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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 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 4 s. 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 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, or in a promised Proportion of Wheat or in Pork for Salting, are to be pa...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 September 1805

WHEREAS, some person or persons did on the night of Friday last feloniously break   into an out house of RICHARD ATKINS Esq.   and steal from thence sundry articles, among which were, a pair of long Reins with pla- led buckles, a spade and one goose. Who-   ever will give information to convict ,the said offender or offenders will be handsomely re- warded by Richard Atkins Esq.   Thomas Ward (and not Wade, as errone- ously stated last week) of Richmond Hill,   settler, hereby cautions, the public against ac- crediting Elizabeth Buller on his acount, as no debts she may contract will be discharged     by him.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 September 1805

To be be SOLD by Auction by Mr. S. LORD, on Monday the 23d of September instant,   at the House of Mr. JAMES LARRA, at Parra-       matta, the undermentioned Farm, Stock, Household       Furniture, &c. and for the accommodation of the   Public Six Months Credit will be given.   A Fify Acre Farm situate at Prospect, and known     by the name of Sidaway's Farm ; about 30 acres clear, with good shingled Dwelling house, Sheep         shed 76 feet by 16, and Pig-styes, &c complete.--     Also, 12 acres of Wheat. which the purchaser of the Farm is to take at a valuation, with the other parts of the Crop, is will be explained at the time of Sale. The stock Consists of 1 Mare, 1 Horse,and two       Geldings, with about ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 September 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 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, or in a promised Proportion of Wheat or in Pork for Salting, are to be paid by wheat in the March Quarter, 1806. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. &nb...

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SUNDAY, SEPT. 15, 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 September 1805

SUNDAY SEPT. 15, 1805. Yesterday morning the signal was made at       South Head for a small colonial vessel in sight not yet arrived. A cause was yesterday brought before the Civil Court, which, although trivial in itself, must never- theless be deemed of high consideration to persons       engaged in the Southern Fishery. John Morris, a sealer on a ......ieth(?fiftieth) lay, sued to recover the sum of 13 l. of Messrs Kable and Underwood, as the balance of a credit which he stated he ought in justice to   have received upon 5000 skins presented by 17 men, seven of whom belonged to a gang in which we was employed, and entered in the same article of inden- ture. From the statements before the Court the Question for its consideration appeared to be, whe-       ther the persons who had quitted one Gang and   joined another were not .... (?still)...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 September 1805

SYDNEY.           On Monday last a Civil Court assembled, and   adjourned to Friday; when Writs and Capias's were .   issued ; and noon that and following day several light cases were heard On Friday morning last a Coroner's Inquest was held on the body of an infant that had died during the night, supposed to be overlaid- verdict Accidental Death.   John Stewart a deserter from the Honduras     Packet, surrendered himself on Monday evening last to a boatman in Government service, and was lodged in the county gaol. During the last week the Portuguese seamen deserted from the Argo were apprehended, and   lodged in gaol, but at the request of Capt. Bader returned on board the vessel. A man was a few days since apprehended on suspicion of a heinous assault upon an   infant : the complaint to be investigated before a Bench of magistra...

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SHIP NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 September 1805

SHIP NEWS,     On Friday arrived from Hawkesbury with grain the Richmond. Yesterday sailed for ditto the Bee,   Improvement, and Hawkesbury. The Argo, Captain Bader, sails this morning for the Coast of New Zealand. The Governor Hunter to sail next week for Hobart, freighted by Government with wheat for the use of that settlement.   Secretary's Office. Sept. 14. 1805. THE Undermentioned persons have obtained HIS EXCELLENCY'S Permission to depart   the Colony; viz. For the Southward   John Gurnsey John Bone Kearns Dann     Patrick Davey Sam Thompson Christ. Mahon   Per Ship Honduras Packet   Ann M'Donnaugh and Daniel Gilmore       All Claims or Demands on any of the above   named persons are forthwith to be presented in writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec.

