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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 March 1805

NOTICE. The Committee for Managing the Or-   phan institution Meet at the House at   Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon of Tuesday, the 12th instant. By Order of the Committe, D. D. MANN, Clerk, Sydney, March 9    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 March 1805

Secretary's Office March 9. Claims or Demands on Robert Jones are to be immediately presented to me. D.D. Mann, Clerk   Commissary's Office, March 5, 1805   Public Notice is hereby given that   Copper Coin will be received in Payment of Debts due to the Crown, or Swine's Flesh without Head or Feet, at seven pence   per pound, into His Majesty's Stores at   Sydney, Hawkesbury and Parramatta to     issue in lieu of salt meat, of which the De- puty Commissaries and Storekeepers are to       have three days previous Notice. Persons not indebted to the Crown, wil- ling to supply His Majesty's Stores with Pork salted in the Colony during the Months of June and July, are to give their sealed tenders to me on or before the 3rd Instant, of the quantity they will furnish,     the highest price not to exceed seven pence   per p...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 March 1805

SHIP NEWS.     On Sunday last Lieutenant Kent of His Majesty's ship Buffalo came in over-land from Botany Bay, where he left the Ann cutter, having returned from examining the coast about Shoals Haven, upon which   service he was five weeks employed. The   weather was so excessively unfavorable, as frequently to render the situation of Lieut. Kent and his people perilous; which obliged them to put into Jervis's Bay, from whence Lieutenant Kent went by land to examine   the opening and country about Shoal's   Haven: After walking 18 miles, they were   so fortunate as to find a small boat they lost in a gale of wind, hauled up by the natives, and covered with bark, exactly at the place where they wanted to make use of it: they   traced the River eighteen rniles up, when it became impassable. The banks of this river   bear a great resemblance to those of the   River Hawk...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 March 1805

SYDNEY GAZETTE. London papers have been received to the beginning of May last, of a few of which we have been favoured with the perusal. From these we are peculiarly happy in an- nouncing the restoration of our gracious So- vereign's health, for his long and uninter- rupted enjoyment of which we echo the uni- versal prayer! _ With respect to European affairs we have very little now to offer, as the accounts brought by the Æolus were as late as the present. We have extremely to regret the death of Lieut. B. Kent, formerly of the Buffalo, in a gallant conflict on the French coast, in which although it was his destiny to fall, he must live for ever in the hearts of Englishmen.   For the detail of particulars attending that melancholy but glorious event, we embrace the occasion of presenting to the public the annexed Extract of a Letter from Captain C. BRIS- BANE, of His Majesty's Ship Goliath, da- ted at Sea, Dec. 9th, 1803. "SIR,     &nbs...

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

SYDNEY. An addition to the Military; with fifty prisoners mostly from Norfolk Island;   together with 133 ewes, two rams, six cows and two bulls, and two mares, with a quantity of provisions and stores, were yesterday put on board His Majesty's ship Buffalo for Port Dalrymple. We aresorry to state the loss on Thursday sustained by J. Harris Esq. of a beautiful   horse of the Arab breed, owing to the animal's attempting to leap a high fence, upon which   he was staked. He was remarkably strong and active, and a very handsome figure, valued at 130 to 140 guineas. At the sale by Auction at Mr. Lord's on Thursday the articles in general brought good prices. After the household furniture, wearing apparel, and some other effects were disposed of, thestock was put up, & brought   as follows:   A working Bull and Harness, 25 guineas;   Two working bullocks, 30 guineas each,   seperately sold: ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 March 1805

General Orders. HIS EXCELLENCY is pleased to appoint   Lieutenant John Piper, of the New   South Wales Corps (acting with local Rank as Captain), to be Commandant of Norfolk   Island from the date of Lieutenant       Governor Foveaux's leaving the Island, with the Allowance of Five Shillings per Day. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney,     March 4, 1805.       An Official Letter, dated the 17th of May,     1804, to HIS EXCELLENCY from the           Right Honorable Earl CAMDEN,   communicates His Majesty's having been     pleased to honor his Lordship with the     Seals of the Colonial Department.   By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House,         Sydney, March 10th, 1805.

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PROCLAMATION. PHILIP GIDLEY KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 March 1805

PROCLAMATION.       PHILIP GIDLEY KING, WHEREAS it appears, that a Spanish   Cruiser belonging to the King of Spain,       and a Merchant Brig of the same Nation   have been taken out of Spanish Ports on the Coast of Peru and captured by the Harring- ton Private Ship of War (belonging to Ma- dras) and brought from thence as far as Nor- folk Island, where they parted company with the Harrington, being officered and manned from that vessel. There being the most presumptive proof that no Hostilities had commenced between England and Spain in the early part of August last, and the said Vessels being taken on the 26th of September and 2d of October last ; and as there is reason to suppose the above Spanish Vessels are now hovering about some   part of this Coast, the Commanders of His Majesty's Ships and Vessels, or Colonial Ves- sels belonging to the Crown that may fall i...

