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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED, (Article), Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827), Saturday 16 September 1826 page Article 2015-08-28 14:56 September 9.-The ship Adrian, S. Brown com
mander, 374 tons, from the Downs, 16th April, touoh
ditto, 50 boxes candles, for J. Rentmore ; 350 packages
September 9. - The ship Adrian, S. Brown com-
mander, 374 tons, from the Downs, 16th April, touch-
ditto, 50 boxes candles, for J. Rentmore; 350 packages
MISCELLANY, ORIGINAL AND SELECT. (Article), Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827), Saturday 7 October 1826 page Article 2015-08-28 14:51 ceed 6 or 8 couple an acre, and often only 2 or 3,.  
rabbit is next in value to the silver-haired, a nd itsbeau-
doubt but the skins of a great many of the beautifully >
furred species of quadrupeds in this Inland would also |
ceed 6 or 8 couple an acre, and often only 2 or 3, 
rabbit is next in value to the silver-haired, and itsbeau-
doubt but the skins of a great many of the beautifully
furred species of quadrupeds in this Inland would also
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Sunday 28 June 1807 page Advertising 2015-08-28 13:28 The following persons advertise them    
against them, that they may be. brought  
permission      
Wm. Wood, 24th -John James, 27th
George Mason 25th J. Hiilbert 25th
pretented at this Office;              
' ' Nv B. All çîai'fn's'. 'again ft rfte'aoovsi' j
períons-are to be rendered wí.Uuo\.í^vca C
?days-of-' tat: drifts 'annexed td ' their re  
Jpootive names.                  
'^.;-- -y:; "' by:' kï':k;'' »¿x? anV' ';;'..''.;? "."'.-. !
William Fletcher 27tj        
The following persons advertise them-    
against them, that they may be brought  
permission .     
Wm. Wood, 24th John James, 27th
George Mason 25th J. Hilbert 25th
presented at this Office,              
N. B. All claims against the above
persons are to be rendered within seven
days of the dates annexed to their  
respective names.     By Command of His Excellency, E. GRIFFIN, Sec.              
By Command of His Excellency
William Fletcher 27th.        
RISDON COVE, FIRST LANDING PLACE. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 12 September 1903 page Article 2015-08-28 10:15 pitched on an eligible spot for the set
the Lady Nelson to Sydney with an ac
count of the foundation of the settle
In his first letter or despatch to Go
most convenient, and accordingly dis
are situated on a hill commanding a per
nobleman's park in England than an un
France, and asked to be allowed to re
in search of Colonel David Collins. Col
from England in April, 1803, and reach
1804, as unsuitable for a settlement..
left Port Phillip, the Calcutta proceed
ed to Sydney, and the Ocean to Risdon
site lower down the river, and he pitch
ed upon a small inlet on the opposite side
traversed is one of the ways to Rich
house. This is the site of the first Go
vernment House in Tasmania. For
a splendid view from the hill compris
ing the Derwent, Prince of Wales Bay,
on the 28th March last, when His Wor  
and visited the spot where, in Septem
The day was happily chosen for the in
teresting excursion, for it was the cen
tenary of the issue of Lieutenant Bow
en's instructions to found the settle
on Van Diemen's Land," and his ap
pointment as Commandant and Superin
pitched on an eligible spot for the set-
the Lady Nelson to Sydney with an ac-
count of the foundation of the settle-
In his first letter or despatch to Go-
most convenient, and accordingly dis-
are situated on a hill commanding a per-
nobleman's park in England than an un-
France, and asked to be allowed to re-
in search of Colonel David Collins. Col-
from England in April, 1803, and reach-
1804, as unsuitable for a settlement.
left Port Phillip, the Calcutta proceeded
to Sydney, and the Ocean to Risdon
site lower down the river, and he pitched
upon a small inlet on the opposite side
traversed is one of the ways to Rich-
house. This is the site of the first
Government House in Tasmania. For
a splendid view from the hill comprising
he Derwent, Prince of Wales Bay,
on the 28th March last, when His Wor -
and visited the spot where, in Septem-
The day was happily chosen for the in-
teresting excursion, for it was the cen-
tenary of the issue of Lieutenant Bow-
en's instructions to found the settle-
on Van Diemen's Land," and his ap-
pointment as Commandant and Superin-
CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS. LANDING FACILITIES AT RISDON. HOBART, Wednesday. (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Thursday 23 July 1903 page Article 2015-08-28 10:08 CENTENARY CELEIRBA
afternoon visited the site for the Cen
with the letter from the heon. secretary
!anding of the public. It was decided
proper provision for the landing of pas
landing-place be at Clebnrpe's Point.
The above decision and recofmnendation
for the expenditure outside of supply
CENTENARY CELEBRA-
afternoon visited the site for the Cen-
with the letter from the hon. secretary
landing of the public. It was decided
proper provision for the landing of pas-
landing-place be at Cleburne's Point.
The above decision and recommendation
for the expenditure outside of supply-
The Courier. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1833. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Friday 13 December 1833 page Article 2015-08-28 09:43 would be, the last to be informed of tbam, and that
they have been committed on both aides there
can be little doubt..' At least,if i,t.were not so,
c among illiterate blacks. What barbarities
5 were not committed in this island-first at
? Risdon and afterwards jn «Ii parts, the corn-
s' p<tny at Cape Grim ostensibly established for
i their especial protection and conciliation not
. excepten? What, was done originally at Bo
would be the last to be informed of them, and that
they have been committed on both sides there
can be little doubt. At least, if it were not so,
among illiterate blacks. What barbarities
were not committed in this island - first at
Risdon and afterwards in all parts, the com-
pany at Cape Grim ostensibly established for
their especial protection and conciliation not
.xcepted? What, was done originally at Bo
SHIP NEWS. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Sunday 18 March 1804 page Article 2015-08-27 22:11 persons, have formed themselves into an  As       
persons, have formed themselves into an  As-      
SHIP NEWS. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Sunday 26 August 1804 page Article 2015-08-27 22:05 with Mr. Jacob Mountgarrett, Surgeon.  
with Mr. Jacob Mountgarrett, Surgeon,  
Family Notices (Family Notices), Advocate (Burnie, Tas. : 1890 - 1954), Tuesday 30 October 1945 page Family Notices 2015-08-23 13:35 the late Mr. J. A. Rigby, Kile, Tasma-
the late Mr. J. A. Rigby, Nile, Tasma-
Longford. (Article), The Colonist (Launceston, Tas. : 1888 - 1891), Saturday 29 June 1889 page Article 2015-08-22 14:08 generous 1 public— The , mortal ?iremoins rof .
the late Mr John Cruse ;were interred'iri the.
IWesleyan'Cemetery on ^Tuesday afternoon.
|The,uour.;was late for the.time of year.'ibut,
IMr Thos.. Cruse only, ireached; ihereufrom
cortege started. The Rev. J. T. Pieroey,
his death1, ^nductedftha^roligiousCserVlce',;
and Mr John .Wright rattendedjtoj[ the busi
ness portion of the obsequies.
generous public. — The mortal remains of
the late Mr John Cruse were interred in the
Wesleyan Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon.
The hour was late for the time of year, but
Mr Thos. Cruse only reached here from
cortege started. The Rev. J. T. Piercey,
his death, conduct the religious services,
and Mr John Wright attended to the business
portion of the obsequies.

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