SALES BY AUCTION.
Valuable Farm at Perth. MR. WEE DON
Is instructed to Sell by Public Auction,
On MONDAY, the 2nd day of February,
st 12 o'clock,
At the Commercial Sale Rooms,
IN ONE LOT,
ALL THAT VALUABLE ESTATE known
as " SCOTSTON,"* adjoining the town- ship of Perth, and containing 523 acres of fine arable and pasture,LAND, securely fenced and subdivided, and bounded by the South Esk River, by the Estate of the late Captain Ritchie, and by the township of Perth;
There is an excellent Brick Dwelling-house on the Farm; surrounded by a large and highly cultivated Garden; and the Out-offices, Barn, Cattlesheds, and Stables are substantially built and conveniently arranged.
The Property is intersected by the Main Road to Hobart Town and by that to Longford ; and from its contiguity to Launceston must be of
increasing value. j
Title-A New Grant, free of Quit-rent.
Terms- 20 per cent, cash deposit, and 20 per cent, by bill at 3 months. The residue may remain secured upon the property for 3 years, at 7 per cent, interest.
The Property can be viewed, and full par- ticulars obtained, upon application to Mr. Wil- liam Douglass, Solicitor, Launceston ; or to the
Auctioneer. _ 28 Imported Barban* Eui!, "Van Ambaren!"
Tnoroagb.breú Mar«, <. Alexandrina,"
JPnre Darbam Heifer» ana Steer».
Begs to announce that he will offer for Sale by
Auction, in the Market Square,
On TUESDAY, 20lli January,
At I o'clock piecisely,
THE following most VALUABLE STOCK,
the property of the Van Dieinen's Land Company, just arrived from Circulai Head :
VAN AMBÜRGH, the celebrated imported
purham Bull, six years old, got by Villager, dam I Beauty, by Charles the 12th, &c. &c, now to I
be seen at Penquite.
ALEXANDRINA, 3 year* old, by the thorough- bred impoited horse Conrad, dara athorough-bied mare out of Alexandrina hy Inglemeie, Alexan-
drina by Middleton, out of Buttercup, by Tiresias,
The mare moy be seen at Mr. Marlow's stables. I
Twenty pure Duiham heifers
Six do steers
Terms-For all sums under 25/, cash; 2.'»/ to 601, three months ; and above 50l, six months' credit, on approved endorsed bills. 104
For Sale by Auction,
_ Without -Deserve, on TUESDAY,, the 20th
instant, at 12 o'clock,
BY MR. D. TAYLOR,
THE New Schoouei-rigged Vessel COLUM-
BINE, 16 Tons «s »-he now lies at the New Wharf, opposite Mr. Gaylor's, with all her
rigging, tackle, Sec.
This Vessel is well worth the attention of any person requiring abont for the liver tiade, or for a yacht. She is a first-i.ite sailei, und built of blue gum, pine, and myrtle. Her timbers cut out of the solid, and in all respects faithfully finished, under the inspection of the ownci.
Terms-Three and six months, the latter bill bearing Bank interest. ? 30
BY MR. T. Y. LOWES,
Ou THURSDAY, 15th instant, at 12 o'clock, to
close various consignments,
At his Mart, in Collins-street,
SEVERAL PACKAGES of MERCHAN-
DIZE, consisting of
Ell-wide prints, calicoes, biilzanne and muslin dresses, flowers, wreaths, cbildicn's very snpeiior French merino, cloth and Llama, satin, jean, and muslin dreeite«; worked muslin tippets and sleekcs ; very handsome silk, satin, French merino & Cash mere shawls ; velvet and silk bonnels, children's satin hats,men'sholland blouses, children's holland pinafores, fancy silk hose and half ditto, striped jeans, satin ditto, children's worsted boots, cord trowsers, printed moleskin ditto, rugs, blankets, south westers, woolpacks, passage floor-cloth, slates, leather belts, looking glasses, shaving boxes, Sec.
Terms-Cash under £20; above that sum, three months' credit on approved acceptances. 92
Stock Sale at CroBg Marsh«
BY MR. T.~~£ LOWES,
THIS DAY, the 14th January, at eleven
At Blackwells Yards, Cross Marsh,
A MIXED FLOCK of 1400 FINE
WOOLLED EWES, in excellent
600 Fat wethers and 140 fat ewes 900 Young ewes and lamb3
4100 Store wethers
400 Ewe and wether lambs
6 Draft, and saddle hoi ses, the prnpeity of
s private gentleman.
