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MESSRS. DUCKLES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

JLftX. MESSRS. BUCKLES' LSTTÍR; We have the pit asure to lay before «u* n"i<ievt the following excellent circular letter frort Messrs tyuokle«, Bagster & Buckl«, dated Londo». Aiï»u»t 31,1829, vis:- ' 8 .. In waiting opon you with any pjejentptwe cur. rent of your colonial produce, .*. lieg to ulfei the following remarks upon the most'désirable methods uf preparing for shipment lo this country the auvn-al anides of your export, and to which we would strongly urge yoor pointed attention, feeling assured t.at you will lind your account by »trictly abiding by our suggestions. _ ' '1 be value of Oil is chiefly dependent «pnn'its co Ipur, the pale of o»urse being the most valuable, and with a view lo pieserve this mtioh care is necissary extracting the oil from the blubber, as if .the latter is allowed to adhere to the pana (which will be the case when loo inueh heat .is applied) the oil will si. ways be discoloured; attention should also be pi ¡j to the sweetnens of t...

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THE KING'S BIRTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

THE KINO'S BIRTH DAY. The anniversary of the Natal day of the King wa» celebrated on Wednesday with more than usual de monsirations of rejoicing. Abnin two o'clock hi» Majesty attended by the Lord Steward of the House held and the Lord and Groom in Waiting, wont to Snow hill, to I«y the foundation stone of a statue to the memory of his late father. George the Third. Mr. Westmacott, the sculptor chosen to execute the sta- tue, and Mr Tebbutt, the Mayor of Windsor, were in attendance. The King addressed these gentlemen individually, and having received from Mr. Westma cott the mallet, performed the ceremony of laying the stone by striking it three times with the mallet, at the same time using the following expression :-.. I, George the Fourth, do this in remembrance of George the Third." While the ceremony was being perform- ed intelligence was conveyed by signal to the Kings fort at Belvedere, where tbe event was announced by the discharge of a double royal salute by the ar- tillery,...

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

IMPOUNDED at Brighton, 3 ewe» len ear tip off light split right cheek branded8,1 lamb same ear mark, ldo right ear tipped and split, lefteur back off, I ewe right ear notch in back,left ear do, branded illegibly left cheek, 1 do right ear notch ip ba,ck, left ear tip off and 2 notches in front, 1 do fight ear two notches in backonefiont, left tar tu o notches in back, 1 do supposed Mr. Sharp's of Risdon, 1 do supposed Mr. Hooper's of Old Beach, 1 limb supposed Mr. Johnson's, 30 ewes righi ear half off left ear-two boles branded on the right cheek H batjoij on nose, tl ram do do. 3 ewes right ear half off back part of flio left off, 1 do right ear notched at back,'let\' ear two holes, 21 lambs and 67 sheep right ear notch at back, t brown cow branded star near thigh JG, 1 bruwn and wbite calf branded star on shoulder, 1 grey cow brand- ed star near shoulder, 1 white calf do do , 1 blaok steer, white face brand star near shoulder, 1 black cow white hind legs white on the back, 1 red y...

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THE TURKS AND RUSSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

.THE TURKS AND RUSSIANS. By the-last ,accouuts the Turks wen» completely , driven,from their defiles in the 'mountains ; and the Russian générât, by an admirable disposition of his troops, was able to bear down upon Adrianople with such« force, that the inhabitants, with the priests at their bead, immediately capitulated and placed them- selves under the proteo ion of the conquerors. Adri .*-*àpo**ple i« held to be the second city in the Turkish Empire, and contains about 100,000 inhabitants; but its importance is enhanced by the advantageous po- sition it affords to the invading army, as it is the last key on the road to the capital, and commands the whole extent of the intervening country. The ex- tremity to which his obstinacy has reduced the sul- tan must at last force him into terms. Dispatches from Constantinople annouuee the departure of com- missioners from that city to the Russian bead quar- ters to treat of peace. The negotiations are in pro- gress, and the war will soon r...

