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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

To be Sold by Auction By Mr. LORD, At his Warehouse on Thursday next, at 12 precisely, The following Articles, viz. Large Looking glass plates   boots, razors, strops and cases,   pocket and oyster knives and fish hooks, silver hilted knives and forks   shears, ink stands, pins, and needles, silver watches, and gold rings and pins, men's wearing apparel, scarlet cloth and prints,   glass and tin ware, and twist buttons, perfumery and dressing combs, Good bills or copper coin taken in   Payment for the above on delivery. JUST ARRIVED       PER THE     SHIP ÆOLUS       OF AND FROM NEW YORK, THE Under-mentioned Articles, which are now open to Inspection and Sale:     viz. Leaf Tobacco in hbds   Rice in casks Prime Beef and Pork in barrels Mess Beef in half barrels   Am...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

DIED, On Friday, Mr. George Barrington, at Parra- matta.     PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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S Y D N E Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

SYDNEY           On Sunday last and on Christmas Day the ceremony of baptism was performed by the Rev. Mr. Marsden on two and twenty children at Sydney and Parramatta. On Sunday last one of that species of snake called the adder tail was killed by a Gentle- man after the reptile had made several dangerous evolutions. It was at first per- ceived half curled in a path way; and was just timely discerned to prevent a young woman from treading on it, at the almost certain hazard of her life. When approached it coiled and erected itself, as if about to spring ; but afterwards retreated within a thicket at the foot of a fence ; and the track being attentively noticed, an attendant of- fered himself to beat the bush; and start the game from cover. Irritated at the unfriend- ly scrutiny, the serpent darted at him, but very fortunately passing over his head, was assaulted and killed. Its length measured five feet, the tail break...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

SYDNEY GAZETTE.                     By the above arrival we receive accounts, mostly copied from London Papers, that are particularly interesting; and from Captain Mather we learn the very great probability of an existing rupture with Spain, and that Mr. FREER, the British Minister at the Court of Madrid, had returned to London.   A report prevailed at New York, that Lord NELSON had had the good fortune to fall in with an enemy's squadron in the Me- diterranean, which he defeated: but as this     is unconfirmed, we trust the next advices will effectually tend to the removal of doubt. The British Force is in possession of the valuable colony of Surinam.     The project of Invading Great Britain appears to be in a state of torpor ; though some of the Continental papers declare it to be still t...

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Remainder of Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

Remainder of Ship News.     Yesterday arrived the Governor King, Moody, a week from Elephant Bay, in   Bass's Straits, from whence a fortnight be- fore had sailed to cruise on the fishery, the south whaler Pandora's Pacquet, Buncker, from London, out about six months. His Majesty's ship Investigator yesterday   filled up her complement of hands, and now ready for sea. The Myrtle to sail immediately for the N. W. Coast of America. The Reource this day for King's-rown, with Ensign Draffin on board.

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

?cíate of the Baromrúr and 7hermoweier, taken in the fi...ade at 'Government Flotee, Sydney, . for .the Fortnight ccmbLcncing Sunday, Dec. 9. _J_ A* K 1) .1 ?.< fc* M ? ? boon h\u i > .> io lîU ' 2££* 30 92 hi ü 3° 6 , ^0 1 "ru 3° ' 29 I * 30 1 ' SO « Til 30 4 29 89 £Vï * 3¿> 6 50 ó bac 1 33 3 29 3 M ^£9 fi7 29 8<î ' Ta J /9 6i 29 «3 W- î( 29 »; ' 29 79 ri n J 79 ^7 F i.b 70 91 7.9 90 . z9c9l . 29 77 Su«' s<? 74. '¿9 73 h 1 h 4 a. fur à in g ' THERMOMETER » lND W fe A T H E R. i. li c, 30 17 3" ' 3° 99 3f l 29 9< 3' 3° 3" io 99 £3 ?2 7-9 9 z9 7' &9 73 ir, it ti 8 J 3° 9 7« 30 1 *7 29 97 73 3. 1 72 29 84 7J 3c 6 72 1 :9 93 73 29 7i/ 73 ?9 3 /6 Z9 79 73 29 91 72 29 9* <6 Z9 7V *7 ?-969 73 M I 12 11 ./ó I Ht 7* 73J-Jif 76 79 82 do *2 70 ,69 7Ç »s ? I 4 a* 72 ?6 72 76 72 72 76 79 76 73 '6 74 , 52 1 ÇJ 69 77 -1 7' 69 7« 72 73 74 7' 60 66 6» 76 i-hf 1 mu. l.v C ii » Jg/«i NP <<>ir cloudy fair ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

Secretary's Office, Jan 3   All those having Claims or Demands on         the following persons, are desired to present them forthwith to me at this Office, viz. John Burke Joshua Taylor       John Dowling John Lewis     Henry Barker Daniel Flaherty   Edward Warre. D. D. MANN, Clerk.               To be Sold by Auction BY MR. LORD. At his Warehouse in Sydney, on Saturday next, the 12th instant, at twelve o'clock, A Substantial and commodious Dwelling- house, with an excellent Garden containing two acres, fenced in with seven-feet   paling ; there are a number of very fine fruit trees, and the premises, which are constantly supplied with good water, known by the name of Warren's Gardens, near the   Brickfield Hill.   NOTICE. The ship Sophia ...

