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

To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Bevan, at his House in High Street, Sydney,   on Tuesday the 30th inst. at 11 o'clock, (the property of a Gentleman about to depart the Colony) Two valuable & very capital Breeding Cows heavy in Calf. Also, two fine young Bullocks, --Pay-   ment to be made upon delivery in Go   vernment, Treasury, or Paymaster's bills,   or dollars at 5s. each. To be SOLD at AUCTION by Mr. BE         VAN, at the Green Hills, Hawkesbury,   on Saturday the 24th of January next, A Ca-   pital Grey Horse, with an elegant Chaise, &     Harness brass mounted ; and an excellent   Bay Gelding, with good Cart and Harness complete. Payment to be made in Copper Coin or approved Bills on delivery ; the Pur- chaser requiring the accommodation to be allowed three months credit on approved se- curity. &a...

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

Five fine EWES having on the 16th inst been driven by a D g from the Farm of Jxxxxa Palmer at P rr Hill, any per- fon returning the fame will receive Twenty                         Shillings xxx xxx xxxx x x Palmer                 G. Howe, dreading the necessity of a   peregrination throughout the exten   iíve Hawkesbury Settlement, is never-   thelefs compelled to form a refoiution of once more encountering the fatigues cer-   tain upon fo oiftrexxxng a journey, under a hope that perfons in arrear of Subfcrip- tîon will liquidate their Accounts ; for which purpofe he will leave Sydney on Sunday xxxxxxx     ^ j3 ? ^¡^¿^kM¿Jí^áSSt; e i equeflcd Secreta...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 January 1807

Proclamation. WILLIAM BLIGH.   WHEREAS by the General Orders da- ted the lst of November, 1806, 'that the term "Currency" was only ap   plicable to Money, and not to Barter in Goods ; and if a Note was made payable in Copper Coin, as the Currency of this Country, it was to be inferred that Mo ney only was the means by which it was to be liquídated, It is hereby declared,   according to the Notice therein given, that from the date hereof all outstanding Notes payable in Copper Coin or Colonial Currency are hereafter to be considered as Sterling Money, and the amount may be sued for if the said term " Copper       Coin" or "Colonial Currency" had not   been expressed. -And likewise, from the date of this Proclamation all Checks and Promissory Notes shall be drawn payable in Sterling Money, in consequence of the undesined manner in which Notes have hitherto been given, and the many Evils and Liti...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 January 1807

S Y D N E Y . The following observations will we trust be found serviceable to those, who   owing to the very limited impressions that could be printed of the last year's Alma- nack, could not be supplied with copies The Compiler had proceeded in preparing another for the present year, in which, for the reason above given, those Remarks     would have been repeated; but the de- sign being counteracted by the continuing   scarcity of paper, he finds this the only mode of conveying an information in which the husbandman is interested. - GARDENING for JANUARY.     Potatoes should now be planted, both   in the garden and field, for a general crop for the winter consumption: this is the   best season of the year for planting this valuable root, as these potatoes will come into use in the middle of winter and begin- ning of spring, when cabbages, turnips     &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 January 1807

NOTICE. - Tenders are requested to be delivered to Mr. W. D. BASDEN,   Purser of His Majesty's Ship Porpoise on board the said ship, on or before Thursday   the 8th instant, by such Persons as are de- sirous of supplying about One Thousand     One Hundred and Forty Pounds of Flour;         and Four Hundred and Fifty Pounds of   of Sugar; both for the said ship. Pay-   mert to be made by Bills of Exchange on   the Commissioners for victualing His   Majesty's Navy. - A Sample of each will be required; and the persons gaining the       Contract to enter into Recognizance with two approved Securities, that the whole   shall be equal in quality to the samples de-   livered. His Majesty's Ship Porpoise,     Sydney Cove, Jan. 3, 1807. &nbs...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 January 1807

Proclamation.       WILLIAM BLIGH   Whereas by the General Orders da-   ted the 1st of November, 1806,   that the term "Currency" was only ap-   plicable to Money, and not to Barter in   Goods; and if a Note was made payable     in Copper Coin, as the Currency of this Country, it was to be inferred that Mo- ney only was the means by which it was     to be liquidated, it is hereby declared,         according to the Notice therein given, that from the date hereof all outstanding Notes payable in Copper Coin or Colonial Currency" hereafter to be considered as   Sterling Money, and the amount may be sued for as in the said term " Copper Coin" or "Colonial Currency:, had not been expressed. - And likewise, from the       &nb...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 January 1807

General Orders. Monday the 19th Instant being the Anniversary of Our Most Gracious Queen's Birth Day, His Excellency will receive the Congratulations of the Officers and. Gentlemen upon the occa- sion.     By Command of His Excellency, Govt. House, Sydney, Jan 10, 1807 E. GRIFFIN, Secretary        

