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

SYDNEY GAZETTE. By the arrival of the Venus brig some Calcutta Papers are received down to the last day of January; from the European Extracts     contained in which we have the satisfaction   to repeat, that Great Britain continues in the     uninterrupted enjoyment of tranquillity, which her internal preparations against any hostile attempt from her enemies will ever   secure to her. BOMBAY COURIER—DEC. 29, 1804. On Monday last arrived the Endeavour,   Captain Robson, with a Packet, from Buffo- rah, which brings down our Europe news to the beginning of September. At present we can only give heads of the intelligence. The details will be contained in our future papers. No charges of importance had taken place in the state of parties at home. The inva- sion has again begun to occupy a consider- able share of public attention, but the nation in general does not appear to entertain any very live...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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High Water at Parrumatta [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

High Water at Parramatta 1? hour 15 minutes after Sydney     PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; AND ADVERTISEMENTS RECEIV

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State of the Barometer and Therometer, taken in the Shade at Government House, Sydney for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

General Orders. THE Harvest being safely got in, it is ex   pected that those indebted to the Stores do   ma e 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.   D .. .6 ib 4.,'

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY. MAY-18, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY. MAY 18, John Grant a Convict lately emanci- pated, appeared before the Bench, and     and was called upon to avow 0r to disclaim   several letters to which his signature was affixed, that had been addressed to His EX-   CELLENCY and the JUDGE ADVOCATE,   the contents of which were highly seditious     and inflammatory. The prisoner declared       all the letters produced to have been written by himself, and should not therefore avail         himself of the opportunity afforded him to   retract from any particle oí their contents.     The Bench pathetically expressed their con-     cern, that a man whose talents if properly applied might have obtained respect in so-   ciety, should by so gross an ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 14th, 1805 The following Persons having obtained     Permission, are to proceed to the South-   ward : S. R. Chace William Hayes     Thomas Evans William Nott   John Thomas James Brown     William Smith Andrew Downing   The undermentioned persons are about to depart the Colony by the Schooner In-   dependence :   John James Simeon Otaheite.       Peter Shevers John Drungom John Sylvester John Blunder       THE following Person has His Excel- lency's Permission (in addition to those   whose names were published in last week's Gazette), to sail for England in the ship Harriet, viz. Richard Broomfield, ALL Claims or Demands against any of the above-named Persons are to be pre-     sented in writing ...

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From the Bombay Courier. LONDON. AUGUST 5, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

From the Bombay Courier. LONDON. AUGUST 5, 1804.   Immediately after the violation of the neu-   trality of the German Empire, by the Invasion   of Hanover, in May, 1803, Bonaparte nego- ciated with Prussia concerning the occupation   of Embden during the present war; and of- fered, as a security for its future evacuation, the fort and town of Hemeln in Hanover, with a yearly pecuniary indemnity of twen- ty thousand Prussian louis d'ors. This was   one the many plans of the usurper, to exclude us from all continental trade and connexion ; because, at: the same time, he negociated with Denmark for the occupation of the coast in Holstein and Jutland, and for the fort and town of Helsingoer, which command the entrance of the Baltic, by commanding the Sound. With Sweden and Mecklenburg     he intrigued for garrisoning Swedish Pomera-       nia, and the sea po...

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COURT of CIVIL JURISDICTION. SYDNEY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

COURT OF CIVIL JURISDICTION.   SYDNEY, MAY 15. An action was brought by Mr. Matthew Kearns in behalf of the joint creditors of William Jones, formerly chief officer of the ship Betsey from Madras, against the Master       and Owners of the ship Sophia, who had, from motives of disinterested friendship and humanity, interposed to liberate him from a   prison by binding themselves to responsibility for the payment of his joint debts in, the   following manner, viz. that the said Wm. Jones, being willing and desirous to enter into an engagement with the Master and     Owners of the above vessel, consented that his     pay in a sealing party should be wholly   retained in the hands of his employers until the   whole debt should be liquidated; or, should Mr. Jones not remain in their employ so long as should be requisite to effect which   (the debts amounting ...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

POSTSCRIPT Captain Gwynn informs, that the Britannia, Captain Questerd, was at Norfolk     Island, and expected to leave direct for England on the 28th of April ult. with 200 tons     of sperm oil. The streets bear ample testimony of the late badness of the weather, which by repeated incroachment has in many parts totally     annihilated the foot path; whereas, had the   plan of confining it by means of a barricade   been generally adopted as it has been partially the uniformity at one time a subject of admition would still have been perceived, and a     very trifling additional expence at the first, have render permanent the improvement, as it was certainly designed to be. It is possible to point out some particular parts of the   town which suffer considerably from a neglect of repair; but a general representation cannot   possibly give off...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

Wanted Immediately Four or Five active Seamen for the new ship King George. Good encourage-   ment will be given. Apply to Messrs Kable and Company.       FOR SALE, By W. Furber, at Kissing Point, A Number of Peach Seedlings of a proper age for transplanting; and if taken in   quantities, will be disposed of at the very   low price of 4d. each plant, also some very   fine Vinegar at 8s. per gallon.   The good ship Ann, Captain GWYNN, will sail from hence in the course of the ensuing week claims upon the Commander are to be therefore presented without delay. NOTICE         Letters of Administration to the Estate   and Effects of the late Henry Greenlaw,   being granted by the Court of Civil Jurisdic-     tion to James Underwood, of Sydney, Ship- wright, all claims upon the said E...

