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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

General Orders.               General Orders. SEVEN Settlers having been Convicted by the Magistrates, of employing Thomas     Dobson, a Convict at Government Labour,   contrary to the General Orders of the 1st and 2d of October, 1800, and 12th of January.   1802, are sentenced to pay the Fine of Five   Pounds each, which the GOVERNOR has re-   mitted in consequence of the impositions practised by the Prisoner, on condition of each of the Seven Settlers paying Half-a Crown for each Day he worked on their re spective Farms. The Prisoner Dobson is to receive 100 Lashes, and to labour in the Battery-gang at George's Head. It is with great reluctance that Fines of such a nature are levied at all, but more par- ticulaly on the Settlers ; yet when they so   directly disregard an Order given and re-   peated for their general and individual se- curity, it is proper that thos...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

To Correspondents.     To AMICUS we return our most grateful       Acknowledgments ; and respectfully so- licit his further assistance. The Friend to the Cottager is much entitled to our thanks ; and we regret his not hav-   ing entered more minutely into the sub- ject.

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Proclamation, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

Proclamation By His Excellency PHILIP GIDLEY KING ESQUIRE, Captain Ge-     neral and Governor in Chief in   and over His Majesty's Territory   of New South Wales and its De- pendencies, &c. &c &c.   WHEREAS there is great reason to sup- pose some Persons not duly Authorised, do   make a Practice of going to those Parts be-     yond the Nepean, where the Strayed Cattle   Resort for the purpose of Killing them, whereby several are Wounded: --To pre-     vent which, it is hereby Ordered That if any Person whatever frequent the Cow Pas-     tures, or pass the Nepean, without a Permit   Signed by the Governor, stating for what     purpose that Permission is given, He or They     will on Conviction, be put to Hard Labour for Six Months as a Vagrant. And if any   Person whatever, not authorised, shall pre- sume to kill any of the above Black Cattle. Male or Female...

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CIVIL COURT. Lord (as Agent for Mr. Hugh Macken) v. J. Palmer, Esq. (Administrator in the Estate of the late Mr. John Stogdell). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

CIVIL COURT. Lord (as Agent for Mr. Hugh Macken) v.   J. Palmer, Esq. (Administrator in the Estate of the late Mr. John Stogdell). This business, which commenced in the   Month of August last, and has much en-   grossed the attention of the public, was on   Monday the 4th Instant determined by the   Court. The Judge Advocate declared that the Court had seriously considered the whole of   the Evidence that had been adduced on either side ; and, upon such due and mature deliberation had found a verdict in favour     of the Plaintiff, for the full Sum for which   this fuit was instituted.

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Judge Advocate's Office. JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

Judge Advocate's Office. JULY 2 A complaint was exhibited before the Ma- gistrates against Thomas Desmond, for drunkenness and insolence to his master,   and he was in consequence ordered into the Goal Gang. Thomas Wilson a prisoner, convicted of stealing 8s. in money from a fellow-labourer   was also ordered to work in the Gaol-gang.   Jonathan Horrall was returned to the gaol gang. And I. Tate, for having ftolen fome ar-   ticles of wearing apparel from on board the   brig Nautilus, was fentenced to Three Years     Labour for the Crown.

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, MR. PRINTER, I observe in passing to and fro the Coun-   try, how industriously many are employed in building comfortable cottage habitations, and much it is to be regretted, that after     all their labour and pains they are perpe-   tually in danger of taking fire, owing to their chimnies being built with wattles. This mode of building chimnies may pos sibly be attributed to the want of a little regulation in the charges made for bricks, of which there are but few makers, and these, fearless of opposition, make such charges as upon enquiry, must appear exorbitant. Were the prices somewhat more reasona-   ble, the use of bricks would become more   general, and the makers eventually consider a reduction as advantageous to themselves   as beneficial to the public; and the cottager's     family might retire to rest without any ap- prehension of the danger to which the wooden chimney ...

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Observations on Sore Throats. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

Observations on Sore Throats.   As sore throats prevail at present, and as       it may be inconvenient for many of the Colonists to obtain medical advice in due time, as some remedy for this evil, the fol-           following hints are offered.   On the first attack, as soon as any inflam- mation appears, known by a sense of pain         in attempting to swallow; hoarseness, coughs,     and sometimes accompanied with a swelling of the muscles and glands of the neck;               then those symptoms appear, some gentle         pugative ought to be taken immediately,       such as an infusion of Liana and Manna,       or Salts of Manna, applying a piece of       flannel round the throat, which would be       more effectual if rubbed with Volarie,         Hawthorn, &c. or...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

