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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

.THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE,(No.46.) Colonial Secretary's Office, March 3, 1830. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgences : Tickets of Leave.; Thomas Lennon, 134. Guildford   George Davis, 176, Caledonia. (2)   Robert Atkinson, 101, Lady Ridley     Ann Gowland, 51, Henry       James Osbourne, 63. Medway James JTo«s.. 109, Lord Hungerford Edward JR^Vrts 2«ï9, do   Frances Waddell, 48, Mary   Robert Graham, 231, Countess Harcourt   William Richardson, 221, do   William Hardisty, 3«6, do   Jean Robinson. or Robertson, 33, Lord Sidmouth   The parties will therefore, apply at this Office for their, respective Tickets, on the 23d. March   next, but in cases where, from residence in the interior, it may not be convenient to repair to Hobart-town, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 6 March 1830

Sydney Markets Thursday Feb. 18 - Grain was rather plentiful at market this morning, and vetables were in greater pro- fusion than for many months. Fruit also was plentiful, particularly paears and late       peaches. l'he prices with but little varia- tion, may be quoted as per our last. Grain, average prices -Wheat 7s. 6d to 8s. per bushel ; maize 5s per ditto ; oats 3s 6d do ; barley 3s 6d do ; hay 61. 10s. per ton or 21. 15s per load ; straw 4 dollars per load. Dairy produce -Fresh butter 1s 4d per lb.; salt do 10d to 1 do ; colonial cheese 9d to 1s do ; eggs 1s 9d per doz; fowls 4s per couple; ducks 6s 6d do; geese 10s do ; turkeys 13s do ; pigs 5s each. Vegetables and Fruit.-Potatoes 4s to 6s per cwt ; cabbages 10d per doz; onions Id per lb; schalots 1d per bunch; turnips 2d do; carrots 8d do ; grapes 6d per lb ; peach- es 4s per basket ; nectarines |*fcdo ; apples 2s per doz ; melons 4d each. Sundry articles.-Tea, twanky hyson 2s 3d per ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 March 1830

1HC GAZETTE OF THIS DAT CONTAINS. ¿pt OVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 6»-Colonial H .T Secret Ary'9 Office, March 10,1880. Certificate* (-¿'freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned ptymnns: Willism Roberts, 385, Chapman*. Jame« Palmer, 844. do. J-*.|in Hwrllna*. 58», Asia, (1). Joseph Benjamin, (»f)6 Sir Godfrev Webiter. Tho'tias Twinning, 5(16. Lady East. "» Warv Ann We»». 59, Brothers. ' . Mary Fisher, 33. do. S. ? "By His Excellency'» Command, O J. BURNETT. "* GOVERNMENT NOTICE. (No.55.) Colonial Seeretsrv'» Office, March'II, 1880. The l»t«*»**i»«-n*n» pnvernor hv» been pleased to grant the «ndermtntioned indulgence» : Ticket« of Leave." William Mitchell, 3**>1, Morley. John John«on. 2C2, Prince«* Charlotte. By Hi* Excellency's Command, J. BURDETT. COMMISSARIAT OFFICE. Hobart town. March 11. 1830. PERSONS dispo«ed to fnrnish the quantity of ' good Hav made from English Grasses, that may be required for the public service at Latinee* lou, for the year ending 24th March 1831. (to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 March 1830

WANTED', ACarpen'er, for six month«. Apply to Mr. Fnett, Cms» Mar*l:. March IO, Ib30. IF Mr. Wll ¡am* of Kangaroo point, do not release from the public pound here, a Bullock, left III security for damages and pound chsrges, it will bt? sold ou the -9 II current, to defray the ».amp. D. É.TAMI.ÍLD, Poundkeeper, Claren-e plain«,March ti, 1830. NEW ZEALAND Ff AX. "?JffTAN TED to puroh»«e, one ton of th»» above ar" TV tide. Any one hiving such to dispose ol will please apply to D. RAMSAY. Melville street, March 13, 1830. FOIt Saleo* nbote, a largo Marque» If» feet ?quart*, also a large number of 3 and 4 bushel sacks. W4NTED. A Person capable of instructing a grown family Norn li-eil applv bul such at ran give satis- fit lory refeteucens to his moral anti religions cha- racter. Liters addressed to C. at tlie Courier ofBoe, wil' tit* attetldul IO * Maid» 1-2,1830. COALTAR. , WOOD fk SONS have on «ale at their, Blick Tin Manufactory, London Warehouse Elizi !>< th-sfrpt't, a t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 March 1830