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THE NEW FRENCH MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

THE NEW FRENCH MINISTRY. All the popular journals in France are loud in their expressions of distaste and alarm, at the new ministry. As these journals sp.nk the sense not only of nirie-tenths of the people of France, but of four-fiths of the persons of properly their declarations are not to be disregarded. The persons of ibe minis- try are not popular and their principles arc judged of more by the rancour of their adherents than by their own declarations. Ad.uiral Rigny is popular, besides bim the least unpopular among the ministers are the Gount de la Bourdunnave, and de Chabrol, and perhaps M. de Pulignao himself.-Ibid. It seems to be deemed necessary tu caution the world against the belief that the recent change in the French administration his had its source in anti Russian principles, and promises to lead to consé- quences adverse to the interests and designs of Rus- sia. If this admonition were necessary it would be prudent and beneficial, for it would be both discredi- table...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER.               SATURDAY, JANUARY IO, 1830. Arrived on Sunday the 10th Jan.the transportship Prince Regent, 527 tons. Capt. George Hurstwick, from London 14th ,Sep. with 198 male prisoners, sur- geon superintendent Dr. Drummond. The guard con- sists of detachments of 27 rank and file of various.re gements under the command of Capt. Frazer of the 1st regiment. Passenger, Mrs. Fraser with servant. Arrived on Sunday the 10th January last. the bark   Clarence, 250 tons, Capt. Lindsay, from the speim! 'fishing ground, last front New Zealand, most of the   crew having run from the vessel at that place, Capt. Lindsay having navigated her mostly with the help of natives of New Zealand, brings 200 barrels of very excellent oil about 70 tons. Cspt. Lindsay is now   remanning his vessel in order to set on out a second expedition. Arrived on Mo...

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DREADFUL FLOOD IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

DREADFUL. FLOOD IN SCOTLAND. The heavy rains in August last in Scotland occa- sioned an inundation more extensive, and it is feared more destructive than any flood in the memory of the oldest person alive. On Monday evening the rain which had partially descended during the previous two or three days fell in torrents, the wind rose to a hurricane, and flashes of lightning and tremendous peals of thunder followed each other in an almost un- interrupted succession. The rivers Dee and Don and the Lossie, were observed to rise on Monday after- noon, and continued to do so until about ten o'clock on Tuesday, after which they receded as rapidly as they had risen, In some places the Dee reached 11 feet above its ordinary level, and the harbour of Aber- deen was filled at the time of low water above the height of an ordinary spring tide. A little below the bridge of Dee the water rose at least eighteen inches higher than in the flood of 1799, and the Lossie at Elgin surpassed in height fully...

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THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 16 January 1830

THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. We have great pleasure in recording the high and   flattering patronage which this well meant Society has met with. Although as yet but in its infancy it is already joined by a large proportion of the most respectable members of the community, and we may naturally expect that every honest man who takes a laudable interest in the success of this colony, as well as in the general advancement of human know ledge and happiness, will contribute his assistance, and the result of his individual labours, to elicit the resources of Van Diemens land. For knowledge un less it be imparted can be of little avail to the good of our fellow creatures, and this, we learn is the great object of the society, namely to collect Useful discoveries, and the transactions of its members, and to publish them in the world. Another grand object   in view is the cultivation of a piece of ground as an experimental and botanic garden. This if it can be &...

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

WANTED, Gentleman n« CLERK, in a Solicitor's OfDce Apply to ihe Office of this paper. that the meet FOUND. ABost, the owner of wbub may have itbv pay- ing expenses. Apply lo Jackson & Addison .elizabeth Street. January'13,1830. MRS.'MIDWOOD beg« to announce lb« ?;'JYoung Ladies of her establishment will lu resurtïe their studies on the 5th Ol' Feb. Roxboro' House, Jan. II, 1830. BANK OF VAN piEMFN'S LAND. A General Meeting of the Proprietors of Bank Stock, will be held on Monday the 1st Febrnl srv next, at 12 o'clock pieois-ly, to declare the hall \eatl» dividend, and for other purposes. J '?-"" r. Y. LOWES, Macquarie street, Jan. 1?, 1830. CAPTAIN LINDSAY of the bark Clarence, hereby cautions ihe inhabitants of Hobart tunn agaii'st giving credit to anv of his crew, a« he «ill not be responsible for any debts ~they may con h act._ TO he Let with immediate possession.-That neat and commodious dwelling home, jus» finished in a superior manner, »i'Hatrd in Campbell «(reel, betw...

