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

N O T I C E. EVERY Person is cautioned from purcha- sing, building, or repairing any huts   about the Esplanade around Fort Phillip, on   the Citadel Hill, which includes the West         side of Windmill Row, the Limits of which are described by a Notice lodged with Mr. Allcock. By Command of His Excellency. William Minchin, Ensign and Artillery Officer. Sydney, March 31 1805   Commissiary'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 settled by the 20th of April, for the Quarter ending the 31st of March. No Claims that are made after the 10th of April will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency. J. Palmer, Commissary.   Commissary's Office, March 30, 1805. THOSE Settlers and other Individuals only who have paid their Government Debts   ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Court of Civil Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 March 1805

Court of Civil Jurisdiction On Wednesday the Court sat for the Return of Writs; and several causes were heard,       among which one of considerable importance to the cultivator made its appearance. This was an action brought by Dennis McCarthy. of Hawkesbury, versus John Kenny, of the same place, for the recovery of 500 bushels of wheat, as damage sustained by the plaintiff   owing to the defendant's setting fire to a spot of grass upon his own ground, which commu- nicating the plaintiff's stacks, destroyed his entire crop. Anthony Rope, called for the plaintiff,   deposed, that he saw the defendant on the day stated set fire to the grass on his own farm in three different places, and that shortly after- wards the wind rose considerably, its direction towards the stacks which in about an hour af- ter were on fire, and were totally consumed.   He admitted that the stacks had for the space of several days before been nearly surround...

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

SHIP NEWS       We are extremely sorry to state the loss of His Majesty's colonial schooner Francis at Hunter's River, where she arrived the 19th instant, with C. Throsby, Esq. pas- senger. By a southerly wind and strong ebb tide she was obliged to come to under the Coal Island ; and no opportunity of- ered of getting her up the river, in conse- quence of a prodigious fresh, during the continuance of which the sea constantly ran out. On the morning of the 21st she rode by a single cable only, having parted her hawser and small bower cable in a heavy   gale then blowing ; and driving to leeward, struck violently on the spit ; the cable was now cut away, and her head sails set; by means of which she wore, and going over the spit, grounded on the sand beach upon   the north side the harbour. It affords much consolatîon, however, that no Iîves were   lost; and that all her stores, except some   tr...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

SYDNEY The Stock sold by auction by Mr. Lord   last week brought the following prices, viz. A cow 43l. 1s; ditto with female calf 48L.     8s; ditto do 61L. 19s; ditto do 57L; ditto       do 61L. 19s; ditto and male calf 34l. 13s;     ditto do 28l. 7s; five heifers from 22l 1s   to 21l 10s; a bullock 23l, 12s 6d; dit-     to much inferior 12l; a bull 42l. 1s.   By the two vessels returned from Hunter's River last week five women when from hence for petty misdemeanour and disorderly conduct   were permitted to return; as their beha-   viour at the above settlement was such as to recommend them to such indulgence. The scandalous impositions practised in     the payment of copper currency renders it necessary to caution the public against so very     conte...

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Conclusion of Instructions for Boiling SALT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

Conclusion of Instructions for Boiling   SALT.   When most of the liquor is evaporated,     and the salt thus lies in the pan almost dry on its surface, it is then time to draw it out. This part of the process is performed by ra- king the salt to one side of the pan into a long heap, where it drains awhile from the   brine, and is then filled out into barrows or   other proper vessels and capped into the store-house, and delivered into the custody of His Majesty's Officers : And in this man- ner the whole process is performed in 24 hours, the salt being usually drawn every morning. In the store-house the salt is put hot into drabs, which are partitions like stalls for horses, lined on three sides and at the bottom     with boards, and having a sliding board on the fore side to put in or draw out as occa- sion requires. The bottoms are made shel- wng, being highest at the back side, and gra- du...

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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

P A R R A M A T T A On Monday last a complaint was brought before a Magistrate at Parramatta by the owner of a pig that had been killed by a person into whose garden the animal had in- troduced itself : and as it appeared that the trespass was in consequence of the fence be-, ing out of repair, the butcher was ordered to pay for the carcase. This decision leaves no room of complaint to the town resident of damage sustained by the trespass of stock,   under familiar circumstances, as he must before hand be well aware, that pigs pay no respect to the rights of meun and tuum, and therefore take advantage of the smallest   opening. Last Monday a fine goat, with cart and harness was purchased for the sum of eight pounds, having the same morning drawn ten bushels of wheat from Prospect Hill to the   wharf at Parramatta, a distance of seven   miles. The crerture is acknowledged to be well broke in for draught, and the present owner will i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

N O T I C E. THE Trustees of Mr. Cox's, Estate having   examined the accounts find they are en-     abled to allow those Creditors who owe mon-     ney to the Estate a further Dividend, of Set-off against their respective claims of 25 per cent. makng in the whole seventy-five per cent. And those, who are indebted to the Estate are requested to pay their respective debts to the Treasurers on or before the 1st of May next, which will enable the Trustees to pay the residuent creditors 25 per cent.   in colonial currency; after which period those that remain indebted to the Estate will be sued by a due course of law.   Samuel Marsden   Thomas Rowley     James Williamson Thomas Moore.     Sydney, March 29, 1805. To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Lord, at his Warehouse, on Monday next, the   8th inst. at 12 at noon, the followi...