JVYDNKY MATÎKTTS,Turns. FEB.ÏS. The market was toleiably stocked with every article, grain being an exception. Most of tile articles appeared to have de- clined iii price. GRAIN-average prices Wheat 6s. Gd to 7s. per bushel, maire 4s ditto, oats 3s Gd. ditto, barley 3s. Gd. ditto, hay L.6 a ton or L.2 15s. a load, straw 3 dollars a load. The Cape Pacltct has been purchased for L.3,500 sterling for the sperm whale* fishery. . A bill for prolonging lor a certain period the term of all licenses now in force for ltcepiug pubfic-hbuses was about to be pass- ed at Sydney. , . Among the ON HITS which have gained some eieviit within the current week oí tuto,' is one to this effect .-That the Home GQ-J vernmcht, for certain cogent reasons, had despatched positive instructions to the Local Government, from and after their receipt, not to grant away another rood of land in New South Wales, hut to sell off freely to every bidder willing to purchase at L.2 the acre.-AUSTRALIAN. In every corner o...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 March 1830

. INDIA. In regard to nliv thing Uki* local new* wo arc »ft. . usually barren. Half balta ha» ncast-d m » agitate' ; so much as nfevv immUis ago-the siiflVr<»rsrcsliii.>nn tlieir, oars, nwabiiig the result of tim remon<trhncpii . that have been sent home. The New Union bank ja just about ,to onmmenco notive operation*, nn«| ««.-if. nest of future success, considering tin« short time the subscription has been open, which must he highly gratifying to its spirited projector*. Tile reforms hi i ihe police establishment are still spoken of, and ft division into three separate department*, with n har« risierattbe.head of each, is rumoured to be on lim tapis!-Calcutta Jobu Bull, Sep. 23. . ' Accounts' which renr-hed towii yesterday forenoon liy the H. C. Cutter Ruby, fromMo-ilmniti and Ran- goon stale, that a levolt had taken place-among«»|»'iy Burmese in Iii» district of Tcnnsserim, wftfoh'lindb ticen totally suppressed anti iliM the ringleader, »n individual in i...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 March 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1830. Arrived on Tuesday the 9th instant, the brig Bee, 134 tons, Captain Lambert, from Sydney March 2, with a general cargo of goods. Spoke the Lady Blackwood from England to Sydney with goods and passen- gers. Passengers per Bee-Miss Pritchard, . Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Cuthbert. The Government brig Prince Leopold, Captain Kinghorne, sailed on Wednesday for Maria Island and Launceston with pro- visions and stores. On Saturday the schooner Pi ince Regent arrived at Launceston from Sydney. Sailed yesterday the Bussorah Merchant, for Swan river. A vessel with male prisoners was coming up the river when our paper went to press. CARGO OF THE BRIG BEE. Twenty-six casks porter, ] 2 pipes wine. 3 casks cheese, 3 cases muskets, 2 ditto pipes, l6 bags sugar, 7 chests tea, 10 horses 1 curricle and 1 gig with harness, 10 tons salt, and a quantity of cedar, cousigned to Mr. Cuthber, owner of the vessel ; 6 casks cheese, 5 cases oranges, Benjamin Guy; 1 cask ironmonge...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 13 March 1830

WANTED, A respectable Female to nndertake the «vanage meni and »uperintendcnoe of a Family in Ho hart-town, where she will have charge of one or two Children An eldcrk lady w.mld be preferred. None need apply who have not come free io the Co- lony, and who cannot give the most satisfactory te Terences a* lo character. ... ». . Application» wilh every particular, term«. «to. to he addressed to Dr. ROB«, Gazette Office, Liverpool street. _ A COOK WANTED. A Free «»r Ticket of Leave man, who oftu produce .testimonials for honesty and sobriety. Apply at tbe Courier Office. TAYLOR & CO'S. Brown Stout, East India Pale Ale, (best summer drink) and prime XXX Ale, for Sale, at No. 1 on the Wharf, (Aus- tralian Company's Stores). * ' Apply there to JAMES GRANT. COTTAGE FOR SALE.     TO be Sold, a neat Brick stuccoed Cottage, with extensive Garden in an excellent state of cul- tivation, situate in High street, near the New town road, at present let to A. Boyd, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 March 1830

