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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

General Orders. In consequence of an unexecuted Grant of Land being purloined from the Secretary's Office by a Merion who bad accefs thereto, .-gild ifae Names of the Governor,.Í$£CRE .TARY-, andneceííary Witneiles forged, for '(the purple of making an illegal '1 ransfcr ¿heroon, which, when tranfacleu, ihe Grant appears to have beendeíh'o.yed,.to prexciitthe Oiíííndcr being tried by a Criminal Court for thefeForgericb : But iuch a ddibeiate breach »of Trui'C and the eu is refuhing thereby to the fecuritv of perfonal property wi-U not .admit of fuch acte parsing uiipuniihed., His Excellency his removed the Offender from the Public Situation he held, air.d di- rected the GoLind to revert to the Crown." The isbove, as wer] a? fe vera] acls of a iimilar nature, renders it neceilàiy that the .folknrjng General Order of the 26th of Fe- bruary, 1802, should be repealed, viz.   IT having been represented to the Governor       &nbs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

To be Sold by Auction (By Virtue of Execution), On Thursday the 28th instant, at ten o'clock   in the Forenoon, Upon the premises of Andrew Hume Toongabbee, Two Breeding Sows, 6 Pigs, 13 Slips, and a quantity of unthreshed Wheat.   G. PLAXCELL,   Provost Marshal. Feb 23rd, 1805 ADVERTISEMENT. The Executors of the Will of the late Mr. TOLCH beg leave to inform the Inha- bitants, that they intend to dispose of, upon the   most reasonable terms and with a liberal Credit, the remains of such opened Bales, Packages, &c.         as are now in the Warehouse ; which consists of Madras Cambrics, Lorpcloths, Punjums, Coff s,   Nankeen, Chintzes   Blue Gurrah, Bandanah Handkerchiefs, &c &c     A few Boxes of candles, Bags of Peppe. Glass           Ware ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

SYDNEY. On Monday last His Excellency re-   turned to town from Parramatta. The ship building in Mr. Underwood's Yard is expected to be off the stocks in two months at farthest; and is the first three   masted vessel built here. Her burthen is computed at upwards of 200 tons; her di- mensions 87 feet over all, 22 feet seven inches   beam, and 14 feet hold. It is yet scarcely nine months since her keel was laid ; so that in the space of about 11 months the largest maratime undertaking attempted here will be compleated. Proud of her superiority, she aspires to the illustrious appellative of the King George ; and that her successes may prove her worthy of the distinguishing mark of honour, we devoutly hope. The fishery is, we beleive, to be her first destination ; for which purpose the owners, Messs. Kable and Company have made purchase of a perfect suit of whaling gear, with boilers, &c. com- plete, from vessels that had sailed for Europe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

N O T I C E.   SEVERAL FORGED BILLS having been ut- tered, with Lieuteuant Governor PATER-     SON's Name affixed thereto, it is requested   that all Bills drawn by him may be presented to       MRS. PATERSON on or before the 1st of March     next; after which no attention will be paid to   any that may not have been prefented, aggrea- ble to the tenor of this Notice.

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. FRIDAY, FEB. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION.     FRIDAY, FFB. 22. At 10 o'clock the Court assembled, and proceeded to the trial, first of Mr. Thomas Biggers, on a charge instituted   by Thomas Jones, of Seven Hills, of having forcibly and feloniously taken from him se-   veral bushels of wheat his property. He then proceeded to set forth, that the prisoner   was indebted to him to the amount of eight bushels of wheat, which when at Hawkesbury he called for ; that the prisoner gave him an   order, requiring James Calvert to deliver him the said quantity from the granary ; that     when he produced the order he accompanied Calvert into the granary ; where, after the quantity was measured into four bags, he objected to the quality, upon which Calvert left him, and shortly after returned with the prisoner, who commanded him to lay down one of the bags, which he was in the act of removing ; that up...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensning week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week.     Mo—40 m past 5 morn, 5 m past 6 evening   Tues—3o m past 6 morn, 55 m past 5 evening Wed—2o m past 6 morn, 45 m past 6 evening     Thurs—10 m past 7 morn, 35 m past 7 night   Fri—8 in the morn, 25 m past 8 at night   Sat—25 m past 8 morn, 20 m past 6 at night   Sun—45 m past 9 morn, 10 m past 10 at night   High water at Parramatta               1 hour 15 minutes 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 — 24 February 1805

MARRIED, On Monday last Mr. I. Nicholls, to Miss Ro- setta Julian.

