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

Colonial Hunt. When Sol has commenc'd its diurnal career, And the bright spangled dew drops from buds disappear,     With my dog and my gun to the forest I fly, Where in stately confusion rich gums sweep the sky. Then anxious, my eyes each direction pursue, Till the fleet footer WALLABA rises to view!   I point to the Game, and uplifting my hand,       Brisk Lurcher, obedient, flies off to command:---         Perceiving her danger, Pats[?] doubles her pace,       And well prim'd and oiled, I bring up the chace, Exclaiming, transported the course to review,     "Hoick! hoick ! my bold Lurcher! Well led   Kangaroo!                   Fatigu'd, broken hearted, tears g...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 June 1805

S Y D N E Y, -----------------         A private letter received by the Ferret from   Norfolk Island, of May 23 says,''the weather     has for many weeks past been frightfully tempestuous, insomuch that no boat could at         any time with safety put off from the shore;       and on the 11th of the present month it   were the most serious and distressing appear-   ance, exhibiting a phenomon at the same time   never before witnessed. At half past four in the afternoon, then low water, the surf began to beat with unusual violence and rapidity,   at frequent intervals occasioning an influx into the town of 16 feet perpendicular height; the consequences of which were     severely felt by the houses in the lower row, &nbs...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 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 port. The Magistrate and Commanding Officer will immediately order every person to quit the Soldier's District who has not the Go- vernor's especial 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 Corps.   Any person passing the Barracks at Par- ramatta, who does not communicate where he is going to the commanding Officer, when required, or who behaves with incivi- lity in answering, will be noticed according to their situations. No person whaterer is to pass through or into the Town of Parramatta, either by night or day, with a musket,...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

General Orders. A Court of Criminal Jurisdiction will be holden at Sydney on Tuesday next, at           Ten o'Olock in the Forenoon. By Command of His Excellency,   G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, June 22, 1805. Secretary's Office, Sydney, June 6th, 1805     THE undermentioned persons has His Ex- Cellency's Permission to depart for the   Southward on or about the 20th instant, viz. William Sutton, John Smith, William Morris. All Claims or demands upon any of the a- bove name persons are to be forthwith presen-       ted in writing at this Office.   By Command of His Excellency, (Signed) G. Blaxcell Acting Sec.

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Experiment against the Boulogne Flotilla. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

Experiment against the Boulogne Flotilla. Deal, Oct 4,--The attempt at Boulogne was to   try the practicalitv of burning the Enemys ships     when out in Boulogne Roads. For this purpose a   new sort of Fire Ship was invented. Three smacks were loaded with barrels of gunpowder, covered     with flint stones closely stowed together, so as to       make the greater explosion. The smacks were sunk     very low in the water, and painted to resemble the sea, so that at night they could scarcely be distin-   guished from the water: they looked like a large       chest or large plank floating ; below them was hung     a box of machinery, something like clock work ; it would go any time from ten minutes to six hours, after a line was pulled ; the person conducting it was to...

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To the PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

To the PUBLIC. A long subsisting scarcity of paper threatening at length to put a period to our publication; we are     reduced to the necessity of diminishing its size, as the only probable means of continuance until a sup-   ply may be received. The Public are aware, that   were this essential possibly to be procured, the price would of itself present no obstacle ; and we therefore trust, that the method thus necessarily resorted to in order to secure its uninterruped continuance will meet the public Approbation. Should the neces- sity for continuing this retrenchment exceed the ex- piration of the present quarter a reduction will be made in the amount of Subscriptions, of which no- tice will be given accordingly,  

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Further Accounts respecting the Malady at Gibraltar. LONDON, NOV. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

Further Accounts respecting the Malady at Gibraltar. LONDON, NOV. 11. Yesterday Government received accounts from Gibralter, so late, we understand, as the   20th ult. communicating the pleasing intelli- gence that the fever was rapidly subsiding. They convey also the most satisfactory assurances of the safety of the place against any possible attack from Spain, should his Catholic Majesty be en- couraged to such an enterprize by the weakened state of its garrison. We likewise received a Letter from an Officer of high rank at Gib- raltar, dated the 18th of October, of which the following is an extract. " I certainly think the worst of the disor- der is over ; the deaths, both Civil and Mili- tary, are much decreased. I was this morning through the Hospitals, and like the appearance of the sick ; they are getting better. I have no apprehension for the safety of the place ; a regular attack would require time and prepara- tion ; a coup de main may be attempted : but I thi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