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To Country Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

To Country Subscribers. The unusual detention of last week's Pub- lication was owing to the papers being committed to a private hand early on Monday   morning, under the positive assurance of their being conveyed directly up ; though we have   had the mortification to hear they did not reach Parramatta until Wednesday.

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NATIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

N A T I V E S On the road between Parramatta and Prospect a meeting took place on Monday last for the purpose of inflicting punishment on a native well known at the above settle- ments by the name of Goguey, whose mis- chance it had been to hasten one of his oppo- nents departure for the shades on a similar occasion. His crime was defensible upon custom immemorial, but so likewise was his extraordinary mode of arrraignment an event consequent upon the former. Perceiving an unusual degree of rancour in the menaces of his judges, he endeavoured for a short time to avoid them by retiring ; but being closely pursued he formed his resolution, and made a stand, with two adherents near him. The spears of his adversaries were barbed and rough-glazed, and three at once advancing upon him until within ten or twelve feet, he   caught the first thrown on his target, but the second, discharged by Bennelong, entered above the hip, and passed through the side, so as to be afterwards e...

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LONDON PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

                LONDON PAPERS Mention, that Captain Domett is promoted to the rank of Real Admiral;-- still to     remain as first Captain to the Channel Fleet.   The Times of the 27th of last April contains the following interesting account:--   The Mary whaler, mentioned to have run   on shore near Selsey Bill, on her return from the South Seas, not knowing of the war, put   into the Cape of Good Hope on the 4th of January. She was there seized, and the crew made prisoners. -- The Captain and first and second Mates were allowed their liberty   on parole. The crew were afterwards sent on board the Matilda, a cartel ship, from   Pondicherry to Europe, with French prisoners. The Matilda was an English ship,   commanded by English Officers. On the 4th of February, in ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

N O T I C E. A LL Persons holding Promissory Notes drawn by the Committee of Paymaster   ship are informed that the same will be con- solidated at Major Johnston's Barrack on Wednesday the 27th instant at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Head Quarters, Sydney, 19th March, 1805. N O T I C E.   Persons holding Promissory Notes or other Clams upon Lieut. MENZIES of the   Royal Marines, are requested to present them without delay, as he designs very shortly to quit the Colony. W A N T E D,   TEN or twelve able men to engage for a limited term in the oil and fur trade to   the islands in Bass's Straits, with liberal en- couragement. Also Wanted, A steady active man to take charge of a gang in the above employ. Apply to Mr. I. Nicholls, near the Hospital wharf. ADVERTISMENT.                 William Baker, Settler, about to &...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

                SYDNEY GAZETTE         So late as the accounts newly arrived (att)end we have the most unfeigned satisfac-   tion in contemplating the conclusions they (affo)rd. Great Britain is represented to the delighted imagination in the ample enjoy- ment of prosperity amid the clash of arms. (For) internal measures of defensive operation have in no wise weakened her disposable Re- gular force, but on the contrary augmented (her) strength by confiderable additions from thee Army of Reserve, who bravely volun-   teered their actual service. Her navies every   where predominate ; and though some of the papers declare the Brest Fleet to consist of 23 sail of line oí battle ships, yet no con- jeture had been formed of their putting to sea. Mention is also made of their Toulon fleet, confidi...

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COURT of CIVIL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

COURT of CIVIL JURISDICTION. At a Court of Civil Jurisdiction held this 6th day of March, l805, in and for this   Colony, this Court doth order, that upon   Process issuing out of this Court, leaving a       true copy of such writ, capias, or summons at the Defendant's place of abode with some   person resident there, shall be deemed good and lawful service on the Defendant, to which the Defendant shall appear, the same as if perso- nally served, provided such service be at least four days before the Return if within 16 miles of Sydney, and six days at least before the Return if at any greater distance ; un less in cases of emergency, of which the Court will judge. That in case the Defendant shall not appear (on Evidence to the satisfaction of the Court of such service) the Court shall and may re- cord such default, and proceed to Examine the Plaintiff's cause of Action, and give such damages and sentence ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

SHIP NEWS.     On Monday arrived his Majesty's ship     Investigator from Norfolk lsland, whence she sailed the 1st instant, with nearly the whole   of the Military Establishment, and such of the convicts as are to be removed.   On Wednesday arrived the Governor King, Mr. Moody master, in four days from King's Island, with 34 tons of oil and 3200 fine skins. She was at Kent's Group about three weeks since, the Ceres of London then lying there; the master acquainted Mr.   Moody with his intention of coming shortly to Port Jackson. The Governor King is to undergo a thorough repair; and in the     interrim Messrs Kable and Underwood expect   to launch their new ship, of which, as we before hinted, Mr. Moody is to take command. The Richard and Mary, Capt. Lucas, sailed on Friday evening for the fishery. Yesterday sailed the Raven for the   southward.