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LAW REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

LAW REPORT. Last Thursday se'night an action was brought before the Court by Mr. Thomas   Biggers against Mr. - Jones of Seven Hills. It was brought to recover damages for a false accusation exhibited by defendant       before a Court of Criminal Jurisdiction on     the 22d of February last, wherein as prosecu-   tor he failed of adducing any evidence whatever in support of the charge ; and in consequence of which the Court thought proper to declare it to have been set up in malice, and to order that the prisoner (now   the plaintiff should be furnished with a copy     of his indictment. The plaintiff opened his case by representation to the Court, expati- ating on the ruinous consequences that might have accrued to him from the charge made     against him by the defendant:- his holding a situation of much respectability and emol...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

Secretary's Office, April, 5, 1805.   ALL those having Claims or Demands on the following Persons are desired to   present them to me at this Office without   delay, viz. Mr. James Ceronis [Ceronio?], Robert Whitmore[?]. Charles Savage, John Chandler, Miles Holding,     Abraham Delmore, Chrystian Luke, Thomas       Hendrick, John Carrol, Thomas Leak, Wm.   Newton, Patrick Bryan, Thomas Ryan, John Price,   George Wolfe, Thos. Fisher, Samuel Owen, and Thomas Turner, D. D. MANN, Clerk, NOT[I]CE.           Every Person is cautioned from purcha-   sing, building, or repairing any huts   about the Esplanade around Fort Phillip, on the Citadel Hill, which includes the West     side of Windmill Row, the Limits of which   are described by a Notice lodged with Mr. &nb...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

General Orders. THE Harvcst being safely got in, it is ex-   pected true 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 Parramatta. 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 follow-   ing Prices will be allowed; Wheat seven shillings and six Pence a Bushel at Sydney and Parramatta; and     Seven shillings Hawkcsbury.       By Command of His Excellency G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec.   Government House, Sydney,   Dec 16, 1804.   Applications for Detainers agaínst Persons advertised to leave the Colony,   and requests for Masters of Ships and Vessels   to ship Freemen are to be made in Writing   to th...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 April 1805

SHIP NEWS. On Friday arrived the Eagle brig, belonging   to Messrs. Campbell, of Calcutta,     which place he left the 19th of November, and arrived at Point de Galle the 13th 0f December, from whence she sailed for Port Jackson the 17th of January. The master, Mr. Wally, died on the passage from       Calcutta to Point de Galle, the charge of the       vessel in consequence of that event devolved to Mr. Graham, the chief office. By this vessel we learn that the Sydney,     also belonging to Messrs,. Cambell, left Calcutta the 19th of November, with     breeding cows for the new Settlements. No Europe news had been recieved in     India Later than the middle of June. The       Cuna fleet got safely out of the Straits of Sunda, and had eluded the vigilance of   Admiral Linois, who was cruising to intercep...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 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 Parramatta. 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 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 Dec. 16, 1804. Applications for Detainers against       Persons advertised to leave the Colony,       and requests for Masters of Ships and Vessels &a...

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PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

Port News.   Last night arrived from Hawkesbury the   six following vessels, viz. the Hawkesbury, William, Bee, Improvement, Venus, and Argument. Sailed for Hawkesbury, on Tuesday the Charlotte and Richmond, and the Surprise on Thursday for King's-town. At 9 this morning the signal was made for   a ship in sight ; but at half past 11 until when we delayed this page, no intelligence had been received from her. 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 — 14 April 1805

S YD NE Y.       At the Sales by Auction at Arthur's Hill near Parramatta, the subjoined articles produced   the prices annexed, viz. black pepper,   2s. 3d. per lb.; good loaf sugar, 1s. 10d. per   ditto; nails in casks. 1s.s. 3d. per ditto; pit     saws, 50s. to 3£ each; window glass. 11 by 9, 13d. per square; and ditto, 9 by 7, 10d.   per ditto; a glazier's diamond, 1l. 12s.; a   roasting jack, 4l. 5s.; plough irons, 3l. 15s,   to 4 guineas; a set of chaise harness, very   handfome, 10l. 7s.;saddle and bridle, 6½     guineas; and another ditto, 8 guineas ; set   of cart harness, 52s. to 3£; a waggon, 22   guineas; a saddle horse, Perrin, 77 guineas;     ditto, Van Trump, 71 guineas; a grey   gelding, 56 guineas; a young ditto, 49 do. &am...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

SYDNEY GAZETTE. No circumstance could possibly lay claim to a greater portion of attention, or more sensibly have affected the feelings of the Reader than the very interesting relation contained in last week's Gazette, relative to the misfortunes that have befallen Captain Flinders since his departure from this Colony. The indefatigable and perilous exertions of that enterprising Officer, whose labours conduce equally to the honour of the British Empire and the general interests of man- kind, have already obtained to him that eminence which unexampled perseverance in a dangerous pursuit could only have acquired. His successes in discovery have considerably extended and improved the na- vigation of these seas ; and every Navi- gator must lament a circumstance that tends to retard the progress of the sciences, or to refrain the generous ardour of an   enterprising genius.--What, then, must be the sensation of his countrymen when, his indignant reception and injurious trea...

