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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818
NOTICE.-A traudulcntOrder having been prefented to me by an Inhabitant of Ho hart Town, purporting to he a Debt due by certain Soldiers oi the D^tachmeiit Rationed here, and for which the Individual now (lands committed; I hereby give Notice that I will upt beaniwerahle for, or pay any Dent con» traded by the Non-commiflioned Officers or Soldiers of the Detachment. T. BELL, Btfgflfe Major, Commanding Detachment of Barracks, I the 48th Regiment. KTov.21,1818.1 --^rovntt-Marlha^s Office, 20th Nov. lulb\ JEMOTT v. WILLIAMSON. 1WILL caüíe to h&lt;t Set up for Sale by PuHlic Auction, on Tuefday next, the 24th Inftant, mt Twelve o'Clock at Noon, by Virtue of Execution ifTuod forth of the Lieutenant Go- vernor'! Court,aDwelling HoufeandPremifes, fituate in Macquaricftrcct ; the Propeity of the-Defendant-in this Caufe. MARTIN TIMS, Provoft Marfhal, jVlullUk.-It the tarey killey, now tn JLN Mr. GORDON'S Paddock st Pitt Water, is not taken away in fourteen Days from this Date, it will...
GOVT. AND. GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, 2lst November, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818
GOVf." AND. GENERAL ORDERS. . Government H ou fe, Hobart Town, Saturday, 2lft November, 1818. FIO-M and after Saturday the 28th In f ftant, thet Ration, ifflied to Women of the -Civil Department and Female Prifon crsrvi&ualled from His Majefty'a Store, will .be at the Rate of- One-half of a Fuïj Ration, . , " By Command of His Honor . -The Lieutenant Qover¿orr i .'i i »! iH> E&lt; rRobinfon, Secretary.] *m**-*+m*+*++l*+, I li HI.? ?- ,. ... ... ., Deputy /\m;ttut Gommiiiary General s Util cr, ,. Hobart Town, November 2ift, I8A8. THOSE Perfons who hold Promiilbry Notes or Storo Receipts given out in Payment for Prbvifionc'i &c. purcfufed on account of the Public Service daring the, current Month, tnd are defuout of having them confolidited by Bills on the Deputy Com m i (far y General, are hereby required to prêtant ihe fame at this Office on or before Turfriâf nexr, -the ¿4Ü] Inftmt. THOMAS ARCHER, A&ing Deputy Aflifttnt CommifTary Genertl.
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818
BRITISH EXTRACTS. RoLLi.COURT, Dec, 23.-Kai-iagKlKr . or SIR WILLIAM GRANT,-Hia Honour ! came into Court at three o*clpck, >bd Wai ^ occupied for nearly 1wo.hoars in hearinfV'pltfi^. tions. He gave judgment in oho eifel ^ài** foon ap he had finiihod, the geatterjien ôfthè'w. bowed feipeclfully.ihey *hen foio up, end Sir ' Arthur Piggott, the father of the Chatícerf» ' bar, addreued hia Honour at folio wV: ^ ** Upon your retirement, Sir;1 from ihatfeatf* of ju iii ce on which for more thsn 16 yesrsyoU ' ¡have proGded, "the gentlemen of-the bir Attend- ' ingthis Court are, defiroua of ex p re fun g t ho fen ti me nts with which they are imp reded upôta ^ an event of great* regret and concern ~to thet&9o and upon which (they are douroui OfexpreíBnf q the unfeigned refpefl which you abundantly ii merited, and io which you aro (o juftly cri* titled. The promptitude snd wifdorabf your ? dicifioni have been aa highly conducive ,;to i, the benefit of fulton as they were eminently...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 21 November 1818
mmmmmmmmilBSB3t9BR~ ANICDOTE.--The following is extracted from the works of Mr. Boudinor, formerly Governor .of oes of the American States, and a gentleman of undoubted voracity :- «'The wri ter of this was prefent at a dinner given by Ge nera) Knox, to a number of Indians, in the year IT 89, at New York ; they had come to the President on a million from their nations. Thjfcoufe was in Broadway. A little before dinner, two or three of the Sachems, with their Chief, qr principal man, went into the balcony at the front of the hoafe, the drawing room be- ing up ftaira. From this they had a view of the city and harbour and Long Ifland ; after remaining there a ihort time, they returned in to a room, apparently dege&ed ; but the CMe/ more than the reft. General Knox took notice of it, and faid to him, Brother ! what has hap pened to your You look forry ; is there any thing to diftrefs you? He anfwèred-.««I'll tell you, brother ; I have been looking at your beautiful city-and fee ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 November 1818
