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SYDNEY. SUNDAY, DEC, 30, 1806. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 November 1806

s r D n e> r. SUNDAY, DEC- 30, 1806. His Excellency in 1 cou mues at JHawkefb'iiy, wnsre his p-e fence lui lud - the monWaljtarv oie ati »n in mil leiui.isr, the Se t'eisto in^uliy an 1 exertion, and in main atmng an'oii^ ihj labouiersa d ¡e fubord' lation, ?n*l ie«dy obedience to the commands of thair cmpio/us. -His 3'-xceí,lxn"cy b"»s ilieady uhted the fauns above the Giee.i Hills ; and this dar extends his cxcuiiion down the Uiver. The inclement heat that prevailed on Thuifday ai d Friday waè bfgbly mjwii ous to vegetation : the wind was muilJy at N. W. the breeze n?*ôy} and oí a dry' and parching quality. Faretvheit's ther- mometer was>at 7 in the morning at 82 ° ^and continued to rife till ß ln tne ?fcer nobn, when it remained foi fome ti meat f)V0$pd thendeicended gradually to 80, çyet without any fenfib^e difleience in the irate oí tne atmolphete, owing, asaliea -*dy obfeived,to the intemperate heat oft he Wind, the effects of winch aie manifeít " in many of our fai den...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 November 1806

SYDNEY.         On Monday arrived the Governor Hunter, private colonial schooner from Norfolk Island in 19 days with 19 tons of pork 70 bushels of seed maize, and 3 tons of soap: she was repeatedly   blown off the island, and encountered many very heavy squalls, throughout which the little vessel proved herself an excellent sea boat.     The Resource sailed on Wednesday morning for King's Town. Two seamen belonging to the Atlantic   were killed by lightning on Tuesday   night, as they were returning to the     vessel in a wood boat, owing, very possibly, to the attractive influence of a cross cut saw which lay exposed in the boat.   They each received the stroke on the   right side, its visible effects extending     from the ear downwards below the breasts, on which were several bruises.   On Wednesday an inquest was...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 November 1806

">*x ttû*à~** (CommiíTary's Office, Nov. 29. 1806. A ll Tenders for Wheattoue deli ve, ed .* * n to His llüj'-ííy'fc >loici (at oya-. ne), Äiirttiutta?aiufi-iavvküLb^iyj jgrcc aale to the tenor of His jia JcLLawvjY'Sv Gcneial Uiííer of the i^ui iu.\aui, aie io be,given into tins cnie«-, oa oi be- fore the i5tri of Dec. ne<u By Lorn maud of Hi s Lxc ellen ey n J. Palmer, Commissary.   Spanish Prize Santa Anna, ~~~~         The Public are respectfully informed, that in consequence of some necessary Anangements which cannot be made in His Excellency's absence, as well as for the accommodation of the Settlers in general, now employed at their Harvest the   Sale of Prize Goods, Advertised in the last and present Week's Gazette to have taken place on Monday     the 1st of December (to-morrow), is unavoidably POSTPONED until Monday the 8th of De- cember next, When the Sa...

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JULISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 November 1806

COURT OF     CRIMINAL JURISDICTION On Friday the Court met ; and Charles Franklin stood indicted for steal-           ing sundry articles the property of Mr. James Larra at Parramatta.-Acquitted. John Burrowes was next indicted for   stealing a quantity of wheat and maize, from the dwelling house of John Tun mair at Hawkesbury, his property, and being found guilty, was sentenced seven years transportation. John and Mary Mays and John May, were indicted for burglariously entering; the house of Robert Campbell at Hawkes-   bury, and stealing therefrom sundry arti-   cles of wearing apparel and other pro- perty - All acquitted Martin Brown- was convicted of steal- ing from the house of William Butler 6 dollars, 6s. in copper coin, several ar- ticles of wearing apparel, &c ; and was sentenced to be transported seven years to Norfolk Island, there to b...

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 December 1806

GENERAL ORDERS. His Excellency having adopted   means of furnishing the settlers, as   far as circumstances will allow, with Threshers, Reapers, and Labourers to   facilitate securing the Grain,—Persons     owing Government Debts, and others   intending to put Grain into His Majesty's Stores, making application, will receive   such a proportion of those descriptions of Labourers as, can be spared, under the Regulations of the Labourers receiving their Rations of Salt Meat from the Stores at Four Pounds of Pork each Man per Week : For which the Employer is to     pay the Commissary in Grain : And as     the Settler will furnish the Labourer a   full Ration of Grain, the complete Go- vernment Tasks are to be performed. The Employers deverting the labour of those they are thus accommodated with to any other purpose than securing the...