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing week, Captain PUTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 January 1807

Sydney   Iii fc, Lii'<'n ui('!m waw jilván iji uiu w,iwti et 1 mut r«ïi e^rir« un ore "¡tut coo pr jimw rc^ve Aljtf-IÎÎÔÎt^fU íUk^r%bW¿Asrí Jí ö«r^«n*r ipFj; B"' ,lùytn^ ; thit impede the piß'*e, infant!*/ wu down.* The name of the unfoitunue ma» was Roger BriJden. Such was the nfc oí wafer in the South Creek in the courie of Wedncfday eren. ins as to indicate an inundation of the law grounds alonc the banks, many or which are cu^tvited with maize, and o'i others the wheat vcrpps fHU remainel in the field. Hie fortúnate difco.itinuance of che ruin; however, prevented the drea dei nüfchief. The bridge was too much . x"elevated for feveral days to admit the pab 'tage of carriages without much dtthVculty ana labour ; ouï the prompt and adequate : , alîîilancc a Ford;! by rhe proprietor fully remed.ed an inconvenience which it wa? i np )jHole to prevent.-? The melaticho« \y event of March iaft was fudden and unexpected ; ¡t was the dtfpenfation of a Providence on...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 January 1807

N O T I C E.     ALL Persons whatever are hereby   warned to keep their Hogs, Goats,   or Cattte of whatever description from off Government Farm, between the Ditch crossing from the back of Government House towards Woolloomoolia, Benne- long, and Anson's Points. By Command of His Excellency, E. GRIFFIN, Sec. Govt. House, Sydney, Jan. 9, 1807 NOTICE. Mr. Charles McLaren, late of the Spanish Prize Santa Anna, being about to quit the Colony in the Snow Commerce, all Claims and Demands are are to be forthwith presented to him at Mr. Lord's.                   Cnnamerce, all CLi ns or Denanls ar i TJ¡irANr»'.j,» .u .10-1 J,,iJ;a li^Aki "*'* toci.ttf »m ü>ayd th^L^j* Primita , ! £¿//> <?/* /-/-#<% îhorcly abttuc to lui on a j crime alamil the Fuerues of Great tfri i tun.-"None but Sea ncn. or pa...

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Proclamation. WILLIAM BLIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 January 1807

Proclamation. WILLIAM BLIGH.   Whereas by the General Orders dated the   1st of November, 1806, that the term   "Currency" was only applicable to Money, and       not to Barter in Goods; and if a Note was made payable in Copper Coin, as the Currency of this   Country, it was to be inferred that Money onlv was   the means by which it was to be liquidated, it is hereby declared, according to the Notice therein   given, that from the date hereof all outstanding   Notes payable in Copper Coin or Colonial Curren-   cy are hereafter to he considered as Sterling Money,     and the amount may be sued for as if the said term "Copper Coin" or " Colonial Currency" had not been expressed. And likewise, from the date of this Proclamation all Checks and Promissory Notes shall be drawn payable in Sterling Money, in conse- quence of...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 January 1807

General Orders. MONDAY the 19th ínstant being: the An- niversar yof Our Most' Gracious Queen's   Birth Day, His Excellency will receive the Congratulations of"the Offcers and Gen- tlemen upon the occasion. "By Commattd sf His Excellency E. Griffin, Sec. Govt House, Sydney, Jan. 10 , 1806. whereas has the term Currencyç made use of       in this Colony, seems not to have car-   ried its proper Signification in the small Notes gen-           erally circulated ; It is hereeby declined, that its   meaning is only applicable to M oney, 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 îhe good faith r,i Individ xah is not 1 to he perverud, it is hereby dr-clared, t...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 January 1807

Secretary's Office, Jan. 18, 1807   The undermentioned persons have ob   tained His Excellency's permission     to depart the Colony, In the King George. James Hill Mr. Jesse Mulcock All claims or demands on the above named persons are to be forthwith presen-   ted in Writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency,   E. GRIFFIN, Sec.     A B S C O N D E D From the Farm of John Lee, at the Nepean, GEORGE SMITH an indebted Govern- ment Servant, a young man, middle   stature, well set, light short hair. All persons are strictly charged not to em- ploy or encourage him, but to render every information and assistance in appre- hending the said George Smith. By Command of His Excellency,   J. HARRIS, Superintendant of Police.   NOTICE. ALL Persons to whom William O'Neal may stand indebted are re- quested to present their Claims for pay-   &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 January 1807

lo be SOLD hy AUCTION \ EY MR. ERVAN% j On Saturday the 31 fl of January mirant, ' A Convenient Dwelling B>»ufe, fttuste x*- in Pitt's Row, late tile Rendence of 'W. Bond ; wu.hg.vden ground and good convenience of waier. I Caution           ALL Persons are hereby cautioned       against giving credit on my ac-     count or paving any Debts whatever due to me, to John Hoare, a Government Man indented to me for Twelve Months ; as he lhas absented himself for some days         back without my leave, for the purpose   of going to the Hawkesbury to recover   Debts due to me, with an intent to de-   fraud me of them ; as also carrying on an     ' illicit trade at thes aid place, which   may be thought under my sanction ; and &...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing week, RICHARD AKTINS, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 January 1807

