Claims and Demands.
CAPTAIN Graydon, of the fhip Kent, leaving ^ the colony in faid veffel, requefts claims to be prefented. 1
Mr. Charles Ruffell, 1st Officer of the ihip Kent, leaving the colony in faid veffel, requests claims to be prefented. J
Mr. Mathew Liddell, 2d Officer of the ihip Kent, leaving the colony in! faid veffel, requests claims to be prefented. 1
Mr. G. H. Acock, 3d Officer of the (hip Kent, leaving the colony in faid veffel, requests claims to be prefented. 1
Mr. R. Crombie, 4th Officer of the ihip Kent, leaving the colony in faid veflel, requests claims to be prefented. 1
Mr. H. M. Burton, Surgeon of the ihip Kent, leaving the colony in faid veffel, requests claims to be prefented. 1
Edward Braieley leaving the colony in the ihip Tiger, requells claims to be prefented. 2
The following perfons, compofing the crew of the fchooner Victorine, leaving the colony in faid Veffel, requeft claims to be prefented :-Captain Risk, Commander; Mr. Charles Hacking, Chief Officer; George Rainey, Wm. Cornwallis, Wm. Duncan, Treftram Shepherd, Thomas Farclough,
and William Furnefs. 2
The following persons, composing the crew of the brig Jupiter, leaving the colony in said Vessel, request claims to be presented '.-Captain Martin, Commander ; Joseph Cordell, Geo, White, John Johnston, George Robinfon, Robert Grimes, Mar« tin Bell, George Ward, and David Naih._I CAPTAIN FOREMAN of the ship Denmark Hill, hereby cautions the Public against giving
Credit to the Crew of said Vessel, as he will not be responsible for any Debts contracted by them.
Provost Marshal's Office, May 18th 1822. In the Lieutenant Governor's Court.
Murray v. Jones ; Kemp v. Same ; Same v. Same, Will Caufe to be Put up and Sold by Public Auction, at the Market Place, Hobart Town, on Saturday next, the 25th Instant, at 12 o'clock, by Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed, a Stack of Barley, containing 40 BuiheW more or lefs, and a Farm, containing 30 Acres, fituate irt the District of Drummond, the Property of the Defendant, unfefs the Executions thereon be pre« vioufly fuperfeded._
Kemp v. Lansdale ; Same v. Same ; Same v. Same.
Will Caufe to be Put up and Sold by Public Auction, at the Market Place, HobaitTown, on Saturday next, the 25th Instant, at 12 o'clock^ by Virtue or Writs of Fieri Facias to me dirc&ed, a Farm, containing 500 Acres, fituate at Amill's Ponds, the Property of the Defendant, unlefs tjie Executions thereon be previoufly fuperfeded.
_J. Be a mont, Provost Marfhal.« \Ä?OOLand W HUAT.--The daily expected ar V^ rival of the Ship Emerald from Kio de Janei- ro, with a valuable cargo of tobacco, fugar, tea, wines, spirits, St Britifh cotton and piece goods, in- duces Mr. Thornton to request settlers to wiihhold their purchases, as on her arrival he will take the above produce in exchange, at equitable prices. t> 1
ft Hodgson begs leave to call the attention of
'. the Public towards the following choice and ufeful affortment of Goods, juft landed from che Kent whaler ; which (in addition to the numerous and valuable articles already advertifed in the Gazette) he can afford to fell at more moderate Prices than has yet been offered to the Inhabi- tants.-Checked and ftriped fhirts--blue jacket« and trowfers of various qualities-pea jackets, and a variety of waittcoating, well adapted for the Co- lony ; black filk handkerchiefs, Britannia ihawls worfted hofc, woollen mittens, Guernfey frocks a handfome chimney piece, time pieces, watches fowling pieces, piftols, fuperfine coats, Tartan and boat cloaks, mens' beaver hats, a fmall quantity of Scotch barley, vinegar of excelleni quality, a few dozen of Scotch pale ale, and Tenet iffe wine of choice quality, the latter at Sás. per dosen in the cask, plated candlefticks and tea fpoons, a defirahle affortment of cutlery and nails, and the beft variety ofManchefferand London prints that has eve; been imported in the settlement, with a confiderable quantity of Glafgow ihirting and iheeting, calico from 18d. to 2s. 6d. per yard ; a few pieces of beautiful imitation cambric ; men and womens* cotton (lockings from 2s, 6d.to4s. per pair; gen« tlemens' coloured neck handkerchief!1, a few pieces of rich India filk for dreffes; a confiderable vaiiety of iron pans of various fizes, tea, fugar, rice, &c. ; all kinds of tools and implements of husbandry, -Alfo, Rum from 20 to 37 per Cent. O. P. Hol- lands, and Wine of iuperior quality.
ON SALE, at J. and J. Solomon's, Argyle-street,
the following Goods, viz.-Plated hats «lops, trowsers, jackets and waistcoats; knives and forks» with guard carvers ; plated tea spoons, fancy anutf« boxes, pencil cases, plated thimbles and candlesticks; mens' red caps and shirts, blue duck frocks, mitti» gentlemens' boat cloaks, pea jackets, duck trowsers» time-pieces, cream jugs, iron pots, peas, Scutch bar- ley, pearl ditto, bottled alf by the dozen, calico SO yards in the piece, pen knives, Guernsey frock«, ladies' cotton stockings, worsted ditto, canvas by the bolt or yard, Bengal twine, cloathes lines tether ropes, blue diahes, cups and saucers, plates, butcheis' knives and steels, French cambric, best white wine vinegar. Also, fine Madeira wine, gin, lum, aud brandy, in quantities of not less tlun two gallons.
N. B.-A variety of Jewellery» just imported from England, of the latest fashion.-All kinds of Je welltry made and repaired on the shortest notice.»- bedding Kings made with dispatch ; and Watches repaired.
TMFOUNDED at Bagdad,'^ Head of Homed Cat. I tie, of the following description, viz.-2 cows. 2 cow-calves, 1 steer, and 2 heifers, all branded P. B. ; o black cow, branded with W. T. on the near hip, and a H, on the off hip, with a bull-calf by her side 5 a grey cow with an H. on the near thigh, and I. 11. on the horn, having a red steer branded H. on the near thigh ; a small black bullock, with two G's on the. oí hip; a strawberry heifer, no brand mark; a black bullock, branded B. C. ; a red and white cow with a heifer calf, branded \V. T. ; a black cow, branded with a K. 011 the near thigh; and one white steel,-Ihe Owners proving the same to be their properly may have them on paying the necessary expences, by ap- plying to Mr. WMüam Kimberley, Pound-keeper; but if not claimed within 14 days after tins notice, they will be sold to defray expences. _
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