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

General Orders. No Vessel is to be built in the Colony without His EXCELLENCY's per-     mission ; and no Register will be given until the necessary Bond is executed on which it depends, before the Vessel is launched. A LL Masters of Vessels coming into this Port are strictly forbid leaving   any of Crews, their Officers or Pas- sengers on shore when they depart ; and     until that is certified no Clearance is to be granted : And all such respective In- dividuals are likewise forbidden, on any pretence whatever, remaining in the Colony without authority from His Excellency the Governor .         By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec. Govt. House, Sydney. Oct. 4, 1806.    

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 October 1806

General Orders« No Application from any Individual to the Governor, for being allowed to draw Ar-   ticles from the Stores, or perfons going off or opening on the Stores, can be attended to until partner Orders, and the Commiffary's Accounts nally clofed.- When that is done, t»ie respec- tive Applications'to be made as usual;; viz.   n Mondays and Fridays alone:- Nor will nv Applications be received on those days after ten o'clock in the morning. No Permits whatever will be figned after ten o'clock. By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec     Government House Sydney August 16, 1806   No Vessel is to be built in the Colony with- out HIS EXCELLENCY'S permission; and     to Register will be given until the necessary Bond is ¡s executed on which it depends, before the Vessel is launched. All Masters of Vessels coming into this   Port are Strictly forbid leaving any of &n...

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To the PRINTER of the GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 October 1806

To the PRINTER of the GAZETTE     Observing in vour Paper of last Sunday " the great grievance the poorer classes of the inhabitants suffer by the enormous premium required for Dollars, " we beg leave to observe that those who have occasion to purchase Wheat or Bread for the support of their Fami-   lies during the present scarcity, may receive   Dollars as exchange for copper coin, at the rate; of Five Shillings each.   Your most obedient Campbell and Co  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 October 1806

-------------------------------       His Majesty's Territory }   called New South Wales. }   To the Provest Marshall, and to all Bai- liffs, Constables, and others to whom   the Execution of these Presents doth or fi) iii belong. GEORGE the Third, of the United King-   dom of Great Britain and Ireland King,   We command cu ??, ant each and every of you, that you ??ufi John Murphy, John Franks, William Parvir?? Henry Howlett, Stephen Halfpenny, and James Halfpenny, severally and respectively of and           belonging this Territory, to be severally demanded     throughout this time, until by law and custom of the Kingdom of England and its dependecies they be     severally and respectively outlawed, if they shall not   appear in three weeks next following the date hereto; and if they ____ appear, that your or some o...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 October 1806

SYDNEY.           Yesterday sailed the Elizabeth for the fishery : the Albion is expected to sail   this day.   On Tuesday a full Bench assembled, before whom appeared the several offenders   sentenced to various punishments before the last Criminal Court, which sentences they were now informed were approved   and confirmed by His Excellency:   who was pleased to extend to James M'Glade the Royal Mercy, on condition   of his residing within the Limits of this Territory as a Transport for Life.   On Tuesday HIS EXCELLENCY made     an excursion to George's River, and paid   a visit to Major JOHNSTON, and took refreshment:-Returned to town at half     past 7 in the evening, after a journey of 40 miles.-The day following HIS EX-   CELLENCY was pleased to vi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 October 1806

Commissary's Office, Oct. 11 1806. A NY persons willing to cultivate and pre- erve the crop of the Hemp plant, may     on application to His Excellency the Gover- nor, be supplied with a proportion of the seed   gratis, according to the quantity of Land that may be desirous of sowing with the same.   By Command of His Excellency.           J. Palmer, Commissary   STOLEN or STRAYED                     From Captain Abbotts Farm, at the Devils-     back, about two miles from Prospect.   A Brindle Cow, about 8 years old, has an S. marked in the horn.—she is an English       Cow about seven months gone with calf and is well known in the colony by the name ...

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General Order. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 October 1806

General Orders No Application from any individual to the   Governor, for being allowed to draw Ar-         ticles from the Stores, or persons going off or     coming on the Stores can be attended to until further Orders, and the Commissary's Account     finally closed.—When that is done, the respec-               tive Applications to be made as usual ; viz. on Monday 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 GRIFFEN, Sec.         Government House, Sydney, August 16, 1806      

