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

                              SHIP NEWS. On Friday arrived the William Pitt   Extra ship, with female prisoners, in a general state of good health. She sailed   from England the first of September last;     made the island of Madeira the 1st of October and stopped three days. In company with an out-ward bound East   India convoy she reached the Cape of Good Hope early in January, and from thence sailed for this port.     On Thursday arrived from a sealing   excursion the private colonial vessel Fly, having procured a valuable freight of   skins. On Thursday sailed the brig Venus with supplies of provisions for His Majesty's   settlement at Port Dalrymple ; - whither the schooner Governor Hunter will also sail as soon as the wind permits. Ye...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 April 1806

Postscript His Excellency the Governor has received an Official Communication from George Byng Esq. Captain of His Majesty's Ship Belliqueux in the absence of Commodore Sir H. Poppam K.M. sta- ting the agreeable and interesting intelli-     gence of the surrender of the Cape on the 10th day of January last, to His Majesty's forces under command of General Sir James Baird and Commodore Sir Home Popham :— the details of which we re- serve for next Week's publication. By the same authority we are favored with the following verbatim copy of the Cape Extraordinary Gazette, dated Sunday, Jan. 26, 1806. His Excellency the Major General Commanding in Chief seizes with trans-   port the occasion of announcing the sig-   nal and glorious success of His Britannic     Majesty's Arms in a Naval action, over   the combined fleets of France and Spain.   This splendid atchievement is however &...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Official Corresponeence. Published by Command. Downing Street, Dec. 14, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

Official Correspondence Published by Command.   Downing Street, Dec. 14, 1804. "MY LORDS,     Information having been received           that Mr. B; Frere, His Majesty's     Charge d'Affaires near His Most Ca     tholic Majesty has left the Court of Madrid; and also that an embargo     has been ordered to be laid on all British ships and vessels in the Ports   of Spain, Í am commanded by the King to signify to your Lordships   His Majesty's Royal Pleasure, that orders should be forthwith issued in     consequence thereof to the Comman-       ders of His Majest's Ships, to detain     all Spanish ships or vessels they may fall in with; and to fend them into port, there to remain until His Ma...

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CIRCULAR.] Downing Street, July 10, 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

CIRCULAR ] Downing Street, July 10,1805.       "SIR,       "His Majesty having been pleased     to honour me with the Seals of the   Colonial and War Departments, in   the room of the Earl Camden, I take     the earliest opportunity of acquainting       you therewith.     It will be me great satisfaction to be able to fulfil His Majesty's Gracious     Intentions in this Appointment;     and as it is His Majesty's Pleasure that       your Despatches should for the future     be addressed to me, I shall not fail to   lay them immediately before the     KING, and to transmit to you such   Orders as His ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

General Orders,     THE GOVERNOR finds it necessary to           caution those who have only them-     selves and one or two more in family     from requesting Permits as pointed out in the General Orders of the 5th instant,       for quantities of Wheat and Maize to be     taken to their dwellings in the Towns of Paramatta and Sydney ; for however     excusable such provision, may be on their           own part, yet justice and humanity to all     forbids the scanty resource of grain being   thus monopolized, for the purpose of sell-       ing at the most exorbitant price. As Lists     ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

  W H E A T. RICHARD PALMER, Brickfield Hill, gives notice to families in imme-   diate want of a small supply of wheat, that he is in possession of about 30 bushels,   which he is desirous of distributing in     suitable proportions at the prices fixed       by His Excellency's General Order,           and he at the same time assures the pub-   lic that any further supplies he may re- eice during the existence -of scarcity     shall be distributed in like manner. LETTERS of Administration to the       Estate an Effects of the late John     Chapman Morris, deceased, having been obtained by James Squires, of Kissing P0int, all persons having legal claims   against the said Estate and Effects are re- que...

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[?]IRCULAR.] Downing Street, Jan. 11, 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

CIRCULAR. Downing Street, Jan. 11, 1805.     SIR,           Advice having been received of an actual Declaration of War by the Court of Spain against Great Britain,           I am to signify to you the King's Command, that you instantly cause the same to be made as public as pos- sible in the Settlement under your Government, that His Majesty's Sub-   jects having this Notice, may take care on the one hand to prevent any mischief which otherwise they might     suffer from the Spaniards; and, on     the other, may do the utmost in their several stations to distress and annoy them, by making captures of their ships, and destroying their commerce ;     for which purpose His Majesty has     been pleased to order Letters of Marque, or Commission...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Cape of Good Hope. The followin[?] important Communication relative to the Surrender of this Colony to His Majesty's Forces is copied by Order of HIS EXCELLENCY from an Official Letter received by him from GEORGE BYNG, Esq. Commander of His Majesty's Ship Belliqueux. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