MECHANICS* INSTITUTION. THE Annual General Meeting of this Institution will be held in the Court house, on Saturday next, tbe '¿Oth inst. at sevtn o'clock in the evmini;, when the election of offuets for the ensuing year will take plane, and an appropriate a dei re si delivered, i J. WOOD, Secretary. TO BE LET. THAT well known Farm, the properly of the late Mr. John Wade of Pittwater. For terms ap* ply to Mr. W. Cook, auciioneer, Elisabeth street, or to Mrs. Wade, on the premises. ' March 12.1830. -FOR SALE. ABOUT five tons of Onion» in line condition, for particulars, apply to H. BAYNTON. March 12, 1830. Sandy hay. DAIRY LANDS FARM. THIS beautiful little farm, comprising 60 acres of rich arable land, inclosed and sub-divided into "8 paddocks, atid partly laid down in English grays, it for sale» li is only 0 miles from Hobart town, on the rood to Austin's ferry. There is a hut and large stocky ard on the farm, and abundance of stone for building. For particulars, apply to Mr. Kerr, ...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 March 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1830. Arrived on Saturday the 13th instant, the ship Dunvagan Castle, 446 tons, William Walmsley, Commander, from Sheerness the 30th September, with 180 male prisoners destined for Sydney, the vessel having put into this port for refreshment, scurvy having broken out among the crew and prisoners, and four of the latter died during the voyage. "Surgeon and Superinteivient Robert Dunn, Esq. Passengers Mr. Kentish, Mrs. Ken- tish, and Mr. Lewis. The guard consists of 14 privates of the 63d foot, I of the Royals, I of the 17th foot, and 3 of the 44th under the command of Lieut. J. Gray, of the 63d. Arrived on Monday the 15th instant, the brig Pacific, 176 tons, John Todd, Com- mander, from the Mauritius 19th January, with sugar and India goods ; passengers Mr. Cliffe, supercargo Mr. Davidson. Arrived on Monday the 15th instant, the brig Argo, 169 tons, John Billingham, Com- mander, with a cargo of sugar from the Mauritius 19th January. Passenger Dr. M'Ma...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 March 1830

V\ SYDNEY ^A«**;i.*--tast ThBwdny's rnnrket, on ,fltè whôlé, was"ve'ry slack in bu- siness- , There was' but little botisht* and ;.,--,- . «--»y thin** very perceptible in the Way of artend-« metît1 iii priers' took place. Maize lump heavily on hand, and to efWt sales lower prices' wèrè,s5iil'mitted to bv-" the holders Poultry sold ohei-p, as also dairy prices ge «.rally. Vegetables too weite selling rea sôrobTe. , Horned cattle donni* appear to be ¡4*tip«? wiy cbeppet. Hm*es are still likel>-~t«» ""do so! "*-h«-ep aré also lowering in price. Pics, wllelhc-t-'ibf curiitrj* nr tosh meat, continues :«t high prices»-SYDNEY GAZETTF, 2?tb I ebruary. AVI'V«*\GF "p-hTCTS OF LAST ÂÎAHKFt. "Wheat per bushel Ps. 9d. maize 3s. <5"d oats 3s. t d. barley 3s. 6d. potatoes per cwt. 5s butter per lb. I s. cheese pd.cg*?s per doz 3s. ihu'ks fls e<yv,U per pair 3s. f)d. gee*-e 10s. turkeys 1*3*5."h«W per ton 61. straw per load 71. Bread, the 4 lb. loaf from Sd. to .Qd. M,ff»t...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 March 1830

SUPREME COURT. Monday, March 15.-Matthew Walker   was convicted of stealing from the person of Reuben Martin, one of the marines on board H.M.S. Crocodile, a purse containing two shillings, while in a state of intoxication on the 1st March.   James Porter pleaded guilty to an information charging him with returning from     transportation and being illegally at large in this colony, before the expiriation of his sen- tence of seven years. Isaac Leach was convicted of feloniously receiving one coat and a pair of trowsers, value 13s the property of Henry Worms.   This man had already served three sentences of transportation of 7 years each. John Walsh was convicted of stealing one gold ring of the value of 8s. the property of John Frederick Schutte in January last. Tuesday, March 16.- Andrew McCue pleaded guilty to an information for a capital offence, charging him with stealing wearing   apparel and money t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 March 1830