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

State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney for the, Fortnight commencing Sunday, Feb. 3. BAROMETER         W r£h Fri Sat I un 8 m iz noon 4. -ittzr iwgnz THERMOMETER                     WIND WEATHER             11. loo p 29 70 29 68 3° 7 ^ 3 39 83 30 io 29 86 29 79 36 99 30 9 30 o 30 7 30 10 30 10 m. 100 f.I 29 75 29 72 3° 9 30 2 31 io 30 6 29 65 29 6) 29 5>9 30 io 3° 7 30 7 3° 9 3° 7 ill IGOp in, 100 p| ' M 12 n 4 art 29 70 29 64 li So 78 29 79 29 64 77 71 7<5 3° 7 30 56 65 78 7' z9 90 29 90 70 7« 71 30 IO 30 0 Ó9 721-hf 74 3° 5 29 79 671-hf s'o 75 29 2 Z9 6g 60 7Q 76 Z9 66 Z9 69 66 80 -79 zg 6y Z9 9c 67 79 77 3» 82 559 90 75 73 76 30 U Z9 76 70 78 76" 30 0 7Á) 70 70 .i...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 March 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, No stronger argument in favour of the congeniality of our climate can be required, than that apparent renovation of the human system which seems rather generally to influ- ence the expectation of returning youth; but as I do not for my own part consider old age to carry with it any stamp of ignominy, I am sometimes at a loss to account for the embarrassment which many of my acquaint- ance appear to endure, in acknowledging themselves only ten or a dozen years younger, than they really are :-indeed, in some few instances this weakness is carried to so extra- vagant an excess, that I almost fancy, agreea- ble to Shakespare's partition of the seven ages, the young gentlemen have regained their teens, and are rapidly coursing back the way to second childhood. Inclined as I may be to   treat this palpable breach of candour as one of   the foibles inherent to vanity, I feel sometimes     &am...

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

W A N T ED, Two stout able Men, as labouring servants,   whose work will mostly consist in atten-   ding a bullock cart. Those who may answer the description are to make application to Thomas Morley, near Government-wharf, by whom every   encouragement will be given, ~~ N O T I C E. WHEREAS public Notice was some time since given, through the medium of   this Payer, prohibiting every person from cutting   Timber , or in any manner trespassing on the   PARSONAGE GROUNDS ; but which failing     in its object, all Persons are hereby further cau-   tioncd against hereafter continuing such illicit   practices ; as any and every person who may be   detected in cutting or removing Timber from the   said Grounds (such as may be required by Go-   vernment: for Naval purposes exempted) will be   prosecuted with ev...

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

General Orders. Whereas at a Meeting held by Order oí Governor-Hunter, of the principal     Inhabitants, the Fees demandable by the Provost Marshal and Judge Advocate's Clerk   were then regulated; and the same were confirmed by Governor King, by the Ge- neral Orders of September the 17th, 1802 : And as the Fees claimable on levying Exe- cutions were not then noticed, the Gover- nor has requested the Magistrates to give   him their opinion what Fees ought to be al- lowed the Provost Marshal, as well for him self as his Bailiff, &c. It is therefore hereby ordered, that the following Fees are due to the Provoft Marfhal, viz.   5 per Cent. on the Proceeds of all Auctions on execution ; 5 per Cent. Levy Money for 100£ down wards ; 4 per Cent, ditto from 100 £ to 500 £ ; 3 per Cent, ditto from 500 £ to 1000 £ ; 2½ per Cent, ditto from 1000 £ upwards ; For a Man to keep Possession five Days, at 2s. 6d. per Day. ---&a...

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

EXECUTION.   On Monday morning last, at ten o'clock, the unfortunate criminal capitally convicted   the preceding Friday was executed in pur- suance of his sentence. At half past nine he was taken out of the prison, and at his own request suffered to walk to the place of exe- cution, which he reached in little more than 20 minutes, praying with much fervor as he walked, with his eyes intently fixed on a prayer book. He was altogether regardless of surrounding objects, and frequently read aloud with seeming energy. When arri- ved at the awful spot, he kneeled, and joined in prayer with the MINISTER, whose pious labours were successful in fortifying the in- tended sufferer with christian resignation. The little education he had unhappily misap- plied during his life-time, in the perpetration of crimes that required so melancholy a retri- bution, he had, from the moment of his condemnation made worthy use of, in exem- plary devotion. At 10 o'clock the PROVOST ...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, FEB. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 March 1805

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, FEB. 23. John Simpson, apprehended on suspicion of forgery, underwent a short examination up- on two separate charges ; the one for uttering a counterfeit bill of 5£; and the other a bill of 5£ 7s. purporting to be drawn by His Honor Lieutenant Governor PATERSON. The   parties to whom he had paid the bills found no difficulty in identifying in the prisoner the person from whom the bills had been received .—He was therefore remanded. John Davis, servant to Mr. Kable, was ac-   cused of having stolen a quantity of spirits, the property of his master ; and the fact being clearly substantiated, the delinquent was sentenced a corporal punishment,   which was inflicted accordingly.

