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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

    Notice,   ALL Persons having any Public or Private Claims on GOVERNOR     KING, or any part of his FAMILY, are desired to communicate the same in   Writing to Garnham Blaxcell, Esq.     before the 20th of this Month; after   which period none will be attended to. Government House, Sydney, August 9, 1806. Commissary's Office August 9, 1806 BEING directed by His Excellency     Governor King to close the public       Accounts of this Territory on the 12th instant, Every Person having Public Claims       on Government is to give them into me im- mediately, that they may be finally settled by the 2oth Instant—No Claims that are     made after the 2oth instant will be at-   tended to.     By Command of H...

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 — 17 August 1806

General Orders. IN addition to Governor KING'S Orders of the 9th instant, every Public       Accountant is hereby directed to close their    respective Accounts up to the 13th instant, in order that they may be exhibited to and audited by my Predecessor before his   departure, as no former Claims of any kind   will be attended to after the Buffalo sails, which is intended to take place on the 28th of September.       By Command of His Excellency,   E. GRIFFIN, Sec. Government House, Sydney, August 17, 1806.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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To His Excellency WILLIAM BLIGH, Esquire, Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its Depencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

To His Excellency WILLIAM BLIGH, Esquire,Captain Ge-                 neral and Governor in Chief in   and over the territory of New South Wales and its Depen- cies, &c. &c. &c. May it please your Excellency, " THE Officers Civil and Military, with the Free Inhabitants of this Colo-   " ny, beg leave respectfully to offer their " sincere Congratulations to your Excel-     " lency, upon your Appointment to this " Government, and to express their hap- " piness at your safe arrival.   " They trust that your Excellency will   " not entertain unfavourable opinions of " the fertility and natural Resources of " the Country, from the unfortunate   " scarcity which the late Inundations " have occasioned; for be assured, Sir,   " you will find the Country, under the...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 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 English yew tree & grey wood tea caddies   mahogany shaving boxes 6 kegs of paint, Spanish brown, and 1 olive green ditto steel spring snuffers, &c. At the same time will be sold, in 2 ele- gant Volumes Imperial Quarto, An His-   torical Journal of the Transactions at     Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, illustra-   ted with numerous maps, charts, views,   and other beautiful embellishm...

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LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY MARCH 24, 1806. Admiralty Office, March 24, 1806. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY       MARCH 24, 1806.       Admiralty Office, March 24, 1806.   Dispatches of which the following are copies, from Vice-Admiral Sir John         Thomas Duckworth, K. B. command-     ing a squadron of His Majesty's ships, addressed to William Marsden Esq; and         brought to England by Captain Nathaniel Day Cochrane, were yesterday received at the Admiralty : Superb to Leeward of the Town of St. Domingo, about 12 Leagues, Feb 7, 18o6. Sir, As I feel it highly momentous for His Majesty's service, that the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty should have the earliest information of the movements of the squadron under my command, and as I have no other vessel than the Kingsfisher that I feel justified in dispatching, I hope neither their ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

Secretary's Office, Aug. 24, 1806. The undermentioned def'fs s have-obtained His excellency's permission to depart the colony,viz.           . Hi.. LACcliency's j'ermi.n»n te Colony, ,v,z. .- . * '* * ;J -. In the Britannia.-Mr. Edward Wood. In the Richard and Mary- Dr Joùrdainer In the Governer»01 UV' ¿/--V1 ; John Ap/ey,     John Hogan, Chris Savage, Peter Fenlaw,     and John Chandler.     All claims or demands against either of the     said persons are to be forthwith presented in   'Vritin, at this Office.     By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec.     To be Sold by Auction BY MR. BEVAN, At his house in High-Stree., Sydney, on Friday       'Next, the-29th iniftanr,     &am...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

General Orders. His MAJESTY'S Commission, appointing WILLIAM BLIGH, Esquire,       F. R. S. a Captain in the Royal Navy, to be His Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of   New South Wales und its Dependencies, having been this day read, and HIS MAJESTY having been graciously pleased to direct the Right Honourable Viscount CASTLEREAGH "To express His Majesty's   entire Approbation of the Conduct     of Governor KING, as manifested     in the important Charge committed to   him and His Majesty's Satisfaction at the     great Improvements which the Colony     has received under his Superintendance,"       as communicated by His  Lordship's   Dispatch of the 22nd of November, 1805, - All existing General Orders,     Proclamations, and local Regulations made by Governor KING are to remain in full force and effect, unles...

