G1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 213,
Ï Colonial Secretary's office, Nov. 16.
The Lieutenant j Governor ,has had before bim " in tile Executive Council, the commu nicatipnSjOn the subject of Immigration, ad- dressed,'to the Colonial Secretary, in accord- ance with the invitation contained in the Go- vernment Notice of the 19th April 1837.
His, Excellency takes this opportunity of expressing his sense of the sei vices rendered by those gentlemen, who have thus afforded the Government the benefit of their suggestions, which t would cat lier have received a special acknowledgement, had not information been received that His late Majesty's Government was itself maturing the hoads of a arrange- ment for conducting Immigration to this Colony, which might render necessaiy a mo- dification of any scheme devised hore, if that scheme were so devised ïn ignorance of, and thcrcfoto in all probability so ins to interfere with, its leading details.
Ii appeared, therefore, to the Lieutenant Governor to be the best course, to defer the final consideration of the subject until further information al lived from England.
His Excellency has accordingly received on the 11 fh,instant by the "Juliet," Lord Gie nelg's despatches of the 29th April and 31st May 1837, (written before the receipt of the communication of April last, requesting His Majesty's Government to suspend immi- gration) in which His Lordship. has notified the appointment of Mr. T. Llliott as Agent General for Immigration in Van Dicmen's Land, and the employment of Dr. Bovter in selecting Immigrants, on the same plan as that ?which is now \n operation for New South Wales, and His Lordship has further stated that two vessels, one from Scotland and the other from Ireland, would accordingly shortly be dispatched to this Colony. ,
Under these circumstances, His Excellency,' with the advice of the Council, has thought it right to intimate, that no steps.-will be taken by the Local Government in this matter,? until niter/he ai rival of those Immigrants, who may have bren solccUd hy ,Dr. Bovter.
By His Excellency's Command,
GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No. 214,
Colonial Secretary's Office, Nov. 16.
The Lieutenant Governor having determined to include in the Commission of the Peace issued this day, the names of those Gentlemen only, who are actually residing in the Colony, desires it to be notified, that whenever any of
them, whose names have been omitted return to reside, he will be happy to restore their names to the Commission.
By His Excellency's Command,
Victoria by the Grace of God of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith,and so forth.
To Thomas Archer, James Cox, Geo. Weston Gunning, Peter Archer Mulgrave, Afleck Moodie, Thomas Anstey, Benjamin Horne, Joseph Hone, William - Gellibrand, Richard Willis, John Ogle Gage, James Cubbiston Sutherland, John Hunt Butcher, Robert Har- rison, Edward Curr, William Henry Glover, William Gwyllym Walker,,William Clark, Mal-
colm Laing Smith, Thomas Allen Lascelles, Geo, Frankland, Wm. Sorell, Wm. Barnes, Edw. Du- maresq, Roderic O'Connor, Wm. Kenworthy, John Beamont, Edw. Abbott, Jos. Steele, Wm. Page Ashburner, William Gray, Hy. Nicholls, Robert Officer, Alexander M'Pherson, Charles M.'Lachlan, John Kerr, Henry Boden Tor losse, Josiah Spode, John Lee Archer, Frederick Roper, Joseph Henry Moore, Esqs., William Bedford, Clerk, Michael Vicary, Peter M'Laine William Moriarty, John Clark, Samuel Ro- binson Dawson, Francis Aubin, Geo. Briscoe Skardon, Robert Vincent Legge, Thos Mason, John Montagu, Matthew Forster, William Thomas Parramore, Charles Swanston, Wiîliam Wilson, George Hull, Esquires, Adam Turn- bull, Doctor of Medicine, Pierson Foote, Jocelyn Bartholomew Thomas, Benjamin Ber- thon, Theodore Hartley, George Stephen Davies, Alfred William Horne, Jos. Milligan, Walter Angus Bethune, David Lambe, Thos. Reiby, John Leake, Mathias Gaunt, Thomas Henty, Matthew Curling Friend, Robert Hep- burn, William Proctor, Geo. Palmer Ball, John Whitefoord, Charles O'Hara Booth, Jas.
