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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 13th June 1818. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY*! OFFICE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 13th June« 1818. j Civil Department. HISExceiLBNCY the GOFÏRNOR having caufed an accurate Admeafurement and Description of the Height and Bearings of the Macquarie Tower and Light Houfe, tobe made by the Surveyor General, is pleafcd to order, that the fame bepubliihed in the Sydney Gazette, for the Information of the Com-, man der s of Ships or Veflels which may here-' after reform to Sydney Cove, in Port Jackfon ; and His EXCELLENCY further notifies, that this tígtí^JEÍoufe will be fumiíhed with Re- volving Lights ; which it will mew in about four Months hence. By His Excellency's Command, J. T. CAMPBELL, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

Hi* HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVUNOR lus thought proper to direct, that all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART 701VN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figocd with any Official Signature, ire to bo confidcrtd is Official Communications madcxo thoie Ferions to whom they miy relate. (ßy COMMAND or Hr« HONOR), ,' H. E. ROB IN sow, Secretary*

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DESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

DESCRIPTION. MACQUARIE TOWER and LIGHT, is fie u at ed on the highett Part of the Ouçer South Head of Port Jackfon Harbour, in Latitude 33o 51' 40" S. and Longitude *5t° to* $o"E. from Greenwich. The Height of the Light from the Bafe is 76 Feet; and »from thence to the Le\el ot the Sea 277 Feet, being a total Height of 353 Feet.-The Inner South Head bears from the Light- Ho ufe N. fey W. i W. diftant t| Miles. The Outer North Head bears from it N. by E. 2 Miles, The Inner South Head and Outer North Head, lay N. E. \ E. and S.W.|W. of each other, diftant 1 i-ioth Mile. The light can he feen from S. by E. to N. by £. Thofe lines of Bearing clearing the Coaft line \ a point each way, and may be discovered from a Ship's deck on a clear NiglitS Leagues. The North Endofthe Sow-and*Pig« Reef bears from the Inner South Head, $. W.;py W. ¿a Mile. £(. B.-The Bearings are Magnectic» and the Diftances computed in Nautic Miles. The Variation o° Eaflerly. (figned) J. OXLEY, Surveyor General. Sydn...

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EXTRACT FROM GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 6th June, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

EXTRACT FROM   GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 6th June, 1818. THE HONORABLE the JUDGE of the SUP- REME COURT having nominated THOMAS BELL, Esq. (a Major in the Army and Cap- tain in the 48th Regiment,) to be Commi- ssioner for taking Affidavits for that Court     in the Settlements in Van Diemen's Land. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR   approves of said Nomination. By His Excellency's Command, (signed) J. T. CAMPBELL, Secretary.  

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LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

LATEST BRITISH EXTRACTS. The demand and value of whale oil will be confiderably increafed ; Sir Humphrey Davy havingdifcovered, by chemical procefs,a meth- od of matting that article anfwer all the purp ofes of preparing woolen cloths. WATBRLOO BRIDGE, LONDON.-This ad- ditional ornament and convenience to the firffc city in the world, has an ingenious contrivance at each of the four-toll lodges, for the purpófe of checking the toll-keepers'difhonefty to their truft. The iron tum-ftyles, which admit of » only one perfon palling at a time, touch fome machinery which communicates with a clock locked up in an oak box in each toll-houfr, the index to which is thereby moved, fo that on * looking at it, the number of thofe who have palled is directly feen. The Manchefter paper fays that the flock on hand of manufactured goods, in the market of that place, and good yarns both twift and weft, is lefs by one fourth than it was fome years fince ; and that trade is reviving there. At Nottingham...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

SALE BY AUCTION, by Mr. LEWIS, at   his House in Liverpool-street, on Saturday     next, the 25th Instant, the following Goods:   Ladies' and Gentlemen's white Hose, Almonds, Wine-Glasses, Tumblers, Looking-Glasses, Jugs,     Basins, Wellington Boots, Cruet-stands, Tubs,       colored Thread, Tea-spoons, Harness Casks, Pad Locks, Cotton Balls of colors, Bushel   Measures, Spades, Needles, and various other things too numerous to mention. - Prompt Payment in Sterling Money. ADVERTISEMENT. - The Inhabitants and Settlers of the Island are respectfully informed, that the Remains of the Investment imported in the Ship Duke of Wellington,   Captain JOHN HOWARD, from England, are still   open for Inspection and Sale at the Europe Warehouse at Macquarie Point. A Credit will be given until the ensuing   Harvest, upon approved...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Efq[?] Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Houshold, 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

                HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiftrate-THOMAS BELL, Efq# Beft Bread, per Loaf, 8d. ; Houfhold, 7<L A new Guard House, Battery, and Habitation for the Signal-man, have bee» commenced   this week under the direction of the Acting En- gineer and Inspector of Public Works, on the south point of the harbour (usually called   Knopwood's Point) ; to which the Guns, hitherto placed on the Platform at Government House, are to be removed as soon as the Battery may be ready. On Monday laft were fent overland to Port Dalrymple, feveral artifans for the ufe of that Settlement. Mr. Affiliant Surgeon YOUNGE proceeded at the fame time to do duty at that Station. A Coroner'« Inqueft was fummoned laft Sa- turday evening at the Derwent Hotel, to view the body of T. R. Prefton, who came hy his death from a fall off of a horfe as mentioned in ousr Paper of...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 18th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 18 July 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN,       Saturday, July 18th, 1818, A considerable Number of the Town Allotments of Ground marked off to different   Individuals, for Building, by the Deputy   Surveyor of Lands, remaining untouched and   without Fences; It is hereby notified that in     compliance with former Notices on this subject, all such Allotments will be confidered at forfeited; and Mr. ALLCOCK, Superintendant of Streets, (who in the Absence of the Deputy Surveyor of Lands is instructed to mark off Town Allotments) will be directed to locate such as remain         unimproved and unfenced, to Persons now   applying for Ground to Build upon. THE Inconvenience whicn is found to arile from the various Applications addressed to His HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR being sent in, indiscriminately, upon all Days, and from the Anfwers not being regularly   applied f...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, SYDNEY, Saturday, 13th June, 1818, Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. SECRETARY'S Ornes,SVDNEY, Saturday, 13th June, 1818, Civil Bepatmeiit. H ISSXCBLIENCY the GOVERNOR, having cauíed an accurate Ad m .ra fu renient and Defcription of the Height and Bearings of the Macquarie Tower and Light Houfe, to be made by the Surveyor General, is plcafed to order, that the fame he publiihed in the Sydney Gazette, for the Information of the Com- manders of Ships or VeiTels which may here- after reíortvto Sydney Cove, ¡n Port Jackton ; and His EXCELLENCY further notifies, that this Light Houfe will be fartiiíhed with Re- volving Lights ; which it will ihew in about four Months hence, N By His Excellency's Command, J; T. CAMPBELL, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

His HONOR the LEUTEN ANT GOVI* NOR has choughi proper ta direôl, chat all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, iigned with any Official Signature, ire to be confiderad as Official Communication! raadexo thóíe Perfons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND or His HOWOR), H. E. ROBINSON, Secretar)/*

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

MR. GEORGE GUEST, sen. intending to proceed to Sydney by an early Oppor- tunity, requests all Claims t0 be pre- sented.

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DESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

DESCRIPTION. MACQUARIE TOWER and LIGHT, isl fituated on the highett Cart of the Outer South Head of Port Jackfon Harbour, in Latitude 330 5a' 40" S..and Longitude 1519 ¿6' 50"E. from Greenwich. The Height of the Light from, the Baie is 76 Feet ; and from thence to the Level of the Sea 277 FeetJ being a total Height of 353 Feet.-The Inner South Head bears from the Light-Houfe N. by W.jW.diftantiJ Miles; The Outer North1 Head hears from it N. by E.i Miles. The Inner South HeaoV and Outer North Head,,lay Nf E. I E. and S, W. f. W, of each other, diftant 1 i-iotb Mile.1 'The light can be feen from S. by Ej to N. by E.^ -Thofe Hnêj of Eejbtfng clearing tr\c Coaft linef a point tac h way, and may be difcovered from a Ship's deck on a clear Night, 8 Leagues. The North End of the Sow-and-Pigs Reef bears from the Inner South Head, S. W. by W. £ a Mile, N. B,-The Bearings are Magnetic, and the .Dißances computed in Nautic Miles." The Variation Q° Eafterlv» (figned) j. OXLEY, Surveyor General....

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PUBLIC NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 18th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

PUBLIC NOTICE. POLICE OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 18th, 1818 WHEREAS Henry Cresswell, a Convict, 5 feet 5¼ inches high, fair complexion,   black hair, blue eyes, born in Jersey, 28 years of age, was tried at London in 1817, and sentenced to be transported for Life, came from England in the Ship Almorah, and here in the Ship Pilot; - John Wallis, a Convict, 5 feet 4½   inches high, sallow complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, born in London, is 19 years of age, was tried in London in January 1817,   sentenced to be transported for 7 Years, came from England in the Ship Almorah, and here in the Ship Pilot; - John Peterkin, a Convict, 5 feet 6 inches high, ruddy complexion, black   hair, hazel eyes, born at Berwick, is 31 years of age, was tried at London in December 1815, sentenced to be transported for 7 Years, came from England in the Ship Almorah, and here in the Ship Pilot; - William Glover, alias   Lester, a Convict, 5 feet 6 inches hig...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

