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HIGH WATER at PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

HIGH WATER at PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED at SYDNEY ; and ADVER- TISEMENTS, RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

J. SIMPSON, Laundress,     CENTER of PITT's ROW, SYDNEY, RESPECTFULLY acquaints MASTERS   and OFFICERS of VESSELS, who may     think proper to employ her, that their LINEN   shall be got up with Care, Neatness, and Di- ligence, on the most reasonable Terms. N.B. Mangling performed with every pos- sible Expedition and Attention. THE REMAINDER     Of the Capital Investment Im- ported by the ATLAS IS NOW ON SALE at THE COMMISSION     WAREHOUSE OF SIMEON LORD,   [Formerly in the occupation of Mr. Simpson,] HIGH-STREET, SYDNEY ; Consisting of the following Articles, viz. Gentlemen's fine beaver hats       ditto strong ditto       Boys and girls' shoes Boot legs and soles TEAS, black & green Sauces and mustard     Tobacco and soap &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

NOW ON SALE,   At the long-established Shop of Simeon Lord,   The following valuable and extensive AS- SORTMENT of APPROVED ARTI-   CLES, which will be disposed of at the most reasonable and reduced Prices:   SUPERFINE Russia and common Cloths     Ditto Coatings and Beavers     Ditto Cassimeres and Kerseymeres Muslinets, Dimities, and Marseilles Plain and ribb'd Velvetets and Velveteens Corduroys and Thicksets Printed Calicoes and Chintzes   Irish Linens, sheetings, and Flannels Russia Duck and Canvas Silk and Cotton Hose Worsted ditto Muslins Calimancoes, and Durants Gilt, plated, and metal Buttons Taylor's Trimmings Silk Fringe Norwich and Cotton shawls Silk and Cotton handkerchiefs Nankeens Fine and coarse hats Ladies and Gentlemen's Shoes Slop Cloathing An extensive assortment of China Glass and Earthen-ware Ironmongery and Hardware   Mechanick's Tool...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

FOR SALE,             On board the Ship Bridge- water, The Undermentioned GOODS, viz Wine in Casks 50 gallons each, of the Vendova flavour, at 7s. per gallon     Wine in Casks 120 gallons each, of the Madeira flavour, at 9s. per gallon --- Not Less than Half a Cask to be disposed of Porter of the first quality, warranted, in Casks       of 64 gallon, at 7l. 7s. per cask.   Pale Ale in casks the same-size, warranted     at 8l. per cask   Cheese in Cases, Pines, Cheshire, double and single Gloucester, at 7s. per Pound   Butter in Firkins, at 1s. 10d. per Pound Hams at 2s. 6d. per Pound     Soap in Boxes, 86s. per Hundred Weight Irish Linen in Boxes, from 1s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. per Yard Durants in Pieces from 28 to 30 Yards each,   at 50s. per Piece Lace on Ca...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

DIED On board the Harrington Brig, before she     reached this Port, Mr. Maurice Byers,  Chief Mate of that vessel. _________________________________ SYDNEY WHARF.—Yesterday morning four Boats came in from Kissing Point, with vegetables, a few melons and pumpkins, a quantity of Maize and Potatoes, and some Poultry:—Vegetables fold cheap; the Maize     dull of sale at store-house price: Potatoes     9s. to 10s. per 100lbs. and poultry as before.

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

General Orders.   A Settler at the Hawkesbury having been promised an Allotment of Land some time past, which he sold soon after it was measured, before the Grant was made out, which speci- fies, That if the Farm granted is sold, before the term of Five Years is expired, without the GOVERNOR'S Permission, such Grant is   null and void ; in consequence of which, the Grant is Cancelled. To prevent such fraudulent practices in future, every Person about purchasing a Farm         will do well to inform himself if there are   any legal Title Deeds, otherwise, any loss and disappointment must fall on the Seller   and Buyer. By Command of His EXCELLENCY, W. N. CHAPMAN, Sec. Government House, April 18, 1803.

