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

To the Printer of the^Hqbari Town Gazette. J i J$JRv ESpiToRi'^T.he[iridu.lg'ent atten tion.yôù/ar,è \ybnt to pay suggestions pf intendëpTutility,c emboldens iriê to s-ul>Éui.t tb[ë fpliqyving.remarks, in which.[tb« majority.of house-holders I well toów coincide; namely, that in a/-¿own [so expanded as this, a Central Market is pressingly required, .not/alope becáüge it wd.uld/-secure/^ ¡gular arid just .supply .pi.[ pfrpyin¿iai. iprpduee, but also because/itlfwoula re-[, {strain the system. of/hawkingV[which' [ha,? long b.e'en/;dfteply'[i/'deplÖrea asJ at/ once, affording uniritér^qpte/d'faç^ the, sale/ pt'stolen, poultry,['àh^;/a8J-/9uibii-. jjecting the respectaDle jpppf ríariuerí»¡ho came/to tpwnpnce á y^éSèfc/with"a'brace/ of fpwlsi a roasting pig, à .few dozen ¡pt eggs, or^ perhaps'spme fruiti in pra\eftp/ .procure a little cash for^the riur chase of. tea, sugar, <&c., to insults çand; refusals at nine houses/, out of ten. ^Besides, .Sir, what' lady wp^d;...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

ßytt!itrfJ.& Uindertaooshv o » At the Royal, Erhänge Auction Meat». on YloniUy next,4he ftthr Instant,-'n >i 4'BOUT 40 casks of very supçrioi , BOTTLED POÎRTÎ^R, by ,the dozen ¡or cask« <j i <¡ , > u , i i! «-*- i I t if* * iBy Mr. J. C. Undemoqdi , >i At thZei same,Tune and Place, " ^ A Variety oí HARDWA&E, cíosis-. £úxt and» hand sawsjjeartbeuwauej flannel'drawers, anda Variety ofmei chandize, to close consignments. ni« is »J ¿s.«. t 1 io c \ o ,. JByMr.J.T.Vollieptt, " Tr A"tWsJtVlariV, in Murrây-st'ieet; JoA f ùbV day next* the Stb'^utU a'tlâVClock : precisely, bait of the Gtteöft4 qtËD uWARb 'A'BÍbff, 'Esq.'Depííty Judge "Actvocafe,' andJthe residue of Pro ' peí ty of other Persóiís Of Öistmctioh, leaving'the. Colong'viz. VWoBtélegaÁt fchimtíey Olàsè, late j\.h\j îmjfiorteâ, 48 'ins. Ey. 27¿ ; Í2 hdrn4?omé¿ ro*se-wood chairs, }a set oí betí-room'di^to; a sét of heà't Wihddw curtains; with coi dishes ; two drawing room sófasí'with c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town. June 2d, 1824. MR. RICHARD MADDOCKS (?ree), is appointed a constable in the District of New-town, and to take Charge of the Government Domain. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor,   JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary.             Government Public Notice. THE under-mentioned Persons have obtained Certificates during the last Week :— Certificates. Lawrence Higgins Guildford Edward Hall Lady Castlereagh JOHN MONTAGUE, Secretary. Secretary's Office, June 4, 1824. Commissariat Office, May 24th, 1824.   BILLS OF EXCHANGE.—Ten- ders will br received till 12 o'Clock on Wednesday, the 9th of June, for Bills to be drawn on His Majesty's Treasury against Spanish Dollars : and it is re- quested that the Premium per Cent. may be defined in Words at Lenght, and each   Tender sealed and endorsed "Tender for Bills....

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Hobart Town, 3d June, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 4 June 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Hobart Town, 3d June, 1824. ' SIR,-When a man has the worst of an argument, he frequently loses his temper, and finishes the dispute with abuse ; such appears to be the case with Mr. Thomson ; but it is not my intention to descend so far, I shall therefore strictly keep to the point. Mr. Thomson has thought proper to at- tack me in my official situation ; surely he   might have paused before he had done so, for no man lays more open to attack than that worshipful Gentleman. However, he has contrived to convey fresh matter to you (" that His Excellency the Governor in Chief, through the kind recommendation of our late respected Lieutenant Governor, had been pleased to direct the amount of the fi. fa. to be paid him," )from the Police Fund, I should apprehend, Mr. Editor, and not as Mr. Thomson roundly states, re- funded; that would at once imply that I was compelled to return the amount of the verdict, which was so fairly and jus...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 June 1824

