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Schedule of Government & Garrison Orders, Notices, Proclamations & Letters, relative to the Natives

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Schedule of Government & Garrison Orders, Notices, Proclamations & Letters, relative to the Natives
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Schedule of Government & Garrison Orders, Notices, Proclamations & Letters, relative to the Natives
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1; Circular to Magistrates 25 June, 1824, enclosing a Proclamation; 2. Proclamation dated 23 June, 1824 - Natives of Colony under British protection & law; 3; Government & General Order 4 Nov., 1824 - Utmost attention to be paid natives at Hobart Town; 4; Government Notice 13 Sept., 1826 - Execution of 2 natives, hoped will prevent further outrages; 5; Government Notice 29 Nov., 1826 - Capture of Aborigines leaders object of great importance; 6; Government Notice 29 Nov., 1827 - Natives to be driven from settled districts; 7; Garrison Order 29 Nov., 1827 - Military aid sent into the interior; 8; Proclamation 15 April, 1828 - Natives forbidden to enter settled districts; 9; Brigade Major to Officers 21 April, 1828 cautioning officers to apprize natives of the necessity of retiring from settled districts; 10; Brigade Major to Captain Walpole 30 Sept., 1828, stating military are out in aid of civil power; Schedule of Government orders, etc., continued; 11; Garrison Order 24 Oct., 1828 Further military aid sent into the interior; 12; Proclamation 1 Nov., 1828 - Martial law against the natives within several districts; 13; Circular to Magistrates 1 Nov., 1828 regarding spirit of the Proclamation of Martial Law; 14; Brigade Major to Lieutenant Oliver 1 Nov., 1828 - His duty to send out detachments according to the Police Magistrates suggestions; 15; Brigade Major to Officers 3 Nov., 1828 enjoining them to act up the spirit of the Proclamation of Martial Law; 16; Government Notice 11 Dec., 1828 - Military outposts extended to remote stations; 17; Garrison Order 12 Dec., 1828 - Troops in the interior to repel or capture natives, 18; Circular to Magistrates 2 Jan., 1839 - To render Mr. G. Robertson every assistance; 19; Government Notice 4 March, 1829 - A steady person required to effect an intercourse with natives; 20; Garrison Order 4 Sept., 1829 - Officers constantly to visit outstations; Schedule of Government Orders, etc. continued; 21; Circular to Magistrates 11 Sept., 1829 - Any natives captured to be treated kindly; 22; Garrison Order 15 Sept., 1829 - More energetic measures to be adopted; 23; Colonial Secretary to Magistrates 18 Sept., 1829 - Copy of Garrison Order; 24; Town Adjutant to Captain Vicary 5 Feb., 1830 Natives to be captured rather than fired upon; 25; Government Order 19 Feb., 1830 - Reward offered any person effecting intercourse with natives; 26; Government Order 25 Feb. 1830 - Rewards for the capture of natives
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Schedule of Government & Garrison Orders, Notices, Proclamations & Letters, relative to the Natives
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Held by State Library of Tasmania: TSA.CSO.1/328/7578/13
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Schedule of Government & Garrison Orders, Notices, Proclamations & Letters, relative to the Natives
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Held by State Library of Tasmania: TSA.CSO.1/328/7578/13
Control code
M0053690
System control number
0076952

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