TO be Sold by Auction, by Mrf. LB w11, } in Mrs. Sergeant's 3arti, on Wedneif ¡day next, the 2d of December, at Twelve ¡o'Clock, a great Quantity of good feafon* ed CEDAR, cut in 3, 2, 1, and finch Plank« and Boards For the Accommoda- tion of Purchasers, it will be put up in fmall Lots. r> Prompt Payment in Sterling Mo ney will be required. ( ' C^ APTA IN Ho WARP requofti that all Per-^ J fons who (land indebted to him during the Agency of Mr. Kent, will come forward aad acknowledge the Amount of their refpecYiv* !)eb»s, to prevent any Mifunderftanding at a fut ure Period._, R. A. Fisic gives Notice to all thofe who (land indebted to him by Notes of Hand» Book Debts, or oiherwife, that unlefs they dca come forward and fettle their refpeftive Ac- counts on or before the 15th of December next enfuing, he will. take legal Meafures for that recovery of the fame at the firft Sittings of the Lieutenant Governor's Court in 1819. TO be LET, and may he entered immediate« lv, a commodious ...
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Thomas Archer, Esq. Assize of Bread-Wheaten 8d. Houshold 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 November 1818
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magiítrate-Thomas Archer Efq. Affize of Bread-Wheaten8d; Houfhold 7d. SAVAGE MURDER.-We regret uta 'are &nbsp; &nbsp; Called again to record another, and not a new aft.of favagè barbarity. ''on the 25th of OÄober laft a party of five iperfons, confiding of James Foley, John Sher berd,* Zachariah Chaffey, William Garth, and Jótía Kemp, all-young men rëfiding-at this Set- tlement, proceeded in an open boat belonging teVfcfr.'T. W. Bifth'toOyfterBay, diftantfrom %br harbour about 150 miles N; E. in order to procure fwan feathers, and kangaroo, teal, and íwan fkiiis. Their labour* were attended with Wore than ufual foccefs ; having at this place procured 300lbs.of fwan feathers, 60 fwan flcinsjl %0Ö kangaroo'fcini, arid 34 live ¡wans ; and at .Big 8wan Port (commonly called the White ¿Sock), which lié! neftrly;contigiioiji, they got -I5d feal íkins. f'Tfeeir labours being thus fuc« rfJefatuUjr terminated, Shty .were inclined to ret turn home ; and in...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 November 1818
From - information received .this week, we .re glad to heir that at Port Dalrymple, as weil as at this Settlement, *ihe whest crops On the ground are of the mon favourable and promifing appearance. Grafs, the general food of cattle and.(heep in this Colony, ii in «bun- di nee, more than in any former fea (on* i The early fall of taraba has. been full al great Ji ufutl, and few loflei. DIED - On Thursday morning last, aged 62, Mr. Robert Littlejohn, a free settler who came to the Colony in the Ocean, one of the first fleet which arrived in 1803 with the late Lieut. Governor Collins. He was a native of Scotland, and had received a very liberal &nbsp; education there; he devoted a considerable &nbsp; &nbsp; portion of his time to botanical researches, of which he was passionately fond, and collected several &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; rare indigenous plants which he classed with great industry. His worth and abilities will long ...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 28 November 1818
BRITISH EXTRACTS. FOUNDLING HOSPITAL AT MOSCOW.-- &nbsp; This celebrated Hofpital, the Steward of which was the moft, eminent Public Functionary found in the city, by the Gallic incendiaries, was the nobleft and moft complete inftitution &nbsp; &nbsp; of the kind in Europe.--It was founded by the renowned Emprefs Catherine, in 1764 ; an immenfe pile of buildingaof a quadrangular fhape, and calculated to contain and accom- modate 3000 foundlings. The utmoft privacy &nbsp; and freedom prevailed in this inftitution ; candles were placed during the night in niches in different parts of the building ; in thefe the infants were fecretly depofited, and the bells rung ; the bringers immediately retired, and the children were fpeedily taken into the houfe. It was alfo at tho option of mothers to come and be delivered privately in the houfe ; no queftions were ever afked, and every proper care and attention was paid t0 her ; the infant was left and confidered a...
