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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Mag[?]—R[?]v. R. Knopwood, A. M. Best Bread, [?]r Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

HOBART TOWN.     Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, A. M. Best Bread, per Loaf, 8d.; Household, 7d. SHIP NEWS.—Sailed yesterday for Port Jack-   son, the Derwent schooner, Captain Carr.— Passengers, R. W. Loane, Esq. owner, with Madame D'hotman and family. To-morrow the Jupiter, Capt. Ainsworth, will sail for Port Jackson, laden with wheat. The arrival of the Governor Macquarie from Sydney may be daily looked for in this Port. Wednesday last being the anniversary of the birth of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, when he completed the 56th year of his age, it was observed as a holiday throughout the Settlement, and celebrated with the usual de- monstrations of loyalty and joy. At sun-rise   the Royal Standard was displayed at Mulgra- ve Battery; from whence, at 12 o'clock, a Sal-   ute of 21 guns was fired: on this occasion also   a feue-de-joie, in extended line from thence to- wards the town, was fi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Southern Reporter, The
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. An article from Florence, dated July 26, says " An extraordinary event has taken place in this capital. Madame Therese Ceccherini died on the 2d instant, after being 19 months preg- nant. Her body having been opened, it was discovered that the child, a female, had been dead ten months ; it was not in the uterous, but was the production of an extraordinary con- ception, which had taken place in a species of tumour, occupying the centre of the hypogas- tric region. The child was found in a natural   position, some parts of its hands and feet were, materially changed from a healthy state. Medi- cal men have decided that the pregnancy was extra uterine, and that in consequence of a fall, the lady had received a violent   blow upon the tumour above described,     which caused extreme pain and occasioned her death.' Among the numerous charitable institu- tions in the City of London, there are eighteen large and well end...

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CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 15 August 1818

CLAIMS AND DEMANDS. THE Persons under-named, who compose   the Crew of the Brig Jupiter, leaving the Colony in that Vessel, request all Claims against them to presented for Payment, at the House of E. LORD, Esq. in Macquarie- street. - B. H. Ainsworth, Master, Mr. John Hebdon, Chief Officer, David Adamson, Thomas Kidney, Michael McLaughlin, Thomas     Lester, Thomas Lewis, James Coffee, and George Johnson, Seamen.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 22d August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government Houfe, Hobart Town,] Saturday, 22d Auguft, 1818. THE Practice which verv generally pit^aüs of Sottlerg fending in to Government their afligned Serrants without making; any Cbarg againil thom, or obtaining the "¡anàion o' a Magiftrate for ío doing ; and the neccffi.y of guarding a gai nil this Inconvenience in futiré Diftiibutions of Crown Servants, indue« His HONOR the LIBUTKNANT GOVERNOR to publifh, for general Information and Guidance, the Regulations of rhe Territory on this fuh )c&, which will be ftriilly adhered to and en- forced in future« in thefe Settlements, J. No Crown Prifoner, Male or Female, »ill be afligned off die Store (o any Settler, except fuch Settler (hall indent for the due Mainten- ance and good Treatment of the Servant for One Y»ar, which Contrnft can be voided only by th« Deciirn of a M H girt ra te. 2. Settlers wh> hold afligned Servants not indented, and who fhail after this Notice return any Servant or Servan...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has thought proper to direct, thati all Public Communications which may appear in the HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and SOUTHERN REPORTER, signed with any Official Signature, are to be considered as Official Communications made to those Persons to whom they may relate. (BY COMMAND OF HIS HONOR,) H. E. ROBINSON, Secretary.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 15th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

¡GOVT. AND GEiNEHAL ORDERS., GoVSftNMKNT HOUS*. HoBABT COWK, Saturday, Auguft 15th, 1818. 1 A Genera] Muller of the whole of die In hibitanti (Civil Officers and Military ex cepted) will t*k« place at the different Settle- ments on the Dayl herein-after-nimed, under the Infpeclion of His HONOI the LIXUTE» MANT GOVIRNO«, aííiíled by Mr. Acling De- puty AÍB'.tant Commifliry General ARCHIK, *nd A. W. H. HuMtHftar, Efq. Juilice of Peace. At the Secretary *a Office, Hobart Town, on Monday arid Tuefday, September 7th and 8ch; all the Free Men of evsty Defcriptior on and off che Stores, rofiding in Hobart Town and adjacent Dtílriéis on this fide of the River, including Queenborough io Brown's tf iver and North-weft Bay down» wards, and New Town and its Environs as far as the Black Snake upwards. On Wednefday, September 9th, al) the Free Women of every Delcriptien on and off the Stores in the lime Diflricl«. On Thurfosy, Friday, and Saturday, Septem ber 10th, nth, and 12th, alf the Male Pri...

