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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 July 1805

t! on Gommijfarfs Office, June 15, 1805 T.P Very Per fon having Public Claims o *--' Government arc to ^ive them into rae o. or betane the loth of July, that they may be finally lctlcd by the 20th of July, for the Ouarter endino- on the 70ih Inftant. No Claims that aie made after the 10th of July will be attended to. by Command of His Excellency, J. PALMER, CommiJfarVt Commiffhrfs Officr, July b, 1805. f\N Moiday the 15th inirant will be djfpofed ^ of infmali Lots at His Majefty's Pro vifion Stsres at Sydney, a Quantity of con- demned Wet and Dry Proviiions ; for which Payment will be required ia March Quarter ncÄi eiiíuing, in oiuuabic Wheat ; tne i ur chafers to .ivetacuniy foi the fame befare the Lets aieiemoved, for which Len L)«iys uid be allowed ; and if not then taken away the iWchafer or his lui ely to become liable foe the Payment of onc-fouithVric pifrC¿i**Íc3rino^^ ney, and thtfLots rcloid.' B/ Con»tn«i>il of Hil Eret llene v* | V \[ MrV<¡ ' "iinnfi^?^, SEAL...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 July 1805

NOTICE.- lt is requested that all those who have not paid their Quit Rents due to the Crown on Grants and Leases of Land up to the 25th of September last, do forthwith settle the same with me, in order that I may pass my Accounts. Sydney, D.VID DICKONSON MANN, July 6 h, 1805, Collector. NOTICE.- THE PROVOST MARSHAL will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION (by Vir-     tue of Execution , on the Premises at Con- cord, on Wednesday next the 10th instant at Twelve O'Clock, the effects of William   Morgan, viz. 1 cow and calf, 4 goats, 1 ewe, 1 breeding mare, 30 pigs, a quantity ot poul- try, a quantity or maize, and a farm. - Pay- ment to be made in cash or good wheat.   TO be SOLD by AUCTION (by Virtue of Execution), on Thursday next, the 11th Instant upon the Premises of John Chapman Morris, at Hawkesbury, Four very fine Breeding Sows, 18 pigs in good condition, and   a Number of Young ditto. ... Payment to be made in storeable wheat...

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

SYDNEY.           His EXCELLENCY returned to Town on   Thursday by water ; and on Friday issued instruct- ions requiring that the several Natives of New Zealand, Otaheite, &c. brought to this place by different Vessels and employed as servants, should be assembled at Government House ; where they   were separately interrogated by the GOVERNOR   in person on the subject of the treatment they ex-     perienced from their different Employers ; and at the same time assured of immediate redress to any improper usage they might now or hereafter com- plain of, as they were to consider themselves free, and consequently at liberty to serve whom they   prefered, or to return to their native homes when-       ever it should be their inclination. To such as might be disposed to receive instruction in useful ...

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Extracts from London Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 July 1805

Extracts from London Papers. Eighty five Officers, Soldiers and Sailors of an Enghih ship have arrived at Fort Fitch, near Metz. During their march from B cit, they had the insolence every day after dinner and supper to drink   to the health of GEORGE III; when this conduct     caused the "Gens d'armes" to prevent them from   having wine to their meals, they drank their King's health in water. Is not this a ridiculous fanaticism!   " Journal des Deseasers"   Two persons were lately sentenced to be shot at   Grenoble for asserting a coffee house that the only men who had a right to the throne of France were LOUIS XVIII and SAMPSON, the execu       tioner who beheaded LOUIS XVI. They were tried with 150 refraétsry coufciiuCi, and executed the same day. FLLEGAL COM3l.VAr[JN..-Salter, B:rrv, Muc/ieil, ''-V.'ignr, and Ncfck, five J<-urreymrr> iïi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 July 1805

