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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 January 1806

General Orders. THE Debts due to the Crown from individuals for articles they have so liberally been accom- modated with from the Annual and Extra supplies amounting to a considerable sum ; and as there are many that shew little inclination to prepare their Grain for liquidating those Debts, some of which   were contracted six years ago ; and as payment has not hitherto been enforced by any coercive means, under the faith of repeated promises.     Those who are thus indebted are required to make         good their respective payments, in Wheat, Barley,   Maize, Swine's Flesh, or Copper Coin into His Ma-   jesty's Stores during the ensuing Quarter ; in failure or which the Commissary is directed to take the legal mode of recovering those Debts that remain   unpaid. And it is to be understood that those who have been furnished with Oxen, and Breeding Stock ...

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 — 12 January 1806

SYDNEY.     On Thursday sailed the Sophia with provi- sions for His Majesty's Settlements on Van Diemen's Land, and to proceed on the fishery. The Ceres, about to depart for England, is expected hourly to sail.   The Court of Civil Jurisdiction assembled on     Wednesday, and adjourned to Monday next             (tomorrow).             An obstinate fracas between two well known           natives, MUSQUITO and young MIROUR, took place in front of the Military Barracks on Thursday     owing to the former having in a fit of intoxication dreadfully wounding young PIGEON, a boy with a             &amp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 January 1806

Commissary's Office, Dec. 31, 1805.   The Governor having been pleased at the last General Muster to direct a proportion of the several Debts due by Individuals to the Crown to be conditionally discharged, for the reasons specified against each person's name on the Voucher, in case that measure should be approved by His Majesty's Government, it is to be understood, that only the remaining Balance of those Debts will be demanded, un- til an Approval of the above Discharges is re- ceived from England. By Command of Commissary's Office, Jan. 31, 1805.         Every person having Public Claims on Government are to give them into me on or before the 15th of January inst. That they may be finally settled by the 20th, for the Quarter ending the 31st December. No claims that are made after the 20th of January will be attended to. By Command of His Excellencey, J. Palmer. Commissary. SEALED TENDERS are required to be offered to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 January 1806

NOTICE.—As the time allowed for the set- tlement of all Mr. Simeon Lord's Ac-   counts pro and con. is expired, and numbers yet remain unsettled, he requests that all such may be forthwith balanced ; when such as are indebted and are unable immediately to liqui-     date such debts will receive the indulgence of one or two months on giving security, as he has a particular wsh to finally settle his ac- counts: and such as do not come forward for   that purpose on or before the 1oth of Febru- ary next, legal measures of recovery will be   resorted to. NOTICE. Mr. JAMES LARRA, Administrator   to the Effects of the late Thos. Smyth Esq. Provost Marshal of this Territory, necessed, requires         all those who have Claims on the Effects to prove   their Debts before the Court of Civil Jurisdiction in order that they may receive an equal dividend...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 January 1806

Commissary's Office, Jan. 11, 1805 Every person having Public Claims on Go-   venment are to give them in to me im-   mediately, that they may be finally settled for the Quarter ending the 31st December last.—   No claims that are not made forthwith will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency, J. PALMER, Commissary.         To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Bevan, at the house of Mr. Larra, at Parramatta, on Wednesday the 22d inst. at eleven in the forenoon, 287 Sheep, male and female, in lots of ten each, for the accommodation of pur- chasers.—Payment to be made in copper coin or approved bills within twelve months ; for which good security will be required. NOTICE.—MR. MANN will be at Hawkes- bury on Tuesday the 28th instant to col lect the Quit Rents due to the Crown in those   Districts : and it is requested persons so stand- ing indebted will attend at the house of Mr. &...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 January 1806

General Orders.       From the incitements used by different People to   induce SOLDIERS and SEAMEN belonging to       His Majesty's Service, and SERVANTS to contract     DEBTS they are unable to pay, and who have in two late instances committed Frauds to gratify the Avarice of Retail Venders of Spirits, the fol- lowing Extract from the General Order of the   27th of October, 1800, is repeated; of which every   person throughout the Territory and its Dependen-   cies to take notice: --       "No Trust or Credit is to be given to any Per-   " son whatever for Liquors or any other Tavern "Reckonings, in any Sum exceeding Twenty     "Shillings, under the Penalty of losing such Debt ;     " And in case they should presume to sue an...