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GOVT. PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 15th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

GOVT; PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'SOFFICH, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 15th Augufl, 1818. NOTICE is herby given, that it is the Inten- tion of the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR to fubntit for the Approbation of H is EXCEL- LENCY the G.OVERWOR in Cn i IF, propofalafor Bailding by Contradi a Wall round the County Gaol at Hobart Town. Any Perfons inclined to make Propofals for undertaking this Work, will '.JbeJnformed of the Scale, Extent, and all ne ' tenaty Partieuíárs at the Office of the Ailing »"'Engineer and Tnfpeclor of Works ; and all Pro , pofals containing Terms, &c. are required to be addrefléd, under Seal, to that Officer, on or be . fore the 30th Inftant'. ? ' Saturday,.22d Auguft, 1818. JOHN /WILSON is appointed a Confiable of the Diílriel of Hobart Town. By,Command of His Honor, , H. E. Robinfon, Secretary.

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

HOBART TOWN.                   Sitting Magiftrate-1 homas Archer, Efq. J SHIP NEWS,--On Saturday Jail carno tol* anchor in the Cove, the brig Sophia, Captain* Kelly, from whaling in the River; having, in * the fhort fpace of 3 weeks, procured 35 tons of oil. She has finca failed m the hope of being equally fuccefiful. j On Thurfday failed the brig Jupiter, Capr. ( Àinfworth, for Port Jackton, with a cargo of t 35 tons of oil (tranfhipped from the Sophia) 1 and nearly 800 hufhels of wheat. She conveya a thither two prifonera, fentenced by a Bench ofc Magiftrates toNewcaftle-one'for three, thet other for two yean. L CULTIVATION OF EAULY POTATOES.- « By a general and extenfive planting of early v potatoes, a very large fupply of this wholefomev and very nutritious root might he produced atr lea ii fix weeks fooner (perhaps in moil early fit* t uations two months) than th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

Deputy Affiliant Commiflary General's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 22dAuguft, 1818. THOSE Perfons who hold Pruroiflory Notes or Store Receipts, given out by me in Pay- ment for Provifions, ¿te, purchafed on account of the Public Service during the current Month, and are defirousof having them confolidated by Bills on the Deputy Commiflary General, are hereby required to prefent the fame at this Office on or before Tuefday next, the 25th Inftant. THOMAS ARCHER, Acling Deputy Affiftant Commiflary Orncral. POLICE OFFICE, 15th Aug. ibis. THE undermentioned Pnfoners, whole Names and Description, hive been inlerted in feveral former Galettes, being (till abfentfiom their refpe&tvo Employments without Palies, all Confiables and others are commanded to ufo their utmoft Exertions'to apprehend and lodge them in fafo Cuftody* From Hobart Town.-Henry Creffwell, John Walli!, John Peterkin, William Glover alias Leiter, and Thomas Perring» From Launcefton.-James Blake and Richard Baldwin...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 22d, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, August 22d, 1818. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR directs, that from and after the 25th Instant the         Ration issued to Women of the Civil Depart- ment, and Female Prisoners, victualled from His Majesty's Store, shall be Two-thirds of a Full Ration; being the established Rate of Issue to that Class of Persons at Port Jackson. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NO[?]CES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, 21st August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 22 August 1818

