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

SYDNEY.           On Thursday His Excellency revisited   Parramatta by water.   The encouragement held out by Government to the introduction of exotic timber trees,   tends equally to useful and ornamental im-     provement. Our indigenous kinds are nume-     rous, and answer ordinary purposes ; but in     a climate so peculiarly favourable as well to     tropical productions as those of the northern             hemisphere, a few years may bestow upon us           every advantage of extensive and beautiful         variety. In the introduction of these, the ex-     tension of the orchard ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 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 to the Muster of yesterday, are ordered to Public Labour and to be sent to some other Settlements. 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.       By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, July 11, 1805. &nb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 August 1805

ON Sale at M. HAYES'S, Svdney, 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 jean's, a variety pf prints, frifli linens, napkins, table cloths, mus- lins, plain and embroidered fiîawls, handker-* chiefs, parafols, umbrellas, men's gloves, Ci\k, twid, tapes, thieads, nankeens, Jongclotbs, calimancoes, a few pieces of black'and other coloured filks, drawer, cupboard, and padlock", dew-pans and boilers, a large aflbrtmeut of brafs wire, gilt, metal and paper burtons, hortic flands, ead iron boxes with heaters, boot hocks japanned fmafFboxes, Ink dands, pen k ive?, di. ver fruit knives, diver pipe tops, ead but bin- ges, biais cocks, brafs hinge, complete fees of desk furniture, icrews, braiVgun hooks, pendant fcrew rings, drawer handhs, curtain ring«;, Prince's metal nail...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 August 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 swines- flesh to liquidate their debts at present. By command of His Excellency, J. Palmer, Commissary.         To be sold by auction by Mr. Lord, on Thursday the 22d instant, at the house   of Mr. James Larra, Parramatta, about 300   Sheep and Lambs, the property of Mr. THOS.   Hobby ; and which, for the accommodation   of purchasers, will be sold in Lots of ten or twenty each.- These Sheep are well known, to be of the first quality, both in regard to wool and breed. Six months credit will be given on security to be approved by the Pro-   prietor: or purchasers paying money down will be allowed the Colonial Discount. &nbsp...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 August 1805

General Orders. The GOVERNOR having received a Despatch   from the Right Honorable Earl CAMDEN,     HIS MAJESTY'S Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies, dated Oct 30, 1804 ; Re- quiring the fullest Information being trans- mitted for the Lords Committee of the Privy Council for Trade and Plantations : Respecting the Increase and Improvement of the Breeds of   Sheep, with the Growth and Improvement of Wool raised in this Territory ; His Lordship having also in the strongest manner recomen-   ded a general attention being paid to that im- portant national object - And as the most available and satisfactory     means of obtaining that information appears to be by Questions, tending to that object, being answered by the Proprietors, of which the fol-   lowing will be the leading Enquiries, viz   1. Have you any true bred Spanish Sheep in your Flocks? &nbsp...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 August 1805

SYDNEY.           On Monday morning last His EXCELLEN- CY made an excursion to the Cow Pasture     Plains, from Parramatta, accompanied by a   number of Officers Civil and Military; and     at five the same evening returned to Govern-    ment House to dinner.           A private Letter from Norfolk Island describes the extraordinary rise of the water that         took place the 8th of May last in the following     words. '' At half past three in the afternoon,     it being then almost low water, an   unprecedented efflux took place in the channel which though seldom containing less water than from 2 to 3 fathoms, in the space of two minutes were left dry, then the water flowing     suddenly, beat up against the Barracks, which are more than 20 yards beyond the high ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 August 1805

General Orders. Monday Next the 12th instant being the Anniversary of His Royal Highness the PRINCE of WALES'S Birth, His Majesty's   New South Wales Corps will fire Three Vollies at Noon ; after which, a Royal Salute     will be fired from the Battery at Dawes's       Point. At one o'clock His Majesty's ship Buffalo will fire a Royal Salute. The GOVERNOR has been pleased to ap- point JOHN HOUSTOUN Esq. Commander   of His Majesty's ship Bufalo, to be a Magis-   trate for the Territory and its Dependencies, and to act as Surrogate to the Vice Admiral   throughout the Dependencies.   By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec,     Government House, Parramatta,       August 9th, 1805.    