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ELEGIAC POETRY. A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY of the late ADMIRAL LORD VISCOUNT DUNCAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

ELEGIAC POETRY. A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY     of the late ADMIRAL LORD VISCOUNT DUNCAN. Britannia, pause! lo! from thy trophies turn, Magestic Grief prefers her precious claim; And Contemplation weeps beside the Urn   WHOSE marble portal bears our DUNCAN'S Name!   Ah! virtuous Spirit! yet thy flight suspend,   To animate, unseen, the patriot glow;     And when Bellona shall the concave rend,   Still whisper "DUNCAN! " - - - and o'erwelm the Foe!

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CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from the Gaz of March 24th. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

CULTURE of HOPS         IN GREAT BRITAIN.       Continued from the Gaz of March 24th.       " In the front part of the kiln, on one fide of the furnace, and at the height of two feet from the ground, a small door should                           be made, three feet high, and two wide, to r"ffeit «.mît? myf &dvr g^t fa t> (et ertry . thing- to rights abot&t me il-idle. Trttrc fe*jM airo be: dtcps or ifcürs to jo ; i :he jpp;r fijar, where use ¡lop* a reined ; aiia> ih-re J i> apaSTige beîorfr. fïvefïit w.de. aÍ3 £ the iraot of the kïï&sF íl> will there b?» di .'--ti y Oïrsr he«J on the upp-rflxor* a Ikke psfïà p* which willi be of u& far bringing ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

  SHIP NEWS.   On Friday came into the Cove His Majesty's       colonial cutter Integrity, under the       command of Lieutenant Robins, with the   Soaona merchant brig Saint Franciso and       Saint Paulo, captured by the Harrington. The Integrity parted from His Majesty's   ship Buffalo the 26th of April, and fell in with the brig off Kent's Group on the 29th, making four feet water. Lieut. Robbins was     obliged to go into Port Dalrymple, to put         the Spanish brig into a state to gain this port,     and sailed from thence the 5th instant.             Yesterday morning the Spanish brig entered the cove with her national colours flying   and was saluted by three cheers from His           Majesty's ships Investigator and Buffalo.    ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY: for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY:     for the ensning week. Monday---- 2 in the morning 20 m past 2 in the afternoon Tuesday-40 m past 2 in the morning   3 in the afternoon Wednesday-20 m past 3 in the morning 45 m past 3 in the afternoon Thursday- 10 m past 4 in the morning 35 m past 4 in the afternoon   Friday---- 5 in the morning   25 m past 5 in the evening Saturday---50 m past 5 in the morning 15 m past 6 in the evening Sunday--40 m past 6 in the morning   5 m past 7 in the evening.  

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

SYDNEY.           The rapid progress made in equipping the new ship King George built by Messrs Kable and Company may be said to keep pace with the indefatigable exertions used in pre-   paring her for the bosom of her proper element The prodigious canine increase within the       last twelvemonth is as little surprising as alarming: go where you will you must pa-     tiently submit to be formally introduced by half a dozen domestic yelpers, who martial   the way at the extreme danger of your   calves. Upon many families the support of   a number of useless creatures falls as a heavy   tax; and yet, from some recommendatory   qualification, imperceptible to every body but the owner, they must still be supported at the certain expence of those entitled by nature to our first consideration.   ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 May 1805

        SYDNEY.         Major JOHNSTON, Commanding Officer of the New South Wales Corps, on Monday   last left Sydney at HIS EXCELLENCY's re- quest, on a visit to Hawkesbury for the pur-   pose of enquiring strictly into the extent of damage sustained to the settler's property   from the various incursions of the natives of which we have every reason to believe   the reports heretofore published convey but a faint idea, as few, if any of the out-farms have escaped pillage to an amount more or   less considerable. The above Officer was   attended on the expedition by a single Troo- per; and after an extensive survey returned   to town on Thursday evening. Last Monday a party composed of the set- tlers of the Northern Boundary and Baulk- ham Hills joined by the constables of Parra- matta went ...

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P O R T N E W S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

PORT       NEWS       On Tuesday arrived the Marcia, with ce- dar from King's Town. Same day came in from Hawkesbury with grain, the Hawkesbury, Hope, Improve- ment, Bee, and Venus ; and the Union with lime. -----------------                 Last Thursday evening Mr. Moore, Master Builder, had the misfortune to be overturned in chaise, and, we are extremely concerned to state, had his leg broke by the fall.

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The Cottager. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

The Cottager.   When blossoms their beauties disclose to the morn,       And the dew drop descends from the ripening corn ; When the Bell bird to stillness gives sadness and awe,             I rest on my sickle--and turn down the straw.   Now Phaebus advances---how potent his beam!   With my line 'neath a gum tree I tempt the clear stream : Delightful the task is the treat to prepare For the sweet little Cherubs whom my toils are to chear ! Mayhap with my gun, and mv favorite, Guess,       I traverse the wild with unenvy'd success ; Then skilled in each winding, my home I pursue   Where a ruptuious welcome transports me a-ncw My cottage, tho' homely, is always kept clean ; My Partner's attentive---like summer serene :   My sweet smiling prattlers comprise my whole s...

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G O A I S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

G O A T S. Several Strayed Goats having a short time sincebecn taken up on the Farm of Richard Atkins, Esq. near Parramatta, this is to give Notice, that any person or persons who have left such may recover their property upon application to the Stockman on the said Farm, and allowing; moderate expences : for which, if not claimed within 21 days, they will be dis- posed of.

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

    BENCH OF MAGISTRATES                           SATURDAY, MAY 25           At ten o'clock the bench sat to invest- the several felonies mentioned in the prece- ding page. John Riley and Daniel Gilmore were     brought forward charged with divers robbe-     ries most of which upon their own confessions.   Upon a charge of burglary upon the house   of Elizabeth Jones on the Rocks, Gilmore made the following declaration to the Court : That on Sunday last Michael Cooney then     in custody, informed him that the dwelling     of Elizabeth Jones might easily be robbed for that he had lived a short time ...

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