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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 August 1803

PARRAMATTA. On Monday morning last, between seven and eight o'clock, the body of Andrew Ke- nelly, private in the New South Wales Corps, was found suspended and lifeless. The unfortunate man had first attempted to   effect the crime of suicide by stabbing himself twice. He left a Letter for a Comrade in which he declared himself accessory to a   false accusation of the Deputy Commissary's, malversation of the King's Stores, and   implicated John Thorogood, who was con- sequently taken into custody. On Tuesday an examination took place on Thorogood, before the Judge Advocate and several ma-     gistrates, when Charles Cathcart, a private Soldier, declared that he was intimately acquainted with the deceased, and ve- rily believed that the rash and fatal step he had taken proceeded from a mental de- rangement, under which he has every rea- son to suppose he had unfortunately la- boured. James Harris, private Soldier, also gave evidence to the same effect, but nothing then appeared in s...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 21 August 1803

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. Monday - - - 25 m past 11 in the forenoon 50 m, past 11 at night Tuesday- -15 m. past 12 at noon   Wednesd - ---40 m. past 12 in the morning 5 m, past 1 at noon Thursday--30 m. past 1 in the morning   55 m. past 1 at noon   Friday.---20 m. past 2 in the morning 45 m. past 2 in the afternoon Saturday-10 m. past 3 in the morning   35 m, past 3 in the afternoon   Sunday-4 in the morning 25 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 — 21 August 1803

SHIP NEWS     On Monday morning last the French Snow l'Adele went out of the Cove, and after making a pleasant excursion as far as the Heads, returned and came again to an anchor in Neutral Bay, where it is expected she will remain during her stay here. On this oc- casion the GOVERNOR paid a visit to Capt.   COURTANCE on board his vessel. His EX- CELLENCY dined on board, as did also se-   veral Officers of the Colony, and came on   shore in the evening.   Sailed on Sunday last the Brig Nautilus Mr. R. SIMSON Master, to freight in Timber     at Hunter's River for this place. Captain Simson has entrusted the charge of the vessel to his Chief Mate until her return, and is not gone in her himself. Yesterday dropped down His Majesty's       armed tender Lady Nelson, expected to sail this day for the intended Establishment at Van Dieman.     Yesterday the Prisoners ordered thither were embarked; and the Albion Whaler will sa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

Promissory Note Lost. A Few Days previous to Capt. PALMER     of the BRIDGEWATER leaving this       Place, he either Lost or Mislaid a PROMISSORY   NOTE granted by Mr JAMES WILLIAM-   SON to Captain KENT, for the Sum of       57l. 4s. As Payment was immediately stopt, it can be of no Use to any Person ; but should it be offered for Negociation, it is requested in-   formation may be given to Mr. CAMPBELL,   the Attorney of Captain PALMER. Sydney, August 12, 1803. WANTED An Experienced MAN or WOMAN COOK.   Good Wages will be given and if his or her Conduct merits approbation, they may   afterwards accompany the Family to India or England *#* A Free Person will be preferred.--Ap- ply to Mr. CAMPBELL. Sydney, August 27. T. BROUGHTON, Bookbinder and Stationer, Respectfully acquaints Gentlemen,     and the Public in General, that all Or- ders in t...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

  HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week. Monday- 50 m. past 4 in the morning     15 m. past 5 in the evening   Tuesday---4o m. past 5 in the morning     5 m past 6 in the evening Wednesd. - 30 m. past 6 in the morning   55 m. past 6 in the evening       Thursday--2 m. past 7 in the morning   45 m past 7 at night   Friday - 10 m. past 8 in the morning 35 past 8 at night Saturday--9 in the morning   25 m. past 9 at night   Sunday--- 50 m past 9 in the morning       15 m. past 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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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