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Naval Action in the West Indies. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 August 1805

Naval Action in the West Indies. Yesterday we received a packet of Barba- does Papers to the 4th of August, inclusive, from one of which we extract the follow- -   ing article :- His Majesty's schooner St. Lucia, Captain   Bettesworth, arrived last night from Antigua ;     also the Byan mail boat. By these arrivals we learn the following particulars of a very gallant action between His Majesty's ship Hippomenes and the Bonaparte French brig, of 169 pounders and 146 men, in which the enemy owe their escape only to the misfortune of our ship's having too many foreigners on   board, whose dastard spirit made them shrink         from the action, His Majesty's ship Hippomenes, Captain M'Kenzie, cruising to windward of this island, fell in, in long. 5S. lat, l8. with the Boanparte brig, which, mistaking the Hippo- menes for an African ship (being disguished   p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 August 1805

Secretary's Office, Sydney, Aug. 9th 1805.         The undermentioned persons have His Ex-       cellency's permission to depart the colony, viz. Joshua M'Carthy, John Clements, Tho- mas Willington, John Burn, Robert Cox, Thomas Hill, William Bentley, William Jasterman Wood, William Numear, and   John Hewet.         All claims or Demands upon the above   named persons are to be forthwith presented       in writing at this Office.     By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. 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 ...

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From a London [?]per of Oct. 10, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 August 1805

From a London Paper of Oct. 10,     A passage, translated from an Indian Ma-   nuscr¡pt, written by a native Prince, and       published in the Bombay Gazette, proves that some of the Bramins many centries ago       were acquainted not only with the Cow-pock:, but with Vaccine Inoculation: that the ope-   ration was performed by means of impreg- nated thread, by the Bramins, who inoculate   only those children whose parents worshipped   the Bhowany, a female deity, the protectress of those who have the small pock. The   Goddess is generally represented riding on.     an ass ; the father of the child to be inocula ted brings her an offering of corn for her ass, and the ceremony is repeated as soon as the cow pock appears.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 August 1805

SYDNEY           On Monday, His EXCELLENCY left town for Parramatta and proceeded to Hawkesbury   on Thursday to be present at the Settlers'     Muster.     His Majesty's ship "Buffalo" will sail on Sunday next, the 18th instant, for Norfolk     Island, Hobart on the River Derwent, and   Port Dalrymple. The damage done to the wheat by the insect   within the stack is in many instances considerable     It may be remembered, that two   years ago the standing crops of this invaluable     grain were severely injured by an insect, which preyed chiefly on the stalk. The recollection of the above circumstance strongly     sanctions the suggestion that the present has formed from the larvae of the former, left upon the sta...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 August 1805

SHIP NEWS.             The Speedwell, Thompson, failed from Hawkesbury the latter end of last week for the       Coast of New Zealand. The Ferret lies in Ceres Cove to undergo repair. Remain with His Majesty's ship Buffalo the Argo, Brothers, Honduras Packet, Har- rington with Spanish vessels Estremina and St. Francisco and St. Paulo, and the Sydney. Market Report*-During the week wheat : had a rise in price, prime storeable samples reaching to 9s. a 10s. per bushel ; maize of , the best quality 3s. 6d. a 4s. inferior 3s., per ditto ; potatoes plentiful at. 6s, per 100lbs. ; vegetables thinly supplied and consequently dear ; good fowls sold at 2s. 6d, each, and other poultry in proportion.   A survey on the ship Ferret was taken     yesterday ; from the result of which we are   happy to state her damage to be slight ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

SHIP NEWS           On Wednesday came in from Hunter's Ri- ver his Majesty's colonial vessel Resource, with cedar plank, having completed the trip in three days and a half, the quickest yet made with a freight. As soon as the vessel was discharged she was hauled up in the Dock yard for the repair of her hull.     On Tuesday arrived from the same place the schooner Governor King and sloop Ra- ven, both with coals and cedar. The former sailed yesterday to return to King's Town. Remain as per last.  

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

General Orders. THE Commissary is directed to receive sound storeable shelled Maize of the forward     crop into His Majesty's Stores, -in part Pay- ment of Debts due to the Crown, from those who have not a sufficiency of Wheat or Swine's Flesh for that purpose.- Maize returned at Sydney and Parramatta 4s. per Bushel.   Ditto at Hawkesbury, 3s. 3d. per Bushel The Commissary and his Deputies being made responsible that no unsound Maize, or that of the later crop be received, care must be taken not to offer any in a damaged state, as it will be refused. And for the public accom- modation His EXCELLENCY directs, That   those who have a Debt exceeding 3o£ may pay a fourth in maize, Exceeding 20£ One Third ; Exceeding 5£ one Half ;   Under5£ Two Thirds.     The Debts which cannot be thus paid, or in a promised Proportion of Wheat or in Pork     for Salting, are to be paid ...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. " SIR, " Anxious to render any service in my power to the cultivator, I take an early op- portunity of forwarding the subjoined remarks, founded on the best authorities, on the spe- cies of insect whose ravages were lately no- ticed in the Sydney Gazettee.   " One of the insects most destructive to wheat is generally known as a butterfly, or false moth, found in all countries feeding on corn, and very much like the moth which preys on woolen cloths ; and ano- ther, the wheat caterpillar, rather smaller than the above, tho' some of these are larger and longer sha-     ped ; their class is that of the four winged phale- rae, or night butterfly. While in the state of but- terflies they take no food, their only function then being to procreate their species ; and therefore their ravages must be committed while they are ca-   terpillars. Messieurs Duhamel and Tillet, to whose researches Mankind are very much indebted, accu- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