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Regulations To be observed by the Rev. Mr. DIXON, and the CATHOLIC CONGREGATIONS in this Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

Regulations To be observed by the Rev. Mr. DIXON. and the CATHOLIC CONGREGATIONS         in this Colony. FIRST. They will observe, with all be- coming gratitude, That this Extension of liberal Toleration proceeds from the Piety     and Benevolence of OUR MOST GRA CIOUS SOVEREIGN, to Whom, as well as   our Parent Country at large, we are (under Providence), indebted for the Blessings we enjoy   SECOND. That the Religious Exercise of their Worship may suffer no hindrance, it is expected that no Seditious Conversations   that can any wise injure HIS MAJESTY's       Government, or affect the Tranquillity of this Colony, will ever happen, either at the Places prescribed for their Worship, or Elsewhere. But that they will individually   manifest their Gratitude and Allegiance, by exerting themselves in Detecting and Reporting any impropriety, of that or any other nature, that may fall u...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Proclamation, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

Proclamation,   BY HIS EXCELLENCY PHILIP GIDLEY   KING, Esquire, Captain General and Go- vernor in Chief in and over HIS MA   JESTY'S Territory of New South Wales     and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. WHEREAS I have judged it expedient and     admissible, in consequence of a Com-   mincation from His Majesty's Principal   Secretary of State for the Colonies and War   Department, to Grant unto the Reverend Mr. DIXON a Conditional Emancipation, to ena-   ble him to Exercise his Clerical Functions as   a Roman Catholic Priest, which he has qua-   lified himself for by the regular and exempla   ry Conduct he has manifested since his resi dence in this Colony, and his having taken   the Oaths of Allegiance, Abjuration, and De claration, prescribed by Law. Which Permission shall remain in full Force and Effect, so long as he, the said Rev. Mr. Dixon (and no other Priest), shall strictly adhere to the ...

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Extracts From the London Papers [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

Extracts From the London Papers Capt. B., Magee, of Bofton, sailed for the North-West of America, for the pur-     pose of trafficking for furs, &c. --- Being de- sirous of wintering on the coast, he proceed     ed with his ship to the cove where the Ha-   zard had passed the preceding winter, and   was received by the natives with much ap-     parent friendship.--- The crew of the Hazard,     however, had had a quarrel with these peo- ple, who were resolved to take revenge on   the fird of their countrymen who might fall     into their power. Capt. Magee, unsuspect- ing treachery, went on shore, attended by a   boy and the carpenter, to inspect the repairs     of a boat, and immediately on his landing he   was surrounded and shot by the natives ; --- they wounded the carpenter and stabbed the       boy in three places. On the report of fire- arms, a boat put off from the ship, and suc-   ceeded in bringing away the dead bodies and   th...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette " SIR, " Being persuaded that raillery has the ad- vantage of more ferious argument, when op- posed to FOLLY, I beg your acceptance and inspection of the following observations on the   serious subject of suicide :" " The accounts contained in your Paper   of the various suicides that have lately been effected or attempted, have led me to an en- quiry into the causes that were productive of     such detestable though melancholy conse- quences. I at first conjectured that the sea-   son of the year might in some degree have   operated with us, as do the low'ring glooms of November upon some of the Northern parts of Europe; but upon a more minute Investigation, I have informed myself that           these abrupt intrusions upon eternity origi- nate, I may say invariably, either in folly or intemperance. To the latter source the     LADIES have been indebted for a catastrophe,     at which, in a perfect state of mind, they must     have ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY. Monday-At 10 m. past 12 at noon Tuesday-35 m. past 12 in the morning, 1 at noon Wednesday-25 m. past 1 in the morning, 50 m. past 1 at noon Thursday-15 m. past 2 in the morning, 40 m. past 2 in the afternoon Friday-5 m. past 3 in the morning, 30 m. past 3 in the afternoon Saturday-55 m. past 3 in the morning, 15 m. past 4 in the afternoon Sunday-40 m. past 4 in the morning, 5 m. past 5 in the evening