Henty, Esquires, John Macbraire, Doctor of Medicine, Charles Schaw, John Hicks Hutchin- son, Frederick Henry Alexander Forth, Alfred Stephen, Ronald Campbell Gunn, John Gre- gory, Geo. Hy. Barnes, James Radcliffe, George King, James Crear, Charles Lonsdale, Cor- nelius Gavin Casey, Benjamin Bayly, Nicholas Wrixon, Esquires, Philip Palmer, Clerk, Alexander Mackenzie, Henry Jellicoe, George Yeoland, George Thomas William Blaney Boyes, Thomas Smith, William Gunn, Roht. Jacomb, James Simmons, John Thomas Col. licott, Cornthwaite Hector, Samuel Lapham, William Langdon, William Scccombe, William Neilly, Alfred Mundy, Angus Mackay, George Dcare, William Turner, Valentine Griffith, Arthur Gardiner, William Archer, Francis Young Wilmore, William Pritchard Weston, William Paton, James Smith, John Frederick Sharland, Algernon Burdett Jones, Thomas Ryan, William Henry Breton, Wm. Thos. Napier Champ, Alexander Cheyne, Edmund William Wilmore; John Dunn, Charles Arthur, Joseph Gellibrand Jennings, Wm. Franks, John Bogle, Georgo M'Killop, Thomas Lear- month, George Willoughby Davy 0'Hara, James Peck Poynter, Henry D'Arch, Wm. Dermer, Robert Pringle Stuart, John Boyes, George Robson, John Crofton Peddie, Roger Kelsall, Cornelius Driscoll, Augustus Blair, Richard Radcliffe, John Wright Baker, Frederick George Brock, Lewis Wm. Gilles, Esquires, John Arthur, Doctor of Medicine, John Foster, Henry Miller, James Aitkin, Robert Barr, John Abbott, Edward Archer, John Atkinson, Richard Barker, Edward Samuel Pickard Bedford, Edmund Bryant, Francis Bryant, Alexander Clerke, Arthur Thomas Collet, John Cox, Richard Dry, James Evans, Esquires, Robert Warren Gibbs, Clerk, James Gibson, Wm. Henry Gough, David Jamieson, Charles Brown Hardwicke, Hezekiah Harrison, Charles Sham Henty, Thomas Howitt, James Hobbs, Esquires, Win. Hutchins, Clerk, Anthony Fenn Kemp, James Lord, Edward M'Dowell, John M'Leod, Alexander Maconochie, Thomas Frederick Marzetti, Askin Morrison, James Geo. Parker, Joseph Penny, John Price, Edward Rand, Henry Reed, James Haydock Reibey, Esqrs , James Ross, Doctor of Laws, Horace Row croft, John Sinclair, Francis Smith, Frederick Coape Smith, Robert Petty Stewart, John Ramsay Stuart, Francis Gerard Tabart, Samuel Neil Talbot, Archibald Thomson, Edward Tobin, Robert Wales, Thomas Walker, John Helder Wedge, Edward Davey Wedge, D'Arcy Wentworth, Robert Wettenhall, Thomas Williams, William Wood, James Arndell Youl, Esquires.
Notice is hereby given, that the'1 following claims for grants, will be ready for examination hythe Commissioners appointed for that pur- pose, upon, or immediately after the 17th day of Jjinnaiy 1838, before. which' day any-caveat
or counter claim, must be entered :
George Stokell, 500a.. Pembroke, originally granted to William Bignell
Georgo Stokell, 1280a. Staffa parish, original- ly located to Mercer Ludgater
Geoigo Stokell, 2560a. county of Monmouth
Gem gc Cartwright and Gamaliel Butler, 69a. Arundel parish, Monmouth, originally granted to James Bryan .Cullen
. 'Thomas Toiry, 108a. Wellington parish,
.Buckingham | r i .. ?
w11! '? . i .'.? ' "
Robert Bostock, 320a. Cleveland parish, originally located to Malcolm M'Kercher
, Robert Bostock, 1099a. Cleveland) parish
r Thomas Scott, '10a. » Cornwall,',suburbs of Launceston, originally ordered to Wm. Moriarty
Thomas Scott, 10a. Launceston
Alexander Gellie, lr. 27p. Hobart town
r John Docherty, 40a. Staffa parish, originally located to 1 erence Dogherty
John Hoberman, 37p. Hobart town
Alexander Denholm, 320a. Winterton parish Gamaliel Butler, lr. 30p. Hobart town William .Milne, lr. 14p. Launceston-" William Joj nes, 2r 13p. Launceston Gamaliel Butler, ]lp. Hobart tow n.
William Effingham Laurence, 500a. county of Dorset, originally located te J. F. Williams "
Henry Butler, 30a. Strangford parish, county -¡of Monmouth, originally granted to Edward
Henry Butler, 25a. Strangford parish, origin- ally located to Edward Whitehouse. ,.