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

S H I P N E W S.     On Monday arrivd the American ship Favourite, Captain Paddock, from the Pe :l|21''1 .po.e,>, with skins. We are sorry to report the probable   loss of the American schooner Indepen- dence, which vessel sailed from hence 10 months since in company with the Favo-   urite for the same destination, and was   for some time conjectured to be traverling   in discovery of advantageous situations for procuring seal; but has unfortunately never since been seen or heard of. This     vessel belonged to Captain Pendleton of the Union, whose visit to Tongataboo proved fatal to Mr. Boston and himself;   and whole vessel afterwards, under com-   mand of Mr. Wright, the chief officer, foundered at her anchors with the supposed loss of all her people. The Independence sailed from hence under command of Captain Townshend, a young man very muc...

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 — 16 March 1806

J¡K tytuîge Advocates Off ce, March S, iSo6. VV ®i "fV ol iC£'-^nc Civil Court will assemble r-LJ-^i jjlc ac s ¿ney on Tueiday. the-"firft ¿?/«day oí April..i.ext, ior fnul JJeipatch of P Bufmeis ; of which ali perlons who aie or !\ jruy be concerned arciequired to take due I notice *^ - Rd. Atkins, ^itdgc Adv3cate. STOLE A', rom the Faam of C. Giimes Efq. at Toonu ibbee, ix Dark ftriped" Window Curtains, ! * - t and Sou cale the fane pattern ; four ¿narrow " ihiped Dimity Curtains, and 4 ¿/Blankets. ¡ .J Any "per/on giving information that Vf.*nay« lead-to detection of the offender or ^ 'j-efreuders, will ie^eive from mea Reward ' 'Jjjpf . Five G ii i neje. 1 5 " J?. Buh cr. ) S T o r, E N, n Saturday night kit, from an Out ?] houle "belonging to Richard Atkins -I Eiq, in Barrack: Ro //, ,-f'A Large Steel Mill with two handles, i? li° íp^í.or happer, ¿né totally out 'Lof i.epair. Ají y perfon giving inf irnrr.tion reía jiiv^theieto.wili receive 'l\¿>tn¿y Shillings LUpa^atd. &...

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 — 16 March 1806

General Orders, Those Male and Female Prisoners who remain under Sentence of the Law, and have been indulged with Permission to get their own maintenance on Tickets of Leave, and who have not appeared ac- cording to the Order of the 8th instant,               will be put to Government labour if they do not give their names in on or before the 31st inst. when Tickets of Leave, ac- cording to the following form will be gi- ven to those whom the Governor may consider deserving a continuance of that indulgence :- No. Prisoner's Ticket of Leave.                 The Bearer convic-       ted at came in the time expires 180 (or prisoner for life), has the Governor's permission to gain his livelihood by honest means ; but if he demands extortion- ate pay for lab...

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

  SYDNEY.   The rains at the latter end of last   week, violent as they were, fortunately had not that evil tendency at Hawkesbury, the probability of which was a most un pleasant theme for the imagination - The chief damage sustained was from the overflow of the low grounds on the Ri- ver and South Creek.   The rise in the river on Saturday the   1st inst. was very alarming; and the more so from the deluges of rain that fell the         whole day, and part of the night. On   the following morning the banks were no     longer considered as a barrier to the im- petuous torrent, which feared to threaten     universal desolation. in the course of Sunday the fresh in the river abated ; but     during the last, heavy rains once more   resumed a menacing appearance which ...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 March 1806

BENCH of MAGISTRATES.         SATURDAY, MARCH 15.   Snowden and Caffery (and not Evans as     before mentioned) were brought forward there examination on the charge of break- ing into and robbing the house of Thomas   Andrews on Sunday last. The evidence that appeared, against     Caffery was strong though circumstantial, and every opportunity was granted him     of advancing every thing that might tend to defeat to defeat the evidence against him in the present stage of the business. Between     4 and 5 the above day very soon after Mr Andrews and his wife had walked out together, he called at the adjoining house, and after enquiring for a man next door further up the Row, requested permission to go through the house, in order to take the other by surprise ; a mortice chissel     was seen in his jacket ...

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

NOW ON SALE At the House of John Driver,     CHAPEL ROW, Fine English fancy chintzes,     Printed cambrigs and cottons,     Bengal chintzes of various patterns,   Coarse Prints and white calicoes,   Cambric muslin and French cambric,     Plain and (?) muslin coarse and fine           Muslin handkercheifs and pocket ditto,           Ladies and Gentlemen's stockings, lace cloake     Ladies plain bonnets and dress caps, Black and white silk lace and silver lace, Ear rings, finger-rings, watch fobs(?) and lockets,   Pins, needles, threads, and tapes, Black net, black and white lace veils, and common ditto. Pall ftifxirfs arrd garrons, Silk pantaloons and breeches pieces, Tea, sugar, and butter...

