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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 February 1806

S Y D N E Y. The Civil Court met for despatch of busi- ness on Monday, and continued its sittings un- til Wednesday ; upon which day judgement went by default against such plaintiffs and de-   fendants as neglected to appear ; and several suits were dismissed through non attendance of     either party. The only cause of public import we remarked was, an action brought for the     recovery of 12l. upon a note of hand which was adduced in support of the claim. This note was drawn in favour of the plaintiff, dated in   the year 1802, and never out of the plaintiff's   possession ; wherefore he considered, that as he had desisted from giving trouble to the drawer for so long a period, he might with propriety look for the payment. The defendant, an un- informed man, who appeared but little ac-   quainted with mercantile or other forms, ac- knowledged the note to be once valid; but at t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 February 1806

ADVERTISEMENT. Whereas my House at Hawkesbury was on   Tuesday night the 14th of Jan. between the hours of 10 and 11 broke into and robbed of the following property, viz. A double cased   Gold stop Watch, capp'd and jewelled, gold       hands, and dial plate cracked, maker's name Thomas Harper, of London, No. 302 ; a single cased French Silver Watch, 2 bolts of dove-co-     loured Ribband, 2 Silver thimbles, about a     pound of of white thread, and a quantity of pins. Any person bringing to conviction the offender or Offenders shall receive a Rewad of Twenty       Guineas ; And to an Accomplice who shall     make voluntary declaration to a Magistrate     whereby any other may be convicted, a further   Reward of Fifty Guineas will be paid. THOS. BIGGERS. &nb...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 February 1806

Secretary's Office, February 20, 18o6. The undermentioned person has obtained His   EXCELLENCY'S permission to depart the       Colony. In the Schooner Contest-William Henry.     All claims or demands on the above-named person are forthwith to be presented in Writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec Whereas Articles of Agreement have been     entered into between Matthew Goolder and myself whereby the said Goolder hath by indenture bound himself to serve me for the space of 12 calendar months from the present period : I do therefore strictly caution all per- sons soever against giving credit to the said   Goolder, under supposition of being paid by me : and I do further require and enjoin, that no person whatever shall during the said term of 12 calendar months attempt to seduce the said Goolder from my Employ; on pain of prose- cu...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 February 1806

SHIP NEWS. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~         Yesterday afternoon came into the Cove the ship Star, Captain BIERNEY, of 119 tons, and mounting 6 carriage guns, on a sealing and whaling voyage. She sailed from the River Thames early in October last, touched at the   Island of St. Jago, and made the passage in lit- tle better than four months. She brings a useful investment of numerous articles, of the   manifesto of which we are favoured with the following transcript:–           "Medicines, leather, harness and sadlery,   ironmongery, spades and shovels, joiners and     carpenters' planes, forge bellows, long saws, buttons, nails and spikes, vyses and anvils, bar, rod, sheet, and hoop iron, steel, earthen   ware, printed linens woollen cloths and flannels, glass ware, cheese, hams butter,     hosIery, hats, stationary, paper hangings, corks, g...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 February 1806

MARRIED On Saturday the 15th instant, by special License.   Mr. SAMUEL RODMAN CHACE to Miss MARI-     ANNE LÆTITIA COLLINS.        

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

-.General Orders. ÏT having been reprsented to the Governor,   that a quantity of Hemp and Flax Yarn has been purloined from the Manufactory at Parra- matta, and fold at fifteen (hillings a pound, any perfon purchasing Hemp or Flax Yarn otherwife   than as pointed out in, the Commissary's Notice of this date will be profecuted for receiving stolen Goods belonging to His Majeily. ¥ % X T H E R E a s M'uheal Call a ghan d id, at the laft *v diftribution of Certificates to thole who "have fcrved their Terms of Tranfportation, perfonarc Owen Nugent, and obtained a Certiñ 'cats, Every perfon is cautioned again ft em- ploying the {¿id Michael Callaghan or Owen Jaugent after the 4th inilant, 011 pain of being preiecutêd .for employing Conviih at Govern in en t labour, anr perfon delivering the (aid Impoftor to the Chief Con (table at Sydney will k- receive a Reward equal to Two Pounds S-tcyv ¿leg. .By Command of His FxccllencVs, S, BLAXCELL, A&mg-8ec, Guvc...

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LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 March 1806

LONDON PAPERS. Being favoured with the perusal of several     Nos. of the London Gazette, some of which   so recent as the latter end of September, we present our Readers with the following ex- tracts therefrom, to which we confine our- selves, while we have the pleasure to remark, that they abound in valiant exploits achieved by His Majesty's cruisers,which tend emi-   nently to evince our Naval superiority, and   increase the lustre of the British Arms. The London Gazette for Saturday the 27th   of July last contains the names of 13 armed   vessels captured from the enemy or destroyed, by His Majesty's ships and vessels on the Ja-   maica station from the 1st of March to the 1st of June 1805, besides the re-capture of four     American and three British vessels. Aug. 17-Contains the details of an action between His Majesty's ship St. Fiorenzo, Captain L...

