Sitting Magistrale—James Scott, Esq. Price of Bread {Fine Loaf, of 2lbs.....5d. Wheaten,..........4d. "Alphabetical Reminiscences," by E. H. T., will not interest the Readers of our Paper; neither will "Mortality," nor "Epieureaniem." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. ---------------------------------------           FRIDAY, MAY 28. Sitting Magistrate-James Scott, Esq. Fine Loaf, of 2lbs....5d.       Price of Bread wheaten, ...4d. -> " Alphabetical Reminiscences," by E. H. T., will not interest the Readers of our Paper ; neither will " Mortali-   ty," nor " Epieureaniem." SHIP NEWS.-Arrived on Saturday   last from Port Jackson in six days, His Majesty's colonial cutter Mermaid, Mr. Penson, Commander.-The ship Guildford was about to sail in a few days for our port when the Mermaid sailed. Sailed on Sunday last for Port Dal- rymple, the colonial schooner Liberty, Mr. Young, master, with merchandize. -This vessel returns to this port short- ly with wheat. Same day sailed for Sloping Island and the Bays, the colonial schooner Australian, with 20 men and four boats, on a whaling cruize. The s...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Hobart Town, 25th May, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Hobart Town, 25th May, 1824 SIR,-My communication of last week having been withheld, because it conveyed no fresh matter, it affords me much pleasure to have it now in my power to gratify you in that respect; and to inform you, Mr. Editor, that His Excellency the Governor in Chief, through the kind recommendation of our late respected Lieutenant Governor, has been pleased to direct the amount of the fi. fa. to be refunded to me.- Trusting there can be no objection to the insertion of this in your Gazette, I am, Sir, your obedient servant,   GEORGE THOMSON.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 28 May 1824

Government & General Orders. Brigade Major's Office, Sydney, May 12th, 1824. "IS Royal Highness the Com manderln Chief, with the Sanc- tion of His Majesty, has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, on the Half-pay of the York ' Chasseurs, and who has been appoint- ed Lieutenant Governor of Van Die men's Land, to servé as Colonel upon the Staff in this Territory. All Reports of; a Military Nature from the Troops serving in Van Dieinen's Land will hereafter be addressed to Colonel AR- THUR. By Command of His Excellency jor General Sir THOMAS BRIS- BANE, K. C. B. _J. OVENS, Major of Brigade. Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, May '¡nth, 1824. R. WILLIAM SEECOMBE is ap- pointed Assistant Surgeon for the District of Pitt Water, but will attend th« Colonial Hospital, Hobart Town, until further Orders. By Command of His Honor f^ ... «v The Lieutenant Governor, . ^©.pernment & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town,...

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JUNE. [To be continued in regular monthly succession, throughout the year.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

J-UNE. lio be contimedin regular, monthly suc-\ eesrsion,.throughout the year.'] \ i This month,was[.'under'/he.protection^' ofplercüíyi;_.;ïfe|name is;said^y sornp! to baye been given 'to it m hbnpr pí [¿lie[ jj-öü'tb pf'llbnie, in honorem*jynfyrwh-' Others derive,it. from.; Juno^'af^nofie, and this¡lettie opinion of 'OviqV ,," ,r ' .V'T^ere we're four- festivals op tbp^ist; .of 'J'úiie;.-' ' Onp'; ,to 'J^rsj'^lncft ' ? v^as ? hetá^pffthè ? city^t Because ' onJ'igii^, day gympie, .on th(B outsi^èpf.th^-gatjes, v^'ak^dediöate'd ib [hW by F^ ¡Quineys.; (Flip secohd^^^ :,C^ñ!a*í'.Whose'' office if was[to keep heal- thy* tije 'interior' of the body, and -ipi idrÎyè'trdubfésonië spirits ,frpm[ ttíe':,craT$' ¡dies, pf iélíiídrén: The iiiifd was^-tp. Juno, äürnamed moneta, to. accomplish ja vo\y4 vwbiiçiif Camillús,' had', ; made. pf Ibtiiidití^héí% temple. The fourth was : to ¡the 'lenipests; for among .tííe hèa-, «thens .'[every, thing was an' object of wpr-" ,ship.; A. tepipie * was rà...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JUNE 4. Sitting Magistrate—A. Moodie, Esq. HOLIDAYS AT THE BANK ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT. Price of Bread {Fine Loaf, of 2lbs.....5d. Wheaten,..........4d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

Hobart Town Gazette FRIDAY, JUNE 4. Sitting Magistrate-A. Moodie, Esq. -         HOLIDAYS AT THE BANK ON MONDAY   AND TUESDAY NEXT. Price of Bread Fine Loaf, of 2lbs.....5d. Wheaten,......4d.   SHIP NEWS.-Arrived from Port .Jackson on - Saturday last, the ship Guildford, Captain Johnson ; having on board the following invalids, from the 48th Regiment, viz. 3 serjeants, and 28 privates, with 7 women and 14children, proceeding by this vessel to England.-   Lieutenant Croasdaile, of the Buffs, who   also arrives by the Guildford, goes home in change of this detachment.   Arrived yesterday from the Isle of     France in 47-days, the brig Governor Phillips, Captain Maingy, with a cargo of sugar and wine.-Passengers, Mr. W. Walkinshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd.   Sailed on Tuesday last, the ship   Adrian, Captain Gordon, for...

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THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

THE SUPREME COURT.   MONDAY, MAY 31 - At an early hour, this morning, His Honor the CHIEF JUS- TICE ascended the tribunal ; immediately after which, James Buckley was arraigned for the murder of Solomon Booth. It will generally be remembered that our report of the Coroner's Inquest in this case elu-   cidated all the circumstances, and there- fore now we shall not detail them. But     we may say, that throughout our ex- perience of Courts, we never heard a pro- secution more dispassionately, or more ably conducted than this was, by the At- torney-General ; that the trial, which lasted until evening, elicited from His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE as admirable a charge as ever was addressed to a Jury; and that the whole proceedings were equally ho- nourable to law, humanity, and justice. After recapitulating the evidence, with much care and pronouncing a commentary on its most important bearings, the learned     ...

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To The Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

1ToJh.e Editor of the Hobart Toten Gazette. s ... J;>rj" ,v/\,'- :u]¿y.Ui :v:rr--y- :ÍOÜ ¡j i1gi0ii:::.v>^,.:-'^;i"^:;iJíí:K/''Áíí':5'-;^ «?- <>'':-'; jj c, SI R>^Haviiig, lately fj seen in, your Paper.añgoffet[of its^çol^ çusçlgn'j^a^ better mied,than with[ tppTcs which tend iq ij$prpye:^ an Opportunity . pf; saying.,a few wofds, to yqú^,mpre especially when,-1 *eacl your extracts, froni ,a< yery ? able, writer in.,the{ Sydney Gazette,/signing himself "Mp isiTOR^',' '-,\"é£f*xpr*\'<'.?7r~.\,***^-T/ / The cO.untry. folks jare much; indebted to¡you, for your judgment in ¡selecting that lettefc for pur jSeading.; manypf psj would not. have; seen it, if yp(u,had> not) dorie so ; itj'shewsjthatypu.are-deterr; mined > to ygive>every;facUity('in;,;your ¡Journal,; to; publications; that tend;to adr varice.the prosperity, ^hiJäStimplate the 'energies, : of, the people fiitt^eseÇolor hílese Butiiniuc.bas Ladmire the writer^. ¡I am extreme...

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