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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 February 1807

POLICE OFFICE,     Sydney, Jan 31st, 1807.   WHEREAS John Franks, alias Jackey Baggs, and Patrick Nedor having ab- sconded from their Employ, all persons are hereby strictly required to aid and assist in     apprehending the said Delinquents, they   being Servants of the Crown , And all per-   sons are hereby forbid to harbour or encourage either of the said Delinquents, on pain of ri gid prosecution. By Command of His Exsellency,       I. HARRIS,                         Superintendant of Police.                            ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 February 1807

Notice is hereby given, that from the date hereof all Persons are forbid going near the Government Salt Pans in Rose Bay,or any Person or Persons coming there by water or landing near the said Premises, unless with an order signed by His EXCELLENCY and addressed to E. Kinsela, the Manager of the Salt Works), shall be taken into custody and Imprisoned in the County       Goal.           And all persons coming to the said Salt Pans with Orders, are severely prohibited         from entering the Salt House ; unless by per- mission and in the presence of the said E. Kin- sela.                       By Command of His Excellency, E. GRIFFIN, Sec. Government House, Sydney,   &...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week— JOHN HARRIS, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 February 1807

SYDNEY     Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week John Harris Esq. By accounts received last week by the Endeavour we are much concerned to state a failure of the wheat crop at Norfolk Island, in consequence of which provisions have experienced a rise to twice their usual price; and that in consequence of the excessive droughts which have prevailed, but little expectation was entertained of the maize crop when the Endeavour sailed. The fields of wheat were so much parched, that few wheat were so much parched, that few yielded                             more than five or six bushels an acre, each bushel producing not more than 30 to 35 lbs of meal. of meal.   Some of the people who were last week mentioned as having attempted to escape from the Colony in an open bo...

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Agricultural Observations for the Month of FEBRUARY[?] G[?]dening. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 February 1807

Agricultural Observations for the Month of FEBRUARY.   Gardening.   Ground should now be prepared for cabba- ges and turnips ; at the latter end of the month should there be any gentle showers,   some turnips may be sown. Cabbages may be sown for every three months for a con- stant supply ; all sorts of sweet herbs should be sown this month. Trees of every kind should now be budded, but the tops of the budded stocks should not be cut off till Sep- tember following ; when such buds as look   well will make vigorous shoots. Peaches   may be budded upon their own stocks, or upon plumbs, almonds, or apricots. If the English   mulberry upon the cherry or Cape; but they       will take better upon the former. Oranges will succeed well upon lemons. It is better to bud all tender trees in summer, than to graft them in spring.         &am...

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Communication. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 February 1807

Communication. UNDER the peculiar state of the Colony the Supplies of Grain becoming doubtful,   His Excellency the Governor thought it proper to issue the following Notice.       " That under the strongest motives of insuring the Welfare of the Colony, by either sending for Supplies or securing them from Individuals,   does, by this Document, call upon every per- son to state what Quantity of Grain they are able and ready to deliver, at the earliest period     they will name and can possibly determing on, into the Public Store, out of their present and growing Crops ; and which they will bind themselves to perform, by signing their Agree- ment, as by any other more regular Security     whatsoever.           " The Price to be given by Government for                               Wheat will be, as already stated in Public Orders, 14s. 9d. per ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 February 1807

      N O T I C E A Bull having trespassed on the Farm of John Harris Esq. the Owner is requi-   red to claim his property which will be ren- dered upon true description being made to the Overseer ; in failure whereof the said Bull will be publically sold in 21 days,to defray expences.     CAUTION.—Notwithstanding the repeated   Advertisements that have appeared, pro- hibiting the trespass of stock, &c. on my grounds at Woolloomoolloo, yet all have been ineffectual in restraining practices which the injury I sustain thereby renders it incumbent on me to prevent.—l therefore strictly forbid every person whatsoever from cutting spars or     timber of any kind whatsoever upon the said grounds unless my permission be previously had and obtained :—And I further give Notice, that any and every species of stock hereafter found upon the said grounds will be impound- e...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week— JOHN HARRIS, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 February 1807

