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

ACCIDENTS,             A shocking accident happened a few days since at Richmond Hill, to Mr. Faithful, settler at that place, the consequences of which it is apprehended, will be fatal to him. In examining one of his ricks from which the end of a pitchfork projected, it unfortu- nately escaped his notice, and he fell upon it, the prongs entering the lower part of the belly, and passing upwards through his right side.       The buildings of—Lane, a settler at   Hawkesbury, were last week destroyed by fire which communicating with his wheat from some contiguous ground that was at the time burning off. Of his grain a small stack only remains ; and in the dwelling-house was consumed every article of wearing apparel, together with the whole of its other contents.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. Tuesday, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. Tuesday, Jan. 8.     Elizabeth Leonard, or Kellyhorn, stood ac- cused by John Curran, a settler at Kissing Point with whom the co-habited, with taking advantage or necessary absence from his town house, in the interval to make away with every movable ; in consequence of which he resolutely determined to rid the premises of so unprofitable a fixture and therefore made the complaint. The conduct of the prisoner had been such as to debar her totally from excuse : the complainant depended for a subsistence upon his manual labour, and she had long partook   the fruits of his industry ; yet in the mo- ment of intemperance had endeavoured to heap embarrassment on him, and stake the comforts she herself enjoyed. The only consolatory reflection that re- mained to the unfortunate object was, and poor indeed was this, that her offence was not without unnumbered parallels ; that she had adopted a vicious ...

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

General Orders.     THE Harvest being safely got in, it is ex     pected that those indebted to the Stores   do make every exertion to pay their Debts, by delivering Wheat or Barley into the Stores at Sydney, Hawkesbury, and Parra- matta. Those who have been indebted prior to the 1st of January, 1803, will be allowed   Eight Shillings per Bushel for Wheat; and   to those become indebted since that period the following Prices will be allowed:   Wheat Seven shillings and sixpence a Bushel at Sydney and Parramatta; and Seven       Shillings at Hawkesbury.   By Command of His Evcellency   G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec.   Goverment-House. Sydney; Dec, 16, 1804. Court of Criminal Jurisdiction will assemble at Sydney on Tuesday next, at   ten o'clock in the forenoon. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blax...

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

        Secretary's Office, Jan. 13, 1805. ALL those having Claims or Demands on the following persons are required to   present the same to me without delay at this Office. William Smith William Heath Thomas Minchen Thomas Edwards Henry Bloom James Everett   Samuel Meredith Owen Shannon Mr. Kelly Thomas Broughton John Warren Richard Edwards John D seuth Thomas Hall Hugh M'Raby Bart M'Mahon Robert M'Allister   Mr. Jones. D D. MANN, Clerk. To be Sold by Auction BY MR. LORD, At his Warehouse in Sydney, on Monday the 21st instant (postponed from Saturday       the 12th instant), at 12 o'clock, A Substantial and coommodious Dwelling- house, with an excellent Garden, con-   taining two acres, fenced in with seven feet paling ; there are a number of very fine fruit   trees and the premises, winch are constantly supplied with good water...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensning week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. Monday---25 m past 10 in the morning   50 m past 10 at night Tuesday—15 m past 11 in the morning 40 m past 11 at night Wednesda—5 m past 12 at noon     Thursday—30 m past 12 in the morning 55 m past 12 at noon Friday—20 m past 1 in the afternoon 45 m past 1 in the afternoon   Saturday—10 m past 2 in the morning     35 m past 2 in the afternoon   Sunday—3 in the morning   25 m past 3 in the afternoon 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 — 13 January 1805

SYDNEY.           By accounts brought by the Resource from King's Town, we are sorry to learn that by one or two persons of restless and abandoned character, several others had been persuaded to elope from the settlement, and   rashly commit themselves to the insurmoun- table dangers of the woods. It very fortu- nately happened, however, that their flight was little more than momentary : for imme- diate information being rendered to the Com- mandant, a party of the Military was dis-       patched in pursuit of the fugitives, accom- panied by several natives, whose superior connoissance in traversing the wild very soon     brought the research to a conclusion, and   snatched the rash adventurers from further   peril. We are sorry to annex, that among the number was Field, who some time ago accompanied Johnson in his f...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday sailed His Majesty's armed vessel Investigator for Norfolk Island, to return with a part of the Civil and Military Establishment and prisoners stationed on that island. The Sophia is expected to sail in the course of to-morrow for Hobart Town,   for which settlement thirty female prisoners were this day embarked on board her; she   goes to King's Island for a cargo of oil   previous to her return to this port. The AEolus will sail about the middle of the week for Canton.   The Lady Barlow ready for sea, and shortly to take her departure for Europe. Boats. - On Monday arrived the Surprise       and Argument with cedar and coals from King's Town; from whence the Hawkesbury   sailed ten days since, supposed to have   proceeded to the settlement whose name she bears. On Wednesday sailed the Charlotte, and on Friday the Argument, for their return to Hawkesbury; and the Surprise is this day...