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

PROCLAMATION,   By His Excellency William Bligh, Esquire, Captain Ge- neral and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Terri- tory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. WHEREAS in the time of Hay or Corn Harvest the Justices have Authori- ty (by Act of 5th Eliz. chap. 4) to cause   all persons meet to labour to serve in get- ting in the Harvest ; and that none of the said persons shall refuse to do so, on pain to suffer imprisonment ; viz. to be set in the stocks for the space of two days and   one night ; and for a second, or continued     refusal, to be sentenced to hard labour for three months. And if any person shall, after this Pro- clamation, published directly or indirect- ly, give any more or greater Wages, or other Commodity, than shall be so ap- pointed in this Proclamation, he, she, or         they shall, on convi...

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

1^W7 hie for the Ship King George, i ' * Twenty good Seamen, cither on Shares or gt>oà Wages.--NFone need an, D¡y but fuch as aie free, and clear of all Debts and Incumbrances as the Owners will Awi advance more than one ívíonth's w-ges. For further paitu*ul¿rs apply to Kabte and Co a, pa ny. . I LL Seit»êis and ctf ers aie catsficned ¿* again ft . barbo u i in g, icercting or employing George Goodman, on pain oí proTeeutioiv, he being my indented fer *vam, 5 weeks fince,abfcor»ded. I . ,t ¿ Lavaren ce May. *T 0> F,"? vcíl^rdau evemifg nar thç Hofnl *V ^ W/fm, i Si v';r HunuT-g Watei, Makr.'s, lêÇ^r J"iliB Woiffm n, Lon'io'-, Nu. 13 *6, tf>R»th<; -dr*î 1% e .a Ím; li cbçie o f,-ri pirres» vi .f.iiV.with »UÎ-..-.0-S« »«'» du- e*f* b> a funll ¡»iafs ihüfifsd içs an tnijiaveei fctsr, ?nd Thoo X)f£jaa« ^ri^raved on the h«rk, Anjr'pjrrfon* ^tf^gi * g the fa r,r; to Mr I jSTicHok, swt\\ re* iUfivo £" Ci ia ta Rsward , s»>*m ïf oîUred for £dt tojftop i*¿aa'J tac i...

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

SYDNEY.       Sitting Magistrate for the week ensuing, RICHARD ATKINS, Esq. On Friday HIS EXCELLENCY arrived   at Parramatta on his return from the         Hawkesbury, and is expected in Town early in the week.                     An Eclipse of the Sun will take place on Wednesday next, the 10th instant, which will commence at half past 11 in the forenoon; in Lat. 32° 27' S. Long. 143° 52½' E ; and at 32 minutes past 11 the eclipse will be central, and present to us a beautiful planetary phoenomenon.               A correspondent advises those who purchase wheat for the purpose of baking for sale, to give a preference to samples     that are clearest from drake, or grass         &n...

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 14 December 1806

--ÎV-S 3~*<*r* '-ri GENERAL ORDERS. TTiS' Excellency hayings-adopted . ^-^.."merrnT'-D-f-fu'rni'fhing th^^eT(tèTs,;as " far as circumftances will .allow, . with / Threihers, R.capers, and Labourer's to | facilitate, fearing t^e Grain,-Perföns ov/ing Government Debts, -and others i intending io .put Grain into BT .Víajeííy's , Stores, making application, will receive fuch a proportion of thofe defcripcions of. Labourers as can be ipared, under the Regulations of the Labourers receiving their Rations of Salt Meat from the Stores at Four Pou&ds of Pork each Man per Week;, For which the Employer js to pav the CommiiTary in Grain :<fAnd as the Settler will, furniih the Lapourer a full Ration of Grain, the corrjjflete Go- vernment Talks are to be per^Jrmcd. The Lmoloyers diverchw tftfc Jabour cf s thofc they are thus accomrri$iaiéd with to any other purpofe than -fehring their Grain, and appropriating it a^above, will j be liable lo the Penalties of''.the exi...

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

P II O C L'A M A rl I O N. / By His Excellency William Bligh, E(quire, Captain Ge neral and Governor in Chief in «and over His Majefty's Tcrri tory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &j. &c. WTITkereas in the time of Bay or Corn * * H arve «I the JuTtces have Au chari- ty (by A3: of 5ch £hz. chap. 4) to eau Ce all periods meet to iaho'ir to fer ve in get- ting ia the Har volt ; and that none of the faui perfons »hall refafe to do io, on pam "to Cutter impiifonmcnt ; viz. to be fet in the iirocks for the lpace of two days z.nd ! one nig/it ; and for a fecond, or continued j t »Tufa!, to be ienteiiccd to hard labour for three month?. And ii any perfon (hall, sf:cr this Pro- clamation, pubhihed direcUyor indirect- ly, give an/ more or greater Wages, or 1 otner Commgdity, than íhall be io ap- ! pointed in this Proclamation, he, uhe, or they ihaii, on conviction before any Juf tice, be impr i foiled for the fpace of ten , ¡days without bail or main prize...