Cape of Good Hope. The following important Communication       relative to the Surrender of this Colony     to His Majesty's Forces is copied by     Order of HIS EXCELLENCY from an       Official Letter received by him from   GEORGE BYNG, Esq. Commander of   His Majesty's Ship Belliqueux.     " SIR, " An expedition having been planned   by the English Government against the Cape of Good Hope, under the command of Major-General Sir David Baird, K.C.   Sir Home Popham, K.M. and Brigadier   Generals Bereford and Fergusson, the   transports containing the troops for that purpose assembled at Cork, where also I was directed to rendezvous with the East India convoy under my charge. On the 1st of September, 1805, every thing be-   ing ready, the f...

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EXTRACTS From London Papers from June 23d to July 17th, 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

EXTRACTS             From London Papers from June 23d to     July 17th, 1805.   A letter from Gottenburgh of the 2d instant states, that a private letter has   been received there the preceeding day,     which asserted the following to be the answer of the King of Prussia to the King of Sweden, upon the latter returning the Order of the Black Eagle:- I have received the Order of the black Eagle,   with which I had decorated you, and I     hope that this will be the last proof o folly. FREDERIC WILLIAM. Major General Hope succeeds General                               Oaks, as Lieutenant Governor of P...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

SYDNEY         The William Pitt brought 117 female   prisoners, three having died on the   passage; as did also three children, one         of whom died of the small pox; that     infection having prevailed with much     malignity for the considerable space of   two months.     When she left England bread was at 13d the quartern loaf, beef 10d to 1s. per lb. mutton 8d. and pork 1s. per lb.     In her way she touched at St. Salvadore,   where she stopped three weeks;     and remained five weeks at the Cape.   By her came passengers Mr. and Mrs.   Blaxland and family; also, Mr. Bates,       with the appointment of Deputy Judge   Advocate for His Majesty's Settlement   at Hobart ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

Secretary's Office,' April 20,1806. The "Under mentioned Perfons have obtained his Excellency's Permiffion   to depart the Colony, viz.       In the John. » . Hugh Mc Raby George Pearcy   Nicholas Creagan William Nells     James Everett William Smith     Thomas O'Brien Nicholas May     John Mitten,       In the Governor .Hunter.     Patrick* Mir* fv 'Peter Painfin \ ? ^   Mr Robert Rufhmerth.     All Claims or Demands againft any of the above named perfons are directed to      be forthwith prefented in   writing at              at this Office By Command of His Excellency G Blaxcell, *Tij'1 w j ?udg-c Advocate's (>jpct\ Abril 12, ï8o6. Court of Civ il JurtfdirHon. %J'1S rYxCKLLFNCY the Go VE* KOW. ' -*- jL . ka \...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

General Orders. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR is directed to signify His Majesty's   approbations; the enrollment of the   Sydney and Parramatta Loyal Associa-   tions, as being highly proper, and   reflecting great credit the the zeal of the   Individuals who have enrolled themselves     in it ; and approving of the temporary appointment of Lieutenant Minchin, as Artillery and Engineer Officer provided it does not interfere with his duty as   Adjutant of the New South Wales   Corps; and by a Communication to vhich His Excellency is referred by the Secretary of State from His Royal High- ness the "Commander in Chief," to   consider any Colonial Forces that may be called forth by the authority of the Governor, as Armed Associations are considered in Englard ; and that persons acting as Officers with such Corps, hav-   ing been duly notified in General Orders,     are to rank next, bu...

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Extract from a Letter from the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Castlereagh to His Excellency Governor King; dated Downing Street, July 13, 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 April 1806

Extract from a Letter from the Right       Honourable Lord Viscount Castlereagh to His Excellency Governor King;   dated   Downing Street, July 13, 1805. "SIR,     "In conformity to your request, and     "to the assurance given you by Lord             "Hobart in November, 1803, that a "proper Person should be selected to   "relieve you in your Government, the   "King has been pleased to appoint   "Captain Bligh, of the Royal Navy,   "as your Successor."  

