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Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 March 1806

Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY, MARCH 29. A seaman named Hunt, belonging yo the Tillicherry, was brought before the       Bench on a charge of absenting the vessel with intention to desert her. He was apprehended near Parramatta by several         constables in search of three others who had deserted some time before ; and said   his only motive for leaving the ship was to visit an acquaintance at Parramatta, from whence he intended to return the following day, having no complaint whatever to make of his Captain or Officers.--Ordered, into the gaol gang till further orders. J. Pullen, owner of a small house in     the Brickfields, stood charged with hav ing permitted a seditious conversation in,   his house, and keeping it secret ; and also   with having censured and abused two witnesses who had voluntarily stepped   forward as the accusers of Smalltalts(?) :- &am...

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 — 30 March 1806

Judge Advocate's Office, March 8, 1806.. NOTICE -The Civil Court will assem-   ble at Sydney on Tuesday the fifth   day of April next, for final despatch of Business ; of which all persons who are or may be concerned are requsted to take due notice. Rd. ATKINS, Judge Advocate.     N O T I C E     AT a Meeting of the Trustees and Creditors of Mr. Wm. Cox's Estate   a futher dividend of two shillings and   sixpence in the pound was ordered to be     paid on Wednesday the 2d of April next to the Creditors on giving security for   the repayment of any part thereof to the Trustees,should the funds; not be sufficent   to allow the whole of the said dividend   on receiving Accounts from England respecting the Concerns of the Estate. Thos. Rowley, Treasurer.) To be SOLD by AUCTION      ...

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

CIVIL COURT, NOTICE is hereby given, that the   Opening of the Civil Court for the     Return of Writs, &c.. is necessarily       POSTPONED   Until Monday Next, the 7th of Apri RD. ATKINS. Judge Advocate.       Sydney. March 30; 1806. ----------------------------------------------------                         Secretary's Office, March 24, 1806   THE Undermentioned persons have ob- tained HIS EXCELLENCY's permis-         sion, to depart the Colony, Viz.   In the Tellicherry. Thomas Maloy John Thompson   John Clifton Joseph Camm       Charles Bennet William Miell &...

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

SHIP       NEWS       On Friday arrived the Venus, Chace, with 5000 skins.     Sailed on Tuesday the Star, Captain Bierney, to fish off the coast of New   Zealand. C. Throsby Esq. who came passenger   in the Resource when last from King's   Town, intends to return to that Settle-       ment by the same vessel, expected this   day to sail. Yesterday a pair of strong yoke oxen were put on board to be con- veyed thither for Government use.     The Back Row, Parramatta was al- most deluged by the heavy shower on Sunday evening, the immense quantity of water that then fell between five and seven o'clock being altogether wonder- ful. Many of the inhabitants were re- duced to the necessity of abandoning their habitations, and seeking refuge, with     &...

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HAWKESBURY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 March 1806

HAWKESBURY, MARCH 27. The extensive damage done by the flood cannot yet thoroughly be ascer- tained :--though it is known, that many individuals have lost every thing they possessed, and that several have       perished in the deluge, which was never before known to arrive to so great a height by from eight to ten feet. What     rendered its progress still more destructive     was, a false notion of security which ma- ny had imbibed, from the supposed confi-   dence that there never would be another heavy flood in the main river, though without assigning any cause for such an idea; to which the recent alarms seemed to give a colour, as each succeeding fresh had abated without any damage, save     that sustained from the overflow of the South Creek.   The first appearance of this distressing       inundation was observable on Thur...

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

General Orders.     The Muster of Prisoners off the Stores with, and 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 Wednesday 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, and others who have the Labour of Prisoners victualled from the Stores assigned to them, are required to furnish me with   their Names, Ship they came in, Place where tried, and Age, on or before Monday the 3rd instant : on neglect                   where of the prisoners so aassigned will be     Ordered to Public Labour.   By Command ...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

BENCH of MAGISTRATES. Saturday, April 5.                     The business of the bakers was re sumed; and many having expressed an     anxious solicitude for the general welfare   declared their willingness to acquiesc in     any, and in every salutary restriction that the Executive Authority should   deem expedient to the accomplishment   of so great aan object as that of guarding against an evil in its infancy, and by the timely adoption of oeconomical mesures   blunting the sharp tooth of an impending           scarcity, which to the poor inhabitants         must have assumed the dreadfl rigours   of an actual famine. &...

