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By his Excellency Colonel George Arthur

Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Van Diemen's Land and its Dependen- cies, &fC,

PROCLAMATION.

WHEREAS LettersPatent have been issued

under the public Seal of this Govern- ment, for erecting certain portions of land within this colony into Counties, Hundreds and Parish- es. And whereas it is expedient that the utmost publicity should be given to the contents of those letters patent for the general information and guidance of his Alajesty's subjects within this Government, I do therefore hereby notify and proclaim the issue of such letters pa- tent, and that Ibu tenor thereof is as follows ; of which all persons are hereby required to take notice, and to govern themselves accordingly.

' Given under my Hand and Sral at Arms,

at the Government House, Hobart town, in Van Diemen's land, this 6th day of January 1836,

GEO. ARTHUR, L.S. By His Excellency's command,

John Montagu.

WILLIAM THE FOURTH, by the Grace of

God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith. To all whom these p-esents shall come,

GREETING,

WHEREAS our late Royal Brother and

Predecessor by Letters Patent issued in our island of Van Diemen's land, bearing date at Hobart town in our said island, the 18th day of March in the 9th year of His Alajesty's reign, did nominate, constitute and appoint George Frankland, esq. Surveyor General of our said island, to be First or Chief Commis- sioner, and Peter Alurdoch and Roderick O'Connor, esqs. to be joint Commissioners, to- gether with the said George Frankland, to , make a survey of all the lands within our said

island of Van Diemen'sland and the dependen- cies thereof, and to apportion the said island and its dependencies into Counties, Hundreds and parishes. And whereas hy instructions for . that purpose issued by his said late Alajesty's

order, the Commissioners for the lime being were required to divide and apportion tile w hole of our said island into counties, each of which should contain as nearly as might be, 40 miles square, and to apportion each county into bun dreds, of which each hundred should as nearly as might be, comprise an area of 100 square

miles ; and again to subdivide each hundred into parishes, of which each parish should as nearly as might be, comprise an area of 25 square miles ; and that in making the appor- tionments aforesaid, the commissioners should have regard to all such natural divisions as might be formed by rivers, streams, islands or otherwise Provided that such division shouid not at first extend into districts beyond the range of any actual settlements: And provided also, that whenever in order to obtain a clear and well defined natural boundary of any county, hundred or parish, it should bo necessary to in- clude therein a greater or smaller quautity of land than is hereinbefore mentioned the said commissioners should make such deviations from the prescribed dimensions of such county, hundred or parish, as might be necessary for obtaining such natural boundary, but so as that no county, hundred or parish should exceed or fall short of the dimensions before prescribed to the extent of more than one third part of such dimensions. And the commissioners were fur- ther instructed, from time to time, to make re- ports to the Lieutenant Governor, setting forth the progress made by them in the before men- tioned survey. And whereas, under and by virtue of the aforesaid letters patent of our said late brother and predecessor, and in pursuance of the inductions so issued to them as aforesaid, the said George Frankland, Peter Alurdochand Roderick O'Connor, to being such commission- ers as aforesaid, have made a report in writing to His excellency Colonel George Arthur, then and still being our Lieutenant Governor of Vau Diemen's land and its dependencies, under the hands and seals of them the said commissioners, specifying therein the limits of certain counties, and also of certain hundreds and parishes with- in the same (hereinafter respectively described), which said counties, hundreds and parishes had at that time been respectively surveyed, appor- tioned and divided by them the said commis- sioners. And whereas the said report hath been finally approved of by His Excellency the said Lieutenant Governor, on our behalf, acting therein with the advice of our Executive Council of our said island.