20 High-bred rams (very superiot)
1000 Full-mouthed ewes (not one broken)
these sheep are exceedingly fine-woolled» and in good condition.
Terms ns usual._4471 Household Furniture, &>c.
BY MR. T.~YT LOWES,
On WEDNESDAY, 21st January, 185a, at 13
o'clock, at the residence of A. C. Stonor, Esq, Davey-ctreet, in consequence of that gentleman proceeding to England,
ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .**. «nd EFFECTS,-comprising
Dining, drawing, and bedroom tables and
Pier, cheval, and dressing glasses
Couche*, sofas, wardrobes, sideboard Chests of drawers, wash-stands
Bedsteads and furniture, inn ttrasses
1 Brussels and other carpets, floorcloth
Hearth wg9, fenders and fire-iions China, gins*, cutlery, crockery
Kitchen utensils of every description
And every other article lequisite for domestic ? purposes, all most substantial and useful.
- About 200 volumes of law books, chiefly
Terms-Above £26, three months' credit,, on approved bills. 4497
Damaged Hoop Iront
BY MR. T. Y. LOWES,
On MONDAY, the 19th instant, at 12 o'clock,
At his Mart,, Collins-street,
ONE HUNDRED BUNDLES HOOP
More ni less damaged, ex Colonist
Farina's Eau de Cologne.
, ^AT THE CITY MART,
On THURSDAY,J6th December, at 12 o'clock,
BY MR. ELLISTON,
To close a consignment, ex Jane, without any
SEVENTY-FllfE DOZEN EAU DE
COLO G"Nji2 Cin boxes containing «ach
six bottles " "'^
Forty-fite do/.en distilled lavendei water
Fifty-two dozen extracts of orange, rose,'' limette, porlugal, citron and eedin.
The above cxtiacts and can de cologne aie of the very first-rate quality, and well worthy the
attention of dcaleis or families.
Teims-Cash. 79 nmg» and Chemical«.
On THURSDAY, 16th instant, at 12,
BY MR. ELLISTON,
At the City Mart,
A CASE of Genuine imported DRUGS, in
small and convenient packages, viz.
Best gum Aiabic, powdered do, benzoic acid, muiintic acid, nitric acid, ehamomiles, Spanish nnnatto, white wax, yellow do, bluestone clate rium, galls, ess. lemo», mastic, sarsaparilla, rose lea*es, oil lemo»,cascarilla bark, cassia bark; aud the following Patent Medicine*-Copaiba & castor oil capsules; Hunt's, Dixon's, and Cockle's pills ; Maishall's ceiatc, Poor Man's Fiiend, Dalby's carminative, Beatson's lingwonn lotion, Leeiu ing's essence, &c.
Superioi caibonate soda and taitaric acid.
Terms-Cash. 81' _a_
Office Furniture, Ink, Ac«
At the City Mait,
On THURSDAY, the loth January at 12
BY MR. E L L I S T O N,
rpiIE OFFICE FURNITURE and Fittings
2 belonging to the Dement Bank, consist-
ing of ¡~
The Bank Counter and Fittings, in five pieces
Two nests of diaweis
Two small counter desks Two office stand desks One large ditto
Four office stools
Set of pigeon holes
Office luble with diawcrs
Beam with copper soulos ,. _ Ten'bells with spiiiigs
Foit\-tsvo hollies of ink
Six inkstands, thice glass ditto
Office wintPi stote
Maps of Van Diemen'« Land, Australia Felix,
and The World, on Mercatoi's Projection,
Barge Sisters, 34 Tons Register ».ra
MR. W. A. GUE S DON
Is instructed to Sell by Auction,
On THURSDAY NEXT, the 16th instant, at
12 for half-past 12 o'clock precisely,
At the New Whaif,
rpHE well-known BARGE "SISTERS,"
I 34 Tons, substantially built, a large carrier for hei tonnage, is about two y CM is old, and well found in sloies,-a list ol nhith can be seen at
the office of the Auctioneei.
Terms-Twenty-live pet cent, deposit in cash ; the balance at linee and six mouths, bearing Bank inteiest._80
Pure Saxon Rams.