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High Water at Sydney—Ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 March 1806

High Water at Sydney-Ensuing Week. Monday - 10 h 45 m morn   11 h 2 m night   Tuesday - 11 h 20 m forenoon 11 h 40 m night Wednesday - 12 h 12 m noon Thursday - 12 h 40 m morn 1 h 12 m afternoon   Friday - 1 h 38 m morn 2 h 4 m afternoon Saturday - 2 h 34 m morn 3 h 4 m afternoon Sunday - 3 h 56 m morn 4 h 8 m afternoon           High Water at Parramatta.-         1 hour 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 — 23 March 1806

RO\D COMMITTEE. rpHS Gentlemen compoííng the Com *. mittee, for Repairing the JRoads and Bridges leading from Sydney to Hawkef bury are requcftcd to meet at Parramatta on Thurftlay next, the 27th inftant. G. Blaxcell, Lreafurer^ "^i.. I 'Secretary'e Office, March' 19, iSo6^ | ¡T^lau^s or Demands on Oeerge ÏPiL ><! 1^ Hains, about to depart in the Til li- ehe rry, are te be forthwith lodged ia 'this Office. By Command of His Excellency, "J G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec«-, WANTED, À Steady Man to woik in a Kitchen, i-*- Garden: Libejal wages will be-Jj j given. . I Apply to G. Howe» \ MAIZE.       From one to a hundred bushels, in good condition, may be purchased at   the house of Joseph Chitham, in Pitt's       Row.--Price Four Shillings per bu-   shell.       W. BARNFILL         &...

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

SHIP NEWS.     Last Saturday came in the Governor Hunter with coals and cedar from   Newcastle.     On Tuesday arrived the Sophia, Capt. Forest, with 64 tons of oil.   Sailed on Thursday the brig Venus for the southward. The ship Star is expected to sail this day, to fish off the coast of New   Zealand. The Tillicherry is expected to sail for China in the course of the present   week. And the American ship Favorite, Captain Paddock, will also sail shortly for China. The Venus yesterday reached the   Heads of Broken Bay on her way to Hawkesbury; but was obliged to return   on account of the extreme velocity of the current, occasioned by the unfortunate   overflow of that River. In the hurry of making up the last   page of last week's paper, the arrival of the Governor King was erroneously   inserted for that of the Go...

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

Judge Advocate's Office, March 8, 1806. NOTICE. - The Civil Court will assem- ble at Sydney on Tuesday the first     day of April next, for final Despatch of Bufinefs; (??) of which all persons who are or may be concerned are required to take due notice. RD. ATKINS, Judge Avocate. To be SOLD bv PRIVATE COM TRACT, tPítb immediate Poffeffion, N excellent Dwelling Houfe in Ser- jeant Major's Row, "containing 3 rooms, ?ood kitchen and'wafh houle ; the whole weatherboarded, ihingled and glazed; with excellent garden contain i-ig many fine fruit trees, a good well, and every other convenience, the pro perty and in the occupati on of WILLIAM HALL; Of whom particular» may be had on the \ '^ Prcrnifes» SALE BY AUCTION. To be SOLD by AUCTI0N By Mr. BEVAN.     On the Premises on Thursday next the 27th instant, at 11 in the Forenoon, A Neat, handsome, and very commo-     dious weatherboarded, shingled,and &nbs...

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

ely Commtjarfs Office^ Manh 15, 1806. f VERY perfon having Public Claims -* on Government are to give them in to me on or before the loth of April next, that they may be üríally fettled by the 20th, for the Quarter ending the 31ft in-! itant.-No claims that are made after the 20th of April will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency, J. Palmer, Commi'iTary I NOTICE. A Quantity of very fine Acorns being saved from the Oaks in the Govern-     ment Garden at Sydney, Individuals   desirous 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. Secretary's Office, ~Marcb 19, 1806. The Undermentioned persons hare     obtained His Excellency's pcrmission to depart the Colony, viz.     In the Tillecherry       John Parsons Jacob Frederi...

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

ACCIDENTS.         A Coroner's Inquest assembled on Thursday last on the body of an infant   daughter of Wm. O'Neal on the Rocks             whose death was occasioned by her fall- ing into a well the night before, behind   her father's house. The child was five   years old, and in the frequent habit of taking water from the well, by means of several steps descending into it ; from which it is supposed she slipped in by some grievous accident, and never after- wards recovered sufficient breath to give the slightest alarm. She was a remarka- bly fine and promising child ; the ad- miration of the neighbours, and the de- light of her inconsolable parents, whose distresses are inconceivably heightened by the recollection, that timely conside- rat on might have removed the danger,   and saved the little cheru...

