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TO MY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 December 1829

TO MY READERS. Ladies and Gentlemen; (Since the revival of our Mechanics' Institution,   under the generous patronage of His Excellency, this has become a favourite mode of address. Indeed the   great art of making addresses generally lies in the     proper disposal and due selection of these and such like landmarks in the ocean of speech. Little more is necessary, they say, to make a king's speech now a days, than the knowledge how and when to pro- nounce, 'My Lords and Gentlemen,' and, 'Gentle-   men of the House of Commons,' so much so that the late Mr. Pitt, I mean the boy Pitt, used to say he could make a king's speech off hand. Be this as it   may, I find it very difficult to bring out what I want to say to you my kind readers, and I have been pon- dering how I shall do it all this morning). In the first place then, I wish you all many happy returns of the present season, and long may you live to rea...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 December 1829

BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. THE Bank will be closed on the 2d and 4th of Ja- nuary next, for the purpose of balancing the half yearly accounts, &c. fice. Friday the 1st is a holy day. T. Y. LOWES, Secretary. Macquarie «treet, Dec. 22, 1829. BANK OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. AT a General Meeting of the proprietors (A. F. Kemp, Esq President in the Chair) held this day for the purpose of choosing Directors for the en- suing year, in place of four who vacate by rotation. The following were declared duly eleoled. A. F. Kemp, Esq. D. Lurd, Esq. W, M. Orr, Esq: W. Wilson, Esq. In consequence of the resignation of G. F. Read, Esq. as Managing Director, Thomas Hewitt, Esq. al the unanimous request of the Meeting, accepted the appointment. T. Y. LOWES, Cashier. ' Hobart town, Deo. 7, 1829. Hobart town, December 21,1829. Ladies and Gentlemen, 11AKli the liberty of offering my service« as clerk to your Bank, and to keep the accounts of the Savings' I'oiik, and trust that my experience and .qua...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, DECEM[?]R 26, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 December 1829

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.       SATURDAY, DEOEft' hCR 20, 1829. Arrived on Wednesday the 23d inst. the brig.De veron, 270 tons (belonging to Captain Wilson of this place), George Nicol, commander, willi goods from London ICtb July, bli'gs no news having sailed near Iv a month previous lathe Surry.-Passengers, Mr. W. Clark and Lady, Mr. T. Bales and Lady, Miss Bales, Masters A. Balts. E. Bates and T. Bales, also Mr Henry Solomon, Mr. M. Solomon and Mr; Tho- mas H»od. Likewise destined for" Sydney, Mr. Janies Castle, Mr. E. Blmohard. The schooner Prince Regent sailed on Friday last from Port Dalrymple for Hobart town. The only v essel in the Tamar when the post left that place, was the ship Ahierioa. We are sorry to hear that is there not so large a proportion aa usual of user»; bandi among the prison- ers by tin Surry. They lime however ben ali as sinned tu the service «f »etdttt, notwithstanding which there are still, we learn, nun.iK.« supplica...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 December 1829

GOVERNMENT NO I ICE, (No. 287) Co Initial Secretary's Office. Deo S3. 1829. The Lirnteiiant Governor lins beni pleased , to ap prove of the appointment of' Mr. Th-unas Hoghes, lo ie leeper of the Gaol at Campbell town. , , By His tíkcellencV's Command, *> , J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE,' fNo. Ste8.J Co- lonial Secretary's Office, Deo. 23,1829. The Lieutenant Governor has been phased lu grant the indulgence o' a 'I icket of Leave to Norah Cor- bett, No. 96, per Persian. By Command of the Lieut. Governor, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 290") Co. lonial Secretary's Other, Dec. S3, 1829. 'J he Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to np prove of the undermentioned alterations in the police of the territory : James hdward*, (No. 234) per Thames, to be ap- pointed to the Field Police. Charles Dugdale, (conditional pardon), Sovereign Geurie Chaiman, (ticket of leave), ditto, from the Field Police al the termination of the present quar- ter. By His Excell ncy's Command, J. BURNETT. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

