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

SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday morning sailed the   William Pitt for Norfolk Island and China. And this day is expected to sail for Port Dalrymple the Venus colonial vessel with provisions for the use of His Majesty's settlement.     The Lucy private ship of war last week landed her guns preparatory to her heaving down for the repair of her hull.                  Secretary's Office, June 30, 1806   The Undermentioned persons have obtained HIS EXCELLENY's permission to depart the Colony, viz.         Abraham Ramsden, John Scott,         Thomas Warner, Jos. Haines.       All claims or demands against the above named persons are to be forthwith presented in writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Sec.              

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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HORATIO LORD VISC. NELSON. Memoir.—Concluded. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

HORATIO LORD VISC. NELSON.   Memoir - Concluded "In this command he had an oppor-   tunity of shewing his firmness and dis- cretion in some claims made by the Ame- ricans relative to the trade of the West   Indies. From July 1786 until June 1787 he continued in the same station, and at length sailed for England. In March 1787 he married Frances Herbert Nesbit of the island of Nevis, daughter of William Nesbitt, Esq. Senior Judge, and Niece to Mr. Herbert, President of that Island ; the Bride was given away       by Prince William Henry. " The Boreas being paid off in No- vember 1787, Captain Nelson retired to   enjoy the comforts of domestic society at the parsonage house of Burnham Thorpe, which his father lent him for a place of residence. Here he continued until the year 1790 ; and that interval may be set down as the only period of repose he had enjoyed from the active employment of his pr...

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

To be SOLD, Worthy the Notice of Artificers or Persons erecting capital buildings,       A Publication for the year 1805 of the BUILDER's PRICE BOOK, Comprising accurate Tables of the Pri- ces allowed by the most eminent British Architects and Surveyors for carpenters'  [joiners] ...ners, bricklayers, plaisterers, ma- .sons, plumbers, painters, glaziers black-   smiths, sawyers, slaters, and paviours works respectively ; including journey-   men's prices for labour only in the .seve-     .ral branches. Application to be made to G. Howe, at the back of the Commissary's Office. LOST     Supposed to be taken from her Moorings between Squires's Wharf and Parramatta, Good Boat, the property of Alex. Macdonald, settler at the Field of [Mars]; the dimensions of ther keel about   .. or 15 feet. Any person conveying information .. may tend to the recovery of the boat, to John Ramsey, settler in the &am...

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BENCH OF MAGISTRATES, SATURDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, Seven seamen formerly belonging to the Lucy private ship of war, but brought, hither in the Britannia, underwent an examination upon a charge of mutiny, by which Captain Ferguson, with the concurrence of his Officers had been in- duced for the safety of the ship and their own lives, to put them on shore upon the island of St. Catharine on the 17th of February last, as appeared by the evi- dence,   'The deposition of several Officers be- longing to the ship Lucy were taken in presence of the prisoners ; who were charged either severally, or conjointly and severally with divers mutinous tran- sactions, it various times committed ; &   with having on repeated occasions refu-   sed to comply with the orders of their   Officers ; and some of the parties accused having used expressions of a threatening   and mutinous tendency ; in consequence   of which, and the p...

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PARRAMATTA, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 June 1806

PARRAMATTA, JUNE 27,   Yesterday se'nnight two men were   corporally punished for stealing a pig the     property of Mr Larra. The same day Thomas Anderson who     was confined upon strong presumptive   evidence of his having a still in his pos- session, thought proper to render up to     the Magistrates the still and its apparatus before undiscovered; and was still de-       tained for further examination.     A woman was also charged before the   Magistrates with having stolen a quan-   tity of wearing apparel the property of Mr WENTWORTH ; and was committed   to the county gaol for further examina- tion on the charge.    

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

General Orders,         IN consequence of the Bad State of the       Roads leading from Sydney to Par-   ramatta, and the danger of Horses being lamed in the deep Ruts near Sydney,   It is hereby directed, that all Public and Private CARTS and WAGGONS passing     that Road, (not otherwise loaded) do take a Load of Brick-bits from the Brick- fields, and drop them in the Places ap- pointed by the Overseer of the Roads, provided it does not lie out of the way   of the place to which the Cart or     Waggon is going.     This Order to be enforced by John King, Overseer of the Brickmakers ;   who is to report those that do not choose to obey this necessary Regulation for     maintaining that part of the Road, and pre- serving their own Horses. &a...

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

L O S T.   Last Wednesday s'nnight, between Rich- mond Hill and Nepean River,       A Pocket Book, containing Bills   drawn by J Underwood to the       amount of 11£. ; another payable to Ruth Dealing for 3£ ; two Notes of W. Davidson Esq. for 1£ each ; a bill in   favour of Thomas Rebie for 1£ 13s. 10d. indebted by Robert Smith ; a 5£ Bank of England Bill indorsed by Joseph     Morley ; together with sundry Notes of Hand of different settlers, payable at Harvest. Any person who may have found the     said book is requested to restore it to John Johnston at Parramatta ; to M.   Spencer at Richmond Hill ; or to Th0-   mas Cheshire, at the Nepean ; by either of whom a Reward of Five Pounds will be paid on delivery of the Book. To be LET,   Furnished or Unfurnished, HANDSOME Apartm...