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PUGILISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

PUGILISM. Last week a DESPERATE conflict took     place between a Butcher and Blacksfmith, the former of whom appeared more obstinate than     wise; but from his ridiculous hardihood, at   length obliged the Vulcan to decline further hostility, from motives of compassion.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

SHIP NEWS.         Sailed on Thursday last for Norfolk Island   and from thence to proceed for the Moluccas     and Calcutta, His Majesty's Ship       Buffalo, Capt. W. Kent, Commander.   Sailed on Monday last for Bass's Straits, the Endeavour, Oliphant; and George,   Stewart. On Friday arrived the Brig Harrington, Mr. WILLIAM CAMPBELL Master, from the   Coast of Peru and Chili. In her passage she touched at Norfolk Island, which she left the evening of the 15th instant.   Remain His Majesty's ships Glatton and     Porpoise; armed Tender Lady Nelson,        Cumberland and Bee Colonial vessels, with   Bridgewater, Cato, and Greenwich and Venus   Whalers. BOATS. - On Sunday last arrived from Hawkesbury the Argument, Ward and Eaton,   the Raven, T. Raby; Hope, Smallwood;     Edwin, belonging to J. Palmer, E...

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Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

Sydney.     On Saturday the 16th Instant and two fol- lowing days a number of prisoners convicted   of misdemeanors, were shipped on board the Buffalo for Norfolk Island. Robert Jillet was also put on board, with Hailey, im-   plicated in the same offence, and several of the Store Attendants, whose conduct had been such as to render them suspected. Se-     veral persons were permitted to go at their own request, some to accompany their hus-       bands, and others from a desire of a change of air.     Last week John Orrall was taken before a   Magistrate on suspicion of stealing a Sail the     property of J. Harris, Esq. and the charge being justified, was sentenced a corporal     punishment; in the course of which he pro-   fessed a knowledge where the property lay concealed, and was permitted to go, in charge of a constable, in quest of it. After amusing the officer with a round-about pro- menade he stopped at a hous...

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YELLOW F[?]VER IN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 April 1803

YELLOW FEVER IN ASIA.   A malignant fever has for some time ra   vaged the Western coast of Sumatra, and fallen with particular fatality upon the Chi nese colony --- the loss of Europeans has been comparatively trivial. This distemper, in its progress and effect, bears so strong a resemblance to the yellow fever of the Western Hemisphere, as to have   induced an opinion that it has been introduced   into Sumatra by some American vessel. The deaths have been so numerous as to make it necessary to dispense with the ordinary rites of burial.      

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 May 1803

"FOR SALE On board the Ship Bridgewater. THE Undermentioned GOODS, Viz. Wine in casks 150 gallons each, of the Vendonia flavor, at 7s. per gallon Wine in Casks 120 gallons each, of the Ma- deira flavour, at 9s. per gallon. - - not less than Half a Cask to be disposed of. Porter of the first quality, warranted, in Casks of 64 gallons, at 7l. 7s. per cask. Pale Ale in casks the same size, warranted! at 31. per cask. Cheese in Cases. Pines, Cheshire, double and   single Gloucester, at 2s. per pound. Butter in Firkins, at 1s. 10d per Pound   Hams at 2s. 6d. per Pound Soap in Boxes, 86s. per Hundred Weight Irish Linen in Boxes, from 1s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. per Yard Durants in Pieces from 28 to 30 Yards each at 50s. per Piece Lace on Cards from 32 to 65 Yards, from   2s. to 7s. per Yard   Earthen-ware in Table Sets, 242 Pieces plain, at 61. 10s. per Set ; and Edged blue and green, at 12l. 12s.   Cups and Saucers in Casks, contain...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 May 1803

