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British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 September 1824

British Intelligence. Cast Iron Church-St. George's Church, Liverpool, is an object of con- siderable architectural interest for its taste, and having been nearly the first cast iron church erected in the kingdom. The whole of the frame work of the windows, doors, pillars, groins, roofs, pulpit, and ornamental enrichments, are of cast iron.-The length is 119 feet j the breadth 47. It is ornamented by a splendid cast window of stained glass. -The tower, raised to the height of 9G feet, and standing on a hill, the site of an ancient sea-beacon, ia elevated 345 feet above high water-mark, and commands one of the finest views in the kingdom, comprehending the town and shipping of Liverpool, the estuary of the Mersey, the level surface of Lancashire, as far as the eye can trace the prospect, with the craggy hills of Wales towards the west, and towards the north-east the distant mountains of Cumberland and I 'Westmoreland. An authentic communication iii a late Landon Paper slates, that th...

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 September 1824

TO bo SOLD, ft large Eight-Day Town Clock, and a finely toned Bell; an excellent English Waggon, built on the mostimpioyed Puuciple, and a capital new Scotch Di ay.-^-Ap pïoved Bills will be taken.-Enquire,of Bethune and Grant._ J'UST landing from the Australian Company's Ship»Portland, and for SA LE at the Company's Stores (Bos tock's); Jamaica kum and Hollands, Poit, Claiet, and Madeira wine, in wood and bottle ; Scotch ales and por- tel in ditto; best Coik lose butter, pimie mess pork, in barrels and half-ban fels; hams, Gloucester^ Edam cheese, Loch fine herrings, in ban els, half-bat reis, and lilians ; best Bia¿il collée and tobacco, supeilinemustaid, Liveipool salt, starch» blue, soap, candles ; glue, snuff, sad" dleiy, stationeiy, coidage, bags and bagging, sheeting, slop clothing of every description, hardware of ditto, oil and water colours, blushes, whiting, chalk, Stucco, tar, pitch; nail, rod, and hoop iron ; turnip seed, bags, corks, &c. ? (33* Also for Sale, l...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6½d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 September 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, September 24.     Sit. Magistrate — Rev R. Knopwood, M. A. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6½d. Ship News.-Sailed this morning for Port Jackson, the ship Denmark Hill, Captain Foreman, intending to touch again at this Port on her return to England. The Australian Company's ship Port- land, Captain Snell, will sail in the course of the ensuing week for Sydney. On Wednesday the Colonial schoo ner Liberty, Mr. Young, Master, return- ed to Port from Launceston, with wheat, hides, seal skins, and cedar planks. The Ship Chapman, Captain Milbank,   bound from Port Jackson to the Isle of France or Batavia, put into the River Derwent on Sunday last from stress of weather, having been from Sydney 14 days, during the whole of which period she experienced most tremendous bad weather. She resumed her voyage the following day. No Sydney papers were on board; and the only intelli- gence we derive from her is, that the ship Phoe...

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

Sheriff's Office, Hobart Town,     September 23d, 1824.   In the Supreme Court. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed and obtained on Judgment awarded by the late Lieute- nant 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 Property and Effects, in the following Causes : At the Marketplace, Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, the 29th Instant, at 12 o'Clock : Atkinson v. Wise. A DWELLING HOUSE, and a Farm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton. A Murray v. Chapman. FARM of 50 Acres, situate at Bagdad, about 6 Acres^ cleared. Vale v. Lush; Solomons v. Same.   A FARM of 30 Acres, situate at the Black Snake,- about 10 Pigs, and 4 Working Bullocks. A Bent v. Lepine. Weather-boarded HOUSE and a Workshop, situate in Bridge-street. Clark v. Brown. A PISA HOUSE, situate in Bar- rack-street. Unless the several...