OOVERNMENT NOTICE, [Mo. S36j Colo ni»] Secretary'« Office, December 30, 1529. Ihe Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to np prove of the-undermentioned appu'iiiraenU fo the Field Police i-^^rj,« _ - v -t '*.. - &, . James Edwards,,No. 234, ' per .TIlames,'t«king ef." feet from tito Otb ¡o«t, , , '? ' » '" \ ' Charles Scott, No. 823, per Layton. . ' r ! ' S&mitel Robinson, Nu. 3oé, pe'r Morley. ' By Iii« Excellency'« Comuiand, J. Barnett GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. i) Co- lonial Secretary's Office, Jan 1, 1820. 'Jhe Lords Commisioners of Hi« Majesty's'J rea : sury having been pleased to dirict, a new establish- ment of officers for the Custom» Department at Laun- ceston, the Lieutenant Governor has approved of the 'fol'owing appointments, until the pleasure of Hi» Maji sty'a Government thill be known. Henry Arthur, Esq. Collector and Landing Sur- veyor. William Kenworth/, Esq Controller, Landing Waiter, and Searcher, Guager and Tide Surveyor. Mr. George Whitcomb, Clerk a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

CENERAL POST OFFICE. ' ' Jan. 1,1830. THE Mail for England will be forwarded by the Ganymede, epOcled lo sail on the 7lb ins!. J.T.COLLICorr, _Po»tmaster. WANTED, ta «teady active youtb of respectable pareáis, a« an assistant iu a rrlaiUhop. For pailionlar« apply to the Printer of the Couiicr. JUST landed from the ship Sorry, and on «ale by llie undersized, a quantity of «uperior while and yellow DEAL. ' JACKSON & ADDISON. Elizabeth Street, Deo. 31. 18*29. - STANWELL HALL SEMINARY.' MRS. KOCHER begs'tointimate that the present Chiiatina» vacation will Unninate on Friday the 15th January iu»t. when her pupil« are requested to reassemble. r > -ti i . , ' FOI* SALE. FORTY paie Merim/Rui/i« from the (looks of Mr. Henty and-Hie tate Mar,iii« of Lindondtrry. Apply at W anstead-n»arCain, hell town. _,_*_ k \,> -j___ TO BB LET. - AN excellent Farm on an improving lea««, with a very 'good «ton* House and Otho«*», and «bool 60 aere* etiolmed and paijly «ropped, an (be Mae o. nar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.., DR. ROSS will deliver his Fourth Lecture on Mechanics on Monday evening the llth Jan. ?t 9 o'clock precUely, ut the Court House. _? J. WOOD. Secretary. W FOR SALS' BY PRIVATE ^CONTRACT., FiFjl EEN ri»ndr«i*'.Wii-iii«Mjjiwtr«nd lamb«; of thernua^ imftútté breed in ID« colony* For par lieulara «poly to Mr. J. G, tfmiei^toa; »Maçqaarie «trect¿~ ., ,' » t i ' > ' - i ^ Deiembcr 24,1820. -. -, M . . , " . AUXIIilAllY'BfÖtB tiÔCÎÉfrit'J . . » ( i i i V ) ' -» < FTHHB Committee of thin Society, inform ill« patt' « Jj' li*.In*' ..'.J ',ave eiUbiubed» a'depository of , Hook» »t Mr.',J. PV Deane*«, Eliaabeth atrestrnhere %We»«nd'rTe«unKM« may be obtained at Uw coat ^ptterrtJo Mi«aoaietyvt .»;,<»>.'.. ^ > » i ¿ fiobmblwraj JkrcvB*» 1889. « .'</ » >i / ' . * i », Hi'aria i it i ..it. i ii . > ...1 ?> i Ui M lil i li) HOPKINS'S STORES.           &n...

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GRAMMAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

GRAMMAR.           The next thing is the Grammar of your own language. Without understanding this, you can never hope to become fit for any thing beyond mere trade or agriculture. It is true that we do but too often see men have great wealth, high titles, and boundless power heaped upon them, who can hardly write ten lines together correctly; but remember; it is not merit that has been the cause of their advancement; the cause has been in almost every such case, the subser- viency of the party to the will of some government, and the baseness of some nation who have quitely   submitted to be governed by braxen fools. Do not you imagine that you will have luck of this sort: do not you hope to be rewarded and honoured for that ignorance which shall prove a scourge to your coun-   try, and which will earn you the curses of the children yet unborn. Rely you upon your own merit, and apop nothing els...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

