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

Secretary's Office, April 27, 1806. THE Undermentioned persons have obtained HIS EXCELLENCY'S permission to depart the Southward, viz. In the Schooner John, Benjamin Higgins; Edward Carney; John Rogers; Henry Baker;     Henry Bloom; Jas McCormack; Patrick Nestor; Michael Duggan;  Nathaniel Hesketh; Richard B?rnet; Robert Jackson; Henry Moody; Ziramm Urim; Thom. McGowen; Michael May; John Miller.                          The two latter were advertised, April 16. Claims or Demands on any of the above named persons are to be forthwith presented in Writing as this Office. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Secretary.           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 ...

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 — 4 May 1806

  General Orders His Majesty has been graciously   pleased to Grant a Free Pardon to       William Orr and to direct a Condition- al Emancipation to be Samuel         ? a Convict for Life On Norfolk Captain Abbott being sworn in as a Magistrate for the County of   Cumberland, is to be obeyed and respect- ed as such. By Command of His Excellency G Blaxcell Sec. April 30, 18o6        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

        ADVERTISEMENT.                 THE Abridgment of General Orders, &. forming a part of the New South Wales Pocket Almanack, being com-   pleted, those Subscribers (if any who   have not received the latter part, are re- quested to favour the Compiler with in- timation thereof, that the neglect may be remedied immediately.   The Parramatta Subscribers are at the same time respectfully acquainted that   the addition compleating their Almancks having been forwarded to Mr. Larra,   will be delivered when applied for.                

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WAR with SPAIN. D[?]CLARATION. Continued from last Week's Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

WAR with SPAIN.           DECLARATION.     Continued from last Week's Gazette.   )Í 1 HS Amareis oí" the Sfaniß* -govern j i fnenr. we e ¿t fit ft of an ev-five nature ; < £ his "' ajdív's M «miter clokd the cor «^ icípu;.{.cíjce on his paitby a no e'dcli ¡j vu ed on the eighteenth Febiuarv, in Vi'hicrt h» declares rhat all furthei for ( i; t ¿ranee ojj the par- of England mu ft j depend upon,the cefTation oi all Nav¿l ¡ í Ai maments, ¿¡,d a Prohibition of the fale j i of priacs m thefe Ports ; and unlefs theie j j ("points^wer« agreed to without modifica- } ¡ tioti, Se hid Orders to leave Maifld. j « ! On the fécond of theie points a fatis- i i favrory anfwcr was {riven, and orders j t | fifuedaccordmgly; cnthe firft a reference ;t i i was made tu former Declarations. To \ t the Queftion about ddclcfng the Treaty t , with France no* iatisfa&oty anfwer was : &am...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

SHIP NEWS (Scroll down to read transcript.)         Friday morning arrived the Estramina, last from Hobart Town, where she arrived the 12th of April from Port Dalrymple, and sailed again the 21st. She searched twice at Cape Barren, and brings three prisoners who had escaped from Hobart Town in an open boat, and after making Cape Barren with inconceivable           risque, were there apprehended by the sealers, and kept to close confinement till an opportunity offered of rendering them         up to justice.                 About five weeks since she fell in with the sloop Raven belonging to Mess. Raby and Wills; her people were in great distress for want of provisions,   having for some unknown causes ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

FOR SALE     At the House of Thomas Randall,         No. 9, Bridge-street,       IRON Kettles, quart pots, frying pans, and other culinary articles, at very       reasonable prices.       To be Let, And entered on immediately.     A Good Thirty Acre Farm, situate at Lane Cove, and known by the   name of Watson's Farm, now the pro- perty of Mr. Wilshire and in the pre-   sent occupation of William Foster.       The buildings on the farm consist of   two good dwelling houses, large barn, &c. with good stock yard, and a quantity   of rich manure.     For further particulars apply to John       Griffiths or W...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

S Y D N E Y.   We have the satisfaction to state, that     the Lucy private ship of war of 18 guns, whose arrival was slightly (?) announced in last week's Gazetted, has been tolerably   successful since her departure from Eng-     land in the month of January, 1805.       j Off Cape f rere' ihe capturcila Guinea- .*ii man freighted with slaves for the West India market, together with ''jome balfe ';'$   goods, valued altogether at about ia t» ;>' « ï40ûoi, i his was a S wediik brigand ne; ;; ?j chartered by a. Spaniard ; and was len:.by .;; ¡. Captain Fergid'oniiuo our inarm , ,> Off the Canaries ihe al io captured twö.J .Trnail Spaniih ' veflcis \ and afterwards >i j. making; the River' fiatc, kad. repeated oc-' ' ? j I cafton tor every exertion of bravery; and j' j ! pcifeverance which peculiarly chará¿$erife | the Britiih leam av., and reflec...