INDIA INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 December 1818
INDIA INTELLIGENCE. CEYLON GOVT. GAZETTE-Jan. 24.- In our last Gazette we stated, that in the disturb- ed provinces, military operations had been al- most entirely suspended by the rains, which continued to fall with usual violence. Our latest intelligence contains little more than fresh instances of the difficulties and hard- ships occasioned by floods, and of the spirit and perseverance with which our brave troops have encountered them. The rebel leaders seem to be well aware, that with the cessation of the bad weather, they will lose one of their greatest ad- vantages, and they have been therefore exerting themselves to make the most of the wet season, which is now probably at an end. They have hitherto been disappointed in their expectation of seeing our soldiers suffer from ill health or scarcity of provisions; and in the eastern parts of of Ouva they are now making a push to inter- cept our convoys; in this they have had very &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; little...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 December 1818
MAÂAAAiAA BRITISH EXTRACTS. EXPEDITION TO THI NOITHIRK Rt aIONS.-The following ire further details upon &lt;his fubjeft :-« 1 he Iiabellaj Captain R o fa's (hip, ii a fine roomy veiTcl, of 350 4o 370 tons. She is undergoingtnoch more than a completa repair ; for the fhipwrights are in» crealing «he ftrength of her hull, by adding a ncwfiin to the ouifide, inda lining to the infido, each of 5 or 6, inches "thick, while many beams of large dimenftons ara placed on the bow and dem» The ex ponfo of ihia ex- traordinary preparation for a peculiar fervice, eftimsted at nearly ¿000!. will be paid by Go« vernmeot. . The hire of the vcflel ii at »the rate often ihillingi perron par mooth» ; but as Government takes fthe infurance, which ii fixed at 3a. 6d.'the pricelo ihe owners, upon the return of the veflels is 6i. 6d.-The crew kof tbi Ifabclli will be »bout; 50,tho oftctn ind piffengere about to» No ex pen io ia Caved to provide for «he comforts of both elsfietd StaunchioBi are fix...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 December 1818
POST OFFICE.-Tho following LetteriJ ?ra now lying at this Offict for delivery.-j J. Robert Wright, John Pensford, J »mea Sully,', Samuel Thorne, Jamai Brown, Richard Beivn,', John Caflidy, Elisabeth Ramfry, Mary Holdl-L wcrth, Willitm Able, William Thoma»,1! Richard Larfömo, Andrew Rbdcing, Hugh Pearfo, James Weavell, John Sabur, Mary Ann Dodd, Richird Evma. THIRTY POUNDS RE WAKD.-Whcio ia Two Hundred Head of Sheep wer Stolen out of my Flock at the Old Beach on ehe i8th of Oclober lift ; I do hereby offer the above Reward to my Per Ton or Per ion J through whofo Mema the Offender or Often. dart may bo profecutad lo Conviction. EDWARD MILLER. NOTICE. - The Undersigned, Nephew of the late Mr. Robert Littlejohn, of Montrose, in the District of Glenarchy, hereby gives Notice that he intends to apply to &nbsp; the Honorable the Supreme Court of Civil Judicature at Sydney, through the Medium of its Comissioner at this Settlement, for Letters of Adminiftration to the Estate and Eff...
