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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804

COMMISSARY's OFFICE. Sept. 29, 1804. THE Stores at Hawkebury, Parramatta,   and Sydney remain open for the Receipt of Grain in Payment of Government Debts : It is expected that the whole of which will be liquidated as soon as Circumstances will al-   low ; and that those who are indebted to the   Store, and have Barley growing, do make Payment thereof as soon as their Crops are in,     for the purpose of continuing the Brewery. From those who are not indebted to the   Stores, and who are growing Barley, I shall     be ready to receive sealed Tenders for the low-     est Price, to be had before the GOVERNOR, on or before 10th Day of Next Month.   By Command of His Excellency,   J. PALMER, Commissary.     Notice is hereby given, that the Magis- trates at Sydney will on Saturday next,   the 15t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804

Advertisement. MR. THOMAS BIGGERS is under the ne-     cessity of repeating, that having been   embroiled in various vexatious Disputes with Persons resident in his Neighbourhood, occasioned by the Trespass of Stock, and the wanton De- struction made by Persons employed to cut the     growing Crops on the Farm of John Palmer, Esq. entrusted to his Charge, he hereby gives Notice, that he will pay a Reward of Ten Pounds to any Person giving information that will lead to a   Conviction of any such Offenders : And any Stock found trespassing hereafter will be seized     and dïsposed of in strict conformity with the GO- VERNOR's Orders on that head. Hawkesbury, Sept 12.   BOOKS MISSING. THE following BOOKS having been, lent, and no return made of them, It   is requested that anv Person in possession of them       or that can furnish any Information relative   ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensning week. Mon --55 m past 11 in the forenoon Tuesday--20 m past 12 in the morning   45 m past 12 at noon   Wednes--10 m past 1 in the morning 35 m past 1 in the afternoon   Thursda--2 in the morning 25 m past 2 in the afternoon   Friday----50 m past 2 in the morning 15 m past 3 in the afternoon Saturda--40 m past 3 in the morning   5 m past 4 in the afternoon Sunday---30 m past 4 in the morning 55 m. past 4 in the afternoon High Water at Parramatta 1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE.  

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804

S YD N E Y, On Wednesday the Embarkation of the Troops took place for the intended Settle-   ment at Port Dalrymple. The detachment consisted of Col. Paterson's Company, which was received on board His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson, off the Hospital Wharf, and taken down the harbour to the   Buffalo. The Commanding Officer and all the other Officers of the Corps attended at the wharf, which was crowded with specta- tor. The full Band continued martial airs until the vessel had got under weigh, which were only interrupted by reiterated peals of acclamation. On Sunday last Mr. Evans returned from surveying the branches of the river Hawkes- bury, in which he had been employed a fort- night. The extent traced was about 25 miles, the shallowness of the water not per-   mitting the boat's proceeding farther.   In many places the traits of inundation were very visible, to the extraordinary   height of 40 feet ; and thoug...

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State of the BaroTeter and Thermometer taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the last Fortnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

State of the Barometer and Thermometer,                            taken in the shade at Government       House, Sydney, for the last Fortnight.   DAYS.         Sun        Mo Tu     W     Th Fri     Sat     Sun     Mo     Tu W   Th   Fri     Sat     BAROMETER.    8 morning in. - 100 p 30 11   29 86 29 45 30 7 30 15 30 24   30 11 29 99 29 91 29 85   29 91   29 84   30 11 30 22   12 noon in. - 100 p 30 2     29 79 29 66     30 7 30 16 30 24 30 19 29 94 29 85   29 86 29 91 29 86   30 14 30 22   4 afternoon   in. - 100 p 29 95 29 79 29 72 3...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

Wanted to Purchase, A Few good Watch Glasses, 2½ inches in diameter.   Whoever may have such to dispose of will be liberally treated with by H. Lane, Watch maker, near the Commissary's Office. To Draughtsmen and others.       To be Disposed of, A Capital Case of Drawing Instruments ; which may be seen at No. 13, South   Row, Sydney. LOST,   A Promissory Note drawn by Thos. Jamieson, Esq. in favor of Mr.   CAMPBELL ; dated the 30th of August last, No. 13 for the sum of       Fifty-seven Pounds Twelve Shillings sterling. As the Bill is not negotiable for want of In-     dorsement, and Payment being stopped, it can be of no use to any Person : but should the same be presented for Negotiation, Mr. CAMPBELL re- quests immediate information may be given him; and the Informer will receive a REWARD of FIVE GUINEAS. Sydney, Sept. 28. NOTI...

