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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 June 1805

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.                         SATURDAY, JUNE I. Clifton, Perkins, Mealing, and Bryan,         who were last week brought before the   Bench upon a charge of stealing and receiv- ing knowing to be stolen pigs the property   of Mr. A. Thompson, underwent a final Examination, at which the prosecuter had   been ordered to attend. The prisoners were   accused upon the deposition of— Spiral, a party concerned which went to state, that   Mealing and Bryan, were accessaries to the fact of stealing, and to accuse Clifton and Perkins as receivers of the property at various times. Other evidence appearing to prove the charge against the two former, the Court, in consideration, of their circumstances in this co...

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

    ONIONSEED.                   rpO'he difpofcd of in large or frnill quart-» ?** titles,-fame of the iiuott Onion' Seeija'rry ?' . whereto be procured," wai ranted go^'d, and of a very pi oil able kind; for .whioi either wheat or rnon^y, will ee received, ' ". ' -?: Purchafers will be accommodated &'i>rn ii ; \i} fmgle ounce upward?, ^t the- reüde,v¿e.oJ: u0.^Kffl James Lucaí,"Not 26,,"Pitt's Row, ." .^f^^i Sydney, june I. \ ^ FARMS             TO be Let or Sold by Private Contract,     The following Farms, viz.           Radish Farm containing 25 acres, situate at Lane Cove;            ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

NOTICE.             Letters arrived by the Argo addressed         to the following Persons being got in   my possession, it is requested that them for   whom they intended will themselves apply   for the same, viz.   Thomas Reddow ¦ Alexander Barton   John Hodges ¦ John Neal Edward Stevenson ¦ Richard Oldham   George Collins ¦ Henry Pecket     William Clark ¦ Archibold Galvin Samuel Gun ¦ Joseph Farquharson Thomas Germon ¦ Laurence Brady   James Leveston ¦ William Adams Ann Copsey ¦ William Carter D. D. MANN.                                 &amp...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

SHIP NEWS.       On Friday evening arrived the Argo vessel of marque, Capt. Bacen, from London ; JOAN McARTHUR, Esq. MRS ELIZABETH   McARTHUR, and Mr. DAVIDSON passengers.   The Argo sailed from England the 30th of   November, touched at Rio, and brings many private letters and papers recent to the date of   her departure. With respect to invasion we   beg leave to refer to the sentiments expressed   by His Majesty in His most gracious Speech   to Parliament, with which we are favoured. Another vessel was expected to be in rea- diness to sail for this place about the month of May last. No declaration of War had taken place between Great Britain and Spain ; but such     an event was expected, in case the Court of Spain and not agree to the Ultimatum sent to   Madrid on the 14th of November. Several Spanish vessels have been held under detention by our cruisers ; and the Times of &a...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

General Orders.   His Excellencey has given permission for the 4000 Gallons of Spirits Mr. Campbell was allowed to bring for the Use   of the Officers, Licensed People, Settlers,     &c. to be distributed on Wednesday next in   the following proportions, at Nine Shillings       per Gallon, including the Duty. To Officers Civil and Military, 28 gallons each;     To Licensed People, 25 ditto;       To Superintendants and Serjeants, 8 ditto;     And to such Settlers and others that the Go     vernor may grant Permission to, the pro-   prtion of 2000 Gallons will by divi- ded.   By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec.         Government House, Sydney,   June...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

General Orders, Any persons residing within the Limits of     the Military District at Parramatta are       to conduct themselves conformably to the   Regulations laid down by the Commanding     Officer and Magistrate at that place.   The Magistrate and Commanding Officer         will immediately order every person to quit   the Soldier's District who has not the Go-   vernor's special permission to reside therein.   The names of such as may be recommended by Captain Wilson and the Rev. Mr. Mars-   den to be sent to the Governor and Com-     manding Officer of the Courts.     Any person passing the Barracks at Par-       ramatta, who does not communicate where    ...

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HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOU[?] [?]PEECH To Both Houses of Parliament, On Tuesday, July 31, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH         To Both Houses of Parliament On Tuesday, July 31, 1804. "My Lords and Gentlmen,       "Before I put an end to the present     Sitting of Parliament, I am desirous of ex-         pressing MY entire approbation of the zeal   and a'ttdury with which you have aoplied   yourselves to the great objects of Publick   Concern which have come under your con   sideration.   "You have wisely continued to direct your attention to the encouragement and   improvement of the respectable and power-   ful Volunteer Force which the ardour and spirit of MY Subjects have enabled ME to   establish to an extent hitherto unexampled : You have at the same time endeavoured to combine an additional ...

