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

Secretary's Office, April 26, 1805.   THE undermentioned Persons will leave   this Cove on or about the 6th May next     having His Excellency's permission to     proceed to the Southward.   John Barton Benjamin Leveret   Thomas Derry Henry Caurm   Benjamin Haines Henry Bloom   Thomas Brown William Rook   William Kimber William Warner   Charles McDermot James Jones All perfons having any Claims or Demands againft any of the above men are desired to make the same at this Office without delay. (Signcd)   G, Blaxcell, Acting Sec.   N O T I C E.   THE Truftees of Mr Cox's Estate are   requested to Meet at the House of David     Bevan on the lil of May next, in Older to j examine into the Debts that remain unpaid, j to give in a Lift of the fame to the Provo...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 April 1805

General Orders. WHEN Landing Spirits from any Ship or Vessel arriving be forbid and prohibited,         No private or other Colonial Vessel   is on any pretext whatever to purchase or   receive from such ship or vessel any part of such Spirits within the Limits of this Territory or its Dependencies, on pain of forfeiting   the Vessel and Spirits so obtained :     Half the Penalty to go to the person   prosecuting to conviction. THE former Orders to be observed, respecting no other Boats than those belonging     to King's Ships to land at the Government Wharf. If any Pilot or other person take any Prisoner,     on or off the Stores, in their Boats on   board Ships about to leave the Port, on conviction before two Magistrates the Boat     will be forfeited, and the Pe...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

General Orders. When Landing Spirits from any Ship or       Vessel arriving be forbid and prohi-       bited, No private or other Colonial Vessel is on any pretext whatever to purchase or receive from such ship or vessel any part of such Spirits within the Limits of this Ter- ritory or its Dependencies, on pain of for- feiting the Vessel and Spirits so obtained:   Half the Penalty to go to the person prosecu-   ting to Conviction.     ----   The former Orders to be observed, respect- ing no other boats than those belonging     to King's Ships to land at the Government   Wharf.           If any Pilot or other person take any Pri- soner, on or off the Scores, in their Boats on board Ships about to leave the Port, on   conviction ...

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SELECTIONS From Several London Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

SELECTIONS     From several London Papers.     A Letter from Carlisle says, as some boys were playing in a lane in Scotch-street, in that   city, called Sewel's lane, one of them by accident discovercd a small aperture in the ground, which seemed to communicate with some unknown passage. The discovery was communicated to some of the neighbouring people, who got a line and plummet, and by it discovered a chasm, or well, of the depth of 27 feet, 24 of which were water. The pro- prietor of the ground the day after employed some workmen to search into this cavity; and the whole of the pavement being remo- ved, it was perceived that an imperfect co- vering of wood was all that secured whatever might pass over it. It is impossible to ex- press the consternation of the workmen when, on removing about 3 or 4 feet of earth, they found themselves on the brink of an almost unfathomable abyss, whose limits no light could render vi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

WANTED,   Twenty Able bodied Seamen and Land-   men to be employed in whaling on board     the King George, whaler, or in Sealing and Oilling in the Schooner Marcia and sloop Contest, bound to Bass's Straits and parts     adjacent, to the Southward. They must, be active, industrious and free from incumbrances of every kind, as liberal encouragement will be given. Apply to the House of Messrs Kable and Company. WANTED. TEN or Twelve Men, Americans, Dutch Portuguese, or any other that can ob-   tain due permission to leave the Colony, to proceeding the Schooner Independence, or the Americen ship Favorite, on a sealing voyage Application must be made in the course or the ensuing week to Capt. Paddock of the   Favourite, or Mr. Tounsend, master of the Independence. No applications will be at- tended to, but from such as can legally leave the Colony, and are without incumbrance. NOTICE...

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Account given by John Platt, a Miner, of the Coal-mines at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

Account given by John Platt, a Miner, of the Coal-mines at Newcastle.   The Coal-mines on the sea side Govern- ment House, Newcastle, are 3½ feet thick,           solid coal, and resemble those of Bushy Park, between Warrington and Prescot. -- The same mine is also in Lord Derby's Park, near Prescot, called Nozeley Park.- These coals are of the best quality, and are used for furnaces, malt-houses, &c. being free of sulphur. Those at the Harbour, by the Salt-pan called New Discovery, from its being like a Delf in Weston, near Prescot in Lancashire, are of a bad quality, having as much dirt as coal, and fit for burning bricks, fire engines, &c. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTIS MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