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

To-be SOLD by AUCTION j BY MR. BCVAW, : ¿fpv »**î.'K .uí*' <>í L ví.c.n.»U, on <V 4n*f. ^ <* ?* n t\ 'h- 17 b ^rft'n:. aï <ec o'ci k. ' ^»""M j-. « «c ii pr a . O'^cHs , <: m >-'fi <£ * f'o »:) í i-t»i"v of puch, Far,, j.öd CeJar ^» « le f * t- "n 'í i<>K< cf wi- s« beiare. ' I »7* «¿vitu- te a'ur w,ii! b2 {old, s vu m Me Fîr.n ä: ii tAÍ;:s-ü!", 2î acr^s c:?ir, a-*d íí^e iscrir," *?* »re u' i cil"i timber, /or wnicu cooner .CprsíAL fteady Mea as Shepherds, ^ w\¡ will receive an ample Ration -#,- i ii.iCi'a! Wa*cs, by applying to Mr. ' M'Auhur, Parra-mtu. \ N G 'J 1 C E. *T[ Do hre'u* ítriclly require and direct, -*- that ?il Fees, Dues, and Sut« of î/ionev pay'ble into my hands as Pro vofi: Mar'.Lal of this Terrkoiy, be heie "Swter yen 'cred to me only, and not to any ,/jther per ¡"on wlitfocvcr a^ing in my" .behalf, unlcfe hebe duly authoi ¡fed to jtcfeive fuch Sum or Sums by & ...

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

SYDNEY. On Tuesday His Excellency, re-   turned from visiting the Settlers, and ar- ranging the Labouers during the har- vest.—The greatest impositions were be-     ginning to be practised ; but those, we are happy to observe, are in some mea- sure done away. The want of animal   food is severely felt ; but most of the     settlers are relieved by a supply of sugar,   which His Excellency has sent to be is- sued at 9d. per pound, the prime cost, to be paid for in wheat at 1os. per bushel, while the imposing retailer was selling it at half a crown and 3 shillings.—the   distresses of the country are extremelyly       great ; but under the direction of Divine Providence we are to hope, that the   great exertions now used will relieve us.   On Friday evening His Majesty's   armed tender Lady Nelson sailed f...

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

General Orders, His Excellency the Governor, has     directed a Government Vessel to be     at the Hawkesbury for the use of Mr.   Commissary Palmer, to receive the Grain due for Debts to the Crown ; And all Persons indebted are hereby re- quired to attend thereto. By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec. Govt. House Sydney, Dec. 11,1806. T'he Commissary, by His EXCELLEN- CY's Directions, having advertised     for Tenders for Wheat to be delivered       into His Majesty's Stores for the use of Government, the Deputy Commissaries and Storekeepers will be directed to re-         ceive such Wheat at Sydney and Parra-   matta as may be offered before the Ship Sydney, loaded with Rice arrives, at Fourteen Shillings and Nine Pence ; and at the Hawkesbury at Thirteen Shillings   ...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 December 1806

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency William Bligh, Esquire, Captain Ge neral and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Terri- tory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. Whereas in the time of Hay or Corn Harvest the Justices have Authori- ty (by Aft of 5th Ehz. chap. 4.) to cause all persons meet to labour to serve in get- ting in the Harvest ; and that none of the said persons shall refuse to do fo, on pain to suffer imprisonment ; viz. to be set in the stocks for the space of two days and one night ; and for a second, or continued refusal, to be sentenced to hard labour for three months. And if any person shall, after this Pro- clamation, published directly or indirectly, give any more or greater Wages, or   other Commodity, than shall be so ap- pointed in this Proclamation, he, she, or they shall, on conviction before any Jus-         tice, be imprisoned íor the space of ten ...

