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

        SHIP NEWS. On Monday returned from a cruise off           New Zealand, the American ship Bro-   thers, captain Worth, with 900 barrels of sperm oil; about a month since spoke   the Argo, captain Bader, in lat. 29, all well. On Tuesday arrived the Vulture South     Sea whaler, captain Folger, with 500   barrels of sperm oil. She has been from   England 18 months ; visited the coast of Peru and Chili ; captured several Spanish   vessels, among which was the ship Ceres out of Conception, which she dis¡patched   to St. Helena to await convoy for Eng-   land; and brought sundry prize goods,   We are extremely sorry to learn from   Captain Moor, that the last information   he had heard respecting Captain FLIN- DERS declared that inest¡mab...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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VICTORY OFF TRA[?]ALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 July 1806

VICTORY OFF TRAFALGAR   An Officer of the Euryalus has enabled       us to lay before our readers the follow- ing very interesting circumstances atten- ding this memorable event. " The ac- tion was commenced by Admiral Col- lingwood in the Royal Sovereign, 20 minutes before any other ship. It was     Lord Nelson's intention to have begun the action by passing a head of the Bu- centaur (Villeneuve's ship), that the Vic- tory might be a head of her, and aft of the Santissima Trinidad : but the Bu- centaur shooting a head, his Lordship was obliged to go under her stern, raked her, and luffed up on her starboard side. The     Bucentaur fired four broadsides at the Victory before his Lordship ordered the     ports to be opened, when the whole broadside, which was double shotted, was   fired into her, and the discharge made   such a tremendous cras...

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

SYDNEY, July 27.     At a Bench of Magistrates yesterday   several persons who were apprehended   on suspicion of stealing an immense     quantity of sugar were examined and     remanded for further examination.       The charge against Murphy and his     accomplices lies over for further investi- gation.         Several women who were taken into custody for going on board a vessel be- fore admission for a communication from the shore had been granted, are ordered   to King's Town.       When the brig Venus, (the daring   capture of which we have already unfor- tunately had to mention) entered Two-     fold Bay on her passage to Port Dalrym-   ple, the people were...

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

SYDNEY.         When the Fortune left Great Britain   provisions were at the following prices;   viz. the quartern loaf wheaten 14d. Beef     8d. to 9d. and mutton 10d. per pound.   Private accounts state the arrival in   England of Admiral Rainer in the Trident   64 on the 2d of October last, with an India fleet consisting of 44 sail, the largest   fleet ever known to have arrived from thence.   The same accounts mention the safe arrival of the Ocean, Captain Mertho;   but speak doubtfully of the fate of the       Coromandel as well as the Experiment. --------   A settler at Seven hills states the following circumftancc relative to losses sustained by grain in stock:- That im- mediately after the harveft 20 sheaves   threshed out of a bushel of wheat weighing 6Olbs but that in ...

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

General Orders. As new Indents for the Assignment of Prisoners to Individuals are directed to be prepared, It is hereby required that every person to whom the labour of   Prisoners have been so assigned, do attend at the Secretary's Office, Sydney, on   Monday the 4th of August at Parra-     matta on Tuesday the 5th, and at the Green Hills, Hawkesbury, on Thursday the 7th of August, to sign the respective   Indents for their Servants, in default of which the Prisoners now in their services will be recalled to Public Labour pre-   vious to the General Muster.   A General Muster of all the Male Prisoners off or the Stores, also       Freeman of all description (except those   holding Ground by Grant Lease or Ren- tal) on or off the Stores, will be taken at Hawksebury, Parramatta, and $yd- ney on Tuesday the 12th of August next at Nine O'Clock i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

NOT l CF. TTTHFIKAS a Bay Colt and Chefnwt ** Fiil->y abojat ttyo years ela each were lately found trefpailing on the Farm ©f 1. Nichol?, at Concord ; this is to give Notice, that the owner may have the fame upon Application to the Pr^pric tor »f the kid Farm, ina defraying caf pences« * - j Te ?*e Sold by Private Contra^, >/ | Aiid immediate poJTeftcn &iven, <¿-/¿L» J \ Good «nd Oimïïi.'i-'iOLS Lwclrrgy i ^ * houíe, occupy-n-^ a,Lea tfcold Äiiot ( ment oí Gioutu, 9 ycai* to co'rut and j urexpoed j pLâUbtfiy a t* dcurt'ïly fjtu ¡ at**, Ko. 3, £fc')¡t<k **' w, iydiiey. j F/u- p/emi«es inn1 ant two *cry gof.á » Roo».*, convenient Shilling, R.itche<-?, ana other Appartenances app.f pnate ?o the lecepcion or A ranuly j the garden ml fail crop, with irocjL y ¿»tu, an cACehtnt well, ace, Arc. Sic. \ J If» ta le difp$fed tf, All the neat znd good houihold furniture ; c«mpiifii«g , .» I Feather bed?, bo)flers and pillows bsrdl*??&/*.'* ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