MESSRS. HAY AND IVEY
Will Sell by Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, "21st January, at 12 o'clock,
without the least reserve, hy order of James Clarke, Esq , who is leaving the colony,
At Blackwells Yaids, Cioss Maish,
fTlWO HUNDRED AND FIFl'Y foui-tootb 1 FINE SAXON RAMS, in theil nool
One hundred and uTty two-tooth ditto, iii
Fifty fine merino rams, two, four, and six
The above aie nell known, and were bred by the piesent piopiietoi Irotn puie impoited stock, and are of a quality, size, and breed îaielj equalled.
A flock of 300 EWES and WETHERS, in
Terms-Above £25, three months' credit. 4476
MESSRS. HAY & IVEY
Will Sell by Public Auotion,
On FRIDAY, the Ifllh instant, at 12 o'clock
without reseñe, '
At their Rooms, Elizabeth-street,
THREE CASES NEW BOOKS
among which will be found the Woiks of the following celebrated authors-Sir Waite) Scott, Byion, Cowper, Cooper, Ainswoith, Pope, Edge-
worth, Ellis, James, Goldsmith, Butler, Bunyan, Moore, Ciabbe, Johnson, Dodd.
Also-Hume and Smollett's England, Scott's Novels in sets, Byron's Works complete, and use- ful and Entertaining Works in endless variety.
The whole may be i iewed the day picviuus
and morning of sale.
Teims-Above £25 three months' credit. 127
AXIS ATTACK 1852.
A CORRECT ALMANACK for 1852-the
HOBART TOWN ALMANACK.
Printed and published at the «'Couriei"-office ; and on sale at the various Booksellers aud
Tea SnlUtngs Steward.
LOST, a DRAFf for £5, diawn in favour o
John Fitzpdtn'ck by the Bank of Austial nsia at Geelong upon the brunch in Hobirt Town. Any poison bunging the same io Mi. W. Rout will lecene the above rewind. Payment has been stopped.
10th January, 1862._123
FOUR HUNDRED BOXES, 1 dozen each,
on Sale by the undersigned.
122 ALEXANDER ORB.
Building: Fund\!for the proposed
Church of St. John Baptist, OouT
barn-street, Kobart Town.
Sixth Quarterly Report.
8th January, 1652.
THE Subscriptions received during thq three
months ending. 31 st-December, 1851, amount to ¿G63- Is». Od.. making a total of £550 fis. 3d. now in' the hands of the Trea- surers. One-half of the term of three years, during which it was proposed that the subscrip- tion should continue, has now elapsed ; and it is matter of thankful acknowledgment, that the eighteen months' collection has produced (in addition to the funds' previously in baud) no less a sum than £410, ót which lather moie than half* has been contiibuted within the parislr. Under the present xiircmnstanoes of the colony the commencement*of-tl»e<.building, which bud been "hoped for" about this" time, is * evidently ' impossible: but subscriptions to the fund will still be thankfully received.
£ H,&0X' 1 Treasurers.
G. A. MAKEIO, f
STOkE HOUSE, NEW TOWN.
MRS. HULL requests the YOUNG
LADIES of her Establishment to RE-ASSEMBLE on THURSDAY, the 22nd instant.-January 9. 107
MRS. and MISS HAIG beg to inform their
friends and pupils that the duties of their SCHOOL will be RESUMED on the 20th inst.
46, Macquurie-street, Januaiy 12. 112
THE College will Re-open after the Christmas
Vacation on Monday, February 2, and the Annual Commemoration will be held on the fol- lowing day, when the Warden and Fellows will be happy to see nil friends of the Institution.
The Warden and Fellows have consented, at the request of several Patents, to receive Pupils without any previous examination for entrance.
Terms, £40 per annum.
All participais may be learned by application to the Rev. the Warden, Christ's College, Bishops- bourne, or the Ven. the Archdeacons of Hobart Town and Launceston respectively..
S. B. WINDSOR, Warden.
Christ's College, January 9. 109
THERE will be an Election of a Scholar 011
this foundation on Monday, Februaiy 2. Candidates, who must be sons ol' medical men, are required to send in their applications to the Warden on or befóte Saturday, January 24, accompanied by the oidiuary certificates.
