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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

POSTSCRIPT On Thursday morning last Mrs. KING accompanied Mrs. PUTLAND to Sydney, and yesterday return to     Govenment House, Parramatta—His       EXCELLENCY Goovernor King will remains in town.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

  SHIP NEWS.     Yesterday morning, between twelve     and one, two boats arrived from the   wreck of the Britannia south sea whaler,   Captain Goodspeed, from Middleton's     Shoals, upon which that vessel unfortu-   nately ran between two and three in the morning of the 15th ultimo. Such was the state of the surf breaking at the time,   that the hands were obliged to take in-   stantly to their boats for the preservation   of their lives; and returning to the ship     at day light, were only able to save a small quantity of bread and a few cheeses,     with which they divided themselves into three boats each containing eight persons, including the Captain, and made the best of their way hither. Yesterday se'nnight two boats had the good fortune to make King's Town...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 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 respec- tive Applications are to be made as usual; viz. on Mondays and Fridays alone: Nor will any Applications be received those days after Ten o'clock in the morning.         No permits whatsoever will be signed after ten o'clock. By Command of His Excellency E. GRIFFIN, Sec, Government House, Sydney, August 16, 1806. 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 inst. in order that they may be exhibited to ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

_.liomin--»-- ii« ; ' » lui « ??!? S Y D N fc Y. Notwithth. dn*¿ the w-»y promifing irappearan.ee oí the corn fields ytt"we are , forry to leam, thn mznv crthejcttlcrs * OTnpliin of inconvenience from an ínfc& -Yulga \y denominated the Zrá/( l°*jei .which attacked the eai I y bailey berore the fetting in of the late rains. Thefe ver- min 'here lo the lower end of the ftalk, , and cann? oft tne omer fkin when in its tender á\ues the plant inevitably pen/hes from the expofurc of itt fap to the f'«n & afr. The rains were doubtlefs beneficial in partly eleanfing the corn from thefe myriads cf foev which arc iuppoled Un - capable pf doing any injury to-phmts that j havearriyedtoany ftrength. Likcothers of the ovapcrous tribe they multiply in- j r ?caleulably, a «ii cover each plant near to j » the root in prodigious fsvanns. Anxious - «f rendeling any information that migat * .promife to benefit the grower, we have made every enc.iiry-but norn the heit * informed fettle» ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

To be Sold by Private Contract,   With posession on the 1st day of May next,   A Good Thirty-acre Farm, all under cultivation with Dwelling house     and barns, &c. now let at 40£ per annum ; most eligibly and desirably situate in the   District of Mulgrave Place, and formerly       called Doyle's Farm, but now the pro-   perty of Edward Powel, of whom par-   ticulars may be known, at Richmond ;   or of G. Howe, back of the Commissary's   Office, Sydney.     Secretary's Office, Sept 12, 1806   The undermentioned persons have ob-   tained His Excellency's permission   to depart the Colony, viz.   In the Sophia.       William Austin Daniel Kenedy   William Foster Henry Bacon   Willia...

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BENCH OF M[?]GISTRATES. SATURDAY, [?]. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

BENCH of MAGISTRATES             Saturday Sept. 13. James M'Glade stood charged by Mrs. K. Marsh, of Pitt's Row, with having stolen several promissory notes of hand, her property. Mrs. Marsh said       that on Thursday morning last the pri- soner M'Glade was in her house, no other person whatever being there at the time ; and that one of her children ha- ing her pocket book near the place   where he sat. She saw the book drop from the child's hand, and having no suspicion of him, she did not immediately take it up. From other evidences it appeared   that the prisoner had rendered to Mr. Abbott a note accepted by Thomas Ivory       for 6£ which he proposed laying out in goods ; but that Ivory accidentally went into the shop while he was there, and requested Abbott not to receive it as payment as he had ce...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

PUBLIC NOTICE.       GOVERNMENT MILL will take                             Corn to grind for individuals, on condition that every Eleventh Bushel be paid into the Public Stores for the Relief of the distressed settlers at the Hawkes-           bury ; which will be distributed under His Excellency the GOVERNOR's direc- tions.                           By Command of His Excellency,     E. Griffith, Sec. Government House, Sydney, August 25, 1806. PROPOSALS For publishing by subscription, The Birds of New South Wal...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 September 1806