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Friday, 21st August, 1818. DIVINE Service will be performed on   Sunday next, under the Verandah at the Barracks, and will be performed there on   each succeeding Sunday, weather permit- ting, till further Orders. A Small Causeway for the Convenience of the Government Boats, having been con- structed at the back of the Store ; It is here- by notified that no Boats, except those in the Service of Government, are allowed to land there. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 22d August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 August 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS.! Government Houfe, H obart Town* ' Saturday, 22d Auguft, l8 J8. TtfE Practice which very generally prevails * Of Settlers fending in to Government theirj affigned Servants without making any Charge againfttr>em, or obtaining the Sanction <f al - Magiltrate for fo doing ; and the neceflity ofj guarding againft this frico n trenance in future Diftributicrts or Ciown Servants, induce H is HONOR "the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR to p ubi i in, for general Information and Guidance, the Regulations of the Territory on this (ab- ject, which will be'ftriâly adhered to and en.) ' forced in tufare, in thefe Settlements. 1. Mo Crown Prifoner, Male or Female, will **bè affigned ort the Store to 'any Settler, except * fuch Srttler ïhall indent for the due Mainten * %nce and good Treatment of the Serrant for "One Year, which Contract can be voided only * t»)r the Dccifion of a Magiftrate. * *' £. Settlers who hold affigned Servants not ' indented, and who fhall afte...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 August 1818

Hit HoHOR the LIEUTENANT GOVIINOK im thought proper to diraft» Uut all Public CoramunuutioM which may» »ppeir in th* flÓB/ÍRt lOWti GAZETTE, arid SOUTHERN REPORTER, íigoeci with any Official Signtture^ro.io ba canfidered M Officiil 1 " Communication» io ide to thule Perfons to whom-thcy miy relate. ' /. 4 .'k" * " (By COMMAND OF WJI^HO^OBJ)_^_*_'_??. E> R og i N t o w ^ Secretary>

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart, Town, Saturday, 29th August, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 August 1818

GO V ERN M ENT PUBLIC NOTICE«, .secretary's Office, Hobart, ToSrn, Saturday, 29<h Auguft, 1818. COMMENCING on Monday the 7th Sept. the Bell for aflomhling the Government Working Gangs will Ring at Six o'clock ; and the Hours for Breaktaft, and for leaving off Work, will be th" fame as heretofore, during the Summer Scaipn_ A Small Caufcwav for toe Convenience of the Government Boats staving been con ftrufled at the back of the Store; It ia hereby notified that no Boats, except thofe in the Serv- ice of Govrnmenl, areallowed to land there. By Command of His Honor, H. É. Robinfnn, Secretary. Deputy AfliilantCommiiTary General's Office, i Hobart Town, Saturday, 29th Auguft, 1818. AGREEABLY to the Public Notice of date thel&tnlnftant, HiiMajeftVe Magaeinet at this Station will be opened for the Receptiosa of Wheat from the Public in generaron fuef day next, the 1ft of September, and on the Thurfday following for the firft Week; after whitb the Sterte will bo cortiflucd...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS[?] Government House, Hobart Town Saturday, August 15th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 August 1818

.GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDEKS^ Government Houfe, Hobart-1ownj 'Saturday, Au&uft 15th, 1818. A Gereril Mufter of tho whole of the Inl h?bitmti (Civil Officers and Military exj . eepted) will Uke place at ihe different Settle* "snents on the Days herein-aher-atmed, úndei thölnfpection of His HONOR ihe LIEÜTEÍ »ANT GOVERNOR,¿flitted by Mr. Acting De-j puty Aflifttnt CommilTary General ARCHER, ¿nd \. Wé H. HvMtHHsv, Eiq. Juftico of Peice. AtthéSocrcUry's Office, HúbüxtTorvn, órf Monday and Tueiday« beptember» 7th and ,8th.; vail, the Fraa-Manof «very Delcription on and off the Stores, refiding in Hobart Town and adjacent Diftricts on this (ide of the River* including Queenborough lo Brown's River and Nôrih,weft Sty down» wards, and New TOWQ and its Environ* 'at far as the Black Snake upwards« On Wednefday, September 9th, all the Free Women of every Dolcripuon on and órT ihe Storea in ihe fimo Diftricts, On Thurio'ay, Friday, and Saturday, Septem* ber 10th, S Mb/and 12th, all r-the M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 August 1818

ONSALI, at the houfeof G. Armytage, Ar- gyle-ftreet, considerably much cheaper than at any other houfe in Hobart Town, the fol- lowing articles, for ready Money or Wheat on- ly.-A Variety of Piece Goods, Calicoes, Pun jums, Prints, Longcioths, CofTars, Dimity, Muf lins, Cloths, blue and black Cambrics, filk Handkerchiefs, white cotton Stockings, filk florentine, Ginghams, white and black Hats, Butter, Tea, Sugar, Tobacco, Soap, Cutlery, tin Bolts» Hinges, and numerous other articles. ^T O PICK is hereby given, that ali Sheep or i Cattlo found grazing on my Farm, or the adjoining Land located to Mr. John Lakeland, after this Notice, will he impounded, and the Owner er Owners profecuted to the utmoftfev erity of the Law, JAMKS GOR»ON. Pitt Water, Auguft28, 1818._ NOTICE. - All Persons who stood indebted to Captain John Howard previous to his   leaving this Settlement for Sydney, are requested to pay the amount of their respective     Accounts to ...