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 October 1806

Hf.'HF. C ¡¿yi 1 C^oitrt tv jil- il-r Yih Ad c>:^da)r th\ 27 i;H ?*.' inivàiH.'tb adjudicate all'Wtics^CapMvs^' &e. granted by;.;the ;!)uli Court: ; of;which all . ]r¿rTims«cnii£fcr^^ nie ;r wi 1 j Oie-rrcro by default againit ali parties'" 7>.i -iilae me^eeding to appeaf'when caiied. ? | di' ?' *' ,' . ;: '': '¿-{*dgs Aduncate,. ./ft //»??.. Houfe of p> Driver,. Chap*! R<iwr At the uiiial very tijCfdcratc prices» '. /^ ,P \' ... 'L.' M >::Nr$::.:;ar ia ; jtî<>trs, dtrcner üiá;», ; Bir-) "l c-ijiiV t;- ii di-rçniris, Pi« in find iad'i -V fane» do ''' fli" -iil;cv!oar£, fi. W« r'ö ^ivfl rs, ilrm'd and pi-d'» do j .f-'i ¡I- -.no."-'.üi'.-'y; a ;iri^f nil ii'unf-ui 'of.'C«m'?ric. iVufi.n t <r wr^ili, (.»cntkin ;)?>'* di ;)*.'; oí-.i ver- Hats, '? a 'ide.» in.- * í* n 0 r c i it'v C;ol¿den5> fli^s, fine ; hi u . Hr.cn tie io: /:, tu ?'? To' ne .1 G: rh.';5, j^\vçl'lt-;h: of all lands.,. -"Bca'd?» '; ? U-rt«.^, &cv?.??...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 October 1806

-í^-t rPHîî Aurora, South Whaler, ff (((Jfc -*? will fail iii the couffe of the if M ¿r^ 4 enfumg week j all claims or de ^^frif i^ands on Cap.atn Vieynck or the fliip Xrçuiv*eix>rGto be made without delay. Secretarfs Office,^ Sydney, 0¿t. tç, 1806. rPHR undermentioned perfons have_ obtained' _*. H-s 1 xcellcncy's permifsion to depart the. Colony, viz. " " , ' - CONTEST. Willia.ntHenry, Simon Lo^-d, Henry Otaheitc Qt#heit*nt* Robert Humphries, Thomas Murphy, Ann Gieen, John 'I horvipfon:, AH claims "or demands on the above named perlons a è* io be fortkwith prefentcd in wri- ting- at t L Office. By Command ef His Excellency, M. Griffin, fee. POLICE OFFICE           Sydney Oct. 17, 1806   All Magistrates, Constables and others are hereby required to apprehend or cause     to be apprehended George Thomas, a prisoner lately confined to the Gaol Gang, but broke from custody. And al...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 October 1806

SYDNEY.               On Sunday last His Excellency Governor   KING returned to Government House, Parra-   matta, accompanied by J. PUTLAND, Esq., and           Mrs. PUTLAND, on visit to Mrs. KING.—     Friday evening returned to Town.       On Friday, His Excellency Governor BLIGH set out for Parramattaa ; and from thence for the Pastures on Thursday     morning, designing a circuit through the   adjacent settlements in returning.   On Wednesday a splendid entertain-       ment was given by JOHN McARTHUR,   Esq. to a large party of Officers and Lad-       ies. — Their EXCELLENCIES and His Honor Lieutenant Govern...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 October 1806

NOTICE     ALL claims or demands on Mr. J. Thomp-   son, are requested to be rendered within   ten days, as he shortly designs to depart the colony. Judge Advocates Office Oct. 18, 1806.   The Civil Court will sit on Monday the 27th instant, to adjudicate all Writs, Capi???s,         &c. granted by the said Court; of which all persons concerned are to take notice; as judg-       ment will then go by default against all parties     at issue neglecting to appear when called.           RICHARD ATKINS,                   Judge Advocate.           &nbs...

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Interesting Nautical Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 October 1806

Interesting Nautical Information.               The foIlowing are the Particulars of the Loss of   the Britannia, Captain Goodspeed, on a Reef err-     neously stated to have been Middleton's Shoals officially detailed by the Commander, and witnessed   by his Officers : Stating,       " That on the 24th of August,1806, at noon     the latitude by observation was 30° 32' south   Longitude by Lunar Observation at 3 P. M. Was 156° 40' East by dead Reckoning 157 ° 40' East. to the best of my recollection ; her course steered by     compass from noon was West, until 8 P.M. at the rate of 4 knots an hour ; we then steered North- west, going nearly at the same rate, until 2 A M when we discovered breakers appear close to the ship ; we immediately ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 October 1806

GENERAL ORDERS. No Applicaion from any individuals to the Governor, for being allowed to draw Ar-   ticles 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 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, August 16 1806.                                 Secretary's Office, Sydney, Oct. 26, 1806.     The undermentioned pers...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 October 1806

To be LET, on an improving Lease,         One Hundred Acres of very good Land, de-       lightfully situate in the District of Rich-             mond Hill, and safe from flood, unless the   banks of the main River are entirely over- flowed-for the better encouragement of     those who may be desirous of occupying por-       tions thereof, a Seven Years Lease will be   granted, Rent free, for Allotments of 25 or 50 Acres each-Further particulars known by application to Mr. Thos. Hobby, at Hawkes-   bury.           Stolen or Strayed, From about the Brickfields, near Sydney on Thursday the 16th instant. 3 White Face Sheep - If Strayed, Ten Shillings Rewa...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 October 1806

