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GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, 18th July, 1818. Civil Department. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 October 1818
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, &nbsp; 18th July, 1818.—Civil Department. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR is plea- sed to dispense with the Services of Anthony Fenn Kemp, Esq. as a Magistrate in Van Die- men's Land, and his magisterial Functions &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; cease accordingly from the present Date. By His Excellency's Command, J. T. Campbell, Secretary.
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 October 1818
HOBART TOWN. &nbsp; Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R. Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - Arrived on Sunday last from Port Jackson, after after a six days' passage, the &nbsp; brig, Jupiter, Captain Ainsworth. - Passengers, Mrs. G. F. Read and Mr. Edgar Luttrell. The ship Lady Castlereagh, which left this place on the 26th of June for Madras, arrived off the heads of Port Jackson in 4 days; and remained off 24 hours, during which a boat was sent on shore. Arrived at Port Dalrymple, during the present week, from Sydney, the Government brig &nbsp; Elizabeth Henrietta, with 60 female prisoners; part of which, we understand, are destined for this Station, who with the brig may be expected here shortly. - Passengers, William Walker, Esq. Deputy Assistant Commissary &nbsp; General; and several free settlers who came from England by recent arrivals. By this &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; vessel the Rev. Mr. Youl was to have proceeded to Port Dalrymple...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 17 October 1818
By the stritMÍ of the Jupiter, STONEY tv GkZf, TTBS to the 3d inftant have corrie to our pi hands» They contain much important matter ;b&lt; and sa the following articles will be the m o ft in-ôl tereftingtothe^reater part of our Reader*,, -we ol lofe no rimisnï^jyfng them» publicity «¿«á r * 101 E bj &lt;u 't f* h, BRITISH EXTRACTS DOWN TO M^rrl£ An article from Hanover dated the 23d ultimo» fays '«His Royal Highnefs the ..Duke of Cambridge, whofa marriage ia fixed/j ,^[ta|^Jilk^ on ttye 1th of May, will fet out ^pn4be èch for England wah his Confort. His 7*áV¿l'3HÍ¿hnefrwiíPir Fraport hkvè5 ah ehl HmüwvWitts aWtfft After the Oueen Dbw¿ ui te (v ol c .I ai > w te al ti !> tr hi ti ai ra ti ti d gar of JWirtemberg. " Ms\ßofe, the Eûglifh tsWffftf ; foWdT4û his return to Berlin from , fondón, a courier, who bad brought him ordert f fio proceed to CaíTel to re pre fen t his Royal High* vsiofa the Prince Regent at tlie> marriage of the t Puke-of Cambridge*"-The...
Proclamation, By His Excellency LACHLAN MACQUARIE, Esquire, Captain General, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
^r^cîàrnatioDV .i^Ht^BitcdteÀ'cy- LACHEA N=MAÇ? , al, Governor aiiä Oömrhander in . . 'CHifeîf ífi and cfóer Jíis ^tajefty's . ..fèrritorjj$ NewlSouth Wales and its p^pendencieV'^c. &c? &c» J lîjf HËREAS upon the* Death of Divers *T ©f'HisMajefty's Subjectsin the Ter- ritory *>f -NevT South Wales and ïts De pendencie^'"many Perfóns have pqflèiTed ,thèmfelves of; the Goods and Chattels: öfj , the, PerforaTo dyifljg. as Ëxeçùtgrsfof their i [ own. î^rçn,g,, o ti. being lawful.. E xeç u tors I .or.nexfc pf Kin of.iuç'^.,(îeçcafcd Çcr/onS| ñjlaye., Q/puccd ¿q prove ¿heir .WiUs^or to Htake mt. letter« of J^d«&lt;inièratioa of:their &lt;" pe* fonal-Eftatein the i-Supreme- Court bf iVEacleïiafticali Judicature ofthisi Territd ttjyi j^&Arfd '"'wneféal it* -is » tháOed-! by-the ~Sfâ'tÛté^thevS7tlï 4Vear:offhè?Reign of ^ÎÎi^MàjéiftJr'Ktpg^G kb"^tifErthe!THtRi>, l^ijf tef^b^eâibn. loi' that ¿v^ry. per iori : ^1iofÔiaiÎ ad.nninîfter;th]p pêrfohSàl J...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, October 24th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