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Observations of the Thermometer, Winds, & Weather at Port Dalrymple—the dates exactly corresponding with those of Sydney ar they range. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

Observations of the Thermometer, Winds, & Weather at Port Dalrymple - the dater exactly corresponding with those of Sydney as they range.   THERMOMETER Winds. WEATHER [N.B. It is not possible to transcribe this data, as the relevant dates are on the Sydney chart. However, the whole page view allows the full width of the page to be read.]                                                                                     &a...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

SYDNEY GAZETTE.       -----------------<>-------------------             A New York paper of last July mentions that "Captain Masters, from the Mediter-     ranean, states that the French Toulon fleet was really out, and had been seen by the British fleet commanded by Lord Nelson,   who had not been able to bring them to ac- tion : that the former consisted of eight line     of battle ships, and the latter of only seven; and that the French professed the determina-     tion of their fleet to meet the British, after they had evaded them long enough to get them under good discipline : We think,   however, the British naval force in the Me-   diterranean much stronger than is here sta-ted."   As the Æolus did not leave New York before the beginning of August, there is much reason to hope the report of the fleets   having met being founded ; and if s...

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From New York Gazettes of July last. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

From New York Gazettes of July last. LONDON. An experiment was lately made by the Commanding Officer of one of the Volunteer Corps of Edinburgh (Lieutenant Colonel   Crichton) for the transporting of troops in an easy and expeditious manner from one part of the country to another. A machine, upon a very simple principle, has been con- structed, which, being fixed upon the carriage of a common post chaise, carries twelve or thirteen men, with their arms, accoutrements, ammunition and baggage. Nine officers, a   Sergeant, and two privates, set off from Edinburgh on Wednesday morning, at five o'clock, proceeded to Greenock in the carri-   age, marched three miles farther, and fired fifteen rounds of ball; marched back to Greenock, from whence the party returned in the carriage to Glasgow, which they reached before eight o'clock in the evening. Having performed a journey of 92 miles and fired 85 rounds, in less than 15 hours. The machine may be com...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

O N SALE     At the House of J. Driver, Chapel Row,   At the usual low Prices,   BEST Green and souchong teas     Sugar of excellent quality     Muslins from 5s. to 10s. per yard     Ladies and Gentlemen's stockings             Black and other ribbands 6d, to 1s, 6d per yard     English common prints and chintzes           Stuff,calimanco, and anranes ,               Bombazins for mourning dresses           Ladies handsome shawls, 5 to 30s each     Black mode cloaks from 3 to 5l each                Ladies' best modes and bo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

NOTICE.           WHEREAS several Warrants of Execu- cution, issued to the deceased Provost   Marshal from the Civil Court of Jurisdiction, and     from His Excellency the Governor in the         High Court of Appeal, have been found among     the Papers belonging to the late Provost Marshal.       Every Person is hereby required to pay the amount       of the respective Executions forthwith to me, or   to my Bailiff, William Evans, acting by my au- thority in default of which I shall be compelled     to take the regular method of recovering those Debts due on the said Executions.   G.BLAXCELL, Provost Marshal         Sydney ...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. " SIR,         " I have perused with pleasure your re-                     marks on the dangerous impropriety or ne-       lecting to furnish wells with coverings, by   which their contents would be protected   from impurity, and the accidental visitor     from danger.         " Summoned by business to the house of     a person with whose premises I had but a       slender acquaintance, I was handsomely   shewn into the kitchen as it was a conside-   able time after the sun had set, and there     was a light in ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

