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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 November 1805

To be SOLD by AUCTION by Mr. BE- VAN, at his house in South-Street, Sydney, on Saturday the 23d of November Instant, at Ele- ven in the Forenoon, THE FOLLOWING PRO- PERTY, belonging to a Gentleman about to depart the Colony ; Comprising a Handsome Assort- ment of fine printed Calicoes, and some of inferior quality ; some pieces of No. 30 Long Cloth ; blue and brown Gurrahs, calico frilled Shirts, Duck Jack- ets, a new English Twine Fishing Sein, a quantity   of Sein Twine, and sewing ditto; a quantity of     English Hemp ; Shoe Brushes and Blacking Balls ; Brushes in sets ; best English Soal Leather ; Shag   Tobacco in baskets containing about 30lbs. each ; Four Hundred Weight of Leaf Tobacco a handsome and truly valuable FOWLING PIECE, six feet and   a half in length ; a pair of Capital Mirrors, and a quantitv of Wearing Apparel. The various Arti- cles will be divided into srnall lots, for the accom- modation of Priva...

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 — 17 November 1805

Sydney         ------------------------           Yesterday His Excellency issued direc- tions for a gang of men to be employed at the North Shore in procuring ship timber from a- mong the range of woods there. In conse-   quence of which a timber carriage with 8 draught bullocks were under the directions of   John Harris Esq. yesterday conveyed across in the Government punt, attended by a com- petent number of hands.     On Friday a party of the Military attended   by Mr. Redmond, and several constables went   round to Broken Bay, in order to make strict   search on board the ships lying there, the Ann   and Ann and Eliza, for persons who may     have found means to secrete themselves in those       v...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 November 1805

General Orders A Court of Criminal Jurisdiction will be holden at Sydney on Tuesday the 26th instant, for the   trial of such Offenders as maybe brought before   it, By Command of His Excellency,   G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec Government House.Sydney,Oct. 23, 1805.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 November 1805

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Wednesday night from Port Dalrymple, which she left the 15th instant,   His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson, Lieut. Symonds Commander ; and as the Buffalo had not arrived with the supplies ex- pected there from Norforlk Island, the Lady   Nelson will return to Port Dalrymple with a   cargo of Flour early in the next week, the set-     tlement being much in want of that article.   We are much concerned to report the great     loss that infant Colony has experienced during   the severe winter, in the death of so many of the valuable cows that were landed from the Sydney in March last from Calcutta. It appears that these cows were in most ex- cellent condition when landed ; and that every   care was paid to getting them under shelter, providing the best fodder, and bestowing   the utmost attention to them: but the change...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 November 1805

SYDNEY.           An investigation yesterday se'nnight took place at the Orphan House before the Rev. Mr. Marsden, THOMAS JAMISON and John HARRIS Esqrs. relative to a scandalous liberty taken with the character & reputation of one of the Orphans, by H. Simpson, who was   brought forward and accused on evidence ; he admitted that he had, without intention to prejudice used the words attributed to him,   which when spoken he supposed could not be credited, as the aspersion was in itself no less   false than ridiculous. By acknowledging the     offence though contrition were to be presumed, yet example was unfortunately necessary to the prevention of future scandalous and un- feeling attacks of the same kind. Upon the latter consideration he was sentenced 100 lashes, but upon the former, only half that punish- ment was inflicted ; and doubtless every...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 November 1805

NEW SOUTH WALES   COUNTY of { By PHILIP GIDLEY KING   CUMBERLAND { Esquire, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and o-   ver His Majesty's Territory   of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c, &c.   WHEREAS HIS MAJESTY by Letters Pa- tent, bearing date the 2d day of April in     the Year of Our Lord 1787, did commit the Custody of Ideots and Lunaticks to the Go-   vernor in Chief of this Territory for the time being. And whereas by a Precept under my Hand and Seal bearing date the Fourteenth Day of 0ctober, 1805, and directed to the Provost Marshall, requiring him to summon Twelve     good and lawful Men (being Freeholders), to   come before him at Parramatta to form a Jury to make enquiry upon view of examination of Charles Bishop, to say on their oaths whe- ther the said Charles Bishop is a Lunatick. &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 November 1805

    Secretary's Office, Nov, 16, 1806.     The undermentioned persons have obtained   His Excellency's permission to depart   for the Southward. By the Schooner Endeavour--Richard Gutteridge, John Thompson, George Johnson, John Mullins,   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.Blaxell. Acting Sec.         To be sold by Auction by Mr. David Bevan,         Tomorrow (being Monday the 25th in-     stant), at Mr. Laycock's Farm on the Parra- matta Road commonly called Home Bush, A number, of fine young Bullocks all fit for       draught, and some Cows and Heifers, payment for which wi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 December 1805

