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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazatte. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 July 1824

To tlie Editor of the HobartTownGazatte. Sir,-Assertions are like promissory notes, very easily issued; and, alas ! too many of both are absolutely valueless. In fact, every written dogma is, asito the subject it involves, a literary pledge,) 1 and every reader has no less a claim for ! its rational confirmance, than you have on me for half-a-dollar, if (which I hope is not the fact; you hold my subscription for that amount. These remarks, Sir, aie induced, and I humbly conceive justified, by an ar- ticle on "poets and poetry," contained i among several interesting selections, in a late number of your Gazette ; ¡ for although I do not rank with either my Lord Byron, or any of the other children ,of song, whose genius is impugned in the essay, alluded to, I admire their attributes, and desire to vindicate them. In the first place, Mr. Editor, that men become poets thiough early par- ticulars of thought, is an allegation that alone deserves attention, for its novelty and ignorance. In...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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THE SUPREME COURT, OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 July 1824

THE SUPREME COURT, OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAN1>. On Friday last, Mr. Joseph Dixon and Mr. John Grant, who are Gentlemen well known, and equally ícspected, weie tried oh an Information filed by His Majesty's Atiorney-General, at the instance of Mr. Thomas Atkinson, foi having striven to piovoke him to fight a duel with the said Mr. Dixon. The evidence was satisfac- tory, and notwithstanding a brilliant haran- gue from Mr. Solicitoi 1)\wes, on behalf of Mr. Grant, the defendants were found -Guilty. We thus briefly report the above, not only because ive find that the least said on such subjects is soonest mended, but also because they are in no way calculated either to please the immediate parties, or edify the Public. ?vJTlie_following- cases stand over to the next Session, viz.-> Thomas Riley,.Murder. Hem y Burgess ^ Samuel Chaddick ( 73""."7",", William Ganett (.Burglary. Riehaid Bruin * John Horne .Larceny. I Mid-1 Caftey .{ftS*? Joseph Thomas.Larceny. Henry Yates.Assault. w11. ti i...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 9 July 1824

'SONNET.' I dreamed-I saw a little rosy child; ' , ' With flaxenringlets, in»ágarderí playing; ? Now stopping'here, and'then afir off' straying, » , . 4 Asiflower or butterfly his feet beguiled, 'Twas changed ;-one summer's day I» stepp'd aside, To let him pass :n his face had manhood's seeming; > ' <" And that fulf e\ e of blue .was ondly earning ',, On a fair maiden, wk'óñv he'called'"'his bride!" 1 ' ! r * ", i} Once more ;-'twas evening, ond-the'cheer ful.firc . ' / . i ^ I saw a group of youthful forms sur- rounding, > - ..Ki 'I The room with harmless {pleasantry re- sounding;; . , i ,l ' i And in the midst I marked the smiling s|re The heavens were clouded !-and I heard the tone Of a slow moving bell; the white haired I " man ïvàs gorie. Beta."

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 — 9 July 1824

' ¿ALES BY AUCTION. . Bij Mr. J. C Underwood* < At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Monday next, the 12th Instant, at 12 o'Clock, without Reserve, TWENTY Pieces of 8-4trs cloak- ing5 ; beef, in casks ; 8 by 10 glass iii boxes ;* claret of superior quality,1 by the case of 8 dozen ; magnesia, and a general assortment of Merchandize, to close Consignments. By Mr. J. T. Collicott, » Athis Martin Mun ay-street, onTues i day next, the 13th Inst.<atl2 o'Clock precisely, without Reserve, W"H1TE and striped cotton shirts, ' a few pieces of blue gurrah and India check,' a few'casks of shingle nails and flooring brads.- Also, window glass,' soap, candles, cloth, English and'India piints, 'fishing nets, nail and rod iron, pit-saws, malt mills, saddles, bridles, &c»' F BylMt.J. TJGollicoii, At the'-satfie1 Time and Place, OÜRTEEN Breeding Sows, and a Quantity of Pigs. * By BIti J. C. Underwood, Opposite Mr. Bos'tock's'Store, on Wed- nesday next, the 14th Instant...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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WOMAN. Thou shalt stand A Deity, sweet Woman, and be worshipped. FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 July 1824