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WAR with SPAIN, DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

WAR with SPAIN, DECLARATION. FROM the moment that hostilities had   commenced between Great Britain   and France, a sufficient ground of War against Spain, on the part of Great Bri- tain, necessarily followed from the Treaty of St. Ildephonso, if not disclaimed by   Spain.—That Treaty in fact identified     Spain with the Republican Government of France, by a virtual acknowledgment     of unqualified vassalage, and by specifick stipulations of unconditional offence. By the Articles of that Treaty, Spain covenanted to furnish a stated contingent of naval and military force for the pro- secution of any War in which the French Republick might think proper to engage.         She specifically surrendered any right or   pretension to enquire into the nature,   origin, or justice of that War. She sti-   pulated...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

SYDNEY           The latest accounts from Hawkesbury       speak most unfavourably of the weather.   On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday   last the banks of the South Creek were   overflowed, the water in the main river rose rapidly, and from the continuance   of heavy rain the most serious apprehen sion was entertained. On Wednesday         night the rain fortunately abated, and by the next morning the fresh had con- siderably decreased. The roads have in   consequence been impassable without the greatest difficulty and some danger. Yesterday the rains unfortunately re-       commenced ; the sowing for the next   harvest is still protracted; and nothing   but the gracious interposition of Divine &amp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

ADVERTISEMENT           DAVID BEVAN begs leave to acquaint                       the Ladies, Gentlemen, and Public     in general, that he has REMOVED from his House in South Street, Sydney, to   the Premises late Mr. LAYCOCK'S, in     High Street, nearly opposite the Provi- sion Store; where   On Monday next (to morrow), the following choice, elegand, and useful as- sortment of British and India Goods will be open to inspection, viz.         -u ií'1/itf f/ftM'j cío n¿ sr> nooi, ¡,'i'vs iu«»/.!?5 «'o li - tí *t itít«? o-'fi*ís<»í i £i c.dcwfs printed and plain cambrics- ia«.i»*' bbch ?«vi co- bijes * ' low,'j ¡sjal.iiii itd pei.cu'd, t^m...

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Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

Court of Criminal Jurisdiction On Wednesday the Court met, and proceeded to the trial, first, of Henry Stanley, labourer, for breaking       and entering the house of -- Goodall,   settler at Seven Hills, on the night of   the 15th instant, and stealing therefrom 4 bushels of wheat and two bags. Patrick Brannan, in whose service the prisoner lived, deposed, that on the nights above stated he had strong reason to susf- pect he had been absent from his pre- mises ; that making enquiry of one   Briggs, who had the charge of Goodall's     house, concerning him, was informed by     a person then accidentally in the house,   that he met him going towards Parra-   matta with a bag on his shoulder which he told him contained corn ; that he went in pursuit of the prisoner, and came   up with him at Constitution Hill, when des...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

              SHIP NE WS. On Monday arrived the Lucy private   ship of war, Capt. Ferguson, of 22 guns, last from Otaheite Same day arrived the Aurora whaler, Capt. Meryck, with 40 tons of sperm oil : and sailed again for the fishery on vVcdnefday. On Thursday failed the Venus for the Southward ; and on Fi iday the Go- venor Hunter for Port Dalrymple, with   provisions for the ufe «f His Mai eft y's.   CCI, " JJ I ^ettlem nt. The Km? George colonial veflel to .til this daY for the iouthwaid. Yesterday Matthew Hoey was exe-   cuted at Pairamatta, in pursuance of his   sentence.  

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

General Orders. Whereas HARRIET SUTTON, Daughter of Mr. Sutton, Store-       keeper at Newcastle, eloped from the House and protection of Mrs. PALMER; and as the Father of the said HARRIET    SUTTON is arrived from Newcastle for the   purpose of claiming and recovering his said Daughter. - All and every person or persons whatever are hereby forbid   harbouring or illegally secreting the said Harriet Sutton, but to deliver her forth- with to her said Father. A supply of Slop Cloathing being received by the William Pitt, the   Commisary is directed to issue the following   proportion to those Victualled from the Public   Store on Friday the 2d of May at Sydney   and Parramatta, and on Monday the 5th of       May at Castle Hill.   MALE CONVICTS... Two Shirts, One     Waistcoat, One jacket, One Pair of         Trowsers, One Pair of Breeches, One pair of     shoes, One Hat. &nb...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 April 1806

BENCH of MAGISTRATES.             SATURDAY APRIL 19. John Fitzwilliam, a prisoner whose   original order of transportation had re cently expired, was brought before this       Bench as a reputed thief, charged with various attempts to steal, and was sen- tenced as a vagrant to three years hard   Labour at Castle Hill, or wheresoever   else he should be disposed of. Jane Jones, an old offender who was at a late Criminal Court sentenced seven years transportation in addition to her   original sentence, was brought forward         to answer an accusation set up by Mrs. Rafferty, of having in her possession sun-   dry articles composing part of a conside- rable property stolen from her house. — The prisoner denied all knowledge of the fact and pretended ignorance of her...

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