S. &'. WiNDSou, ¡Varden.
Christ's College, January 9. 110
Por England. _,
«TTSIMEDTATÊÏY required, a respectable Man
*L as VALET, to attend upon a Gentleman,
during the voyage.
Also a GOVERNESS, LADY'S MAID, &c. &c. Apply to Mns. REX, 45, Liverpool
BUCKETS, TUBS, AND BOXES,
ou Sale by the undersigned.
116 ' ALEXANDER OUR.
Sail Canvas and Rope, «to.
FOUR HUNDRED BOLTS NAVY
Twenty tons patent rope, six thread to
eight inch Pitch and tar
Oakum and spun-yarn
Bolt rope ,
Lines and twines
While lead, oil, and turpentine
Tea and sugar
Wines, spirits, and bottled ale and porter
Prime mess beef.
117 ALEXANDER ORR.
Prime Mess and Ration Beef.
'PHREE HUNDRED TIERCES of the t celebrated PORT FAIRY BEEF
One hundred tierces second and third quality Ox tongues in barrels,
On Sale by the undesigned.
119 ALEXANDER ORR.
ON SALE by the undcisigued.
120 ALBXANDKU ultu.
Broadwood'» Cottage Pianofortes,
RECEIVED direct from the manufacturers,
on Sale by the undersigned.
121 ALEXANDER OUR.
Midland Agricultural Association. AT the ANNUAL ÖENERAL MEETING
of this Association, held in the " Assembly Hotel," Campbell Town, on'Wednesday, the 7ih January instant, Wm. KERUODI:, Esq., iu the chair ; it was unanimously resolved,
1st.-" That the following gentlemen be the Committee for 1852,-Messrs. Joseph Archer, Wro. Kermode, Jas. Mackersey, D. Taylor, P. T. Smith, James Mercer, J. A. Youl, Joseph Archer, jun., John Gibson, George Gatenby, and
Andrew Mitchell; J. A. Youl, Esq., to be
2nd,-" That Mr. Maclanachan be re-elected Secretary and Treasurer."
3rd.-" That the Rules, Regulations, and Instructions to the Judges lemain unaltered."
J. MACLANACHAN, Secretary.
Ballochyle, Ross, 9th January, 1852. 124
The Thirty-sixth Thousand.
N IMPROVED EDITION, revised and
corrected, 120 pages, price 4«., CURTIS on NERVOUS DEBILITY and GENERA- TIVE DISEASES. On sale at' the' Courier
AT the public pound, Spring Hill, Montacute,
January 2nd, 1852, by Mr. Isaac Sherwin,
of Sheiwood,- '
One bay horse, long black tail, white streak down the (ace, fore off fetlock white, small flebh
maik on the nose.
Damages claimed-£1 ; fees, food, and water
1 s. Cd. per day.
If the above animal be not claimed and re- deemed within the time allowed by law, it will be sold by me, at the said pound, on Wednesday, the 3rd day of February next, according to the provisions of the Impounding Act.
115 WILLIAM OSBQUNE, Poundkeeper. A
MISS DIXON begs to intimate to the fiiends
of her pupils that the DUTIES of lier
School^will be RESUMED on WEDNESDAY,
the 21st' instant.
Edgehill Terrace, January 5th, 1851. 78
Aoaetta Cottage, Glenorchy.
SBMX2TAIVT FOR VOVNO XABI1IB.
MRS. & MISS STEVENS beg to intimate
to their fiiends that the duties of ibis establishment will be RESUMED on the 15th proximo. 54
'VUE SCHOOL will RE-OPEN on FRIDAY,
I January 23rd, on which day all the pupils nie expected to be in attendance.
Jons R, BÜOKLAHD, Head Master.
._ January 6. * . " - - 66
Cambridge House Academy,
Brisbane-street, Hobart Town.
MR. W. S. SMITH respectfully intimates
tlmt the DUTIES of his Establishment
will be RESUMED on MONDAY, 19th Januaiy
Teims for Board and Tuition, which arc mode- rate, may be had on application. 61
REQUIRED hy a family residing in the
countiy.ii Lady as GOVERNESS; com- petent to instruct in the usual blanches of an English education, with drawing and music. Apply at the Cornier-office. 82
For the Use of Schools.
