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Aaron Crossley Hobart Seymour (1789—1870) hymn writer

Augustus Charles Hobart Hampden (1822—1886) naval officer

Garret Hobart

George Hobart (1731—1804) theatre manager and politician

Hobart Conference

Hobart, George V (1867—1926)

Hobart Town Courier

Hobart Town Gazette

Hobart Town Magazine

John Hobart (1723—1793) politician

John Hobart (1693—1756) politician and courtier

John Hobart Caradoc (1799—1873) diplomatist

John Hobart Caunter (1792—1851) writer

Lady Frances Hobart (1603—1664) religious patron and benefactor

Lieutenant-General Sir Vernon Ashton Hobart Sturdee (1890—1966)

Maj-General Sir Percy Hobart (1885—1957) army officer and military reformer

Michael Hobart Seymour (1800—1874) anti-Catholic polemicist

Robert Hobart (1760—1816) politician

Sir Edward Hobart Seymour (1840—1929) naval officer

Sir Henry Hobart (c. 1554—1625) lawyer and judge

Sir James Hobart (c. 1447—1517) judge

Sir John Hobart (1628—1683) politician

Sir Miles Hobart (1599—1632) politician

Thomas Walker Hobart Inskip (1876—1947) lawyer and politician

Vere Henry Hobart (1818—1875) administrator in India


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(until 1881, Hobart Town) is the capital of Tasmania. Centring on the Derwent estuary and surrounded by Mount Wellington and other undulations, the city's situation is outstandingly beautiful. Numerous surviving ...

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