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

? ex reí,,*y's Ofß>:% '/a*. 24» ï8o6. ^^Hr U i¿erra«inVi d e f > s have o tamed nit ; xccncucy'á ¡ ermüi >n ro dfpar: t:ie -Colony, v i'z. In r h e o r i tan n i a - M r. K d « a 'd W ood. /n tSe RU;hárJ .- . \4 ,-.-¿\ Jourd¿u::c. //r He Gover-o¡ 1K tí-Vr. ]ohn Apley, . J^'in Hogan, Ch^\ o*va¿c, l*ticr f enñ vv, and Joh ? t handle". All claims o» (IMHIV.'. a ¡ai fl e-t'ier of i«.e fa'id perfons are to he foiih-.vnn picf-intcü in writin, ai this C-'ßlce. By Ccxtmxnd y Hil Excrtsncy, î E. V i x i F i IX, Src. . To be ,s)ul<i b\ A uti ion B r. MU. 15 r VAN, At his Heulern t-íigh ii reo »Sydney, on Fiid&y h/'ext, c h c 29: h L. ii à , :, A Quantity oí Brrzii Í otue-«, S.-uitT, Rio .* M sugar and Coffee, hr,poue\i by iha Ship Alexander. "( » {¿?> !shft Sale to commence arten rreci-Vïy ; «aöd payment icquued on «-thveiv oí die gouds, ni Government and ; avm« flers»' billig or d" liars at 5v. each. 77-----/' N o r / c E. *""* "In" ~\ í <APrA,N R-ic...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

SYDNEY GAZETTE. THEIR EXCELLENCIES the late and present GOVERNOR yesterday se'nnight made a visit to Parramatta, and on Mon- day morning inspected in company the Public Agricultural Settlement at Castle         Hill. The same day His Excellency Governor BLIGH returned to Town, ac-       companied by Mrs. KING — that Lady returning the day following to Parramat- ta, at which place His Excellency Go- nernor KING and FAMILY will probably     take up their Residence dunng the inter- val of the Buffalo's stay. Happy in the opportunity of laying before our Readers the momentous de- tails of the glorious and decisive victory obtained by His Majestys' Fleet under the command of Sir J. T. Duckworth in the West Indies on the 6th of February last, we proceed to give a statement of the killed and wounded on both sides, as nearly as could be ascertained. The British force consisted of the Ca- nopus of 84 g...

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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 [?]ts Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

""jf?.*?^ ^*ir~>r 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, wish                         the Free Inhabitants of this Colony,                 at this moment of your departure from   amongst them, respectfully intr? you     *r{< * O ^* you: iíísstitbí ^Í»||»ÍÍ.C»Í, asic iivigt-\ ' <* Tfeey fi«c«*!y fröp« t>af T«J * iÜ i 44 tlaiily soud ífictf«ilj »my** ¿** yctíi iiaí.^c , 4t Comxty i ai)«í «ríic** ijtrre, tí>tí HÍS 44 Majeft)'« G&yärij&ieat wi...

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General Orders. (Omitted in last Week's Gazette). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 August 1806

General Orders,   (Omitted in last Week's Gazette). His Excellency Governor KING   having this day reviewed His Majesty's New South Wales Corps, previous to   his giving up the Government, he is happy to testify his Approbation of their general     good conduct, and the satisfaction he feels to leave under his Successors directions a   Corps, whose constant activity, zeal, and soldier like conduct has so eminently shewn itself, in a just discharge of the duty they owe to their King and Country. A formal acknowledgment is also due from His Excellency to the Loyal Sydney and Parramatta Associations. By Command of His Excellency,   G.BLAXCELL, Sec. Govt House, Sydney, Aug. 13, 1806. His MAJESTY'S Commission,                 appointing WILLIAM BLIGH, Esquire, F. R. S. a Captain in the Royal Navy, to be His Captain Genera...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

PUBLIC NOTICE                           GOVERNMENT MILL will take in « ^-* Cons t<* grísíd for ËxsdirUhiais ©n ]condición that every Eleventh BzShcl be .púíá into? the Publie Sacres Í¿>F th« j Relief of ihc ¿iftrefTed Sutlers ?t the | Haw ke&ury ; whick will be dsftrihi;ie«î üiid^r ilÏK äxccijei2cy the Gove it iron** dirc^ionc iTjf CfXKiKxxd tf His Exctlirvty, . E* GfcIFFÏtf, S?C Gtvernmemt lisait* Syd«ey\ l ? . V-Oi smnai^Tary's C£c*, Auj. 29, ïf 06* A LL P^r ism vißxalltd* frew His Mm -^ ^ j tay* s Stares, £i Sjdaey, *«ví# atiend is receive ib tir ñ*i:au; en Saturday íh¿ (j¿b 9f Septr/rber «¿A-/, Civil and M'htetry ex reined.-li?* Overjeers U e-e fnftnt í#iíh their Gangs. 'Ihtft Vi h § do net ¿smtíy with the ehavt Order ttíiil net receive e^y Previfi¿ns, #nd will Be reported ti HÏS EXCELLKWCY....