SYDNEY.           Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing week, RICHARD AKTINS, Esq.                           On Sunday last the body of an unfor-   tunate woman that had been barbarously murdered was found in a ditch at Parra- matta, with a sheet nearly covering her. From the appearance of the body it was evident that the perpetrators had endea- voured to conceal their guilt by attempt-   ing to consume the unhappy object of their depravity; but failing therein, were af- terwards instigated by an avenging spirit     thus to dispose of the corps that the foul crime of murder might not go unpu- nished. Upon surgical inspection sev-   eral wounds were discovered on the head; while the attempt to...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 January 1807

General Orders. IT is directed that none of the Government Bullocks Carts, Waggons, or Teams shall be used in any private Employ whatsoe- ver; and it is further ordered, that they are   on no account to work on Saturdays or Sun- days without positíve Orders from HIS EX- CELLNCY, or some person authorised by him. By Command of His Excellency, E. GRIFFN, Secretary. Government House, Sydney, Jan 19, 1807.

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SYDN[?]Y. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing week, Major JOHNSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 January 1807

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COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 January 1807

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. On Thursday the Court met for the trial of John Kenny for the wilful murder of Mary Smith on the 10th day of Ja- nuary at Parramatta. Mr. Surgeon MILEHAM gave evidence, that upon examining the body of the de- ceased he found several wounds on the back of the head, but that the skull did not appear to have been fractured ; that the body was much burnt ; and he was certain such burning was the cause of death. James Phalan deposed, that the de- ceased left his house at Sydney on Satur- day the 9th instant to go to Parramatta in quest of some articles she had been robbed of a short time before, suspecting that the prisoner at the bar was concerned therein, and intending in consequence to call on him in order to recover part of her property without resorting to harsher measures ; that the deponent went with the deceased to the passage boat, that she then wore a gown the pattern of a piece now produced ; and had a pair of leather shoes tied up in a handkerc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 January 1807

j Tl¡J>TTCE is hereby given, that from the j «*^ ehre hejeof aii Ferions are íbrbíd <?o'm<r J J scsr the Government Salt I'ans in Rofe ßay, j <©r aiy /'ci'Un or t'eifons cooing there by wa- j t¿r oí lading near the {¿id iJreniffes, (unlefs I "Wurt da order ii»ned by His Excellency ' ^r,j fidJieí?j¿ to E. Ki niela, the Manager of4 "the 1¿H I'Vork*)* Cull be taken into Cuilody j asi i i+npñ'mzá in the County Gaoi. i Ai.d ¿ii perfons coming to the faid Salt Puns with Order«, arc ib-vereiy p '.hunted fion entering the Salt Houfe -, unlef> by per- in» '¿ion and ia the preicnce ctf the faivi E. Eun- icia, j , Jfy Csmminâ of His Excellency, - \ E. Griffin, Sec. iG ove "«merit Houfe, Sydney, I /#». 20, 1807. * i *^" «rf^ »j*** -¿r"* w«^ ***"" «*.* w*-**".**" -#*^-^* ?-*.-" ~*r*~J- «r- -*r- wir-* jr* -*?" -»*«* «.» s**-*.-»»* _«** Sectretary's Office, Jan. 25, 1807.       The undermentioned persons have obtained Hi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 January 1807

==================================                 To be LET,       And entered on immediately,       AN excellent Thirty acre Farm at Prospect, 18 acre clears, with good Dwelling             House, barn, and large garden. For further particulars apply to Mr. Lawrance May, settler at Hawkesbury.____________ _________________________________             MR. S. Lord inconsequence of the dis- afters on account of the Flood which happened to several persons indebted to him forbore to sue them for the amount of their respective Debts, he now informs them that   if they do not liquidate the same on or before the 8th proximo he must be under the ne cessity of enforcing Payment without further   Notice._______...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 February 1807

General Orders« I't is directed that none of the Government Bullocks,Carts, Waggons, or Teams shall be used in any private Employ whatsoe- ver; and it is further ordered, that they are   on no account to work on Saturdays or Sun- days without positive Orders from His EX- CELLENCY, or some person authorised by him.     By Command of His Excellency, E. GRIFFIN, Sectetary,     Government House, Sydney,     Jan 19, 18O7.

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