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NATIVE AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 January 1805

NATIVE AMUSEMENTS.    How would the pen of that great bard who sung the prowers of embattled Greeks upon Scamander's banks, recount the exploits of an artless band, whose dark exterior barely marks the cloud that dwells within, and scarcely leaves perceptible one human fea-   ture: except in manly courage.—Here Dio- mede, on either side appear, to hurl the wasted vengeance to and fro' without or brazen helmet or cuirass, or aught beside to turn the thirsty point. Save only the spare buckler, of uncouth workmanship, adorned perhaps with streaks of red or white.       On Wednesday night the festival was given, in celebration of the approaching games ; and as toe ancient Bennelong was to withstand the torrent of revenge, a number of persons of the first respectability were present at the spectacle. At 10 next day the champions were inlisted,   and attended by his partisans the unclad   warrior ru...

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HOP PLANTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

HOP PLANTATION.         We are extremely thankful to the Gen-   tleman who favours us with the following transcript of a valuble dissertation on the   culture of the hop in Great Britain ; as by   due attention to the difference of situation, and consequently of season, we hope it may become useful to persons who incline to the experiment of rearing the valuable plant in this colony. " A rich, deep, mellow, dry soil, rather inclining to sand than clay, is, in general,   best adapted to the cultivation of hops; but a   black garden mould is excellent for this pur- pose ; stiff clays, spewy lands, such as are apt to be overflown by floods, hard gravels, stony grounds, very sandy ones and such as are not at least a foot and a half deep are altogether improper for hops.   The best situation for hop-grounds is   such as inclines to the sought, or ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

SYDNEY       The Sale by Auction at the Brush Farm took place on Monday last, in conformity to advertisement ; when the farm itfelf was knocked down to Mr. Lord at £546. The few articles of stock remaining were in general sold cheap ; two lots of 10 fat wethers each went at £20 a lot ; the price afterwards declining to £15 and £15 for similar purchases. Among the books, Chambers' Cyclopaedia in 4 vols, folio with plates sold for, 6l. 13s. Blackstone's Commentaries, 4 vols, with a book of Notes at 2l. 13s. Persons who deposit grain in the charge of boatmen to be conveyed to Sydney, by their neglect of intimating it by note to those for whom it be designed, furnish every chance to trick and artifice with which some of the profession are tolerably gifted. One of these   people had lately the consummate assurance to announce the circumstance of his having had   a certain quantity of wheat for an individual ; but did not om...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

SHIP NEWS       On Sunday evening last arrived His Majesty's colonial cutter Integrity, returned   from a survey to the westward of Port Dalrymple, on which service Lieut. Robbins,   accompanied by Mr. Oxley, of His Majesty's ship Buffalo, was employed.   On Wednesday sailed the Sophia for the Town of Hobart on the River Derwent;   but put back into Botany Bay the day   following rather leaky.               As carpenters were immediately sent from         hence, the leak, which appearing from report   to have been very near the water's edge,     was soon stopped, and it is supposed the vessel   will this day resume her voyage. On Thursday the Lady Barlow went out     of the Cove, saluting ...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

EXAMINATIONS     BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES.   SATURDAY, JAN. 19. James McCardle and John Macklin were     convicted on a charge of repeated indolence and threats to their overseer, and neglect of work; for which they were sentenced a   corporal punishment. William Ravenah, a prisoner that had     frequently absconded from public labour and taken to the woods, was ordered to work in irons in the gaol gang. Andrew Tooling, William Garrett, and     Rd. Shrimpton, on a charge of obtaining permits for the issue of spirits by fraudulently making use of the names of other persons, were committed to the gaol gang.   Yesterday a woman was committed to gaol, and now remains for examination, on suspicion of stealing privately out of the house E. Wills, sundry articles of merchandise;— and to enhance the malignity of the offence,   the suspecte...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. [?]he Tomb. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

    ORIGINAL POETRY.           The Tomb.     When blossoms sip the pearly dew, And solar beams no more descend, Then MYRA seeks the lonely Yew That o'er yon Church-yard does impend. The trembling rill doth witness bear To plaintive sentences of woe, Till swollen high with many a tear, Its pebbled windings overflow, Kind Zephyrs in her transports snare; And lest their pitying ardour fail, The woe-lorn Nymph and Queen of Care With fervent signs renews the gale. "All happiness from earth is flown,"   She said, "for Edward is no more:" Then on the green sod laid her down, Death's genial balsam to implore. Lo! Edward beck'ning from the Tomb,   Before the constant Mourner stands:    In extacy she cries "I come !"   Extended were her willing hands. The gilded dart could but unite Two souls that sever'd were by Death : --- R...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