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ADDRESSES. TO PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esquire, late Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

ADDRESSES.     To PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esquire, late Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory         of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. " THE Officers Civil and Military, with     the Free Inhabitants of this Colony, at this moment of your departure from     amongst them, respectfully intreat you       to accept their unfeigned wishes for   your Health, Happiness, and Prospe-   rity.   " They sincerely hope that you will safely and speedily arrive in your na-   tive Country ; and when there, that   His Majesty's Government will duly   apprecíate your Services, in discharg-   ing the duties of an Office arduous and   difficult beyond what can...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

NOTICE.           IN consequence of repeated Thefts having been commited in my Garden in the Town       of Parramatta I do hereby offer a   Reward of ten Guineas     To any person or persons who will render information w hereby the offending parties may be brought to conviction. And it being my determination to prosecute with unexampled severity all and every person   who shall be detected herein, I do hereby     give notice, that independent of the above Reward no further expence or trouble   will be spared in accomplishing so necessary an object. (signed) J BRABYN       NOW on SALE                       At the ...

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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

SYDNEY GAZETTE, At eleven o'clock on Wednesday last His Excellency Governor King, accom- panied by Governor BLIGH, reviewed the New South Wales Corps, on their Parade; after which Governor KING took a public leave of the Officers and Soldiers of that Corps by a General Order.—After taking some refreshment         at Major JOHNSTON'S Quarters, THEIR     EXCELLENCIES returned to Government       House; where Governor King resigned     the Executive Authority to his Suc- cessor : After which Governor KING, with Governor BLIGH, accompanied by   all the Commissioned Officers of the Civil Department and other respectable Inha- bitants, passed to the Government Wharf, the passage to which was lined by the New South Wales Corps and Sydney Loyal Association, paying Military Ho- nours to Governor King, which were repeated on Governor Bligh's repassing the line, aftertaking leave of Governor...

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POLICE OFFICE. Sydney, August 16, 1806. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

POLICE OFFICE.   Sydney, August. 16, 1806.   WHEREAS John Murphy, a notorious Deprecator and Bush ranger, having on Friday night last effected his Escape   from Custody in the County Gaol, all   Settlers and other Persons throughout the various Settlements are hereby strictly     cautioned against employing, concealing, harbouring, or in any manner assisting or encouraging the said Offender, on pain of     the penalties prescribed being strictly and rigidly enforced. - And all Constables,     Watchmen, and other persons whatsoever,   are hereby required to assist by information     or otherwise in apprehending the said Offender, whose repeated crimes have rendered him obnoxious to society.-And   and person apprehending or causing him   to be apprehended , will, on his being delivered up to m...

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SYDNEY, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

            SYDNEY, June 24.             The cargo brought by the Raven consists of     50 tons of  salt and 56 firkins of butter, 80 boxes   of cheese, 2 puncheons of hams, 60 hogsheads   of porter and ale, 54 casks bottled porter,     port wine in chests Hollands, brandy Jamaica rum, 17 crates and 26 casks of bottles, 26 trunks and cases of haberdashery, 16 bales and 1 cask of slops, 15 boxes and 3 casks of hats, 12 trunks and 2 casks of shoes, 2 ditto of perfumery, 5 cases and casks of saddlery & leather, 5 cases and           4 bundles of tin ware, 300 boxes of soap, 9   ditto of tobacco pipes, 25 casks of nails, 8 casks and 1 case of ironmongery, 3 bundles of ditto, 250 iron p...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

Secretary's Office Aug, 16, 18o6. THE Undermentioned Persons have ob-   tained His Excellency's Permission to depart the Colony, viz.   In the Fortune—Owen Gorman, Thos.   Melse Burrowes, and James Cannan. In the Britannia—Patrick. Shannon, In the Vulture—George Turner.   In the Richard and Mary—Samuel Si-   mons. All claims or demands against either of the said persons are to be forthwith pre-   sented in writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, E Griffin, Sec.     As the Ship Richard and Mary will sail   from this Port in a few days. all claims or demands 0n Captain Lucas to be presented without delay.                