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

Advertisement. As a Paper of a most seditious and         mutinous tendency was put into my       hands on the morning of the 3d instant       (by a Convict, who said he found it near my barrack), purporting to be the sen-     timents of the Soldiers of the New South     Wales Corps under my Command ; but       which on the most minute investigation   appears to have been fabricated without the knowledge of any individual in the   regiment, whose uniform good Conduct     I have the utmost satisfaction in avow-       ing --I therefore offer a Reward of ONE HUNDRED GUINEAS To any Person or Persons who will bring       the Writer or Writers ...

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

SHIP NEWS                     On Monday sailed the Aurora, Cap-     tain Meyrick for the Penantipodes. His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nel- son will be ready to proceed to Port Dalrymple in the course of the ensuing week. On Tuesday morning arrived from   King's Town, His Majesty's colonial vessel Resource with coals and cedar. We are concerned to state, that the capture on the Coast of Chili of the Dart   brig, commanded bv Captain M'Lennan,   was attended with extraordinary circum-   stances of barbarity in March 1805, the     vessel being unexpectedly attacked when   the hands were getting up articles for barter and every one massacred except the Captain.

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From on English Paper of July 1805. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 July 1806

From an English Paper of July 1805. A dreadful thunderstorm was lately         experienced in the neighbourhood of   Norwich:-At Honingham, the seat of   Lord Bayning, a house on the brakes,   called the Shepherd's Lodge, was nearly                 demolished. The shepherd, who had       gone in on the approach of the storm,   was struck blind ; one child was burnt ;     and it is thought will not recover ; the   doors and windows were shivered to pieces, and many of the bricks forced out   of the wall, and carried with surprising     velocity to a great distance. The light-     ning on Friday was also very vivid at   &am...

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A Fable. The PIG and [?]h NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 July 1806

A Fable.           The PIG and the     A pie, condemn'd to wear an               there hence a Gard'ner thus be           fork     Good morrow neighbour is decreed, That, to thy wish, thy labours in did     . j -ce ft : -- ' What charming cabbages! I bore no harm   To praise what Nature has notign'd to 'charm?     What -but distant I'm content       To view the dainties in your paling spent.               With what delight, Si, do I cen           Those pregnan...

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Extracts from an English Paper of [?] last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 July 1806

Extraits /ram es n Snpli/î) F ? Mû. r' r c >~\ One of the numerous vc$el« v-n «¡ave lately earned Oeirraiuand vlcm¿ fiefugees'to America', the Sarah, lr? 1 Antwerp for New Yojk with 250^ fengers, wa« .«et at (eftjfafag ^ßv'V\ « fjom Portland for Barbsdoc^l i~c-*l ii»» «ein**, hàMifë;\ feet and a^bfrK^Ai j in her hold, with the hil of ttid<K*i * i mizen mair, ?,xid dtjhtute of ¿-itevis«»} having been T70 days» at isa. 'I j jchooner took on bcurd -dil the stccj except thirty, who » IR cuníví\.u.c: o? gale were neceParily Ick t». perns, h J j ing neither focd n#r watci ! '1 he lío j of she fclioouer v*çte, IKAVCVU» ÍOO\Í. ¿ l . * ! haul?ed, notw uMiardin«; they {ijjo^5 jonjana giJlof \witcr *nd a r¿\v p'-^ ttocach pcrion cLily : and forty ne: ^ weie ftarved to death before çhe.v.wi reached fLrbudoes. i JÎJ >pamili fchoon^r v^vean, VIK Havannah for St. D.dtoy:*;o, WÜ m i nuary lair, wrecked oiPL'ape Coi red, 11 -the people, ¿<t in number, got oil fhoi and for...

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

BENCH of MAGISTRATES.     SATURDAY, JULY 5.               John Franks, who was advertised as               having broke from custody, and other-     wise charged with misdemeanor, was     sentenced to receive 200 lashes, and   work three years for the Government.         Matthew Goolder charged also with     misdemeanor, was orderd to labout one year for the Crown.       The two Otahcitans were brought forward on the charge of robbing Wm.     Blackmore, but remanded. - Owing to the vigilance of the Police, all the stolen   property but a few, trifling articles &...