Secretary's Office, Nov. 30, 1805. The undermentioned persons have obtained His Excellency's permission to depart for the Southward. By the Endeavour-William Clark, Thomas Far- rell, Thomas.Miller, and John Wilbrow, Bv the Ceres,---Sarah Lawrence   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. PRINTED AT SYDNEY. AND ADVERTlSE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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To the PRINTER of the SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 December 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, As the following observations are designed for the information of those Farmers who act but do not think sufficiently, you will oblige a constant Reader by their early insertion. I remain, &c. Agricula. " At the present seaon when the prospect of our   crops are so unpromising, a few observations upon       the Cultivation of Wheat and Maize may not be deemed unnecessary. Whoever has minutely con- sidered the general state of society, as its support de- pends upon agriculture, must have been convinced   that the labour, expence, and risque of growing   wheat has in every Nation been too great to render it an article of common consumpion. The body     of the labouring class of subjects of no nation can     afford to maintain themselves and families with wheaten bread ; but are compelled to find other   substitutes such as oats, bar...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 December 1805

S Y D N E Y. By advices from King's Town it appears,   that the late hurricane did considerable damage   at that settlement, the gardens being totally   laid waste, and the entrances of the coal mines so completely filled with sand and rubbish, that much labour will be required to clear them. His Majesty's colonial vessel Resource on         Monday compleated her repairs, and was the day following floated off from the Dock Yard: she has since been rigged and equipped, and makes her first trip to Hawkesbury.   The colonial ship King George is this day expected to proceed on the sperm fishery off the coast of New Zealand. During the last fresh in the River Hawkes- bury, a salt boiler on Mullet Island was utterly astonished, that after four days incessiant labour       there appeared no symptom of granulation     &a...

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 December 1805

SHIP NEWS     Arrived the 27th instant His Majesty's ship     Buffalo, last from Hobart Town, for which settlement she had taken on board a small     quantity of provisions from Norfolk Island, in case   the wind should not be favourable for making Port   Dalrymple first, with the people, provisions and stock she had received at Norfolk Island for   that settlement. - She arrived at Norfolk Island the 5th of September; sailed the 16 of October; and arrived at Hobart Town the 6th of November.   From thence she sailed for Port Dalrymple the 10th; but on the 13th encounered the   late heavy gales of wind, of rather hurricane,   which disabled the ship so much in her hull, masts rigging, and sails, making 16       inches of water an hour, that Capt. HOUSTON was reluctantly compelled to bear up for this   Port, without ta...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 December 1805

General Orders. THE Governor confiders it highly expedí-   ent to recommend the Strictest attention   to Cultivators to Secure theirStacks and other Property from Fires, which prevail fo much at this Season of the year.   His Excellency at the Same time calls to recollection, and enjoins obedience to the Older of the 15th of October, 1801, of which the following is a Copy : "No person whatever is to Set fire to any " Stubble, without giving his neighbours suf-   " ficient notice; and not then, until every " person is prepared by having their wheat " stacked and secured.-Should any person " neglect this neccesary Regulation, and any   " property be destroyed thereby, they will on   " conviction be obliged to make good all losses     " sustained by such neglect. - No persons " whatever are to smoke pipes or light fires * near any wheat stacks, either public or pri- vate." 'By Comman...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 December 1805

-----------------------------------------       Commissary's Office, Nov. 30, 1805.   In consideration of the great loss sustatined in   the Crops of Wheat by the severe Blights,     Smut, and Rust, as well as the damage done     by the late floods to that growing at the South   Creek, HIS EXCELLENCY has directed that   Wheat and Maize continue to be received into   His Majesty's Store at the same Prices on the     respective Accounts as were allowed last year.   English Barley, well cleaned from the haulm,       will be received into the Stores in discharge of Government Debts, and for Payment to those     who are not indebted to the Crown, at the fol-   lowing Rates, to be delivered into His Majes- ty's Store at ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 December 1805

T osT on Sunday evening, about the Green -^ Hills, Hawkeíbury, a half- bred Bull Bitch', anfwers to rive name Of Rife, colour pale yellow with fomc white : e¿rs eropt and tail cut; foi mci ly the piopcrtv of Hau'l.tti the tinker, afterwards of Sam. Phelps (known   by the name of Dick the Needle').-Whoever lias found her, and will bring her to me ?t Hawkeíbury, fhail be handiomeiy rewaidej for ihcir trouble : but any psrfon detaining her 'dftLV this notice will be piofccutcd accorv ivi* to b.w. Nicholas Bayh , 'Pke following ihcu.ii^s .ne tobe difpoícd or ?*? bv Piivatj Conti a J:, a.id nmudiate poi fffion eiven : - A Ur^e .< nd cxteniive Concern ia Jt i A¡T7L ROW, mi'oluring in fn nt of tne ilrrrt í ¡ro fee ii j'.nd in o e r c h- a^o. This Concern is wrr ray the arti Füion oí* anv re i fon i nell ed to com nienc« dluj,?Îî5 Wring aireño y ífubhfh'd. rJV.e j Koufe and Cfo-ifís command an extenfive view, and á-e laid out in a modern il s le. Tne Ga re: em is wel...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 December 1805

