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S Y D N E Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

SYDNEY.         The Paris accounts contained in the last India news endeavour to excuse the precipi- tate retreat made by the squadron of Linois in the China Seas upon the principle of his having received information from a Poatu- guese vessel he had previously spoken, that three of Commodore Dance's convoy had   been fitted out at China as ships of war, having on board 60 guns and 500 men each:   which intelligence was apparenty confirmed to him by the circumstances subsequently     concurring, of three ships bearing down nearly at the same time; and which natu-   rally strengthened the supposition, that     every preparation had been made to lead Monsieur a DANCE. Last Tuesday se'nnight a lascar belonging         to a ship in the cove went overboard to     &am...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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To the Printe[?]r of the Sydney Gazttee. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

To the Printeer of the Sydney Gazttee. SIR,     As there is no article of female attire more conducive to health, decency, and comfort than the ftoe, I beg leave to acknow- ledge every obligation to thofe of the worthy ^?«Urnity of -St* Crifpin, who devote them% ' felvis fo our accommodation. Many of the cr aft * however, icen to forgée that utility, nvlefs it be 'ome<vhat laflring, can fcarely be eilet-med beneficial, and that many of them are in this refpeef faulty moil families bear confiant tcíHmony. For my own part Tde- clare to you that I find this the moll ex-pen ii ye part of drejs, and unlcfs the more rofpcclable part of the profeflian devife fome method of preventing fe impofitionspraciifed by mere pretenders to the art, i't muir/fink into ge- neral dilrepute, 'and who then knows but wc may be fo provoked by inattention as to lay a tide the 04 oe in toto, The fale warehoufes ihould receive'none for retail without clofe infpectipii ; for...

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

      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 Estate are to             be presented to the Administrator within 21 days from the present date, or in default there- of none will after that period be received. And all such as may stand indebted to the Estate of the Deceased are required to make payment of their respective debts within the term herein specified ; otherwise they will be proceeded against by legal measures of recovery. HISTORY of CORSICA.   In One Vol. 8vo. The above Work was lately lent from a house in Pitt's Row, but not returned.   As it unfortu...

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

NOTICE,     By Order of His Excellency Philip Gidley King, Esquire, Captain General and Governor in Chief in         and over His Majesty's Terri-   tory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, Vice Admiral and   Orainry with the said Jurisdiction,   &c. &c. &c. to us directed,   STATING,   "That the Saint Francisco and Saint Paulo Spanish Merchant Brig, taken out of   the Port of Coquimbo on the Coast of Peru,     on the 26th of September last by the Har-   rington of Madras, Mr. William Campbell   Commander (bearing Letters of Marque against France and Holland), Having been brought into this Port in a sinking state by His Majesty's armed cutter Integrity, af- ter lying concealed in and about Kent's     Group from the 2d of March last to the &nb...

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

SHIP NEWS     On Thursday sailed for England His Majesty's ship Investigator, under the command   of Captain KENT. - On board the Investigator were embarked Messrs Brown and         Bauers, two of the scientific Gentlemen employed by the Board of Admiralty to       accompany Captain FLINDERS in his Voyage   of Discovery. On the lnvestigator's being   found unfit to prosecute the Voyage, those     Gentlemen were left complete their     Collections, of Natural History, which they have very assiduously accomplished. The whole collection was sent on board the Investigator in present reduced state,         with every apparent reason to expect it will safely arrive England; where it will be         very acceptable to the Amateurs of Natural History. Lieutenant MENZIES, of the Royal Marines, lately Commandant at Newcastle,   is also a p...

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CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from our last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

  CULTURE of HOPS             IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from orr Inft. " Hops are fully dried when their inner flalks become brittle and break ¿¿¿oil on rubbing, -¿ia when their leaves fall o.'ÎVa^iy and feel very cnfp. When they ciack s and leap a little, as they will douponths bwrilinp- of ihcir feed, then is the time t® take them orTthc kiln. 66 it the fuel ufed for this pyrpofe be ehîuç wood or turf, it ihould be chaired firil, be. caufe fmoke fpoils the colour and Ant li of hop% Charcoal made of old rotten pole i* moil commonly ufed. Cinders of fea Cc-,J are alfo very good ; and it is found oy eynt* rience that Kilkenny coal dries hops percol/ weil, became it does notdmoke. and gives a confiant unir**'m heat for a Ion1* time. The fire ihould be made at the mouth of the furnace: for the a.r-will d tip erle t,he heat fufficiently from thence to all paits of "the kiln ; and that it may b«T...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY. for the ensuring week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 May 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY:     for the ensuing week. Monday—3o m past 7 in the morning 55 m past 7 in the evening Tuesday—20 m past 8 in the morning 45 m past 8 at night Wednesda—10 m past 9 in the morning   35 m past 9 at night Thursday—10 in the forenoon   25 m past 10 at night Friday--50 m past 10 in the morning   15 m past 11 at night Saturday--40 m past 11 in the forenoon Sunday—5 m past 12 in the morning 30 m past 12 at noon High water at Parramatta           1 hour 15 minutes PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-               MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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