._»»-«SV8S«ft* «ffiö». «gi*. -uaSt^Sl^ <JI «rvnnt«7»»m SHIP NEWS       On Sunday last arrived from King's Town His Majesty's colonial vessel Re- source, with coals and cedar for Govern-     ment.   Same day failed His Majest's colo-     nial schooner Estramina, with salt and dry provisions for Hobart Town. Tuesday sailed the Criterion and Fa- vorite; and next day the Star on a cruise. On Thursday sailed with prisioners for King's Town the private colonial     vessel Venus; and day following the   Resource.   Printed at- Sydney and        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

    STOLEN or STRAYED From the Inclosures of J. HARRIS Esq. At Blackwattle Swamp, An English Ewe, with horns, of the Hampshire breed, and her LAMB. about ten days old.   Any person returning the said Ewe and   Lamb within ten Days will receuve Two   Guineas Reward ; and if longer detained the person or persons implicated will be   prosecuted with the utmost severity, and     a reward of ten Guineas paid to an In- former on conviction of the parties.   HF Guinea Reward.-Strayed from Sydney, on Sunday the 27th ultimo, ~ a bl ck Bullock grazed on the ncAi . ihoulde , with trie Collar, and the point . oí the off horn ipi it, vnth a rope tied on thehrin«" --Alio, a wuk biovvn Fullcck viith ftratt hoins pointing to right and let, alude gr;z;d on the neck with the Collar, and a Rar on the forehead. 'J ne above Rcwa.d will be given to any pan on who will give information to j...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

Secretary Office, August 3, 1806       THE following Persons have obtained HIS EXCELLENCY'S permission to   depart the Colony, viz.   In the Fortune. George Garret Timothy Merrick   Edward Smith Henry H...     Edward Dr... John Baird   E... .... Anthony Clark         Edward Fry George Loden? Richard Clarke William Smith Henry Moody James Kirk? John Guernsey Thomas Daily   Thomas Horrox George Coulson In the Vulture     John V... William Smith         In the Fl.... Richard B.... All claims or demands on any of the above mentioned person are to be forth- with presented in Writing at this Office.   By Command of His Excellency, To be Let by the         ORPHAN COMMITE...

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DEATH OF ADMIRAL LORD VISCOUNT NELSON [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

DEATH Of               ADMIRAL LORD VISCOUNT NELSON     Very interesting particulars respecting   the Death of the late brave, magnanimous,       and forever to be lamented Lord Vi-         count NELSON ; whose memory must to   the end of time be held dear to a grateful         Country, in whose Service after having       performed innumerable deeds of heroism, it was the Hero's fate to fall, covered with Laurels that can never fade, because   they are sprinkled with a Nation's tears.         These particulars we have collected from the various details given in the   London papers; and a...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

POSTSCRIPT         Yesterday morning His Excellency set out at nine o'clock for Parramatta.   and returned to town in the evening. A Court of Vice Admiralty (by ad- journment) met on Wednesday and Thursday, and proceeded in an examina- tion respecting some Spanish property   contained in the ship Vulture; which was condemned, and will be disposed of by Public Vendue. It comprises several     tons of tallow, Spanish soap, and cocoa. Some other property captured by the Lucy was likewise condemed ; and con- sisted of a small assortment of jewellery,   pearls, &c.   Yesterday a Bench of Magistates as-   sembled ; when Murphy and his accom-   plices, accused of divers robberies, were remanded for final examination to-mor- row or next day, when they will most likely be fully commuted for trial at the   latter end o...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

General Orders.       As new Indents for the Assignment of   Prisoners to Individuals are directed   to be prepared, It is hereby required that every person to whom the labour of   Prisoners has been or is so assigned, to attend at the Secretary's Office, Sydney,   on Monday the 4th of August ; at Par-   amatta on Tuesday the 5th ; and at   the Green Hills, Hawksbury, on Thursday         the 7th August, sign the respective       Indents for their Servants ; in default of     which the Prisoners now in the service   will be recalled to Public Labour   previous to the General Muster.   A General Muster of all the Male     Prisoners off or on the Store, also     Free...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 August 1806

SYDNEY.           The very great loss of stock rendered   probable by the present excessive scarity     of grain, we have the satisfaction to hear is in great part likely to be prevented by   the measures of humane precaution which     many settlers have adopted, of turning       their swine daily into the woods and un- cultivated grounds behind their farms -     A settler at Hawkesbury below the Green Hills assures us that this method   is almost general in his neighbouthood,   and that its advantages are already visable in the preservation of many creatures which must have otherwise perished before this time. His children drive   them out and in; and are admirably at-     tentive in the performance of a task imposed by necess...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

