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To the Editor of the Hobart Town, Gazett[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 August 1824

To the Editor of the UobarlTown,ÚaxctU\T, Sir,-Your readiness to give aplac<| to my former letter, encourages mc tri, augur favourably ot the íeccption wbichj the proposal it contained its likely to meet with from those who are able to carry it into effect.- I will now tiouble1 you with the following additional hint» upon the ¡same subject, ¡still hoping to see it discussed ni your columns by per- sons whose ability to do good is nioie commensurate with'their wishes :- I If it be admitted that a Public Farm is likely to prove beneficial lo tile Colony, by exciting a spirit of improvement, and aifoiding an example to guide the Colo- nists in their excitions, theil eyes will natuially tuiu to Government andtthe Agricultural Society, as the only sources to whicli they can look for it; but, though Government is most able to bea. the expence, there aie many readout, which might be i adduced to shew that a Government, concern of this nature would soon cease to be of a.uy public...

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 — 20 August 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir,-I cannot help thinking that your Correspondent, who calls himself " A Settler," has wandered farther out of his way than even the late President of the Sydney Society did ; on the oc- casion to which "A Settler" alludes. It is no doubt amusing to observe the   absurdity of the Sydney people, in stri- ving to convince us that they do not want our supplies, at the same time that they are sending ships to carry off our surplus produce. Were we to credit   their assertions, and, in limiting our     cultivation, lose sight of their probable demand for grain, what would be the consequence to our brethren at Sydney, if a long drought or a flood of the Haw- kesbury blasted the hopes of our own farmers ? And why should we take pleasure in provoking our brethren at Sydney to indulge in those illnatured hints and remarks ; from which it would appear, that they do not regard our prosperity with a ...

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 — 20 August 1824

¡To the Editor of the Hobart'Town Gazette. , , S.ik.^jPerpaps yo"u~wil¿ ^ffordjnser- j tiqn tpa asfe\y remarks upoq/the, "letterof " A^tttçiy" whip}* ajipeajed iii, your last G-azette.', fM/p"]i'fi,!,.I ; _.> ,,i ï \yit|ibut. entering T»pouf the, snbjpçt wheeler or not it is 'f thc^lippkeepers" who receive the advantages" arising from .the present^adyance in« the. price, of wheat, certainly the [settlers are rprnpto ly, at least, beiiefited, byi:i^; sncl}J of. them as.have not sold.the_ whole of théîi I *(lisposab'ie'prod\ieeA tortile-sïiopkèpj.ery '.wiil how. obtain an .^advanced.,price, for ^vhá^éver'they îuay'Wr'è oír liahd ; and i ¡your' ^Correspondront1'cannot surely, be. ¡ right .iii. suppp^ingi'/thá.t'-'th'é^'-'.is^pc^; pposiiij^ [yet still the settler derives a pfosbécti'v^ ''advantage';' fpr, in ált/likefiiídpcfí the1 'j pHce;;ór' wheat next season ¡yiW never I fall' solo y?!'as itliasxlorie this yë^r.'' A: j proofIi^!sljust''dcdùrrëcl'j. one Öithe'prpi licipal'ühbpiteep...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, August 20. Sit. Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 August 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, August 20. Sit. Magistrate-Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. To CORRESPONDENTS. - We neither like to call in the aid of the pruning-knife, nor to displease our friends in using it ; but when letters are written to us too free- ly upon politics, it is our duty to expunge such passages as may possibly create dissatisfaction where we are bound to prevent it.-For this reason, we have been compelled to prune one or two this week. We regret that " P. Q's" Communication arrived too late for insertion ; it shall, however, appear in our next. Tourist shall certainly have a place in our next number.           Amicus is acknowledged.   *** Advertisements must be sent to the   Printing Office before Ten O'Clock on     Thursdays, or they cannot be inserted   till the following week. Several were omitted this week, because the payment     was not remi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 August 1824