GOVT. AND GENERA ORDERS . Go,.VEANM«HT Hoys», HOBART Teww, 'J' ' . " áaturdayffOaobér £4tb? 1818. | BIS*'Exe BL LBN C.Y the GbVBEWOR In ^Cnhv having men' pleated to approve of ¡friitftfAi JXkúü Efq; (a ttpjotf in the Army 'art^i Captain of the 48th Regiment,) whoít Al* .|>oiritrttentaiMafciftàtein Van piemen's Land bcars'Dáte the 6thï>ay of'june lah, beipg cal- iea to officiate permanently as pine of the Bench «f Mahratta in this Setütineni with «hi »foal Al lo wances ; H i s H ort o R the LIIUTBMANT Gov s R NO R rhafces kndwn the fame for gcner» iffiImîorMatîOn;"1'^'1'" vlr.'rM "i > ;;Î.;&lt;-".: .-r^ ¡:Bj CbifimaÄdfoßiRiifHbneP'- i««v T fl?hö Lteu^ant Cov^iior) , :.: ' r£ Et Rtibinfon;Secretary«
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, 19th September, 1818. CIVIL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
GOVT. AND .GENERAL ORDERS GoVttftfÜÚIVT'HOÚ'ÍE; SrbNjtf, - ÍÓth'September; 1818. ^ ?Ä* N erroneous Opinibtfhàvîfig for fómeTifhel, ?**.' prevail«^ that the Wfféi'br'Coïnirtànd êfl of Con via Vra^fp^ài aVe^ntltiéd to Wain,, for their bwnOTeand Bettfetftra^fo^ortWof all Provifiom fnipped. b/ltí¿Btftith Govern- ment, ekhet for the Uf* of* the CoWielS during their Paftege hither, barter Weir4 Arrival it and ", the Cuftom oí allowînVwarDB(iVaioh ecjual to One Eighth of the Quantity *ihil>j>ebV haning ¡ been in fome Degree admitted into rWtice ( hete ; His'Etcs LJC¿N'C'T trié Go vSRNÖ,R, in. Order ^prevent* future. Er for on thiv Subject, hereby nbtífíoi to all concerned, that nb'lucljj Allowance irauthorteed'or- fan'cWhed '% Hi* t Majefty's Government in Regard tO'thís'Cóuri trv; *nd the Depaiy -Corirmiflarv Genera! is hereby ftriftly enjoined'not,to jnäke or admit any Allowance or Deduction wha'ever from the Quantities of Pro vifions fpecifiedin the Invoices from the Comimffionen ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
DeputyAffifttntCommiflary General »Office, HobattTown, *±\b Oaober,t8i8« THOSE JPerfons who ire defiroui of lupply *ing His Msjefty'e Mâgszioesat this Station with Freih Meat between the 15th December i8t8, and 94th June 1819« aro hereby ro-i quired'to feod in to *hU Office on or before the 24th of November next. Tenders fpecily inglhe Quantity they will be abloto fupply during that Period. By Command of His Honor The Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS ARCHER, Acting Deputy A fit ft ant Com mt (Tar y General. Deputy Ail;liant CommttTiry General's Office, Hobart Town, 24th October, 1818. THE Weather at this Seaton of the Yen being toe Warm to allow of &he Mest i flu ed aa Rations to the feversl Clattes of! People from Hi« Majefty's Stores being kept throughout the Whole of «he Week ; His Hovoa the LIBUYBNAUT GOVBBKOR his been pleafed to direct that from Saturday next, the 30th Inftant, it (hall be, ifluod Twica-a. Week; namely, on Wednefdays and Satur. days ; of which all Perfons co...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVT. HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, October 24th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. GOVT. HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, October 24th, 1818. HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERN- OR has the Satisfaction to make known that MICHAEL HOWE, the Murderer and Robber whose Crimes have so loudly called for Public Justice, whose Perseverance in his Career and Rejection of proffered Mercy for former Offences will long remain impressed upon the Minds of the Inhabit- ants of this Colony, was overtaken in the Neighbourhood of the Shannon River on the 21st Instant, by WILLIAM PUGH, a Private of the 40th. regiment, accompanied by THOMAS WORREL, Crown Servant; and after a severe Struggle, was killed. The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR cannot too &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; strongly Commend the Activity, Intelligence, &nbsp; and Spirit of Private William Pugh; Qualities &nbsp; which he had full Reason to expect in that &nbsp; Soldier from the Recommendation which he had received from Major BELL, commandi...
