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

General Orders.       A General Muster of Settlers, and People holding Grounds by Grant, Leave, or     Hire, will be taken by the Governor at the following Times and Places, viz. At Sydney and its Districts on Monday, the 18th Instant, at Government House, at Eight o'Clock in the Morning.   At Parramatta and its Districts, including George's River, on Wednesday the 20th     Instant, at Government House, Parramat-       ta, at Eight o'Clock in the Morning.   And at Hawkesbury, on Friday the 22nd In-     stant from the Green Hills down the River and South Creek ; and on Saturday the 23rd Instant from the Green Hills up the     River and Nepean, at Eight o'Clock in the   morning. Officers holding Grounds and possessing   Stock are required to make their Re...

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FROM LONDON PAPERS. INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

FROM LONDON PAPERS.         INVASION. The French vainly think in long nights to pass over That stream,worse than Styx, between Calais and Dover : Long nights they may find ; but our comfort is still, They're sure of short days, let them come when   they will.

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

General Orders. His Majesty's Armed Vessel Investiga- tor will sail for England on or about the 7th of April, if no Accounts are received of   a Spanish War having taken place on or before the 26th of September and 2d of October last.     By Command of His Excellency. G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney. March 24, 1805.

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

SYDNEY. It is an object of general remark, that many of the innumerable accusations preserved   against the swinish depredator are occasion in a great measure by the indolencence and   inattention of the complainant to the security of his fence; and when this happens to be the   case, it will be difficult to excuse the barbarities excused upon an animal, induced by the     calls of hunger, and a strong instinctive pre- ference to cultivated beds to the crime of   penetratifig an aperture through which perhaps a camel, or indeed an elephant might almost as conveniently have found its way.       A rooted antipathy to stock in general forms the leading feature of ca iine education; and from this essential branch of instruction every benefit results that might be reasonably       expected; namely, that upon a slight trespass &amp...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

State of the Barometer and Thermometer,                   taken in the shade at Government House,   Sydney for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, March 3. DAYS   Sun   M   Tu   W     Th   Fri   Sat   Sun   M   W   Th   Fri   Sat   Sun             BAROMETER.           8 morn.   in. - 100 p 29 83 29 90    30 14   30 14  30 11 30 40  29 80   29 53 29 70   30 21    30 30   30 31   30 4?   30 14  12 noon in. - 100 p 29 93  30 ?0  30 14   30 16  30 ?0 30 10 29 80  29 54     29 54 30 20   30 30    30 29 30 ...

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LONDON. From the latter end of December, 1803, to the 31st of May last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

LONDON. From the latter end of December, 1803, to the 31st of May last.   By the last returns of the effective Volun- teer Force in the United Kingdom, the total   numbers are, in Great Britain 380,193: in Ireland 32,941 ; making altogether a patriot amy, of Four Hundred and Sixty three   Thousnd One Hundred and Thirty Four     Men!- The state of the Army of Reserve   at Christmas were as follows :-raised in   England and Wales 25,739, of whom 952 have been rejected, 173 have died, 1,129 de- serted, and 23.480 are effective ; in Scotland there have been raised, 4,435 of whom 58 have been rejected, 3 have died, and 274 have deserted ; in Irehnd 5,189 have been raised, none of whom have been rejected or died, but 640 have deserted. Total effective in Eng- land and Wales 24,410, deficiency 9,004, in Scotland, 4,103, deficiency 1,897 : in Ireland, 5,579, deficiency 4,521. Grand total raised in the United Kingd...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, SIR, I cannot help admiring rhe refined improve- ments every day contributed to the eccentric   rage for docking and cropping. As those who   are possessed of homes, very fortunately for those deserving animals, do not consider them- shelves in duty bound to become their tormen- tors, merely for the sake of gratifying the capricious eye of Fashion, her prerogative is necessarily supported at the expense of crea- tures of a minor order ; and hence it is that so many ugly curs aifre rendered truly fright- ful by the lois of the eais ano tail ; dad iñ¿t, in fome houlVs, not a fin le dumb animal is ta be feen that does not fairer mutilation in fome - point oi other as an improvement A friend of mine a few days ago accuiemly efpyihg a pig wiih an ear Hit by accident, thoug.it tins * a confideraMe addition to its beauty; and immediately fugg-íÜed the piopriety of ik (ervine out the fame lance" at home, and J (Si tS r ** in wh...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 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 sealed 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. By Command of His Excellency, J. Palmer, Commissary. Commissary's Office, March 17, 1805. Every person having Public Claims on Government are to give them in to me   on or before the 10th of April, that they may be finally settl...

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

NOTICE.             Such Processes as have been issued by the Court of Civil Jurisdiction will be return- able On Wednesday next, the 27th instant. G. Blaxcell, Provost Marshal. To be Sold by Auction     By Mr. LORD, On Tuesday the 4th of April, 1805, ABOUT 300 Sheep and Lambs, the property of Lieut. Bobby amongst which, about two thirds of them are of the best breed,   both in regard to wool and size, &well worth the attention of every person wishing to spe- culate on that valuable flock : six months credit will be given on approved security, and for the convenience of purchasers they will be sold in lots of 10 or 20, the particulars of , which will appear in next: Sunday's Gazette. NOTICE.       ALL claims and demands against the fol-     lowing persons (about to sail in the   &...

