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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week— THOMAS [?]AMISON, [?]sq. Assize of Bread for the week, Wheaten one [?]ing; Houshold nine pence the [?] of 2lbs, I [?]nce rew; or 2lbs. when one day old. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 March 1807

SYDNEY           Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week. Thomas Jamison Esq.                           Assign of Bread for the ensuing week., Wheaten rye   failing ; Household nine pence the loaf of 2/s ? pence new ; or 2/ s. when one day old.         Yesterday íe'right before a Bench of Ma- gistrate the persons concerned in taking away     a boat, &c. with intent to escape from the co-       lony, were sentenced severe corporal punish-   ments; and J. Hern, for seditious expressions       was ordered 500 lashes, and gaol gang 3 years. SHIP NEWS,- Remain with His Ma...

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

NOTICES. To be sold by ????? and entered on immediately, a truly valuable and pro-   ductive Farm, most eligibly and defirable situ-   ate on the River Hawkesbury, about half a mile distant from the Green Hills ; compri- sing 30 acres all clear. For particulars apply to Thos. R???ie.     To be Let and may be entered on imme- diately, an excellent 30 acre Farm all clear contiguous to the above, with good shingled and weatherboarded Barn and convenient Resi-   dence. For particulars apply as above.       Notice:.- .-William Packer desires all those he may stand indebted t0 (if any there are)     to present their accounts immediately, that they may be discharged :- And all who stand in debted to him are requested to make good their payments immediately; or legal measures will   b e taken (without exception]) for the recovery thereof. '"rHUii¿erm...

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

NOTICE       WANTED, an active 1 l-f-idy , young Man of             good character to serve on board a Ve .Tel.       in the capacity of Captain's Steward, who will           meet with liberal treatment and good e:cf,u ..agement. ---- Reference to be made to the   Printer of this Paper     " "¿~'i ',"" v» .?,.><'> ;..'' *"" "5 \*íaí» *Ç'm,'a Tinah l:n--, with falls and o«-:s * .^W'.t|&s any pe'Hn having the above   to diipé^fïïfui-i:Mi^<^y%,ç*d^with for the purchafe thereof by Mr. Mann -Alio i   two Men of good character as yearly servants,           or otherwife, under a written Engagement     &amp...

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Regulations Respecting the HEA[?]ING DOWN PLACE; Which all SHIPS and VESSELS are to observe. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 March 1807

Regulations Respecting the         HEAVING-DOWN PLACE ;         Which all SHIPS and VESSELS are to observe. Firstly. The charges which follow, to be paid for the heaving down, begins on the day the ship sails along side the wharf, and ends on the day she hauls off.     Secondly. All ships and vessels are to pay 7½d.     per day, if having the use of blocks and falls?     from Government Stores, for two days ; 2nd 2d. per ton per day for the remaining days of heaving down.   Thirdly. Ships and Vessels that have the use of       blocks only are to pay 6d. per ton per day for two days ; and 2d. per ton per day for the remainder.           Fourthly. Ships and Vessels that have not the use of b...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 March 1807

General Orders       |T îs hereby ordered, that a Return be made immediately to the Magistrates at Hawkes bury, Parramatta, and Sydney       w-sa have Arms of any' -deTcriptifth-diit'iri'-??.' £uijhi V£~ the different -kinds-of vHhich they aré - iii {vc>;ie:Hoiis.aiïd-tKéquati:Lity c>if Powder^Balj,; or Shot,' which ^ tobe j-efriftered iii a Booktov be kept- by-trie ÍVlagiftrate., r, . . ;;. -,:: ?";'.. . i:-;;.'.i;; And the: Jléagifífstcs, are hereby directed;to;: enroll the names of' aíi^ft^?of\.ídiai'-A'la:jelíy's.; Subjects as. are ready and Pilling;,to defeiidith'e country agaiiift Warland tumult, 'adniiftifteri hv¿ to ,n»em the; Oath of Allegiance/: as^is cuitomary on fuch^è'c'çaifàrïs; ? _: '' V ,'* :?" \'-'^;"'.:r > By Comma}iilof;:Hií'"!E'xuUimyl::-': V'?":;\m -'. "V-.""."'. ""' ;-'v ?kv.o;k??^íy¿^^i' 'C??uf. Jîonfi^§:yèièy,{fe$^ ;.'; "\j'© Ship or'r\r¿fl^^ .A- "* when ccWnng.'Jadeh to't'...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week— Captain PUTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 March 1807