Now, therefore, know ye, that for the purpose of fully confirming the said report and of giving complete effect to the said division and appor- tionment, we have thought fit to erect and con- stitute, and by these our royal letters patent, we do, of our special grace, erect into and con- stitute as and to be counties respectively, the several tracts or portions of land and territory within our said island next hereinafter respect- ively described--that is to say,

First-The County of Devon, bounded on the east by the riverTamar, and by a portion of the river South Esk, on the south by the river Meander and by the Great road from Deloraine bridge to the Surry hills ; on the west by the continuation of'that road to Emu bay; and on the north by Bass's straits. This county to in- clude all islands in the river Tamar, and nil islands situate between the mouth of the river Tamar and the mouth of the river Emu. Second, The County of Dorset, bounded on the north by Bass's straits, on the east by the Pacific ocean ; on the the south by the river North Esk, and a line connecting that river with George's river, and on the west by the Tamar. This county to include Waterhouse island, Swan island and all other islands situate between the mouth of the river Tamar and the mouth of George's river, and whosedistance from the coast does not ex ceed 10 British statute miles. Third, The County of Cornwall, bounded on the north by the river North Esk, and by a line connecting that r¡ ver withGeorge's ri verane! by George's river; on the east by the Pacific ocean ; on the south by the South Esk river and by St. Paul's river,and by an eastline from the head of St. Paul's river to the sea coast, and on the west by the South Esk. This county to include all islands situate between the mouth of George's river and the south extremity of the county. Fourth, The County of Somerset, bounded on the north by a portion of the river South Esk, on the east by the Eastern tier to the Alacquarie river, and thence by a line lo Beaumont's rivulet, and by that rivulet to its junction with the Little Swan port river; on the south by the Little Swan port river, and by the southern boundaries of the parishes of Brisbane, Oatlauds, Dulverton and Exmouth to the river Clyde, and on the west by a portion of the river Clyde, bj lakes Crescent and Sorell, and hyaline from lake Sorell to Wood's lake, and thence by the Lake river to its junction with the South Esk. Eifth, Coiyifi/ of Westmoreland, bounded on the north by the river Aleander, and by the great road to the Surrey Hills from Deloraine bridge to the ford in the river Alersey ; on the east bv a por- tion of the river South Esk and the Lake river; on the south by a line from Wood's lake to the Shannon at St. Patrick's plains, and by that river to the Great lake and thence by a line to the river Nive ; on the west by the river Nive to its source, and thence by a Hue by the ex- treme Western bluff to the ford in the Mersey Sixth, The County of Glamorgan, bounded on the north by a portion of the county of Corn- wall ; on the east by the Pacific ocean ; on the south by Little Swan portriver, and on thewest by the county of Somerset. This county to in- clude all islands on the east coast thereof, and the Schouteusand all islands in Oyster bay not lying further southward than the Schoutens. Seventh, The County of Cumberland, bounded on the north by the county of Westmorland ; on the east by the river Clyde ; on the west by a portion of the river Nive to its confluence with the river Derwent; on the southwest by the river Derwent from its confluence with the river Nive to its confluence with the river Clyde. Eighth, The County of Monmouth, bounded on the north by Somersetshire ; on the west by a portion of the Clyde to its junction with the Derwent, and thence on the south west by the Derwent to Storm bay ; on the south by Storm bay and Frederick Henry bay; on the east by Pittwaterand by the «astern boundaries of the parishes of Ulva, Staffa and Ormaig, and thence by a line to the junction of Beamont's rivulet with Little Swan port river. This county to include Betsey island and the Iron pot island. Ninth, The County of Pembroke, bounded on the north by Little Swan port river; on the east by the Pacific ocean ; on the south by Storm bay, and on the west by Storm bay, Norfolk bay, Pittwater, and by the eastern boundaries of the parishes of Ulva, Staffa and Ormaig, and a line to the south east angle of the county of Somer- set. This county to include the White rock, Maria island, Lachlan island, the Hippolyte rocks, Tasman's island, Wedge island, Sloping island, Garden island, Low island, the islands in Pittwater, and all other islands adjacent to the coasts of the county. Tenth, The County of Buckingham, bounded on the north by the river Derwent from its confluence with river Floren- tine to the sea ; on the west by the river Floren- tine to its source, and thence by a line to the source of the river Huou, and by that river to the sea. This county to include Bruni island, the Egg islands, Huon island, Garden island, Partridge island, Penguin island, Satellite island,Green island, Snake island, Arch island, Actaeon island, and all other islands in D'En trecasteaux channel. Eleventh, 'Ihe County of Kent, bounded on the north bv the river Davey, and by a line to the river Picton, "and by that river to its junction with the river Huon, thence on the north and on the east by the river Huon to the sea, and on the south and west hythe sea. This county to include all islandß situate bo