SYNDEY.               On Monday last the Children attending the several Schools in the town of Sydney, with their respective Teachers, made their an- nual appearance at Government House before His Excellency, by whom the Pupils were separately examined, and ordered a Present of Cloathing.— While such a mark of attention must naturally suggest to both the Parent and Preceptor that the Bri- tish Legislature is sincerely interested in the improvement of its Youth; it is to be hoped   a sense of duty to their Country, their Chil- dren, and their God, will prevent any relax- ation in the exertion necessary to the desirable attainment of a moral and religious educa- tion.   Last week a quantify of wheat in stack was destroyed on the farm of Dennis McCarthy, at Hawkesbury, owing to the stubble on adjacent grounds being fired before preparation had been made : the loss said t...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. Saturday, Dec. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. Saturday, Dec. 29.         John Waiker came before the Bench, and underwent a final examination, charged with an assault of a very heinous description on a child, committed within the district of Hawkesbury, from whence he was some time since committed to the county gaol.   The circumstances that appeared in the ac- cusation were such as could not fail of ex- citing universal contempt of a criminal, whose     offence precluded him from pity, and ranked   him with the most licentious, unfeeling, and depraved. After a very minute examination     of witnesses, all tending pointedly to estab- lish the charge, the prisoner advanced in his defence a number of prevarications, which went only to deny the matter of complaint, without support: : whereupon he was senten-   ced by the Court to receive 200 lashes, to...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

      SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday arrived the George, Stewart, from King's Island a week:—had been at the     Derwent, and reports the Settlement at   Hobart all well. Yesterday evening arrived His Majesty's   Colonial schooner Francis, in six days from Port Dalrymple. After an absence of 25 days, Lieutenant Governor Paterson, ac- companied by Ensign Piper and Mr. Mont-   garrett, had just returned to his camp in   Outer Cove, from examining the shores of the upper part of the harbour and river in the Lady Nelson, and had occasionally gone some distance into the interior. Many ex-   tensive tracks of land were found in different places, fit for every purpose of productive cultivation, and the most luxuriant pastu- rage with very few trees, except near the rise and summit of the hills—which will greatly lessen the cultivator's labour in clear ing the land. Fresh water is sufficiently abundant in most...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 January 1805

POSTSCRIPT.                   On Wednesday His Excellency made a visit to Parramatta, where a muster of     female Prisoners was held, and next day he returned to town.   By the recent arrivals from the south- ward we are informed that nine large ships were seen from King's Island and Kent's Group about the 28th of October last, and that they steered N.E. after they got into   the Pacific Ocean: From the described size   of the ships and other circumstances, there   is little doubt of their being a fleet of English India ships, bound to China by the Eastern Passage. We have the mortification to find that the Pandora's Packet, a south whaler, has been sealing in the Straits since October; at     which time she had been five months from England:- The Captain informed the Master     of the Governor King (whose arrival w...

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T[?] the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette..   Sir,         ** You may at pleasure insert, when you, can find a convenient corner, the following trifle, from a correspondent with whom few men are entirely unacquainted. I would have stiled it an Enigma, did not the bronze upon my countenance too evidently deny a   moment's concealment. I have a very   accomplished sister, who being admitted into     almost every company, is tolerably known     and courted : nay, you are in all probability   acquainted with her yourself, for she is by no means choice in her intimacies, and though she sometimes draws censure down upon her inseparable associated, yet she inspires the very arrows of invective levelled at herself: her name is Vanity ; and from my own signature I trust you will treat with becoming     deference whate...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

ON SALE At the House of J. Driver, Chapel Row, At the usual low Prices,   Best green and souchong teas Sugar of excellent quality muil) i norn 5s. io 1 ¿t>, ,)<st y ara Louies awú. vj'iiiem ja's ft ctemgs Üiacic aaa otaer^riooinas é <, to f s. 61i p¿r yard ling u ih common punts <mJ cain z'm -.tuft , caliíu^ncce-., «ina durants Bjaiu z^ us fur mourning öniTjs Ldics n^rrJiofiK ihuWJa, 5*. jj;> each bi ^k m ;ue ct. wK« m>m jlo tu 5t. tAcb Laü,e'b oeií ra ,a¿& «um uonaeis ot> different 'pat»» t ens lr.iii uaens from 3s to 55 6 ', per )ard Kj>jiiû C'iiCu/esan- ion¿ c1 £ 5 ] oiur^s, w-*dlv...ftLä, vT wiu-s, twr«adst T^s, fwnungs pius, axcûivs, ¿nd numbsrlefa otnci aruclet», NOW ON SALE At the Houfe of Oiuen Gurner, on t he Rocks, « Come - good Brazil Tobacco, and any > ^ Quantity oí excellent Maize, lhelled or 'in cub 5 witii either of whica ancicies the t parcliAier will be accommodated in me fmailefl ', piopoitions...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Dec. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

                                                                                      State of the and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney,   for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Dec. 23   DAY   Sunday to Saturday     Monday to Sunday   BAROMETER   8 morn Day, in, 100p Sun. 29, 69   M. 29, 79  Tu. 29, 93  W. 30, 14 Th. 30, 12 F. 30, 5 Sat. 30, 14 M. 30, 7 Tu. 29, 83   W. 30, 4 Th. 29, 87   F. 29, 70 Sat. 29, 95 Sun. 30, 4 BAROMETER 12 noon Day, in, 100p Sun. 29,...

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