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

THE GAZETTE OF THIS D\\ vONfAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, (No. 12) Co- lonial Secretary's Office, Jan. 13,1830. Certificates of freedom bare b«en granted to'the un dermentioned persons :-? George Morton, 450, Albion. Ambrose Fletcher, 229, do. John Kitby, 1C5-. do. John Belrlier,C73,do. Charles Lewis, 144, Shipley. Rose, the wife ot Thomas Daley; 41, Mary;. Thomas lUsell, 312, Morley. - » Robert Coombes, 513. do.   By His Excefleooy's Command, J. Burnett. s»T1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 13.] Colo \jf nial Seerelaiy's Office, January 13, 1830. The undernicnlioned persons having duly executed bonds of qualification, have been licensed as Auc- tioneers and Vendue Masters in the County of Buck- inghamshire : Mr. Kirban! Lewis. Air. John Thomas Collicott. Mr. John Christopher Underwood. Mr. David M'Kny. Mr. William Cook. By His Exoellenoy's Command, J. BUllVETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 14.] Coln* nial Secretary's Office, January 13,1650. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to ap...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

IMPOUNDED in, Spring Hill Parish, the di», trict of Oatlands, I Strawberry bull, dornt horns, branded OB near hip, one «|,lit ilj lite fight ear and two ill the left« Unless claimed, e*peflsel paid, and taken a«av on or before 10th iebtftary next, they still he »old at the found on that day« MICHAEL JONES, Pound-keeper tUPOUNDED «t Mead's fiottoW, I tvliiie «leaf IS on the rfeck, ind S on the near hip, 1 brown j cow and yearling, SM ort (lie hear hip, 1 black corf and calf Ik on the near hip, 1 grey heifer arid call' supposed to be f M on the Hear illtmldet, 1 black cow with while ridge Supposed EL oil the Off hip, If not claimed in three weeta fiorjrl this date» (he/ will be fold at the Pound to tie fray expenses« ANDREW SMITH, p4Udd<kefpef. Jan. 2?, MO. _J_ IMPOUNDED at Macquarie River, Police <': trirt of Campbell-lown, I brown »leer'WC near hip, A offhip. If not claimed, expense« paid, and taken away ort or before the Oth Feb. it will be »old «t the Pound l...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

    THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS   GOVERNMENT NOTICE (No. 16) Co- lonial Secretary's Office. Jan 20, 1830.     Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons:-   John Hawkins 456. Arab ; Stephen Kibble, alias Richardson, 121. General Hewitt ; Thomas Powell,   331. Asia (1); George Weaver 509, ditto ; Joseph   Rhodeley, 261, ditto. Edward Moore. 470 ditto; Abel Hicken, 579, ditto, Thomas Buckley, 714, dit- to; Andrew Kitchen, 176, ditto ; James Nowland,     112 ditto; William Bennett, 720, ditto; Hugh Yarwood, 32 Competitor , Thomas Lowe alias Towsey. alias Thomas Lowe Milliner, 259, ditto;   Joh Cash. 541, ditto; Elijah Broad. 626, ditto ; William Collins 636. Chapman; John Gravener, 388 ditto! Thomas Moore. 45, Sir Godfrey Web- ster; Robert Maddocks, 456, ditto , John Taite,   266, ditto . John Gar...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