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

On Monday morning Herbert Keeling   was executed pursuant to his sentence. About a quarter before ten he was taken from his cell, and requested to be per- mitted to walk to the place of execution, towards which he advanced with a quick pace and much composure, which was however sometimes disturbed by passing     objects that seemed to wound his recol- lection. At ten he arrived at the spot at which his destiny awaited him, and was     here attended by the Rev. Mr. FULTON , by whose pious labours he had already   confessed himself sincerely benefitted.-   He joined in prayer with the Minister with much fervor; and when given up     to the executioner, advanced to the cart   from which he was to be launched with   an air of confidence ; but when on the brink of eternity was so much overcome   by the dreadful pause that preceded the &nbs...

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MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 May 1806

MURDER.     On Friday Anthony Size, stock keeper   at Prospect, was found barbarously murdered, but by whom has not yet been   ascertained. The only accounts we are     yet in possession of state that two men passing near his hut with a cart, heard       the groans of the unfortunate man and proceeding towards the place from whence they issued, found him still alive, with his head leaning on a stump and welter in his own blood. They endeavoured to get from him some information that might lead to the detection of the horrible         atrocity, but could obtain no other ans-   wer than that it was a white man. They   placed him in the cart, and took him into Parramatta,where he was received into     the General Hospital, but he had long   since breathed his last. The body was examined by Mr. W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

ADVERTISEMENT FINDING my health so much impaired as to be no longer able to attend to   the Affairs of Mr. COX's Estate, I have           to request the Trustees and Creditors will     attend at the House of Serjeant Major Whit-   tel, on the 23d instant, when I will be ready   to deliver up my accounts.     T. ROWLEY, Treasurer.               NOTICE. Lost a POCKET BOOK containing the       Writings of a Farm purchased by Isabella   Suddis from Thomas Petrie, together with         Two Notes of Hand granted by David Bell,           one for 24l. to be paid in Pork, the other &...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

S Y D N E Y.   On Wednesday accounts were received from Hunters River, stating the total loss of the fine colonial schooner Gover- nor King, of which we last week made mention. The person who brought in the first account of her loss came away   very shortly after she struck, in order to   obtain timely assistance from the owners, if any service could be rendered ; but in the course of a few hours from the time he left her she went to pieces, and by the next morning fragments of the wreck were scattered along the shore for several miles. Great part of her freight of pork has been saved, but little else, ex- cept about two ton out of 12 ton of iron taken in at Dusky Bay in lieu of ballast, picked up from the wreck of the Endea- vour. Last week an extraordinary attempt was made upon the dwelling house of Mr. Hassall at Parramatta, which fortu-       nately failed owing to the family having not yet gone to bed...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

Secretary's Office, May 12, 1806. THE Undermentioned persons have ob- tained HIS EXCELLENCY'S permission       to depart the Colony, viz.     In the Schooner John. John Burback ; Wm. Redman   Henry Evans ; James Wallace In the Argo. Charles Wheelright.         All claims or demands on any of the above named persons are to be forth- with presented in writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Sec. NOTICE.     ON the 12th day of April last were received into His Majesty's Stores 12 square bars of iron weighing 112lbs.   supposed to be stolen from the said     store : If otherwise, any person hav- ing lost such are desired to attend    and prove their property. JOHN GOWEN, Store keeper.             6th May, 1806.   CAPTAIN JOHN BOYCE, &n...

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WAR with SPAIN. DECLARATION.—CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

WAR with SPAIN.   DECLARATION.—CONCLUDED. His Majesty *^ pks rr "Ti* ait the f« ne   time f." ' . ti.it C *v weie n$t to* detain, in i1- i i i' '¡ts,^' '.*ij be longing a ll\* Caih he r *aj * ",. » wiLng i fro na .* .if cp&T.'9 b ' o requue th Commarch rof .achfh o ?> "~ i du eel 7 to the p^rt fiom whence i a came, and only* io ikt r ve t oí hi« reefing tocom i fly with 1V< h '<e<p'tíkion, tod-tain and f fend "her £,, Gibraltar or to England. \ Fdiither directions v^ere given not to / 'detain any Spanifl) ho ne wai d - bound [ Ships of War, uniefs they ihould have ?treafure on board, nor merchant fh'}>» of that nation, however laden, on any ac count wfutfocver. That, in the prose- cution of thofc meafure« of precaution, many valuab'e lives ihould have been fa- jen ficed, is a fuhjetlof much regí et to His ¡ Maje ft y, who laments it as «?n event pro- j duced alone by an unhappy cona« 1 renee j of circu wilances...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