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

To be SOLD by AUCTION, BY MR. BEVAN, On Saturday next the 27th instant, THE Spanish Prize SANTA ANNA,   being a very fine sail sailing ship,   about 240 tons burthen with all her Fur- niture compleat, comprising Sails, Cordage, Stores, &c. &c. viz. 2 courses 100 fa Ik m 3 inch     3 top sails spare rope   3 top gallant sails & 1 fundry fhort pieces oí jibb hawicia r2 fore toj& mall âsy 1 fpare toe rn;>ft fails j do tun f«oI va rd 5 j munana 1 miz'tido ï hell ?nd uree katch 2 lorrtr íuicáiag fail bars ywnrung rigging com- % ftmiîl hc-ilcrs, ï axe, plete, kr & 1 Ene & I faw fails coiled Rttd tal- 2 Unteres and 2 ta- iled bJcs "« sj mc hors & 2 cibles & foc kin«: trumpet 'a new y inch hjivrfer a Ur.iun Jack j3. top robes Conditions of Sale.-A depofit of 25 per cent» to he paid down and the Refidue on or before the 24th day of March next. Payment to be made...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the week,—THOMAS JAMISON, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 December 1806

SYDNEY.       Sitting Magistrate for the week,--THO- MAS JAMISON, Esq. Yesterday a High Court of Appeal was   held before the GOVERNOR ; and was   adjourned to Wednesday next.     The Harrington, Capt. Campbell will     sail for India in the course of the ensuing week.   - On Sunday last a matrimonial Union   took place between an Officer of Rank & a young lady, after a three year devoir. On Thursday a select party of Ladies and Gentlemen, twenty-one in number exclusive of attendants, made an aquatic     excursion from Parramatta to Captain McArthur's estate in Cockle Bay, being highly favoured by the uninterrup-   ted serenity of a salubrious atmosphere     and after examining with inexpressable   satisfaction the picturesque beauties which    ...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE                     As a Reward for the Encouragement   of growing Peaches for the purpose     of making Cyder, it is His EXCELLEN- CY's pleasure to announce, that the per-   son who will produce in the next Peach   Season Two Hogsheads of Peach Cyder, which when One Year old is judged by him to be the best, shall receive a Cow       from Government as a Reward.     By Command of his Excellency, E. GRIFFIN, Sec. Secretary's Office, Dec 7, 1806.   The undermentioned person's have ob- tained His Excellency's permission   to depart the Colony, viz. In the Commerce.         Mr. Francis Williams, John Evans   In the King George J...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 December 1806

'General Orders, The Commissary, by His Excellen- cy's. Directions having, advertised     for Tenders for Wheat to be delivered into His Majesty's Stores for the use of Government, the Deputy Commissaries   and Storekeepers will be directed to re- ceive such Wheat at Sydney and Parra matta as may be offered before the Ship Sydney, loaded with Rice arrives, at Fourteen Shillings and Nine Pence ; and at the Havvkesbury at Thirteen Shillings and Nine Pence per Bushel -- that being deduced from the medium Prices of the   Tenders which have been delivered in, and expense of Carriage from the Hawkesbury to Sydney ; which will be paid for in quarterly Bills. On account of the Losses sustained by       the [?]lore calamitous inundation, Wheat will be taken at Fifteen Shillings, and     Barley at Eight Shillings per Bushel, in Liquidation of Government Debts prior &nbs...

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SUNDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 December 1806

S U N D A Y M O R N IN G   Yesterday the Spanish ship Santa Anna was sold by Auction for the sum of three thousand two hundred pounds, under pro- mise that the purchaser should send her to China or any port in India, to procure the   necessaries of life most wanting—the con- ditions of purchase tending equally to the advantage of the purchaser as to the gene- ral interests of the colony. A contest   supported with much spirit by the various   bidders, till at length the coup de gras transferred her to Lord and Country    

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate [?] the [?] We[?]k, JOHN HA[?]IS, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 December 1806

1$ V fî V 'F v -??y ..i ..,*?' t-' .>v * * J b Sitting ^a.?tjb^te f »? tho ?<Tri^'^£:icr< <'~ On WedivfJay a;H^ 'J ^t,vT -\& pe.tl was he,d before t-vc vi^Ets'oa ; "v/beiL-arnon* other cam fe* o? a-,»Ve"ií"«>iL* tvus e*hibit-.*^ í?hc re n tríes -Jih /cred bV H i s 'Exc£ L ï, e'n c y - upon ~W i icn* '. are ex íremtÍy infccrcftiiiít ? to the- tina HUtftf' *»f this, Colanvc This» was a* ca-ife-'tfincrem ¿he appeUaut.\yjtd, given hi» no'e to the refpo*id%uâ$fb/ the ui>n ut'-Ücf paya ft ic? in fvuînè'sflcp within 'a certain period, á'id. in. con ifquence had. ' delivered to ' bim in Live lions' a quantity' ' which hev the appellant, con .id er ed fuperior fo the . amount <îue« The fwine were weighed alive hy thz rcfponJerr; and creal: given i"or their weight at 4.Jil. rer lb. whïdfhe-' oonfidered adequate, to the price then al- lowed for fwine*s fíeíli By Government, vis. ja* per lb. without"heads or'feefil This price the appe...

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