GENERAL POST OFFICE. Hobart town, Jan. 23,1830. THE Mail« for England, per Prince Retient, Capt. Mallard, and Lady Harewood, Capt Limon, will be closed as follows: .Prince Regent, to night, at 8 o'clock precisely, Lady Harewood, Wednesday, Feb. 3 next. J.T.COLLICOTT, . Postmaster.' í HOBArtT-TOWN ACADEMY. MR. THOMSON begs to intimate, that the Young Gentlemen attending his School, will meet to resume their studies, on Monday the 1st of February. MRS. MIDWOOD begs to announce that the Young Ladies of her establishment will meet to resume their studies on the 5th of Feb. Roxboro* House, Jan. 11,1830. El .LINTHORPE HALL. MRS. G, C. CLARK request» her Young La- dies will re-assemble sufficiently early to commence thtir studies on Monday the 8lb of the ensuing month. The first Quarter will terminate on the 12th of April. ' h.E«inthorpe Hall, Jan. 19, 1830. HOBART TOWN COMMERCIAL ACADEMY. -000-' THIS Seminary will re open after the Christmas Vacation, on Monday the 25 tb of January, 1830....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

' TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. J. C. Underwood, 'x '* ' (positivelv without rescue.) 41 On Wednesday and Friday next, the 27th and 29th insf. ' i *,< AN extensive assortment of Merchandize, nmongst which are- ; , 2 oa«e3 Stitionery, consisting of ledgers,^day books and journals, bd. rf. of. ,, Cyphering books, copy books, folio-post, foolscap, Idler and note papers <?? ' ' » 9 ca«e« of pickles 0 ca«es of capers 3'J cask« sound Dutch cheese ' And a variety of earthen and e.la«s ware, iron work farming and other implement«, and sundry other goods too numerous to mention. < . ' 'Terms-Prompt payment. SALE BY AUCTION, By. Mr. Lewis, At his Rooms in Macquarie street, on Wednesday next the 27th instant. TWO CAssES Wearing Apparel, containing Broun and whit« dull Trowsers >r, ; Drab, grey, and black jean Do. Nankeen and kerie) mel e Do. White quilting toi lone tt and kerseymere VVaistt'oat« Superfine* gentlemen's Coats A few dozen of gentlemen's Shirts ...

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THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. (Sent 16 [?] for insertion from the pen of a contributer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND   SOCIETY         (Sent to us for insertion from the pen of a contribut-   ter.)     On Saturday last the 16th Instant, the 1st meeting of the Philosophical Society, which has lately been established in this colony, was held in the Court house. The Lieut. Governor having been invited to attend, en- tered the room at 3 o'clock, accompanied by Mrs. Arthur, who with several other ladies honoured the inauguration of the So- ciety with her presence. We were glad to to see upwards of a hundred of the most in- fluential individuals of the colony assembled upon this interesting occasion, and we can- not remember ever to have witnesied so res- pectable or numerous a meeting in the same place.-(Our esteemed contributor could not have been present at the late lectures at the Mechanics' Institution at which the same Court House was crammed to the last cor- ner with both ...

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THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

THE HOBART-TOWN COURIER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23. 1830. Arrived on Monday the 18th inst. the ship       Bussorah Merchant, 530 tons, Captain George     Johnson, from London 15th Sept. the Downs     6th October, with 198 male prisoners, marine stores, &c. Surgeon Superintendent, M. W. Anderson, esq. The guards consist of Lieut. Hogg, of the 6th regi-     ment, and 27 rank and file of different regiments           proceeding to head quarters in India. Passengers - R. Wood, esq. lady and 5 children, 5 womem and 3 children of the Military. Two prisoners, one of the   guard, and one child died during the voyage.   Arrived on Thursday evening the 2lsi instant, the a SsV-fnarl »Jolley. 317 tons Capt. W Waffoid, from tj -P»X»j»iiITW November 9th, with a cargo of sugar, le-i «J* | ,...