SYDNEY.           Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week JOHN HARRIS, Esq. Assize of Bread for the ensuing Week. --- Wheaten bread 13d. houshold bread 10d. each 1 loaf to weigh 2lbs. 1 ounce new, and 2lbs. when one day old, agreeable to the Order of May 8, 1801, and February 17, 1804. Average price of wheat at yesterday's mar- ket 20s. 6½ per bushel. On Friday a Farewell Dinner was given by   His EXCELLENCY to Governor King, and Officers of His Majesty's ship Buffalo ; at   which His Honor the LIEUTENANT GO-     OVERNOR & many other Officers attended, with their Ladies. A ball and supper concluded the   evening.   Several bakers at Parramatta were last week brought forward before the Magistrates on     complaints relative to the weight of bread ;   when some were censured, and one fined in   &am...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 February 1807

VJoiïcr-Tendí, s MC requeiîcd to be ¿^ dttUveicd «-o Mr. j Sloav, 1'uifet of K»s ivîajefty^ Sb p PcUife (in b)^d ti e ft'J ihm, on or before I^uch y 'i e».i th-j ;ocii ¿f Februaty, by fuch ptrlyns rf- ¿io c'ïLuue of fupplym-]; about C?«s rh,iuf<n>d i^J>- H«ii-\ écdañú Po'tv Poux h oí AW io: rh»t SVp's ** i5a\ met to bc> made b? ''ills or1 Rxckn^o un the Co.únu/fioncrs for vuAulhnfr t«i* Maici« ' ty's "/"ny. A frmpl«? of ^h e Flo a- v. li Le require 1 ; and the pcrfon taking the Oo.nr.iâ, to cmer into Recognizance, with t-*'o-appio-! ved Securities thru the biicuit fhfll K squal . in quahty to ihr far.vpk d«ie|rvnecl. , ! li M* S. Porpmftv Sjclney Ç ""* ß ) / >rt je of Lx'cuti Vi * j i% * WV1 be Sold by Audi ion by ti-e Provost." AIaríiial, ., i On Tuefdiy next the loth mftänt-, .* f 0?: f/^if Bi êmif'S at th G~nn IJ'Iis, 'HawJttJr ¿L'ru £i lo o^ttjiiy \ Q.^niir^ of W-hsai and Pigs ; ,for whicjK ¿~^~ preempt payment v, ül£be i eq^'ied. Alla on Thurfda7 rcxt ihc...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 February 1807

WAnted, Seven or Eight Able Seamen to serve on board His Majesty's Colonial   Vessel Lft.aftiiîU.-- Applications to be made on board to the Commander, without delay. Secretary's Office, Feb. 8, 1807.       The undermentioned person has obtained His Excellency's permission to depart the Colony, viz. .** B» * >& Elizabeth **J$Sitls&tii -pttahe. ( *. All claims or demands on the above named     person are to be forthwith presented in Wri-   ting at this Office.           By command of His Excellency         E. GRIFFIN, Sec.         NOTICE:- Whereas a number of persons   having presumptuously insisted on there being a Public Road through my back Farm ar Richmond, and having prespassed thereon...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 February 1807

General Orders. HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR taking into his consideration the Evils which   will arise from the Distillation of Spirits of     any Description does hereby confirm the Ge-     neral Order of the 28th February, 1799, which is as follows. "The Governor having received informa-   tion from various quarters, that in direct dis- obedience of Public Orders, and in defiance of the consequences of detection, several persons     in different parts of this Colony have taken     the liberty of erecting Stills, and providing Materials for the purpose of distilling Spirit- ous Liquors. And as it is well known to the whole colony that this destructive practice has     long been forbidden in this Settlement, and under the immediate authority of every Officer   who has commanded in it, it is scarcely ne- cessary to sa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 February 1807