tween Whale head and North>Wd (Port Da-

vey).

And we do hereby for ourself our heirs and successors will and ordain that the said several tracts or portions' of land so by us erected re- spectively into counties as aforesaid shall henceforth be known and distinguished as countios accordingly by the names as -assigned to them respectively and no other.

And we do further by these our Letters Patent erect into and constitute as and to be Hundreds and Parishes respectively within those counties or within such of them as are for that purpose hereinafter mentioned respectively the several other tracts or portions of land next hereinafter referred to aud more particularly described in the schedule hereunder written that is to say.

Within the County of Cornwall.-First, the hundred of'Launceston comprising therein the parishes of Lauuceston, Braedalbáne, Perth and Evandale, the limits of which said parishes are described in the said schedule. Secondly, the hundred of Lymington, comprising therein the parishes of Lymiugton, Deddington, Bever- ley, and another parish at present unnamed, the limits of which said parishes are also de- scribed in the said schedule. Thirdly, the hundred of Avoca, comprising the parishes of Avoca,Trefusis, St. Aubyn, and Alalvern, the limits of which said parishes are also described

in the said schedule.

Within the County ofSomep.set.-First, The hundred of Lincoln, comprising therein the parishes of Chichester, Eskdale, Bramber, and Cadbury, the limits of which said parishes are described in the said schedule. Secoiidly, The hundred of Epping, comprising therein the parishes of Epping, Cleveland, Bathurst, and Salisbury, the limits of which parishes are de- scribed in the schedule. Thirdly, The hundred of Cambleton, comprising the parishes of Cam bleton, Wincanton, Eldon, and Abercrombie, the limits of which said parishes are described in the said schedule. Fourth, The hundred of Maitland, comprising the parishes of Ramsbury, Lincoln, Tierney and Lennox, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Fifth, The hundred of Aubwn, comprising the parishes of Denbigh, Hin, Chatsworth, and'Alijton, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Sixth, The Ross hundred, comprising the parishes of Ross, Pakhnham, Glenmoriston and Gibbs, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Seventh, The hundred of Cornwallis, comprising the parishes of Peel, East Grinstead, Durham and Cornwallis, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said shedule. Eighth, The hundred of Brisbane, comprising the parishes of Sligo, Bandon,1 Brisbane and Oatlands, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule, frinlh, The hundred of Tunbridge,, comprising the parishes of Dulver- ton, Exmouth, Maxwell, and another parish unnamed-the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule.

