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Judge Advocate's Office, JAN. 19, 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

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   Field of Mars and Eastern Common. David Brown Francis Oakes   James Squires Baulkham Hill and Northern Boundary Common. John Smith Andrew McDougal George Suter. Prospect Hill Common. John Nicholls James Cleaver &a...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

SHIP NEWS.       On Monday last arrived His Majesty's Armed tender Lady Nelson, Acting Lieut.       Simmonds Commander, in 11 days from     Port Dalrymple, from whence she sailed the 11th instant: she came to anchor the same night in Cape Barren, no vessels there at the time; weighed again next morning,     and on the 18th spoke the Nancy off Cape Dromedary all well, from this port eight days. Every person at Port Dalrymple enjoyed a good state of health, and a commencement was made in removing the Establishment       from Outer Couter Cove to Western Arm, where preparations for building are getting   forward.                     An extensive opening having been seen to the we...

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Remainder of Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 January 1805

Remainder of Ship News On Sunday evening last, from the best   accounts that can be collected, the Sophia sailed from Botany Bay for Hobart Town, on the Derwent. On Monday morning sailed the Lady Barlow for England.   The Governor King and George colonial vessels are shortly to sail for Bass's Straits. Yesterday morning sailed the Richard and Mary south whaler to cruise off the coast.   CRAFT. - On Sunday last sailed the Hope and Improvement for Hawsebury.   Yesterday, between the hours of twelve   and one at noon, a fire broke out on the farm of Mrs. McArthur, at Parramatta, by       which a detached kitchen was in a short time destroyed. From the direction of the wind the flame several times reached the dwelling-house, but was happily extinguished   every time with scarce perceptible damage,   by the military detachment on duty     at Parramatta, whose ...

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

OFFENCES. James Galvy, for language insolent and   abusive, for presuming to menace and actu- ally to strike his Master, while he repri- manded him for his brutal treatment of a fine horse occasionally in his care, was yes- terday se'nnight taken into custody, and brought forward for examination before the Bench of Magistrates ; but after the com- plaint had been heard, and the points of ac-   cusation established, the prisoner availed   himself of a busy moment, and fled from   custody ; but was by the activity of the chief constable and his officers secured again in   the course of the day following. On Mon-   day a part of his sentence was inflicted   which was, that he should receive 100 lashes   at each of the three principal settlements.   Christopher Thomas, on a charge of repeat- ed insolence to his master, refusing to obey   his orders, and repea...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

NOTICE.. THE Government Notes left in circulation by Governor Hunter are required to   be delivered to Mr. Commiffary Palmer for liquidation forthwith, otherwife no at- tention will be paid to them. Sydney, Jan, 30th 1805.   Secretary's Office, JAN. 30, 1805. All thofe having any Claims or Demands on the following Perfons are defired to   prefent them to me at this Office without Delay, William Heath John Warren Thomas Minchin John McGuire   Edward Warne John Ryan Samuel Holbrook Henry Bock Patrick Nugent Miles Campbell Micheal Gavagan Matthew McCabe     D D Mann, Clerk. NOTICE. To be Erected at Sydney by Contract, A Court Houfe of the following dimenfions viz.   60- Feet long by 26, in the Clear, and the Wall 12 feet high from the ground fioor ; 4 windows in front, '2 at the back, and a fire -place and one window at the end ; the floor of the lower room to be boarded, and a room above of the ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

      SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday arrived the Fly colonial   vessel from Kent's Group in five days, with     skins and oil. The master was informed by   .the feaiers d uto,ted there that the Pandora's   Pacquêt had sailed from thence the 21st ult.   to cruise off Wilson's Promontory, and thence into Kent's Bay. Dropped down on Thursday the AEolus, to sail for Canton when the wind permits. His Matedy's colonial cutter Integrity sailed on Thursday, the Ann in company. On Friday arrived the Francis from the   Hawkesbury.   On Monday sailed the Venus (a new sloop), for Hawkesbury.   The William and Mary, Argument, Bee,     and Charlotte, from Hawkesbury with grain,   are in Broken Bay wind-bound.           Four prisoners that had impru...