WOMAN. .Thou shah stand A Deity,1 sweet Woman, and be worshipped. , . Foho. Gone from her cheek is the summer bloom,1 And her breath has lost all itsifaint per- fume., , i i i , i ' . And thegloss hath dropped fiom her golden 1 ihair' . "i w i v AndhérTórehéad is pale', thb'ho longer faifi Anti tberSpiVit that Sate on lier áoft blue eye> ïs'struck with cold'mortality ; M ' ' And the smile that play'd on herdip bath ' fled, , j , , And eveiy grace hath no(w left the dead. Li|ce slaves they obey'd her in height, of Í po^er, ' r t , But left her all iii her wintry hour ; And the ciowds that swore for her love to . die, ' '' " , Shrank froth! the tone of her last sád Sigh ^Vnd this is Muni, fidelity ! ¡ . ' n 'Tis Woman alone, with a li-"mer, heart, , *. Can' See 'all theseddols of life depart, ^ ' ^ And love'the mor*e ;» and sobthe<and bless Mau ihbis'utter wretchedness:1 W.W."

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 — 16 July 1824

TO CORRESPONDENTS/0 !! Louis^ certainly desei ves» the credit of i writing with Japan-ink 'on gilt-edged \ ' paper'! 'And we shall notice " 'the dearth df public amusements/' 'if only to snow, i that her." appeal to>our'gallantry" has not been made imvain. ,' ii< .1 fu*i t"| The Letter of " a Back-woodsman".i&ao knawledged. > ¡ > t [<<>\ \ J. W. palpably thinks himself Un tye} f sprite -but we Consider' him Un sot a, triple etage. '\>r c " ,r>' '7. o* To a generous mirid scarcely any thing can be more painful than'à Vequèst'fôr! , what.cannot be granted j andas we háW icpeatedly,bBen jmpprtuqed fpr.the loa*Ui of our bound Gazettes tf»om 1,810, which, are retained most carefully, 'not alone as illustrative of pur original'exertions' and for official'> scrutiny/ but alio r'to, furnish any proof whioh» may' perad¡ ,\ontuie be rpquircd/ifrom them ini our . Couits of Judicature,-once and for» ' ^cver we respectfully; pronounce...

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 — 16 July 1824

T.o the. Editor,offhe Hobartftown Gyzeite.-i ( Sir,-Some few months ago, Ï read in' your Gazette some ' steriôu's and valuable compicnts on" the1 duties of parents and g uai di ans with regüaid to their childrens' education ;( but, alas! those duties remain, in many,instances, most cruelly neglected, as a walk thiough tjie public stieets will, almost at any lunn, manifest. ! It'iealjy is lionible to hear á ganf* oí, little ui chins who are scarcely able to walk, in'onouncing,'or lather attempting to pro íounce, ) imprecations and indecencies, jwhich cannot be more than equalled.in enoimity by-even the diegs ot Newgate, if « hope ttyat the place in winch we live is to gi adually" become ameliorated and inoial iiiay be('enteitained by aornc,Jí" mü'st rear that it!never will'be réalizedl ' until the youth of our lower orders are checked in the race of guilt which, even during their ynfaucy, tbqy aie taught tpi un. , , ' There ought, Mr. Editor,á%o be some re-j stimmt placed on theil «w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 July 1824