     SHIP NEWS. The passengers arrived by His Majesty's     Ship Porpoise and the Sinclair, exclusive of His     Excellency Governor BLIGH and Suite, are,   By the Porpoise - C. Grimes, Esq. Surveyor   General; Mr, Edward McArthur; and     Lieutenants Henderson and Breedon of the Royal Marines, to join the Military Establishment   at Hobart on the River Derwent.     By the Sinclair - Mr. Fitz, Deputy Commisary     and Family; Mr. Gore, Provost             Marshall, and Family; and ---- Townson,       Esq. formerly a Captain in the New South   Wales Corps.       On Tuesdav arrived the Elizabeth, captain   Buncker, from England; touched at Rio and     the Cape and made her passage from the latter in seve...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

To be Sold by Auction By MR. BEVAN,         At his Rooms in High Street, Sydney, on Monday, the 18th instant,     THE following valuable Articles the property of a Gentleman leaving the Colony :—   A quantity of Persian of various colours   muslins of all kinds             Norwich shawls and printed calicoes   5 black lace veils           green silk umbrellas       a quantity of buckram             anchor buttons engraved               japann'd smoaking dishes and knife tray       &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

Secretary's Office, August 10, 1806. THE following Persons have obtained His Excellency's permission to depart the   Colony, viz. In the Fortune - John Shepherd, Jas. Smith, James Barnet, and Thomas Roberts. In the Richard and Mary - John Green. Claims or Demands on the above persons are     to be forthwith presented in Writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Sec. To be SOLD at AUCTION   BY MR ESVAN, On Tuesday the 26th instant, if not pre- viously disposed of by Private Contract, A Handsome, commodious, bricked and weather boarded, shingled Dwelling House with two good store rooms, a kitchen, stable, chaise house, and a garden well fenced and in a high state of cultivation; most eligi-       bly and desirably situated, with a Lease of which Twelve Years are unexpired. Also, a capital strong Bay Gelding, warran-                              ted safe to ride and drive; a capital s...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR BLIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

SYDNEY     ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR BLIGH On Tuesday last arrived, with his Majesty's     ship Porpoise, the Lady Magdeline Sinclair on board which vessel was Governor BLIGH, who having received Governor KING's   congratulations on his arrival by Major JOHNSTON and Captain HOUSTOUN, the same day landed on a private visit to Governor KING; by whom he was received at the Government Wharf- [For His EXCELLENCY's General Orders on that subject we refer   to the front page.] At 9 o'clock on Friday morning the New South Wales Corps and Sydney Loyal Association were under arms with the colours of the Regiment. On Governor BLIGH'S leaving the Sinclair that ship fired a salute of fifteen guns; and on       His Excellency's leaving His Majesty's ship   Porpoise, which ship he had gone on board to hoist his pendant, he was saluted with fifteen guns. He then went on board His Majesty...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

To be LET by the     ORPHAN COMMITTEE, For a Term of Three Years,     THE very valuable Farm known by the name of GROSE FAR M, pleasantly     sítuate within two miles of Sydney, on the Parramatta Road : Comprising Five Hundred Acres of Land about 50 of which are clear ; together with a commodious Farm Residence, and Out-buildings, with two good Gardens. Any persons desirous of entering on the pre-     rnises are required to deliver sealed Tenders at   the Orphan House on or before the 24th in- stant.       George Dowling, Clerk to the Committee Sydney, Aug. 2, 1806.____________ To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT,   A Very capital and commodious Dwelling House, delightfully situate on the Rocks, and commanding at once an uninterrupted pros- pect to South Head, the Parramatta River   and the whole picturesque ...

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General Orders. Head Quarters, Aug 7, 1806. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

General Orders.     Head Quarters, Aug 7, 1806. His Excellency Governor Bligh being arrived to relieve Governor King, he will land tomorrow at eleven o'clock ; and is to be received by the troops and garrison     with the honours due to his rank as His Majesty's Captain General and Governor in Chief. In consequence of some previous arrangements                                 Governor King retains the Executive Authority until Wednesday                 next, the 13th instant when he will embark on board His Majesty's ship Buffalo at eleven o'clock ; after when his Excellency Governor Bligh's     Comm...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 August 1806

S Y D N E Y, Last night's passing showers. though light   will in some degree, it may be hoped, be found   beneficial to the gardens, many of which   that were heretofore supinely suffered to lie   waste, are at length taught obedience to the   hand of art. That some allotments still lie dormant is surely at the present crisis a fevered reproach to the occupiers, who, by timely attention to the exhortation conveyed by His Excellency's General Order of the 21st of June last, would have enjoyed advan- tages from, which neglect unhappily for their families debars them. ? The presumption of a scarcity succeeding our last irremediable losses should certainly have stimultated to exertion in averting as much as possible its otherwise ine- vitable consequences. From that unfortunate period, to the present every article of subsistence has experienced a rapid rise--nor is it certain that either has yet attained its maximum. One ...

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