SYDNEY. By accounts received by the Estramina,   Lieutenant Governor PATERSON has   found it neccesary to remove the greater       part of his Establishment from Western     Arm at Port Dalrymple, to the country     above the Cataract; where the land         extends on both sides the Rivers North            and South Esk, into very considerable fertile   plains without a tree, and in many parts     extends further than the eye can reach, and is fully equal to every purpose of   grazing and tillage. Exclusive of the     valuable ground on the banks of those     Rivers, almost the whole space they         include is of the same description; and         &nbsp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

----------------------       N O T I C E.     JAMES COWAN, Labourer, having ab-     sconded from the Farm of JOHN   PALMER Esq. at Hawkesbury, without   settling the debt be was under obligation to discharge, and it being a certainty that the said COWAN is wandering about the   different Settlements imposing on credu- lous people to advance him property   under false pretences ;- --- As this species of comduct cannot be considered more or less than dwindling, I THOMAS BIGGERS,   who am in charge of the said farm,   warn all people against employing him, and furthermore offer a Reward of Two   Pounds for apprehending the said COWAN.     After this Public Notice it will be consi-   dered that any person or persons, harbour-      ...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, MAY 10. James Dobbs, John Town and Sa-   muel Glossop were finally examined, and   the first mentioned fully committed to       take his trial before a Court of Criminal     Jurisdictin. - With respect to the other, the Bench highly reprobated   the conduct of Town in affording a     sanctuary to a known offender, with whose habits he must have been acquain- ted, even admitting for a moment   that the evidence against him had not exten- ded further; but when the various cir-         cumstances that led to his being taken into custody were consdiered, an intimacy was obvious, and a connexion in crime       which rendered it difficult to discriminate          ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

    General Orders. Notwithstanding any former Or-   ders, Regulations, or Customs, His         EXCELLENCY strictly forbids any inha-       bitant or Person whatever in the     Towns or Settlements of Sydney Par- ramatta, Green Hills, and Castle Hill   quitting their respective dwellings on any pretext, in case of alarm by Fire, Com- motions, or otherwise, either by Night or Day, after the Drums have beat to Arms and the Alarum Bells are rung, excepting Police, Military. and others     stationed at the respective Alarm Posts, unless the service or appearance of any   collective number, or of Individuals may   be called for by the Magistrates, or Com-     missioned Officers Civil and Military.   Disobedience of this Order will s...

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BENCH of MAGISTRATES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 May 1806

BENCH of MAGISTRATES.   WEDNESDAY, MAY 7.     William Page, a bush-ranger appre-     hended the previous Saturday was brought       forward, and made a voluntary confession     of divers petty robberies committed du-         ring his last absence. He acknowledged             to have robbed the building of John       Harris Esq. at the Blackwattle's swamp?       not less than nine different times; he           likewise acknowledged being the offen- der who had attempted to rob the Wet           Provision Store; but being surprised in           the act by the unex...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 May 1806

NOTICE     TWENTY Head of Deer having larelr efcaced from the inclofue of JOHN HARRIS Efq. at the Blackwattle Swamp, all psi'ors tit hiirhy iii icti v cautioned % aiï-tii ii. &h< Uiing or in any other * ¿v I maimi *£ or huitín*: any of the ian] Dzti, en pam of pioiecinion ; An ! Owh~ - eis of !-)'*£> ¿re at the Í. me requiied to t »ke Nmi:c, that ihould anv <.! the t.\A 1 Deci be h^nnifed or tom. th? On^ \A\\l be dciuovec, the Garnet proíccuteti, and í a Re va id of Five Guinea«; paid by the a^ove Gentleman to tu.y informel proís- ¡ ¡cutmer to conviction. v To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, And immediate possession given, A Commodious Dwelling House at the back of the Stone Quarry at Parra-     matta, the property and in the present   occupation of Samuel Terry, of whom     further particulars may be had.   The buildings may be considerably &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 May 1806

Secretary's Office, May 12, 1806 The Undermentioned persons have ob-                               tained HIS EXCELLENCY'S permis-   sion to depart the Colony, viz. In the William Pitt     Henry Bloom? William Mirebell?         Angela B?r? William A>>>>>                             John Scott? William Austen William L?ve Edward Long Schooner John                 &...

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