SYDNEY. The following circumstance has very re-   cently occurred, and must at this juncture be considered highly proper to be lain be- fore the Public. A written promissory Note of 1l. 12s. nominal value, was presented by   a child at a house, and exchanged, and some short time after, on the same day, a second   Note was presented by a woman, which ex-   actly corresponded with the first, save only in the amount, this being for 1l. 10s. A suspi-       cion of their validity arising, the bills were   compared, and the fraud discovered. Upon closer inspection they appeared to have both   come from the same hand, though tendered by   different persons. To suffer such flagitious   frauds to pass unnoticed, is no less injurious to Public Justice than inimical to Society ;   and it is much to be lamented, that any indi- vidual should, by persevering in such acts of   atrocity, expose himself to the certain errors that must immediately follow a detection. A new Road has been ...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing week. Monday --- 12 in the morning 20 m. past 12 at noon Tuesday --- 40 m. past 12 in the morning 1 at noon Wednesd --- 20 m. past 1 in the morning 40 m. past 1 at noon Thursday --- 2 in the morning 20 m. past 2 in the afternoon Friday --- 40 m. past 2 in the morning 3 in the afternoon     Saturday --- 20 m. past 3 in the morning 40 m. past 3 in the afternoon Sunday --- 4 in the morning 20 m. past 4 in the afternoon  HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA   2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; and ADVER- TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.      

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

SHIP NEWS.         On Sunday last His Majesty's Ship Porpoise returned, having been out 17 days,   during which she experienced much foul weather, which occasions her return without making the place of her destination. And on the day following returned His     Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nelson, from   the same intended expedition.   The Lady Nelson had not been able to  get further to the Southward than Two-Fold       Bay, where she remained waiting for a change    of wind but on putting to sea she unfortu-       nately carried away the main-keel, without any other apparent cause than the strain on it,   which obliged the Commander to bear up   for this Port. On Wednesday arrive the Albion Whaler, Capt. Buncker, with 65 Tons of Spermaceti and procured mostly off the Eastern Coast of   New Zealand. She left England the 17th of Ju...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 July 1803

SYDNEY.     On the 7th Instant, the Civil Court on the application of J. PALMER Esq. as Admi- nistrator in the Estate of the late Mr. John   Stogdell, allowed the Following Account     viz. " It appearing by the Accounts given in "to the Court that John Stogdell stood in-   "debted to John Palmer, Esq the Admi-   "nistrator, at the time of his death, in the   "sum of 8229l. 1s. 6d.: That the sale of the     "effects of the said John Stogdell amounted   "to 4774l. 2s. 7d. 1-halfpenny; and that     "the said John Palmer has paid 1892l. 1s.   "6d. out of the said sum leaving a balance   " to the said John Palmer Esq. of 6337l. 16s. "11d.     From the Hunter's River we learn, that Duce and Five others by whom Hawkes's boat was     seized and taken away from Kissing Point,     were secured on Saturday the 2d instant. by       Captain Aicken, and the crew of the Frances schooner, under ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

  COMMISSARY'S OFFICE,   July 7, 1803.   NOTICE is hereby given, that Mr. G       BLAXCELL will attend the PUBLIC STORES at the following times and places     during the Quarter, for the Purpose of dis-     posing of the different Articles of Invest-         ments, when all Orders signed by His EX- CELLENCY the GOVERNOR, and Counter-                         signed by me will be complied with:---   At SYDNEY, on Monday and Tuesday the 25th and 26th of July At PARRAMATTA, on Monday and Tues- day the 1st and 2d of August.   At HAWKESBURY, on Monday and Tues-     day the 18th and 19th of July, and on Monday and Tuesday the 29th and 30th of August. Those individuals who are indebted to Government, and who now possess orders   &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

To be Sold by Auction By SIMEON LORD, At His WAREHOUSE in SYDNEY, On Monday the 25th of July, Instant, if not previously disposed of by Private Contract,     The Undermentioned near Articles, which   are of British Manufacture, and in thorough Condition, viz. DOUBLE Chest of Drawers A Set of Mahogany dining Tables A large round Table Six Mahogany Chairs covered with Mohair And Two Elbow ditto to match A Lady's Toilet A Roan Horse And a Piano Forte, which will be fold for Sixty Guineas. The Articles may be viewed by Persons desirous of becoming Purchasers by Private     Contract by applying to the Auctioneer, of   whom further Particulars, may be had. To be Sold by Auction By SIMEON LORD, At his Warehouse in Sydney, on Monday next and Following Day at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, THE RESIDUE of several INVEST     MENTS, viz. Captain Prentice's,   Park's, Stewart's and the Brig Marg...

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FOR THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. 'TIS FOLLY PLAYS THE MASTER O'ER OUR SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

FOR THE   SYDNEY GAZETTE. 'TIS FOLLY PLAYS THE MASTER O'ER.     OUR SENSE. The character of a spy may in most in- stances be considered as unworthy, but though I cordially acquiesce in this general preju- dice, yet I cannot refrain in the present in- stance from taking upon myself the appear- ance, as it may not be to the injury even of those who may be best entitled to my motto. Domestic tranquillity however indispensi- ble an ingredient to human happiness, is yet comparatively enjoyed by few ; but so visible its effects where it actually does exift, that   it should be considered worthy to be emu- lated rather than envied. Family discontent, though nearly the same in its consequences, owes its existence to different causes : extravagance and intem- perance are the foremoft of these, and should     be principally guarded against, as when they     become habitual, depravity erects her stan-     dard in the...