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 January 1806

TO THE PUBLIC. " I finally address the parents of children in this Colony, on a subject which is of much more importance to them than they seem to conceive it.--It is an object of the first impor- tance, as it has no less in view than the pre- servation of the lives of the rising generation of this Colony. In adopting the rneasures held out of inoculating their children with the Cow Pock, in order to prevent the fatality which must attend their having the natural Small Pox ; it being ascertained beyond a doubt, that the inoculation with the vaccine virus is an effectual preventative against that     dreadful and loathsome malady ; I conceive it ought to be one of the most serious considera- tions that can well occupy the mind of a tender parent, who has the well being of his infant       offspring at heart, and wishes to discharge that christian duty which is incumbent on them, in adopting every measure to preserve the...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 January 1806

SYDNEY. Yesterday being the Anniversary of cele- brating HER MAJESTY's Birth, the usual honors were paid to the day. HIS EXCELLENCY made a visit to Parra-   matta on Friday, and returned this morning. The thunder storm on Saturday last was       sensibly felt at the settlements adjacent to Par-     ramatta : at Seven Hills several cows and oxen belonging to Government were severely affec-       ted, and 3 calves struck dead by the same flash. On the night of Last Sunday se'nnight Ame- lia Rixon, the wife of a private in the New   South Wales Corps, was safely delivered of   three infants, two of whom are living, and have a very promising appearance.     The present crop of potatoes has turned out very abundant; insomuch that the prices of the best kinds were yesterday rarely above 4s. per 100lbs. The seasonable rains at the latte...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 February 1806

  General Orders. FOR the reasons stated in the Commissary's   Notice of the 30th of last March, His     Excellency is pleased to direct, That wheat delivered into His Majesty's Stores before the       1st of next March on payment of Government       Debts be received at Nine Shillings and three       pence per Bushel at Hawkesbury, and Ten Shil- lings at Sydney and Parramatta.—The wheat   delivered for payment by those who owe no         Government Debts to continue at the same price as last year. For the further accommodation of the     Hawkesbury Settlers, a Boat is going round   with Bags, and an Overseer to collect the Wheat       due to Government ; and as an expense will at- tend the people who row the boat,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 February 1806

                COURT of Civil Jurisdictions. - All Perons who have causes pending, or are otherwise                                 interested in the OPENING of the said Court are required to take Notice, that notwithstan- ding the Advertisement dated "Judge Adve-       cate's Office, Jan. 28," contained in the front page of this Paper, it has been subsequently found necessary further to Postpone the Opening   of the said Court to the 17th Instant.         ?? '^TimKE^ '-mPWoùÇ'ai Hl^TïïbTrTwiiS 7k ' V V . . - ' t '?? .'?-, Tu 1 W. i-ir¿,ne . ne i.^rh ú\? juii:>rv, rmwfrr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 February 1806

Commissary's Office, Jan. 31st. 1806.       FOR Sale by Public Auction at the Provision   Store, Sydney, on Monday the 10th of   February instant, at, 11 in the forenoon, a       quantity of Damaged Provisions and Cloathing. Also the GOVERNOR'S old Gig, a Whale Boat   and Pinnace. The conditions of Sale to be, 20 percent, paid at           the time of Sales the term in or before the lots are cleared out, which must be within ten days, in cop- per coin, or in grain or swine flesh turned into the   respective stores.     By Command of His Excellency, PALMER, Comissary. Judge Advocate's Office, Jan. 28, 1806.                     THE Court of...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 February 1806

SHIP NEWS.         On Tuesday the 28th ultimo arrived the   Raven with a freight of skins procured in the straits. Arrived on Thursday the 23d ultimo the     Sydney, Capt. Forest, last from Hobart,       whither she arrived from Norfolk Island with stock, provisions, &c. - Passenger First Lieut.   JOHNSTON of the Royal Marines, with     despatches.       On Friday the 24th ult. sailed for England   the Ceres, Captain Sharpe. Same day arrived the Venus from the           Penantipodes, with a few skins, having left Mr.       Stuart, the master, with a gang of men for the purpose of sealing. On Wednesday last returned from His Majesty's settlement at Port Dalrymple the schooner   Estramina, commanded by Acting Lieutenant     OXLEY, having sailed from thence the...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 February 1806

SYDNEY.           Court of Criminal Jurisdiction.—Yesterday   at 10 o'clock the Court assembled, and proceeded to try   Thomas Baker, John Roberts, and Thomas       England, private soldiers, and James Keating, cooper of the stores, for feloniously breaking into 3 casks of provisions at His Majesty's   Settlement at Port Dalrymple, on the 18th of   January ultimo, and stealing from thence 35 lbs.   of Pork, the property of the Crown. Evidence   being called   John Harris deposed, that between 8 and 9   in the evening of the day bove name he saw     the prisoners Roberts and Keating close to a   cask of pork in front of the store; that he also saw Roberts hold a bag open, and Keating   throw into it a quantity of meat; that Roberts   went with it to the house of Keat...