To be SOLD by AUCTION, by MR. Bevam   On the premises, on Wednesday next the 18th instant, at 12 o.clock precisely         Without Refuns               .v-A>/ ^S'ubftÄUt'ialji.-vxluiible^v^nd.o l^/r-i-Sroiiç.'i^vMç.llvng--:-Bonis; .^ii,itilübe¿,í,.piea--. -íantly rand^baau^ijul.l.y^iit-u-at-í^at» t-h^éofneí.'op ! Windmill Row, ..Rô.çk'jr, ?;jv;iifo %**&&? k^-««¿euí.s.^ ¡-'couch bX*^íi-^»"i-4--^bliu|..:ííiid. co:nmódioü-:\ ;ouci:''' .?b<i».liçs,..itn.excellent garde¡i3 well fcn^iU^i'-m..-?. j high eulti v-a*¿«b~» '^tíft;V?a'pitál-<-*VrViV-coiVlH'h'4ly;^ fuppiied with goiodí wnceryvt&e. {M'opcrt^l>f^:;:'.¡ ff..---. -.-,--?«'.-?. «.-*.»-. jjaac PeytsfS'. " " "' "'-¡} " ?\ '. .-ífr'th&hbúCe ;iísiía- Aíe§reií;íft^?k:l|k^|far^cu^j '.?;r-f:fg'e:ífh, bookW^päpcrH, &'c.'i...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week the JUDGE ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 February 1807

SYDNEY           Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week - the JUDGE ADVOCATE           Yesterday arrived the Contest, out nearly       four months, designing to visit the sealing     grounds at Dusky Bay; but obliged from   threat of weather to make for Norfolk Island from whence she brings accounts confirming       the unfavourable representation heretofore made of the crops there.   Yesterday arrived also, the Marcia, from the       islands in the Straits, with skins and oil, a full         vessel, but being unable to make the Heads     put into Botany Bay. She brings two persons     ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 February 1807

SHIP NEWS.         At 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon His   Excellency the late Governor and family       finally embarked on board His Majesty's ship     Buffalo for England, accompanied to the wharf by His Excellency, who expressed   the most sensible regret at taking leave ; His     Honor the Lieutenant Governor and ma-         ny Officers attended, also to share in the last duties of respect. At half past two the boat left the wharf, and was saluted by His Majes ty's ship Porpoise as she passed ; the following morning His Excellency's Dispatches were   on board, and on Tuesday the ship sailed. Go vernor KING designing to touch at Norfolk   Island on his way.   The Perseverance sailed on Monday for Canton. On Friday arrived fr...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 February 1807

General Orders HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR taking     into his consideration the Evils which       will arise from the Distillation of Spirits of   any Description does hereby confirm the Ge- neral Order of the 28th of February, 1799,       which is as follows.   The Governor having received informa- tion from various quarters, that in direct dis-     obedience of Public Orders, and in defiance of       the consequences of derection, several persons in different parts of this Colony have taken   the liberty of erecting Stills, and providing   Materials for the purpose of distilling Spiritu- ous Liquors. And as it is well known to the whole colony that this destructive practice has long been forbidden in this Settlement, and     under the immediate authority of every Officer   who has commanded in it, it ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 February 1807

To be Sold by Private Contract,     A Valuable Sixty acre Farm, 20 clear, and from its immediately adjoining an extensive Common, in all respects favorable to the rear- ing of stock of all kinds, as the ground is known to produce the finest grain. For par-   ticulars application to be made to Anthony Landrin, Parramatta. An ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY,     From the Non commissioned Officers and Privates, of the New South Wales Corps.   Sydney, Feb. 21, 1807,     May it please Your Excellency,   We the Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates of His Majesty's New South Wales Corps, beg   Your Excellency's acceptance of Our grateful               Thanks for the present augmentation of our Ration, which we are aware would have long since taken   place, were it...