Within the County of Westmorland.-First, The hundred of Noifolk Plains, comprising the parishes of Longford, Cressy, Carrick and Little Hampton, the limits of which said parishes are described in the said schedule. Secondly, The hundred of Westbury, comprising the parishes of Westbury, Quamby, Sillwood and Adelphi, .the limits of-which said parishes are described in the\said schedule. Thirdly, The hundred of Oatlands, comprising the parishes of Bath, York, Fovvick and Somerton, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Fourth, The hundred of Apsley, comprising the parishes of Rutland, Spring Hill, Winterton and Apsley, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Fifth, The hundred of Picton, comprising the parishes of Strangford, Dysart, Beaufort and Huntingdon, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Sixth, The hundred of Bothwell, comprising the paritbes of Vincent, Largo, Henry and Grantham the limits of which parishes are also described in the said schedule. Seventh, The hundred of Hamilton, comprising the parishes of Hamilton, Grafton, Pelham and Stradbroke, the limits of which said parishes arc also described in the said schedule. Eighth, The hundred of Pontville, comprising the parishes of Wallace, Lansdowne, Aldville and Arundel, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Ninth, The hundred of Brighton, comprising the par- ishes of Lewis, Staffa, Ulva and Drummond, the limits of which said parishes are also de- scribed in the said schedule. Tenth, The hun- dred of Bellerive, comprising therein the parishes of Forbes, Cambridge, Clarence and Ralph's Bay, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Eleventh, The hundred of Yarlington, comprising the parishes of Ormaig, Yarlington and two other parishes unnamed, the limits of which said 2 parishes are also 'described in the said schedule. Within the-county of Glamorgan. First, The hundred of Eastbourne, comprising therein the parishes of Eastbourne, Glastonbury, and two other parishes \lnuamed, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said

schedule.

Within the County of Cumberland. First, The hundred of Lawrenny, comprising the par- ishes of Lawrenny, Guilford, Abrgavenny and Amhurst, the limits of which said parishes are described in the said schedule. Secondly, The hundred of Ebrington, comprising the parishes of Torlescue, Saint Albans, Alalmsbury and Rochford, the limits of which said parishes are also describediu the said schedule. Within the County of Monmouth. First, The hundred of Oatlands, comprising the parishes of Bath, York, Newick and Somerton, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Secondly, The hundred t of Apsley, comprising the parishes of Rutland, Spring Hill, Winter ton, and Apsley, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Thirdly, The hundred of Picton, comprising the the parishes of "Strangford, Dysart, Beaufort and Huntingdon, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Fourth, The hundred of Bothwell, comprising the parishes of Vincent, Largo, Henry and Grantham, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Fifth, The hundred of Hamilton, comprising the par- ishes of Hamilton, Grafton, Pelham and Stradbroke, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Sixth, The hundred of Pontville^ comprising the par- ishes of Wallace, Lansdowne, Aldville and Arundel, which said parishes are also described in the said shedule. Seventh, The hundred of Brighton, comprising the parishes of Jervis, Staffa, Ulva and Drummond, which said par- ishes are also described in the said schedule. Eighth, The hundred of Bellerive, comprising the Parishes..of Forbes, Cambridge, Clarence, aud Ralphs' Bay, which said parishes are also described in the said parishes. Ninth, The hundred of Yarlington, comprising the parishes of Ormaig, Yarlington and two other parishes unnamed, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule.

Within the County of Pembroke. First, The hut(dred of Sorell, comprising the parishes of Canning, Forcett, Carlton and Sorell, the limits of which said parishes are described in

the said schedule.

Within the County of Buckingham. First, ki-

The hundred of New Norfolk, comprising Mie parishes of Anglesea, Uxbridge, New Norfolk, and Wellington, the limits of which said parishes are described in the said schedule. Secondly, 2/te hundred of Rugby, comprising the parishes of Sutherland, Argyle, and two other parishes not yet named, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Thirdly, The Hobarton hundred, comprising the parishes of Hobart, Glenorchy, Kiugboro', and Queenboro*, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule. Fourth, The hundred of Bruni, com- prising the parishes of Coniugham, Bruni, D'Enlrecasteaux, and another parish' un- named, the limits of which said parishes are also described in the said schedule.

And we do heieby for ourself our heirs and successors will and ordain that the saidseveral tracts or portions of land so by us erected re- spectively into hundreds and parishes as last aforesaid shall henceforth bo known and dis- tinguished respectively as hundreds and par- ishes accordingly by the names so assigned to them respectively and no other.

Of all which several premises all governors judges ministers and other our loving subjects in Van Uiemen's Land and its dependencies are hereby required and directed to take notice. In Testimony whereof we have caused these our Letters to be made Patent and the public seal of our said island and its dependencies to

be hereunto aflixcd.