.s y D M S '?./ fe fitting Magißrate for.the crifuing; We'sk Captain jutland. Áiñxe of bread for the enfuing week, Whcaten io*], and Houihold Bread 7d. per loaf, to <weigh ¿lbs. i ounce new, and 2ibs. v/hen one a*y old. ^ ïGurrmt brices ef various^ Articles of Cwfump Jion at Sydney.-Tea 6s. per ounce; fugar" ^s; 6d, per lb. rice 6d. p:r ditto ; fre'h .butter 6s^ per ditto ; frcfli beef and pork -as. :¿ñd matron -is. ird. per ditto; fait beef '.* :J4d, to iS.l. and fait pork 2s. per ditto : . jEnglifli fiwp 2S. to 2-?. 6d.-and colonial fcup ïs. to l8d. per ditto ; white thread I4d. -coloured ditto Sd. to lOd. per fkanë ; fpirití 3I. co 3I. 'ios. per gallon *, porter 16s. per dttto ; Port wine los. per bottle ; tobacco Vacs, t.) 24s. p?r lb. men's hats 2 to 3 gui- neas each ; coarfe white calicoes 5s. per yuland linen cloths of all kinds fcarce. . The Publie have long fufTcred extreme" ¿inconvenience from gates unneccflarily open- ing «towards the ftreet, which being freque...

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Agricultural Observations for the Month of MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 March 1807

Agricultural Observations for the Month of MARCH. From the middle of this month to the end of   April all forest land should be sown with wheat. As the late maize is not ripe enough to gather in March, some fanners sow their wheat among the (landing maize : this is very bad husbandry, and ruinous to the farmer : it would be much more to his intereft to let his   maize stand until it is ripe ; then clean and     prepare his ground for the next season, and ' only sow such land with-wheat as is ready and well prepared.-Turnips should now be sown for a general crop the first week in this month, siould the weather admit, and they 'wiil be ready to give to the sheep iu the beginning of   May ; one pound of feed is fufficicnt for an acre. During the time of their growth they   will want hoeing twice or three times, to thin them and keep them clean. Turnips should     be sown for a genera...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 March 1807

    SHIP NEWS.   On Friday evening last arrived the Venus colonial vessel from Norfolk Island in 17 days, with between 7 and  8 tons of pork procured there: the Buffalo had not made the Island when she came away. We are sorry to learn from thence that scarcity is now more prevalent than it has been for a length of time past, wheat being at 30s a bushel and maize ?; fresh pork at 6d. per lb. but in very poor condition, and salt pork 1s. The Island had not been refreshed with a single shower for five months prior to the arrival there of the ? vessel; the wheat crop had in consequence been parched and produced but little; and the most unfavourable opinion was entertained of the maize crop now growing was entertained until two days before she sailed, when rains set in which were likely to continue some days longer. This circumstance has very much changed the appearance of the fields, and cheared the farmer, whose labours will not it is much hoped, ...

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

Commissary's Office, March 8 1807. All Debts due to the Crown, on account of   Articles isued from His Majesty's Stores   or otherwise, are required to be discharged within the present Quarter, terminating the 31st instant : In failure whereof I am directed by His Excellency the Governor to adopt measures, which however reluctantly resorted         to, must nevertheless be put in practice against     all who continue to withhold the payment of those Debts. By Command of His Excellence, J. Palmer . Commissary.                   Notice.- TheOwners of Colonial Vessels     are required to make immediate payment       into my hands of all sums they stand indebted   on account of Clearances, Cer...

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

Secretary's Office, March 8, 1807 THE undermentioned person has obtained His Excellency's permission to depart     the Colony, viz.               In the LUCY—Daniel Turres.         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.           NOTICES.                           THE following Persons being about to pro- ceed on a Sealing Voyage in the employ   &...

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Regulations. Respecting the HEAVING DOWN PLACE; Which all S[?]s and VESSELS are to observe [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 March 1807

Regulations Respecting the     HEAVING DOWN PLACE;     Which all SHIPS and Vessels are to observe First. The charges which follow, to be paid     íor heaving down, begin on the day the ship hauls along side the wharf, and ends on       the day the hauls off. Secondly. All ships and vessels are to pay 7 1/2d. a day if having the use of blocks and sails from Government Stores, for two days ; and 2d. per ton per day for the remaining days of heaving down.     Thirdly. Ships and Vessels that have the use of blocks only are to pay 6d. per ton per day for two days ; and 2d. per ton per day for the   remainder. Fourthly. Ships and Vessels that have not the use of blocks or falls to pay 41/2d. per ton per   day for two days; and 2d. per ton per day     for the remainder.   Fifthly. If a...