IMPOUNDED, at the Pennyroyal Creek, a brown Cow, with a AV hii,e back and tail, and an indistinct mark lesemblmg either a W. or M. on the near shoulder, and a red Calf with white back; also, a bioAvn Steer, with1 white legs and tail, marked T. W. on the near hip.-The Owners may havq them b,y paying ttyp expenses, and if not claimed within 14- days, they will be sold. J. POAVELL, Pound-keepei. f IMPOUNDED; at the Macquarie District, 3 brown, 1 brindlçd, 1 gtjey, and,l magpie coloured Bullocks, branded on, the near hip 1$. j^. & %. W.S. on the horns ; 1 brown heifer, 1 black and white ditto, 1 red» ditto, 1 magpie ditto, and 2 brown Cows, bianded T. W. on the off bip ; 1 black ÇOAV, and 1 Avhite ditto, branded W. T. on the near, hip, and. £ Çalves, sa,m'ç brand ; 1 Steer, with a notch in. the right oar¡ and split in the left, no brand.-Unless the above described Cattle are claimed withiu 14' days, they1 will be sold to defray expences'. ' f ' ' J. ÏÏVX?kwTiiORN, Pound-keeper'....

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 June 1824

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Lines on beauty" are so utterly devoid of it, t at in pity to Lothario toe shall burit them. " Ali Essay on Emigration" by E. H. T. is acknowledged, and will meet atten- tion. " Thoughts on Drunkenness" huvsjust ar- rived ; but they are expressed in such culgar idioms, that were tee to publish them, OUR SOBKIT2TY might ivelbbe doubted. " fihilomatkes" will <^$r» to accept our thanks, for his truly valuable-papers, xvhich ke moy assure himself shallnot be neglected. ' » J R. \V.'s Epigram is under consideration ; t but even now we may assert with Pope, tjiafi " 'Tu hard fo say if greater want of ¿kW, besheutp in writing or in judg- ing ill r A Coal River Settler's reply to Mr. E. H,, Thomas, on the subject of ferry-boats, shall appear^. ' The Letter of "A Reorder," on a Read i ing Society, we have j;ead with appro- bation; but it cannot be inserted at present ; neither can the suggestions respecting a tomb for Lieutenant Go vernor Collins. " t . . fc3~...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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THE SUPRIME COURT, MONDAY, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 June 1824

THE SUPREME COURT, MONDAY, JUNE 7. Owen Reardon and William Tydey were       arraigned for the wilful murder of John Street, in Glenorchy, at the farm called Ab-, bottsfield, and in the month of July 1823. There were other counts in the indict- ment, by which each prisoner was charged as an accessary before the fact; but these   being of course contingent on the first two,   which imputed murder, we shall merely premise that the purport of their several allegations in brief was, that the deceased   had met his death by being thrown down and receiving certain bruises; or, by being     thrown, and having a chimney maliciously   pulled down upon him. The prisoners pleaded-Not Guilty.             His Majesty's Attorney-General (J. T. GILLIBRAND, Esq.) then rose, and opened his case for the prose...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JUNE 11. Sit. Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 June 1824

Hobart Town Gazette FRIDAY, JUNE 11.   Sit. Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. _*> It will be seen by Government and General Orders in our front page, that His HONOR the late LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, and His HONOR the late DEPUTY JUDGE ADVOCATE,will,amid becoming honours,embark to-morrow on   board the Guildford for England.--The   circumstance of these two distinguished Characters leaving this Colony in the same vessel, must doubtlessly impart to them amutual pleasure ; and most earnestly we pray that all their future hours may be blest with the radiant beams of health,felicity and honour! The Farewell Banquet, in honour of   our late Lieutenant Governor (Colonel SORELL), which was given on Wednes- day we understand to have been shared by HIS HONOR, Colonel ARTHUR, our present LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, by most of the Magistracy, and by nearly one hundred gentlemen Landholders (many have purposely come from Port Dalrymple: all of whom wer...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 June 1824