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COURT OF CIVIL JUR[?]SDICTION. SYSNEY, JUN[?] 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

COURT OF CIVIL JURISDICTION. SYDNEY, JUNE 6.   An action was last week brought by Mr. James Morris against Mr. Wm. Faithful to     recover damages to a trivial amount for pro- agating a report prejudicial to his character.     The plaintiff stated, that he had for a length of time maintained a friendly inter- course with the defendant, who residing at   Hawkesbury, found a home at Sydney in his the plaintiff's house, without any charge whatever ; that it had been some time since the misfortune of the defendant te receive a   violent hurt, from which it was reported he   was not likely to recover ; and that as soon as he heard of the accident he went to Hawkesbury to make a tender of his friendly offices ; that the defendant happily recovered and came down to Sydney, when he put up at his house as before ; and that after his return to Hawkesbury he was heard, to say that the defend...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

POSTSCRIPT.                   The late continued heavy rains have much     retarded sowing wheat and gathering the     ripe crops of maize which are now works of consequence as the season is so far advanced. The roads betwen Sydney and Parramatta are       become impassable greatly owing to the above cause.   Last Wednesday night the people in charge of the Spanish merchant brig St. Francisco       and St. Paulo, were obliged to report her leaky state to John Harris Esq. Agent for the King of Spain, &c. by whom a number of hands were immediately dispatched to their assistance in keeping her above water ; in which they succeeded, and next day great part of her cargo was taken out, and every means adopted that could tend ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

TO be SOLD.         A Quantity of good storeable Maize, from 100 to 1000 bushels, at an equitable price, delivered at Sydney wharf, at six months credit upon approved security. Apply to Joseph Smallsalts Stillwell farm   Hawkesbury. Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 6th, 1805.   THE undermentioned Persons have HIS               EXCELLENCY's Permission to depart for             the Southward on or about the 15th instant,       viz.           Barnard McCabe ¦ Henry Bloom         Robert Miller ¦ William ?utton ALL Claims or Demands upon any of the       above named Persons are to be forthwith &nb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

General Orders. THE Natives having solicited to return to   Sydney and Parramatta, no molestation     is to be offered to those frequenting the a-       bove places, provided they behave quietly :   Otherwise they are to be reported to the Magistrate, who will order them to be con-       fined. The Natives about Hawkesbury   and George's River still continuing their depredations, the General Order of the 27th   of April is to continue in force respecting   those places ; and it is hoped the apprehension   of the Native called Musquito might effec- tually prevent any further mischief in those   quarters.   By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney,   June 9, 1808.     NOTICE.   &nbsp...

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CULTURE of HOPS IN G[?]BAT BRITAIN. Conti[?]ued from our last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN.     Continued from our laft. The hop planters in England commonly agree with hop d erei', to do, for t-le* P-ninds to three 3 m i is ten ihillmg, an acrr all t^c hufiuocry part, in wuch is inclule 1 he fummcr arl winter dicing of th ' i>rou id the p, uninganJ dreßlig «t the h »p | aid hills, ihs pol\; ¿ *.»d tying ievc-al hoe in*, aid m*fciii£ up tie hilL fiom tune to lime, the layiu ; o' tie dung on th; g»ound, a dall oih*-i w> ks ex est t'¡e hi beging o tie sHi g t ) the grojnd, and the pickm and drying oí the hops, which lal bufinefies att pel foi med by othcis ; io tlur a gentleman ha«, ittie trjinle with hi; hop-ground ; he k$q\ ml y be careful that the uudeitakei does every part or the w >rk in m proper fcafon ; and ii i 5 fomuch the «n ereir of the unde» takei to be punctual in this, that- if he neglects hoeing w^en the weeds appear, he will, by fuck legist, greitiy muLiply his tioublc and ¡aboui tu rooting ...

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S Y D N E Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 June 1805

SYDNEY         Tuesday being the Anniversary of His   Majesty's Birth the New South Wales   Corps and Sydney and Parramatta Loyal   Associations were under arms, and at twelve o'clock fired three rounds in honour of the     day. At one a Royd Salute was given from     the Battery ; which was taken up by His       Majesty's ship Buffalo, and every vessel           in the Cove joined; at half past one His     EXCELLENCY received the compliments of     the Officers Civil, Military, and Naval, on   the auspicious occasion. The remainder of     the day was as usual devoted to universal re joicing.   His EXCELLENCY was pleased to solemnize the ...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES                                     Yesterday Mr. William Sherwin, commit- ted from Parramatta, was examined on a     charge of insolent and disrespectful conduct     towards the Commanding Officer of the above   settlement; and in consequence of indecorous and contemptuous behaviour to the Bench,     was ordered to be imprisoned 14 days; and       at the expiration thereof to undergo re-     examination on the original charge.       Wm. Bill, upon a charge of larceny, was committed for trial before a Criminal   Court. A per...