N O T I C E. Messrs. CAMPBELL and CO., request all those who had no porter from the Elizabeth, and whose names were in the list then rendered, will apply on Monday or Tuesday next, as it is His   Excellency Governor BLIGH'S pleasure that they should be supplied before a sale is made of the Importa??? by the Albion ??? Sept 13. THE ALBION's INVESTMENT,     CONSISTING OF Porter and Ale in cask and bottle, Port and Sherry Wine,     Butter, Cheese, and Hams, Cherry Brandy and Cordials Hal«ry Stationary and Perfumery   Silks and ??????     ^binnet ^ Blankets ^treetona tI«uJk=r* ^ Yellow Soap   chiefs Patent Shot and Lead   Umbrellas & Parasols Pipes   ¿«love* ^ Skeet Lead acd Car Cotton and Liaeo 4 d«ge Cheeks J Tu'^ry War* ; con Staaea Duckt Î fiftírtg of Wooden Jfrew« frißt ^ Ö »vis a«á PI »t*-«,, &*»»«r Clotfcíng and h M ps, 2;u...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 September 1806

Notice. Any Settlers who have proper Ground,         and disposed to sow Hemp Seed, may   give in their Names to the Secretary's Office , and a day will be appointed for the Distribution of a Quantity in Government Stores. By Command of His Excellency   E. Griffin. Sec. Government House, Sydney, Sept. 14, 1806.   Secretary's Office, Sept. 21, 1806. The undermentioned persons have     0btained His Excellency's permission   to depart the Colony, viz. In the SOPHIA. John Spain, Edward Spencer,         Samuel Thompson, William Lyon       In the ALBION. William Warner, Thomas Christian,   Samuel Rodman Chace, Miles Campbell In the ELIZABETH. Robert Currant, Henry Martin, Barney M'Cove, William Savery, William Roderick, Thomas Williams   All claims or demands against any of the above named persons are to be forth-   with presented in writing at this Office. &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 September 1806

To be SOLD by AUCTION   BY MR. BEVAN, At his Rooms in High street, on Thurs- day the 25th instant, at twelve at noon, A Chest of Plate ; containing a hand- some tea pot, cream jug, tea and table   spoons, gravy and sauce ditto, a stand with crewets, and sundry other articles   of use and ornament the property of a     Gentleman about to depart the colony.     Copper coin will be received in pay- ment, on delivery of the articles. D. Bevan begs leave respectfully to inform his Friends and the Public,   that having selected an elegant Assortment of Ladies' cotton and silk stockings, gloves, parasols and umbrellas, persians, farfnets, sattins and modes, black love   handkerchiefs, dimities, table cloths and clouting, printed calicoes, brown holland and check, ladies and gentlemen's shoes, boots, hats, superfine and second cloth, kerscymeres, stationary, &c. &...

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SHIP NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 September 1806

SHIP NEWS.               Last night the Argo, Capt. Bader, ar-     rived from a cruise, in which she ran to the northward as far as Lat. 24, and   now having on board 58 tons of sperm o¡l The King George is expected to sail this day for Hobart, with a supply of pro- visions for the use of His Majesty's settle- ment. A Court of Criminal Jurisdiction will assemble tomorrow, at ten in the forenoon. On Monday last, a Coroner's inquest   assembled on board the Alexander, on the body of John Luker, mariner, whose death   was in consequence of his having gone below and there fallen asleep during a fu- migation for the purpose of destroying vermin. Another of the ship's company who had been equally incautious, was at the point of death, but providentially saved. On Thursday morning the body of a seaman belonging to the Albion, who had been some days ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 September 1806

General Orders.       In addition to Governor KING's Orders of the 9th instant, every Public Ac- countant is hereby directed to close their respective Accounts up to the 13th inst. ¡n order that they may be exhibited to and audited by h¡m 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.         ALL Settlers and other descriptions of   Persons who have any Prisoners off         the Store, or Government Labourers in their employ that understand sawing, are required immediately to render a List of   their Names to the Secretary's Office at   Sydne; Mr. Marsden at Parramatta; and Mr. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 September 1806

