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

ROLLA's INVESTMENT.   THE REMAINDDR of the INVEST-     MENT imported by the ROLLA, Captain CUMMINGS,   Was last Week Removed to the Wharehouse of     Mr. SIMEON LORD where the Articles continue on Sale at the moderate Prices which   have been hitherto demanded.       Among the residue of the Investment are Jackets and Trowsers   Fine and coarse Shirts   Some stout Checque   Shirting and Sheeting Men's Hats Tapes and Bobbings       Haberdashery of all kinds     Gentlemen's Gloves Men and Women's Cotton Hose Knives and Forks Hardware and Cutlery   Carpenters' Tools And various other Articles. NOTICE. WILLIAM BAKER resident on the Farm     known by the name of Mr. GRIMES'S Farm, at Hawkesbury, feels it a duty incum- bent on him to request that Persons who may   have business to tra...

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 — 24 July 1803

To be Sold by Auction By SIMEON LORD, At his Warehouse in Sydney, on Monday     Next (TO-MORROW), at Ten in the   Morning Necessarily postponed from Saturday the   l6th instant     Two Capital FARMS, situate near to South head and formerly known by the     Name of LAYCOCKS's and CARDEL's Farms ; the former containing nearly 100 acres, most       of which has been in cultivation; the latter     30 Acres, of which one is clear.   ALSO.   A Range of Houses, Situate near to Mr. JAMISON's ; occupying a Lease of Ground, 6 Years of which are       unexpired, and formerly occupied by Elizabeth   Raferety, but now Let to Tenants at Will. The whole of the Premises may be viewed and Particulars known at the time of Sale.     To be Sold by Auction By SIMEON LORD, At his warehouse in Sydney,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

NOTICES. There being a greater Quantity of Spirits arising from the Duties appropriated to the Orphan Fund than will be immediately wanted, the COMMITTEE have Resolved, That a Part thereof should be Disposed of to the Licensed People who may   be inclined to Purchase, at Fifteen Shillings per Gallon. Wheat Receipts, good Bills, or Copper Coin will be received in Payment previous to De- livery ; and such Licensed Persons as may       wish to become Purchasers will give their   Names in to me, and specify the Quantity they wish to have, on Monday the 1st of August,   before 9 in the Morning.   By Order of the COMMITTE, D. D. MANN, Clerk. ------------------------------------------------------ PERSONS holding any NOTES (not on Printed Checks) signed M. ROBINSON     are desired to present them to the Judge Ad   vocate's Office, that they may be checked, exchan...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

DIED             Suddenly on Sunday morning last, Mrs. Bowman, wife of Wm. Bowman, of Richmond Hill, Settler.

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

General Orders. THE Business before the Civil Court being   concluded, it is dissolved.     By Command of HIS EXCELLENCY W. N. CHAPMAN , Sec.             Government House, Sydney, July 20th, 1803. THE Settlers, and every other Description     of Persons Cultivating or occupying   Grounds either by Grant, Lease, Rental, or   Permission, are to attend, and will be MUS- TERED by the GOVERNOR at the following               Times and Places, Viz. Those in Sydney and its Districts at Go- vernment House, Sydney, on Monday Morn-   ing the 25th Instant, at Eight o'Clock.   Those at Parramatta, and in its Districts,   at Government House there, on Tuesday   next, the 25th instant, at Ei...

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LOSS OF THE SOPHY AND MARY HAW[?]ESBURY BOAT, BELONGING TO T.DARGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

LOSS OF THE SOPHY AND MARY HAWKESBURY BOAT, BELONGING TO T. DARGON The Sophy and Mary left Hawkesbury in company with the William on Wednesday   the 6th Instant, and on Wednesday the 14th got into Cabbage-Tree, where she lay all   night, and put out the next morning. At   about midway between the North Head and the Long Reef, and at about two in the afternoon, she was overtaken by a sudden squall from the Southward when at a con- siderable distance from the shore, and her bowsprit carried away close ; shortly after   which a sea struck her forward, which started some of her butts. This accident rendered the people on board, three in number, almost hopeless of weathering the gale, which still increased upon them. Being an open boat she shipped a great quantity of water, which in addition to what she now made, kept two of the hands constantly baling, to keep her afloat ; as had she gone down they must have taken to a small boat belonging to J. Sparrow, towing astern; the ...

