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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

----------------------------------                 FOR SALE, ON BOARD THE SHIP Bridgewater, WINE in Casks 150 gallons each, of the Vendonia flavour, at 7s. per gallon     Wine in Casks 120 gallons each, of the Ma deira flavour, at 9s. per gallon.-Not less than half a Cask to be disposed of   Porter of the first quality, warranted, a   Casks of 64 gallons, at 7I. 7s per cask Pale ale in Casks the fame size, warranted, at 8l. per cask Cheese in cases, Pines, Cheshire, double and single Gloucester, at 2s. per pound Hams at 2s. 6d. per Pound Soap in Boxes, 86s. per Hundred Weight Irish Linen in Boxes, from 1s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. per Yard Durants in Pieces from 20 to 30 Yards each, at 50s per Piece Lace on Cards, from 32 to 65 Yards, from 2s. to 7s. per Yard Earthen-ware in Table Sets, 242 Pieces plain,   at 6l. 10s. per set;...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

Just Imported per the Ship ROLLA, And to be Disposed of at a very low Rate to Wholesale Purchasers, THE FOLLOWING PRIVATE INVEST- MENT of approved GOODS, Viz.   2 Cases of Cutlery 1 Box of Do   3 Casks of Ironmongery 10 Do of Nails 3 Do of Sweedish Sheet-Iron 6 Tierces of Tin Ware 5 Bales of Canvas 1 Bale of Flanders Osnaburg   1 Do of White Shirting       1 Trunk of Stitching Thread     17 Cables of different sizes   4 Coils of Cordage   6 Matrasses, superfine Ticking       1 Trunk of Toy-ware, Hosiery, &c &c.     1 Do of sundry Wearables l Do of Cloathing 4 Do of Slop Do 50 Firkins of Butter 4 Boxes of Hats Applicants will be treated with at the house of Mr. Simeon Lord. Wanted. By Messrs. KABLE and UNDERWOOD,   An experienced MARINER, who under-  ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

TO BE SOLD By Private Contract, A CAPITAL and substantial DWELLING HOUSE with Attic Story, Kitchen and Wash-house and good Garden, containing   three Lemon Trees, two Orange ditto, a number of Early Newington Peach-trees and a capital Well, constantly supplied with excellent water, the Property and in the im-   mediate occupation of OWEN CONNOR. The above Premises are weather-boarded,             shingled, and glazed throughout, well si- tuate for Trade or Residence, on the ROCKS,   SYDNEY. For particulars apply to Owen Conner, 23     above,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

SALES BY AUCTION ON the PREMISES on THURSDAY the 26th Instant, and following DAYS, at 10 o'clock :   By Order of the TRUSTEES, and in con-   sequence of the Resolutions of a General           Meeting- of the CREDITORS of WILLIAM COX, Esq. held here on Wednesday last   pursuant to Advertisement.   The Estate of CANTERBURY, consist-   ing of Nine-Hundred Acres, pleasantly situ-           ate within Six Miles of Sydney, and from   its extent and vicinity to Town, it will be   come the most desirable and valuable FREE- HOLD in this Colony. Two FARMS at PROSPECT-HILL, of One Hundred Acres. One Do. adjoining the Town of PARRA-   MATTA of Ninety-four, and a Lease for building on, in the Township of Four Acres and upwards. About 20 Head of Cows, 2 Horses a num-...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 Hours and 15 Minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; And ADVER- TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

MARRIED. Yesterday fo'nnight, by the Rev. Mr. Dix- on, of the Church of Rome, Henry Simpson, shipwright, to Catharine Rourke, of the Rocks, Widow.   SYDNEY WHARF.—Yesterday morning came in five boats from Kissing Point, with vegetables, a few melons, pumpkins, maize, potatoes, and poultry. Large Pumpkins, 5s. to 6s. per dozen; potatoes 9s. to 10s. per   100lbs. Full-grown fowls 3s. half-grown  do. 1s. 6d. Maize dull of sale at store-house       price.

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

General Orders. ------------------------------------- HIS EXCELLENCY having appointed Mr. Thomas Moore, Master Boat Builder, to be   Surveyor of Timber throughout the Colony for Naval Purposes, neither him, or any Per-               son employed under his direction, is to be hin- dered or molested in marking, cutting down, and removing such Trees and Timber as he may fix on. By Command of His EXCELLENCY W.N. CHAPMAN, Sec.   Government House, May 7, 1803.