Tieasurer's Office, July 15th, 1824. IH'E* Salaries lor*tlie Quaitei ending __ 30th'Juttcy 1324, will be1paldat tins Onlce on'Tuesday'next,'the 20th Jfijly, atlOo'Clo'ck." " "' /aff '" 'E/ F. Bromley; Ttèasurer, NY Person' having'á'lew'Tame good MILCH COWS to dispose of, may hear of a Purchaser, on appli- cation to Mr.'EMMÈfT, at the Secre- tary's Office, , , '" '_ 7[W\Q Sail troni Hobait Town toi iX LONDON, via Rio de J anea o,, i|i all July, the fine fast-sailing Ship ARDEN t, *30ty Tons per Register, Lieyt. ' H. Clements, JR. N. Com- mander ; has [ excellent accommodation fpr Passengers^-Foi Trough* pi Pas- sage apply to die Commander, oi to 'i BETHUNE & CiRANT,, Agents. tJ^SoíT\_POllT DALKÎÏMPLË^ /.i Tovsail in about a¥ortnight,fiom «lis Date, the good brig GO VERNOR PHILLIPS; iMi. T. IL, Maingy, Commander*.-Eariy < application "foi Ei eight is requested to be made to ( Bethune & Gr-ant, on the Whaif. rino Sail tor SYDN'KV iii 14 Days, X the Eirst Clas...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 July 1824

SALES BY AUCTION. .¡r t By Mr. J. C. " Underwood, At the Royal Exchange Auction Mart, on Bîïonday ne*i, the 19th Instant, Sj^jfjljt Tippets'of great variety, round X* apd long, ,of different colours, and superior quality; also, a quantity of French liquers, by the case or bqttle ; knives and forks of various qualities;, pen and pruning knives; aïquantity of swords ano! muslcets with bayonets ; needles by the thousand, of superior sorts, &c. . By Mr. X T,xCollicott, , v Athis Mart in Murray-street, on Tues- day ne^t, the 20th ïnst. at 12 o'Clock precisely, without R-eserve, to close ¡various Consignments, , ( A Great quantity of striped arid white cotton shirts ; a few casks of shingle nails, several casks of green and other colouring, glue, flannel diaw ers, cloth, slops, gentlemens and ladies' boots and shoes, a barktrometer, &c. By Mr. J. Ç. Underwood, ¡ At the Ttoyal Exchange Auction Mart, on "Wednesday next, the 21ßt instant, at 12 o'Clock precisely, if not pre- ...

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ON THE BIRTH OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 July 1824

ON THE BIRTH OF A CHILD. The rising sun, whose heavenly beam, First shone upon thy birth, my child, Saw tears adown thy features stream,   Whilst' all around thee gladly smiled. Oh! may that sun's declining ray,     When thou shalt sink in death's long sleep, See smiles upon thy features play,     While all around thee vainly weep. Births.—On Wednesday last, at New   Norfolk, Mrs. Lascelles, of a daughter. At Wallace, near Jericho, on the 8th instant Mrs. Mackersey, of a daughter.         Died -On Tuesday last, Captain Wil-   liam Robinson i' his 57th year. The de- ceased had a powerful mind, considerable ( scientific informatiom and much general experience. His ruling passion was an amiable attachment for children, which he daily exhibited; he lived, sincerely re-   spected, and the loss of his survivors will be long regretted. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 July 1824