NOTICE       Wanted Immediately. Five or six Seamen, or able Landmen to proceed in the Richard and Mary on the fishery. Freemen without incumbrance are to apply to Captain Lucas.   Whereas John Chandler, an Apprentice   to Capt. Lucas, commander of the     Richard and Mary, absented himself from his   said master during the period of his late stay in this post, and has not since been apprehended. This is therefore to require, that     no owner or master of a vessel, or any other description of persons whatsoever, do either harbour or employ the above-named Ap- prentice; but any person giving information   concerning him shall be liberally rewarded.   LOST supposed to be STOLEN, On SUNDAY the 14th ultimo, from the Dwelling House of I. Nichols, near the Hospital Wharf, A Blue Great Coatm made in the form of a coach-box coat, and ve...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

SHIP NEWS     His Majesty's ship Investigator is expected     to sail in the course of the present week.   The Policy, Capt. Foster, ready for sea,   and remains with the Richard and Mary, Harriet, and Ceres south whalers; the   Sydney, Sophia, Harrington, and Eagle;   and American ships Favorite and Criterion in Neutral Bay.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

SYDNEY   The vessel that appeared in sight on Mon- day evening last, and which made the Heads the morning after, proved to be the Scorpion, Capt: Dagg, who had sailed the preceding   Saturday, and proceeded beyond Jervis's Bay. The only object for the return of this vessel was to surrender two prisoners who had secreted themselves on board, viz. John Montagu, and Michael Kenny and who were in consequence committed to the County Gaol. This conduct reflects the highest credit to Capt. Dagg, not only as an initance   of the respect due to the Law, but from the humane consideration of the certain peril to which the offenders would have exposed themselves had they ever presumed to appear at large in Great Britain under such circum- stances.             The above John Montagu was a week or two since described as having absconded from     &n...

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

GENERAL ORDERS. A Number of Natives, composed of the Families well known about Prospect   and Parramatta, with some Strangers from the Cow Pastures having put themselves un- der the protection of the Magistrates at Parramatta, and are sit down at the Brush between Prospect and George's River, they are not to be molested in that situation; some of them having accompanied a party to apprehend the Murderers of the two Settlers and the two Stockmen. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney,   May 5, 1805.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

Secretary's Office, Sydney, April 29th, 1805. The undermentioned persons will leave this Cove on or about the 10th of May having His Excellency's permission to proceed to the Southward.   William Henry William Connelly     Joseph Scott Charles Brian John Green Chas. Wheelwright     Thomas Burne, W. Chamberlain             Thomas Lang Henry Murray       Michael M'Cabe Edmund Hill Edward Moreton John Miller     Samuel Hall Hugh Flanagan           James Galvin Thomas Amrose           John Reed alias Troy Joseph Clifford       and Benjamin Hollaway       May 3d. 1805. THE undermentioned persons will also leave the Cove on or about the 13th   instant, viz. Joseph Tuso, Iames Smith ...

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LOSS of the NANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

LOSS of the NANCY.     In addition to the losses recently sustained to the Colony in its small craft, we have to regret that of the above fine cutter on the 18th ultimo, a few miles to the southward of Jervis Bay. On the 17th appearances strongly   indicating an approaching gale, she hauled off shore, and in the evening a dreadful hurricane set in accompanied with very vivid lightning, and awful peals of thunder that rolled without intermission, together with an incessant torrent of rain. The rage of the elements increasing, split the mainsail, which was   close-reefed, the vessel still driving at the rate of 4 or 5 knots, and at the same time making much lee way. At midnight the gale became furiously violent, not a sail was left, and the sea making a fair breach over her, prevented the possibility of keeping a light in the binnacle. The gale blowing dead on the shore, at about two in the morning the man at the helm gave notice of land to leewa...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

POSTSCRIPT.                         It being intimated to the Reverend Mr.   MARSDEN on Wednesday last that the Na- tives of Prospect wished a conference with him, with a view of opening the way to a reconciliation, that Gentleman readily un- dertook the mission, and repaired without hesitation or delay to the appointed place of rendezvous. On his arrival the only persons   visible were three native women, by whom he was informed that the men desirous of conversing with him were then in the woods, whither they had betaken them- selves with a design of summoning a more   general consultation on the subject; but   that immediately on their return, a deputation   composed of three persons would be dispatch- ed to Parramatta to report the result of their errand. Three m...