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To the PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

To the PUBLIC. The very extravagant price of paper ren- ders necessary the repetition of a former pub- lication, requesting the payment of Sub-   scriptions up to the 1st day of March last, terminating the second Twelve month;   and as no additional, charge has been pre- sumed in compensation of the severe addi-   tional trouble (in many instances rendered irksome by disappointment), added to a cer- tain additional expenditure attached to the collection of trivial sums at distant settle- ments, it is also necessary to require, that all   payments be hereafter made at Sydney, the subscriptions of our Readers at Hawkesbury to the end of the second Twelvemonth only excepted, which Mr. A. Thompson kindly expresses his willingness to receive, when tendered, in grain, as better suited to the convenience of an agricultural settlement, whose liberal support we gratefully acknow- ledge. For the reason above assigned, we   at th...

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REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

REMARKS. Should war not have taken place between England and Spain before the Harrington   took the two Spanish Vessels, there is every reason to apprehend, that the Government of Peru considered that act as a commence- ment of hostilities on the part of the English, and that Reprisals were instantly made of all the Whalers and their Crews, which will occasion a prodigious confiscation of British Property, and plunge many innocent indivi- duals into distress and captivity.--Nor a- mong many other extensive evils will it stay there : Any future commerce that might have been carried on with that Coast may be there- by effectually prevented ; and while our wha- lers in time of peace have hitherto been ami- cably treated in the Spanish Ports not with- standing the restrictive Treaties, yet the circumstance attending those Vessels being taken, &c, will make the Spaniards always   suspicious of the English who may in future visit their Ports-if they are e...

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CALCUTTA GAZETTES. Extract from the Calcutta Gazette Extraordinary, dated Thursday, Sept. 27, 1804. F RT WILLIAM Septem[?]er 27, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

CALCUTTA GAZETTES       Extract from the Calcutta Gazette Extraor- dinary, dated Thursday, Sept. 27, 1804.   FORT WILLIAM, September 27, 1804.           The following Extracts from a Dispatch received at a late hour laft night, from the Officer commanding the Northern Division of the Madras Army is published for general information :-- To the Chief Secretary to Government, Fort William. Sir,   ' I have the honor to acquaint you, for the information of His Excellency the Most Noble the Governor General in Council, that the Honorable Company's Ship Princess Charlotte arrived at this Port on the even- ing of the 24th, and that His Majesty's Ship Centurion, of fifty guns, anchored in the Roads, on the following morning.   'At seven o'clock this morning, three sail of strange ships were observed in the offing, standing under a press of sail into t...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

        General Orders. Whereas, there is much reason to suspect   that the Spanish Merchant Brig; is ho-     vering about this Coast, between Kent's Group and Jervis's Bay, in a distressed and leaky state : His Excellency directs, that no Private Colonial Vessel leaves this Port     without the Owners giving Security to take no other Letter or Message whatever to the Person in Charge of that Vessel than a sealed     Letter from the Governor, on pain of for- feiting the Penalty of 50o£ sterling : But this is not to preclude their giving such as- sistance as the situation of the vessel may require; but on no account to furnish her with more provisions than are necessary   bring her to this port.--Any Merchant Ship that may sail from hence before the a- bove Brig's arrival are enjoined to observe the above Order in its true sense a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 April 1805

NOTICE           EVERY Person is cautioned from purcha- sing, building, or repairing any huts   about the Esplanade around Fort Phillip, on   the Citadel Hill, which includes the West   side of Windmill Row, the Limits of which     are described by a Notice lodged with Mr. Alcock By Command of His Excellency, William Minchin,   Engineer and Artillery Officer   Sydney March 31 1805 CommiJ/ary's Ö¡fuel March $, 1805»; -puBLic Nor ice is hereby given, that j -*~ Copper Coin will be received in Payment j «f Debts due to the Crown, or Swine's Fleíli without Head or Feet, at, teven pence per pound, into EiifrMajefty's ¿.ores at Sydney^ j Hawkeibury, and Parramatta, to ¡flue in lieu of fait meat, of which the Deputy Commif ¿aries and Storekeepers are to have three days |irevious Notice. Ferions not »rdebzed to the Crown» wil- ling to fu...

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