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HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 29 August 1818

HOB AR T TOWN. SittingMaiiIra^^HOMA7ßELL, Efq. . We are aflured by a Gentleman who has re- cently vifited feveral diftricts, that the late fine ana feafonably warm weather has greatly for- warded the late fawn wheats ; and that the wheat generally looks in a. more flouriihing ftate than has been witnefled in any former feafon. On Wednefday.George Fenwick Jackfon, a crown fervant, was charged before a Bench of Magiftratea with forging and uttering an order, purporting to be drawn on Captain Ferguson hy one Matthew M'Mahon, for the amount of li. Usi 6d. with intent to defraud the latter named perfon; which offence being clearly eftabhihed againft the prifoner, he was» fenten ced to receive l\)0 lathes, and to be lent to Newcaftle for the fpace of 6 year«. Mary Thatcher, a prifoner, ter felonioufly stealing 61 bs. of frefh mutton from His Majes- ty's flores while receiving her ration on Satur« day lad, wat Sentenced to hard labour in the coiaty gaol for three calendar months* ' AfTtlff...

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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, 5th September, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 September 1818

GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Secretary's QfBce, Hobart Town,] " Saturday, 5th September, isis. THOSEPerfona wh> hav« the lait Y ar h Id Licences for the Refailitig of Wine, Spir» its, or "Bier, are hereby informed that íucb oí thara aa.wiiha Renewal of their Licences for the eníuing twelve Months, are required on or before Monday he 14th lnftant, to fend in to this Office written Applications to that effect. Such Applications as may he approved hy His HONOR the LI Ï UTBMANT GOVERNOR, will be handed-over to the Bench oí Magiftrares cn)he Friday following, at the Hour oí El ven ©'Clock in the Forenoon ; Payment to be made for tjh« fame at the Time of Delivery, in Cain. ~ No Perfon who is dill under the Sentence oft he L?w wil4l be licenced as a Publican ; nor will any Confiables, Clerk», or other Perfons in the Service ot Government ; and, generally no Per- fon need apply whofe Application or Memorial is.not «accompanied with the mod fatisfaftory Teftimonial, to his or n*r good Charaf...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 September 1818

Hie HONOR *h« LIEUTENANT <iovi«Hoah*s thought proper to dir«&t «hat all Public Commumcatiûna which m*y appear in 4M'. "¿HOBART TOWN GAZETTES and SOUTHERN REPORTER, figntd with wy Official Signature, aro \o bo confidcred «a Official ^Communie*tioni made loJtt)oi» Patfoni to whomihcy may r«Ute. .'.:., (Hy COMMAND or Hia HONOR), H. B. ROBIN JOH , Secrttah/*

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GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, September, 5th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 September 1818

GOVERNMEN I'PUBLU; NOTICED Secretary's Office, Hobart Town, Saturday, September, 5th, .1818. TJIf AN l ED, to he fupplied br Contraa, for v * the New Church, from Sixty to Seventy Tkoufand Shingles.-The Quality, Period* of Delivery, and'orber Particular», may he known hy Application at the Office of the Aâing Engineer. .Tenders for fupplving the above to be fent in Sealed, add re fled, to the Ailing Engineer and Infoeâor of Public Work», on or before the 19th Inftant._ THURSDAY the 10th InfUnt, being fixed * for the firft Day of Mufter for the Crown1 PrifoiiTs in Hobart Town, that Day is to be confidered appropriated entirely to the muller- ing of the Crown Servants employed on the Government Public Works; for which purr.ofe ¡there wtll be no Lahor on that Day. CQMMENCINGon Monday next, the Bell for allèmbling the Working Gangs will ring at Six o'Ctock in the Morning ; at Nine for Breakfaft ; and at Ten for reiuming Labor ; which will be continued, till Three o'Clock, as heretofore ...

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