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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 November 1804

SYDNEY. At six on Wednesday evening His Ex- cellency the Governor returned from an Excursion to Parramatta and Hawkes- bury. It is at length in the contemplation of several spirited individuals to open a safe and commodious passage, in as direct a line as circumstances will permit, from the high street to the most central part of the Rocks. For the accomplishment of so laudable a purpose no situation appears more eligible, or likely to be attended with less labour and expence (if actually taken in hand), than the line extending across the lower part of Mr. Kable's garden ground, which he had previously determined to convert into a car-       riage road as far as his own stabling. The imminent danger and extreme fatigue that has hitherto attended the labour of exploring the cra.k and slippery avenues which at present afford the only comunication with this exalted region, must with the completion of the measure disappear ; and as the gene- rality...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 November 1804

General Orders.     WHEREAS, not withstanding the Procla- mation issued on the 9th of April,       1802, requiring those possessed of Land granted from the Crown to avail themselves   of the Directions then given to the Surveyor General, to re-trace the Boundary Lines,       agreeable to the Desciption contained in the Register of the Grants of those who might       be in doubt respecting their Limits, as well as for pointing out the Roads by which the Possessors have access to the different Set- tlements and to Water, either for their do- mestic purposes, or to the sides of the nearest navigable Creek, Banks of the Harbour, Rivers, etc. And as that Notice was only in a few instances attended to, and Litiga- tions respecting Land having occurred from that Neglect, the Surveyor is directed, on   application, to re-tra...

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State of the BaroTeter and Thermometer taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing u Snday, Oct. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 November 1804

State of the Barometer and Thermometer,               taken in the shade at Government House,   Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Oct. 15. DAYS    Sun M Tu W   Th Fri   Sat Sun M Tu W Th Fri Sat                   BAROMETER   8 morn. in — 100p 30 23     30 17 30 9 29 91 29 70 29 79 29 90 29 69 29 87 29 97 29 63 29 51 29 86 29 61 12 noon in — 100p 30 23 30 17 30 8 29 92 29 62 29 83 29 95 29 57 29 89   29 94   29 57 29 55   29 86 29 34 4 after. in — 100p 30 22 30 11 30 6   29 82 29 59 29 89 29 87 29 57 29 87   29 86 29 44   29 59 29 86 29 75 8 night in — 100p 30 23 30 11 30 4 29 82 29 63 29 94 29 84   29 ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 November 1804

                  Secretary's Office, Nov. 2, 1104. ALL Claims or Demands on the Persons   herein undernamed are requested to be   immediately presented to me at this Office, viz. Joseph Phillips | Patrick Mulryan Gilbert Grant | Thomas Gordon William Morton | William Jackson D.D. MANN, Clerk. SALE by AUCTION.   To be SOLD by Public Vendue, On Friday Next, at One o'Clock, AT MR. CAMPBELL'S STOREHOUSES, (On Account of the Underwriters or Others, interested in the Ship LADY BARLOW, and CARGO), A Quantity of Damaged Casks and Oil,   Rice, Canvas, and other Stores, &c.   SIMEON LORD, Auctioneer. Sydney, Nov: 3. NOTICE,           The Commander of the Ship Union being in distress for Men to proceed on his   destined voyage, a...

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INTERESTING PARTICULARS Relative to Captain Mellon, of the Ship PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 November 1804

INTERESTING PARTICULARS Relative to Captain Mellon, of the Ship   PORTLAND. (Communicated by a Gentleman). Captain Mellon sailed from Manilla about the latter end of April, 1800, in a brig belong- ing to Mr. John Stewart Kerr, American Consul at Manilla; His instructions were, to   dispose of the cargo, and purchase in return such commodities as were adapted to the   Manilla market, having a Letter of credit to an amount of twenty thousand dollars the better to enable him to load the vessel. On his arrival at Batavia he sold the cargo, and contrary to his instructions, the brig   also; by letter informing Mr. Kerr of the tran-   saction; and of his having purchased a Ship   about 400 tons burthen called the Portland:   but requesting not to be expected at Manilla before he should actually return. The letter of credit he likewise made use of; and this was afterwards presented to, and necessaril...

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FROM the INDIA PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

FROM the INDIA PAPERS. At the requst of the Commandant of the River Fencibles, made to the Colonel of the Hon. Artilliery Company, about 400 of the corps, lately marched to Blackwall by eight o'clock in the morning where a number of gun boats were provided, furnished with can- non of a large calibre, there to mark a variety of experimental evolutions, of emarking and disembarking, under cover of gun boats.   The whole included a shamfight, and the re- presentation of every mode of defence and attack peculiar to this kind of warfare.