      C O U R T of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION On Friday morning the Court assembled, and procedded to try Joseph Moreton for bur-   lary; when the evidence for the prosecution   being called,   Mr. Henry Williams deposed, that on the evening of the 29th of last June his dwelling house was broke into in his absence, and a great quantity of wearing apparel and other property taken away. several articles produced in     court he positively affirmed to have been then stolen. John Russell, a constable at Castle Hill, de- poposed his having purchased from the prisoner on the 6th of July, several frames of silk and         twift» which he suspected to be stolen, that the prisioner at the same time acquainted him of his having a large property to dispose of, for which the deponent agreed to become the purchaser, of which circumstance he privily informed     Mr. Knight, the Superintendant; that...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 November 1806

ene: a. General Orders   His Majesty's Ship Buffalo is intended to saiI for England on the 21st instant.       Whereas the term Currency, made use of         in this Colony, seems not to have carried         its proper Signification, in the small Notes   generally circulated; It is hereby declared, that its meaning is only applicable to Money, and not Barter in Goods : so that if any Note is made payable in Copper Coin or the Currency of this Colony, it is to be inferred that     Money only is the means by which it is to be   liquidated.     And whereas the good faith of Individuals is not io be perverted, it is hereby declared,   that on or about the fifth day of January, 1807 all Checks and Promissory Notes issued   &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 November 1806

SALES ey A ti' C* TI (J W) ' . . r,Y MSR. ER-VANr," ' ' - - .' At his Rooms in High Street, Sydney,, on , Thnridjy n*..v.i the 6th iiifia^r, «' j, pp.izs Cjc?>ds befor.^fog to the foin Lucy*: *- a^Ouarnily'of old Cfokl and bilf er.\ > ' - Also, a quantity of clove, which will be sold in small lots, wein fog' appaicl of #¡1"To'r:(, "' '   fundry hcufhold furniture, iiDout, 2\*) »íiiííép; *' -- handíonie fingfohorle Chane, and ,oiÍKr neac r\ and ufeful aiticlep. / . - .: Prompt payment to be made"for the purchafes in copper coin «»r appiove^ foil;. - ? '" -' Frpin- îfrêolisimooua', en or aboxt ?¿v"*i/.?£»>? " ' >,...-? ., > im ums ^ ?> ( ^ AN En-li Al Ewe, Iheared about the. r.cck," ' "* and a *iemarl.:mly fine '¿Via 1 c Lamb, four > months old,- moitiy white, with ders bro>vfoe£ - fpotiea :-Any -peifou returning the "fame to-,' .? Wuoilooiiiooila ii ilrjyed,e wi'lf lreeive a ' Gratz^iy of Twenty Shilling» ; .'but if ftolea,-*** _F\ve Guineas Rewar...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 November 1806

SHIP NEWS                   The Alexander yesterday completed her lading for England ; consisting of 300 tons of oil, 20 tons of fine,salted skins, and 1500 fur ditto. Her departure is fixed finally for Wed- nesday next. The Commerce has commenced taking in her freight for England, chiefly consisting of     skins, and is expected to sail early in January. To the Public .--Captam Brooks requests           us to acquaint persons desirous of hearing from their Friends in Great Britain, that     all Letters for this Colony (post paid) will be received at Will's Coffee house, Corn-     hill, during the Alexander's stay in England, and forwarded hither by that ship—each     Letter, for the greater safety, be...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 November 1806

ADVERTISEMENT.-- Whereas several com-       plaints have been made concerning the deer belonging to JOHN HARRIS, Esq. com-mitting Depredations on the Gardens about the Brickfields: It is that Gentleman's desire that any person in whose Gardens they may be hereafter ......... , and return to him the dead bodies immediately after. A Reward of Ten Guineas will be thankfully paid by me, John Howarth, of Hawkes-   bury, Settler, to any person rendering verbally     or by letter a just information, relative to my Wife, Elizabeth Howarth, who has for some time past absented her family, from the impro- per persuasion it is supposed, of some evil-   minded person. I do hereby caution all persons against har-       bouring my said Wife, on pain of exemplary prosecution -- in which case the above Reward will devolve to any person who shall charitably step forward as...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 November 1806

                  SYDNEY                 The price of grain still continues to en- hance, wheat selling for several days past at           £4 per bushel, and maize at the same rate;     in consequence of which the price of bread,       which had declined to 3s, almost generally,   has again experienced a rise to 4s the 2lb. loaf. The Court of Civil Jurisdiction reassembled   on Wednesday, and sat till Friday; during     which period many causes were determined,       and among others the following, which we     notice from ...

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