S Y D N E Y. ' On Sunday last His EXCELLENCY left Town   for Parramatta, and returned again on Wednesday, Two Otaheitans availing themselves of     His EXCELLENCY'S offer to have them in- structed in useful trades, are at this time un- der the care one of the Superintendant of Smiths, the other that of the Carpenters, and appear highly pleased in the prospect of carrying those useful branches into their na- tive Country. Among the numerous benefits arising from discovery, surely none can be more truly gratifying to a liberal Nation than that of improving the condition of the Dis- covered, and alleviating their natural wants by instructing them in the means of providing for their future comforts. On Friday last the following distressing accident occurred upon the Rocks ;---A fine boy nearly   four years of age, son of Esther Smith, was be-   tween 8 and 9 in the morning left in the house with another about the same age ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 July 1805

Caution.-All persons are forbidden tres- passing with any kind of flock upon the   Farm of THOMAS JONES, (a quantity of grain now standing thereon) ; as should any such be found the flock will be sent to the Orphan House, and     the Owners prosecuted with all possible severity. A11 pe;fons cutting ti'ubcr &c on >nc abuvc Prerni ks will alk be profecuuk---N. 3. The abov Farm is fituat*. in the diliiicT of Elftem F.r.-ns bounded by Everett's on the North.; ana -known hy the name of j mrs'« Far ii ---Periods giving in- fo: m 4t ion of tief}, affis hcicaftcr-coininitiej to Da- niel M'KM' v-I 11 be libara!.1 v r; warded. Julv 13, i8oq. ALL pcrions holding legal Claims on the Eifole and EiFeck of the kite Mr. George Wells of Hawkefbury, dsceafed, are required to Í refent the fame to Daniel M'Kay of Syd- ney, on or before the 30th of the prcicnt moiuh : and fuc> perTons JMS ftand indebted to the Effate of the deceafed are abo requeued t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 July 1805

N O T I C E. THE whole of the Male Prisoners who have the Indulgence of holding Tickets of Leave are to assemble on Tuesday Morning next at Nine o'Clock, in the Lumber Yard, Sydney, and at the Court-House Parramatta (or able Substitutes for such as may require Leave to be absent), in order to perform a Task in the Repair of the Public Roads, of 35 rods each Man during the ensuing week. Those at Hawhesbury to attend for the repa- ration of those roads when called upon.   The Road to be 18 feet in the clear, with a Ditch on each side ; and it is clearly to be un- derstood that they will not be allowed to re- turn until the whole of the Task is finished. By Command of His Excellency,       G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, July 13 1805 N O T I C E.   AT a Meeting of the Officers and principal   Inhabitants at Sydney this Day, to take     into Consideration the most e...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 July 1805

General Orders.     SEVERAL of the Prisoners under Sentence of the Law who have been indulged with     Permission to be off the Stores on Tickets of Leave, having neglected to attend the Muster of Yesterday, are ordered to Public Labour, and to be sent to some other Set- tlements. As several Prisoners who have been allowed to be taken off the Stores by Individuals are let out to hire and otherwise secreted ; If such     Prisoners are not immediately given up by the person employing them, or secreting those who   are no longer with the persons to whom they were originally assigned, such person will incur     the penalties already ordered ; and the Prisoner   consenting thereto will receive a severe corpo-   ral punishment,     HIS EXCELLENCY has been pleased to ap-       point JO...

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Account of a late Disaster at Mile End New Town—From the Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 July 1805

Account of a late Disaster at Mile End New Town-From the Courier.     By the shocking accident, which we men- tioned yesterday, of two houses falling in, 35 persons were buried in the ruins. The houses were Nos, 33 and 34, in Dunk street. In the first house were five families, besides lodgers,         and in the second about the same number. The Surveyor of the district, as well as the Landlord of the premises, gave notice to the inhabitants, some weeks ago, to quit, as their lives were not thought safe ; and on Monday several of the poor sufferers had looked out     for dwellings to remove to, but failing of success, -were under the necessity of remaining   where they were. As soon as the neighbours were recovered from the alarm which so dis- mal an accident occasioned, they set to work to clear away the rubbish, with the laudable intention of saving as many lives as...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 July 1805