QUESTIONS on the SUBJECTS, NAMES,
and WRITERS of the BOOKS of the
HOLY BIBLE, containing the Old and New
Published and for sale at the Conner-Office.
Pi ice 3d.
9E&VENT AN» TAMAS
l'Ire, Ufe. and Marine Assurance Company
A DIVIDEND of Twenty-foe Shillings per
share will be payable at the office of the above Company, on and after FRIDAY, the 2nd January next.
THOMAS HEWITT, Manager.
December 16. 4360
To Chemists and Drug-gists.
ANTED, a competent ASSISTANT.
Apply at Ibis office. 4503
MEDICAL PRACTICE and DISPENSARY
to be DISPOSED OF upon easy terms, the piesent propiietor retiring Aom practice. Apply to Z. P. Poooox. Oatlands. 4456
JOSEPH.HERUINGídaie-Accountant of the
Union Bank of Austialia, Melbourne, Victoria, having established himself as a GOLD AGENT in that city, is prepared lo receive
ORDERS for the PURCHASE of GOLD DUST on COMMISSION, to be disposed of as his principals may direct.
Mr. Herring trusts that a service of upwards of' eleven years in the above-named institution will be a sufficient guarantee for his integrity in the management of any business that may be
entrusted to bim.
Bullion Office, Collins-street, Melbourne, 1
1st Januaiy, 1852. ) 106 A Farm Overseer and a Head
WANTED, TWO íespectable competent and
active persons in the above capacities; the situations will be made comfortable to suitable (»allies. Also two competent SUB-SHEP- HERDS. Apply early, either personally or by letter (prepaid), to
Tullochgorum, Fingal, Januaiy 3. 55 INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.
Aleonantes* Bcnool of Arts, Hobart Town. THE Committee of Management respectfully
.solicit Contributions fioin persons possess- ing Anieles of Colonial Manufacture, Winks of Ait. &c. for the Exhibition on the 1st March,
AU communications will be promptly attended to, and every information given, hy the Secretary
oi the Institution.
Guonor. HiWinoiiN, Seoretary.
September 2. 1851._2355
M' R. BENJAMIN SALKELD, TEACHER
of MUSIC, being vciy giatcful for the encouiagcment he has íecehed from a liberal and discerning gentry, whose np pi oval of his qualifications is a manifest assurance thereof Iron) the veiy gicat patronage bestowed upon him, most respectfully solicits a continuance of the same, pledging himself that nothing shall-be wanting to amply satisfy them that the merit they have been pleased to appreciate shall con - linne to be maiked with punctuality and strict
rectitude of conduct.
N.B.-Should any reference be required, the most unexceptionable can be given.
Seveial Concertinas for Sale or Hiie. Piano- fortes tuned and prepaicd, bought, sold, or exchanged. ' <
Opposite the Dallas Arms, New Town Road. January 6, 1852._ 71
Sonería* Xtiyer Coals
N SALE by the undeisigned.
118 AtEXANDi.R ORB.
V|7ANTED the above quantity of GRAIN
» T either on sloiage* or consignment, and Upon which liheial cash advances will be made, «pon the same teims as a'Bank cash credit.
4496 Wa. A. GDESDON.
SAAB. I SAAB. BAftft!
tnS?ANTED,by the undesigned, TWO HUN TT DJIED TONS BARK ; to be delivered early in December next.
NATHAN, MOSES & Co
Hobart Town, Sept. 6._3411
ft FOREMAN in a Boot-maker'a Establisli ( w ment. Testimonials of character will be requited. For particulars apply at this office.
THE Undeisigned aro CASH PURCHA-
SERS ol GOLD ia* auy, quantity. The highest market price given.
A: AND R. KISSOCK.
Hobart Town, 26th December. 4461
NEW TOWN ROAD'
SEMINARY FOR YOUNO LADIES.
MRS. WILLIAMS respectfully intimates to
the Ladies of Hobart Town and its environs, that it is her intention to resume the duties of the above Establishment on the 19th
The routine of study will comprise the follow- ing branches :-English, including Geography
and Astronomy, with the use of the Globes ; . Natural Philosophy, History, Chronology, Grammar and Composition, select Readings, Writing and Arithmetic, Plain and Ornamental Needlework, with Crochet and Braiding. l
French and Italian, Drawing, Music, Singing
anti Dancing, will be taught by Mrs. Williams if
"Tlie Premises are spacious and airy, and the domestic arrangements assimilating to those of
a well-regulated home.