FEES received in the Deputy Judge Advo- cate's Office, Van Diemen's Land, includ- ing ali Expenses of each Suit of the following Amounts :-. When the Sum faed "for does not ex- £ J. d. ceed One Pound - . o o 6 ïf above One Pound, and not ex-, , * ceeding Two Pounds - - o ' i o If above Two Pounds, and not ex . ceeding Five Pounds \- - o 7 4 ¡ïttDove Five Pounds, and not ex - ceeding Ten Pounds - . - o 14 8 If above Ten Pounds, and not ex ing Thirty Pound» - - 1 10 4 If above Thirty Pounds -_- a 14*4] PROVOST MARSHAL'S FEES. j For every Summons,'where the Sum does not excerd Two Pounds - o 2 o If above Two Pounds, and not ex- v j ceeding Five Pounds » - o 5 o If above Five Pounds, and not ex- , | ceeding Ten Pounds - - o 10 o If above Ten Pounds, and no1 ex- I ceeding Thirty Pounds - . o 14 o If above Thirty Pounds - . o tÜ o For every Bailable Writ to the De poty Provoft Marmal . * o a 6 For every Bill of Sale - - 1 o o Five per Cent, on levying Money For adverlifingiuthe Hobart Tow...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood. Ship News [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

H OB ART TOWN. Sitting Magiftrate-Rev. R. Knopwood. Ship HÜ News The Derwent fchooner, Captain Carr, which failed from tim Port on the nth of March for the Jfle of France, with 32 head of horned cat- tle, the property of the owner of the veftcl (R J W. Loaned Efq.), returned hither on Mondayl laft, with a valuable cargo of merchandize from that place; having performed her voyage in 18 weeks and 5 days» She landed the cattle, with the exception of two, in perfect health. The brig Jupiter, Captain Ainsworth, laden wich wheat from Launcefton, is hourly expected I in port ; and will, we underftand, fail in a few days after her arrival for Port jackfon. Remain in the harbour; the brig Sophia (whaling), and the fchooner Derwent, t By the arrival of the Derwent fchooner, we have to lament to ilate that the Ide of France bas again been vifited by another dreadful cal- amity» Captain Carr ftates, that during the latter part of the month of February, it had been uncommonly fine weather, conti...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 25th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 25 July 1818

GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, July 25th, 1818.   HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, is pleased to approve of Serjt. Thomas     M'Guire, of the 48th Regt, being licenced   to Sell Spirits at the Barracks, for the Accommodation of the Troops at this Station.   It is to be understood that this Licence   extends only to the Military, and that selling Spirits to any Person but a Soldier, will subject the Keeper of the Canteen, on Proof before a Bench of Magistrates. to the Fine fixed by Law, as well as to the Loss of his Licence. JOHN HOPKINS is appointed a Constable of Hobart Town, in the Room of Matthew Osborne, resigned. Saturday, July 18th, 1818. A considerable Number of the Town Allotments of Ground marked off to different individuals,             for Building, by the Deputy Surveyor   of Lands, remaining un...

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

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 25th July, 1818. MR. JOHN LAKELAND is appointed an Af- fiftant under the Acting Engineer and In- spector of Public Works, and one of the Super- intendants on the Establishiment, subject to the Approbation of HIS EXCELLENCY the GO- VERNOR in CHIEF, in the Room of Mr. WAL- TER PEERHOUSE, who resigns. By His Honor's Command, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

Hit HONOR the LIEUTENANT ÜOVEANOR has thought proper to direct, «ti*Lall Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figncd wuh any Official Signature, «re to be conüdertd as Official Communications nude io thóíe Ferions to whom they miy relato. (BY COMMAND OP HIS HONOR,)_H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary*

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

HOBART TOWN.           Sitting Magistrate-Thomas Archer, Esq, SHIP News.- The schooner Henrietta Packet, belonging to, and. commanded, by Captain Howard, sailed on the 18th instant   from Launceston for Port Jackson, with a cargo of wheat and meat. The fchooner; Sindbad, Mr. Payne master, isftaking in wheat at Launceston, for Sydney. The ship Ann, now whaling about the heads of the River Derwent, had taken 21 whales when the lad accounts left her ; which was on Thursday week. We undetstand that she is shortly expected to cometo anchor in our harbour, preparatory "to her proceeding direct   to England. The brig Sophia has already been fo far successful, as io have caught two whales.   Remain in 3ho harbour, the Derwent fchooner, which will fail ihortly« for Port Jackton«

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LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S COURT. Monday, 17th July[?] Newby v. Poters. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 1 August 1818

LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS COURT* Monday, 17th July; Newby a* Peters, This was an action in which the damages were laid at fifty pounds; and which excited coniiderablo intereft* The Court was crowd- ed to an uncommon degree. It appeared that the Plaintiff, who is an officer to the Pfovoft Marmal of thia Colony, did not fue for dam- ages ai luch, but only as an individual who cönfidered h«a life in dangar from the threats ¡oHhe Defendant. The Plaintiff listed that, inlhe execution of his duty as an officer of the Provoft Marina!, he had occafioo to e*> ccuic i\ fieri facias un the gooda ot a perfon ¡at 1hat time on the premiies of the Defend- ant ; and, while employed in ihia duty, ho was obftruâed by the Defendant, who with threata prefented a piftolto hia breafh In pronouncing the judgmentof tho Court, the Deputy Judge Advocate remarked that tho Plaintiff, as an Officer of Juftice, waa alwiya fubjecVto confidence obitru&ioni in the dif charge of his neceilary duty ; and as thi...

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