LOST, BETWEEN EUinlborpe Hall, Campbell-town and Rockford,a-Gold SEM., of very little value except to the owner. It is engraved with the initials . G li ;' cicst, a dog's head. Any per- son finding the same and foi warding it to Laun- ceston, will confer an obligation on Ibu owner. GEO. HULL. TO BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. FOR sale, about 12Jl> Wethers and Kwcs, fit f r the knife, al-o a few pure bied Heifers. For further particulars apply to ¡Messrs. J. & W. Hobertson, H«bart-town, or Simeon Lord, esc*. Launceston. FOR SALE. .CtlX Hundred improve«! EWES with their K3 Lambs, for which a liberal credit will be given upon approved security. " For further pnitlciilurs apply to Captain Bar- clay, Ciimlock; or to J. W. Gleadow, esq. Laun- ceston._ "USKETS.- Just arrived per the Brig BrE, - ..- a number of best Tow er-matle Muskets, which will be sold reasonable at the .1 rowell Anns Elizabeth-street, by WM. LINDSAY. ITH rifcicncc to an Advertisement which appeared in the Hobai t-town...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 20 March 1830

TT-îiï GAZETTE Of THIS DA^ CONTAINS* Í1 OVERNMENT NOTICE. No. ßß.-Colonial T Secretary "a Office, March 17, 1830. Cerificates of Freedom have been granted to the undermentioned persons;, ^. , ' ' Thomas Galey, 371, Asia; James Winfield, 572, d'tto ; Thomas Dunn«, Ç71, Pi ince of Orange; Trancis Stafford, .133, Commodore Haves ; Rich nrd Hawkins, 455, Arab ; Robert Bilney, 7«*-9, Chapman; Janies Cotirtnev, 58fi, Sir tíodfrej Wibster. ' ','., Bv His Excellency s Command, * ' _ J. BURNETT. (~t OX ERN1Y1MVI NOTICE. No. «57.-Colonial it Secretary's Office, March, l8, 1830. TI e 1,'entpprtr.t Gi vernor IIP« been pleased <0 ap j rcve of Inbn Ballantine (per Fsme"l biitig di«niiss ed frtyn the* Fif Id Potier, for drnnkermess. By Bia Excellency's Cnmmard. > *. _______J. BURNETT*. . n i'lOVFrNMENT. NO1 ICE, (No. 68) Co "S" lontnl Secretary's Office. Mar. l8, 1f"30._ {"Jllie l.ieoipnrnl Governor bns bein pit used to grain the undermentioned Indulged*'*' | Ticket of Lf/ttv. To Mm ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 March 1830

«\"*0 rXDErtVO C ,rp 1\ K»«ri.<". 1 An A<¡t lo simftUfy I'roftniingi at Lu*, »r .Eftftu Ï6y on m-«'n*ê> /nV?>ire«.f or« anti " -*'*?*' "V*^ # 'A'' tornrriiff Bank* "" .fj-SXPFRbAS ä.Rankmg «ompany carrying on $l\ tbnsit»e»« liride» the Btv le and firm of tin Dsi eli"« ardf"omp.anvbfihe CornWull Bank is e<» lu li (led m lbis.îslfind, end it IS ernie«!« rit to «im» p.i> proceeding* at I"«» or in equity, tourmenced bv ' «f**>t«i,M.t ftit\>tud Company. r -AL lu-tliu'/ou enftrwd by Hu Excellency C lonel li i i»e Arthur, lieutenant OnvtruOr of tie Island 01 t'hn.DtMn n'a Lilrid nftd its di pendencies «nji li J « mee of the Legislative Connell, that after* "the j i>«\ ¡^ of ti is Arties eiy action, «oitnnd ptoceesfTng ii Í w/^ in(eqiii|x lojhe eomnenctd by or, «in bi- ll If'of tlie (BBMI .Conipan*,'against tiny person «ir 'ferJusQwrnjih^ »' rnenioef or members, «f '«di t «iitipH y t r oinerwisp^ for recovering an* «li ht due to ci" enfoiei...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 March 1830

A IRHIP c.pnly o< SLOP CLOTHING, -Tower C% l'.ool MUSKETS. fire.'. -..'>??' ?:'.;" ?':\ ?'.' . /.:'. " . '. -AT .: 20tb March. GEO. LANGFORD'» w /?ANTED at the Attorney General's, office, a Gpntlemati a» a Clerk. A' FOR SALE. (?mull cnrniOete MILLj willi a pair of French j.ijm: ¡Burr Stones,.?." feet' ¡n diameter, capable'ol' crindVn;; fr<itn I to9.f}\> biishelsa.wé» kwith jio» wheels 'iro'ii.'tpWitle^ BiidbTJum bfdriiiiís.'a'tid' »VOIKÍ arid: bon jrear Viirk.'may bee$silv»ti t» ivor1t,ai a.Miiall ex pente, eiilier by walervhnrse power, «r buHocks. ^ *iAuuWn<i llië Printer. " ? " ? ?'"' *?* '???.??''. t^1** ?%£.??.'( "'-'.'"' " i ' 1"'' ' ?? ???. A^orkiiii; Overseer' who'understand* Farming and .will niake. Iiimsell :jisefii!.. A married, nmii « bo.ie wife would uniltrtiike; jhe mahagHitient. of a(l»irv, if riq-iired. wuu'.dbe preferied. Inquire at'his office*. TO BE LET.   THAT well known Farm, the property of the late Mr. John Wa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 March 1830

.MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. DR, TURNBULL will deliver li is fourth Leo ttireûâ Agriculture and Chimlstry, at the Court House, on Alonday the 5'b uf April next, al j seven O'clock in tbVeveiung. , r -' '* J. WOOD, Secretary. . WORKING BULLOCKS.       TO be Sold at Cove point, ten pair of excellent well-trained, strong Working Bullocks, war-     ranted. The lowest price £16. a pair. Apply at the Ferry to     EDWARD MOORE.         COVE POINT FERRY.       EDWARD MOORE, in returning thanks to his friends and the public for the patronage he has enjoyed for so many years, during which he has   had the good fortune never to metttwhh»an accident bega lo «tate, .lb»t Jh, 'v»ba»ilirdiq<».V'>tv his family A.VJisgjoin.d ht« tVoi» EnÄUBd, bp.baa disposed of lils Crifn^heNneisv sa af,io:»4*kr«li...

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THE VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 March 1830

THE VAN DIEMF.N'SXAÎÏÎ) SOCIETY. ] ("vVelinva fcfeat pk-asore in layins tïiç f»l IntVjng account, t with which we have b^en kindly favoured,' of the proceedings of the lost meeting of this Spciety, tiefnre our read» ers. If it perseveres in> the,highlv useful course which Jt seems to have chalked nut for itself, ve are convinced it must ttiliniate 5v be of \ery essential benefit to'thc colony. Wtflhhtk the inenihers did perfectly right m jlid«*m£ it inexpedient to connect the subject of educatkih with 'ita other objects, being one riot only of paramount importance ¿fit self, but distinct, and in a meaiuie not im mediately connected with Ihe sterling ob- jects for which Jins Society vas originally ? ¡tojmed. The subject of education must be takeff tip by the government and the color nists at larce heorttly, and w itb a Certain de- gree of enthusiasm, worthy of its high stand in» as affecting the interests and reputation of the colony. It is of too important and stupendous a nature...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 March 1830

GOVERNMENT ORDER, No. 3.—Colonial Secretary's Office, March 25, 1830. The Vcnerable the Archdeacon of New South Wales having signified to the Lieutenant Governor, in writing, his intention of holding his Visitition at   the Church of St. David, in Hobart town on Tlurs- day iheíoth of April, next, ** eleieh b'clnok in 'the forenoon, His Excellency is pleased to require the ______ attendance of the Çferey, and all nthèl persons con. ~"" ~ necled with the Cherches nf ibe Colony, at the place r, and hour aforesaid, when the Archdeacon will deliver a -bis charge. v *> u '' ' Brv His Excellency's command, rt* " " J. BuRtaTT. :¿^-Efea ' ''r- */ Bv ttfg Eàcellency Cnhntl Gmi^rU»» ?Liftttfpani Gorernor of the Wand of Van * _*_ " Diemen'« land and its Devendcndes. . .-Bj A PROCLAMATION. WHEREASÁy the Act or Ordinance intitu- led " Art Art to institute Courts of Gene ral and Quarter Sessions, and to extend the an fhoritv thereof, and of Justit cs nf the Peace in - et rtain case...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 27 March 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1830.   Arrived on Monday the 22nd instant, the ship James Pattison Capt. Grote from Sydney. 13th March Passengers, Major Fairclough, Captain Foster, and Ensign Jones of the 63d foot, Captain Fraizer of the Royals and Mrs. Fraizer, Lieut Brown of the 4lst and Mrs. Brown, Lieut. Shaw of the Bengal in- fantry, Cap. Maughan, 68 rank & file of dif- ferent regiments, 15 women and 15 children On landing, the troops in Garrison marched down from the Barracks, the Band playing all the way, and presented the Colours of the Regiment to Major Fairclough, the se- nior officer.     Arrived on Saturday the 20th March the   ship Nancy, 395 tons, Lieutenant Henry Price, R. N. commander. Passengers, Mr. T. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, 3 Misses   Parker, Mrs. Stracey, 2 Misses Stracey, Mr. H. Stracey, Mr. P. Foote, Mr. and Mrs. Weller, Mr. and Mrs. T. Weller, Miss Wel- ler. Miss A Weller, Mr. and...

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