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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 June 1806

      SHIP NEWS. On Thursday evening arrived His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson,     commanded by Acting Lieut. Symonds, In 19 days from Norfolk Island, having   previously landed Tippa kee and his little   Great New Zealand, after a passage of 5 weeks from hence. - Passenger, Ensign Lawson of the New South Wales Corp. Remain with His Majesty's ship Buffalo, the Aurora whaler, the William   Pitt to sail shortly for China and to touch Dalrymple; Sophia colonial vessel; Lucy   private ship of war refitting; and brig     Norfolk Island; the Venus for Port     Harrington, Estramina, and St.          Francisco & St Paulo.     During the week three vessels from the     Hawkesbury brought wheat and maize.     --- slender f...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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HORATIO LORD VISO. NELSON. M[?]m[?]ir continued [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 June 1806

HORATIO LORD VISC. NELSON   Memoir continued " In April 1772, a voyage of disco- very was undertaken, by order of the King, to ascertain how far navigation was practicable towards the North Pole,   to advance the discovery of a north west         passage into the South Seas, and to make such other astronomical observations as   might prove servicable to navigation -     On this voyage young Nelson solicited   to go, and, rather than be left behnd,   submittted to the appointment of cox-   swain to Captain Lutwidge, who, being   struck with the unsubdued spirit which he displayed on this occasion, contented to receive him in this capacity ; and     from that event a friendship commenced between these two Officers which has   continued without abatement to the pre-   &nbsp...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazetee. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 June 1806

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette.       SIR,     The difficulty I have often heard complained of in the rearing of Turkeys, induces me to present you with the fol-     lowing authentic communication on the subject.                   A celebrated Swedish writer upon           husbandry says, that most of our house-   wives have long despaired of success in rearing turkeys, and complained that the profit rarely indemnities them for       their trouble and loss of time ; whereas,         continues not little more is done than     to dunge the chick into a vessel of cold water, the very ...

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HINTS ON HUSBANDRY (From Dr. Elliot's Observatious on the common methods of raising Indian Corn). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 June 1806

HINTS ON HUSBANDRY (From Dr. Elliot's Observations on the common methods of raising Indian Corn).     ... -«i .?.i.-k¿ lane, being preyipully prcpa-, :ï| red, and the corn come .up, we.pleugli-a. / 1 furrurw off from the co/n on each fideV ] lyhcn -h eil, and'the ncxT:tímí; .pl&ugir up';/ j to thé-Corn'/ ío that thk.tiiiUgeTs ïitaViy/C. i-tiie jainfe as, is now;.propo¡ed:ío^ whea^T | j or yhäiever we would plant : only.. nvrV'J j the-, 'way,Í. 'would obi erVe, :; that fch'é ? M i plüughmgs betweèr/the ró^s^im^Ipdi'a'iv'T j coV-íi-r'-tó- io- ibciilow, 'tiiat-'oiie, ivauid ioi fi i apt to vthirik it "intended mr nothing; tnVre. h j ;narvmerely to'kTl tise gtaís^nd ^eê^l-sv;/'', j \yhereas'!r-i-s'fountlby ?.experience,, ihaty.fi I though t'htvc'' be neiiherg i asisTior^'eexii?; y' 1 j the ploughing.'and ho'emg: vrïil ;m'aké/h¿/|i , cam,..-.?'? ro-'w," anci- thai.:tli'e;.moTeViandT^S ? ploughed'.and hoed, ihe.be tter^alid'T^i^eH rf ?- tt -vu'ir r'eii-íV...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 June 1806

S Y D N E Y. The at attention of the Civil Court was   called upon previous to its adjournment on Monday last by a cause, from the     circumstances attending which we are induced to give it a brief statement. — The plaintiff a Mrs. Morgan from Par-   ramatta, brought an action for the reco-     very of 116£ from Thomas Jones, a           dealer, who objected to the whole cata-     logue of items, and vehemently protested   against the legality of the charges con   junctly and severally. The plaintiff             being required to substantiate, commenced     upon a single charge of 50£ for money   lent, &c. which the defendant knew no-     thi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

For Sale by Private Contract,             THIRTY Allotments of Land. eligibly and pleasantly situate for Building.           at the Green Hills, Hawkesbury ; and each Allotment containing 32 rods, being 4 in length, and 8 in depth, forming a part of Rickerby's Farm.       The purchasers may be accommoda-   ted, upon satisfactory security, with     credit until the month of February next,   upon application to Mr. T. Rickerby.     at the Green Hills.      