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

lift- iii;TrT""l-rrr*-1"»-*--"' ' .* ?" '?"""?-"??«MM»»». Publick Orders*/ $>, john BiaHcrfucn h appointed to ,v-^ % \ as Co'iih*b!«e, for Richmond ]tiili j>irî«icï;--~>\n-i 1 ho-nas Ch¿felai,d .c.eagh l||?r.!Í¿l; extending-it om .»«tie Cat eye tieek tov the lovYe-.ur.ofr. ccêie^i on both rides of the Ka'*'keibury iivcr. fi y Commani-ùf His Rxcslkxcy, G- BLAXCELL j Sec. SovfrnmeBc H*t,f'-> Svd»ejf JJÍV 6, tS-. 6/ ' " ' Secretary s Oßce, ^vly 6, iSû6. 1\ ¡f*» J- Ceioni fias obtained ilis .j.*--. £XCELLKNCV'Ä Permiflion to leave £ne C»lony in the fhip Siar; and the "jolie»vvi 117 Perfon* to proceed to the Southward in the fioop FiJ, viz. John Birback Francis Billiard Thomas Ling j *- o. Th^mpfon Ail claims or demands againit the ahevs,. named psrion are to be forliiwuh jnefented in writing at this 0\1ice. By Command of His Bxcllhacifa G. Blaxcell, Sec. .*s rJaJ*e SOLD by AttC'ilQN« BY JMR. BEVAN, ^f &/¿ /:&&//» /« Iii ? ti Si rat, Sydney, Oil Monday...

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STATEMENT of LOSSES SUSTAIN[?]D FROM FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 July 1806

STATEMENT           of     LOSSES SUSTAINED FROM FLOOD   The follow ing is the result of a detailed Inspection, taken by MR Marsden etc after the flood in March 1806, to ascertain the loss and damage occasioned by that unfortunate event to the Hawkesbury settlers. The inundations completely covered the surface of 36 000 acres of land, of which 14 000 acres were located to individuals the water lay ing on many parts from 12 - 18ft. 4,500 acres were in wheat and barley last year being reaped in Januar 4 acres were under maize in different st ates but mostly very forward; which, as well as the produce of 304 acres of garden ground, was almost entirely lost.                 The wheat stacks swept away and mostly lost (after accounting for the loss of the one third of what the full c...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 July 1806

    To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, As it is natural for every well-wisher     to the rising generation to interest himself         in its welfare, I sincerely regret the cause that on this occasion induces me to oc- cupy the attention of your Readers.         Religion and morality few persons   will hesitate to pronounce a part of F (??) education that should be attended to in   preferance to every other ; and few care- ful parents will deny, that the earlier the seeds are sown in the infant minds, the more, u.;"uriju'-t"and less liable to impair will be the produce.     My sabbitical observations lead me to conjecture however, that some among the many have not so totally their chil-   dren's benefit at heart as to consider their attention, or as necessary either to ...

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

  General Orders. WHEREAS Robert Whitmore, John Bell, Thomas Kenrick, and Christian Lyke have been convicted before a Bench of Magistrates of having excited a Mutiny on board the private Colonial Schooner Governor Hunter ; whereby that Vessel was in danger of being taken away ; and the Magistrates having, with the Approbation of His Excellency the Governor, sentenced the Offenders               to receive limited punishments and terms of hard labour. All persons con- cerned in private Colonial Vessels; are hereby required to cause the People they respectively employ to go on board some of the Vessels in the Cove; on Monday   Morning the 14th inst; at Eight o'clock, to witness the punishment to be inflicted on those daring Offenders ; whose ex- ample, it is hoped, will, prevent acts of so destructive a tendency to private pro- perty, and the existence of the unfortu- n...

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

                                  S Y D N E Y .       On Wednesday His EXCELLENCY                   and Family visited Parramatta ; and in the forenoon of yesterday His EXCEL-   LENCY returned to Town.       On Thursday last, a show of Cattle   took place at Parramatta, comprising         all the Government herds, which were   arranged in an open spot near Govern-     ment House, and inspected by His Ex-   cellency, accompanied by Major &n...

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FORTUNE'S INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 July 1806

FORTUNE'S INVESTMENT   ---   SIMEON LORN respectfully informs his   friends and the Public in general,   that the valuable Investment imported   in the Ship La Fortune, Captain Moore,   will be open for Sale on Commission on Thursday next, at his Warehouse in Sydney, confining of the following Arti-     cles, viz. Ship chandler's flores of various kinds anchors from ¾Cwt. to 7Cwt. , cordage from one to six inches lines and twine, paint and oil   a small quantity of pitch, rosin, and tar gentlemen's hats, boots, and shoes ladies' shoes and straw hats   woolen cloths and trimmings   cuilcry or various kinds ! brais irrnitur* for cabinet work , t I a fnuM aílbi traent of jcwelleiy " tin in facet* with folder \t ^. ! a variety of tin ware earthen and glass ditto slop cloathing, window glass   a few plated tea pots &c. bridles...

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

                  S H I P N E W S On Friday arrived from Port Dal-   lymple the schooner Governor Hunter,     Mr. Rushworth master, having sailed from thence the 26th ultimo, with Mr.   Chace late master of the brig Venus,   and several of his crew passengers. Some   of the seamen belonging to the Governor       Hunter were in consequence of highly     improper conduct during the vessels stay   at Port Dalrymple put in close confine-   ment, and sent hither as prisoners ; they   were accordingly lodged in gaol when   landed. Mr. Rushworth gives a very fine   account of the soil at the above settlement       as to its vegetabl...

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