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EXAMINATIONS Before the Magistrates. TUESDAY, JULY 19, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

EXAMINATIONS Before the Magistrates TUESDAY, JULY 19. FORGERIES--Bridget Denny being; in-       terrogated on the subject of a Forged Bill amounting to 5s 8d. which she had paid to Mrs. Miller, denied having any knowledge of of the woman's name from whom she had re-     cieved it : Elizabeth Fielder coming for- ward was positively identified ; and this testi- mony corroborated by Sarah Thomas, who was present at the transaction. It also appeared that Brien Bierne, a shoe- maker, then in custody, was in company with Fielder when she uttered the above bill of 5s. 8s, and another of 7s. 11d. nearly at   the same time. Bierne being called upon to account for the manner in which he had got possession of an other of these bills, drawn for 15s. 2d. and   by him given to Patrick Bannan, it appeared that this note had also come from Fielder ; from whom he obtained it at the house of Thomas Neale, a baker, and immediately af- ter presented i...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

SYDNEY. On Monday last the Civil Court, in the Cause Crossley v. Wentworth and Others, Acquitted Mr. Wentworth, but gave a Ver- dict for the Plaintiff against Mr. Thomas   Smyth, for 10l. Damages, with Costs of Suit. On Monday morning last, the French Brig l'Adele, came into the Cove having before reached no further than Neutral Bay. She   is a small but handsome vessel of about 110 Tons burthen.   In last week's Ship News we reported that the French ship Naturaliste performed the Passage from Bass's Strait to the Isle of   France in 85 days This was an error in the   statement for which we beg leave to apolo- gize, that passage being made in 45 days only. On Monday evening last, between five and six o'clock, a small house at the up- per end of Chapel Row, was entered at the back window, through which three trunks   were taken away ; but an alarm being very shortly afterwards given, the Chief Constable posted watchmen ...

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To the Printer of the Sydn[?] Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. "SIR,           I have frequently endeavoured to trace to   its origin the custom of placing Signs over the doors of houses, but have only been able     generally to conclude, that they were at first   intended as marks whereby one profession might be the more readily distinguished from   another. Many years ago it was general through- out London, and indeed in all parts of Eng-   land, for shop-keepers to rear the appropri-   ate standard of their trades, in the choice of which two members of the same profession sel-         dom differed, and as seldom failed, in seasons         of festivity from being productive of merri-   ment by the mischievous in exchanging of     their Signs. Hence it was, that in the morning after the Epiphany, persons have frequently   strol...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. Monday.--12 at noon Tuesday. -25 m past 12 in the morning 50 m. past 12 at noon   Wednes. - - - 15m. past 1 in the morning   40 m. past 1 at noon   Thursday.-5 m. past 2 in the morning 30 m past 2 in the afternoon Friday. - 50 m. past 2 in the morning 20 m. past 3 in the afternoon Saturday.-45 m. past 3 in the morning   10 m. past 4 in the afternoon Sunday.- 35 m past 4 in the morning 5 in the evening HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED IN SYDNEY; and ADVER- TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 July 1803

          SHIP NEWS. Remain His Majesty's Ship Porpoise,   Armed Tender Lady Nelson, the Cumberland     and Frances, newly returned from     Hunter's River; the Bridgewater dropped     down, the Cato, Rolla, Alexandria and         Albion whalers; and Brigs Nautilus and   l'Adele. His EXCELLENCY having signified His   approbation to the Inhabitants of Chapel       Row, respecting a plan entered into by them for watching that street, and protecting their     property from the depredation of nocturnal     robbers; We understand a Watchhouse is to     be immediately erected for that purpose,   which we hope will induce the Inhabitants of other streets to follow the like laudable example.   The body of the Marine who unfortunately   fell overboard from His M...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

SPANISH PAPER.   ANY QUANTITY of the above PAPER will be treated for by G. HOWE, at   the Lower End of Pitt's Row, by whom so   small a Complement as a single Ream will be purchased.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

NOTICE     THE Distribution of the SUGAR imported by the French Brig l'Adele will be made in the following Days, and in the proportions herein specified, viz.   To Officers Civil and Military 50lbs, each, to be issued on Monday next, the 1st of   August. To Superintendants, and Serjeants of the New South Wales Corps who have made Application, 20lbs. each, on Tuesday the 2nd August;          And on Wednesday the Whole Remainder will be equally divided among such other inhabitants whose Names are included in the List of Applicants. The Shares are to be paid for on Delive- ry ; and Cash, or such Bills only as will be consolidated at the End of the present Quar- ter, will be received in Payment. A part of the Wines and Spirits being   landed, such proportions as His EXCEL- LENCY may be pleased to grant Permits or     will be issued - - - Persons holding Permits to make such Payments as above-state...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