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

GENERAL ORDERS. -------- In addition to former General Orders, res- pecting Swine found unyoked or unrang.   Those Orders are once more repeated, that   the industry of Individuals in gardening may not be defeated. And any Swine taken near the Battery at Dawes's Point, straying near the Guard, or rooting the turf up, contrary to the above Orders, will on proof before a Magistrate be awarded to the guard on duly. A Court of Criminal Jurisdiction will as- semble at Sydney on Friday next, the 27th instant at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.   By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting, Sec, Government House, Sydney, Sept. 22nd 1805  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

Ä^ft ftS^ è*?^t%Qm ^W^^ ^W\^'^H '^rt^rWlV^ F/ A N ' I E D, 4 Shepherd, and alfo a Herdfman : aclive men are require 1, as good Wa¿es will be given.i apply to xivi Printer, ! J \ ^ "-- ^ rporbe HOLD by nu-lion by M>\ S. L( RD,' .*. on ivior.ddt. (lo moiiowl at ine '^d<e ut Air. James La.id, «t Panamartii, <, c under« mentioned Fa) m, Stock, HoutholdFui mta.s, ¿Vc. and fot the accom nodation- of the 'Pub- lie fix mouths cieJ:twill be given. >< A íiíiy-acrc faun fituate at iVoipcir* <and known bv the name of Sidaway\> farm; about 30 acics clear, with gopaVíhii gàcd dwelling häufe, fheep íhed 7 b feet by Í&, and pig Rye:, otc. compile. Alfo, 12 aces* of wheat, which the purchafei of the fàn*i is to take at a vab:-ation, with theotluir paus of the cr&p, as will be explained at the Lime of ii-le. "1 h: Sîock conflit- of 1 mare, 1 hoi fe, and two golding , with about 140 nead oribee^, ' 20 fi ie breeding lows, about iifty...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

SHIP NEWS         Sailed for England on Thursday, the Hon duras Packet, with a weight of skins and   oil, for the London market. Her Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson is expected to sail for Port Darymple the en-         suing week, with provision for the use of His Majesty's Settlement. On Sunday ___ returned fromthe South   ward, the schooner Marcia, having encoun-   tered long contrary winds, and unable to makeher place of destination in consequence.   The schooner Governor Hunter will shortly sail for Hobart. Remain with the above the American Ship Brothers, Ceres South whaler, Sydney, Harrington brig, and Spanish vessels.

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

ACCIDENT.     On Friday last a lascar belonging to the Sydney unfortunately had his leg broken in stowing the Government timber on board   that vessel. He was immediately ordered to be received into the General Hospital, where     every possible attention is paid to his reco- very.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

N O T I C E. To be Let for three months certain, and to   be continued if the Proprietor has no     occasion for it, A roomy five stalled Stable, with a loft, Cow Stable, and Chaise House. The terms will be, to quit the premises at a quarter's Notice; to keep and give up the   piemises in as good repair as when entered on; and the only payment required will be the manure for the use of the adjoining garden. For a view of the premises, and   other particulars, apply to Serjeant Wha- lan, at Colonel PATERSON'S. Sydney, Sept. 22d. 1805. . Comimffurf s O fee, St.pt. 5, 1S05. T^Vcry Perfon having public Claims oa -^ Government aie to give them in to mc on or befoie the ioth of Uirober, that th¿y maybe frally fettled by the 20th of Oc. for the Quarter ending on the 30th inilant. NO Claims that aie «lade after the loth of October will be attended to. J. PALMER, Cottimißari NOTICE       &...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

SYDNEY. On Tuesday John Newton, a Gentleman^s servant was taken before a Bench of Magis-   trates, and charged by Joseph Morley with stealing a pig his property, of which Jonathan Horral was the purchaser. The former was apprehended about a week before, and in the     interim made the later acquainted with the circumstance of the pig's being stolen ; at the same time tendering to him back the payment, estimated at 20s. upon condition of     the pig's being restored to the owner, in which case he hoped "n0 further harm would come of it :" but Horral, not altogether relishing the notion of jobbing without its profit, con-   sidered this a favourable occasion for enhan- cing the value of his purchase to thirtyshillings   with which, as " it was likely to turn out a bad job," the other was forced to comply. The complainant had, however, adopted     proper steps, and the M...

