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The Hobart Town gazette
Bib ID 1209981
Format NewspaperNewspaper, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description Hobart Town : Government Printer, 1825-1880 
56 v. ; 44 cm. 
ISSN 1835-4777 
Notes

Caption title.

Size varies.

The Hobart Town gazette was established on 25 June 1825 by Ross and Howe, the newly appointed Government Printers, as the authorised publisher of government notices, taking over that role from The Hobart Town gazette and Van Diemen's Land advertiser, published by Andrew Bent. It was published a day after Bent's paper and used the same volume and issue numbering. The 2 papers were published in this way for 7 weeks, until Aug. 19, 1825 when Bent changed the title of Hobart Town gazette and Van Diemen's Land advertiser to Colonial times and Tasmanian advertiser. The Hobart Town gazette continued to be published, changing title in 1881 to Hobart gazette.

Supplements accompany some issues.

Also available on microfilm.

Issues for June 25, 1825-13 Oct. 1827 also available online via the Australian Newspapers service. Address as at 29 Sept. 2009: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-title5

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 649

Life Dates Vol. 10, no. 477 (June 25, 1825)-v. 65, no. 5382 (Dec. 28, 1880) 
Later Title

Hobart gazette

Related Title

Hobart Town gazette, and Van Diemen's Land advertiser 1834-0954

Subjects Australian newspapers -- Tasmania -- Hobart.  |  Hobart (Tas.) -- Newspapers.  |  Tasmania -- History -- Sources -- Periodicals.  |  Tasmania -- Politics and government -- Periodicals.
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