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LIST OF LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

LIST OF LETTERS In possession of Serjeant Whalan for delivered when called for. John Miller John Tate Elizabeth Philips, 2 John Curs   John Pearce, 2 John M'Keone Patrick Downey Abraham Hearne Wlliam Croffer William Stubbs Bridget Br bican Samuel Freeman John Firth - Ionn I[?]vell   Robert Lawrance, alias John Green Martha Smith or DtIug John Goodling   Henry Lazarus Richard Shaw   Mr G. Sumney.            

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

Secretary's Office Aug 31, 1806 The undersigned persons have ob- tained His Excellency's permission   to depart the Colony, viz. Mrs. Ann Pugh   In the Governor Hunter, Cornelius Cornelius John Munday   Mr Thomas Demeraire.       All claims or demands against any of the above named persons are to be forthwith presented in writing at this Office.     By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec. NOTICE           The Honorable East India Company's Extra Ship   Sinclair will sail from this Port on the 12th of September. All Claims or Demands against Captain   Jackson or on the said Ship are therefore to be presented at Mr. Lord's previous   to the above period. Sydney, Aug. 31, 1806.   To be Sold by Private Contract, A Roomy and commodious Dwelling house, situate near...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

General Orders. No application from any individual to the Governor, for being allowed to draw Articles from the Stores, or persons going off or coming on the Stores, can be     attended to until further Orders, and the Commissary's Accounts finally closed. — When that is done, the respective Appli- cations are to be made as usual ; viz. on Mondays and Fridays alone : Nor will any Applications be received on those days         after Ten o'clock in the Morning.     No Permits whatever will be signed after Ten o'clock.     By Command of His Excellency,       E. Griffin. Sec Government House, Sydney, Aug. 16, 1806. In addition to Governor King's Orders   of the 9th instant, every Public Ac-   countant is hereby directed close their   respective Accounts up to the 13th instant, in or...

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COURT O[?] CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

C O U R T   OF     CRIMINAL JURISDICTION.   FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. At ten o'clock the Court met, and proceeded to the trial of Offenders; Michael Dowden and Dennis Kaneen being first put to the bar, were indicted   for feloniously breaking into the dwelling house of John Bennet, at the Field of   Mars, and stealing , therefrom sundry articles of wearing apparel the property   of Mary Bryant; who deposed to several   articles produced in Court, which by evidence of other witnesses appeared to     have been found in the premises occupied by the prisoners.       Richard Partridge, gaoler, at Parramatta deposed to his having searched   the house inhabited by the prisoners ; and   having found the property therein; some     part of it in the actual wear of Catherine Hickey, ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

  SYDNEY.         Yesterday se'nnight HIS EXCELLEN-   CY, attended by the Judge Advocate,     visited the wharf, in order to the adoption         of some measures of Regulation in the   mode of conducting the market. His at-   tention was drawn to much neglect, we are sorry to say, in the cultivation of spots of garden ground, as likewise the     want of order and security in the houses     and fences. We are happy to believe, however, that the observations will be productive of emulation and general   good. Never, probably, were the effects of a public calamity more generally and accutely felt than the existing scarcity, confequent on the heavy inundations which deluged the Hawkesbury Settle-   ment in the month of March last....

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 August 1806

  SHIP NEWS The Britannia, Captain Hussey, some days waiting down the harbour for a wind, is supposed to have yesterday evening taken her departure for   England. Remain with His Majesty's ships   Buffalo and Porpoise, and colonial schooner Estramina. (the latter of which will   be dispatched for Norfolk Island in a   few days), the Lady Madelina Sinclair, Elizabeth, Alexander, Albion, Richard     and Mary; the Commerce, Harrington,     Lucy, and Elizabeth colonial brig   (formerly the Saint Fransisco), undergoing   repair; and the colonial brig King George, the oil procured by which vessel on her last cruise is shipping on board the Commerce for the english market.                   The Governor Hunter colonial vessel goes to Norfolk Island upon a spec...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

To be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Bevan, at his rooms in High Street, Sydney.   on Thursday next the 11th Instant, at Ten o'Clock, Muflins, Prints, Persians, Tea Caddies, green silk Umbrellas, Looking Glasses, capital duck Marquee, ship and boat compasses, two cases   of White Wine Vinegar, an elegant Phaeton, a Quadrant and Sextant, Brazil Tobacco,   Coffee, Gun. flints, small Shot, a capital       Fowling Piece, scissors, Check.shirts, Trow-   sers. Breeches, and Pantaloon pieces, Braces, Men's Gloves, Womens' Mits Silver Thim-bles &c.     Payment to be made in Paymaster's Bills or Dollars at Five Shillings each upon Deli-   very.   NOTICE.-All Persons to whom Mr.   William Stuart may stand indebted                 &a...