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

Commissary's Office, March 1st 1806.     His EXCELLENCY has been pleased to direct         that the Prisoners at Government Labour   at Parramatta and Castle Hill be suppllied with   Potatoes in lieu of their Ration of Maize until       further Orders, in the proportion of three pounds of potatoes for one pound of maize.   The Deputy Commissaries at Sydney and       Parramatta are directed to recieve good Potatoes       from those owing Government Debts at five   shillings for one hundred weight of 112lbs.     Several Prisoners employed in the Manufac- tory having been detected in purloining the   Flax and Hemp Yarn and selling it for the ex-   tortionate price of Fifteen Shillings a Pound...

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

SYDNEY     During the last, three days there has been a very violent and heavy gal of wind from SE. E. and N E. accompanied wiih delugs of rain. It is hoped the Lady Nelson. which failed on Tuesday last the 25th ult. may have got into     Broken Bay. In the height of the gale His Majesty's Ship Buffalo parted the morning bri- dle ; but fortunately the only anchor and cable the had brought her up within half her length   of the rocks: from which peiilous situation she was relieved and secured by the attention of Captain Curzons of the Tilhcherry trans- port, who immediately furnished Capt, Hou   iloun wirh ananchor and cable and made a vo- luntary tender of his services, with the use of every thing on board his vessel.   A few days since a poor infant lost a finger owing to the edge of a chissel falling upon it, which severed it at the lower joiint.     Innocent Amusem...

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

INVESTMENT IMPORTED IN THE STAR. ON Tuesday morning next will be open to Inspection and Sale at the House of Mr.   David Bevan, the following Articles all       which are of the first quality : Ladies and Gen-   tlemen's superfine other broad cloths, men and boy's beaver hats, hosiary and perfumery,   stationary, flannels and printed linens, paper- hangings, boots and shoes, sole and upper leather, fine hams, buttons and corks, sadlery and har- ness, paint brushes, steel and ironmongery of all   kinds, spike and other nails, hoop rod and bar   iron, forge bellows, and carpenters' planes.   Payment on delivery oí the articles will be required, in approved sterling b....., or dollars at five shillings each; and Purchasers to the amount of 100£ will be accommodated with three months credit on good security. Notice.-The Trustees and Creditors to   Mr. W. Cox'...

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

SYDNEY GAZETTE. In addition to our last week's report relative   to the progress of the war, we learn from Capt. BIERNEY that a British squadron of 15 ships of     the line commanded by Sir R. Calder had encountered a combined fleet of the Enemy off Ferrol, consisting of 20 line of battle ships,     which were defeated with the loss of two ships   viz. the St. Rafael of 84, and Firma of 74 guns, captured by Sir R. CALDER. From the same authority we also announce   the capture by His Majesty's ship Phoenix, Captain Baker, of La Didon French frigate     of 44 guns, and 330 men, after a well-fought       action of three hours. This is a remarkable   fine, as well as the fastest sailing frigate in   the French Navy; and her resistance was truly   honourable to her officers and crew. The Phoenix lost a Lieutenant, Master'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 March 1806

N O T I C E.   The Remainder of the rich and capital Invest- ment imported in the Ship Star, will con-     tinue to be Sold by Auction by Mr. Bevan at   his house in South Street, on Monday next (to-         morrow) and following days till the whole shall be sold off.     To be Sold by Private Contract, a small Herd comprising Ten Head of beautiful Bengal     spotted Deer, the property of a private Gen-   tleman.--Price ten guineas a head. Gentle-   men desirous of purchasing are requested to ap- ply to G. Howe for Reference to the proprie-   tor.   Now on Sale at the house of Wm. Baker,   Settler, No. 49, Chapel Row, Sydney,     The following articles on the most reasonable terms,     Fine Madras chintzes, a large...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 March 1806

General Orders.                 WHEREAS by the General Orders of May 25, 1802, His Excellency was pleased to grant to Andrew Thompson, settler and Constable at the Green Hills, Hawkesbury, a lease for constructing a Floating Bridge over the   South Creek, to facilitate the communication between Sydney, Pararmatta and Hawkesbury, which has been of the greatest service to the   settlers in that District and to the inhabitants in general, as specified in the said Order. And   whereas the Tolls on the said Bridge have not been sufficientlly explicit under the different   heads of Persons, Carriages, Draught and   Stock Cattle, and other Stock, the Governor     has judged it necessary, with the consent of the Proprietor Lessee to make the following Reductions and Alterations in the Tolls demandab...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 March 1806