Goverriipent& General Orders Government House, Hobart, To\on, ,) JuneAOlh> 1824. , ^CS^HÓNÓH CotoNELSOUELL, late Lieutenant Governor of this Colony, having signifia his Intention to embark for England on board the Guildford on Saturday, the 12th Instant, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, the Lieutenant Governor's Barge will be in Attendance at that Time, at the King's Wharf." ' j Major MARLEY will be pleased to Parade "the Detachment of the Ruffs on the Occasion, for the Purpose of pay- ing the usual Honours to the late LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR, on His HO- NOR'S Departure.-The Detachment will proceed to the King's Whai f, and theie receive His HONOR with pre- i sented Arms. A Salute of Seventeen Gun,s will be j fired, frpm Mulgrave Cattery, on His HONOR'S quitting the shore. The Government »Artificers and La- bourers will be excused from Work on that Day. By Command of Ills Honor The Lieutenant Governor, JOHN MONTAGU, Secretary. Government & GeneraLOrder&. G...

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To the Printer of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 11 June 1824

To the Printer of the^Hôbari Town Galette. Síjí,-You will1 oblige several re- spectable Landholders in the Macquarie DijätjW» yoúr'subscrifjers, by inserting' the subgtançe pf a speech delivered at the Dinner of a select party of Land Proprietors, given >at the Grove Inn, New Norfolk, on Wednesday, the 9th instant, in hqnour of the late Lieutenant Governor, as a principal Land Proprie- tor dniorigit them.-Upon His ^Honor's healfl» ßeing drank by the President, the foJlpwijig /speech was made : *f The'distihguished Individual whose services the Golony in general have led to'as general testimonies ' of gratitude arid'rtíspectj^'ia'láHd proprietor of this district ;-$-hp is abouj; to leave our síiorés forihis^naJjwccpVnJry, and I think there is not one of us but wishes he should carry with him: the* assurance of oui high Regard for his great talents, his unchangeable urbanity, his immoveable integniy.' ^nd his unceasing anxiety for th^puj^c.gpjop^.'^displiiyed in his ad- ministradlo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 June 1824

"7 ' ' < TO COfcAESiTOiDENTS; "' Sitye*&rè. ¿oWd tW't'elt1 "'A'PHILOSOPHER,? ^tfiVianomt ffMàuMM. *;,; ' -' * /5 J -V VifrséáT'fitl Kanfefu,Öuiitin,1)]by'a stdcfó ^Hjée^r^àr'e'^ç J&A'»W>e; Úut ,JÍ" tïïeirdr.e.VLbbJe'oiir-iomnrehèftsion.' ' j '?fpfyiàfeïte^TeWn <fe'ÜV &!>&'th'ak v-1: ;,fef «V t\e fotfèmès'OfïpWlîiïgmtiide. Au ^l.^^èiUhè'aaeMe'd'W/ijf ide finden 'iíU .\nauirijl ifiàtiûs iùlèHs'yorrect; ' ",A ! ,_ _ ... at léast' <.; foWnuëars oidl^rVi'de tibiar"t'. Tóidn

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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 — 18 June 1824

To the Landholders inna Yèômanfy ófi ,V C Van piemep,'s,Lajid<-^ i GENTLLMEN,-'Inthe G-aaette of the 23d April5, A took theihhèrty lof 'submitting to you a few observations op the subject of a proposed Adfdress tp His Majesty, praying that this Island may become totally inde- pendent df the Government of New South Wales/ The'liberty which I then took in 'so-ad* dressing you, was succeeded by a reply, ' the results of'which are sufficiently knowp, ¡ to render any; allusion to them unneces-' saiy; j and the anxious p^esire I have to see the peace and haiwony of the community 3 restored, which(has been, I hope and' trust, Only'terAporarily intert up ted, would also rehder it at this time unfitting, I) pass* Over then, all Which has »ince occurred in silence ;-r-T barbour no vindictive, feel-, mgs ;-I feel np rAsentment ; and the only j object I have, in now pbtruding myself* upon you, is to redeem the pledge given in my letter of the,23d April, which, it is S,aid, has "rende...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 June 1824