\rOVNG nRITON,rWjlle0rer. limited .."; »<X f bar of láamtlA seas»«, étr a«** rw f Tt»»t»*^iT^OaÍMa«,'iaaliidWg ¿P th¿ T|riSCOUNT.-This celebrated Horse" «ill coVeY ' T" «his «eaton at Sandhill, Jeriuho, On lue follow jng-terms . ^EIOHT GUINEAS-including Gronrasge and Pad* docks," the latur of which will be very superior aodî extensive. Bills at nine months to' be gjveu from the date of covering. ".,..,.-, ,. .p.; yd J.'RRYANT. MESSRS. BRYANT acquaint the public, that' snob gentlemen as send 8 Mare» or upward»' to Viscount, will' have au allowance made in th«' charge for each Mare. ' . " TOM JONES. ! IS an Arab of tlie pure,Nejedhfe breed, whick it Ibe highest «nd best caste offArabian horses'. He is while with blsek points, elegantly shaped, com- bining with the finest symmelry^emarkabl« strength. He is weJJ known to ibe spnrting,world in .India. , For the accommadation of the public this horse will be at Clarendon «very Monday and Tuesday, to re torn to Pansanger, Lake r...

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GEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

GEOLOGY.   , « rdfthctaàa with MM, ÏWaçrtdTJoiûmUu,' tay* " tk« lirustriok» Cnvier^rt«**1 .f'lhfe* be any f«ot%ell .idÂMlkh^în"fênlefy.vith itil«ï* ItArtlm knrfieè'of Oar globe ha« »off-*Wd'a' great and sudden revolution, v the period ofwb'éti'è«nm.t be Hated J further hack. Ihti» Bvé or »irthÄs.nd years.;'Tliirr^oluiiDtrh^ ©li>lk* oa-c lund i-rgblplird^nd'al«»^'tqd¡Mp litar;'', Jl^o-nlrlé» «.rattly Inhibited b»eW,lpM'a&ih lasxt'aiwniea'at present best knownfand atttlfa'olhA, 'MfflMrfttcf«4««-» ' bottom'cf tfa¿.|nt WB, .Ilu.*un .^i'.^»yih>harlnelinlnHîefiÖw «oáMíáble earth. ' "" That a grtat expansive antWubVêtive p«lí*?l'V*xt*t» ?ndtbiittlie-crâirfJf theWrlh, wMàhhas at feitootê pe rwdt, «ttVd with prodlgioos force,' raising ujf «mil laying' dry those «ubmatfine ?tirata,'"'and tMiitterring th«*w**r*er»,of the ocean thence over ancient lauds, ia attested by innumerable phenomena« _ Copcerning the Chemical nature of this pbwer, lfl*ñ«oa<««--b»''7...

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VIRGINIA WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

VI RGI WA, WATER. ! Tlie Chiônieiâ baa "UiVly ¿artsy**-» jr'rioh'-tó^oi" 'efotpieiice in praiie of Witadiof park'"and.Virginia Vater. py place. ' Every body bas heard of the dee« dani-iog lo" Orpheus'« fiddle ; Hie Ire«» of Virginia water do notdanCe, bntmarkwhalJhe«hruhsdo :--^J v , ' ".TliW shru'Vwbitb otrnaarñfibis'place, are macJeMto 'wander in detached groups along die brows ,«f (ue hir«. *" ' ; 5 *.. The green* wrilk-J and rides here «re" mimeront he yond conception, and in »ruth, one of the greatest or- nament« it possesses. ' They are always kept mowed and rolled, - io at lo'iétidêr them what they really arc!'*-"" - > -' ' Had they not been mowed and rolled, »ho knnw« what they niighl-hnre been. » Hi» majesty has a lim pie or cbatejurin this paradise, and the keeper bus a lodge. The »iluation of ibe temple is most happily chosen, and commands a most noble prospect ;- yet it li to be doubted much if it is equal lo the truly ele 'ganrspôt on which the keeper's GoUiie villa ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 2 January 1830

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1830. Arrived on Tuesday the 30th December, the bark   Ganymede, 230 tons,Capt. J. Heyne, from Columbia river, New Albion on the north west coast of Ameri- ca, from which place she sailed on the 28th August last, and from the Sandwich islands on the 22nd of Oc tober. This vessel is chartered by the Hudson's bay company, and has on board a cargo of beaver skins, &c. and spars and other merchandise for London, having put into this port for a supply of water, and will of course afford the first opportunity of sending a mail to England.                 Arrived yesterday the ship Guildford, 600 tons,   Capt. Harrison, from Sydney 20th December, with troops, and to carry on the remaining detachment of the 40th regiment to India. Wheat at Sydney on 19th Dec. 6s. 6d. per bushel, and horses were selling at from...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