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NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

NORFOLK ISLAND. The indulgences to be granted from the Crown to such approved settlers as choose to remove from Norfolk Island to Port   Dalrymple or Hobart Town on the River   Derwent are explicitly detailed in a General Order issued by HIS EXCELLENCY on the 15th instant, from which we respectfully copy the conditions, viz. "I. Every settler who holds a Grant of   Land in his own right may remove from Norfolk Island to Port Dalrymple, or Hobart Town on the Derwent. "II. Such persons are to deliver their   live stock to the Commandant; and   on producing his certificate, the same or an adequate quantity will be replaced at Port Dalrymple or Hobart Town. "III. Such part of the dead stock, which   comprehends ploughs, carts, harrows, &c. may be put on board the ship they embark in; or any quantity of tools they leave       possession of the storekeeper will be returned to th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

Commissary's Office, March 5, 1805.   "Public Notice is hereby given, that Copper Coin will be received in Payment   of Debts due to the Crown, or Swine's Flesh without Head or Feet, at seven pence per pound, into His Majesty's Stores at , Sydney, Hawkesbury. and Parramatta, to     issue in lieu of salt meat, of which the De-   puty Commissaries and Storekeepers are to   have three days previous Notice.   Persons not indebted to the Crown, wil     ling to supply His Majesty's Stores with Pork salted in the Colony during the     Months of June and July, are to give their     sea!ed tenders to me on or before the 31st       Instant, of the quantity they will furnish,   the highest price not to exceed Seven pence     per pound.   ...

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PROCLAMATION. PHILIP GIDLEY KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

PROCLAMATION.     PHILIP GIDLEY KING. WHEREAS it appears, that a Spanish Cruiser belonging to the King of Spain,     and a Merchant Brig of the same Nation,   have been taken out of Spanish Ports on the   Coast of Peru and captured by the Harrington   Private Ship of War (belonging to Madras)     and brought from thence as far as         Norfolk Island, where they parted company     with the Harrington, being officered, and   manned from that vessel.       There being the most presumptive proof       that no Hostilities had commenced between     England and Spain in the early part of August         last, and the said Vessels being taken on the   26th of September and 2d of Oct...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY. for the ensning week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY.     for the ensuing week. Mon—15 m past 11 in the morning       40 m past 11 at night   Tues—5 m past 12 at noon   Wed—30 m past 12 in the morning 55 m past 12 at noon Thurs—20 m past 1 in the morning 45 m past 1 at noon Fri—10 m past 2 in the morning 35 m past 2 in the afternoon Sat—3 in the morning   25 m past 3 in the afternoon Sun—50 m past 3 in the morning 15 m past 4 in the afternoon High water at Parramatta         1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from the Gazette of Feb. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

C U L T U R E of H O P S IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued: from the Gazette of Feb. 17. " If the weather be very hot, or rainy, cut no more hops than may be picked in an hour ; but if it be possible, gather them in fair wea- ther only, and when they are dry; for this precaution will save some expence of coals, and contribute to the better preservation of the colour when they are dried. No hops should be gathered when the due is on them, for that would make them become mouldy, " When you have taken the poles from the hills, twist together the remaining ends of the binds, that they may not get among peo- ple's legs, and hinder their work. " Before you draw the poles, observe whether the hops of one pole be entangled above with those of another ; and if they are, cut them asunder with a sharp hook fix- ed at the end of a long pole. " If the garden be large, it maybe worth while to raise a shed in the midst of it to shelter the pickers and the hops from the   sun and rain, and t...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 March 1805

   SYDNEY.   For several days during the last week the   rains at Hawksbury were incessant, insomuch   that the two last days the water rose   to a very considerable height, and flooded     many of the low grounds on the banks of the South Creek. We are sorry to hear that a     great deal of the standing corn has been       spoilt; and that a plantation of hemp and ---          belonging to the Rev. Mr. MARSDEN was   inundated, and a prodigious quantity of the finest seed ever yet produced here totally        destroyed. This circimstance peculiarly   distressing, as that Gentleman, to whose   perseverance in agricultrural improvements       the Colony is much indebted, had bestowed the       most indefatigable attention upon this     essential article of produce. Last week a fin...

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