OFFENCES. On Monday last in consequence of infor- mation a search was made by order of a Ma- gistrate in the house of Jane Jones and Thomas Shirley, on the Rocks, and a quantity       of property found that had been stolen by each of the above parties from their respective      masters or employers, the female delinquent being in the habits of a chair-woman and her associate living as ostler to Mr. Lord. The house occupied by the delinquents was toleraby furnished with articles which were mostly recognized, as having been only borrowed from her benefactors, whose liberality and reposed confidence should have been a sufficent safeguard. Her cabinet of curiosities contained a number of toys, to which several members of the junior order preferred an undisputed title. Her male   companion had been no less assiduous in his exertions ; and not less than from a thousand to fifteen hundred weight of sugar appeared...

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

General Orders. The Master of the Policy South Sea Whaler having, in defiance of the Port   Regulations, gone from hence without ta- king a regular Clearance, or giving the necessary Bond for the delivery of the Cargo he took in at this place for the Port of London, All Ships or Vessels, of every Nation are hereby ordered to comply with the Regulation of the Port Orders on that behalf; and vessels attempting to pass the Sow and Pigs without shewing the Naval   Officer's Signal of the ship or vessel being   cleared, will be fired on with shot from the Battery on George's Head ; for which purpose the guns are shotted, and the ne-     cessary orders given to the Guard on duty at that post. Whereas a number of Otaheitans and Sandwich Islanders have been brought       from Otaheite by the Harrington Letter of   Marque and two Spanish Vessels she took   &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 30th, 1805. THE undermentioned Persons have His EXCELLENCY"S Permission to depart for the Southward on or about the 10th instant Mr Roderick* Richard Sedlens   Thomas Richardson   Francis Gould John Davis   John Moss James Jones     John Barton John Owen     Henry C[?]     Benimin Levere   Thomas Brown Mr Kelly   John Gaggs   William Warner   Joseph Redfeen       W. Kurner       John Jones         William Rock   Thomas Derry         James Campbell Benj Halles     John Fenton ALL Claims or Demands against any of the   above named Persons are to be presented...

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SYDNEY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

SYDNEY, JUNE 2. Yesterday, at eleven in the forenoon, the sale commenced of the perishable and da- maged cargo of the Spanish merchant brig Saint Francisco & Saint Paulo ; when such of the cargo as was put up produced the following prices :   Matta, or Spanish tea in hides, containing 222 lbs. each or thereabouts, from 2l. to 3l. 15s. per hide ;     10 Empty hides, 10s. each ;     Flour in hides were put up 6 in a lot, con-     taining 127lb. and averaged about     6l. 13s. per lot ; Damaged flour in 13 hides produced 18I. 10s.;   Wheat, put up in lots of 50 bushels, at 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. per bushel ; Beans averaged nearly 8 £ per lot of 6 hides: Tallow in sheep skins, many nearly empty, 11s. to 14s. each ; Indian meal in 6 bags, the whole in one lot, 61. 5s. ;       Fire-wood per cord of 128 feet solid, 11s....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

r Secretary's Office, Sydney, May 30 th, 1805. THE undermentioned Persons have His     Excellency's Permission to depart for     the Southward on or about the 1oth instant in the Sophia. Neal M'Cloud, John Smith   Thomas Petrie ALL Claims or Demands against any of the   above-named Persons are to be presented in writing at this Office without Delay. By Command of His Excellency, (Signed) G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. WANTED. A Shepherd to tend an increasing Flock. The applicant must be recommended for hones-   ty, diligence and attention ; and if approved will receive thirty guineas a year wages.   Apply to Mr Mann.   NOTICE. Strayed upwards of a month since, a   black Boar, Half China breed, the off ear   cut the right ear solid, and tip of the tale off.   Any person returning the said Boar to the ow- rer Daniel M'Coy, near the Hospital Wharf   &...

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High Water at Sydney for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

High Water at Sydney for the ensuing Week. Monday—50 m past 12 in the morning   10 m past 1 at noon   Tuesday—30 m past 1 in the morning   55 m past 1 at noon   Wednesday—15 m past 2 in the morning   35 m past 2 in the afternoon     Thursday—3 in the morning 20 m past 3 in the afternoon Friday—45 m past 5 in the morning 5 m past 4 in the afternoon Saturday—25 m past 4 in the morning 45 m past 4 in the afternoon     Sunday—10 m past 5 in the morning 50 m past 5 in the evening   High Water at Parramatta 1 hour 15 min.   after the above period. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-             MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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S Y D N E Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

S Y D N E Y.   A great number of Bank of England and Ire- land Notes have been presented for inspec-         tion and several discovered to be forgeries,   which although too palpable to escape de-   tection when properly examined, might ne-   vertheless have circulated for a time among   persons of inferior judgement.   The Speedwell, belonging to Mr. A. Thompson, arrived at Hawksbury a fort- night since from Port Dalrymple, to which     settlement she carried a private freight of wheat, the whole of which she land- ed in excellent condition. We arc happy to repeat from the accounts brought by this vessel the healthy state of the settlement, together with its rapid advances in objects of the first consideration. Among the trivial cases brought before the Civil Court dining the week was the following, in which Richard Ridge as pl...