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Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY JULY 9. Thomas Han Pellicon stood charged with   having stolen a number of Carpenter's tools from Underwood's yard, the property of   several workmen ; which being clearly sub-       stantiated, he was ordered a corporal punish-     ment, and to be sent to hard labour at Castle- Hill.     Thomas Higgins, a labourer, on the se- cond complaint of his overseer, for neglect of his Government work, was sentenced to     receive Twenty-five lashes.   And a complaint was exhibited against Andrew Cunningham, a sawyer, for having taken in hand to cut a log of cedar into boards, and afterwards leaving it before it was compleated. It appeared on the accusation that he had cut the principal part of the log, but in so negligent a man- ner as to render the boards unfit for use. He urged in his defence, that a servant of the gentleman by whom this complaint was brought, had assisted him in the performance     of the work, and tha...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

SYDNEY. On Monday last Captain FLINDERS laid down the second sett of Mooring Chains   for the Investigator; they extend across the   Cove in the direction from the Hospital         Wharf to the heaving down place, and to   which are attached small chains for the con-     venience of smaller vessels. The Investiga-   tor took in the bridles at which she will re-     remain as a Hulk. In consequence of the     Porpoise not being found equal to prosecute   the remainder of Capt. FLINDER'S voyage, and wanting greater repairs than can be given in this Country, Captain FLINDERS   with his officers and people return to ENG- LAND in that Ship. The Laday Nelson was hauled on shore at the Dock-yard to repair a part of the   Fore-foot which had been carried away in coming round Bennelong's Point. On Tuesday night last a Marine, named Beach, accidentally fell overboard from the   Investigator, and was unfortunately drowned   before assistance ...

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PASSAGE BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

PASSAGE BOATS.   The regulations lately issued on the Ma- nagement of these vehicles, promise to the Public real utility and accommodation, and to the Proprietors an increased emolument. The first Clause in these Regulations, order- ing "That the Boats may be always kept   tight," tends to the preservation of property   entrusted to them ; and the addition of a pair     of oars to each of the Boats, in case the pas-   sengers may wish to assist in rowing, will at the same time expedite the passage, and ease the labour of the boatmen, who are positively   forbid making unnecessary delays on the way. Another Clause secures to the Licensed Pro-     prietor the sole right to ply between Sydney       and Parramatta, and exacts a Penalty of Two       Pounds to the Orphan Fund, on any one who   shall infringe that right : and the Prices an-   nexed to each article of freight separately authorises the demand, of which the Publ...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the Easuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. Monday---40 m. past 5 in the morning   6 in the evening   Tuesday---20 m. past 6 in the morning   40 m. past 6 in the evening Wednesd---7 in the morning 20 m. past 7 at night Thursday---40 m. past 7 in the morning 8 at night   Friday---20 m. passt 8 in the morning     40 m. past 8 at night   Saturday---9 in the morning 20 m. past 9 at night Sunday---40 m. past 9 in the morning   10 at night HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney.     PRINTED AT SYDNEY; and ADVER- TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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EXAMINATIONS Before the Magistrates. SATURDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

EXAMINATIONS Before the Magistrates. SATURDAY, JULY 25. The attention of the Bench was principally       taken up in a minute Enquiry into the nume- rous petty Forgeries lately poured upon the     Public ; and J. W. Lancashire, on suspicion offering necessary to the uttering several bills,       proved to have been forged, underwent a long     examination ; in the course of which several   of these counterfeit Notes were produced, two       of which, viz. one amounting 5s. 8d. and     another to 7s. 10d. were traced to Elizabeth   Fielder, who had for some time past cohabit-   ed with the prisoner. The largest of the these bills was received by Mrs. Wills in payment from Bridget Denny, who upon oath declared     that Fielder had given it to her. The other     note came through the exact same channel into the hands of Mrs Miller ;...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 July 1803

SHIP NEWS. On Friday arrived from the Isle of France the French Brig l'Adele, M. Renault Courtans Master, after a passage of Forty-two   Days. She came through Bass's Straits and     brings intelligence that the French ship         Naturaliste made the Isle of France in Eighty- five Days from the Straits, with the loss of M. La Pouche, the Mineralogist, who died at       the Isle of France, generally lamented. We also learn that the British Forces eva-   cuated the Cape on the first day of March last,     when the Dutch were put in possession of that Garrison.   The Earl Cornwallis, we are sorry to an-     nounce, was totally lost in Bengal River, but happily the crew was saved. Captain Terrant had quitted the command of the vessel,   in favour of Mr. Brown, the Chief Officer, Mr. Jeffries, the Purser, intends, we are in-   formed, to send two vessels laden from the     Isle of Fr...

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