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 September 1824

C3CrCT3500t3ElKSK Government Public Notice. FITUIE under-mentioned Persons have JL obtained Certificates during the last Week : Joseph Brown.Caledonia William H otford.... Surrey Edward Watson .... Ditto Edward Stours .... Lady Castlereagh Joseph Carter ...... Ditto Richard Knowles .. Alinorah Tilomas Kelly (2) .. Guildford Margaret Ball.Maria Ann Donavau .Ditto. John Montagu, Secretary. Secretary's Office, Sept. 23d, 1824. Commissariat Office, Hobart Town, Sept. 16th, 1824. FRESH MEAT.-The under-men- tioned Tenders are accepted of, and will be received as staled : Hobart Town. lbs. Octolei-1 Michael Lackey 10,000 at 4d. 8 Champion & Co. 10,000 4d. 15 Ditto.10,000 4d. 22 James Ti iffitt ..12,000 4Jd. 39 Samuel Hood ..10,000 4Jd. Nov.- 5 Ditto.10,000 43d. 12 Ditto.10,000 4*d. ' 19 Champion & Co. 10.000 4d. \ 20 T. Stanfield.12,000 4}d. Dec- 3 David Reynolds 5,000 4}d. Samuel Hood_7,000 4d. 10 Ditto.11,000 4d. 17 Ditto.11,000 4d. 2i "Ditto.11,000 4d. LU'NCUSTON, At 4d....

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

OCTOBER. This month! was -under tbe protection of Mars.' 'It retained its original name, notwithstanding' various attempts to change it. The senate wished to denomi tate it Faustinus, in honour of Faustina, daughter of the Emperor Antonius ; Coramodus gave-, it the name of Invic tus; andDomitian that of Domitiauus; The namers, however, were no sooner dead than the name expired. . On the fifth the ceremony of the Mun dus Patens was performed. This con- sisted in opening a smalt round temple, called Mundus, which was orJened only thrice al year. During these times it was forbidden to give battle, hold,as- semblies, marry, or set about any public or private business ; the infernal regions being believed to be then open. Sacra fices were offered on the sixth to the Manes. The ideas of the ancients with respect to the manes do not appear to have been very accurately, defined. The manes are sometimes spoken of as spirits separated from their earthly bo- dies, sometimes as the internal dei...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

nToihe Editor of tiie Ho fañZbwnÉa¿e*ie> \ SlRi-Observinglaip^ragraph.inyour paper of the 10th instarat,» stating that I was fined 20s. for charging one penny . more than is allowed by tl\e Magistrates for a 2 lb. loaf, I- beg leavte to offer the f following explanation for lite.- consider- ' ation of à liberal < Publicír-Tn' conse- * quence of the sudden rise,of wheat, au' application was made to the ¿Magistrates i for leave to advance the piice\of bread ; ¡ they mofit kindly allowed 6Vi. to be% charged for the 2 lb; loaf, without fix-: ittg the mode of payment^ whether in> sterling or the currency notes of Hobart Town; the latter, it is-wcli known, will not be received by the merchant jin paj7:-: '' meut for their wheatr, -and consequently» great loss attends the receipt of the cur- rency notes in payment» The undeter- mined mode of payment Left great scope for the ingenuity of an 'informed and attthe time of my conviction seven othct persons were also summoned to...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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WE EMIGRANTS To SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

WÉ iÊMfôU-ANTS To "SOUTH AFRICA .1 There has been communicated to Us a ** Report of the Committee of the Society for the Relief of Distressed Settlers in South Africa, with the Re- solutions passed and Speeches delivered at a General Meeting, held at Cape- town, September 17,1823, to which is subjoined an Appendix of Letters and other Documents illustrative of the pre- sent condition of the Settlers." Our limits will not allow us to give insertion, at this time, to the whole of this publi- cation, which has been sent to Eng- land, with a view of exciting the atten- tion of the benevolent to the distressed condition of the Settlers, with a view of .obtaining assistance. The two following letters were writ- ten by gentlemen who are both heads of respectable parties, and who had lived in genteel and comfortable circumstances in their native country : 't Graham's Town, Dec. 23, 1822.-I re- ceived your letter, and am glad that some one thinks it worth while to enquire after so wretched a...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. Sitting Magistrate-G. F. Read, Esq. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6½d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. F RIDAY, October 1. Sitting Magistrate-G. F. Read, Esq. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6½d. The Australian Company's ship Port- land, Captain Snell, will sail for Port Jackson to-morrow ; as will also, on Sunday next, the schooner Liberty, Mr. Young, Master. It has been currently reported during the last few days, that the Seat of 'the Government of this Island will be short- ly removed from Hobart Town to the township of Brighton, at Bagdad, about 17 miles from town, on the other side of the River Derwent; but it is we be- lieve generally understood, that no par- ticular spot to which this removal is to take place has been yet fully decided upon, though it is certain the attention of Government has been drawn to give Brighton the preference.'-From the River being unnavigable for large ships further up than Restdown, as well as other reasons, there is however an opinion entertained, that other places may be found more applicable and bet- ter adapted for the ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