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Anticipation—A 'Jeu d'Esprit. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

Anticipation-A feu d'Esprit.       "See, DAPHNE, the Fly you just banish'd   your lip, " Unable t'encounter your scorn,     " Repents of his rashly presuming to sip   " At the Fountain celestial which Rubies   adorn. " Then since a poor insect's provok'd by despair   " To tempt of yon taper the blaze, " What fate must a Lover like Corydon share,   " If cruel Contempt still his passion repays?"       ' Be patient, she said~with sweet innocence smil'd, Her cheek with fresh roses o'erspread : ' Tho' the fluttering INSECT be scorn'd and     revil'd, ' Yet Worth, Wit, and Honor have nothing   to dread.'

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

ACCIDENTS. On Friday a fine and beautiful boy, about six years of age, had nearly lost his life in the following dreadful manner :—A girl ta- king a pistol in her hand, crammed many   slips of rag upon a charge of powder which   fortunately happened to be slight, and after repeatedly snapping it, held it negligently near the face of the infant, and once more drawing the trigger, it accidentally went off,   and a prodigious effusion of blood immedi- ately followed the explosion. To depicture or attempt to paint the feelings of a fond and tender mother on so critical, so trying an emergency, would be to wrest from sensibi- lity the dearest charm, and mock the parent's transport with a puny semblance of ordinary grief. Prompt medical assistance, happy we   are to say, rendered mortality no longer ap- prehensive ; and we are even happier to state that the whole effect of so dreadful a disaster is likely to be attended with no fatal, or...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

      SHIP NEWS. The American ships Fair American and   Union both dropped down, and are expected to sail this day.     Boats. — Came in on Monday with grain from Hawkesbury, the Edwin and Hawkes- bury ; and on Thursday the Argument and Charlotte.     Came in on Tuesday from Hunter's River freighted in cedar, the Bee, Miller. — The William and Mary sailed in company from King's Town, but encountering a heavy squall from the S. E. started her butt end, and was obliged to put back very leaky. Sailed for Hawkesbury, on Friday the Ed- Edwin ; the Hawkesbury, Argument, and   William to sail this day should the wind permit.   Sailed on Tuesday the Nancy, Thomp- son, for Bass's Straits.   In consequence of a search warrant, issued on Friday, against persons of indolent or sus- pected character, a number of persons were apprehended, and such of whom as could not ...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, NOV. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, NOV. 3. JOHN LOVELL, apprehended on vehement   suspicion of stealing the windows out of a house, was brought forward for examination, when among numerous petty charges was     one exhibited by Thomas Legg of having     stolen from his dwelling house sundry arti- cles of wearing apparel, found in the prison- er's possession; for which offence he was   sentenced to receive a corporal punishment. The facts relative to the glazed sashes was       part substantiated by the evidence of a car- penter in his own neighbourhood, to whom he had slightly hinted his having taken a few sashes in payment of work, of which he was desirous to rid himself at a moderate price;—     but the other, not easy to be persuaded that a craftsman of the very humble order of St.     Crispin should be required to r...

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VACCINATION. EXTRACT OF A LETTER, Received by Dr. Jenner, from M. De Carro, an eminent Physician at Constantinople. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

VACCINATION. EXTRACT OF A LETTER, Received by Dr. Fenner, from M. De Carro, an eminent Physician at Constanti- nople.   "Of 6000 vaccinated at Constantinople,   not one has taken the plague. "That infants previously vaccinated have   sucked without injury the milk of nurses in-   fected with the plague. "That an Italian Physician, Dr. Valli,   who went to Constantinople to study the plague, was so persuaded of the truth of the new discovery, that, upon the sole security of having been vaccinated, he shut himself up in a Lazarateo, and had, with people attack- ed with carbuncles and bubos, various modes of contract, without any effect. "That the same Dr. Valli inserted into   his own hand a mixture of various and pesti- lential virus, and having felt no effect from that trial, he meant the following week to insert pestilential virus alone. "That Dr. Auban, having been inform-   ed that in some ...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette.   " SIR, " Humanity instructs me to request that you will notice publicly the heedless custom   of throwing into the streets pieces of broken glass, which, it is not impossible, may dan- gerously maim, or perhaps totally cripple some person or other whose soles are unpro- tected from the brittle danger. Repeated accidents that have come within my obser- vation provoke me to think harshly of those who thus endanger perhaps the very life of a fellow creature from a want of consideration which must be allowed to indicate a want of common feeling : but as I verily believe the latter to be the greatest of all human ills, I am seldom much surprised, though agita- ted I confess myself, at the evils created to others by thoughtless inadvertency, merely because they are not likely to be prejudicial   to ourselves, " Rest assured, Mr. Printer, that I can- not regard with indifference the minutest causes of accident, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

LOST,       Near the Hospital Wharf last Monday,   A Promissory Note of Thos. Jamison, Esq. the amount £3 18   Whoever may have found the same is re- quested to return it to Edward Wills, when a Reward of Ten shillings will be paid. It is not negociable, as payment is stopped.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