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

General Orders. Lieutenant Menzies having resigned   the Situation of Commandant of New-   castle District, Ensign C. Draffin, of the New South Wales Corps, is appointed to the Command of that Settlement ; and Mr.     Charles Throsby, Assistant Surgeon and Magistrate, to have the Superintendance of         the Public Labour. Mr. Henry Williams, Acting Deputy Surveyor, is appointed to do the duty of the Surveyor General during that Officer's Ab- sence, or until further Order, from the 23d of February last. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, March 19th, 1805  

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PROCLAMATION. PHILIP GIDLEY KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 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 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 Co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

DIED.     Yesterday evening, sincerely lamented, Miss Bennet, daughter of Mr. Thomas Bennet, of the   Town of Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-               MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from our last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

CULTURE of HOPS       IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from our last. "Very particular care should be taken   that the hops be thoroughly and equally dri- ed. In this lies the greatest difficulty in the     art and management of them; for if they are     over-dried they will change colour, and if they be under-dried they will lose their co- lour and flavour. Experience has shewn, that a handful only of under-dried hops will spoil many pounds of others, by taking away their fine smell and colour. The best way of drying them is with a charcoal fire, on a kiln covered with hair cloth, of the same form and fashion as is used for drying malt, the kilns by some constructed as follows. Eight or ten acres of hop ground requires a building of about 60 feet long and 15 wide in the clear; at one end of this building is a boarded room to receive the green hops that are brought from the hop ground,...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 March 1805

  SHIP     NEWS.     His Majesty's ship Buffalo and colonial cutter Integrity are both dropped down, and under sailing orders for Port Dalrymple. Mrs. PATTERSON embarked yesterday     evening on board the Buffalo; and was   accompanied by a party, composed principally of Ladies, and complimented in the most respectful manner from the shore as weil as from His Majesty's ship Investigator and every other vessel, as the pinnace passed them.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 March 1805

NOTICE.       M. Hayes is under the necessity of in- forming those that have purchased goods   from him (whose credit have exceeded six   months) that if the debts are not immediately liquidated, a legal method will be adopted to enforce payment. LOST or MISLAID. A Promissory Note for £23 payable in wheat, drawn by Richard Robinson in     favour of Jas. Roberts. Whoever may have found the same, and will bring or send it to James Roberts, of Hawkesbury, shall be handsomely rewarded. Payment being stopped it is of no use to any but the owner. . i i phi ii ? »n.«.in»«« .« ,-.i , i,, . . i mi pi i «in n n -<--J- iii. «-M Tobe Sold hv Private Comraèi And hamedhte Poffèjiingiv***% A n excellent Farm ax oe/un rials, con« x^* taming 32 acre^> ah exec ii cul ground» coin^-.ïuiy iajrhïd wita .vumessuce «< nae Water 5 f>lfa.f*tiüy ana very eligibly ii,tt.it<*, &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 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 Deputy Commis- saries and Storekeepers are to have three days previous Notice. Persons not indebted to the Crown, wil- ling t0 supply his Majesty's Stores with Pork   salted in the Colony during the Months of   June and July, are to give their sealed ten-     ders to me on or before the 31st Instant, of   the quantity they will furnish, the highest   price not to exceed Seven pence per pound. By Command of His Excellency. J. PALMER , Commissary.        

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SAL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 March 1805

SALT.             As no subject whatever is more highly entitled to attention than this, we are happy in the opportunitv of presenting from the Encyclopaedia Britannica the following pro- cess of boiling and procuring so invaluable an article. It does not appear that there is any other thing requisite in the formation of bay salt than to evaporate the sea water with an ex ceedingly gentle heat ; and it is even very probable that our common sea salt, by a second solution and cryilallization, might attain the requisite degree of purity. Without enter- ing into any particular detail of the processes used for the preparation of bay salt in diffe- rent parts of the world, we shall content ourselves with giving a brief account of the best methods of preparing common salt. All things being prepared, and the sea water having stood in the cistern till the mud and sand are settled at the bottom, it is drawn off into...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 March 1805

SYDNEY. In a cause Baker v. Chalker, brought for- ward on Wednesday, the plaintiff obtained a verdict: with trivial damages and costs oí suit: in consequence whereof the defendant gave notice of Appeal ; for doing which he de- clared his reasons to be the very weighty, expence of witnesses subpoenad, it would ap- | pear, unnecessarily. as their evidence had been mostly dispensed with ; and upon this representation the Court thought proper to order, that the charge for witenesses should be limited to such only as had been called upon in Court ; and the notice of Appeal was in   consequence withdrawn. A new signal staff was last week erected at'   South Head in place of the old one, than   which it is considerably taller, and of course       much more conspicuous and better adapted. The unfortunate native, whose pitiable condition we last week endeavoured to de- picture [?], died on Monday shortly after the ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 March 1805

ï < General Orders. The Harvest being safely got in, it is ex-   pected that those indebted to the Stoes do     ina. ® every exertion to pay their Debts, by   delivering Wheat or Barley into the Stores   at Sydney, Hawkesbury, and Parramatta.   Those who have been indebted prior to the     1st of January, l803, will be allowed Eight   Shillings per Bushel for Wheat; and to those         become indebted since that period the follow-   ing 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 .*ZS&r ü«s**w«"* Whereas it is become necessary to restrain the Practice of several Vessels &a...

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POR[?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 March 1805

PORT NEWS.         On Monday arrived the Surprise, Kable and Co. and Governor Hunter, Nichols, both from King's Town with coals and ce- dar. Immediately on the Scorpion's arrival,   the credit of the Ship's Company was cried down, agreeable to Port Orders. To furnish decorations for female attire all nature has been ransacked. " The heavens above, the earth beneath, and even the wa- ters under the earth" have been made tri- butary to the whims of taste. Not only the birds of the air have been plucked of their plumage, and the savages of the forest stript   of their skims to furnish our belles with arti-   cles of dress, but even the monsters of the deep are despoiled for their accommodation. The bones of the whale have long been oc- cupied in preserving the delicacy of their   shape ; the fangs of the hippopotamos in re- cruiting the loss of teeth ; and now the fur of the South-se...

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