NOTICE.- any Person wishing to con   tract with the & ORPHAN COMMITTEE for                       building a rough Stone Wall, around fuch part or the Orphan oufe as may be pointed out to             then, of 13 inches thick, and in feet in height, (and wishing to find the Stone for fuch), by the rod, are defired to deliver in their propofals     as foon as poffible to Mr. Stroud ; and as the prefent wall will require to be removed further 'from the Houfe, propofals will be received for         that purpo.c alfo   Commiffarys Office June 15, 1805, Every Perfson having Public .Claims, on Government are to give them into me on     &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

ON SALE,     At the House of Mrs. Rafferty, AN assortment of Silver Watches, 3 Time Pieces, Gold ings and Pins of the   best quality, Looking-glass Plate, a quantity of glass bottles or different kinds, window glass, rummers, small crewets, saltcellers,         best French Capers in bottles, twine, fans     various patterns. &c, &c.                                     WANTED, a sober, steady, and industrious   Man, as Cook in a Family. He must   be recommended for honesty ; and liberal wages will be allowed, Appiy to Mr James   Larra, Parromatta.             NOTICE. - IN consequence o...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 June 1805

SYDNEY           The prisoners for trial before the ensuing Criminal Court are, Richard Clifton, Joseph Birkin, John Montgomery and Frances Gallaghan for receiving stolen property; Thomas Shirley   and Jane Jones, for robbing their masters or   employers; Michael Cooney for burglary, and William Ball for a misdeameanor. The natives on Saturday last stripped the farm- house of William Knight, settler at Boston's Reach Portland Head. At about half past three in the afternoon none were visible, and the settler went with his man into an adjoining field; but were not many         paces from the house before they were alarmed   with the shouts of a number, who were rushing       at tne door, under cover of about a dozen, who with spears ...pped, cut off their communication.   Branch J...

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West-India Method of preserving Lime-juice. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

West-India Method of preserving Lime-juice.         Squeeze a sufficient number of lemons or limes to fill a pail or bucket that will contain four Gallons, into which [femare] about 3lbs. of chalk; let it ferment for two days, then rack it off; let it lay well covered one day longer; then rack   it off again and bottle it, leaving room in the bottle for a fourth proportion of Rum or Brandv, with   which if should be filled ; Cork well and seal ir   and it will keep 18 months perfectly fit for use.    

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

General Orders, As several Persons who are much indebted   to Government for a long period shew     little inclination to discharge their Debts, by re-         turning Wheat or Barley into the Public Stores ;   and as the time for sowing Wheat is nearly expired,     it is expected that those who are known to have a     Quantity of those Grains, as well as Hogs do lose   no time in paying their Debts. Otherwise legal       measures must be used, which will not be resorted     to but with much reluctance.       It having been suggested to the GOVERNOR,         that the Settler and others may have misconceived     the General Orders of the 5...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

Commissary's Offïce, June 15, 1805 Every Person having Public Claims on Government are to give them into me on or before the 1oth 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 1oth of July will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency, J. PALMER, Commissary. ADVERTISEMENT.-AN OFFICER having   as he presumes, some time ago lent the   2d, 3d, and 4th volume of the Universal His-     tory :-As the loss of the above renders in-       complete a very valuable and voluminous Work, it is requested that any person posses- sing the same will be pleased to give notice thereof to the Printer of this Paper. WHEREAS a number of Paling at different times have been taken away from the     fence inclosing the Orphan's (late Grose)     Farm ; whoever is detected...

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Observations on the New Zealand Flax, &c. FROM A LONDON PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

Observations on the New Zealand Flax, &c FROM A LONDON PAPER ,         We have already noticed the tenacity of the flax found in different islands in the Indian Seas and that the India Company had directed     some attention to the culture of the plant for the manufacture of cables, &c. In some recent experiments for ascertaining the com-                   parative strength of New Zealand flax, com- mon hemp : common flax, and some other filaments, all of equal diameter, the results were, New Zealand flax,- 23 5.11 ; common flax, II 3 4 ; and filaments of the aloe, 7.— Silk was greatly stronger than the rest being 34. The tension of these substances was af-         terwards ascertained by subjecting them, by slow degrees, to...