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Secretary's Office, Sept. 31, 1806. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

Secretary's Office, Sept. 31, 1806. THE undermentioned persons have   obtained His Excellency's permission   to depart the Colony, viz.   Grace Brown,   Alexander Rimes, Samuel Sherlock     All claims or demands against any of the above named persons are to be forthwith presented in writing at this Office.       By Command of His Excellency, E, Griffin, Sec.  

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

SYDNEY,     On Tuesday His Excellency the late Governor and Mrs. King arrived in     to town from Parramatta; and yesterday   Mrs. King returned thither,         accompanied by Mrs. PUTLAND. On Tuesday arrived the ship Sophia, from Port Dalrymple, from whence she sailed the preceeding Tuesday.     By this Vessel arrived His Honor   Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. Paterson;                             whose landing took place at ten in     the morning, with salutes, from the     battery. The accounts received of the already highly improved state of the settlement   are truly gratifying. The ground produces   every nutritious plant that has hither   to been, tried, the potatoe arrives to full perfection, and are much above the   ordinary size: w...

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"Parramatta, Sept. 6, 1806. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

" Parramatta, Sept. 6, 1806. " SIR, " I HAVE the satisfaction to inform your Excellency that two Run-aways   (German & Kelly), have delivered     themselves up : They say that they         have left five men behind them,     four of whom are armed with mus-   kets. The reason why they left the     other five was, that they would not     be engaged in destroying Captain,       McArthur's cattle—a proposition               which was made. Kelly has promis-      ed to guide a party that I am now   sending out in quest of the others,       whom he left not far from Mount       Hunter...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, Mr. PRINTER, Being at the Hawkesbury a few days ago, I could not help remarking the strange and singular appearance of the blue gum trees, in every part of that District ; instead of being cloathed with the verdure that every other ever green has at all seasons of the year they have a             sombre, and rusted aspect, and their leaves are universally withered and dropping off.   Some uncommon circumstances in the       change, of climate and season, either the cold or wet, must have caused so unnatu- ral an appearance ; for as it is the nature     of ever greens to drop their leaves through every season without the tree   losing its enliveniing green, so neither are     the buds for the springing leaf all for one season, as is the case with deciduou...

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OBSERVATIONS On the Victories obtained by His Majesty's Fl[?]ts, ove[?] those of France and Spain. (From a London Paper). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

        OBSERVATIONS On the Victories obtained by His Majesty's   Fleets, over those of France and Spain. (From a London Paper).   The news of the victories of Trafalgar   and Ferrol, have been propagated over   the Continent. It has been, every where, heard with the joy with which it is natural for mankind to sympathize in the triumph of moderation over in-   solence, of civilized valour over barba- rian race. The benefits of those victo- ries to the Conquerers, have been esti- mated, with a justness and an enlargement of views, which indicate how deep an interest the nations on the Continent take in Great Britain's welfare. The Enemy's loss of — more than     20,000 seamen, killed, wounded, and   prisoners — of, it is believed, 25 ships,   — of near 2,000 pieces of cannon, — and     all this effected with the loss of not more than 1500 British lives, — is regarded — as a very gr...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 September 1806

S Y D N E Y.             S Y D N E Y, Several persons suspected of being concerned in the dreadful outrage lately committed in the house of Cox and     Doyle near Richmond, were apprehended shortly after the perpetration; and were   fully committed for trial on the charge. -     They were in consequence brought down   to Sydney and remain in close custody. On the night of Friday fortnight a calf was found killed in the Government flock yard at Toongabbee. This offence   is attributed to some of the delinquents who have taken to the woods, in prefe- rence of a life of crime, fatigue and dreadful solitude, a prey to want, to the permanent advantages of honest industry,     the source of every human confort, - & the great standard in society of real       &...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURI[?]DICTION. FRIDAY, SEPT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. Friday, Sept. 12 At ten the Court assembled, and pro- ceeded to the trial, first, of James Dri- ver charged with having, on the 23d of August ultimo, feloniousy broke and entered in the day time the house of J.           Hudson at Parramatta, and stolen from thence a quantity of wearing apparel                                     valued at 52s. 6d.       The evidence for the prosecution went,       generally to prove, that between 1o and 11 in the forenoon of the day named the prisoner was seen in the public road near the house of the prosecuter, and that he was, shortly after the ...

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