SALES BY AUCTtON. Sheriff's Office, Hobart Town, August 19th, 1824. In the Supreme Court. BY V irtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed, and, obtained on Judgments awarded by the late ïàeute *ant Governor's Court, I will cause to be Put up and Sold by Public Auction, at the Times and Places herein after mentioned, the Right and Title of the several Defendants to their Propeity and Effects, in the following Causes : - At the Marketplace, Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, the 25th Instant, at 12 o'Clock :-. R. L. Robeits v, Robert Grimes. kN£ Pair of WORKING BUL- LOCKS. Walker & Co. v. Lane. FARM, containing 60 Acres, situate at Pitt Water, and a Cait. Atkinson v. Wise. DWELLING HOUSE, and a Farm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton. - Walker & Co. v. M'Andrew. DWELLING HOUSE, situate at Pitt Water. A Hume v. Evans ; Clark v. Same. kNE Threshing Machine, 1 Win- nowing Machine, about 100 Bush- els of Wheat, in the Stack, and a Farm of Ö00 Acres, situate at the Coal R...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 20 August 1824

iii,HUviti0M*mi>ii»w^iÙLau«iwll*i»Miiiiiii)iiiiii'unir nw,.iiia«ipiiiiiii<«w jaoyèniweni; c£ Qeuerjàî Orders. ...-.?j' ? 'GovcvhmehitHouse? Hobart Tffwhi: .J í;,--i.-;;-:J-./i-.;".u.;:.ív ,s4í^wsí;3Pító824¿^ .10>, ICH A R>B: ? Y:bo.^ca,n', .= {holding ;? a ¡ ¡Jb» fi'ibJíét of Leave) is ¿.appointedta. Constable jof- the' ¡District .of. -Nie-wi 'ííox foIk^Ur.n *?:...:.' .; ^^niV^l^T ;. JOHN GODFREY HANSKIE is appointed     a Constable of Hobart Town,   in Room of Josèph Clare, dismissed. , , ,;,Miv :>Iames;Ko berts (free) is &p-i pbintéd ;Dis.trict:Gonstabl'e of "the.North1- ; west District of; Hobart Town. :¡ . John. Ox-ley > (»free) is appointed ..a. Góristable; of Hobart Town, in ¡Room* of TliojïiasjDarlow, allowed to resign. ; . i;í. : Hy^Gommand of His Honor ^ ?s ! ?; h The Lieutenant Governor, i ; : John Montagu, Secretary.} PloïtE';undei-nieiitioriécl ^Persons have JL 'obtained Certificates.and Tickqt ofXe...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

To theEditor of the Hobart Town<Gazette. Sir,-A gentleman laid it down the other )day in*my company, as a medical theory ¡Well established, that a slow>pulsè might in »most cases 'be considered an indication of longevity. To support this doctrine he produced the following calculation t-One man enjoying ortlin ftryi health, has a pulse which beats ¡70'in the'minute^ 4,300 in the hour, or 36,691, 300 m the year. Another person of the same age,has his'pulse at60 every min- ute, 3,600 m -the hour, and 31,449*600 in, thëryéar; the difference, making the extraordinary number of 6,241j600 pul- sations, will .give (says o¿ur .theorist) the excess'of action, and consequently ófex~ haustion, suffered by the* quicker over the slower pulse, in the course of 365 days." Will "some of your medical friends, Mr. Editor, take the trouble to inform us whether the áb, ove reasoning be secundem artem, or, as I hppe it is, pure fudge; or, mayhap, both one and the other ! Yours,r&cft...