Sheriffs Office, Hobart Town,     September 30th, 1824. In the Supreme Court.   BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed and obtained on Judgment awarded by the late Lieute- nant 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 Property and Effects, in the following Causes :- At the Marketplace, Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, the 6th October, at 12 o'Ciock :- Atkinson v. Wise. A DWELLING HOUSE, and a Farm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton. Murray v. Chapman. A FARM of 50 Acres, situate at Bagdad, about 6 Acres cleared. Clark v. Brown. A PISA HOUSE, situate in Bar-   rack-street. Kimberly v. Kemp; Same v. Same; Same v. Same. A WATER CART, a Quantity of seasoned Timber, and Two Pair of Cart Wheels. Unless the several Executions thereon be previously superseded. John Beamont, Acting Sheriff. MIDWI...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

Government1 & General Orders. Government House, Hobart Town, Oktober 1st, 18*24. CONSTABLE Henry Barrett, 'of Toivk Town, is dismissed Cor 'improper Conduct. - By Command of His Honor The "Lieutenant Governor, JorHN Montagu, Secretary.     Gc»eminent Public Notice. ftt\lljß under-mentioned Persons have % obtained iJertirieates during the last, \S eek :- i John Cheeveií» or Andrews Minerva John 'Clinton. Lord Sidmouth Mai tin Fitzpatrick .Alinora'h ' John Montagu, Secretary. ' Secretaras O (¡ice, Sept. 30,18-24. < Com m ¿variât Oj/tce, Sept. lGih, 1824. Ï7\ ï i lüíj H M tí AT. -The u . de i -me n ^ ' tiyued Tendéis arc accepted of, and. .will be íeceived cts,stated : Hobart Town. lbs. Cciobsr~# Champion 6t Co. 10.000 at 4d. 15 Diuo.10,000 4J. 22 Jamcs.Tiiflilt ..12,000 4}d. 39 Samuel Hood .. 10,o5o 4-Ju. Nov.- 5 Ditto.10,000 4¿d. 12 Di,io ...'..10,000 4*d. 19 Champion & Co. 10,001) 4d. 20 T. Stanfield _12,000 4|d. i>cc-3 David R...

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STANZAS ON LOVE. "Omnia vincit Amor, et nos cedamus amori." VIRGIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 1 October 1824

STANZAS ON LOVE. "Omnia vincit Amor, et nos cedamus amori." ' Virgil. What youth's a stranger to the sweets of love? Or lives unconscious of its heavenly bliss ? Who with the fair has never roamed the grove, And snatched enraptur'd the half-granted kiss ? Who has not sighed for joy so sweet as this ? Or, has he wandered 'mid the moon-light scene, Who has not pray'd the brilliant eyes to his Might soon appear?— vain deeming all beside, Until the blooming maid consent to be his bride. Love ! the rude sailor toss'd on seas afar, The peaceful shepherd on the sunny plain, And the rough soldier nurs'd 'mid rampant war Alike have sung thy power in various strain, And owned their efforts to resist thee vain. In thy hot fever some have found their doom,   Sickened through blighted joy and cureless pain, Then drooped untimely in life's early' bloom, When Hope's bright rays had ceased tbeir prospect to illume.     But to thy lawless sway, resistless bendi...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

TO.CORTRßSPÖ'SDENTS,, ¿c. " As neither political 01 religious controver- sy is, or should be, admissible in oui Paper, we' reject "? PHixonrHOD.oxy'J although We adrnife his,tajeqts. Seveial articles/îaving ofilate been sentwij for immediate Insertion, and »our Ga- zette, in consequence, hayingbeen"Com- pulsively delayed, wc fiCreby sta£e ide peneial irfrofuiafiotf, that ih fuiarc"*?£ íáinll publish Cas »well as print) tfcis^our* nal on Friday. AlbNotices, Proclama-, Á tiona, of ofyer Advertisements from, any ' of-the Public JDepaitmelUs or elsewhere, will therefor«,, as it is necessaíy ' tücy «hpjiJd, be i furnished at ,the, latest by Eleven o'clock on Thursday forenoon.