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Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

Gmrt of Griminal JurifdiSïhn, ' O»! TuafJav morning laft the Court afTemMed, .And o-Mceedel to the Tml ef Offenders ; «hen Thomas Shirley ftr*oal indicted fcp Healing a bat?»   snl a quantity of Ajs^r out of a Warenoufe he *îoni»nç: to Mr. S, Lord, in whofe feivics he livid ;as Oft 1er. Wm. Gordon bein<y called for the orofecunon ,de,*of<*d, tbit he had. at dirr'frent time« ohferved the prifiAïr goîiçr oat of the Wtrehoufe wherein the ifâg&r wasdipoired, with a cloth or baç, wnich he b-xd every re if M to fjf<»*.cT: contained fjjvar ; ,md on one os.-arnn particularly n^ticinç the pvrcel, ffipiof: i í: contained ¡gor 2 *l"»s. ; th.it m k ng h»$ f.uc»ici m* k i-i vn to M*. L^rd, toe door or the ft »»e m nu. wig fou id to h ive been foroks op:n, 8s tirerai vrholï tags milting. John Hennessie corroborated the abovf tcflirnony. Marr and Grey, constables, depofed that thrv '¡-.-?i "pur I y fcaicked \k*. "prifu-ner'a habitation, and for...

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SUNDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

SUNDAY MORNING. On Wednesday last HIS EXCELLENCY and           FAMILY left Town for Parramatta; His Excel-         ency resigning a visit to Hawkesbury and other     Agricultural Settlements prior to his Return. William Sherwin was yesterday brought before       a Bench of Magistrates, the term of his committal     for contempt having expired; and the Evidence         in his behalf being heard patiently throughout, together with all such remarks as he had to offer in his defence, the Bench were clearly of opinion,   that the sentence of the Bench of Magistrates held   at Parramatta was extremely lenient, requiring only a public Apology for his highly in erroneous and disrespectful treatment of the Comm...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

DIED.—Yesterday fo'nnight at Sydney, after a very long and painful illness, Mr. George Wells, late of Hawkesbury, settler. PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 June 1805

SYDNEY           Yesterday se'nnight the Farm of Abraham Yeou-   ler at Portland Head was attacked by a party of the Natives, who set fire to his Barn and Stacks, which we are sorry to hear were wholly consumed;   and after s??ing their mischievous inclination, ef-   fected their escape. Since the above period nine of these obstinate people have been apprehended and     conduced into Parramatta; when, so opposite was their treatment to that which their desperate conduct has taught them to expect, that several of   the number immediately made a voluntary tender of their services to guide a Party in quest of their infatuated kinsman who still wantonly continue to provoke hostility. For this service two were   accepted to go in search of Mosquetta, who with Branch Jack and one or two more of his desperate associates, still keeps the flame alive. The remain- &nbsp...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 July 1805

General Orders. THOSE MALE PRISONERS who are off the Store on Ticket of Leave are to attend at the following Places on FRIDAY NEXT, the     12th instant, at Ten o'Clock, with their old Cer- tificates, in order that they may be renewed, if       judged necessary, viz, SYDNEY and its Districts---At Government House ; PARRAMATTA and its Districts---At the Court House, Parramatta ;     HAWKSBURY and its Districts, including the   Nepean---At the Green Hills.   It is requisite that those by whom any part of them are employeddo attend.--. Anv Person neg     lecting this Notice will, on Conviction before a   Magistrate, be ordered to Government Labour, and co work Six Months in the Gaol-gang. rjrrFiE COMMISSARY is diieeled to i flue fhc .** following Proportion of Slop Cioathing totnofe at Government Libourat ihc t*f.j*¿tive STetJem.'im,. on. TucíJdav tr<e 17/h in...

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 July 1805

GENERAL ORDERS. The Natives, after giving up the Principal   in the late Outrages, having generally ex-   pressed a Desire to COME IN and many being on the Road from Hawkesbury and other Quarters to meet the Governor at Paramatta, NO MO-   LESTATION whatever is to be offered them in     ANY Part of the Colony--unless any of them should renew their late Acts, which is not proba- ble, as a RECONCILIATION will take place             with the Natives generally.   By Command of His Excellency,   Government House, G. BLAXCELL   Sydney ,July 7,1805 Acting Sec.   SHIP NEWs.---The Ferret South Whaler, to sail for England on or about the 12th instant, will   touch at St. Helena, to await convoy. CRAFT---On Friday morning came in from   Hawkesbury after a tedious passage,and b...

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