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GENERAL ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

GENERAL ORDER. LIEUT. Col. Paterson being embarked,   the Command of the New South Wales   Corps devolves on Brevet Major Johnston. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Sydney, Oct. 14 1804.   His Excellency has been pleased, in consequence of some doubt favourable to the criminal under sentence of death for uttering a forgery, to grant an Extension of the     Royal Clemency ; in consequence whereof the respited offender remains a Convict for Life. The following lamentable circumstance occurred last week in the district of Hawkes- bury :-A fine boy, the eldest son of Mr.   John Howorth of that place, was employed in tending his father's stock ; and in the course of the unfortunate day alluded to was     bit in the left arm by a large black snake. Growing sick and faint soon after, the poor little fellow went home, to chill with horror the hearts of his afflicted ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

General Orders. THERE being much reason to believe that the Two Butchers Licensed to Kill and Vend Male Stock have combined with a very few Individuals to monopolize the Pur- chace of that Species, and the Sale of Fresh Meat, thereby defeating the Governor's Intention in the Proclamation of March 16, 1802, and General Order of August 3d, 1803, calculated to reduce the exorbitant Price of Animal Food ; To prevent too great a number of Males being killed ; And to ena- ble every Person rearing Stock to dispose of a Part thereof. His Excellency considering, that the great increaseof Male Stock, since March     1802, throughout these Settlements, requires the Price of Animal food being reduced in proportion thereto; and any Combination or Monopoly, either on the part of the Stock- holders or the Butchers, being counteracted, Inasrnuch, as it evidently tends to distress the     middling and small Farmers, and to Oppress   th...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

SYDNEY.     On Sunday last HIS EXCELLENCY went on board His Majesty's ship Buffalo, and took a Master of the ship's company, prepa-   ratory to her sailing for Port Dalrymple :— On going on board and returning was salu-     ted with Fifteen Guns. The heavy damage do to many parts of     the roads in, and about Sydney by the late     heavy weather has scarcely ever before been witnessed. They were rendered in many   places impassable to carriages of any descrip- tion ; and the bridge at the bottom of Pitt's Row, which consisted of a strong brick arch,         extending diagonally across the street, sup- ported on either side by maffy timber, was totally washed down. Many repairs, have been already made, however, by the town gangs.   A large stone building, erected by Mr. I. Nicholls, near the...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

        To be Sold by Public Auction   By Mr. Simeon Lord. At the Green Hills, Hawkesbury, on Monday the 15th instant, (to-morrow), at twelve at noon.   EIGHT fine RAMS of the Spanish and English breed : six of which are young,   and have not yet been turned into a Flock. WANTED         A Person capable of taking the Command of the Endeavour Schooner, now in   Bass's Straits, expected at Sydney in the course     of a Fortnight. Apply to Messrs, Kable and Underwood for Particulars. Immediate application would be peculiarly consequential, the Vessel being intended to sail again shortly after she arrives. NOTICE     WHEREAS John Beirstead (a Dutchman) who was advertised some time ago, late a Servant oí mine, has not yet been apprehend- ed, and has frequently been seen at and about ...

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EVIL HABITS.-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

EVIL HABITS.-Continued. Although with every pupil the same suc-   cess cannot reasonably be hoped for, since Nature has herself permitted a thousand stages of capacity, yet strict attention may always diminsh and sometimes even totally subdue   a natural impediment. There is one how-   ever, that cannot posssibly be surmounted, and is no less difficult to be concealed; but as it is existent only in the mind, and is constitu- tionally dependent on it as a part of its very form, no power inferior to that of its Creator can produce any great effect upon it—and this is what we usually denominate feeling : Foremost among the essentials, yet by few consulted in the ordinary routine of tuition, a sensible and rich capacity remains unno- ticed, until by accident a single spark per- haps discovers it. The want of feeling may sometimes be attributed to a reader, when very possibly ignorance of the terms before him may be the cause of impropriety. Unacqua...

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VACCINATION. From a London Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

    VACCINATION,   From a London Paper, Dr. Carro, of Vienna, has lately received accounts from two eminent surgeons, M. Aubon and M. Lafont, the one residing at Constantinople, the other at Salonichi, and neither of whom had any communication with each other, stating their having disco- vered, by repeated experiments, that the Cow Pock was an effectual preservative against the Plague. Out of 600 persons who were inoculated at Constantinople, not one was infected with that dreadful distemper; and     even infants, after having been inoculated, were suffered to suck at the breasts of their mothers, who had the plague, but did not take it: it also appeared, that those persons   employed in milking cows in the villages around Constantinople, and who received the   Vaccine matter, never caught the plague,   though it raged never so much around   them.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