FöR SALE, A Patent SoYn>ying Compass, pocket Sextant, and Sketching case ; lowest price Five Gui- neas. > Enquire at Mr. Langford'«, on or before lhe I3lb instant. TO TICKET OF LEAVE MEV. ANTED, n pair of fencer« for six months. Apply to John Kerr Esq\ Macquarie street. WANTED, A TANNER, who understands the Currying branch. Ile must be perfect master of his business, mid In such liberal wages will be given. Apply to J. Johnson. New li Wn, Jan. 8. jusriuícisiviíD. , AND on «arVat P. GUY'S' Stores, another fine batch' of Hawkins's CHEESE, also Whitening, Fishing Clotht s, and Log Lutes, &o. , f Only a few boxes of Hold's superior Segars re- maining January 8, 1830. WAN IS a situation as Overseer upon a farm aa Gardener, and who would act in bölh enpa cities if required, A middle aged man of steady habit« who can he well reconnut tided from his list employer. Enquire al the Courier office. THAIS I'lE has just received from Hie Deveron é a handsome assortment of ladies'chi...

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PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

,rK- PIRACY. Tie Frederlcka «ailed from Jamaica on lha 12th of Anti I last in charge of Mr. Stein, the mate ; Capt. Frederick*«!, lhe master and owner, having died at Kine'on. There were seven sailors and two passen «ers «"d the vess« I wa»" under orders for Holland, bill h»d to call at the Havannah for a large fnight. On li e eveninf ol the 20th, a sillonner hove in sight. On the morning "f the Ulai» at day light, the schooner nas about iwo miles to leeward, and Mr- St« in, sus iiectnili hi r to be a pítale, made all sail from her. lin»«ter, 'he schooner was too fast, and about lu oYlnrk caine within half-a-niile, and hotattd Buenos. As nan onhiuis and tired a gun. 'Hie brig wa3 quite umutned, a"hd hove too. The schooner then jiBilul Hi I'tiulish, but not a «oui on board under tloud lhe language, and the only answer given was (misting Dutch colours; a boat was then sent from the st boom r Tnll of nun, and before one o'clock the trig was in possession of the pliâtes. The pirates to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

G\ OVBRMMENT NOTICE, (Ño. T.) C.-Uin'ol T Secretary'« Office, Januaiy 6, 1890.-'1 he Lieutenant Governor ha« biro pleased lo appoint Mr- Henry George Bali to" be Keener of the Pound on the west bank of.life Meander or Western íiver^iü ibe Police district of Noi folk plains. By command of The Lieutenant Governor, J. BURNETT. --r+---. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 8.] Co- lonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 6, 1830. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to di- rect that Mr. John James shall be removed from the situation of Division Constable and Keeper of the Pound at Brighton. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT.     GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No 9] Colonial Secretary's Office, January 6,1830.   The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ap- prove of the appointment of Francis Adams, No. 100, per Lady Ridley, as Javelin Man to the Sheriff, from the 1st Inst. vice Dempster removed. By Command of the Lieut. Guvernur, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 10....

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

THE HOBART-TOWN. COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1830. Sailed this morning 9th January the. ship Surry, Charles Kemp Commander, witb sundry skins, Wool, 'and 150 sheep, for Canton, and Mr. Waller Williams passenger, .Same day the sohooner Prince Regent, Mr. Young Master, with a carno of British nnd Foreign articles, for Port Dalrymple. Passengers-Captain and Mrs. Wales and son, Mrs.. Dow and child. Same day Ihe brig Thompson,' Captain Hobbs, with a nnrgn of colonial produce for Swan river, viz 60 head cuttle, consigned to the Lieut. Governor, IO do. 293 sheep. 18 ion* hay, 200 bushels brun, CO do. oats, 15 feet timber, 3 hhds. harley,1 3 cases preserves onions. &c. and 1 cask butter, shipped by Air. Wit son,' 5 cases jewellery ândbtiltons, do.' Capt. Hobbs, 50 bushels barley, and I ease colonial hums, «lu. J. Murdock, 1 box window glass do. Titree passen- gers. Passengers by the, Gnildford, from Sydney 22d T^eeember, Capt. Piileison «if Hie 63d. lady «ind child Capt. Wentworth...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