new south'Wales. ; Proclamation', , By Bi$ Excellency Sir Thorías Bris- bane* K. 0. JZ/Captain Ornerai AiiVf Governor in Chief in and over the 7'cr ritory of Neto South Wales and its u .Dependencies, fyc. <$re. tye. WHEREAS misguided Persons often commit gross Outrages im tl\« Islands of the Indian and Pacific Ocean, and elsewheie, against the Interest of the fair Trader, and to the extieme Injuiy of the unofferiding Natives, thereof, and of Others ; and also divers Crimes are perpe- trated upon the'Sea, and in Places where the Admiral or Admhals have Authority'; -And W'heiea% by an Act of Pailiament, passed, on the ,19th Day of July, 1823, Jurisdiction is given to the New-Supieme Courts of this Territory, and its. Dependen- cies, to punish and lepiess such Outrages and Crimes, the Pi ovision for which Pur- pose is in the following Words : " And be it further enacted, that the " Supreme Couits in New South Wales, " and Van Diemen^ Land respectively, " shall and may enquir...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 16. Sit. Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 16 July 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. page 2 FRIDAY, July I6.     Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. ----------- HOLIDAY AT THE BANK ON MONDAY. ---------- Ship News. - Arrived on Saturday last from Port Jackson, in prosecution her voyage to New Zealand, His   Majesty's Colonial cutter Mermaid, Captain Penson. Sailed on Friday last for-Sydney the ship Alfred, Captain Laughton. Remain in harbour, His Majesty's Colonial cutter Mermaid; the ships Prince Regent and Ardent ; and the brig Governor Phillips.   We are sincerely gratified to learn, that when the ship Prince Regent left England, His Majesty's health was so far restored, as to enable him to leave the Royal Castle of Windsor for his favourite Pavillion, at Brighton. There has been a remarkably violent and prolonged tempest on the coasts of   England and Ireland in January, by which general -------done the   shipping to a ruinous ---- Several vessels were in pr...

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SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

SONNET. Ye glorious monuments of human pride, Ye tombs, and towers, and pyramids sub- lime, Where Art and Genius every nerve have tried, By their gigantic powers to conquer Time. Ye falling palaces, and mould'ring fanes, And all the wonders of majestic Rome : Ye theatres, where now dead silence reigns, That once contaiu'd whole nations in your womb Destructive Time has laid your glories low, Your once throng'd halls and forums all in dust! Not solid marble can resist his blow Not iron conquer his corroding rust;- , Then why should I complain, repine, or ' dputyt, - ' Thong h iii sito months my small-clothes are worn out.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr. W. A/s Advertisement is inadmissible in its present form. Mr. M/s Valedictory Song on leaving Scot- | land, may appear when a more accurate line shall be substituted for " Scotia, now.heaves my bosom's sivell." Errata hv last week's Gazette.-For a su- perior coal strata, read stratum ¡~for there has been in January, &c. by wh.ipji, &c. was done, read what the compositor - should have printed, viz. good English.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

SALES BY AUCTION. .* « By ïïfr. JSCsUtoâènoobâ, ' f kUúíG Royal Exchange Aticéibn Mart, on -Monday' next,' the J-26t?h Instant^ without reáerve,1 >' ''" '. * A'Suiti(oi very handsome TaVtafts, j> shooting' jackets', Waistcoats, trowsers, sheets, towels,^ ladies' 'very" handsome combs, toy watches, neck lacesf also ¡saddle? and ?'tlouble bndles, and ,buJlock harness. , o > \ \ A ' ', , > » i r-7-v-rü . » / '*f < { " ß&Mr./.t T.Colliçofa, ,,r ,,,t' jy ivis« Mart, in MuriayT^treetj on Tues- day ne^*> tke 2?ifca Instant, o 0 A Mostc valuable Estate!, situate a.t* X^¿ Newtown, in the immediate vici- nity of Hobart Town; compiising an excellent Dwelling-house, Farm-yard,,, Bafn,'Stâbles, and all ojiher .necessary and'useful Oué-buildings anct'tímcesj and a complete Farm, consisting of several Enclosures of well-fenced Land, producing 'abundant ' Crops of Giain, with excellent Pasture Land, and 'Pad- docks of English Grasses; forming/al- together a> pei...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

To the Editor, of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir,-The liberal, bold, and judi- cious manner in which you have writ- ten of the Black Natives is generally ac- knowledged ; but as ideas may strike   " an old Settler," which may not enter the mind of a new one, (and allow me to state, my dear Sir, that there are now many young ones in the Colony,) I do hope I may be allowed to make a few suggestions on the subject of civi- lizing those poor creatures. In the first place, I would beg the Eu- ropean hunters of kangaroo in this Colo- ny to remember the fable of the boys and the frogs ; and hence to infer that what proves their amusement, is the cause of starvation to the Natives. For it can- not admit of doubt, that to the flesh of the kangaroo and opossum, the Aborigines naturally look for support ; and if that support be abstracted for the thought- less recreation or superfluous profit of intrusive Europeans,-what, Sir, can result, but desperation, degeneracy, extinction, or ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