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PIRACY AND MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 23 January 1830

PIRACY AND MURDER. Mr. Chirle«. r»\lt, who oime pissengcr in the Ann from St, 1 lionins's lo Jttlniici, reports that he was n passenger in Kio Irlám C «plain Campbell, from Liverpool bound to At Vincent's. Orc-lko 4jb ii If" about Ô0O miles S W. of ¡Madeira, the Irlam wasbi.ir(l<(i hy a liri "ninnie; undir Trcnoh ooloit(s She sent four boats alongside, will) nparly 20 men in each. The most msiil iog couliiot wa« manifested to evert ptrson on hoinl. A young lady, «istcr to Cnpt Camphelf, tbnut IO \ear« of age, w11 slabb"d to the heirt, and, with lit r servant, a negro, tossed overboard Uri ee of the crew were murdtred. and the eonkaud taipcriier were tiken out of the vessi I on board of the pinte. Me cut the main and fore shrouds, «cn It ltd the vessel.' took out 85 casks of flout, 41) or 50 «a«ks of poak,and beef, 7 cT-ki of water'and all the live1 stock, and »tote in « rask and half of »nier, the oily remaining pvt of that oom nitfdity It ft on ho mi. During part of this...

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INSOLVENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

INSOLVENT LAW; We bare been favoured with a copy of the follow. Ins letter addressed to the principal merchants'and hank directors by the Solicitor General, on the sub- ject of the proposed Act for the relief of iti'sol vi nts :- , , Jnn. 21,1830. Sir,-His Excellënoy the Lien tennnl Governor having been plenseil to appoint n committee of gent'emen, nil of them being" (with the exception of mjsclf) melnbers of ihc Legislative Council, with instrottiotis lo communicate willi the ptincipal merchants and bank direcors, and to ns celt.iill their viens find opinions upon the stlbjeot of on insolviiit law, I rio myself the bunour, in the name of the committee, of soliciting j our. attention to the enclosed question«, to Winch vie sh.ilL be glad toro nive a reply at yonioailii\st convenience. It would probably lie more sftlisfni Iori to 3 ou to convey your sentiments upon the subject in «riling. But if you prcfi r perform! cninmiinicaiiun, as affording n better opportunity of exp'nitiing in...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

THE GAZETTE Of THIS DAY CONTAINS.         GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 21.-Colonial Secretary's Office, January 26,1830. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences. TICKETS OF LEAVE       Edmond Booth, No. (>07, Albion.     William Smith, No 733, Woodman. By His Excellency's Command,   J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 22.-Colonial Secretary's Office, 26th January, 1830.   Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons: John Wood, 552, Sir Godfrey Webster. Mark Noble, 104, do.   Joseph Rhodes, 329, Competitor. John Jones, 222, do.       Thomas Rogers, 526, do. Richard Brown, 627, do. William Minto, 381, Caledonia 2. Joseph Clarke, 609, Asia 1. John Macfarline, 240, do. Jonah Rodman, 369, do. William Hayes, 577, do. Lewis ...

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[?] RIVER. [?] KING GEORGE THE THIRD[?] SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 30 January 1830

¿WAI* fcí jrftfc ÏUp KrÎî^eUQUGÊTWlî THIRDSÍOCNp. fey the at riva! of the Colonial brig Go j Vernir .Phillipa at Geoige town, winch, put i jato ifi.it port the other day for lefnvhmenl in the vorace iron» Geoige's Sound to Syd- ney, wfe have had the pleasure to leal tillie p.uíiculars of a most importait discovery of a rich1 ftnd vahi.ihli» territory in the neigh horn hood of tlte above mentioned settle- ments. It will be recollected that Dr. Wil- son, sill «con supei intendent of the ship Go vernor Ready, was lately wrecked in that lesselin Torres straits, on the voyage from Hobart town to India, and having proiiden tially »scaped fra ra t»>e wreck, in finding his way hack to Svdiwy, lie visited the set- tlements of Raffles bay, Swan river and King George's sonnd. During his stay at the lat- ter place, he took the opportunity of explor- ing the interior to a considerable distance in the detection of Swan river, and the disco venes he has made are not ouly gratifying tu themselve...

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