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MONODY, On the death of a young Lady, who was drowned whilst bathing at Newhaven, near Edinburgh. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

MONODY, On the deathofa young Lady, ioho was drowned whilst bathing at Newhaven, near Edinburgh. - ' ' ' Little I dreamt, when last my harp I strung, And many a various theme, in numbers sung, That, when again its lays I should resume, The notes should chime an anthem for the tomb ! Ah! little dream't I, that lov'd Mary's knell, Should be the subject of their solemn swell. But she is gone !-she whom on earth we lov'd, In memory lives, though now to Hcav'n removed, And, as amid the waters Mary died, Tears of affection shall augment the tide ! ' Ali ! lovely flower verging hut to bloom, Scarce had thy fragrance shed its' rich pe'r v fume, ' When a remorseless shower thy beauties blighted, ! And reckless withered, what so much de- lighted ! But sixteen summers had thy vii tues1 gi aced A form, where purest loveliness was placed, When Death, too envious of ourjiappiness,' Snatched thee fioni eaith, to taste of hea-( venly bliss ! Oh ! who can tell the pangs of woe severe, Which rend thy...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir,-A consideiable alarm has gone abroad, in consequence of His Majes- ty's Mini&teis having must wisely equa- lized the duties upon all wool imported -into England.-This alarm * is wholly without foundation, and is' probably raised, in order that the settlers may be induced to sell theil wool at a reduced price.-Now, Sir, so far from this equa- lization of duty, in any way interfering with the"pricesof wool sent from hence, we have reason to believe that nothing of the sort will take place.-The whole quantity of wool sent from these Colo- nies to England is so truly insignificent, in reference to the geneiai importation, that it is not felt in the market ; and among all the different descriptions of wool, the prices of which are inserted in the London Price Current, New South Wales' wool has never yet held a place. Another reason why our fine wool will not suffer depreciation -in price is, that it is of a description to- tally diff...

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FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

¿rfî>. ¡'Mowers« In every flower that blooms around, Some pleasing epiblem we, may.ti ace, Young Lb vn is in the BIyi ile found, (, AnI,McMoRY in the'Fansey's grace/ PtActinthe Olivehrànch wé see, ' Hop'é in the half-sliut Iris glows, In the bright Laurel Victory! '' And lovely Woiüan in the Rbsel q§> To Subscribers.- We have dering the last feto weeks, received 'se- veral complaints from ów\up-count.'y subscribers, respecting the non-delivery of their Papers.-A H we can at present say is, that their. Papéis have been re- gularly sent to the Post Office.

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir,-Would it not be highly desi- rable in the present state of the coun- try, that a Militia or Volunteer Corps should be immediately organized ; the policy of such a step at present would tend materially to increase the confi- dence of settlers in the interior, I have' not the least doubt, were a number of respectable persons to tender their services to join such an associa- tion, it would'meet the encouragement of the Colonial Government. Upon the whole, I think a Volunteer'Corps pre- ferable to a Militia, because the latter must be compulsory, the former volun- tary. One'troop of cavalry, two com- panies of the line, and one of light infan- try, onrifle would be quite sufficient. Every /person iwouldjiave.'to find their own accoutrements and dress, which ought to be green like the Duke of Brunswick's Gorps, and i of the i most simple kind. Regulations ami .days, pf rendezvous must be settled with, the approbation of Government; and place...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

Sheriff's Office, Hobart Town, ... ' , ., . : August 26th, 1824. « ?In the Supreme Court. .. ; ,\ i i ; i ; BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed and obtained bri Judgement award ed by the late Lieute riant Gpvernbr's Court,;! will caúselo be put iip and Sold by Public Auctions at the Times, anda Places herein after nientioned; the Right and Title of the several Defendants to their Property and Effects, in the following Càusës':4 At the, Market Place, Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, the 1st September, ' at 12, o'Çlpck :- . ,' .:/;',:! Atkinson v. Wise. ?.-.<.? r, DWELLING HOUSE, and a Farm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton.' : .', '??'?- ?";, ? ' : Walker & Co. .ú. M'Andrew. DWELLING HOUSE, situate at 'Pitt Water./ Hume v. Evan's ; Clark v. Same. ÍNE -Threshing- Machine, 1 Win- nowing Machine, about 100 Bush- els of iVheat, hi the Stack, and a Farm of ÖÖ0 Acres,, situ ate at the Coal Riyer., in the District of Ulva, bounded on the South by Mr. Till'...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