His Majesty's Service. WANTED,     A Numher of healthy, active SEAMEN, to serve on board HIS MAJESTY'S       SHIP INVETIGATOR,   Commanded by Lieutenant John Hous-   toun.   Men of good character able and willing to serve on board the said Ship are to apply to the Commander without delay. Two Months Advance will be paid when the Ship is ready for Sea.     TO BE LET, For any term of years that shall be agreed on, Three capital Farms on the Banks of the Rive Hawkesbury, remarkable for   their superior excellence and preferable situ- ation to most Farms on the banks of that River ; and known by the names of Bond's, Owen's, and Cunningham's Farms. Sealed tenders will be received by Mr. Williamson, at Parramatta ; and the names   of Perfons making such tenders concealed if required. The Rent of the Premises will be received in the fol...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

General Orders. His Excellency the Governor having been informed that some of the Settlers     in the district of Hawkesbury are reaping their Barley before it is ripe with a view of putting   the same into the Store, which will evident-   ly defeat the intention of supplying the Inha-   bitants with Beer, as Malt cannot be made from Barley thus reaped; It is therefore order-     ed that no Barley be received into the store, without a sample has been first approved of   by the Superintendant of the Brewery at Par-     ramatta ; and in case the quantity turned in should not appear equal in quality to the Sample, or that it does not vegetate when   Malted, One half of such Barley will be for-   feited for the imposition.   Samples sent to Thos. Ruston at the brew-     ery, Parramatta, will be forwarded to the &...

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Felony. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

Felony     WHEREAS about the latter end of Octo- ber last, the several Persons herein   under named, then under a regular contract to the Firm of Kable and Underwood, to serve in their employ in or upon any of the   Islands reforted to in Bass's Straits, did of their own accord, and without the permission and consent of the said Copartners, or any person in their behalf, unlawfully abscond and desert from the service of their said Em- ployers, by entering and engaging themselves     on board an American ship called the Perse -   feverance, said to be fitted out from New York, and commanded by - DELNO.   And whereas they, the Persons herein under named as aforesaid, did FELONI- OUSLY steal, take, and carry away, or cause to be stolen, taken, and carried away from a a certain place known by the name of Cape Barren, One Suit of Sails and Rigging belonging to a Boat ; and   A Quantity of Tackling and other Implements &...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

SYDNEY.         How grateful to sensibility it is, to witness with the approach to maturity of our Colonial youth, the accompanying promise of an   asylum, reared by the arts within the limits of their native hemisphere! Here imagination,   tired with its wanderings in the maze of an- xious doubt, perches delighted on the   welcome theme, and hails the Guardian     Power that bids the prospect rise. The inclination to train the juvenile orders of society in laudable pursuits beggars       encomium,and claims the wreath of universal acquiescence. The intention signified by Messrs. Kable and Underwood of receiving under their   protection a number of Boys of different ages will, it may be hoped, as it is designed to promote industry, and secure youth fron fatal indolence, be considered an example worthy   ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

MARRIED, At St. John's Church, Parramatta, Mr. Roger Twyfield to Miss Blady.     PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

NOTICE. THE Settlers at the Hawkesbury who have not settled their Accounts with Mr.   CAMPBELL by Promissory Note, are reques- ted to meet him at Mr. PALMER'S, Hawkes-     bury, on Friday morning, the 23d Current, that they may examine their respective Ac-   counts previous to Mr. Campbell's Departure   from the Colony.     Sydney, Nov. 22, 1804. Mr. Campbell requests, that those who are indebted to his Concern will be so obli- ging as discharge their Accounts on or be- fore the 1st proximo. APPRENTICES.               Ten Boys, from 10 to 14 years of age, will be received by Messrs. Kable and Under- wood, as Apprentices, those above fourteen to the business of shipwright, and those under   to go to sea. --- To be Articled, according. to their ages, for a term of three, five or  ...

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FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 November 1804

FIRES. The numerous ravages made in former years among the crops, owing t0 the care- lessness of persons in carrying lighted Pipes or Fire brands through the brush, must, im- press every one with a becoming sense of a species of impropriety, dangerous in the ex- treme, not only to the interests of individuals whose property may be thus destroyed, but to the common welfare of all Society. The first instance that has appeared du- ring the present season is that of a Conflagra- tion which burst out on Tuesday morning last at Lane Cove, by which we are very sor- ry to state the loss sustained by Mr. Wilshire of between 16 and 17 acres of standing wheat   totally consumed. In the course of the same day the fire extended itself along the whole campaign as far down the harbour as the North Point, embracing a distance of eight   miles.     The whole of Tuesday night the face of the country was covered with detached fires,   wh...

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