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COURT OF CIVIL JURISDICTION. SYDNEY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

COURT of CIVIL JURISDICTION. SYDNEY, MAY 31. On Monday the Court assembled for final Dispatch of business and several petty causes were determined ; none of which ap-   peared worthy of attention. The Court met again at 9 o'clock on Tuesday morning when a Mrs. Griffiths appeared as plaintiff against Mrs. Noel to recover a claim of   £4 only, but when called upon to substantiate the debt declared her incapacity to produce   any written testimony, yet doubted not if the Court would indulge her with a patient hear- ing the matter would very soon be determined. A strong retention of memory was now dis-   played in the enumeration of items, which   the defendant positively denied receiving;     and as yea and nay where the only substantial arguments brought forward, the suit was of   necessity dismissed. At the close of the con- troversy, however, the plaintiff rather inad- vertantly s...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

   SHIP NEWS. Yesterday sailed His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson for Norfolk Island.   On Wednesday sailed the ship Harriet, for England ; and on Tuesday the Criterion for China. On Friday arrived His Majesty's colonial vessel Resource, with cedar and coals from King's Town. Hawkesbury Craft. - Came in with grain on Thursday, the Richmond, William, and Speedwell. Sailed on Wednesday the Hope and Argu- ment ; and The Hawkesbury, Charlotte, and Im- provement wait for a wind.

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HAWKESBURY, May. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

HAWKESBURY, May 31. Last Wednesday a number of natives as- sembled near the farm of Henry Lamb, at Portland Head, who was absent from home. After remaining some considerable time with-   out manifesting any disposition to violence, they all ascended a ridge of rocks at a tri- fling distance from the house, where they kindled their fires ; and rising suddenly com- menced an assault upon the settler's little property against which it was impossible to devise any means of security. A number of fire-brands were showered about the house and different sheds, which were thrown from a considerable distance by means of the moutang or fié-gig ; and the premises being by this device let fire to, were in a short time wholly consumed,the family being able   with difficulty to save themselves. The   settler on his return went immediately in pursuit of the wanton assailants towards the interior of the Mountains; but by a feint they eluded pursuit, having first taken that ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

General Orders. THE Master of the Policy South Sea     Whaler having, in defiance of the Port     Regulations, gone from hence without ta- king a regular Clearance, or giving the necessary Bond for the delivery of the Cargo he took in at this place for the Port of London, All Ships or Vessels of every Nation are hereby ordered to comply with the Regulation of the Port Orders on that   behalf ; and vessels attempting to pass the Sow and Pigs without shewing the Naval Officer's Signal of the ship or vessel being cleared, will be fired on with shot from   the Battery on George's Head ; for which purpose the guns are shotted , and the ne- cessary orders given to the Guard on duty   at that post.               Whereas a number of Otaheitans and Sandwich Islanders have been brought   &nbsp...

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CULTURE of HOPES IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from our last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

CULTURE of HOPS             IN GREAT BRITAIN. Continued from our last   " The small bags, called pockets, contain about half that weight. " The manner of bagging is thus: make             a round or a square hole, but a round one is most convenient, about twenty six or   thirty inches over, in the floor of the cham- ber where the hops are laid in heaps, after       they are sweated. This hole should be large enough to receive the bag, and for a man to go up and down it with care. Tie with a piece of. packthread, an handful of     hops in each lower corner of the bag, to ie.vea-î handles for the more easy lifting or removing of the bag ; and, with paCiCtmc^u«           &amp...

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ACCIDENTAL DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

ACCIDENTAL DEATH. On Wednesday fortnight Wm. Stubbs, a settler on the River Hawkesbury, was un- fortunately drowned in crossing that river in a canoe ; a second person was accompany- ing him, and when in about the center the vehicle unexpectedly upset, and the above   unfortunate man depending on his ability   to swim on shore, advised his companion not to quit the boat, as it would be sure to drift, on the banks. He did so, and saved his life   and Mr. Stubbs, after very nearly gaining the shore, unfortunately became entangled   among a cluster of reeds, from which unable     to extricate himself, it was his fate to perish     in the presence of one of his children, who   witnessed the melancholy disaster from the   bank. The accident is the more afflicting,     as the deceased leaves a widow and large fa-   &am...

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