S Y D N E Y On Monday His EXCELLENCY returned to Town from Parramatta. The Ticket of leave men assembled in the Lumber Yard last Tuesday in obedience to General Orders, and were directed to re-assem ble on Monday (tomorrow) in order to pro ceed to the repair of the roads, with an espe cial indulgence to such as might choose to avail themselves of it, of being permitted to send   substitutes in their stead. In consequence of the Invitation made to the Inhabitants by     the Officers composing the Committee for ta       king into consideration the state of the Roads   a subscription has been very generally entered   into, and supported with a spirit & liberality which reflect credit to the subscribers. The   Government Gangs Commenced the work last Monday, and have been kept assiduously employed the whole week. A few pheasants were brought in on Monday by a pers...

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SELECTIONS FROM LONDON PAPERS TO THE 14th OF OCTOBER LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 July 1805

SELECTIONS FROM LONDON PAPERS TO THE 14th OF OCTOBER LAST. Another valuable fleet from Jamaica has just arrived, consisting of 73 sail, which left   the island on the 27th of July, under convoy     o f l'Hercule and two frigates.         Admiral THORNBOROUGH arrived at Yar-               mouth the 7th of Octobcr in an ill state of   health, having resigned the command of the   North Sea Fleet to Admiral RUSSELL. On the night of the 11th inst. the Jackall, while watching the division of the enemy's flotilla in Dunkirk Roads, had the boldness to pass through the whole of that division, con- sisting of 32 vessels.     Col. SHRAPNELL, at Woolwich, has made an improvement in the construction of shells, by which, on exploding they discharge a large &n...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 July 1805

General Orders. Several of the prisoners under Sentence of the Law who have been indulged with   Permision to be off the Stores on Tickets of Leave, having neglected to attend the muster of yesterday, are ordered to Public Labour, and to be sent to some other Set- tlements. As several prisoners who have been allowed to be taken off the Stores by Individuals are let out to hire and otherwise secreted ; if such Prisoners are not immediately given up by the person employing them, or secreting those who are no longer with the persons to whom they were originally assigned, such person will incur the penalties already ordered ; and the Prisoner comenting thereto will receive a severe corpo- ral punishment,   By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, July 13, 1805. Secretary's Office, Sydney, July 19,1805. The undermentioned Persons have HIS EX-   CELLENCY'S Permission to proceed to Eng-   England in...

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SUNDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 July 1805

SUNDAY MORNING.   Last evening arrived the Honduras Packet,   Captain Buncker, last from Bass's Straits.     His Majesty's Ship Buffalo is fitting, and will sail for Norfolk Island, Hobart Town, and Port Dalrymple about the 12th of August, with People,       Provisions, Stock, &c. for those Settlements.   When the Governor Hunter was on the   eve of departure from Hobart, a boat belonging to the settlement was taken away by a prisoner of the name of Stuart, accompanied by three   others. Suspecting their design to make an attack upon the vessel, His Honor the Lieut. Governor directed a party of the military to accompany her down the river; and when at   the distance of 90 miles from the settlement,           the fugitives hove in sight as expected, and   going along-side, demanded a rope; this wa...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 July 1805

SHIP NEWS.             On Tuesday arrived the American ship                             Brothers, Captain WORTH, from Nantucket, the 17th of December left for the southern fishery, and has procured 200 barrels of sperm   oil. She passed the south Cape the 12th of May, and during the last month sustained severe damage from successive heavy gales. On the 12th ultimo she spoke the Adonis, Capt. Turnbull, in lat. 26° 30' S. off Cape   Morton, and lost sight of her on the 14th in a heavy squall. The day following encountered a tremendous hurricane between Cape   Morton and Double Island Point; during the continuance of which her trey works were carried away in endeavouring to get clear of the land, four boa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 July 1805