(CULTIVATED FARMS.-To be j SOLD* a Farm of CO Acres, with a House, Barn, and Stock-yard, the Pi o perty of Mr. Maginnjs, Sen. at Cla- rence Plains, .the whole valued at only £200 Currency.-Also, a Farm of 130 Acres at the Black Brush, lately the Property of Mr. Staples. The Land is cleared and partly in Cultiyation ; the House is two stories high, and plea- santly situate on the, banks of the Jor- dan; there is also a large Quantity of, Manure which will become the Property of the Purchaser. This valuable Es- tate maybe had for £300 Steihng. Those Emigrants from England who have Economy in view will find it more advantageous to buy a Residence at once, than to throw away their Means ?at expensive Taverns.--For Particulars apply to S, Hood, Esq. Macquarie street,_ 0TÏCE.-All Persons indebted to the Estate of Mr. Edward Loud are hereby informed, that unless they come to an immediate settlement of their Accounts, the Claims against them will be handed over indiscrimi- nately to Messrs....

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

ENGLISH NEWS. North Pole.—Captain Franklin is   again to be sent out, on an overland ex- pedition, to Mackenzie, and the Copper- mine rivers; and, from the union of the North-west and Hudson Bay Compa- nies, every facility for so arduous an un- dertaking may be expected. Captain Franklin will be ready to start early in the spring. The Fury and Hecla are to be taken into dock immediately at Deptford, and fitted up for a voyage of discovery. Captain Parry takes the command of the Hecla, the ship in the first voyage under his orders ; and Captain Hopner is to command the Fury. The Griper is also fitting, and proceeds to Wager River, from whence Captain Lyon pro- ceeds by land. Captain Lyon is ap- pointed to the Griper, as is also Lieu- tenant Manico, who is to accompany him in his journey. We learn from Calcutta that a new Journal is to be published there every three months, under the title of the Asi- atic Observer, or Religious, Literary, and Philosiphical Miscellany. An...

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 — 24 July 1824

By His Excellency, Sir Thomas Brisbane K. C. B. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and it Dependencies. Whereas misguided Persons often commit gross Outrages in the Islands of the Indian and Pacific Ocean| and elsewhere, against the Interest of the fair Trader, and to the extreme Injury of the unoffending natives thereof, and of Others; and also divers Crimes are perpetrated upon the Sea, and in Places where the Admiral or Admirals have Authority; --And whereas; by an Act of Parliament passed on the 19th Day of July,1823, Jurisdiction is given to the New Supreme   Courts of this territory, and its Dependencies, to punish and repress such Outrages and   and Crimes, the Provision for which     purpose is the following Words : "As be it further enacted, that that the Supreme Courts in New South Wales and Van Dieman's Land respectfully, shall and may enquire of, hear, and determine all Tr...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, JULY 23. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 July 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, July 23. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read; Esq. SHIP NEWS.—Arrived yesterday morning from England, the transport   ship Phoenix, Captain White, with 202 male prisoners.—This vessel left Eng- land the 3rd April, and touched at Tene- riffe on her passage.—Surgeon Super- intendent, Dr. Quede, R. N.—Officers of the Guard, Lieutenant Buller and Ensign Floyer, of the 40th Regiment. Same day arrived from Port Jack- son, which she left on Sunday last, the brig Minerva, Captain D. Forbes, with   tea and sugar.-She has brought no par- ticular news or passengers. With considerable satisfaction, we   announce the apprehension of two more   of the fourteen bush-rangers, who it may be remembered escaped some few   weeks ago from Macquarie Harbour ; and with increased pleasme we are en- abled to state, that one of the "two is James Crawford, their notorious leader. -.The following particulars of this im- por...

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