WITNESS His Excelleucy the said Colonel George Arthur our Lieutenant Governor of our said Island and its Dependencies at Hobart Town Jin our saidislaud the fifth day of January in the sixth year of our reign.

GEO. ARTHUR, L. S.

By His Excellency's commaud,

John Montagu.

SCHEDULE OF PARISHES.

In the county of Cornwall.-Parish of Laun- ceston, bounded on the north by the rivers Northesk and Southesk, on the east by the Northesk to the north angle of Colonel Patter- son's grant on the southeast by his northwest boundary line, and thence ina southwesterly direction to a bend in the river Southesk.

Parish of Braedalbane, commences at the nort angle of Patterson's grant and is bounded on the northeast by the Northesk river to the head of an island in it thence in a southorly direction by Rose Rivulet to the northeast angle of John Mc'Hughe's grant, on the south- west by his northern boundary and by the proper- ty of Major Mc'Leod and by the river Southesk, on the southeast by a line from Scott's south angle to the east angle of Hammant's farm, on the Southesk, and thence by his southeast side line to the river Southesk, aud on the northwest by Launceston parish.

Parish of Perth.-Bounded on the north by Braedalbane parish, on the east by the same parish and by the river Southesk, ou the south and west by that river to the south angle of Baredalbane parish.

Parish of Evandale.-Bounded on the north by the river Northesk, on the west by the parish of Braedalbane, on the south by the river Southesk as far as a grant to John Williams, on the east by that grant and a line to the south- west angle of a six hundred aud forty acre grant te Samuel Reeves, thence by the west boundary of that grant to the south angle of a grant to D. Mc'Donald, thence by the southeast boun- dary of that grant to the Spring Plains Rivulet and by that rivulet to the south boundary of a two thousand acre lot purchased of the crown by P. Lette and along that boundary to the

Northesk.

The above four parishes form the hundred of

Launceston.

Parish of Lymington -Bounded on the north- west by a part of Evandale parish, on tho southwest by the Southesk, as far as the Nile Rivulet, on the southeast by that rivulet to the south angle of an additional grant to L. W. Gilles, on the northeast by that grant and aline to the south angle of a five hundred acre grant to David Ralston thence by the south boundary of David and Robert Ralston's grants to the five hundred acre grant to D. Alc'donald.

Parish of Dcdd'mgton.-Bounded on the north east by the south boundaries of grants to Robert Pitcairn and John Glover, on the south- east by a line from the south angle of John Glover's grant to the Southesk at A. Mc'Leod's and Cox's division boundary, on the southwest by the Southesk, and on the northwest by the

Nile.

Parishof Beverley-Bounded on the north- west by the parish of Deddington, on the south- west by the Southesk, on the southeast by Beu lomond Rivulet to au additional, grant of one thousand acres to John Batman,' on the north- east by a line from thence to the south angle of John Glover's grant.

The above three paaishes and one other parish unnamed form the hundred of Lymington.

Parish of Trefusis.-Bounded on the west by Beniomond Rivulet, on the south by the South- esk, on the east by Buffalo Brook, on the north by the north boundary of a grant to M. A. Bolger produced westerly to Beniomond Rivu- let, and easterly by Buffalo Brook,

Parish of Saint Aubyn.-Bounded on the south hythe parish of Trefusis, on the north- west by Beniomond Rivulet to the north angle of a six hundred and forty acre lot purchased by John Batman, on the northeast by av line to

a mark on Buffalo Brook and on the east by

that brook.

Parish of Malvern.-Bounded on the west by the parishes of Trefusis and St. Aubyn, on the southeast by the Southesk to a rivulet at the north boundary of a grant to J. Grey, on the northeast by that rivulet to a mark, and on the northwest by a line to the northeast angle of the parish of Sf Aubyn.

Parish of Avoca.-Bounded on the northwest by the Southesk to the north angle of a grant to Wm. Robertson, on the south by the St. Paul's river to a grant to Robert Cowie, and on the northeast by a line from thence to the north boundary of Robertson's grant, and by that boundary to the Southesk.