IMPOUNDED èt,^ampbe.l town, 1 red PuJ«oa ootv.and calf, brand illegible., 1 .grey jitvex.na brand or maik.. If not taken away aud expense* poid on or before the loth day of January next, the« will be sold at ti o'clock at the pound on that dav S. G. SAMPSONrVoundkeeiwr. December «2,1629. ' IMPOUNDED, at Campbell town, 1 cow and calf, white back and belly, black «ides, branded TP on the near rump. If not claimed and expenses paid on or before the S6th inst. tiley will be sold at the pound at 12 o'clock on that day. J. G. SAMPSON, pcundkeeper. IMPOUNDED, at Huntingdon paiish in the d:a'. trict of Oatlands, 4i>liet p slit in each ear, and I firebrand W On the light cheek, two we ibera notch oot ot tbe front ol lett ear, and AK on the rump, and illegible brand on the cheek, one ewe slope oat of the front of each ear, and illegible brand on the cheek. If not claimed and expenses paid within 21 «lays fron» Ibis date they will be auld at Ide pound to defray ex- penses. F. FLEXMORE, poun...

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EUROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

EUROPE. Paris, Ate. 25.- Despatches received by the Minister of Marine, bring word that the English fleet commanded by Admiral Malcolm, was still at Ipiara on the 9th August. The French fleet was on the 7th at Tenedos The object of the two Admirals appeared to be lo protect indirectly the airivat of the Egyptian feet as far aa Smyrna. This flee! had al ready passed Rbodea, and was tteeiing along Hu toast in order to avoid meeting (he Russian Ad miraL The accounts from (he theatre of war" Continue to be favourable to the Russians. . Genfrit «Dlehitsoh, after taking Messembria, «Sfo. has turned ' towards Adrianople, where, aicoiding to all accounts hardly any resistance la to be expected, though the city has one hundred thousand inhabitants. The Turks fly in all directions at Hie approach of the Russian army, end a great number of the inliabitants have left Adri- anople and withdrawn into the interior. The Duke of Wellington it now on «u'toor"through the several courts of Europe, flic...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 9 January 1830

to* i YESTERDAY, A3 polished at the Coerfer~ office, hobart; . T j toma, arid tt the Store« of Mr. Scott, Cime-j ron »beet, lnoneeitoo, tbe líob»rt Toira Almanack ¡ . for the J*»' 1880. "ifh Embellishment«, prîoe 10«. lOfrb&itersoflhf Coatier,. and to «II others St »eliari/ *. irtwit fi 'ffi ti '- ''Trail I Pi I iff^'fTI1*" -"?"«»?' A K» «mi .* P»bli»hed *«fr »» yebTBÄTjr." in M«pj A o' Vu Dt«nW« lawl with Whitest dW.] V v»Wlf .on, the bitk, ¿mr| pAtto white e\\lietW ! WbeKji tl.i tboVe rvw.id will be paid%r eec> Jii«rpÉ|t|Oft«|, I*?UJB*JJ4O ilje ncoyety <tbe «ame,: detained. Five pounds will be paid on conviction of the offender. EDWARD MOORE   Cove point Ferry, Dec. 24, 1829. W MACKIE begs to announoe that he has re-opened the above Hotel, and respect-       fully solicits the patronage of the public.   Launceston, Dec.21, 1829.   f--es-¿i i' ". i1 ' '"-r- ' , i, " » FOB SALE. , Ï11...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

FOR CHARTER. THE Elie fait sailing first c1 MI brig _ Elizabeth; H. B Brown. Matter, left Ibis port for Sydney on the 10th ¡Ost. where tit stay will be but . few daye; slie return» irome ?Jiaielr. . " , Wharf, PeoMikCT IT» ' ' Ü BELL. - A few tons of best Mauritius SugHr, just landed fi-eni the abóte vessel, on aale at a low rate. FOR LONDON DIRECT. THE rirer built ship LADY HARE- WOOD, Richard'Limon, Comman- der. Having returned from taking in her deadweight at the Huon river, ia now ready to receive wool, or other produce fur London, for which place she will tail the first week in January. 'For tlie accommodation of settlers in the interior, Captain Limon will have bia long boat stationed at Compton ferry i for the purpose of conveying Wool, and other prodoce, intended lo be shipped ¡n the Lady Harewood to Hobart town, She has a regular poop, and excellent accommodation for passengers, and carries a Surgeon. For freight or passage apply lo JOHN KERR, Agent. W. WILSON, Agent, FIRST...

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