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

General Orders, No Ship or Vessel, Colonial or otherwise when coming laden to this Country from England or the Fisheries in these Seas is to proceed to any other Harbour to discharge but this of Port Jackson, where making a clear and faithful Entry of the goods that are on board if she is desirous of proceeding to any of the Out-ports a regular Clearance will   be granted accordingly: - A breach of this   Order shall subject the said Ships or Vessels to seizure and condemnation on such a breach of     this Order being proved before a Bench of Magistrates.               Ships or Vessels coming from England through necessity touching at the Derwent, Port Dalrymple, or Norfolk island are not   meant to be subject to this order.   Neither are Colonial Vessels when by stress of weather forced into these Out-ports being   then in their colonial pursuits. By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec. Govt. House, Sydney. Feb 28, 1807.

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

V Commissary's Offíice, March 8, 1807. Debts due to the Crown, on account of Articles issued from His Majesty's Stores or otherwise, are required to be discharged within the present Quarter, terminating the   31st. instant : in failure whereof I am directed by his Excellency the Governor to adopt measures, which however reluctantly resorted to, must nevertheless be put in practice aganinst all who continue to withhold the payment of those Debsts. By Command of His Excellency,   J, Palmer, Commissary.     Notice.- The Owners of Colonial Vessels     are required to make immediate payment         into my hands of sums to stand indebted     on account of Clearances, Certificates, and other Port Fees, up to the 31st day of Decem-         ber last; in failure whereof legal measures of...

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SYDNEY. Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week— JOHN HARRIS, Esq, A [?] of bread the same as last week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 March 1807

SYDNEY           Sitting Magistrate for the ensuing Week- JOHN HARRIS Esq,             A ???? of bread the sme as last week.     On Sunday last arrived from England the   ship Dart, Captain Smith, with a handsome investment, consisting of bale and other goods,   which could not fail of finding a ready mar- ket- This vessel sailed from the Downs the 10th of November, and did not touch any where on her passage. She brings no Ietters but nevertheless a few London papers of late date are received, one of which, of the 29th of October, contains a very interesting account of a battle between the Prussian and French armies on the 14th of the same month near Jena. The Emperor of the French and the King of Prussia commanded their forces in   person throughout the whole of the action, whi...

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

Secretary's Office, March 14, 1807. The undermentioned persons have obtained His Excellency's permission to depart     the Colony, viz.     In the LUCY---John Brown.   In the DART Wm. K?m?er Nathan Na??ar Rob Sheringham       John Montay George Paper John Hoppoe In the ENDEAVOUR       Wm. Sawers John Wibrow Edward Beckford Thomas Holford Thomas Sumberland       In the Marcia       Paul Dirk William Maurice In the Santa Anna   Edmund Hill William Wright, All claims or demands on the above named persons are to be forthwith presented in Wri- ting at this Office. By Command of His Excellency,   E. GRIFFIN, Sec.       a Strayed Mare having three months past   been found on the premises of J.Har...

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

General Orders. --------------------   WHEREAS Mr. William Sutton; one of the Superintendants of this Colony, and Storekeeper at the Coal River, has behaved in a disorderly and improper manner to Charles Throsby, Esq. Commandant at that place ; he is hereby dissmissed from his Office, and Mr. John Tucker appointed in his place. By Command of His Excellency, E. Griffin, Sec   Govt. House, Sydney, March 13, 1806 General order issued Nov 13, 1806, but omitted to be inserted.         No person is to be discharged or entered on the victualling book without the Go-   vernor's order, unless those who may be sentenced by a bench of magistrates, and a     principal Magistrate giving authority so to do. The following order was given to the Com- missary on the 8th instant, respecting the   issue of provisoins from the store at Parra- matta. - The troops to be served...

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

General Orders. It being directed that no person of this Co- lony is to be at liberty to proceed in any ship whatever, and land in India to settle there, or remain in that Territory without the ex- press approbation of the East India Directors or Governor General ; no person is therefore   to expect such indulgence but by such legal means : And no ship whatever is to take Men to any part thereof, but such as may be neces- sary to the conducting her thither, and ap- proved of by the Governor of this Colony, to whom application must be made in due time,     and bond given, that those Men shall not be landed to quit the ship without the consent of the Governor of that part of India which she   may arrive at.—On a disobedience of this Or- der the bond is to be in full force and effect ;   and the same is to be understood with respect to all passengers whatever ; the Master of the ship in which they depart from this Colony ...