The manners and morals of the young Ladies will be objects of assiduous and incessant care.
Boarders (including washing), from 30 to 40 guineas per annum.
Day Boarders from 15 to 20 guineas.
Day Scholars from 8 to 12guincasper annum. Music and Singing, Drawing, French and Italian, on the usual terms. <
Payments to be made quarterly, and a quarter's notice required previous to the removal of a pupil. 20
Tasmanian Public Library.
Established Tune 1649.
I^HE following REPORT is published for the
information of the Members of this Institution :
lit January, 1852.
Number of Life Members. 35
" Annual Subscribers... 163 " Honorary Members... 9 Numbci of Books in Library ... 3454 Number of Volumes taken out
and exchanged by Members
during preceding half-year... 3088
Membcis' visits re-] Gentlemen 1315
corded in Visit- ?
ing Book .J Ladies ... 335 Books ordeicd from England
pel "Detwent". 190 Volumes. (By order) Huon HULL, Secretary.
8th Januaiy, 1852. 102
A COOK, at W A T C H O R N'S tV EMPORIUM. 2
Cattle for Sale by Private Contract. A MIXED HERD of about.2500 head *f
¡\ CATTLE, belonging lo the Van Diemeu'a Land Company, running at the Suuey Hills. '1 hey will be sold in one oi more* lots to suit pui chascrs, and will be delivered at the Surrey Hills. Any peison purchasing the whole herd can have the Su ney Hills, containing 150,000 acres, on lease for one or more years on moderate terms.
For the cuttle, approved bills will be taken at one, two, and three years.
Further paiticulars can be ascertained on ap- plication to Ronald C. Gunn, Esq , Penquite, near Launceston ; J. A. Eddie, Esq., Launceston; or to
Agent, Van Diemen's Land Company. NoxemberS. 4005
Gold Dust and Wool.
THE Undersigned is a Cash Purchaser of
GOLD DUS I and WOOL at the current rates.
Macquarie-street, L. C, STEVENSON.
Nov. 12, 185). 4033
DR. SMITH, DENTIST (from New York),
has REMOVED to the late Residence of the Rev. Mr. Tancied, nearly opposite lo the Hutchins School, Macquarie-street.
All operations in Dentistry carefully performed. Owing to the great pressure of professional engagements, those uko wish his services should make early application. '2675
'"j^HE undersigned bees leave to inform his
I friends and the public in general, that he has opened a S II O P in the TEA and GROCERY BUSINESS, and trusts by strict attention in selecting the very best articles, with moderate charges, to ensure a share of their
JOHN MEIKLE, Junr.,
Liverpool-street, one door from.
Harrington-street. ' ,
8th December. 4275
WANTED, a steady MAN to work in a
GARDEN of about an ^acre. He will be required to take charge of a* horse, and to
make himself generally useful, Apply to O P,
Tasmanian Fire and Zilfe Insurance
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of
the SHAREHOLDERS of the above Company will be held at the office, Macquarie-street, Hobart Town, on WEDNESDAY, the-21st instant, at 1 o'clock precisely.
Tilos MAC DOWEIX, Manager.
" Hobart Town, January 1,"I852, 23
TO TBS fVBIIO,
HP HE undersigned, believing a report is
-1 being circulated, that «wing to some of his workmen leaving him, his Manufactories are lik ely to be closed, begs to contradict such a átate- me nt, and lo assure the public that his
SOAP, SALT, CANDLE, AND GLUE
are in full operation as usual ; and that he 'will be happy to receive orders for each of the above articles in any quantities.
N.B.-A liberal allowance made to purchasers
of ten tons of cither.
Murray-street, 22nd December. ' 4410
- 'm .i» - -1 i i
TH E undersigned, washing to leave, the
colony, wilt be happy- to treat with any Êerson* desirous either tv PURCHASE or
LENT that much-admired Cottage, and three acres of garden in full crop, now in tis» occupa- tion, known as COMBEDOWN COTTAGE. Can be seen, and terms, Sec. kuown¿'dftilyy from two to fire p.m. I ~ . < »,u> >
Wantick-sUcet, Hobart Towty Hu. I, 79