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THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, and VAN DIEMEN'S LAND ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

Tkk Hobart>ToWnGa?é|¥b, and-4 Van DiÊkÊN's land Advertiser, í Equally pusillanimous, eqaafly'repre ;;lrertsib1.e^ ¿clarni] ¡and th% abgndpninentupí adjust, one ! With decision, ther&ibre. vwehave chosen to resist whát'wás^'ims^daeh4-' "tially esteemed'a:s^^'^sï/f'^unwàrra'nt-;' ed invasion" of*oar1'right1 to the* kolè tha:t"hallô'wetf sfirit1oï tëriïistf ^oaítcé; which animates ShI JTtíokAs ^ûïè BÂ'NE^'our'rëslpance Kal b cratbiàbyapferfécttruíriijíti/ 'j'We.knefö, yes11'well'we knëw> bycoiifidènt; serene, and cloudless íarítícipaiiór?, that 'óióír lia* ^aiïy indefeasible ; title Would 'tí&lcóífr firmed! arid hejcl ?'intangible." atj/íiead Quarters/. ^ß;'^ßrej,s^re,j.jfiaVlthe>digf nified Représentative; ;of .England's all£ liberal'and .erudite. Sovereïônî« (may God for ever blesä Irimíj'Voüíd'^oorh to sully his name Or' 'hi'ä'n'aftjm^y wer fiatfy sbathirtg' the' literary '^iricé côm pjosed.and cemented "by ' à" Patriot's in- dustry;;:. We said, in the fervo...

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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

To the Editor oftíie ÏJobart-Town Gazette^ ' SÍKÍ-4A i Baker, named Basstian, who states; in ¿tlje^last. ¡Gazettej that he was. lately, iine^ for selling bread at inore than the assise pripç? asserts that the dump, as it. is'callecí,' only passes Tor í'¡s..l'd., and often* foi- Is'; Jî'é also'stàtessomething- about the .bakers receiving pay ttfent for Bread iii ster- ling" money.-Now theseare palpable mis- representations.!:--.-'M dump. beuig\ the quar- ter of a- dpltarj which ¡passes current here [for 5s. is therefore,, of tthe, value of lödv--* [If, therefore., this Baker' gaye; .Vid..' "and a flb'af of bread foi- a 'dump, Ile 'notoriously [charged'7^d. for the loaf,, and w>as niost properly fined accordingly i11 ; - f It is a^aih'aiffiisrepfésentátion toutalk of ] shopkeepers who-sell bread, not being i amenable tp thebread regulations;. What ! baker,-then, wo^ld not be a shopkeepcry when by selling a few trumpery articles, he couW^et at defiance Uie wlió|ésun\e re-,, gulatiöi...

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NAVAL ILLUSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

ILLyST&ATÏQNS. " 'A seaman of thé Brunswick,1 describing 'Lord HWe^s victory, io'His wife at Ne*w iott &>bbot, makes the folio whig 'remark t " i This toveadfnl ¿battle 'was fought on a Sv.tf.dfii/, i and!if the; French' have left, that d^yoOttt^bipipaierid^r, fèod Almighty has sh^wn.tlip^hp ba^'pot left.it put pf;h^'i:; ? In. the account of Rodney's action with, the French, April 17, 1780, it is rclateci. that a woman, on board the, Sandwich, worked a twenty-four .pounder ali'the ac- tion ; and what was st jil more to her praise,;, sät tip' all night afterwards with the Wound- ed! Of characteristic ¿spirit and' attàph~ merit; ia .women, another instance appears. in, later ; times. . ï*revicfu> to] the.; Queen-,. f Charlotte's going.intpiaction .on the ¿yth.pf/. 'May, 1794, a person hearne'upon th.e""quar-' ter deck, who. bad hitherto b'^n-sèeh'to perform the duties ¿f ajseamafi; tbSjeèiaré - her sex. '-Héivéxcessive áfléotióninducéd lier to- disguise herse...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. Sitting Magistrate—E. E. Bromley, Esq. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6½d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. Friday, October 8. Sitting ffl[ayistraie-JE.J7. fjtroniley, JEVfy. G^Assi te of Bread, th% Loafofzibs. 6jà. Ship News.-Arrived on Monday morning last from Port Jackson, after a tedious passage of l8 days, the barque Prince Regent, of 540 tons, Captain Wales, havingpon boár4 the fol- lowing passengers, viz. Doctor T. B. Wilson, R. N., Geo. Wm. Evans, Esq. 'Surveyor nGTeiTeräF of Van Diemen's ¿arid, Major Bales, of the Royal Ar- tillery/ Majof Mac". IntoarT/AIexSHder Warren.ivEsq.,' Rvan HenWuThomas, Esq., William Milliken, Esq1. fe Wil-* Karn Bedford? '* ¿da" of the Rev. Mr. Bedford^ Chaplain to jliis Settlement, È. Abel,"Esq, Captain^auighton, late Commander1,o^tK^ srup Alfred, and now Mart' vdwner/ of **? ttís bú§, GpVeVtför PbîlfipsV" John /Jojanso'n,, Eáqí Janies Wood, Esq. Mr. Jóhá líámis, Mr. Philip Mills, Mr. £R'obert I^ÜstOn';' and several others.1-Tie Pririeè iSegeht brought down also à DetácWeni'bf the &d Régiment (BùrTs)^witli their' wives and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