T&tiic Editor of the Hobart Toten Gazette. Sir,-Iii reading over the letters which have lately appeared in your co- lumns, regarding Dollar and Whefat Contracts, pefmit me to observe, that I decidedly differ with t those writers, so Tar as1 regards enforcing payment of such contracts. First.-As to dollar contracts, I am not Lawyer enough to give an opinion, whether or not dollar notes are recover- able in a Britisli Coüit of'Justice; but this is a matter of light moment, since pounds sterling are recoverable, be- cause thereby dollars can be recovered by taking the exchange uponthe pound sterling. Thus for example :-A de- posits in the» Bank 1000 dollars, and for some leason the Bank refuses to re- fund it. A will immediately cast up his ldÖO dollars into pounds sterling* at the exchange of the day, the dollar at 5s. and sterling at a premium of 16 per cent., which makes A's claim on the Bank £2-15 10s. 4d. for which he will bring his action and recover.-It may be argued the...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. Sir,-Having travelled much in Eng- land, particularly in tlie counties of Kent and Sussex, and consequently seen the Hop Grounds in all stages of culture,   and having gained the best information of the first growers; I feel pleasure in being enabled to give your Readers the following account (should you think it worthy a place in your truly valuable Journal), which I can with truth assert to be the most ap- proved method of cultivating that most   useful plant. I am, Sir, yours, &c.   New Norfolk. A Tourist. The soil for a good Hop Plantation should have a good deep rich loamy sur tace, with a deep sub-soi! ot brick-earth ; this formed, the land should be ploughed as deep as possible (which in Kent is done early in October) ; it is then to be hai rowed level, and meted each way with a survey- or's chain, placing pieces of stick at every tenth link, to mark the place of the hills, which are usua...

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TRUTH AND YOUNG ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

¡TRUTH AND YOUNG ROMANCE.' ?Yöun£ Rómáñ'cethrough rq'áe's'straying/ ' 'Saw1 óldTrüthtrudge^amely on;' '???'?" One in pleasure's light was'playihgj ' - TheJ othersigh?d for pleasures gone : ' Cries' Roman be,1 " O rest a minute Ahd discuss'our View of Earth:- .' : ?Yours mayháve most prudence in it ' ; But in mine is all the mirth." : "Ah!'' Says truth" this world disclos'e's ;| ^Noùght'bùt vain dëlusive wilè^V M > v| Thorns afe,undèraU your,i;os"èS, ' ''; (<v ! ' ; Sadness;.follóws áll^ydur smilès :'* ' v Í CriesRomahceV;" Péíhap's.Tdften' . ll Colour life with tints too Syarm ; , '. Yet'my-warmth a'shademay soften, ! ' j While your coldness chills a charm'." :' ' ! " What is'lq'yè ?'* the sage then asks him- \ " 'Love-iii' summer hours,so^'swc^t '?. \\ \ Uonistahtlove bjrm'gá hours thatnéver, ' 'Löse their sunshine pi.! their sweets." *-i ,Eriepdship tobyoucallaitreasuije/i; :? \ '^ue'.saysTr^th £ it,is a tie = ,¡;;'!;i., « Loospjy'wprp,midst scenes of pleasure,;, I A...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

To the JEditor of Ike Hobart Town Gazette. SlR¿-¡If the following i^ worth in seitipn, it is at your service. In an infant Colony too much infor inaUon, cannot be given re^peotipg a ve- getable which thrives here in a mojit extraoi dînai y degi ee,-.the Potatoe. Experiments haye lately been <made upon ripe Potatoe Apples, on a veiy large scale, at Nancy, Dezier/&c.T Ripe Potatoe Apples, wlien' plucked,;; -mashed and fermented with l-2Üth of ¡ ai; ferment, yield from distillation as much^ spirit as the-best grapes;-leaving no doubt respecting this application, Svhich ¿iVes additional value to that vegetable. Amicus.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