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REPORT OF The State of HIS MAJESTY'S Flock of Finewooled spanish Sheep for the year enaing Michaelma[?] 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

REPORT OF The State of His Majesty's flock of fine- wooled Spanish sheep for the year ending     Michaelmas, 1803. BY THE RIGHT HON. SIR JOSEPH BANKS. "The Wether Lambs of the last year hav- ing been sold in their Wool, and the Rams' Wool retained, in order that two years Growth might be prepared for sale together, His MAJESTY's Spanish Flock consisted, when shorn in June 1802, of ninety-six Ewes only; the fleeces of these, after having     been washed on the sheep's backs as usual weighed as follows:   in wool as shorn from the sheep 352 lbs     loss in scowering 96 lbs             amoutn of scowered wool 256 lbs.   This wool, when sorted, produced as follows:   Prime Wool, or. R. 221lbs, at 5s. 9d   £63 10 0         &...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

POSTSCRIPT.   On Monday His EXCELLENCY made a visit to Parramatta, and the day following returned to town.     The whole of the ship timber procured by the convicts at public labour, under the in- spection of Mr. Moore, consisting of 160   pieces, estimated to contain above 4000 so-       lid feet consigncd to the Navy Board, has been shipped on board the Sydney. This is ihe best and most valuable collection of timber ever sent from the Colony, being for   the major part well calculated for the most   important uses in ship building,   The Sydney has also received a quantity   , of iron stone in order that a fair experiment may be made in England of the quality of that native production.   A late detection of palpable imposition is the purhase of swine by the sleelyard, expo- ses a chicanery to which such as are not naturally add...

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HIGH WATR at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY       for the ensuing week. Monday. - 30 m past 9 in the morning       53 m past 9 at night   Tuesday. - 75(sic) m past 10 in the forenoon 38 m past 10 at night   Wednes. - 11 in the forenoon       38 m past 11 at night Thursda. - 45 m past 11 at night Friday. - 12 m past 12 in the morning 35 m past 12 at noon Saturday - 58 m past 12 in the morning 20 m past 1 in the afternoon Sunday. - 48 m past 1 in the morning 5 m past 2 in the afternoon High water at Parramatta 1hour 15 minutes after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

                        NEW SOUTH WALES CORPS.             The Committee of Paymastership will     consolidate their Pay Notes for this       Quarter the 30th Instant at major John-     ston's Barrack, at 10 o'clock in the morning.   Sydney, Sept. 22d, 1805. NOTICE.           AT a Meeting of the Trustees and Cre-     ditors of Mr. WILLIAM Cox, held this 19th day of September, 1805, they came to the following Resolutions, and directed   the same to be carried into effect. That the Trust Deed which expires this day be further continued for the term of...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

BENCH of MAGISTRATES.   SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. Daniel Gilmore, for going on board a vessel about to sail, without a Certificate au-   thorising him to do so, was ordered to Castle Hill ; as were also, Shirley, Brown, Widdison, for attempting       their escape from the Colony.   James Parker, for aiding and abetting Widdison in his said attempt, and for blas-   phemous expressions, was sentenced fify lashes and to be likewise sent to Castle     Hill. William Wilson, for stealing, having been     already corporally punished, was ordered thi- ther for the space of one year; and John Flynn, for an infamous attempt upon a child, was ordered 50 lashes, and to work at the above settlement. James Daily, committed from Hawkesbury for a rape on a child eight years old, under- went a short examination, and was remanded. William Miller, for the wilful murder of Bridget Horan, was l...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 September 1805

General Orders. THE Commissary is direcled 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. 'I'he Commisary 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 damped state, as it will be refused. And for the public accom-     modation Hiss 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, or in a promised Proportion of Wheat or in Po...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 September 1805

General Orders. THE New South Wales Corps, under arms, are to attend the Execution of the Crimi-   nal sentenced to die, at ten in the forenoon of Monday the 30th instant.   By Command of His Excellency,     G, BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney. Sept. 29, 1805   Judge Advocate's Office. Sept. 28, 1805.   THE Court of Civil Jurisdiction will assemble for Despatch of Business, on Monday the   21st of October next.-Writs, Capias's, and, Summonses will continue tobe issued till the 12th, and will be made returnable at the above   time : Of which all Plaintiffs and Defendants are required to take notice. RICH. ATKINS, Judge Advocate. Secretary's Office, Sept. 28, 18o6. THE undermentioned persons have obtained   His EXCELLENCY'S Pcrmission to depart the Colony by the Fly colonial vessel, the necessary bond being duly executed, viz. John Townley Richard Verrier ...

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