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COLONIAL ALMANACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 February 1806

COLONIAL     ALMANACK.   We beg to inform the Subscribers that as   the completion of the publication was delayed by the want of paper only, we have at length       succeeded in the endeavour to obviate the dif-   ficulty by the purchase of a sufficient quantity of post paper; which will enable us to fulfil our promise without further hindrance. --The Subscribers who presented their names to Mr. Larra, at Paramatta, are informed that their Almanacks were deposited with him, for delivery when called for.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 February 1806

WHERAS John Murphy and John Baling have for several months past absented   themselves from public labour, and are suspected       to have taken to the woods, to subsist by plunder,     This is therefore to require all persons through-         out the Territory to aid and abet the Police in apprehending or causing to be apprehended the said Absentees; and the same time strictly       to caution Settlers and all other persons against   harbouring, encouraging, secreeting, or em- ploying either of the said Absentees, on pain     of the full penalties being levied without respect     to any circumftances that may be urged in extenuation of a breach of a public order that   has so frequently been explained.     &amp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 February 1806

FARM TO LET.   To be Let and entered on the 1st of March next, on a Lease for three Years, Captain       M'Kenar's Farm, adjoining Cornwallis Place. Particulars may be known on application to     Mr. Wm. Cox at the Hawkesbury. JOHN PALMER, } Treasu-   Wm. COX. } rers.   All those who stand indebted to the Con-   cern of BASS and BISHOP are requested   forthwith to discharge the same to Thomas Jamison Esq. a final Settlement becoming ab-   solutely necessary. Should this Advirtisement   not be attended to, Mr. Jamison, as Attorney     to Mr. Bass, will be reluctantly necessitated to deposit the papers transmitted to him by Mich, Hayes, in the hands of the Provost Marshal     with an exact statement Attached of the respec- tive Debts due to the above Concern, that legal measures may be adopted for enforcing payment &am...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 February 1806

General Orders. NOTWITHSTANDING the Indulgence exten- ded by the General Orders of the 21st of   December last limiting the payment of Debts due from Individuals to the Crown to the 31st   of next March and by the General Order of the 29th (??) inst. allowing an add'tional price for Wheat turned into the Stores in liquidation of   such Debts, It has been represented to His EXCELLENCY that Several of the Settlers are threshing out that Grain, and disposmg of it to individuals, without appropriating any part thereof in discharge of their Government Debts; and however unwilling the Governor is to di- rect any coercive measures being used, yet as   such conduct connot be passed over with impu- nity. and without subjecting the Garrison and   those victualled from the public Stores to a ve- ry considerably reduced Ration, that part of the     General Order of the 21st of December, limi- &nbs...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 February 1806

SYDNEY                   The Court of Civil Jurisdiction assembles   tomorrow for despatch of business.   At a Bench of Magistrates convened on Wednesday the 5th instant several settlers were brought forward to answer to a charge of giving employment to Thomas Desmond, a prisoner absconded from public labour and re- repeatedly advertised. Three were fined in the sum of 5£ each to the Orphans ; and Joseph     Wright in the sum of 20£; but from lenient motives the Bench were pleased to remit the one half the latter penalty. It is needless to remark on the consequences of an indiscretion to which the magistrates have on all occasions testified a just aversion. The plea in such cases set up in extenuation by the defaulter can- not possibly obtain ; for although it may be supposed natural that the fugitive should at- temp...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 February 1806

SHIP NEWS. On Friday morning came in a six oar'd cutter belonging to the ship Tellicherry, with       information that Captain CURZONS, apprehending detention from contrary winds, had dispatched         her from the Straits with advices to His   EXCELLENCY of his approach; and yesterday     morning the ship entered the Heads, with 126 male, and 35 female convicts from Ireland, having only lost four men on the passage. In the evening 31 convalescents were brought on   shore, and received into the General Hospital, all the others being in good health.               At six this morning boats were in readiness to take the prisoners from on board; and at   seven they left the ship for Parramatta. The Tellicherry took her departure from   the Cov...

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Extract from a London Paper of July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 February 1806

Extract from a London Paper of July 12. Admiral Russel is cruising of the Texel, with the Majestic, Namur, Antelope, Malabar, and St. Alban's.   A letter from a sailor onboard His Majesty's ship La Chiffonne, to his father in Glasgow,     dated off Fecamp, June 11th, says, " About four o'clock yesterday morning we perceived an enemy's squadron, of six armed brigs, three merchant brigs, 11 armed luggers, and seven   sloops, in all twenty seven sail, coming out of Havre de Grace, with the intention of proceed- ing to Bologne. At half past nine we brought them to action, and, notwithstanding their be- ing protected by numerous batteries, and flying artillery along the shore, we so mauled them, that they were glad to anchor, in a very shat- tered state, off the town of Fecamp ; out of twenty-seven sail only 18 came to anchor, the rest were sunk or blow up. We were so close- ly engaged that we could see the men jump into the sea and swim ashore. They must have l...

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