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

'is be h OLD h JUCjIO$f^~~ JE Y MR. BEVAW, -,~^«a. 'At {his Koure \n Rig i^f-hect^ cyi Ttjefd-py next the i^fn in Lnt,~ ateten prccTifèîy* ^I^slins, ^pa^ned "bird- box^-r^w, .t-r*, .;*.'?* bowrie ftends, íi<asi 1 a»" lè\*f tw1crr¿', : fifh{íauce,'fiíiLÜis, ca^snters, and iione.iiS ada' tools» ¿ni1, vrritil^ ripper. . - jj r j ^ h hfih* - 2 T*1 ubi? A'iooie,t tuifreyw.uy nd"«t, Jjt»If old, ne\Ay broke ¿n, ifceVw»»n- ¥fce, «jj^fêtaO* fvvet ,«, ¿u¿n ¿or a rStffc ^ ^p^w^ " ni »y h.n'cv-î&f se mVnlhi. tmht'o iu4ff roTétl i,.,c >"&, a*cafipí-)grpyCc)diPS/{í?shli-;\í . fa fe to riîà jt dr^v. V *-> s VJÍ* í <? SA^ -J ' -^ --- -*- j ('ps«; «ppderco,. í»'.ci.vc , th¿ /¿rCaró»«! wi icto-söfö *heyi£ m' Sójcaht >í«j,hV ¡<*v, ;tfo.v 27I**~ r whom particulars i/^to be known. » rJ "he whole of tffHj Kouifeo'ld furmriy-jfrnry alfo be parCrnLd, a1», $e p'iopiictoi d\íí¡* is ûnitlv tr> $¿v#tr-e cY>4o -»y.* » V < ^i Ï &l...

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Funeral of Mr. FOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 March 1807

Funeral of Mr. Fox, On the 10th of October last the Remains of this great * * S £3 te fir Jil- were de or ii ed in Weiïjnmftir A\ by, tiî ail the fdlemn.pcm^ ifeat crcjawfuj dig« rit'/ fef, cV« tJee?fiontoould h¿ve cennnd^d. ,. - The^f. el-ít np_wh"ca prev^.ltd rmoügH^st .Che wnoîa tAîJefRî.ijSytJwaj ídi«hn«*?Ctjá in every c-^çte-, _-,. .u. íí._ ..í.^.. .«/.»' ._'. .*j.\i 'i.... A. .> *¿d koticuf to i:s cio;cs and, have ,cor rtnov i-'e/rs «.»bïa'.ned, a eteidei prtícieí.es^ iii the eífornátion oh |<ú'Ci.nfttt'ien*s' .«.»*? f r ,. r< ¿ Hissait e2r'íi'v rcfidïfrc" wrs in thz enable Y¿.*¿t-. frnßf'wa&ic.e^the pro£c.f£(ïfî'rn--v, d at "fudf 1j?a|t ¡C'^o ¿ni theJ,afnVrRoa i.-and a't^f-.Wf rv. «u;d, tr^^bbe,/,, bríp Trajtjfçj^ of that grcaj^ N t i ;ti,il Rcpbfitory. "71 cere is ¿or, pcrl^aps^/in'all the ever 'vailing;' íStuÍi»^* íleríous occurrcncc-s of dur' exi!ter¡o¡y.am'* ''ípceticjej fo/off ¿ling to r.U minds us the"Jan^ral pomjvofa great-and diunguifh...

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ADDKE.S TO HIS EXCELLENCY. From the Principal [?]. "Hank [?] Feb [?] 1807. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 March 1807

ADDRESS TO HIS EXCELLENCY. From the Principal SETTLERS of HAWKESBURY. " Hawkesbury, Feb. 15, 1807 " May it please Your Excellency,"                    " We the Holders of Landed Estates, Public Officers, and the Principal Inhabitants of the extensive           Settlements of Hawkesbury, Portland, Richmond, and Nepean and parts adjacent in New South       Wales, --Beg leave to return our sincere thanks for your wise and unwearied Solicitude over the future welfare at all times, in your   lied, and important station, over such extensive      Colonies, now rising again from this colonisation with     happiness and opulance, under a just, equitable, and  gracious Government; which we impfvlTed with     the thronged desire to support with our lives, as also a bounden duty in all loyal Subjects, have willingly, according to Your EXCELLENCY's Order, enrolled our names for the defence of the     Country, in which ...

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