NOTICE.       AT a Meeting of the Officers and principal   inhabitants at Sydney this day, to take   into consideration the most effectual means of                 carrying into execution the Repairs of the Roads between Sydney, Parramatta, and the Hawkesbury, the following Resolutions were agreed to, viz. First, To recommend it to the inhabitants to raise a Voluntary Contribution, in order to defray the expense,of the fame, in addition to the labour of the Ticket of Leave men, and other aids given by His Excellency the GO- VERNOR on the part of Government. 2dly, To nominate' a Committee oí Nine OiEcers to Tu perintend'and carry into effcit the Rciolutitns cf the Meering ; five to be j appointed at Sydrîey; two at Parramatta ; and j two at the Hawkesbury. , M The following OiEcers were appointed, viz, u For Sydney Mi...

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Miscellanies selected from the Observer of the 16th of last October. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 July 1805

Miscellanies selected from the Observer of the 16th of last October.         By letters from Barracoa (Cuba) to the middle of August, we learn that the French privateers con-       tinued to send in their American and owner neu-   tral vessels, and after smuggling their cargoes on shore, or otherwise disposing of them, to tow out         the vessels to sea to be sunk or burned.   A Gibralter paper of the 9th of October, states that such is the scarcity of provisions in Spain, that many thousands in the interior have peri- shed through want. Considerable orders have been received from Spain for grain ; one house at Cadiz ordered nine thousand barrels of flour, but our ports are       closed against exportation. A sloop, commanded by Homer, was wrecked early in August, on her pass...

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From an American Paper. Washington.—Nov. 23, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 July 1805

From an American Paper.   Washington.—Nov. 23, 1804.         " In the House of Representatives this day, the     Committee to whom was reported that part of the   President's Message which relates to the unauthori-         sed arming of merchant ships, asked leave to re- port by Bill, which being granted, a bill, entitled " an act regulating the clearance of armed merchant     vessels," was read twice, and committed to a com- mittee of the whole house, for Monday next. This     bill enacts that no armed merchant vessel, or hav-   ing on board materials by which they could arm at       sea, shall be permitted to clear out from the ports of the United States, until bonds and securities are given, to the amount of cargo and vessel...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 July 1805

ON Sale at M. Hayes's, Sydney, the Fol-   lowing Articles, the Residue of an In- vestment ,viz. embossed cloths, fancy waistcoat   pieces, shoes, stockings, bombazettes, men's   hats, tollinets, printed quiltings, Marseilles quiltings, white and coloured jeans, a variety of prints, fresh linens, napkins, table cloths, mus lins, plain and embossed shawls, hander- chiefs, parasols, umbrellas, men's golves, silk   twist, tapes, threads, nankeens, longcloths,   calimancoes, a few pieces of black and other                       coloured silks, drawer, cupboard, and padlocks, stew-pans and boilers, a large assortment of brass wire, gilt, metal and paper buttons, bottle stands, cast iron boxes with heaters, boot hooks, japanned snuff boxes, ink stands, pen knives, sil- ver fruit knives...

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SUNDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 July 1805

SUNDAY MORNING. The plan suggested for the repair of the Roads         throughout the Colony is such as to promise lasting       benefits to its inhabitants and will not barely alleviate but totally go away the prodigious inconvenience to       which the traveller has for some time past been             subjected from their impaired condition. The     subscription entered into for this laudable and truly desirable purpose is almost general; and will doubtless           be wholly so before the expiration of the present   week, The universal utility of its object is a   sufficient stimulant to liberallity. PORT NEWS. - Remain in the Cove with His Majesty's ship Buffalo, the ships Argo, Sydney,   Honduras Packet and American Ship Brothers;    ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 July 1805

Commissary's Office, July 27, 1805.   Storeable maize will be received into His                                               Majesty's Stores at Sydney and Parramatta         in payment of government debts on Fridays, from those who have not wheat or swine's - flesh to liquidate their debts at present.   By Command of His Excellency,     J. Palmer, Commissary.   Strayed from Major Johnston's farm, near Sydney, a grey mare, aged. Any   person bringing the said mare to Major John- ston will be liberally rewarded : but if kept up after this notice, the person offe...

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