[The above four parishes form the hundred of Avoca.]

In the county of Somerset, parish of Chichester. -Bounded on the north by the river Southesk, on the northeast by the same river to the north angle of Stalker's farm, on the southeast by Stalker's northwest side line and a line running in a southwesterly direction to the northeast angle of AlrJohu Kerr's grant, thence by Kerr's north side line to the Lake river, and on the west by the Lake river to its confluence with

the Southesk.

Parish of Eskdale.-Bounded, on the noith west by Chichester parish, on the northeast by the Southesk, on the southeast by Kenn's south east boundary line, and a continued line to Cad- bury parish, and on the southwest side by the parishes of Cadbury and Bamber.

Parish of Bamber.-Bounded on the north by the north Hue of Air John Kerr's grant, on the northeast by tho northeast boundary of Major De Gillern's grant, and a line to the north angle of Cadbury parish, on the southeast by a line running in a southwesterly direction to the east angle of Sorell's grant, and on the southwest by the Macquarie and Lake rivers.

Parish of Cadbury.-Bounded on the north- west by Bramber parish', on the northeast by a line commencing at the east angle of Bramber parish, and running southeasterly to a mark, on

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the southeast by aline commencing atthat angle and running southwesterly along Taylor's and

Malcolm's boundary line to the Macquarie r¿ river, and on the southwest by that river. 'fl

[The above four parishes form the hundred of Lincoln.]

Parish of Epping.-Bounded on the northeast by the Southesk, commencing at the east angle of Eskdale parish to Crear's east line, on tho east by that line and a southwesterly line in continuation to the east angle of Cadbury pa- rish, on the southwest by a line to the south angle of Eskdale parish, aud on the northwest by the south side of Eskdale parish.

Parish of Cleveland.-Bounded on the north by the Southesk, commencing at Crear's east line and running to Wilson's northeast angle, on the east by Wilson's side line, and a line in continuation to the east angle of Bathurst pa- rish, on the southwest by the northeast side of Bathurst parish, on the northwest by the south east side of Epping parish.

Bathurst parish.-Bounded on the northwest by Cadbury parish, on the northeast by a line commencing at the east angle of Cadbury parish, and running in a southeasterly direction to a mark on tho southeast from that mark in a southwesterly direction to the Macquarie river, by a line forming the boundary of ftcott's and

Ayre's grants, and on the southwest by the Mac- .

quarie river. i

Parish of Salisbury.-Bounded on the north,

by the Southesk, commencing at the northeast I angle of Wilson's grant, aud running to Passage ' rivulet, on the east by that rivulet, and by the ' summit of the range of hills to a mark, on the south by a westerly line to the east angle of Bathurst parish, on the northwest by the south east side ot Cleveland parish.

[The above four parishes form the hundred of Fpping.]

Parish of Campbellton.-Bounded on fie north , by the south boundary line of Salisbury parish, on the northeast by the northeast boundary line of lot 5, purchased of the crown by Temple Pearson, and the northeast boundary of an ad- ditional location of 300 acres to Hezekiah Har- rison to Elizabeth river, on the south by that river and by the Alacquarie, on the northwest by the southeast side of Bathurst parish.

Parish of Wincanton.-Bounded on the north by the Elizabeth river, on the east by the range of hills, on the southeast by a southwesteily line to the east angle of Gilles' grant, and by his southeast side line to the Macquarie river, on the southwest by that river to its junction

with the Elizabeth river.

Parish of Eldon.-Bounded on the north by Abercrombie parish, on the east by the Alac- quarie to the southeast angle of a grant to Jas. Garth, on the south by Garth's side line and a liue in continuation to the new road, and on the west by that road to the south angle of Aber- crombie parisb.