------------------------------------------------------------           -----------------------------------------------------------         NOTICE. THERE being a greater Quantity of SPI-   RITS arising from the Duties appopria-   ted to the ORPHAN FUND than will be immediately wanted, the COMMITTEE have RESOLVED, That Part thereof should be       Disposed of to the Licensed people who may     be inclined to Purchase, at Fifteen shilling   per Gallon.     Wheat receipts, good Bills, or Copper Coin     will be received in Payment: Previous to De-     livery ; and such Licensed Persons as may         wish to become Purchasers will give their ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 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 this Quarter for 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 completed with :- - - At PARRAMATTA, on Monday and Tues-             day the 1st and 2d. of August.   At HAWKESBURY, on Monday and Tues-     day the 29th and 30th August   Those individuals who are indebted to     Goverment, and who now possess orders   for articles, will make t...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; and ADVER- TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.        

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

General Orders. WHEAT in Payment for Government Debts contracted prior to the Order of the 7th   Instant, will continue to be received at Par- ramatta and the Hawkesbury. By Command of His EXCELLENCY W. M. CHAPMAN, Sec. Government House, Sydney,   July 26th, 1803. The Governor having permitted the     Master of the l'Adele to dispose of the Spirits   has bought here for sale. Permits for the   distribution of it will be given on Monday next, viz. To the GOVERNOR, and Officers Civil and   Military, 38 Gallons each To the Superintendants 20 Gallons each   To the Licensed people 36 Gallons each and the Remainder to be distributed to such persons to whom the GOVERNOR may     judge proper to grant Permits. By Command of His EXCELLENCY W.N. CHAPMAN Sec.           Government House. Sydney.       July 27, 1803.   ---------------------   ...

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SCARLET FEVERS. From a London Pa[?]er we copy the following short article verba[?]m, viz. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

SCARLET FEVERS.   From a London Paper we copy the following   short article verbatim, viz   Dr. Thornton, from his great skill in bo- tany, has happily discovered a Specific in     Scarlet Fevers, in the Tincture of Foxglove,   twenty-five drops of which are to be given       every three hours, day and night ; by which simple remedy he lately saved the lives of       seventeen children of the St Pancras Female             Charity School, all of whom had ulcerated     throats, and other signs of that fatal dis-         ease.                        

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S Y DNE Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

S Y D N E Y. Accounts from the Hawkesbury state that   Five Prisoners have inconsiderately broke from Government Labour, and taken to the woods, some of whom are suppose to be armed. The Ruffians by whom the infamouf Out- rage was committed in the dwelling of Rich. Phelps, at Hawkesbury, used the same pre- cautions to conceal their faces that were ta- ken by the Perpetrators of the Felony at the Field of Mars. These wretches, whose black- ened visages bear testimony to the baseness of their hearts, and the determined profligacy   of their inclinations; are become truly dar-     ing and obnoxious confederacy, whose crimes   demand immediate retribution.   HIS EXCELLENCY's Order of July 28,       offers Reward and such other Inducements as will, we trust, lead shortly to a Discovery       and bring to apprehenfion the parties con-   cerned. Experience must convince the most   inexor...

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FOR THE SYDNEY GAZETTE. PRECEPT AND EXAMPLE WHEN THEY'RE JOIN'D, REF[?]NE THE MANNERS AND IMPROVE THE MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 31 July 1803

==================== FOR THE SYDNEY GAZETTE, PRECEPT AND EXAMPLE WHEN THEY'RE JOIN'D,     REFINE THE MANNERS AND IMPROVE THE MIND     As it is more reasonable that a man's worth should be measured on the standard of his     merits than from the length of time he has     lived in the world. so also is it consistent that the progress of an an infant Colony [m?ld] be [netred] by the advances of genius, cultivated and nurtured within itself. The enlarge-       ment of the mind, and improvement of the manners are objects worth our most serious   and unlimited attention, as not only the cre- dit but the prosperity and welfare of posterity   are immediately depending. At present our   prospects, as far as relate to native talent, are limited and unpromising, and if we re- flect at all upon the progress of our youth, it must be to regret that in too many in- stances the season of improvement has been   suffered to...

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