HEBREW and ITALIAN BOOKS. WANTED to PURCHASE, a HEBREW LEXICON, and an ITALIAN DIC- TIONARY.   A Line addessed to C. D. left with the Printer of this Paper will he duly forwarded   and immediately answered.             Sydney, August 27. BLACKSTONE's COMMENTARIES A Gentleman who had in his Possession   the Third and Fourth Volumes of Black-   stone's Commentaries, would willingly Pur-     chase the First and Second, or part with those he has to complete a Set.   A Line addressed to A. B. left with   Printer of this Paper, will be immediately   forwarded, and punctually answered. Sydney, August 27.   FOUND   Upon some suspicious Persons, supposed to be   Stolen.   TWO White Handkerchiefs, One Checquered pocket ditto,   &...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. TUESDAT,AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGIS-                   TRATES. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23.   Several prisoners appeared, and stood char-   ged with concealing and having in their pos-   session divers articles forcibly taken from the house of Richard Phelps on the 25th July           ultimo; which he on oath identified.   Ann Kenny, in whose dwelling a part of the property produced was found, said it had been brought thither by Catherine M'Laughlane, who occasionally lodged in the house. This the latter did not attempt to deny, but alledged that she had received them in charge from a man with whom she was acquaint- ed. Ann Kenny and Catharine M'Laughlane to be further examined. The following are names of five Pri-   soners who were Examined at Parramatta on Saturday the 28th instant, charged as prin- cipals in the Burgl...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

ACCIDENTS. On Sunday last a fire broke out in the dwelling of Edward Larkham, near Parra- matta, by which the premises were des-   troyed.           On Wednesday the 17th instant, a fire broke out at the house of William Skinner, Settler, at Hawkesbury, by which the whole of the premises were consumed, and most of his property. The same day a good Mare, the property of Edward Powell, Settler, in leaping a fence , stuck on one of the pales, by which accident she died immediately. The above owner from     short time since, purchased her at Sydney   for the sum of 100l.         The General Orders which prohibit the Ration of Prisoners from being purchased,   or in any manner applied to the purpose   of traffic, must be considered both wholesome and necessary. Instances have occurred   wherein this Ordinance has been impacted by persons who were less regardful of the         common good than of turning into im...

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The POET and his LAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

The POET and his LAMP. A Poet, whose fancy work'd only by night, Thrice fail'd in his image, and then blam'd,   the light, Which bounded his noddle's luxuriant scope, And kept him from rivalling Dryden or Pope ;   The taper, incens'd at the gross imputation,   Cried, Sir, I defy your unjust accusation,   And if your disaster requires explaining, My bason wants filling---your noddle wants braining.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

SYDNEY. On Thursday the Government Punt, launched from the Dock Yard on Tuesday the 9th instant, took in 135 casks of Beef and Flour for Parramatta. She before per-     formed a trip, and brought round 15 very large and fine logs. This vessel is admi-   rably constructed for burthen, and carries   more than 40 tons; with a full freight one boat is found sufficient to tow her up or     down, with the assistance of a mast and sail rigged forward in the punt. Her keel, or   flooring, measures 25 feet and a-half, the flashes 36 feet, is 10 feet wide, and 5 in depth. The American Brig, Union, Capt.  Pe- rnatton mentioned in a former Paper to be among the Islands in the Bass's Straits, on a sealing voyage, arrived at New Year's Island   on the 11th of March last, and continued there until the 20th of April, when she sailed for Twenty-day Island. The time of her leaving the Straits we cannot learn. The Governor K...

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ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

ROBBERY. On Thursday night, between the hours of seven and eight, the dwelling-house of M.   Breeze, at the corner of Back Row, was broke into, and robbed of a Desk containing 24l. or thereabouts in cash, viz. 12l. 10s, in Dollars, 3 Guineas, 3 Pieces of Gold, value 2l. each, and some Copper Coin ; as also an Order on Captain Bishop, drawn by Captain Park in favour of Mary Breeze for 20l. and an Agreement for the Purchase of her house. The Robbery was effected by entering the premises at the back during her absence from home: the frame of the door was broke by means of a prise, or purchase ; and although a quantity of wearing apparel and other pro- perty lay open in the bed-room, yet nothing but the desk was taken away. Information being immediately lodged with the Chief Constable, he posted watchmen in the back brush during the greater part of the night ; the vigilance of one of whom, we have too ample reason to conclude, occasioned       &...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday arrived the schooner Governor King, from Bass's Straits, with 63 Butts of oil, nearly one third of which was procured during her stay at King's Island. She per-   formed the trip in seven weeks; reached that     Island in eleven days from Port Jackson, and   sailed again on the 13th of the present month.     In leaving the Island she carried away her rudder-head in a gale of wind; to repair   which she put into Jervoise's Bay, and came out again the day following for this place.     The Governor King left a carpenter with Captain Stuart, of the George, belonging to Mr. Palmer, she having run aground at New   Year's Island, where she arrived on the 1st       of May, but was driven out to sea with the loss of two anchors and a grapnel; on the   30th that vessel returned, and on the 15th of the same month ran a-ground, by a heavy gale; on the 5th and 6th of June, she was con...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