ParishoJ Abercrombie.-Bounded on the north west by Lennox parish, on the northeast by the Alacquarie river, commencing at the east angle of Allison's grant, and continuing to the south east angle of Foster's grant, on the southeast by a southwest Hue commencing at the bound- ary between the two Foster's to the new road, and on the southwest by that road to the south east boundary of Lennox parish.

[The above four parishes form the hundred of Campbellton.

Parishof Ilamsbury,-Bounded on the north by the Macquarie river, commencing at its junction with the Lake river to Bibra's northeast angle, on the east by Bibra's side liue and a continued line to a mark, on the south by a due west line to the Lake river, on the west by the

Lake river.

Parish of Lincobi.-Bounded on the north commencing at the northeast angle of Rams bury parish by the Macquarie river to its junc- tion with the l8¡3 rivulet, on the east by that rivulet to Powell's northeast angle, on the south by Powell's north side line and a continued line to the southwest angle of this (Lincoln) parish, on the west by Tierney and Ilamsbury parishes.

Parish of Tierney.-Bounded on the north by Ramsbury and Lincoln parishes, on the east by the river Isis, commencing at the southeast an- gle of Sutherland's grant and continuing up that river four miles and a half, on the south by a due west line to the Lake river, and on the west by that river.

Parish of Lennox.-Bounded on the northeast Oy the Alacquarie river, commencing at its junction with the Isis, on the southeast by Al- lison's southeast boundary line, and thence by a continued line running in a southwesterly di- rection to the Isis, and on the west by the Isis.

[The above four parishes form the hundred of

Maitland.]

Parish of Denbigh.-Bounded on the north by Tierney parish, on the east by a line commen- cing at a mark midway between the Lake and Isis rivers and running in a southerly direction to a mark, on the south from that mark by a line running due west to the Lake river,, and on the

west by that river.

Parish of Hill.-Bounded on the north by Tierney parish, on .the east hythe river Isis, commencing at the southwest angle of Tierney parish and .continuing up that river to a mark on the range of hills in a southwest direction, on the west by a due north line to the southeast angle of Denbigh parish,and along the east line of that parish to the south boundary of Tierney

parish.

Parish of Chatsworth.-Bounded on the east by the western boundaries of Abercrombie and Eldon parishes, on the south by a line, ia a southwesterly direction to a mark on the range of mountains, on the southwest by a northwes- terly Hue to the south angle of Hill parish, and on the northwest by a stream issuing from the mountains and running into the Isis river, and thence by the Isis to the northwest anglo of the, parish. \

Parish of Milton.-Bounded on the north bj* the south boundary of Chatsworth parish, on the east by the new line of road, on the soutl: by Mill Brook, and on the southwest by a northwesterly line to the south angle of Chats¡ warth parish.

[The above four parishes form the hundred of

Auburn.]

_(Conclusion in our next )

The following claims for grants are to be foj warded for the approval of the Commissior of the Caveat Board on the 8th day of F persons, therefore, who have counter c1 must enter them before that period, or they

be too late :

William Lyttleton, 500a, Westbury parish Ditto, 500a, more or less, ditto.

James Thorneloe, 550a, Perth parish.

M. Innes, 314a, Canning parish, original!

granted to Nathaniel Ayres.

Alary Young, 95a, Forcett parish, originall]

granted to Allan Young.

William-Wilson, 90a, ditto parisb, original]

granted to R. Buckingham.

James Olding, 1000a, Prosser's river

Joseph Tico Gellibrand, 115a, Longford pa- rish, originally granted to John Thomas.

John Fawlkner, 2r 37p, Hobart town. v Peter Aliller, 50a, Cannin¡ ' ' ' ' ally granted to Patrick Miller,

Printed and published at the Hobart Town Courier

Office, in Collins-street, by JAMES ROSS,

Printer, of Collins-street, aforesaid. i Price One Shilling, or Ten Shillings per quarter, '

paid in advance. Advertisements of 8 lines and under 3s. 6d. above 8 lines, 3d. per line.

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