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Extracts from the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

Extracts from the latest English Papers. ----------------------------           A gentleman of Hull, since the commence- ment of the last year bought twenty-two   acres of land for 2350l. He has already sold   part of it for upwards of 12,000l. and though     he has laid out upwards of 2000l. in making capital roads and drains, his near profit, when the whole is wound up and sold, cannot be estimated at less than Twenty Thousand Pounds, a profit of nearly a thousand per   cent. What is still more remarkable is, that   that many of the purchasers have already sold for thirty, forty, and fifty per cent, ad-   vance ; and one, who laid out less than 500l. has sold above 1000 guineas advance; ano-   ther who laid out the same sum, has actually       refused the same profit. [Public Ledger, Oct. 5, 1802]   IMPROVEMENTS NEAR TEMPLE BAR. - - -      ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

SYDNEY. The appointment of Mr. Blaxcell as a De- puty Commissary, and the mode about to be adopted of issuing the Government Invest- ments in Barter for Grain, at each of the three principal Settlements, must be productive of the most beneficial consequences to the distant Settler ; as by such an arrangement the in- habitants of Parramatta, Hawkesbury, and their Districts, will be enabled to avail them- selves of the advantages offered by the In-   investments, without being subject to the fa- tigues, and necessary loss of time to which they have occasionally been expected. The articles mentioned in our last week's Paper to have been taken out of the passage boat and detained, were restored to the owners, upon a compensation being made to the seizors for the trouble they had been at. At one o'Clock on Friday morning the 6th         instant, an Out-house belonging to Mrs.         Cummings, laundress, was broke into and robbed of div...

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W. MORETON, WATCH-MAKE[?], GOLD[?]MITH, AND JEWELLER, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

_____________________________   W. MORETON,     WATCH-MAKER, GOLDSMITH, AND       JEWELLER,   RESPECTFULLY begs leave to offer his   Services in any of the above Branches, to     the Ladies and Gentlemen of Sydney and its       vicinity, assuring them of the usmost atten- tion. punctuality and expedition, in per-     forming their Commands, and upon such rea-     sonable terms as cannot fail of giving satis-   faction.   Miniatures mounted, Devices in Hair for   Rings, Pins, and Lockets:- Gold Chains,       Seals, Fancy Rings, Pins, Ear-rings, Neck-   lace, &c &c   Also is furnished with a variety of the fol- lowing articles belonging to Watch-work, of the best quality and newest patter...

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AXIOMS, Notified by Dr. LETTSOM, M. & L L D. respecting the COW-POCK, which Mr. JOHN SAVAGE, Assistant Surgeon of the Colony, is trying the Effects of on some of the Orphan Children, with the GOVERNOR and COMMITTEE'S Permission. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

A X I O M S, Notified by Dr. LETTSOM, M. & L L D. respecting the COW-POCK, which Mr.   JOHN SAVAGE, Assistant Surgeon of the     Colony, is trying the Effects of on some of the Orphan Children, with the GOVERNOR and COMMITTEE'S Permission.               I. It prevents the accession of the most fatal malady under heaven---the Variolous infec-   tion.   II. It is not infectious or contagious. III. It is believed, that it never has been fatal, and never will be. IV. It creates no blemish or mark, on the humane frame. V. It conveys no constitutional disease. It has indeed been calculated that, of 60,000 persons who have been inoculated with the Cow-pock, four have died. I cannot bring my imagination, from the experience I have   had, to conceive, that any healthy subject can die of a process which can hardly be called a disease ; or, in other words, t...

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Saturday, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

Saturday May 15 This morning, at an Examination before Richard Atkins, Esq. Judge Advocate, John Donnely stood charged by his Master with having obtained meat from a butcher in his name, and converting it to his own private purposes. The complaint was made in con- sequence of his insolence when accused ; and, as he conducted himself with similar impro- priety before the Judge Advocate, was com- mitted to prison. John Gee, a prisoner lately landed from the Glatton, and put in care of the Government Windmill, stood charged with having made away with 6 bushels of Wheat, entrusted to   him by private individual, and of which, as he could, give no account, he was remanded for further examination. Moses Roach was again brought up for examination, on a violent suspicion of rob- bing James Sparks of Wearing Apparel, &c. but as there was not sufficient evidence to       prove the fact, and another charge had been     exhibited against him, he was committed t...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY Monday---At 4 in the morning 20 m. past 4 in the afternoon Tuesday----40 m. past 4 in the morning       5 in the evening Wednes.---20 m. past 5 in the morning 40 m. past 5 in the evening Thursd.-- 6 in the morning   20 m. past 6 in the evening Friday -- 40 m. past 6 in the morning 7 in the evening Saturday-20 m. past 7 in the morning 40 m. past 7 at night Sunday -- 8 in the morning 20 m. past 8 at night.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 May 1803

      SHIP NEWS.    On Thursday arrived the Ship Rolla, Captain John Cummings, from Ireland with Prisoners of both sexes, viz. 119 Men and 37 Women: Seven of whom died on   the passage; and the day after her arrival landed some of those who were weakly,   at the General Hospital. She left Ireland the 4th of November, arrived at Rio de Janeiro on the 15th of January, sailed from thence the 6th of February, and in 95 days after came to an anchor in Port Jackson.   During the latter part of the passage she   experienced much bad weather; in the course   of which, she sprung her main-mast and     carried away her main-yard.   She brings, for the use of Government, 234 Tierces of Pork, 686 Casks of Flour, and 11 Tons of Sugar. Remain as before. - His Majesty's ship Glatton, with Venus, Gardner, and   Greenwich, Law, ready to sail.   BOATS. - On Monday arrived the Argument, Ward and Eaton owners; an...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 May 1803