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

i/ * * General Orders.     THEGOVERNOR, having been unwil-     ling to lessen the reduced Ration of   Grain to those victualled from the Public   Stores until as much Wheat as possible   could be sown, He is now under the necessity of directing the Ration of   that species to be reduced as follows; which from a probable calculation     may last until November;-- When     it is hoped the prospects of the en- suing Wheat Harvest, and the Arrival of Rice contracted for from India may   admit of this necessary Reduction being enlarged, ; - '< TTo all MALIS ¿Four pQiftiás of flour or Five pounds cf wheat;,01 Five pounds and a half of J»rtey, ¿r Sjx p#uiids of maize. >. <. »Vi*« Four pounds and a Inîfaf fait pork, or Eight pounds of beef j and Six Ounces of fugar. Wemsn and Children in Proportion. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

^r--narr" ~J> 0 L T G S O F F I C B, $vrr.'7, y«T';rj ". *\ rSoóv rpHE Sutler«» and other W. .Kants of -'L r i 71: .but y, or o'i t':c <''.mks of 1 -»e livpea", pre her '«y e*m s ^y Cau- tion a{*., i,.it Uibom:P¿, fe ere ing, or employ- g Otherwife c5 .* « rly called JACI: « / J UGC-s ; He having lately ci e t^ei his Efcaoe fr^m the Cou "if y Ci* I. therein he was conn .ed for hemous m frierwan^r ; ar.d * bein; a Difcharged, Soldic-, mrn-1 over ' to the Common Law, Incierto obta.ns cncour4gemc.it ar.d employ by impofing fu:h Difcrui¿G as an indemnity to the Employer. ÄS from thelareft information received the above GfFendcr has fucccfsfully prac tied his in p «Tire in and about the Dif tricls aaove i ame \ every Perfon rendent therein or in any other Settlement is required to attend to this Public Notice, and to render every aflîftancc in appie iendine and giv P% him up to Juif ice. By Com/it* nd of His Excellency, J. HARRIS, Suben** " -¿"ni of Police. N O J 1 o E. MR....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

PEACH TREES               For Sale at Kissing Point.               WILLIAM FURBER gives Notice that he has now ready for trans-   planting a number of very fine Peach trees of the finest growth and flavour ;   among which are some very choice Newington Layers 5s. each ; Bnaring Trees 1s. and Sedlings 3d, each.     The encouragement he meets with induces him to pay such attention to the improvement of the Orchard as he doubt not will still secure to him,the Public favour, to which his unremitting assidu- ity in improving the various species will, he trusts, constitute his only Claim.         PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; and ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE       &am...

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Proclamation. HILIP GIDLEY KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

Proclamation. PHILIP GIDLEY KING 14 WHEREAS notwithstanding the re-     peated Orders, and the Conviction     of several Persons employed in distilling a pernicious Spirit, and the present Exi- gence of these Settlements for want of   Grain, yet it has appeared before a Bench of Magistrates, that a quantity of     Maize Wheat, and other Grain has   been malted for the purpose of distilling;   I do hereby strictly forbid any Person or     Persons whatever using any Grain for so     destructive a Purpose; and do hereby direct and require, that every Person convicted thereof before a Bench of Ma gistrates be fined in the penal Sum of Four Hundred Pounds Sterling and Im   improsioned for the Term of Six Calendar Months in the Country Gaol exclusive     of all other Penalties for Dis...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

SYDNEY.         A sample of the New Zealand Flax brought by the Lady Nelson from the     dominion of Tip-pa-bee strongly evinces   the extent and vigour to which this va- luable plant arrives there. Little as a people until very lately estranged to the     existence of any other country their own   can be acquainted with the tedious pro-   cesses necessary to the culture and prepa- ration of the flax, yet if we may judge     from its appearance in its rw or man-   factured state, experience appears to have   sufficiently instructed this ingenious race   of men in all the arts necessary to its fitness for the purposes to which they       hitherto apply it. Their untaught ef- forts in the manufacture of cloth are a sufficient proof of a capac...

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

SHIP NEWS         On Thursday arrived the Britannia       whaler last from the Coast of California,   a full ship, having been from England   about 22 months.- By that vessel we are sorry to hear, that the following English vessels have been captured on the Coasts of Peru and Chili, viz. the Sprightly, Captain Baker, the John, Captain Moody,   the Betsey, Captain Roe, the Dart,   Captain McLennon, and the Minerva   private ship of war of London, which   latter vessel was carried into Callao.   Remain with the above the ships as per last; the Aurora expected to sail this day, and William Pitt ready for sea.     And yesterday morning came in from   a cruise off New Zealand, the Star, Captain Bierney. She touched at the Penantipodes, from whence she brought passenger Mr William Ste...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. On Friday the Court assembled, and proceeded to the trial first, of   Robert Davis, labourer, for burgla- riously entering the dwelling house of Mr. Matthew Pearce, settler at Seven Hills, on the night of the 22nd April     last, in company with Patrick M'Dermot   (who was convicted of the offence and   since executed) and two other persons at present unknown. Elizabeth Fielding also handing in-         dicted for having feloniously received knowing to be stolen, a pair of nankeen pockets, which among other property was then forcibly taken away. Mrs. Pearce being called deposed, that in consequence of information received on the 29th of May from Mr. Knight, Superintendent at Castle Hill, she accom-   panied her husband thither, saw various   articles of wearing apparel, her property,   hanging on a fence, they having been found in a hut which Mr. Kn...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