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

SYDNEY.     On Tuesday a Bench of Magistrates       assembled, before whom Snowden and   Caffery were again brought or the rob- bery committed in the house of T. An- drews. The evidence being rehearsed, &     appearing perfectly clear and decisive,     the prisoners were sentenced three years   hard labour for the Crown in addition to   their original term of transportation, and Caffery to receive 100 lashes. The rains at Hawkesbury have had but little intermission during the whole week, in consequence of which much apprehension was entertained from a rise in the River, which was however at its     usual height on Thursday. The roads   were then almost impassable at the ponds,   the race course, and in many other places, which inconvenience must have been   ...

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

DIED     On Monday last, sincerely and uni- versally lamented, Miss LUCY ALT,             daughter of AUGUSTUS ALT Esq. whose   perfections endeared her to all who had   the pleasure of her acquaintance—the   pious remembrance of which will soothe     the melancholy excited by her loss; and     while paternal fondness dwells upon her virtues, the painful regret of separation must relax, and her chaste example long     remain a pattern worthy to be emulated.  

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

OFFENCES. Two prisoners were last week punished at Castle Hill with 100 lashes each for leaving that settlement without a pass.         On Monday night last the house of J. Archer at Parramatta was broke into         and a considerable quantity of property   taken away, together with upwards of       30£ in money and bills. Several persons     of bad character were apprehended on   suspicion, but, we do not hear of any of   the property being recovered.     On Monday evening Thomas Hughes,   belonging to the New South Wales Corps, was robbed in Pitt's Row of bills   and monay nearly to the amount oí I0£   he had concealed in his hat, which was taken from beside him, and afterwards     &...

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To the PRINTER of the SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 March 1806

      To the Printer of the Sydney     GAZETTE       " SIR,   " Being from my profession much interested in the prices and attainment of, serviceable Leather, I in homely terms beg leave to offer my opinions on this subject, important not to the Craft alone,     but to the Public at large.   "It is perhaps unnecessary that I   should occupy a moment of your Read-   ers' leisure by entering upon the subject.   of Tanning, in order ultimately to aver as my own opinion that it has already   arrived to an admirable degree of perfec-     tion, since ocular demonstration will at   once convince any person of the fact   who may be desirous ofsuch an enqui-   ry.   " When it is minutely considered, then, that ...

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

Postscript.         A Letter to His Excellency from Thos. Arnbell Esq. at Hawkesbury, dated " Saturday morning, 6 o'clock,' contains the, following very unpleasant information :-" I am extremely sorry to acquaint your Excellency that the flood is now approaching to a very dangerous height and the settlers in consequence repairing to the high grounds as fast as they can be brought off. I forbear dwelling on a recital that will be so truly painful to your Excellency's feelings ; and I beg   leave to assure you, that every exer- tion shall be used that may be service- able ; and frequent information for warded to your Excellency so long as   messengers can pass." This advice also mentions that the waters were not then quite so high as in the heavy flood of March 1801, on the second day of which month Mr. Stegdell lost his life in attempting to swim his horse over a hollow about three miles From Hawkesbury, th...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 March 1806

        General Orders. The Muster of Prisoners off the Stores with, & assigned to Individuals, which was to have taken place at Hawkesbury on Tuesday the 25th instant, on account of the high Floods is deferred until Wednes- day the 2d of April ; when that description     are required to attend according to the tenor of the General Order of the 15th instant.   Officers, Superintendants, Settlers, & others who have the labour of Prisoners victualled from the Stores assigned to them, are required to furnish me with their Names, Ships they came in, Place where tried, and Age, on or before Monday the 31st instant : On neglect whereof the Prisoners so assigned will be ordered to public labour. By Command of His Excellency,           G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec.         TH...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 March 1806

General Orders. THOSE Male and Female Prisoners         who remain under Sentence of the   Law, and have been indulged with Per- mission to get their own maintenance on   Tickets of Leave, and who have not   appeared according to the Order of the   8th instant, will be put to Government Labour if they do not give their Names in on or before the 31st instant, when Tickets of Leave, according to the fol- lowing form, will be given to those whom the Governor may consider deserving a   continuance of that indulgence :   No. _ Prisoner's Ticket of Leave. THE Bearer, _ convicted at _ came in the _ time   expires _ 180_ (or prisoner for     life), has the GOVERNOR'S Permission to   gain his Livelihood by honest means ;     but if he demands extortionate pay for   his labou...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 March 1806

S Y D N E Y Joseph Smallsalts, a prisoner for life, was on Tuesday last brought before the Judge Advocate, charged with having uttered expressions of an inflammatory and sedi- tious tendency, highly disrespectful of His Majesty's Government, and with in- tention to disturb the tranquillity of this Colony:-The facts alledged being   clearly substantated upon oath, the offen-   der was ordered 1oo lashes (which pu-   nishment was inflicted accordingly) and sent to public labour at the Coal mines at Newcastle. He was permitted to travel to Hawkesbury, in custody of a constable, to arrange his affairs prepara- tory to his being embarked for Newcastle,     with a label on his back, on which Tho- mas Paine was decyphered in large cha- racters, the culprit having declared that " he would be worse than Tom Paine if thwarted."             &nbs...

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