FOR SALE, ON BOARD THE SHIP Bridgewater, THE UNDERMENTIONED GOODS, Viz.   WINE in Casks 150 gallons each, of the Ven- donia flavour, at 7s. per gallon Wine in Casks 120 gallons each, of the Ma-   deira flavour, 9s. per gallon. Not less   than half a Cask to be disposed of. Porter of the first quality, warranted, in casks of 64 gallons, 7l., 7s. per Cask. Pale Ale in casks the same size, warranted, 8l. per Cask. Cheese in Cases pines, Cheshire double and single Gloucester, 2s. per Pound Butter in Firkins, 1s. 6d. per lb. Hams, 2s. 6d. per lb. Soap in Boxes 86s. per Hundred Weight. Irish Linen in boxes, 1s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. pr yrd.     Durants in pieces from 28 to 30 yds each,   50s. per Piece. Lace on cards, from 32 to 65 yds, from 2s. to 7s. per yrd.   Earthenware in Table Sets, 242 Pieces plain,     6l. 10s. per Set ; & edged blue and green 12l. 12s. &n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 May 1803

THE following extensive ASSORTMENT of GOODS, Imported per the Ship   Rolla, Is Now Open for inspection and Sale, at the   House formally occupied by G. Crossley,   and will be disposed of on the most reason-   able Terms.   Cables, Cordage in coils and Canvas Hair Matrasses, super ticking Ladies cotton hose Gentlemen's plain and ribb'd ditto Ladies and Gentlemen's tan, beaver, and other Gloves Ladies Spanish and Morocco Shoes ditto Embroidered sandals Men's fine and stout shoes Shirts, plain and frilled Ditto, striped Norwich cotton     Swandown Waistcoats       Blue cloth Jackets Russia duck Trousers and red flannel shirts   Guernsey Frocks and scarlet and fawn caps Threads, Tapes and Bobbings     Shirt and other Button Moulds   Pins, Needles, and thimbles Japanned Ware assorted   Kettles w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 May 1803

SALES BY AUCTION. On the PREMISES, on THURSDAY next     the 26th Instant, and Following days, at Ten o'Clock, by order of the TRUSTEES,     and in consequence of the resolutions of a     GENERAL MEETING of the CREDITORS of   WILLIAM COX, Esq. held here on Wednesday last, pursuant to         Advertisement.     The Estate of CANTERBURY, consisting of Nine-Hundred acres, pleasantly situate       within Six Miles of Sydney, and from   its extent and vicinity to Town, it will   become the most desirable and valuable FREE-     HOLD in this Colony,   Two FARMS at PROSPECT-HILL, of One hundred Acres,     One Do. adjoining the Town of PARRA- MATTA of Ninety-four and a lease for building on in the T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 May 1803

DIED   In the month of March last at Parramatta, in the 64th year of his age, Mr. James Reid, settler at Portland-head, and lately an Officer in one of His Majesty's West-India Regi- ments.   SYDNEY WHARF.—Yesterday morning came in 4 boats from Kissing Point, with ve- getables, a few melons, maize, pumpkins, po- tatoes, and poultry. Maize went off tolera- bly at Store-house prices; large pumpkins 5s.   to 6s. per dozen; potatoes 10s, per 100lbs.   Full-grown fowls 3s. half-grown do. 1s. 6d.

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Extracts from the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 May 1803

Extracts from the latest English Papers. PEROUSE. -After the lapse of years, some   glimmering information has reached Europe           with respect to the fate of the French navi-     gator, Perouse. He failed on a voyage of discovery with two frigates and, after per-   forming part of his voyage, touched at Bo- tany Bay ; but from the period of his sailing     from New South Wales, no account was ever       received from him. A vessel was sent from     France in search of him, but in vain. At   length an American ship, which had traversed       the South Sea brought to the Mauritius in       Feb. last some information, which gives       strength to the conjecture that have been       formed of the unfortunate Navigator's having             been massacred with all ...

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Masonic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 May 1803

Masonic Meeting. On Monday last the persons taken out of   the house of Serjeant Whittle, on the night of Saturday preceding, were brought before a Bench of Magistrates, when Mr. Jamieson declared, that as a Magistrate sanctioned by an Order from His Excellency, he had gone with the Chief Constable, to the said   house about Nine in the evening, to ascer- tain whether such assembly was then held there, and finding it to be the case, had or- dered all persons of whom it was com-   posed, into the custody of the Peace Officers.   Mr Whittle being asked whether he had   been authorifed to suffer a meeting to be held in his house, replied, that he had made ap-     plication of the Lieutenant Governor, as his Colonel, for permission for a few friends to   meet in his house on that evening, and this   request had been acceded to.       The Magistrates thinking it requisite to         trouble Colonel Paterson with a message on       this occasion, the Gentleman personally at-         tende...

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