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The Purple Pencil. AN ORIGINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

The Purple Pencil. AN ORIGINAL. Let dotards reject with a counterfeit scorn The Pencil which renovates Nature, Whose touch can the visage of Beauty adorn, And crimson the too languid feature. Let the Flippant still glitter in Rouge and   Carmine, Still triumph in exernal Iustre ; But smiles only flow from the Pallet divine     Expressed from the generous Cluster. At the Board of Olympus how fluent the Cup! And History sins, or the Graces   Ne'er wanton'd until the great Dunes with a sup     Had sweetly enamel'd their faces. No male content then was e'er heard to complain, Nor hearts were by Discord divided :   For the Gypsey was exil'd to Pluto's domain While the God of Libation presided. Then hail, mighty Artist ! Great BACCHUS I mean, From whom proceeds all 'lumination ; I greet thee my Patron--a Bumper's my Quean, Whose beams must command adoration.    

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, JAN. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES,   SATURDAY, JAN. 26. Dan. Gilmore, standing charged with steal- ing a jacket, was upon the clearest evidence convicted, and sentenced to labour six months for the Crown. The prisoner had just then concluded a seven years servitude upon his original sentence ; but a fatal propensity to acts of larceny has thus far lengthened its term, and shewn him still unworthy to mingle with society, from which crime had originally excluded him.     TUESDAY, JAN. 29. John Silverton, charged with having fraudulently obtained a certain proportion of     spirits, by virtue of a permit granted by His EXCELLENCY in favour of another person, was sentenced to hard labour for the space of   twelve calendar months.-During the last serving of spirits several similar impostures were attempted, and such as were detected   punished with imprisonment for the offence. A claim of an extr...

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CULTURE of HOPS in GREAT BRITAIN. (Continued from Jan. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

CULTURE of H O P S in G R E A T     BRITAIN.         Continued from Jan. 20.)   " The most proper season for planting     hops is from the beginning of March to     near the middle of April, at the time when they begin to shoot. The Kentish husband- men approve likewise of October : but the   common sorts are not to be procured then,   unless it be from a ground that is to be dug     up and destroyed ; besides which, there is   some danger of their rotting in the earth, if     the winter should prove very wet. There are several sorts though the   botanists allow but one species of hops. The most esteemed are, the long white, the oval, and the long square garlic hops. These   differ from each other in the colour and shape of the...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

General Orders. THE Harvest being lately 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 Six Pence a Bushel at Sydney and Parramatta; and   Seven shillings at Hawkesbury, By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. The Commissary is directed to issue the following Proporting of Slop Cloathing     on Monday the 11th of February, and fol-   lowing Days, viz. To Overseers—One Pair of Shoes, two     Shirts, one Pair o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

Secretary's Office FEB. 2, 1805. ALL Claims or Demands on the following   persons are are to be forthwith presented to     me at this Office, .viz.   Athony Kearns Patrick Glannon   James Anderson Joseph M' Ginnis D D \A r*, U rk, NOTICE   THE Coure of Civil Jurifdiaion will meet for the Despatch of business on Monday   the 4th of February. Rd, Atkins, Judge Advocate. Sydney. Jan 26   A CAUTION To Public Depredators.   Whereas my Farm and Boats have long been a prey to a set of miscreant thieves who have stolen from the Boats the Stern sheets,     Chains, and Ropes by which they have been moored, partly, I presume, from an idea that I would not prosecute them : Í hereby caution   those I have alreadv detect d, and forewarn any   Person in future from purloining from my Farm at VANCLUSE, Grass or Wood; being determine...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensning week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. Monday - 15 m past 11 in the morning 40 m past 11 at night   Tuesday - 5 m past 12 at noon Wednesda. - 30 m past 12 in the morning 55 m past 12 at noon Thursde. - 20 m past 1 in the morning 45 m past 1 in the afternoon   Friday - 10 m past 2 in the morning 35 m past 2 in the afternoon Saturda - 3 in the morning 25 m past 3 in the afternoon Sunday - 50 m past 3 in the morning 15 m past 4 in the afternoon High Water at Parramatta              1 h. 15 m. after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

BIRTH.   Mrs. KING, of a Daughter, on Friday the 1st of February, at Government House.    