DIED On Sunday last, at Sydney, much lament-   ed, Mr. WEBB, formerly of South Carolina. 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 — 20 January 1805

Friday last being the Anniversary of Her Majesty's Birth, the   usual Salutes and other observ-       ances took place in celebration of the Day. Judge Advocate's Office, Jan. 19, 1805. Whereas by the General Order of the 11th of August last, the Bounds of the     different Commons notified therein were de-     signed; and His Excellency having been pleased to direct the necessary Instruments   for that purpose to be prepared, and the Seal of the Territory to be attached thereto, in the Names of the following Persons as Residentary Trustees, viz. Nelson Common, Andrew Thompson Thomas Biggers         Thomas Tyler.   Phillip Common.   Matthew Lock Edward Robinson Henry Baldwin   Richmond Hill Common. John Ryan John Bowman       Andrew Thompson &nb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 January 1805

SALE by AUCTION. TO be SOLD by AUCTION, BY MR. LORD. At this Warehoase in Sydney, on Monday (Tomorrow), the 21st of January inst. at 12 o'clock,   A Valuable and desirable Farm, containing 25 acres, lying and situate in the District   of Liberty Plains, and bounded on the east by Shortland's Farm, and on the west by Duck   River; the property of CAPTAIN WATERHOUSE. In point of situarion it cannot be excelled ; and the purchase is peculiarly worthy the atten- tion of persons who may be in the habit of providing spars of all dimensions, with which the standing timber abounds. N. B. All persons are prohibited cutting spar or timber of any kind on the above grounds, as such as offend therein will be prosecuted. N O T I C E.   Lost last week, a 10£ Bill of JOHN PALMER   Esq, drawn in favor of Matthew     Kearns, dated March 1803. It is a printed bill very dirty, pasted together with a piece of paper on the back.- Whoever wi...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

General Orders.       THE Debts due to the Public     stores by Individuals, for articles         they have been accommodated     with from the Annual and Extra     Supplies, amounting to a considerable sum; and as there are many who shew little incli- nation to prepare their Wheat for liquida- ting their Debts, some of which were con- tracted five years ago, and the rest more     recently, payment of which has not hi- therto been enforced, under the promise and faith or those Debts being paid by Wheat into His Majesty's Stores, at the different     Settlements during the present Quarter, which the last favorable harvest will amply allow of. Those indebted as above are hereby re- quired to make good their respective Pay- ments during the present Quarter : In fai- lure of which, ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

SYDNEY. Yesterday forenoon His Excellency set out for Parramatta, and returned to town in the evening. In consequence of an Error last Sunday in describing the latitude of Cape Albany Otway,   most of the Sydney Papers were called in,   but redelivered on Monday, after the alter- ation was made. As some may however   have escaped alteration, we beg leave to   remark, that instead of 33 ° 53" it ought to   have been 38 ° 53' south and the longitude   about 144 ° East.       We are happy to learn from Hawkesbury, that the sloop Hawkesbury has arrived safely at that settlement. Of this agreeable circum-         stance Mr. Kable was informed by letter     from thence on Wednesday last; but which   at the same time added, that almost every   thing was washed off her deck...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

N O T I C E.     The Court of Civil Jurisdiction will meet for the Dispatch of Business on Monday the 4th of February. Rd. Atkins, Judge Advocate. Sydney, Jan 26.     TO BE LET,   And entered on immediately, THAT valuable and well known Farm lately in the occupation of Mr. Wm.   Cox, situate in the District or the Field of Mars There are 120 Acres of cleared Ground on it,   about fifty of which have been cropped but twice, and the whole uncultivated during the last year. The Conveniences on this Farm, for a Family   as well as Stock, are too well known to need comment and the whole is in good repair, and fit for the reception of a Family. Any Person of respectability wishing to be- come a Tenant for a period not exceeding three Years, will be liberally treated with an applica- tion to Mr. S. LORD, at Sydney. N O T I C E. MR. HEARTLEY, of Chapel-row, finally requests that any perso...

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General Orders. FEB 11, 1791. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

General Orders. FEB 11, 1791,   " Although repeated orders have been     given, to prevent the Convicts from sell- ing or exchanging their Provisions issued from the       Public Stores for Money, Spirits, or Tobacco. that practice is still continued ; and as those who sell their own provisions must support themselves   by stealing from others, it is the duty of every     individual to endeavour to put a stop to a prac- tice which distresses the honest and industrious,     whose Gardens are robbed, and Provisinous stolen, by those who sell their Ration,     " No Provisions are ever to be purchased or     received from a Convict on any consideration           whatever ; and the Commissary is directed to give       Thirty Pounds of Flour as a reward for disco- vering any Person wh...

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