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

POSTSCRIPT.       The statement contained in the second page, of the sale of Effects the property of a Gentleman about to depart the Colony,       we beg leave to correct as follows : 1 cask of nails, containing 194lbs. at 1s. 4½d. per lb.; half a cask of ditto, 75lbs, at 1s, 3d. 1 canister of pepper, 22lhs. at 2s. 3d.; 1 pit saw, 3l.; and another 3l. 1os.; 125 squares of glass, 13d. each ; 95 smaller ditto, at 11d. and 14 loaves of sugar, at 1s. 9d. per lb.

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 — 14 April 1805

SHIP NEWS     On Tuesday arrived His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson, with the Estremina armed schooner, belonging to the King of Spain. The Lady Nelson sailed from hence the 3d instant in consequence of information being received that the Estremina was lying in Jervis's Bay. On the Lady Nelson's   approaching her she had English Colours fly- ing, and made an attempt to leave the port ; which was prevented by a shot from His Majesty's vessel. Mr Symonds then ordered her proper colours to be hoist-   ed, being those of the King of Spain, under which she came into the Cove, and saluted the Fort with five guns, which were re- turned with an equal number. Immediately after her arrival, His Ex- cellency and the Judge Advocate went on board to take the depositions of the person in charge of that vessel from the Harrington. After which His Excellency directed her to be detained for the King of   Spain in case hostilities h...

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

To be SOLD by AUCTION. (By Virtue of Execution), On Friday, the 19th instant unless the debt due upon the ûme be previously discharged,   A Substantial weather-boarded and shingled         Dwelling - house, No. 12, situate on the Rocks, at Sydney; now in the occupation of Joseph Moreton.                     G. BLAXCELL, Provest Marshal.                 I Persons -who have given in their claims against the Estat and Effects of Mr.     William Tough, deceased, agreeable to a former Notice in that behalf, are requested   to attend at his late Residence on Wednes     day morning next, at eight o'clock.   T. Rowley, &...

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Port News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

Port News. The ship Myrtle, Captain Barber, is in- tended to sail this day for the North-west Coast. On Tuesday sailed the Surprise, Kable & Co. for King's-town. The Governor King (same owners), to sail when the weather permits, for the coast of New Zealand ; and the Governor Hun-   ter, Nichols, for the Straits.     Thomas Desmond, a prisoner that has re-       peatedly absented himself from the settlement     at Newcastle, and under all the vicissitudes consequent upon so dangerous and precarious   an enterprise thrice made his way into this settlement, is at the present moment in close custody, in order once more to be returned to the place from whence he fled. The tur- pitude of this inflexible and audacious fugi- tive obstinately determines him to oppose every authority that may be exercised in the lenient punishment of his offences, which by a perverse c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 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 [S]tores 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, will-   [l]ing to 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 Judge Advocate's Office, April 6 NOTICE is hereby given, that no Proces- ses whatever will be granted by the     Court of Civil Jurisdiction d...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 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, Sydney, Dec. 16, 1804. Whereas, there is much reason to suspect     that the Spanish Merchant Brig is ho-     vering about this Coast, bet...

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NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

NATIVES         With inexpressable concern we have to re- count a series of barbarities lately practiced by a banditti of these people, inhabiting the out-skirts of Hawkesbury. Last Wednesday fe'nnight a fellow known by the name of Branch Jack went to the farm of John Llewellyn, one of the Military settlers, who was at dinner with his labour- ing servant in a field ; he was invited to par- take of the fare ; and after sharing in the repast, found means to get the settler's mus- ket and powder horn in his possession, with which he made off with a loud yell, which was returned by about 20 others that had before concealed themselves, but now came forward, and discharged several spears at the unfortunate men, two of which entered the master's breast, who fell immediately, two others passing between the servants legs. The latter requesting to know their motive for the barbarous assault, was answered by a   flight of spears,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

THE Ship Policy will sail to England, in the course of the   ensuing week. All persons therefore, who have Claims or Demands on Captain FOSTER are requested to furnish their Accounts without delay. NNOTICE.           CAPTAIN COLLIN cautions the inhahitants of this Territory against giving     Credit to any person whatever belonging to the ship Sophia, lately returned from Hobart; as he will not be responsible for any Claims that may be produced against them.     NOTICE.           LEtters of Administration to the Estate       and Effects of the late Thynne Adlam   of the Distict of Hawkesbury, deceased, being granted to Mr. Win. Day, Serjeant in the N* S. W. Corps, all Claims or Demands again-*! the fd\d Eftate are to befurnifhel within ons....