On Sale, At the House of ?. Driver, Chapel Row, At the usual very moderate prices. Gentlemen's dress Shoes Lace clock and cotton do     strong ditto very elegant.     Barcelona Handkerchiefs Dark English Chintzes Plain and Ladies' fancy do Bonnets, Cloaks, feathers, of all colours. Tassels and Trimmings Flower'd Muslins , very elegant   Strip'd and plain ditto, Tea, Sugar, and English coarse and fine Soap ,   A large Assortment of Butter, Cheese, Vinegar Cambric Muslin for and Brazil Tobacco dresses Black and white Vests Gentlemen's fine heaver Ladies' silk Gloves   Hats Black Silk for Gowns Ditto inferior ditto Cn.cq.ae, i^Um^-e«, Children's Shoes Needles, Thimbles,   Fine blue Boardcloath Bedkins, Knives, scis-   Ornamental Combs sors, Tootpicks, white Jewellery of all kinds wadded Bonnets. Spel- Beads, & c. ling Books, Dictiona- Thread, Tape, & c. r...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 September 1806

P O L I C E O F F I C E. SYDNEY, SEPT 27, 1806 All persons throughout this Territory are   hereby required to aid and assist, by infor- matin or otherwise in apprehending or causing to be apprehended, the following Absentees     from Government Employ, supposed to have         taken to the woods, viz. John Murphy, John Shanks, commonly called Jackey Buggs ; Wil-   liam Purven, Henry Houdett ; and two others late servants to JohnM'Arthur, Esq.           Any person harbouring, secreting, or em- ploying either of whom will be punished with exemplary severity.               -By Command of His Excellency,     (signed) John Harris,             Superintendan...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 September 1806

- ) -~ ...-'" COU R *T-> ? - T« .* '_ -r OF v r ' . aj&JL I M I N AL JÜRISDIC TT O N. I OnMondav morning tikiCoAir£¡Fnetj ^ylien-; ^Jxmis ;M'"'Glucie: ^^i^^'^í^^^^^ ^indi¿ted,; the fbrjncr^for^riw^ ?v \..of.the hou fe.,qf ;M r>.v% r Í V-J pr^fii^ry-note^oO^ .;;;,¡^reoe-i;^in¡g¿|in^ ^:; ; ¿.note "of ;?8^'aJ^ -; ;.:? agaimf ^ ;l:-:\thà£pubjl:iB|3^ |¡'p|er e;fere&^ 'ío¡und' gull ty. '; /$> ¿^fe&rfíe^^^ g^:%f¡ri^ fMlincíair^^ Wy^:J§¡ms^M^G K^h'ar^ S- -I "latter o r^:? w;bi¿h^e ? \pr ií^ J'^ready^M . ;?'. -as reíát ing cb any^other ;;oÇ¡fíe""teS;c|e¿>; 'pJfiäcj^d;,^j :v ;^.; Mt :(Gki;lt/^ ,4 n c3 - ffecj' 6 vadlsn ce.. ;fê?i%tii^ 'pr í* íee-u^.;;. í;;¡í¡;:tion¡nbt; .c'Atemíin T: ^ßinftM^rß^^^ ë'e 'CoLirt¡:i>2ttírn;ed^a m&j ti : ;,; T.hë :;proíecbto^ ';- -, ; ; :*y earí. i^Whic^&H ¿/Court; wiïfr- its-^âal j Vu rfta .;-; ¡ÄgäiTty&kmg^ í-^prpor^ ¡-;f i ^fel^^^ 'í| %;?? £fo.ou fe,-: 'sntfe'f ha v¡xi$g ¡ ííecir^e«!^^^ | \^ ;j5roc...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 September 1806

SYDNEY. The Speedwell colonial vessel, belonging to   Mr. Thompson, made the heads of Broken   Bay a week ago, and made for the Green     Hills. This schooner, we are informed, had been pretty successful in procuring seal on the New Zealand Coast; but with the reported     loss, we are sorry to state, of three of her   hands, who unfortunately perished through a boat upsetting. Last Friday se'nnight the house of William Davis at Parramatta was broke into and robbed of cash to the amount of 15£ together, with a quantity of wearing apparel. Same night the house of Michael Morley, was broke into, and a quantity of wearing       apparel stolen. Yesterday John Johnson alias McDonald     was brought before a Bench of Magistrates, on a charge of stealing an English sow the property of a Gentleman who purchased her about six   weeks sinc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 October 1806