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NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 May 1805

NATIVES. The implacable disposition for some weeks     manifested by the natives has at length pro-     voked the adoption of coercive measures on     the part of the settlers, and which, tho' de-       termined on with reluctance, were yet unfor- tunately necessary to the preservation of their lives and property. On Sunday last several     groups were assaulted near the Mountains,   among whom Yaragrwhy, Charley, and four     or five are said to have fallen. The latter     of the two above mentioned was at one time     a subject of dread to the out-settlers and the traveller; but of late has shewn a strong disposition to amity, until the commencement   of the present warfare. This fellow, who   fell more by accident than from ...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government [?], Sydney for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 May 1805

State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney     for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, April 7   THERMOMETER                     Sun M Tu W Th   Sat Sun M Tu   W Th Fri Sat >. .P<^ 3° 4 30 t 50 4* -9 -S 5° 4 3" 5 ;a 14 3P 15 iii 1 5 3° » 19 79 29 77 29 04 1 29 *5 M I-.. I 7 9 £1* 3° ° 30 1. zg So 3' ° 5° 15 ï ' H 3° r4 29 85 29 77 29 79 29 9, .9 ¿y Vi NI) W Li A T H'. E K. 79 S: 29 79 3° 3> 15 1 . . c .-> 31 29 zy 77 s-9 t4 29 64 29 i; rii>>r n . 114 Oil i.i^,.t NK rsdn friir fuir NK cloue1 y i.)ir fair sw fair fair fir E fair i«ir fur s\\ fair fcnr ii \r cb i-ir fair /air h. 'air fi< »-ray fair E c cud V t,r,r fair N f,or ' irir foir SVV fair fVr far ¿Vv ck ad y cb»udy tr und fi HW fair fir rf-in W rain r....

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 May 1805

SHIP NEWS.   On Monday arrived His Majesty's ship Buffalo from Port Dalrymple, having sailed   from thence the 24th ultimate : the Speedwell,     Mr. A. Thompson, owner that day arri- ved all well. We are happy to report the rapid progress of that Settlement : where   in consequence of the exertions made, not     less than 30 acres of land are fit for tillage, and in the course of the present month will     be sowed in wheat. Every attention is at       at the same time paid to necessary building and health we are happy to add, uninterrupt- edly contributes to the general prosperity. on Tuesday evening last arrived the small brig Venus, Capt Calder, from Bengal, with upwards of 100 chests of tea and a quantity .»f rice. Se uilcd the 3d ot rVoruary ; and j brings accounts the mort materiel point« of %vhich appear in thcpreceanig p...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 May 1805

SYDNEY         With the sentiment of regret unversally felt throughout the whole of his Majesty's Dominions, we have from an India Paper   to announce the death of the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Duncan, Admiral of the White, whose memorable and brilliant,     actions have so conspicuously contributed to   the lustre of the British Arms. His Lord- ship was promoted to the Rank of Post Captain in 1761.       On Sunday I a ft AUxaider IPVfon^ alias Boyle, who had tor a length of time taken to the woods, was difcovereá hy a Private oftncNev Sou.h Wales Corps, armed with his fi/ei-ck, hovering about a Gentleman's ftocc farm on the Parramatta road, lieing immid.auly commanded to furrender biai fclf, he confer ted to d$> fo after foms opposi- tion, and with fesming willingnefs pavadfd towards Sydney ia front of his guide, who dubious ©f his ch...

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THE CHINA FLEET. (extempore). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 May 1805

THE CHINA FLEET. (extempore). When the polish'd LINOIS lately deign'd to ad-   vance, Our Fleet to conduct to the Island of France, They met and saluted --the vaulted expanse Re-echo'd the sounds that produc'd a French DANCE :   Our Tars, less accomplish'd, return'd a rebuff, And away scamper'd LINN---for he'd DANCE-   ING enough._      

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY: for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 May 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY"   for the ensuing week. Mon—45 m past 8 in the morning         10 m past 9 at night     Tues—35 m past 9 in the morning 10 at night Wed—25 m past 10 în the forenoon 50 m past 10 at night Thurs—15 m past 11 in the forenoon 40 m past 11 at night   Fri—5 m past 12 at noon       Sat—30 m past 12 in the morning   55 m past 12 at noon Sun—20 m past 1 in the morning 45 minutes past 1 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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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 May 1805

Secretary's Office, Sydney. May 6th, 1805. The Ship Harriet will leave this Cove on or about the 16th instant with the following persons who have obtained HIS   EXCELLENCY's permission to proceed to En-     gland, viz.   Mr. James Aicken James Bailey     and   Charles Dowdle Also the following persons in the ship   Criterion, on or about the 16th instant, viz. Mr. Ceronis Oliver Slater THE following have permission also to pro- ceed to the Southward on or about the     17th instant, viz. Henry Evans Richard White   John Taylor William Candy             and Mr. Stewart. THE following also to proceed to the     Southward on or about the 17th instant,     viz.     Joseph King John Neil   Joseph Redman Edward Cooper Frederick Himpl...

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