SYDNEY. On Monday sailed the American ship Eliza,   for Norfolk Island and China.   Although the late rains have been very desirable to revive the languishing crops of maize,     yet it is to be regretted that they have fallen in such contined torrents as to have occasioned a considerable rise in the River Hawkesbury, and still more so in the South Creek, which has unfortunately inundated the lower grounds, and destroyed a great quantity of maize. The rains somewhat abating on Monday & Tuesday last, a more extensive damage was prevented, by the water in the river and creek falling. We are however sorry to add, that from   the continual rains the latter part of the week     the Hawkedbury River and South Creek were     again rising very fast.   A valuable working bullock was on Thursday last killed at the Salt Pans by the bite of a   snake. The acc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 March 1806

Commissary's Office, March 1st 1806. His Excellency has been pleased to direct that the Prisoners at Government Labour     at Parramatta and Castle Hill be supplied with Potatoes in lieu of their Ration of Maize until further Orders, in the proportion of three pounds//of potatoes for one pound of maize.//The Deputy Commissaries at Sydney and//Parramatta are directed to receive good Potatoes//from those owing Government Debts at five//shillings for one hundred weight of 112lbs. Several Prisoners employed in the Manufac- tory having been detected in purloining the//Flax and Hemp Yarn and selling it for the ex-//tortionate price of Fifteen Shillings a Pound,—In order to put a stop to this practice, the Store-//keepers and Deputy Commissaries at Sydney,//Parramatta, and Hawkesbury are furnished with//proportions of the said Yarn to issue such//persons as the Governor or Officers in Com-//mand at those Settlements may grant the Indul-//gence of being supplied wi...

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

Secretary s Office, March 11, 18o6. The undermentioned persons have ob- tained His Excellency's permis- sion to depart the Colony, viz, in the Tellicherry.   Geo. Withams Wm. Alquist   All claims or demands on any of the above-named persons are to be forthwith   presented in Writing at this Office,   By command of His Excellency, G Blaxcell, Acting Sec , A Quantity of very fine Acorns being saved from the Oaks in the Govern- ment Garden at Sydney, Individuals de- sirous of cultivating that valuable timber will send their names, to the Secretary's Office ; when the Gardener will have       instructions to supply those who may be approved.               Commissary's Office, March 15th 1806 EVERY person having Public Claims on Government are to give them in to me on or before the 10th of April next, &am...

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

                  P O R T N E W S.     Wednesday came in the Marcia from     Newcastle ; on Friday the Edwin, Bee,       and Improvement from Hawkesbury ;     the Governor King from the Westward. Sailed yesterday the Venus for Hawkes- bury..  

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High Water at Sydney—Ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 March 1806

High Water at Sydney-Ensuing Week.   Monday - 6 h 26 m morn; 7 h evening Tuesday - 7 h 31 minutes morn   7 h 52 m evening         Wednesd. - 8 h 12 m morning 8 h 26 m night                 Thursday - 3 h 46 m morn     9 h 10 m night       Friday - 9 h 28 m morn       9 h 46 m night               Saturday - 10 h 8 m morn       10 h 30 m night           Sunday - 10 h 50 m morn 11 h 20 m night       High water at Parramatta.-     1 hour 15 minutes af...

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Recipe to prevent water from pen[?]rating boots. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 March 1806

Recipe to prevent water from penetrating boots. Take of tallow half a pound, hog's lard four ounces, turpentine two ounces, new bees wax two ounces, olive oil two ounces, melt them well together in an earthen pipkin over the fire, and stir it well while melting.   Another. Take a pint of linseed-oil, half a pound   of mutton suet. six ounces of bees wax,   and three drachams of rozin, dissolve   them slowley together, over the fire, and,   when cold lay it on your boots, dried   with a hair brush.  

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LONDON PAPERS. ACCOUNT Of a disastrous Earthquake. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 March 1806

LONDON PAPERS.   ACCOUNT             Of a disastrous Earthquake.     On Friday the 26th of July, about 10 at night the kingdom of Naples was visited by an earthquake the consequences   of which were immeasurably calamit- ous.-In the city of Naples 800 houses were rendered uninhabitable, and upwards     of 4000 very much damaged ; 40 chur-   ches were shaken to their very foundation ;   and in some inland towns, which are   totally destroyed, the inhabitants have   mostly perished in the ruins: 1500 per-   sons perished in the small town of Jurnia,           in the county of Molese, which remains a heap of ruins. Most of the inhabitants   of Campo Basso and Bajano were also de- stroyed : ma...

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