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY's OFFICE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, 24th October, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
"ÖÖVBRNMRNT4 TOBUCrNO l^CBSi .Sif ¿irtR'Y¡W)VVVc* ¿ Ho* À* T -TWHP ".'" JJSâ(tird^y-2Yth; Gaobef.1&lt;lél,8v: BIS EWtU'áAcv 'tHe^'GafaWoVin CiiVa*'IMvjwg.*eetfdlftifed ia :tAiffmit ro^e'tíAíkTb^r^bvafaiibá^íWrfol Grants,ot,.LandJo he made ¡n |hts Seltl^ment and'at Pbrt'^álryrñN W 'éllWeVfcfcrfons whbíe MemorïatHor tfiallÄdM^ÄcO^eÄf'lllb. iriítíed t9:Wa Êxcellëf^U W LíttteWat Oovebor;1helTeveràl(lvferfi^r1â1iWma>i rnfdtaktirfn thWe'a|ífcn,Uíby. k Miy»*1 WA» Office on Saturday, theíUft TirJttaVít, tfr3at1Pirt Dalrymple to the, ^WPb-kÄ^T, to whom tfteîiffl^l^jffWiit will be forwarded. ÍX li hereby ordered ¡and required «lUMll Carts^goirtgi frbm" Ä* &lt;ScftflfifteHts on the Derwent: to^Pbrtr£>a'irym,ple#«roHö'an^tät'or Place in the IttfórW, 'do'fceépHhV'Higft Road tito i Whdle ^i 'aàdnfcat ^tHi'v^o Minter the Settlement of ^Pórk 'Dalrf rn^e%/>eM&g the South Eflc; 'af'the^ Fotfd hétwéeh-GibÎOn'a «fad Matoy'»1 Faring àVd-tt tió]otter*]aie : And Notice is ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
provided with a government boat, men, and all requisite equipment for making a complete sur- vey of Port Davey and Macquarie Harbour, &nbsp; its entrance and channel, and the neighbouring &nbsp; shores, and country and also to pursue the course of the Gordon River. The information which had been procured by Capt. Kelly in his for- mer voyages, respecting this very interesting and important Port will no doubt be much increas ed upon this occasion ; and a complete survey as well as report of its capabilities will be ob- tained ; and we understand that it is in the contemplation of the supreme authority of these Territories that a Settlement shall be formed at Macquarie Harbour at no distant period. MICHAEL, Ho,wa.-.At lengtb this daring and perfévering. Criminal, whofe multiplier offences havefo long called aloud for condign ponißimem,. has met his fate His frequent roliberiev of late at the out ftock-yards and [huts rendered it next to impoitible that he could long go...
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
H OB A R T TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Archer, Esq. SHIP NEWS - The ship Ann whaler, Captain John &nbsp; Wilkinson, is preparing for &nbsp; &nbsp; sea, and will sail for England &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; about the latter end of the month. His Majesty's schooner Mermaid, Lieut. KING, R. N. Commander, has lately ar- rived at Port Jackson, after an absence of 7 months and 7 days, on a voyage of dis- covery on the South and West coasts of Australia. &nbsp; &nbsp; We are happy to hear that a ship with &nbsp; &nbsp; male prisoners, direct from England, may be expected here in a few weeks. The brig Sophia is taken up by Govern- &nbsp; ment to bring a cargo of pine from Macquarie Habour.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 24 October 1818
THIRTY POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS on Friday the 9th Instant the Hide of a Bullock, which has been stolen out of my Herd, was found concealed in a hole of water at Kangaroo Point, with the Initials M G branded on the same. - Whoever will give such information as shall lead to the Discovery and Conviction of the Party or Par- ties who stole the said Beast, shall receive the above Reward. EDWARD MILLER. Old Beach, Oct. 10, 1818. CAUTION. - All Persons are hereby cau- tioned against taking in Payment a Promis- &nbsp; sory Note, drawn by the Undersigned in Sep- tember last, for £24 Sterling, in favor of George Lowe, or Order, payable on or before, the 31st of March 1819; - the same being given by me to the said G. Lowe on condition of his returning to me two Promissory Notes, one drawn by Richard Burrows, sen. in favor of me, for £20 Sterling, and the other by Richard Burrows, jun. in favor of G. Lowe, or Order, for £3 Sterling, as will appear by a Receipt of the said G. Lowe's now i...