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 February 1805

SYDNEY. On. Fvîonday lait His Excellency fe* J out for Parramatta, and Trom thence f<^r j Hawkesbury on Thurfday--, deiigned return-- J ing yellerday evening to Parta iiaita, and to I town this evening br to-morrow« | The lair rains will be found 'ferviceable to the gardens, we hope, without prejudice to the crops of maize. In Sydney and its neighbourhood the fhower on Fiiday night and yeiterday morning was heavy and incef fant ; in coniequence of which the weekly vi niants from Killing Point mufteied thinly» and their very ialutary fupplies th« afore {paring. * The Qperalions of the foap-boiler havs already been fuccefsful in reducing the price of the article, t io' little can- as yet be faid of its impiovement in quality. At prefent ' h can icarcely be termed a make-ßift ; but as " pradtice makes perfect," the attempt muft in ~a little time be foiand. profitable to the confumer as well as to the man ufa ¿fur er. Some of the inhabitants of Kißing Point report, «that duun...

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The Pursuit. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

The Pursuit.     Pleasure on gay pinions fleeting, Circles in a gaudy sphere ; Always courted, never sating,   Oft' concealing cank'ring care. Thus, the Maid who takes a token Blithsome waits the nuptial day :       But, alas ! the premise broken, Dreams of bliss are chas'd away.   For the Miser, curst with treasure,   Happiness was ne'er defigu'd,   Since his only source of P'leasure   To its coffer is confin'd. Spendthrifts, Brokers, Jilts, and Poets, While they diff'rent routes pursue,   With mistaken ardour shew it's Pleasure is the game in view. If you'd gain your Mistress' favour, And displeas'd the fair one seem,   Shun, and quickly you enslave her With reciprocal esteem. So, if Pleasure's smile transport you, Yield she may---her faster Pain :     Seem to spurn, and then she'll court you, Stripp'd...

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CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN. (Continued from our last). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

CULTURE of HOPS                 IN GREAT BRITAIN. (Continued from our last). " Hop sets are cuttings taken from the branches which grow from the main root   or stock. They should be procured if poss- ible from grounds planted with none but   the sort which is desired ; and they should be from five to seven or eight inches long,   with three or more joints or buds on them,   all the old bind and hollow part of the set being cut off. " The ground being prepared for planting as before directed, towards the latter end   of February, or in the beginning of March, if the soil be light, or late in March if it be strong and moist, make, in the places mar- ked out by the sticks stuck in them, holes about 12 or 16 inches wide, and of a depth proportioned to the nature of the ground:—     in general 10...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 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 six-pence a Bushel at Sydney and Parramatta ; and Seven     shillings at Hawkesbury. By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, Dec. 16, 1804,

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A Trip to Botany. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

A Trip to Botany.   In last week's delineation of the sailor on horseback, we omitted, a counter-part to the caricature at least equally a subject of the pencil. This was no other than an unfortunate scribe who accompanied the tour to Botany; and supporting a necessity for his   making a visit on board the Sophia, secured the animal that had carried him to a branch, and in humble imitation of Antaxerxes'       return from disappointed conquest, accom- plished his hazardous project in a canoe, the   sooty Commander of which in accommodating his passenger, gave a lively representation of the venerable Charon transporting the   departed spirit of the practitioner to the Court of Minos. As honest Saucho seldom con- sulted the wants of his patient Dapple until   he had tolerably secured himself from the demands of appetite, so too did our adventurer devote himfelf to the bounties of th...

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EXAMINATION BEFORE JOHN HARRIS, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

EXAMINATION         BEFORE JOHN HARRIS, ESQ. Forgery.-On Wedneday James Loveill,   a shoemaker, was brought before the above Gentleman as sitting Magistrate, charged by several persons on oath with having uttered promissory notes purporting to be drawn by Mr. James Underwood, payable to Patrick Fox or 'bearer, all which proved to be forge- ries ; and after a minute examination the   prisoner was fully committed to the county gaol, to take his trial before a Court of Cri- minal Jurisdiction.   The circumstances that led to the appre- hension of the prisoner were as follow: Last Thursday fé'nnight he called in the Brickfields at the house of Eleanor Cooper, to whom he was at that time a stranger ; and expressing a wish to purchase some fruit, re- ceived three shillings' worth, in payment of which he presented a bill for 1£ 5s. and had the full change returned to him. This bill was the same day p...

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