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

SHIP NEWS His Majesty's ship Buffalo, and Lady Nelson armed tender, the latter having been     refitted, are taking in Provisions, Stores, &c. for Port Dalrymple; for which place they are intended to sail the latter end of this week. On Wednesday sailed the Alexander, Captain Rhodes, for England, to touch at Norfolk Island. The valuable cargo shipped on board her by Mr. Lord for the British market consists of 14,000 seal skins, a small   sample of kangaroo ditto, and 22 tons of fine elephant oil. Same day sailed the Surprise for   Newcastle. The Raven sails this day or to-morrow for Bass's Straits. *** At 9 this morning the signal was   hoisted for a vessel in sight.   A London paper mentions that three large fished lately stranded at Elpidio in the   Adriatic sea, were caschelots of the cestaceous kind, who had strayed from the north sea into   the Mediterranean. As no bo...

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

Secretary's Office, March 2d, 1805. All those having any Claims or Demands on the following persons are desired to   present the same to me at this Office without delay ; viz. Benjamin Blackburn William Dwyer     William Thompson James Grice Alexander Forbes Isaac Colnett John Shepherd Joseph Brennan   John Howard Robert Cox. D.D. Mann, Clerk Secretary's Office, March 1st, 1805. All those to whom His Excellency       the Governor has been pleased to give   Grants or Leases of Land, up to the present   date, and who have not yet received the   same, are required to make immediate appli- cation at this Office ; when, by paying; the established Fees to me, such Deeds will be delivered.   D, D, Mann, Clerk Sydney, February 16. 1805 WE, the undersigned, Executors of the Will of the late Mr. William     Tough, deceased, re...

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

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week.   Mondxy—35 m past 10 in the morning 11 at night   Tuesday---25 m past 11 in the forenoon 50 m past 11 at night Wednes—15 m past 12 at noon         Thursda—40 m past 12 in the morning   5 m past 1 in the afternoon Friday—30 m past 1 in the morning 55 m past 1 in the afternoon Saturday—20 m past 2 in the morning   45 m past 2 in the afternoon Sunday—10 m past 3 in the morning   30 m past 3 in the afternoon PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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

E R R A T U M. The second Advertisement in the third co- lumn of the first page, stating, that ' Cap   tain Rowley will attend at the House   ' of the late Mr. Wm. Tough, deceased,   ' at Sydney; and Mr. Jas. William- ' SON at his own house, Parramatta, every ' Monday, for the purpose of receiving ' the sums due to the Estate of the said   ' Mr. Wm. Tongh', ought to have been, " the sums due to the Estate of Mr. W. " Cox."

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MANUFACTURE of SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 March 1805

MANUFACTURE OF SOAP.       As it is a great object to the settlers and other families to make soap for their own use, as well as to furnish those who may be in-   clined to make that article for sale, the fol- lowing extract has been made from the Encyclopaedia Britannica. The manufacture of Soap in London first   began in the year 1524; before which time   that City was served with white soap from foreign countries, and with grey soap, spec- kled with white, from Bristol which was sold for a penny a pound; and also with black soap, which sold for a halfpenny the pound. The principals soaps of our own manufac- ture are the soft, the hard, and the ball soap. The soft soap is either white or green.—The     process of making each of these shall be now described.       Green loft Soap.—The chief ingredients used in making this are lees drawn from pot ash and ...

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

SYDNEY         During the pieient month fome very heavy rains'have fallen ; which, although not of that confequence'to produce a Flood at the Hawke (bury, yet has far exceeded any wea- ther of the kind fin ce the latter end of the years 1800 and 1801,' when the floods were fo definitive in that quarter-the interme- diate periods have been remarkable for con- tinued dry weather, and fometimes drought. The very capital salt pan at King's Town was erected in less than a fortnight, within a few feet of an excellent coal mine, from whence it is supplied with fuel, and the wa- ter not exceeding four feet from its front. The prodigious utility of that and the other sent out by Government; which is to be erected here, will be generally felt, as has the scarcity of salt hitherto severely been. A sheep grazing in a Gentleman's flock   was last week bit by a snake, and died instan- taneously. The Public very generally complains a...

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

SYDNEY WHARF. Yesterday's arrivals from Kissing Point were very numerous, and the supplies abun- dant. Vegetables were rather cheap all day ; Potatoes sold in the morning at 5s. but fell off latterly to 4s. per 100lbs ; peaches sold at only one penny to twopence per dozen ; poultry equally reasonable, fine full-grown fowls selling at 2s. ; ducks, geese, and tur- kies in proportion. A few samples of new corn went off fast at 4s. per bushel, the qua- lity of which was excellent.

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