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IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION.               William Goff, Tanner, having put into His Excellency's hands some specimens of Leather tanned by him from the Bark of Trees growing in this Colony, which were sent to His Majesty's Principal Secretary of   State for the Colonies, with other produc- tions, the following is the Opinion of Pro- fessor Davy on the Leather and Barks. " SIR " I have examined by chemical means the two specimens of leather which you did me the honor to put into my hands. The   thin skin I find is perfectly tanned, and the Leather is of a kind that would sell very well in the London market. The thick skin is   not quite tanned throughout ; but as far as the process has gone, the leather is good,   and of a proper quality for making the soles       of shoes or boots. " From these specimens of the Manufac- ture of the Colony, there can be no do...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

  SHIP NEWS.     Last Sunday arrived the Ferret south whaler, Captain Skelton, last from Norfolk Island,   whence she sailed the 23d ultimo, having on     board 103 tons of sperm oil. She had touched         at the Island six weeks before, but blown off by the tempestuous weather, beat off and on upwards of five weeks. The Britannia,     Capt. Questard with a full ship, took his final     departure for Europe the 3d of May.   Capt. Skelton reports the island to be       abundantly supplied with the necessities of   life; and had the weather possibly permitted   quanties of salted pork would have been   sent hither by his ship.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

Secretary's Office Sydney   June 6th, 1805.   THE undermentioned Person has His   Excellency's Permission to depart for   the Southward on or about the 20th instant, viz. Thomas Browning.   ALL Claims or Demands upon any of the above named person are to be forthwith, presented in writing at this Office without     delay.             By Command of His Excellency, (Signed)         G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec   Commissarys Office, June 15, 1805. EVery Person having Public Claims on Government are to give them into me   on or before the 10th of July, that they may be finally settled by the 20th of July, for the Quarter ending; on the 30th Instant. No Claims that are made after the 10th of July will be attended to.     &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

NO 2 ICE. "TO be SOLD by AUCTION by the *- Pro .?OST Marshal, (by Virtue of Execution), on the Prenti fe-; at South Eicad, oi\ "Vedi/ifdav next, at Twelve o'Clock, unlHsthe Demand be pre vio nil v abutted, Threw Hoatf, wi;h Sails he. comprsLe, the P rope r ty o f ."<' obe 11 Wat ion, bin- i$, ÍV..5. TO be SOL D, A Quantity cr riood florcable Maize, from ^ l ioo to jogo: uihe s,atan cqunaolc price. ]>li\ cres st 1'ydi.ey wharf, at fix mouths cied.t upon arpiovcd iccuriry. Arp'y to jofeph Smallialts Stillwell farm Hi-wkefhury. WANTED /*~VNE , Hundred Thoufand well burnt '^ Bricks, 7lï\y perfon willing to contra.-i for the fame propofual will be received by M. ii ayes. ______ riLLJAM O-Ntal, baker on the Rocks moft refpeilfully informs hi? friends and the public in gênerai, that he ha* opened his houfe for their accommodation, where hey may be provided with hreakfail, din ,er, or tea at a fiiort nutice, on ihs moil rea-o-ia hie terms. F A R. M S. ij be Let or So\À hy ...

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LONDON NEWS. Nov. II, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

LONDON NEWS. Nov 11, 1804 A Letter from our squadron off Brest states, that during the heavy gales abont a fortnight since five of our ships of the line and five frigates remained upon their station so as to keep in awe Gantheaume, his 14 ships of the line, and 10 frigates. -The Frenchmen made some movements, as if they intended to come out; but our ships ranging themselves in order of battle, he declined the contest. The price of bread remains at 12¼ the quarter loaf. An officer of the Foudroyant, in a letter   dated he 7th ult states that he had just been   in the Sirius close into Brest harbour, to reconnoitre ; and that the french ships were the finest he ever saw, apparently quite ready   for a start. A few days before, four French soldiers came off in a boat ; they belonged   to the 4th Brigide of marine artillery, and gave much information relative to the pre- parations and intentions of Bonaparte.; they assert that the sold...

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Remainder of Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

          Remainder of Ship News. The new ship King George is ready for sea, and will sail for the River Derwent in the course or a few days.   The Endeavour schooner to sail about the same time for Bass's Straits. The brig Eagle will sail the first fair wind   for the Honorable Company's settlement at Calcutta.

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