Lost, from Captain ROWLEY'S Farm, a   large White Boar. Whoever will give     information to Captain ROWLEY where the animal is, or return him to the above-men- tioned Farm, shall receive a Gratuity of Half a gallon of Spirits. -Captain Rowley having some reason to suspect the Boar has been shot, offers a further Reward (should this actually have been the case) of Five Guineas to any Person who will give information that may bring the Offender or Offenders to convic tion. .... -.J.» MU i i i H -1 .» .. .i . ".. i Hpc be SOLD by Auction by Mr. LORD, -?- on Thurfday the 22d infVant, at the houu of Mr. James Larra, Parramatta, About 30a Sheep and Lambs, the property of Mr. THOS. HoBirY ; and which, for the accommodation , of purchafers, will be fold in Lots of ten or twenty each.-Thefe Sheep are well known to be of the fir it quality, both in regard t >r wool and breed. Al[o, Three ifeady working Bullocky the fmalleft of which will'weigh upward...

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Bench of Magistrates.-Aug. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

Bench of Magistrates.—Aug. 17. William Maley stood charged with a crime towards an infant between 5 and 6 years old, the nature of which is too abominable to be publicaly recorded. The parents of the child were present, and she herself related her simple tale thrice over without any contradiction;       other circumstances exactly corresponding with which and still strengthened by the offender's own expressions, left no possible doubt; where- fore he was sentenced to receive 300 lashes, and being a freeman, to labour five years for   the Crown. A charge of rape was set up against D. McKay by Elizabeth Blue, wife of William       Blue, a black man. The woman swore positively   to the fact; and her husband came forward       in support of the prosecution upon circumstantial   evidence, in which he entirely   &n...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

SYDNEY.           Monday last being the Anniversary of His   Royal Highness the PRINCE of WALES'S Birth, the usual Salutes were fired in honor of the day. At eight in the morning the Royal Stan- dard was hoisted for the first time at Fort Phillip, by Major JOHNSTON, Officer in Command, attended by Ensign Minchin, Chief Engineer, and other Officers of His   Majesty's New South Wales Corps. On Tuesday last His EXCELLENCY visited Cornwallis Place ; and the Muster of Settlers being concluded returned to Parramatta on Thursday. During the excursion made by His EXCEL- LENCY to the different Settlements, a prisoner preferred a formal complaint of the quality of the provision served ; in consequence of which he was taken to the store and ordered to esta- blish his point in the presence of two Magis- trates and the Storekeeper. It appearing, how- ever, that the murmur was without any co- lour whatsoeve...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 August 1805

NOTICE.           WANTED to be shipped on board the ship Sydney in the Cove, on or about the   10th September, from Two to Three   thousand Bushels of sound storeable wheat for the use of His Majesty's Settlement at Hobart Town, Van Deman's Land. Those who are not indebted to the Crown, who choose to run the risque of its being in good condition on its arrival at the Derwent may receive Nine Shillings a Bushel. For the quantity shipped   at the risque of Government no more than the Sydney price of 7s. 6s. per bushel will be   given. Payment will be ordered by Lieutenant Governor Collins, by bills at 90 days sight on the Lords Commisioners of His     Majesty's Treasury.   By Command of His Excellency, J. PALMER, Commissary. Government House, Parramatta, Aug. 19, 1805.           &...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

General Orders. THE Commissiary is directed to receive sound         storeable shelled Maize of the forward   crop into His Majesty's Stores, in part Pay     ment of Debts due to the Crown, from those who have not a sufficiency of Wheat or 'Swine's Flesh for that purpose. Maize returned at Sydney and Parramatta 4s. per Bushel.   Ditto at Hawkesbury, 3s- 3d. per Bushel. The Commissiary and his Deputies being made responsible that no unsound Maize, or   that of the later crop be received, care must be     taken not to offer any in a damaged state, as it will be refused. And for the public accom- modation His EXCELLENCY directs, That those who have a Debt exceeding 30£ may pay a fourth in maize, Exceeding 20£ One Third;   Exceeding 5£ One Half ;   Under 5£ Two Thirds.   The Debts which cannot be thus paid, ...

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