5«= / pti mV'GráWi df'SÖO äcrps, 'situate in' "¿bri» pottom,, and, adjo^mg my Mmeç jgrput,, will ;be pro^ecpted, acporping to, ' &»W" ' ' ' <>f' ' .' J. ItpPJERTSOy, >?«¡ff TANTBD»/ al sbbèr « honest JÄfaÄ, V V as an OVEKS EEB. on a Farm. -/»-Apply at the Gazette Office. SA L fe^AB¥m#líCT' ION. ^E3m?B-N»IVEiJG»ATa!LEoSAL;EfÄ | if previously disposed of Vy P^iyp/tp j .Y_l<peigivert,fiyh;}->.'»o»a <r.Yr /uoy; ;;(.'-iU.:-,;M | f^'NE^ÓH'ühdred îiîîeadvofi .vieisyrifitíé, fer-'Yohïii'COWS^Heifers. iwCalf, uM'SfôètëfFftm^ M'íBÍ^. Ä5BM^s^Thè;';âWè ! ißattiejrnay. fe ¡JftsÇftcM £rpmvday-light ¡ pntiliip¡p'Clpçk;inthe jyTprning^gi:Tr;onij t&o'Clock-in ¿he!Aifternppn ¡nntu<daij^ j during-thöfintermedíate! time, at Ootosav 4'iaiïêu from ¡HobaTt'TWfl,1 where; they' are^öw running. v'on .'" ¿TA L J'-'-'idt> ¡iüyi'.'>,;,;.^...üj ^.iPi^n.üO'i oj «i ,rn,>; hú^r ei ji r'i-Li'..' Jj-'iii-L iií^rT:l4'te 'l^i'ií vu: »ii j 01»...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. New Norfolk, 15th June, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 June 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. New Norfolk, 15th June, 1824. SiR,-As you have thought proper to   admit into the columns of your Gazette a query, insinuating that I had been guilty of gross imposition towards our late Lieu- tenant Governor,-I must request you will allow me an opportunity to state in reply thereto, that the memorial, or masterly petition, originated entirely with that dis- tinguished Individual, and that I am au- thorized by him to say, that the view he took of the proceedings of the case, was founded on the very report of the Court itself.                             Although the amount to be refunded, re- paid, or returned to me, (whichever you please) embraces both verdict and ex- penses I shall only observe, that as the fi.fa. trade appears to be a much more &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 June 1824

\ ilJUihrGovernmeM Housed Hobart Towd3 ÍT lffitîTte?rA,NT'JBtteRNB%M';ofthè aaltet': oih» ,.¿ui jf ) J <.> Í ? i «MU ' >6xBfl 'Chtnmand of His ¿Banar u . j xJ> i *\ o < / ;t(í%e &i<nitetiant>Gàvernùr, bQQV(ei;níiient &, ¡General Orftgrsl uhr ' t Go\)ernni¿ntiH<xwe,>HohartTown\ June 16í/i, 1824. i MKWÍ^A^WARTPN (Free) is I apjtoitíted.fcQ;th«r Office.of Super* mténdeW'ài MactyiaHe Harbouí, vice ."Mi*. l?ouglltós??w1tó'is allowed to resign, ^t yXjH 'VömtiatldW His faofior j J ^ficXieuienant^ Gfovejlior, \ nnaO r. noyftHJf.jJVIgiy^qp,' 'Sèc\etanf\ - Government & General Oíd ers i £%oémm¿& Af¿ Hpto. ÏW) 1 Mi t lili«) 'f ?r+liL. "LU .ii * Jirac loíA, 1924. » ALL public .Departments,, eníi|tle4 to Stationery) ¡ will \a future çend à Requisition» fortthe .Approval of thç 'LÏBÙTEÏÎ!A!NT GOVERNOR, and tile '¿ame will be supplied fiom th'é Sèbièta^ T>». Offic¿s * * l ' ' , '>'B)j -Voinvnaftd of Hi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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THE SUPREME COURT, FRIDAY, JUNE 11. REX, on the prosecution of R. L. MURRAY [?]. MEREDITH and others, for Libel. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 June 1824