To be Let or Sold,   A Small, but elegible and commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 5, Serjeant   Major's Row, Sydney, with good Garden ground, &c. &c. Particulars had of T. Blakemore, in the   the same Row. NOTICE.   ALL Persons who had any Claim or Demands   on the late JOHN BUCK, (of the the Brickfields, Baker), at the time of his death, are hereby requested to deliver their Accounts to Mary Buck, widow of the deceased, on or before the 20th Instant, May,   that (if legal) they be discharged.   And all Persons indebted to the Estate of   the deceased are required to make payment to his said widow, on or prior to the above date.   NOTICE. ALL Persons who have any Claim against   ADAM CLINK are requested to apply   to Mr. CAMPBELL betwixt and Monday   next, the 2d. Proxo ; otherwise they will not   be attended to.   Sy...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 May 1803

NOW ON SALE, At the established Shop of Simeon Lord.   The Following Valuable and Extensive AS- SORMENT of APPROVED ARTI- CLES which will be disposed of at the most Reasonable and Reduced Prices:     SUPERFINE. Refine and common Cloth Ditto Coatings and Beavers   ditto Cassimeres and Kerseymeres   Muslinets, Dimities, and Marseilles Plain and ribb'd Velverets and Velveteens Corduroy and Thicksets   Printed Calicoes and Chintzes   Irish Linens, Sheetings, and Flannels     Russia Duck and Canvas Silk and Cotton Hose Worsted ditto Muslins Calimancoes, and Durants   Gilt, plated, and metal Buttons   Taylor's Trimmings Silk Fringe Norwich and Cotton Shawls Silk and cotton Handkerchiefs   Nankeens Fine and coarse Hats   Ladies and Gentlemen's Shoes Slop Cloathing ; An extensive assortment of China Glass and Earthen-ware Mechanick's Tools Stationary...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 May 1803

NOTICE As it appears that above Half the QUIT-   RENTS due to the Crown are yet un- paid, it is directed that Execution be issued on the Property of those who neglect the Ge- neral Orders on that head longer than the 1st of June next, when Expences will also be de- manded By Command of His EXCELLENCY, D.D. MANN Collector. COMMISSARY'S OFFICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that Slops will   not be disposed of to those who have   Convicts assigned them, until Payment is made in Wheat into His Majesty's stores, for the Suits they may be allowed to receive. No Single Articles of Slop Clothing will   be disposed of in future, as the Suits cannot be divided. The rate of Payment for each suit is as follows. (s. d.) A blue, green, or red Kersey Jacket, 13(s.) 6(d.) A Shirt or Frock - - - 4(s.) 9(d.) Hat - - 4(s.) 3(d.) A Pair of Shoes - - 6(s.) 8(d.)     2 Pair of Stockings - - - 2(s.) 10(d.)   A Pair of Trowsers - - 12(s.) 6(d.) Total 2(l.) 4(s.) 7(d.) The REMAINS of the INVESTMENTS...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of April, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing winds and weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 May 1803

State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of April, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing winds and weather. DAY | BAROMETER (inches+ 100th part)| THERMOMETER | WINDS| WEATHER Morn. | Noon. | Night                     1 | 30.06 | 74 | 00 | W S W | Cloudy | Fair | Fair 2 | 30.12 | 72 | 22 | S S W | fair | ditto | cloudy 3 | 30.19 | 71 | 52 | W by S | ditto | cloudy | fair 4 | 30.19 | 70 | 30 | V V | cloudy | ditto | ditto 5 | 30.19 | 71 | 37 | N W | fair | fair | ditto 6 | 30.11 | 71 | 45 | S W | ditto | ditto | ditto 7 | 30.47 | 72 | 45 | S S W | cloudy | cloudy | cloudy 8 | 29.48 | 72 | 22 | V V | fair | ditto | fair 9 | 29.50 | 68 | 00 | V V | ditto | fair | ditto 10 | 29.95 | 66 | 45 | V V | ditto | ditto | cloudy 11 | 30.07 | 66 | 22 | V V | ditto | ditto | fair 12 | 30.18 | 67 | 00 | V V | cloudy | cloudy | cloudy 13 | 3...

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