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 August 1806

General Orders. General Muster of the Settlers and others holding Lands by Grant, Lease, Rent, or otherwise will take place as follows : At Hawkesbury, below the Green Hills, on Monday the 18th of August ; above the Green Hills on Tuesday the 19th of August ; the Nepean and Richmond   Hill Settlers on Wednesday the 20th of August. All Settlers or other Persons holding Lands by any Authority under the Govern-   ment of this Territory, having Claims       or Requisitions to make are to present the same in Writing on the days of Muster respectively.   By Command G. BLAXCELL, Sec.     Government House, Sydney,     July 27, 1806.           ALTHOUGH a few individuals appear to have commenced getting into cultiva- tion the Allotments of Garden Ground attached to the Dwellings they are allowed to oc...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

. \ S Y D-ST r Y. In ccnu-^uc.iCeof 'nfor nation, fkr hou^e v«c gh'Dav-Iv , ice. »cr a Auhmond, ¡IA' v tek under A'en »i »*loCî ©Arch, for fpmis dirtnle. i;i ?e col on. v. J *.rte of ,a vpijity le'.cirmli * bi^nd^ ver^ found, *aiici ytiLvà up>Mi9 » b>* '«iiiöiicd i i p1 -»of. Jn ucluav ia1* "-'actick F»eld was iimiortnnauly tar w i ou'- or,a cart on the i.* it Je hill road, aad fr vc tal of h', s ribs ,bri'ke, t>cfideb toeinj» otherwife fcverely ¡b uiisd. Srveral labourer* have lately abfronded »fions the employ of their maftcrs in the 'Vicinity of Parramatta ; to whom various ^depredations fubfequently committed have ;bsc-n with much probability attributed. The house of John Larkham, at the   Field of Mars, was some nights ago broke into, and a small quantity of wheat taken   away. His wife, who was alone in the house, and in bed at the time, heard the window open in the room adjoining that in which she slept, and dreading a repeti- tion of the ma...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

To be SOLD by AUCTION BY MR. BEVAN, On Monday the 1st of September next, 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 culti- vation ; most eligibly and desirably situ- ted with a.......     Years are unexpired—the Residence of J. SHERARD Esq. purser of His Majes-     ty's Ship Buffalo.     Also, a capital strong Bay Gelding   warranted safe to ride and drive ; a   catital strong Gig with English wheels,     springs, and ? , and a compleat set of plated Harness ; sundry houshold   Furniture, a number of Books, &c.   &c. &c. References to be made to the Auctioner. &am...

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To His Excellency WILLIAM [?]LICH Esquire, Captain General and Go vernor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales, and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. "May it please your Excellency, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

To His Excellency William Bligh               Esquire, Captain General and Go     vernor in Chief in and over the   Territory of New South Wales, and         its Dependancies, &c. &c. &c. "May it please your Excellency,   "The Officers Civil and Military, with     the Free Inhabitants of this Colony,       "beg leave respectively to offer their sin     "cere Congratulations to your Excel-   "lency, upon your appointment to this       "Government, and to express their hap-     "piness at your safe arrival.             &amp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

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SYDNEY, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

    SYDNEY, June 24. The cargo brought by the Aecteon consists of   50 tons of salt and 56 firkins of butter, 80 boxes of cheese, 2 puncheons of hams, 60 hogheads       of porter and ale, 54 casks of bottled porter,     port wine in chests, Hollands, brandy, Jamaica     rum, 17 crates and 26 casks of bottle, 26 trunks     and cases of haberdashery, 16 bales and 1 trunk         of slops 15 boxes and 3 casks of hats, 12 trunks and 2 casks of shoes, 2 ditto of perfumery, 5   cases & casks of sadlery & leather, 5 casks and     4 bundles of tin ware, 300 boxes of soap, 19 ditto of tobacco pipes, 25 casks of nails 8 casks and 1 case or ironmongery, 3 bundles of     ditto, 250 iron pots and 8 bundles of rolled iron, 30 bundles iron hoops, 1 cask of rivets,   &nb...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

SHIP NEWS.       On Tuesday arrived from England the     Ship Albion, Captain Richardson, with ROBERT CAMPBELL Esq. and Mrs. CAMPBELL passengers, together with Mr. G and Miss PALMER.     The Albion sailed from Portsmouth     the 1st of April, touched on her way at St. Jago's, where she remained a week, and stopped at the Cape of Good Hope three weeks; notwithstanding which     delay, she performed the passage in the comparatively small pace of 4 months &     17 days. - Her investment is rich, useful, and extensive. On Wednesday arrived the Alexander,     Captain Brooks, formerly of the Atlas,   with 14 male and 42 female prisoners, all remarkably healthy, and with the loss of only one of the former on the passage, and of one child likewise. Unfortunately the   man that died has left ...

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