THE SUPREME COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 11.   REX, on the prosecution of R. L. MURRAY v. MEREDITH and others for Libel.   The Court was crowded at an early hour   by well-dressed and evidently of most respectable persons, who seemed extremely anxious to hear the trial of this interesting cause, which had for some time engrossed the public attention, and the result of which was expected to prove in the highest degree important, not only as involving   the limits of freedom in fair political dis- cussion, and the legal line which severed them from the confines of persononal detrac- tion, but also as embracing the devolpe- ment of existing law with respect to a cer- tain large class in Colonial society, whose rights, claims, and privileges had before been subject to doubts, cavils, and misre- presentations. The matter charged as libelous was contained in an Advertise- ment, dated "Committee Room," and pub-   lished in our Gazette...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JUNE 18. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 18 June 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. Î FRIDAY, JUNE 18th 1824 Sitting Magistrate-G. F. Read, Esq. SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday arrived from England, the ship Alfred, Captain Laughton with merchandize and 22 pas- sengers. -The Alfred left England the 15th February, and touched at Madeira and St. Jago's on her passage.       Same day the brig Snipe, Capt. Haigh bound from Bengal to Valparaiso put into port, leaky. *? «,:fThe shi^Guildford, .Captain Johnson, j bailed pn,Sunday last for England, with ..IJthe^cprdial .gopdwishps of the, Colony^ , ;i:Üa^ingipn bqard Their. Honors our late Lieutenant Governor, and the, .Deputy, ;??. JiUdge^AdviQcate^t/ .,,? . ? y" T..^ -^iws^y^^]^^' ¿j; 3 o'clock; : His HbnbV &bl^ ] ' ' G^ve;r$or/of the' (C.píony,' embarkisd oh ] .^óaVflJthl<feüild^rdii>ji:,'Eh^änä^Hib j '' 'í:Hpn%jÜeüten^nt 'Operator'Ä^TÄ'ITJI^I ' acçoinpaniôa 'by r the Chief JústiceV the " 'ÖipScefä a^'ä: Magistrates j and nearly ,the '*! ' Whole of'...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. JUNE 16th, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

Ta the Editor of the Hobart Toten Gazette. ' SIR, JUNE 16th, 1824: ¡ I was happy to observe ih last week's ¡ Gazette, that two individuals, wbb have' sent home some of our Colonial pro'duc tions, were made honorable mention of, because nothing oan tend more to rouse a spirit of enquiry into the uses and pro- perties of our indigenous productions', & 'excite a persevering industry in'the ap- plication of them to some useful pur- pose, than ashare of public praise. To your former list, it<gives me pleasure to add another hamey that of Mr. THOMAS 1 ScbTT, of Liverpool-street. For a con > siderable period he has been, at great |e\peuce, engaged in the manufacture of 'Leather; and it mhst have given him gieat pleasure to'be able to send home ¡specimens of his manufacture, remarka- ble not only for their beauty, but for the ¡excellence of Uieir texture. His, dress- ed hide, calf, kangaroo, cojdpvan, and harness leathers were allowed by those ¡skilled in such things, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

TO CORRE^POÎfDENTS. [. A TiUvr.i.UJR has much obliged us lyMs hind advice, and if possible it shall be adopted next year.-We hope to hear from him again. * WE have no wish to blight the hopes of our Correspondent, who signs himself "A Bun ;" yet, un the Muses''t bower, toe se f i rionsly think he will notpr,ove a Blossom., , BO* As the tyne of the Gazette is always i broken np (or distributed, according io the Printers' phrase,)very soon after the Paper is worked off, it is particularly rc qupstedi in ordeïdo prevent disappoint i ment, that those Persons who wish tjieir ! Advertisements lo be repeated, willsignir > fy their instructions, in writing, at the bottom of their respective Advertisements accordingly» ? ¡ ¡ ' Printed ano) Published every FRIDAY-, hy AN DREWcBENT, ait» his New Printing offices in Elisabeth-street ;. where all , Ad vei tisoraents'aud^ommunications are 1 reneived.-rPrice, £% 12s* per -annum, in Town, and £2 15s. if sent hy. Post, or £2, if paid in advance.<...

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SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 25 June 1824

SONG. In distant years 'when other arms Around thy form are prest, > &amp;lt; phi heave'one fond regretful Mgh j For lum thy! loVe once blest! > ' Oh ! drop one tear ftom Uiat dark eye That was his guiding light; &amp;lt;? And'caßtthe same deep tender'glance 1 That thrills bia soul to night ! i And Oh! believe, tho' dark his fate, ! And devious his career, fThe music of that gentle voice j Shall murmur in his ear : And ruffing over bis dark heart, J Like morling bieeze of Spring, jäh&amp;U stiU Lthe tempest of his ¡soul To halcyon murmuring.

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