vÇQKeraiU3ïit & tjeneràl Orders. u<¿i : * ¡Government j8o?tóe, Hobart Town, .a, iuy .£>4 xj « > Okttôfo'Whl 1824. ' jpïS Hotfoii the Lieuten ant Go ^ wi ^êR^o^wïti^ yiew of prev^tit jrjg much fun^cessary Correspondance', xlesij;es> jto »nojjfy, that, he will îio^Jfëeï justified itt.í*xjfcendittg the Grautipj^Lor «ation. of JLand to< any Settler, until he Us perfectly'Mtisfied with the Improve irf^V ' wVrcV haye been made on1 the îiand,*al\eà"dy possessed. ' ' ( ~ t ,The Settler's Claim for ai* Extension ?©fattie Area of his Prqperty, is, tíie Out- lay .of Capital in the Erection'of Build- ing^ and ^general t Improvement of his i^andn'J i '. '( . i " 'Where the Land is-arablei the Claims i^îjf4tè &ônsjjWed according^ to the [Quantity 'which lias been cleared and Jbrpugfit, iatQ, Cultivation ; where it is ¿Ra&tureable according to the Quantity iwhich hasrbeen cleared and put into artificial (xftiss.-This, and not merely the Augmen...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

Ki^ JSPTÏK. i!fr«£ifi* w "'* JTfie ^Udún'tSss;.,pï parcourt, .captain Bunñ^^yé^áre infora up1; d¿P ^ôyernmén'tis to cbiivëy the troops and, jstotfçs'.to. trie. New Settleinent that is'! to ; be ves'tablisiie(l pu the North-west;. paît* ofipur islaiidV The spot fi^ed uppn for^His^exféhsión of the British'Empire, iá-in-£iat.;12^-S. and-inLong.about 130<* ihrtliéf'vicînity of Me'lvilleíslánií. As ^r asi^p haye' ' Befen' able to, ascertain, &të öbjbpt'bf tliéOoyeiuimeiítlh this'èx pècftèiofï' principally ísy to open' and pre 5'erye??aii raterpoiirse befcyveeii the Malay ' Coast;Vo äs tcV encoúraígéand facilitate thtí-'^rCe'trade. ïfo' doubt but: that when \he .public service may permit,1 f|i will be 4tir happiness to convey, through the 'medium of our columns, every ne- cessary jkrticülar to the knowledge of our Readers'. ' In the meantime^ in gra- tification of ' what we believe to' be their wolltfounded surmises, we consider our- selves« fortunata fo being enabled t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 8 October 1824

Sheriff's Office, Hobart Town, October 7th, 1824. In the Supreme Court. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias   to me directed and obtained on Judgment awarded by the late Lieute- nant 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 Market Place, Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, the 13th October, at 12 o'Clock :- Atkinson v. Wise. A DWELLING HOUSE, and a Farm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton.   Murray v. Chapman. A FARM of 50 Acres, situate at Bagdad, about 6 Acres cleared. Clark v. Brown. A PISA HOUSE, situate in Bar- rack-street. Kimberly v. Kemp ; Same v. Same ; Same v. Same. A WATER CART, a Quautity of seasoned Timber, and Two Pair   of Cart Wheels. Mason v. Morgan, Jun. A FARM of 30 Acres, situate at     the Hollow Tree, about 11 Acre...

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