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Bench of Magistrates. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2d. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

Bench of Magistrates. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2d. A Bench was convened for the purpose of taking into consideration the likeliest means of reducing the consumption of wheaten bread, and for rendering its distribution equal to every inhabitant without reference to rank or station.-- The discussion was of a serious and mo- mentous nature ; and necessarily intro- duced a doleful comparative survey of the Colony in its recent state of abundance   with the present blighted prospect, which sad reverie, calamity had in so short a period effected. The Bakers at Sydney and Parramatta   attended agreeable to the Public Notice in last Sunday's Gazette to receive such instructions as the exigency of the case should render necessary : and certain   Regulations being prepared, were sub- mitted to their inspection collectively & individually, that each might be made thoroughly acquainted with the terms to which it unfortunately became neces-   s...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

Secretary9s Office', JÎpril 4, ï8o6. I "I^ke Undermentioned perlons have ob. ; *? tamed His Jíxcellency's permit I (ion lo depart the Colony, viz. In the Governor Hunter. Rcb. Whitmore 'Chrj/l, "Lykc John Bell rihos. Hendrick Jim, Brown '¡fohn Chandler In the Favorite. William Jlquiß. -In the Schooner s^onteft. Pat. Ad7Donau ?h Peter Shivrs Daniel Flann«dy James Cannon All claims or demands oh any of the [ above named perfons aie to be forthwith I prelentcd in Wilting at this Office. By (Jsmmand of Plis, Excellenay G* Blaxcell, Aôïing Sec. Commiffary's Office. March 15, I Soo. TpVEKY perfon having Public Claimo -^ on Government are to give them in to me on or before the loth of April next, that '.hey -may be finally fettled by the 2.:tb, cfr the Quarter endii g the 31 it in ftant--No chinns that are made after the 20th of April will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency, J. Palmer, Commissary. X o 'S From the> apartment'of'?!. Smith;, Q,vv!fi.er at the Generaltíkjpííal) ?A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

NOTICE.   In consequence of extreme ill heath, I   feel it impossible to undergo the fa-     tigue of continuing Treasurer to the     Estate of Mr. Wm. Cox. I therefore request the Creditors and     Trustees to meet at the house of Serjt. Major Whittel, at 12 o'clock on Satur-     day the 10th instant, in order that I may   deliver up the Trust delegated to me by   them at the last Meeting. T. Rowley, Treasurer. CAUTION.                   To the Public and Inhabitants of the Colony, NOT to Credit, harbour, or encourage any person belonging to the Ship   King George, as neither the Owners, nor Captain Moody will pay any Debts that may be contracted on any pretence     whatever ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

      SHIP NEWS     Yesterday arrived from a whaling   excursion the King George colonial ship, Mr. Moody master, with very bad success, having been out four months, and   returned almost empty. The Tellicherry dropped down on Tuesday morning, and is hourly expected to proceed on her voyage. It is much   to be lamented that neither of the three seamen who deserted that vessel under the aggravating circumstances we last week noticed, have yet been secured. On Tuesday sailed His Majesty's   colonial vessel Resource for King's Town, with C. Throsby Esq. on board. The Governor Hunter and Venus private colonial vessels are taken up by   Government to proceed with wet and dry provisions for the use of His   Majesty's Settlement at Hobart Town,   on the River Derwent: whither they are designed to sail early in the ensuing week. The Gentlemen named i...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

General Orders From the appearance of an uncommon     scarcity of Grain, occassioned bv the distressing   Inundation with which it hath pleased the   Divine-Will to visiit this Colony, the Gover-   nor hopes that every individual possessed of a   Garden will apply their whole attention and     that of their Family to raising ss much Vege- ables as possible, and particularly Turnips. carrots and cabbage, for which the prêsent season is not favorable. It is equally incumb-     ent on the Settlers and all other cultivators     to sow at least half in acre of Turnip Seed, as the precede will sooner be obtained than any   other Vegetable, and be a great resource   to their famillies.   1 As tfrere ii reafo-n to apprehend that all or liiiolt or the -Seed Wheat b<longing to the : äiiwk f...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

S Y D N E Y. __________   On Monday last an inquest was taken on the body of Robert Kench, a marine on board His Majesty's ship Buffalo,     drowned in consequence of his having ac- cidentally fallen overboard the Tuesday     night preceding; the body not floating until Sunday last, when it appeared a- longside, nearly perpendicularly to the     spot where he went down.—Verdict   Accidental Death.               Eleven prisoners were drafted on Monday last from the gaol gang for His Majesty's settlement at King's Town,       among whom were several bush-rangers and others of very bad character. Others were next day sent to Castle Hill, to assist in the public agricultural labour at that         &amp...