General Orders. THE Governor considers it highly expedi- ent to recommend the strictest attention to Cultivators to secure their Stacks and other property from Fires, which prevail so much at this season of the year.   His Excellency at the same time calls to recollection, and enjoins obedience to the Order of the 15th of October, 1801, of which     the following is a Copy : " No. person whatever is to set fire to any   " stubble, without giving his neighbours suf- " ficient notice ; and not then, until every " person is prepared by having their wheat " stacked, and secured.-Should any person   " neglect this necessary Regulation, and any " property be destroyed thereby, they will on " conviction be obliged to make good all losses   " sustained by such neglect.--No persons " whatever are to smoke pipes or light fires     " near any wheat stacks, either public or pri- " vate,"' By ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 December 1805

Commissary's office, Nov. 30, 1805. In consideration of the great loss sustained in the Crops of Wheat by the severe Blights, ;Smut, and Rust, as well as the damage done   by the late Floods to that growing at the South Creek, HIS EXCELLENCY has directed that   Wheat and Maize continue to be received into His Majesty's Store at the same Prices on the   respective Accounts as were allowed last year.   English Barley, well cleaned from the haulm, will be receivcd into the Stores in discharge of Government Debts, and for Payment to those   who are not indebted to the Crown, at the   following Rates, to be delivered into His Majesty's   Store at Sydney, Parramatta, and       Hawkesbury, - viz. At Sydney and Parramatta 6s. 9d. per Bushel;   At Hawkesbury Six Shillings per ditto.   By Command of His Excellency, J. PALMER, Commissary. &...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 December 1805

SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday arrived from Bass's Straits the schooner Governor Hunter, with 300 skins procured after she left Hobart, the 4th of   November. She lay in Storm-bay at the mouth of the Derwent when His Majesty's ship   Buffalo entered the river and passed her at night unperceived. She afterwards proceeded       to Oyster Bay, and visited several islands, but could not stay to procure more than the above complement of skins, having disposed at the Derwent of the provisions taken down for the supply of her sealing gang, in consequence of their having abandoned the place upon a   pretex of being out of provisions, though they left behind them upwards of a hundred weight of rice, which was found and taken on board. The Ceres south whaler was last week   hauled up near the Hospital wharf for the   purpose of fitting on a new fore-foot.

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ADVICE TO FARMERS-concluded. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 December 1805

A D VICE T O F A R M E R'S --concluded.       " I am of opinion that the period is not far distant, when the inhabitants of this colony in   general will be compelled to live principally upon maize in lieu of wheat, because a sufi- cent quantity of the latter cannot be raised     for the support of the settlement by those at present employed in agriculture. The labour- ing people are now become few in number, compared with what they formerly were, and are still daily diminishing by emigrations in     vessels bound for Europe, America, and the   fishery, or for dependent settlements ; and as the grazing stock increases, others must be   withdrawn from the purposes of agriculture in order to attend them : for supposing the in- crease of sheep during the present year to amount to 8000, this addition will require 40 men above the former complement ; and black...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 December 1805

SYDNEY         Mr. McMillan, Acting Surgeon of His Majesty's ship Buffalo, procured some of the Vaccine Matter of Mr. Wentworth, Surgeon at Norfolk Island: and having bestowed       every care and attention in inoculating several children and others on the passage from thence to Hobart Town, he had the satisfaction to be assured before he left that settlement of his having fully succeeded in communicating so inestimable a blessing; and as Mr. McMillan has been so fortunate as to succeed in bringing the virus here, it is hoped an attention to Mr. Jamison's Advertisement will secure a   continuance of its benefits to these settlements. A fine boy between three and four years old died on Sunday night last, in consequence of his getting access to a bottle of spirits unperceived, of which he drank so great a quantiy as to throw him into immediate stupor, which     was succ...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 December 1805

lo the Printer ef the Sydney>Gazette; Sin, An object of much serions reflexion offers in the habits likely to bo contracted by many of our young females from the profligate part of their own sex wich whom they are imprudently permitted to associate. Í witness with regret their approach to womanhood without evincing those sentiments which separate the virtuous from the unchaste ; without the faul ¡eli dc-ti 1 of being considered as infamous as their coompanions, though some are old enough to be   sensible ofa danger to which so indiscreet an intercourse must eventually expose them. The   consequences certain of resulting from the fla- grant breach of paternal duly that suffered such an intimacy to form few parents can plead ig- norance of : and there can be little doubt that in procefs of time the upbraidings of a conloi euee attributing the destruction of a daughter to           &nb...

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