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

SHIP NEWS.     On Thursday arrived the ship Sydney, from Bengal bound to Port Dalrymple with horned cattle, 622 head of which the landed. there in excellent condition, and sailed for this port the 9th instant, with information that His Majesty's ship Buffalo was to sail in about ten days after. So extensive a supply of valuable stock as     the above will prove a lasting resource to an infant seetlement, the fertility of whose soil     adapts it equally to culture and the growth of stock; and from the rapid progress already       made, little doubt can be entertained of its becoming a valuable addition to His Majesty's           dominions in the southern world.         On Friday arrived the Sophia, Captain   Collins, from Hobart, on the Riv...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY. for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY. for the ensuing week. Mon—3 in the morning   25 m past 3 in the afternoon Tues—50 m past 3 in the morning 15 m past 4 in the afternoon Wed—40 m past 4 in the afternoon   55 m past 5 in the evening Thurs—30 m past 5 in the morning   55 m past 5 in the evening   Frid—20 m past 6 in the morning 45 m past 6 in the evening   Sat—10 m past 7 in the morning 35 m past 7 at night   Sun—8 in the morning   25 m past 5(sic) at night PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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SELECTIONS From Calcutta Gazettes to the 12th of Nov. last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

Selections From Calcutta Gazettes to the 20th of Nov. last.     An English paper of the 20th of last May   mentions, that about fifty gun brigs, luggers, &c. came out of Flushing to attack the gal- lant defender of Acre, Sir Sidney Smith : af- ter a few broadsides, however, they were obliged to sheer off: the gallant Sir Sidney dashed in among them, regardless of the fire of their batteries, until his ship took the ground, when he was obliged to sheer off: the frigates,three, with the Cruiser gun brig in company, suffered very much in sails and rigging ; seven of the enemy's gun boats were sunk, one taken, and between 20 and 30 run on shore ; the rest escaped, some back into Flushing, and some to Ostend; a very       heavy firing was heard here nearly the whole of yesterday, which we suppose was Sir Sidney following up his blow in attacking the re- mainder in Ostend harbour ; nothing but the shallowness of the coast saved the whole of their flotilla...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

ff &&f ff* &£"&&& ff &&&&&& To be Sold hv Auction, By Mr. LORD. Athis Warehmfc, on Thurfday the 2$th Li* fiant, at 12 o'clock, A Small but truly valuable Leafchold Farm (fevcn years.unexpired), containing ii acres of vely good ground, g eat part of which is laid out in line fruit and Kitchen gardens ; and amply ftockei with trees of the m o ft luxuriant growth and flavour, being worked from the be ft fort?, any where to be found ; a çood Dwelling Houfe, and the foundation of a ftonc building m fed four feet high fituate at Farm Cove, the property and in the pre fent occupation of John Anfon, Carpenter, Enough cannot poflibly be faid of the advan- tages which peculiarly recommend the above Pre m iles to attention ; its proximity to the town of Sydney, and healthy fit nation, being bounded by the water at Farm Cove and at /boolamoola Bay on the other; its beauti- ful and cxtenfiVe command o...

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Observations of the Thermometer, Winds, & Weather, at Port Dalrymple, from the 1st to the 21st of February last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

Observations of the Thermometer, Winds, &           Weather, at Port Dalrymple, from the 1st. to the 21st of February last.         Days. Hours. WINDS. WEATHER.     1 S.E. cloudy at times, light airs        2 75 ESE cloudy clear clear 3 69  do. clear light breezes 4 E by N ditto, blows fresh, cloudy 5 66 Variab. light br, cloudy at times 6  65 E by S br. fresh, cloudy, light airs 7 8 9     10   11 12 13 14 15 16 17   18 19 54 do. do. light br, br. gales, clear 20 52 do. clear, heavy do, rain                                       &nbs...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 April 1805

SYDNEY.               A burglary was on Tuesday night last effected in the dwelling of Mr. Nathaniel Lucas, in Pitt's Row, between the hours of 11 and 12; but a small property was taken   away, owing to the villains being disturbed. They had wrenched open the back door, the noise occasioned thereby being attributed to the yard dog and the neglect of its being properly secured. But shortly after the door of a lower apartment in which the greater   part of Mr. Lucas's property was deposited, was heard also to open, and shortly after the lid of a large chest to be raised; whereupon     an alarm was given, by two persons in an adjoining room, when the villains rushed   violently against the door, as if determined to force it inwards, in order to silence the noise; but failing in their ends preceptiately   made off throug...