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HA[?]BURY, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 April 1806

Hawkesbury, April 4.             Accounts were received on Thursday   of the death of John Chapman Morris and William Green, the former a settler and the latter a carpenter; who were drowned owing to a small boat upset-   ting in which they were rowing about the River in hopes of discerning some of their own and their neighbours lost pro-         perty that might have sunk.—Several   persons who were spectators of their toil anxiously enquired if they could swim, as no confidence could be placed in their     wretched vehicle;—to which, in the   event they owed their untimely dissolu- tion.   The hand of Providence extended it-   self in many instances miraculously for   the preservation of lives:—in the case of    ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

Judge Advocate's Office, April 12, 1806. Court of Civil Jurisdiction. His Excellency the Governor       having directed the Court of Civil jurisdiction now sitting to be removed     from Sydney to Hawkesbury, the same     will open for Despatch of Business at the     Green Hills on Monday the 28th instant.     The reason for which HIS EXCELLEN- CY has judged it expedient to order the     Court at the above place, is in conse-     quence of the late Flood, which in many   instances has swept away the entire pro-   perty of Individuals, who would not- withstanding have been obliged to repair   to Sydney at a heavy expence and loss of   time. It is therefore hoped, that although       recourse to legal me...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

TEN POUNDS REWARD       A Most daring Burglary having been committed on the Premises of Mr.     J. Sherrard, by forcibly breaking the   lock of his chaise house on Thursday last   between the hours of 7 and 8 in the even- ing, and the hammock and bedding of     one of his servants stolen thereout, and   the Robbery repeated again last night,       a quantity of wearing apparel having been then stolen out of the same place. Any person who can give information   of the said depredations, so as to lead to conviction, shall receive above Re- ward from me. J. Sherrard.      

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

General Orders. ~~~~   NOTWITHSTANDING the repeated orders respecting Swine and Goats         going at large without being yoked or rung, or with a Herdiman, yet that Re-     gulation at all times so unnecessary, is much neglected ; and as the present ap-   parent scarcity requires every precau- tionary aid to insure the produce of the garden to the proprietor. In addition to the penalties prescribed by the existing Orders on that head, the Govorner directs that all Swine or Goats found running loose about the towns of Sydney and Par- ramatta, or on any cultivated ground, be   seized, and on the fact being proved be- fore one Magistrate, the goats or swine so         seized to be forfeited to the person making       the seizure, provided there is no cause to suppose they have be...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

Secretarys Office, April 13. 1806.             THE Undermentioned persons have ob-     tained His Excellency's permis-         sion to depart the Colony. viz. In the Schooner Contest William Brown Wm.M'Ginnis     James Cooper John Burne     John Hunt James Salway       Joseph Phillips Joseph King         Francis Hearne Mich. Gauvican           In the schooner Marcia John Childs Wm. Howel     John Atch John Simmonds           John Silvestor     All claims or demands on any of the   above-named persons are to be forthwith    ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

SHIP NEWS.     On Monday arrived the Argo, Capt.   Bader, with 27 tons of sperm oil, last   from Norfolk Island, which place she     left on Sunday the 30th ultimo:     passengers Mr. Wentworth and Mr. and Mrs. Fulton. The accounts received by this arrival are somewhat unpleasant, as they state the partial failure of the last crop of wheat, many farms averaging not more than four or five bushels an acre. The maize, also, we are sorry to hear, has sustained much damaged from blight, which however did not take place till it was mostly in cob and in many places much advanced in growth. The former   crop of maize was tolerably productive;     so that it is hoped the failure of the   present crop of that valuable grain will not occasion any serious diminution to the   stock: wheat, we are informed, was sold generally at 15s. per bushel; and swine ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

SYDNEY. The three seamen who deserted from   the Tillicherry, and were repeatedly ad- vertised, were apprehended on Sunday   evening last in Chapel Row, but very   unfortunately not until after the vessel had sailed. They were seen by a con- stable, and followed into an untenanted skilling at the end of the row, wherein they were surprised and secured. Next day corporal punishment was inflicted on them, agreeable to His Excellen- cy's General Order of the 31st of March, 1805 ; after which they were ordered into the gaol gang. Last Thursday two forgeries upon Henry Kable were detected, amounting to 2 £ each : they were promissory notes which had been accepted by Mrs. Simp- son of Pitt's Row, and traced to Herbert Keeling, who was in consequence appre- hended by order of the Superintendant of Police, before whom he underwent a cursory examination ; and in addition to the proof that appeared of both notes having been paid by him, he palpably avowi...

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