GOVERNMENT and GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, Octover 31st, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 October 1818
GOVERNMENT and GENERAL ORDERS. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, Saturday, October 31st, 1818. MR. Deputy Assistant Commissary General WALKER having arrived at Port Dalrymple &nbsp; &nbsp; to take Charge of the Commissariat &nbsp; Department at that Station, and having entered upon his Duties from the 25th Instant, all &nbsp; Communications relating thereto will be addressed to that Officer in future. By Command of His Honor, H. E. Robinson, Secretary.
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Bell, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 October 1818
HOBART TOWN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sitting Magistrate - Thomas Bell, Esq. In consequence of the press of matter this week, the interesting particulars of the life of Michael Howe, from the space it will &nbsp; &nbsp; occupy in our columns, is necessarily delayed for the present. SHIP NEWS. - Sailed yesterday for Port Dalrymple, the brig Jupiter, Capt. Ainsworth, with a cargo on board for that Settlement. Same time sailed for Macquarie Harbour, the brig Sophia, Captain Kelly. By this vessel Mr. Florance has taken his passage, for the purpose of surveying that interesting &nbsp; harbour, and reporting its capabilities, as &nbsp; mentioned in our last Paper. The ship Ann, for England, will sail in the course of the ensuing week. Captain Wilkinson, we understand, intends again touching off &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the coast of New Zealand on his way &nbsp; homewards, to fill up with about 40 tons mo...
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, October 31st, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 October 1818
GOVERNMENT PUBLIC NOTICES. SadtaTARY*« Orrie*, Oöober 31ft, 1810. ANY Perfon defiroüs of fupplyíng to Go- vernment by Contradi, Sames and Frames for the Windows of the Church, Twenty.four in Number, m ay fee a Specification of the Work at the Office of she A ¿ling Engineer, on Tuef day and Wednefday the 3d and 4th of Novena her» from 10 to II o'Clock : and Propofals for undertaking the fame are to be font in fealed to the Acting Engineer on or before the, lath, of the fame Month 5 the Par\y contracting to find fecu-l rity for completing the Work in a given Period. 1 Tis hareby ordered and required, that ;all ^Carts going from the Settlements on the .2>er*rent toPort; Dalrymple, or to any/Part, or Place m the Interior, do keep the High Road the Whole way ; and that they do-enter the Settlement of Port Dalrymple by eroding the South Efk, at the Ford between Gibfon's and Maffey's Farm«, and at no other Place :-And Notice ii hereby given, that all Carts which may be found deviating f...
Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, 31st OCTOBER, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 31 October 1818
Government and General Orders. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, HOBART TOWN, 31st OCTOBER, 1818: &nbsp; HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR is pleased to direct that the following Statement of the Police Fund of Van Diemen's Land for the Quarter ending June 30th, which has been returned, approved by His Excellency the &nbsp; Governor in Chief, shall be published for general Information. By Command of His Honor the Lieutenant Governor, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; H. E. Robinson, Secretary. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The POLICE FUND OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, in Account Current with JOHN BEAMONT, Esquire, Treasurer, for the Quarter ending June 30th. DR. - TO - paid Mr. Lewis, Commission and Orphan Duty on Sale of Government Horses. - £14 2s. 3d. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; John Beamont, Esq. for Amount advanced for Sieves. - 3 0 0 Thomas Hayes, for use of a cart and Bullocks, and Provisions ...