SHIP NEWS. His Majesty's ship Buffalo and her little squadron will put to sea as soon as there is a wind. The Governor King is intended to sail on Monday or Tuesday for King's Island. On Sunday last sailed for Norfolk Island   and Canton, the Experiment: she was joined   when clear of the Heads by the Ocean, to go in company. Sailed on Wednesday the Pilgrim schoo- ner for Bass's Straits.   Yesterday sen'night came in from King's   Town the William and Mary, and on Mon- day the Bee with 19 tons of excellent coal.   On Wednesday sailed the Resource for King's Town, with Provisions for the Set- tlement, and Doctor Brown, Passenger. WHEREAS, Early on the Morning of the 1st Instant some Per-   son or Persons broke through the Wall of   my Store-room, by which means he or they   made a way into the Shop, and STOLE therefrom the undermentioned Articles, viz, 20 yards of cross-barr'd fine muslin 10 ditto coarse ditto 10 ditto clouded strip'd ditto, yar...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

          POSTSCRIPT.       At seven this morning His Honor Lieut. Governor Paterson embarked from the Government Wharf, to proceed to his Com- mand of the intended Establishment at Port   Dalrymple; and was accompanied by His   Excellency, Captain Kent, and Ladies. As soon as the Company had taken water a Salute of eleven guns was fired from the battery; the Band of the New South Wales     Corps received their Commander with 'God   Save the King', and took their leave of him with 'Rule Britannia.' The Military and   Association were assembled on the Wharfs, and with reiterated chears, in which the populace seemed heartily to join, paid every becoming attention and respect due to the rank and amiable character of a worthy   Officer. On Lieut. Governor Paterson's     Embarking on board the Buffalo, he was...

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GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE SMALL POX, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 October 1804

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS   ON THE     SMALLPOX,   BY THOMAS JAMISON, ESQ. PRINCIPAL SURGEON.   AN erroneous opinion in relation to the Small Pox, being generally received,         and an inference, deduced therefrom, equally       fallacious with the principle upon which it is founded, I conceive it a duty incumbent on me, as Principal Surgeon of this Colony     to remove prepossetions which, if adhered to       must be productive of the most calamitous   consequences to the Rising Generation of   these Colonies. First, it is conceived by a number of pa-   rents and others, having the care of chil- dren, that they have had the small pox in a   natural way; and secondly, that little dan-     ge...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 October 1804

General Orders. Major Johnston is sworn in, and appointed to act as a Magistrate for the County of Cumberland. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec, Sydney, Oct. 15, 1804.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 October 1804

        Wanted to Purchase,     A Few good Watch Glasses, 2 ½ inches in diameter.       Whoever may have such to dispose of will be liberally treated with by H. Lane, Watch maker, near the Commissary's Office. To Draughtsmen and others. To be Disposed of, A Capital Cafe of Drawing Instruments;   which may be seen at No, 13, South   Row, Sydney. To Shepherds, Stockmen, and Wood Rangers. ON Sunday the 30th of September, three Ewes, one Wether, and one brown male Lamb, were LOST from Castle Hill. The     Ewes are of the Spanish breed, have fine wool,       and are marked on the right ear. Whoever will bring the said sheep to M Ma-           son, at Penruddock Farm, on the Banks of the South Creek, will receive a Rewar...

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LOSS of the SPEEDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 October 1804

                  LOSS of the SPEEDWELL. We mention with regret the probable total   loss of the Speedwell Hawkesbury vessel, be- longing to J. Grono, whose large family renders the circumstance the more afflicting, should the fates confirm the apprehension of her being irrecoverable. On Sunday last she struck in a creek near to Mount Elliot, and was afterwards left dry : every exertion joined to the assistance promptly afforded by the Edwin, whose people witnessed the dis- tressing spectacle, proving abortive, she was necessarily abandoned by the owner, with a design of procuring at Hawkesbury such other aid as the slight glimpse of remaining hope, and the necesary duty of exertion should point out.—The very humane, friendly, and precautionary conduct of an ancient native whose residence is chiefly upon Mullet Island   would reflect the high...

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The LADY BARLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 October 1804

The LADY BARLOW. In a dreadful thunder storm from the south-west, at about half past one o'clock On Tuesday afternoon, we are extremely concerned to state, that the above very fine     vessel was overset. and sunk at the King's outer Moorings, lying in five fathom and a half water ; happily only one of her people, a lascar, was lost. It was considered, as the dreadful accident immediately succeeded a remarkable vivid   flash of lightning, that it had struck and penetrated thro' the vessel's hull ; and what gave the greatest strength to this common conjecture was, the accident which about two years since befel the Atlas at no great   distance from the identical spot. Assurance was immediately rendered, as well from the shore as from the vessels in the port. His Excellency went off in a whale boat, and tendered to the Captain every possible aid. Captain Farrell, of the Fair American, had already hove a-breast of the ship, then lying ...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 October 1804

          POSTSCRIPT.                                         On Friday afternoon HIS EXCELLENCY took water for Parramatta ; and returned to town yesterday evening.           The unfortunate accident that happened to the Lady Barlow was chiefly owing to the sudden change of wind : the direction it blew from at first forced the ship between     the two mooring chains, which so girded       her that she could not quickly veer to the     wind ; and before the chains could be wore away she heeled so very considerab...

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