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 February 1807

GENERAL ORDERS.   A Quantity of Grain being arrived in the Colony which the Commissary is ordered   to purchase, it is hereby directed that the esta- blished Rations of Provisions will be issued on Saturday next to all descriptions of people vic- tualled from the Public Stores ; and all those who have been put on the $tores during the time of the scarcity will then be discharged. By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec. Govt. House, Sydney, Feb. 16, 1807, The New South Wales Corps under Arms will attend the Execution of the Culprits   now under Sentence of Death on Monday next the 23d instant at eight o'clock in the morn- ing. By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec. Govt. House, Sydney, Feb. 21, 1807. IT is hereby ordered, that a Return be made immediately to the Magistrates at Hawkes- bury, Parramatta, and Sydney, of all persons who have Arms of any description—distin- guishing the different kinds of which they are in possession, ...

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COURT CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 February 1807

On Monday the Court met ; and the follow-, ing persons were tried ; viz.   William Possin stood indicted for appropriating to his own use, maize vested in his charge by Government to be distributed to certain settlers,                       and acquitted.                     William Purver was then put to the bar & arraigned for feloniously entering the house of William Wickham at the Nepean, on the 15th of October last, and stealing sundry wearing apparel and other property, part of which was produced in Court. Upon evidence it appeared that the prosecu-tor had gone abroad at 5 in the evening and diate notice thereof to the district constable and others, who went in pursuit of the delinquent, but in vain ;...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 February 1807

POSTSCRIPT.       We are happy to announce to the Public   that by extreme vigilance, a most atrocious     and wicked plan of insurrection has been   averted,—It was planned in a most secret   manner by some designing Irish Prisoners, who     had artfully instilled into the minds of their     Countrymen a certainty of taking the Coun-   try, and gaining their liberty :—But their   means to accomplish those ends were the most horrid :—They were to have destroyed the   Governor, who they supposed, would be going into the Country as soon as the Buffalo   sailed, on his way to the Hawkesbury ; and which was to have been the commencement of the general Insurrection ; the New South Wales Corps were to have been surprised ;     the leading Gentlemen of the Colony were to h...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week— Major JOHNSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 February 1807

SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week- Major JOHNSTON. Yesterday HIS EXCELLENCY gave a Dinner to a large party of Officers and Ladies; at   which Lieutenant Governor and Mrs.   Paterson were present.   His Honor the Lieutenant Governor will   embark on board the Estramina to resume the Government at Port Dalrymple. An ample supply of provisions will be sent by the     Estramina for the relief of the settlement.   The investment imported in the General   Wellesley was opened at Mr. Lord's on   Thursday, and experienced a rapid demand     from three causes; first, the superior quality     of the goods; secondly, the very great scarcity   of most of the articles imported; and lastly, the prodigious accommodation afforded to the   Public in the mode of payment required, by   which the prevalent scarcity of sterling specie w...

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

General Orders. It is Hhereby ordered, that a Return be made immediately to the Magiftrates at Hawkes-       bury, Parramatta, and Sydney, of all persons who have Arms of any description -diftin gui Inn g the different kinds of which they aie , in pciTefton, and the quantity of lJc>\vder, Bali, oi Shot, which is to he rigiftsiei in a book to fye kçpt by the Ma^ifrratc. Arid the Aiigijlratcs aie hereby directed to , c roll the names of all fuch of nis Majefty's ¿subjects as ¿re reidy and willing to defend the , comm y a^ainír Wai and Tumult, adminifter ios: to them the Oath of Allegiance, as is cmiomury on" iuch occjCon«. By Q,ninami of His Exccllenc\\ E. ds i v ein-, Sec .Gíwf. HcJtfj, Sidney i F el. 22, 7807. \To Ship or Vefiel, Colonial or» olherwifc, .* * when coming laden co this Country horn ïr^Uiid or the enhenes nu fiele Se.i>, is io pi-^cetl to any othei ii«nbour to chicharre ? bul ibis oí Poit Jag ki on, where rp^kin^ a cic?» and...

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