? I M c Orfh Art Com mi fi F K being *? cehrous f entering into â Conti a¿t for the Suppl) of Medt for the Mainte nar.Le of the Children for One Yea»-, to v ) nmenee the a if day of November next, ¿J I nerfons willing to engage in the fame Lrc rcqfcii-C'i to deliver feaied tenders to »ne on or baffle Thuifday next, the 9th i iii «it, in % der that they may be Jaid L.'fure the Committee.-N"- B. 1 he quantity to be contracted foy will be .Vive Thouíand Pounds of Mutton and i'iok ; the loweit price" of each aiticle at per lb. Jo be ineeified in the tender dfliveredin ; and the Contralor to enter into a Bond of 20 £ for the pet formante of ihe Contract. 1 By Order'of tkt Ctmxtitte.; ^ ! George Dwwiinp Clerk t ' ~^WàlFWUTli'ffJITscoRP77"' ' rPHt Pay Notes flu ed Monthly for the ** SnU^fifrcnce of the Corps;- will bo (as fome; I)) confc/i ¡dated every Ouar ter in Caih or ii ii is, ' ARC WA »1 I> OF TEN' O U I N T A S OR T ft N GALLON'S < F fr? J RIT-. ! *\^rfiERöAs the Li»Co...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 October 1806

S ,Y H N F Y. ».VianN-rant On Tueiüay Hi¡> lx^llencV re turned to To vn r^om an Kxcurfion th oiniout iíawice Inn y "id opier Out fete ene .,??<?> li- >?e m r ?i to the diir e e <>f fiï.c w101 ,/ere unha pilj impose 1 lizi 0 cue lunn »*tion. On W-S ti ay kit Mi*,. King iefi To -./ SJy Pa-t^naa», And yeile«d««y in the afternoon Hi«* Ex-el lei ey t ic late Governor, left town all > for the fame puce. \ Laft wee<c ajout I2JO ^eijhr of go id (ezd ma¡¿e warien t) Havvkeuh irv b\ His L<c» lllncy's o Jci, t^ be b.'tn buted 10 pi mt in* 11 pieper paipoi noi-. a nong luch of tie reuu.ei -Settlers aq a>peaied to fraud m nee I of true Ruicf Tfte abo^e quaui y oeing co)levied "w the toil of 1 ntl paît o' £ am p.. »un ned to be g 1*0 j »i J foi iid.v diu'1 it the Go vetn iem A4 ni.- s h's re ou ce, prope I y a »plied ov th ).e wno rece've k, will, b nvevei im ill, he naven heléis arcar* Je j wui mj-'i oeneu' j ?* )u «ve liment to lie" ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 October 1806

Secretary's Office, Sydney, Oct. 6, 18o6 THE undermentioned persons have ob- tained His Excellency's permission   to depart the Colony, viz. In the Sophia, Benjamin Johnson John Green John Williams Wm. Price All claims or demands on the above     named persons are to be forthwith pre- sented in writing at this Office.   By Command of His Excellency,           E. Griffin, Sec. FARMS for SALE.             To be Sold, a capital Thirty acre Farm eligibly and most centrally situate       in the front of the River Hawkesbury,   17 acres, standing in wheat of a most     promising appearance, and the whole re-   maining part ready for the plantation of maize, with the advantage of a sufficient quantity of seed...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 October 1806

DIED.—On Friday morning, after a long and very painful illness, Thomas   Andrews, of Pitt's Row. Same day died at the house of Mr.           Robert Sidaway, Elizabeth Mann, an or-   phan aged 17 years, during the latter 5 of which she had laboured under the joint afflictions of insanity and a severe     paralytic affection by which she was de- prived of speech, and rendered perfectly helpless. Her long protracted sufferings have been a subject of grievous contem- plation to many, who but six years since     remembered her no less remarkable for       her vivacity and placid disposition than for her subsequent excessive toils upon   the bed of anguish: And yet Providence       did not totally relinquish its protection to an unfortunate daughter of adversity:   in the bedevolence of a friend she found an asylum, a careful guardian,...

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