SYDNEY. The Court of Civil Jurisdiction will re-assemble at Sydney on Monay next, (to morrow).   The sales by auction by Mr. Bevan on Thursday were thinly attended, owing to the badness of the weather. Some   articles sold however at tolerable prices; among which were some excellent boot materials, and a quantity of shoes in small lots, the latter returning 10s. to 14s. per pair. A herd of Swine, put up six at a time for the better accommoda- tion of the bidders, sold reasonably; in   somuch that several lots purchased by a   jo ber were the same day re sold at four   pence a pound alive by private contract,   leaving him something in pocket. In consequence of information a search       for distilling implements was made on     Fridav se'nnight on the premises of - Anderson, a settler at the North Rocks, for a still, &c.; when several...

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HORATI[?] Memory continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 June 1806

HORATIO LORD VISC. NELSON. Memoir continued.   "Soon after the arrival of Sir Peter   Parker at Jamaica, in 1778, he appointed Lieutenant Nelson third of the Bristol,   his flagship; from which by rotation,           he became the first, and under Sir Peter         Parker's flag concluded his services in the rank of a lieutenant. On the 8th       of December, in that year, he was     appointed, on ??? ????, Commander of       the Badger brig; in which he was soon     ordered to protect the Mosquito there       and the Bay of Honduras from the           depredations of American privateers. In   this service he acquired the grateful &am...

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SYDNEY. JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

S Y D N E Y, June 30. Yesterday Mary Parker, Catharine Macbeth alias Eyres, and J Blundell were apprehended with a quantity of tea in their possession, suspected to be stolen from the American ship Criterion. A Bench of Magistrates being called to investigate the business, several per-   sons were brought forward, who had purchased small quantities from Mary Parker ; who accounted for her having had it by saying she received it from Mrs. Macbeth in whose lodgings a large sample of the same kind of tea had been found by the Police, when ordered to search the house. This woman said she had received it from Blundell, whose       cautious or rather suspicious deportment     on the occasion she acknowledged to be such as might have awakened apprehension. The property being thus far traced, it now only rested with the male prisoner to account for it ; in order to attempt which he said, that being near the sea- &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

Commissary's Office, June 28, 1806. EVERY person having Public Claims on Government are to give them in to me on or before the 10th of July next,     that they may be finally settled by the   20th, for the Quarter ending the 30th instant -No claims that are made after the 2oth of July will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency,         J PALMER. Commissary.   N O T I C E. ALL Persons having any claim or demand on the Estate and Effects of the late Mr. John Muirhead, deceased, are requested to deliver them attested to Mr.Simeon Lord, Administrator, on or         before the 20th of July next ; and all persons indebted to him are desired to make good their payments on or before the above stated time.   Sydney, June 28, 1806. To be SOLD by AUCTION, BY MR. BEVAN, On Wednesday next the 2d of July, at the Warehouse o...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

to*»K~a.4-3a* . t; General Orders His EXCELLENCY has observed with   much concern, that at the present   time of scarcity most of the Gar- den Ground attached to the Allotments whereon different descriptions of persons     have been allowed to build Huts are to-   tally neglected, and no Vegetable   growing thereon ;- As such neglect in the Occupiers points them out as unfit toprofit by such indulgence, Those   who do not put the Garden Ground attached to the Allotment they oc- cupy in cultivation on or before the froh day of July next. will be dis-   possessed (except in cases wherein Ground is held by Lease), and more industrious persons put in possession of them, as the present necessities of the Settlement re- quire every exertion being used to sup- ply the wants of families by the Grounds attached to their Dwellings being made as productive as possible.   June 21...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

POLICE OFFICE, SYDNEY, JUNE 20, 1806. The Settlers and other Inhabitants of Hawkesbury, or on the Banks of the Nepean, are hereby expressly Cau- tioned against harbouring, secreting, or         employing       JOHN FRANKS                 Otherwise commonly called JACKEY BUGGS ; He having lately effected his Escape from the County Gaol, wherein he was confined for heinous misdemeanor ; and being a discharged Soldier, turned over to the Common Law, hitherto obtains encouragement and employ by, imposing. such Discharge as an indemnity to the Employer.               As from the latest information received of the above Offender has successfully prac-tised his imposture in and about the Dis-tricts above-name...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

SYDNEY.   The court of civil jurisdiction on     Monday last assembled (as per adjourn-   ment) and continued its sittings until       Wednesday when the proceedings were       again adjourned to Monday next; upon     which day the Court will be opened at Parramatta.             A settler of the name of McGee has so far succeeded in the tobacco plantation as to have found rapid sale among his neighbours for his whole crop at a bushel of wheat a pound prior to the flood - by which disastrous event we are sorry to   learn he lost several acres of promising tobacco, on which he had bestowed every   care with the necessity of which his short experience in the growth of the plant acquainted him. This was not the only loss of the kin...

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