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SELECTIONS From Calcutta Gazettes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

SELECTIONS From Calcutta Gazettes.   Perhaps there is not to be found, even in history of our naval exploits, a more dis- tinguished instance of gallantry than the               following, copied from the English papers. A Captain Goodall, husband to Mrs. Good- all, late of the Haymarket Theatre, was   immediately after the declaration of war ap-     pointed to the command of a privateer, called the Catharine and Mary, which was fitted up at the expence of some London and Deal   Merchants. Her whole expense of outfit, &c. amounted to 1,6000l. and in about three months she captured prizes to the value of not less that 50 or 60,000l. However,   about two months since she fell in, off Scilly,       with French brig in possession of two British   West Indiamen. ...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

SYDNEY GAZETTE   The arrivals of the week do not afford us the gratification of presenting our readers with a single article of intelligence relative to European affair. - The latest accounts,   brought by the Criterin, contain nothing   new or interesting, further than thorough confirmation of the internal strength of the Parent Country being much more than am- ply sufficient to repel any hostile attempts that may be made upon her shores. Whe- ther the project of invasion be totally aban- doned or not is perhaps a secret that must not be developped, and the French journals in consequence do not presume upon an opinion on an affair of such importance, but on the contrary still harrass their readers with the   enthusiastic contemplation of delightful im- ages, exhaled from the inagination by the   calid furnace of a vain ambition, which will, we trust, eventually perish in its ashes.   One of those candid p...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

SYDNEY.           , i 1 We are extremely happy to learn, that the very heavy rains of last week and a part of the preceding have not been attended with consequences to the settlement of Hawkes- bury to truly distressing as were imagined; we have to add, nevertheless, that the fresh had at various times risen to a considerable     height, but in the intervening periods much   abated; so that from the most minute obser- vation it appears to have' exceeded the fresh. that happened a short time before not more than a foot in height : but which was unfor- tunately sufficient to inundate most of the   low farms on the creek. The bridge had been swung upon the first appearance of the   rise, and the toll-house was several times   wholly Covered. The roads were, as may be conjectured, in so bad a state as to be im- passable in many places, particular...

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CULTURE of HEMP. (From an American Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

CULTURE of HEMP.         (From an American Paper.)   It does not appear that the ancients were acquainted with the use of hemp, in respect of the thread it affords. Pliny, who speaks of it ¡n his Natural History, says not a word     of this, contenting himfslf with extolling the virtues of its stem, leaves, and root. To the moderns, the use of hemp has be- come very extenfive and important, it en- ters largely into the dress of men, but vastly more so into the dress of ships. The sails ard cordage of a first rate man of war require 180,000 lb. of rough hemp forth their con- struction. It is now much cultivated in   England, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and above all in Russia. From the latter kingdom were imported into the British do-   minions in the year 1788, 58,464 tons, whicn at £20 per ton, amounted to £1.269.280 sterling. The hemp however which is raised in E...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

ON SALE At the House of Edward Wills,   Near the Hospital Wharf. - THE undermentioned Goods of excellent   Quality, and at moderate prices, viz.     sugar 7½ per lb. by the bag, or 10d. in small quantites ; hyson and common teas, Castile,   Bengal, and scented soap, Bengal prints from 1s. 6d. per yard upwards, ginghams 2s. per ditto do. panjams fine and coarse, sprigged, plain, and striped muslins, 3s. 3d. per yard   upwards muslin handkerchiefs, earings, fine     cossas and long cloth, nankeen 7s. per price, plain and striped cotton stockings and worsted ditto, scarlet, blue, and chocolate   coloured bandannah handkerchiefs, pocket do. from 2s. upwards, men's and children's   sjpes, women's coloured and black ditto     gentlemen's gloves mid pocket books, blue and brown dungaree, men's and children's leather caps, ladies fashion...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

SHIP NEWS       On Sunday came into Neutral Bay the American schooner Independence.       On Tuesday returned from the fishery,     the Richard and Mary, Capt. Lucas having procured about 70 barrels of sperm oil during his cruise ; the day after leaving this port, Capt. Lucas had the good fortune to fall in with and kill six small fish ; but since then   has been but little successful,   On Tuesday night arrived the American   ship Criterion, Capt. Chace, from Nantucket     on a sealing voyage, out 8 months. She has on board spermaceti candles, leaf and negro- head tobacco, tin-ware, and has procured   1300 skins. Next morning arrived also the American ship Favorite, Capt. Paddock, of and from   the same place, on a like voyage ; also   importing tobacco, men's clothing, muslinets, &...

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