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—THOMAS BELL, Esq. Assize of Bread—Wheaten 8d. Houshold 7d. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 5 December 1818
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - THOMAS BELL, Esq. Assize of Bread - Wheaten 8d. Houshold 7d. SHIP NEWS. - On Monday the ship Portsea, Capt.Nicholls, put into Adventure Bay, having ibeen unable to get round the &nbsp; South West Cape; having also received some &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; damage in heavy gales, in which a part of her cargo is reported to have shifted, and to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; require re-stowage. &nbsp; On Tuesday sailed for Port Dalrymple, the Sindbad, Mr. Payne, master. Remain in the harbour, the Derwent schooner. &nbsp; The following singular anecdote of a litigated child, or a mother and no mother, is of so sin- &nbsp; gular a nature, and so unprecedented, that we have no doubt it will amuse our Readers; it is &nbsp; extracted from a recent European Magazine:- &nbsp; No circumstance, or even chain of circumstan- ces, can happen so singular, but that a simila...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 December 1818
[VI Î"*0 S*il immediately fo* PdrfJsJckfon, that >! fafWailing Schooner, the DERWENT.^ or Freight br Paflageappiy lolU W ¿LOAN r.í ïq. or to Captain CARR ; who requeítt'alí airasagbinft himfflf orthc Çrrvv of fa\d Vef 'eljiTi^v.h''limrly orefrn,tí¿ fyr Pavm^t. . K. ana .virs. Khuf proceeding to Sydney in the Derwent Schooner, requeft all Claims t) he prefented. . LOS rt fmife time Tineen in the Street of Ho ban Town, two STORE RECEIPTS, drawn by Thomas Archer, Efq. Aâtng'Depoty Afljftant Comm (Ttrv General; one in favor of John ClaUke, No i 9j, dated the 8th of june .lair, for 9980 (he Is of w he at,amount 49I. ios. H The other in favor nf'Mr/'Dènnif M'Carty, No, 238, dated th&lt;» i 8th of September laft. »o^ 1,9951^3. tffrefh Meat, amount 49I. 17a» 6^.-^, Wooever has found the fame, and will bring them to R. W. LOANp, Efq. in Macquarie.| |ftreet, will receive FIVE POUNDS Reward. &lt;t^* As Payment is ftopt at the Coramiflariat Office, the faid Drafts cannot he o...
GOVT. AND GENERAL ORDERS. Government House, Hobart Town, Saturday, December 12th, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 December 1818
èOVT. ANDGENËKAL OK DER S. Government Houfe, Hobart Town,! ' ^Saturdky;.ï),ècembèr l£tb,'l818.| pASSESvgitan to Crown Servants from Ho« * bâri TôWn to the Interior, under the ex ifting Orders, by the Acting Engineer and Su. ptrintendant of Police,for t.bt refpecltve ClaíTes in Government Employ arid afligned Service, may in future e'Xtend as far as..the Macquarie River; which on account of the Grazing Ground now,occupied in its Vicinity by thr Stock-Owners «#f the Der went,; is, wita réfpefl to P'dffes/tobecorifidercct'withintbe Boundary of the S(e|tle.mentf , . tt ,. -% , \ Pa líes h¿yond"lhe J^àcgua^fcVer^n'att Port Dalrymple raVíí ne Sifeñcd as" bereWdie hy tue LIIUTBN aapr GOVERNOR only«. JByCommanàof His.Hohbr ' f 'i ^«UHüteji^Ööyer-nw;., r., .. ,,/ g £ fe¿(>i^fon?Secretary,
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate—Rev. R. Knopwood, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 December 1818
HOBART TOWN. Sitting Magistrate - Rev. R Knopwood, M. A. SHIP NEWS. - the ship Portsea, Captain Nicholls, which we reported to have put into &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Adventure Bay, owing to stress &nbsp; of weather and receiving some damage in heavy gales, has since came up the river to repair and refresh. Her destination is the Mauritius, having on board a very valuable cargo. She will resume her voyage in the course of a few days. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Derwent schooner will sail for Port Dalrymple to-morrow or Monday. &nbsp;
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Gazette and Southern Reporter — 12 December 1818
CAPT. NICHOLLS, of the Ship Portsea, hereby gives Notice of that Vessel's De- &nbsp; parture from this Port about the middle &nbsp; of next Week ; all Claims against the Commander, Officers, and Crew of the &nbsp; said Ship are therefore requested to be &nbsp; immediately presented for Payment. &nbsp; MR. THOMAS LISTER intending to lea- ve the Colony in the Ship Portsea for the Isle of France, requests all Claims on him &nbsp; may be presented for Liquidation, at Mr. &nbsp; Francis Barnes's in Macquarie-street. &nbsp; HOBART TOWN ; PRINTED BY A. BENT.