Government & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, August 27th, 1824. THE Lieutenant Governor feels it necessary to announce, that the Party of Prisoners, who escaped from Macquarie Harbour, have again passed into the Interior.-His Honor begs in the most earnest Manner to call upon all Settlers in their respective   Districts to enter, with increased Zeal and Determination, into Measures for the Apprehension of these Robbers. To the most common understanding, not labouring under the miserable Depres- sion of personal Danger, Means will be presented, after a Robbery has been committed, of tracing the Movements of the Depredators ; and it must be under- stood to be the positive Duty of every Settler to spread the Information imme- diately, and to adopt the most prompt and energetic Steps for closely pursuing these Miscreants until they are fairly hunted down. All Crown Servants are to be imme-   diately assembled by their Masters, and apprize...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, August 27. Sitting Magistrate—G. F. Read, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 27 August 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, August 27.   Sitting Magistrate-G. F. Read, Esq. Ship News.-Sailed on Sunday last for Port Jackson, the ship Lang, Capt. Lusk, with many of the passengers who arrived in that vessel from England. The ship Ardent, and the brig Minerva, both laden with wheat, will sail for Port   Jackson in the course of the ensuing week.         Wednesday evening, His Majesty's Attorney-General (J. T. GILLIBRAND, Esq.) returned from Port Dalrymple. The trials at that Settlement, which were not so numerous as expected, were finish- ed on Saturday last, when the Honor- able Chief Justice Pedder, Judge of the Supreme Court, was about to pro- ceed to George Town on a Visit, before leaving Launceston on his return to Hobart Town. His Honor may how- ever be daily expected here. It is almost needless for us to state, that civil and military parties haye been for some time past in pursuit of the re- mai...

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SEPTEMBER. [To be continued in regular monthly succession throughout the year.] [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

SEPTEMBER. [To be continued in regular monthly succes- sion throughout the year.] This month was under the protection of Vulcan. It received various names at various times, but did not long retain them. The Roman Senate wished to call it Tiberius, in compliment to that Emperor, But he declined to agree to it; Domitian denominated it Germanicus, to honour his victory over the Ger- mans ; the senate named it Antoninus, in memory of Antoninus Pius ; Commo «lus termed it Herculeus, in honour of Hercules; aad the Emperor Tacitus was desirous that it should be called after him, because that he was born «nd made Emperor in this month. The first day was a festival in honour of Neptune ; sacrifices were also offered to Jupiter the turbulent, or stormy. The next day was a holy day. The Dionysia, a festival dedicated to Bac- chus, was held on the third. The Ro- man games began on the fourth, and lasted ten days. They were instituted by Tarquin the Elder, and dedicated to the great gods ; that ...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. Sitting Magistrate—E. F. Bromley, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, September 3, Sitting Magistrate-E. F. Bromley, Esq. SHIP NEWS. - Arrived on Tuesday last from England direct, the ship Den- mark Hill, Captain Foreman, with mer-     chandize and passengers ; having left the Downs the 14th ot April.     Sailed on VVednesday for Port Jack- son, the ship Ardent, *Oe«tlv Clements, R. N. Commander, with neatly 8000 bushes ,of wheat on board - Passen- gers, Mr. Pitman, and Mr. Able. The brig Minerva, Captain Forbes,   with about 8000 bushels of wheat, sailed for Sydney also on Sunday week. Sailed on Monday for the Straits, on     a sealing and skinning voyage, the Colo nial schooner Sally, Mr T. Smith, master. The Honourable Chief Justice PED- DER, Judge of the Supreme Court, ac- compamed by Mr. Sorell, Registrar of     the Court,arrived from Port Dalrym ple, on the evening of the 20th ult. Joseph Hone, Esq. ma...

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