      SHIP NEWS. On Tuesday returned His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson, to refit, her main mast being found so rotten that it was necessary to   replace it with a new one. In one day she   was ready for sea. On Friday arrived the Surprise, Morrell, from Bass's Strait with 2100 skins and 700   Gallons of oil. She left King's Island on   the 12th instant, and fell in with the Good   Intent of Sydney in Two fold Bay. The Surprise sprung her bowsprit and lost an anchor at King's Island, having parted     her cable in the gale in which the schooner     Governor King ( belonging to the same Own-     er) carried away her rudder-head, which is           now repaired, and that vessel expected to sail again for the Straits in the course of the   Week.     During the continuance of the gale the Surprise was driven upwards of 140 miles in     14 hou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 28 August 1803

N O T I C E THE SHIP ROLLA Capt, CUMMINGS,         will be shortly ready for Sea. All Person therefore who have any claim or demand on the Commander of the said         Vessel, are requested to present their accounts       on Monday the 30th instant; and all such     Persons as stand indebted to him are also re-     quested to settle their Accounts within the     Term above specified. Sydney, August 27. TO BE SOLD   By Private Contract, A BOAT of sixteen feet Keel, substan-       tially built and ready to be launched.       Particulars to be known of Mr. Nicholls,     near the Hospital Wharf.     NOTICE.   &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

Notice ALL Persons are hereby CAUTIONED and   Forbidden to CUT TIMBER of any Description (But such as may be required by   Government for Naval Purposes) or in any wise trespassing with stock of any kind, or                         on any other Pretence whatsoever, on the   FARM and Premises the Property or   Lieutenant NICHOLAS BAYLY   Of the New South Wales Corps:         Which Farm is situated on the Right-hand     side of the Road heading to Parramatta, about     five miles from Sydney; bounded by the   Creeks of Long Cove and Iron Cove, and the Road between them.   Trespassers after this Notice, will be pro- secuted as the law directs. Sydney,   September 2, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

NOTICE.   ALL Boats found afloat or on shore in     Cockle-Bay, or Farm Cove, after sun-set   will he seized for the use of the Crown. All Boats are to be moored within the   Hospital Wharf and Hulks. The Constables and district Watchman are     strictly ordered to see this Regulation car-   into effect, after Monday next, the 5th     of September. By Command of His   EXCELLENCY, W. N. CHAPMAN, Sec..               Government House, Sydney,   Aug. 31, 1803. COMMISSARY's OFFICE,         SEPT. 2, 1803. NOTICE is hereby Given, that on SATUR-   DAY the 10th Instant, at Ten o'Clock in the     Forenoon, will be SOLD   By PUBLIC AUCTION In the DO...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

SYDNEY. On Sunday morning last the desk stolen from the house of M. Breeze was found in the brush behind Back Row, about 200 yards dis- tant from the Burglary ; the whole of the money had been taken out, but the other property remained. It was half-concealed in a bush about 300 yards distant from the spot where the murdered body of J. Luker lay, and on the top several small sprinkles of       blood were visible. It was immediately taken before the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,     and after the contents were examined, put in the possession of the Chief Constable ; and on Monday the prisoners confined on suspi- picion underwent an EXAMINATION   BEFORE THE   LIEUTENANT - GOVERNOR AND MAGIS-       TRATES. W. Brown, who had been apprehended on suspicion at Parramatta and brought down on Sunday last, was strictly interrogated, and   denied the charges ; but an intimacy he ac-   knowledged to ha...

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RE-EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. WEDA[?]AY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

RE-EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE   LIEUTENANT- GOVERNOR, AND MAGISTRATES. WEDNESDAY. Richard Jackson made a voluntary de- claration that he was a principal in the Rob-   bery on M Breeze and that Joseph Samuels     and John Russel were his accomplices in the     crime. All this prisoner advanced was ex-     pressly contradictory of what the evidence     for the Crown had declared on oath. Samuels had asserted that Jackson had no concern in     the Robbery, and that Russel went into the   house and brought the box out, whereas from Jackson's confession it appeared, that   he had, with the assistance of Samuels, forced   the door, and had himself taken out the desk ;   he also owned, that a quantity of copper     coin lay buried at a small distance from the       spot on which the murdered body lay, and being sent to point it out, this part of the property was also found. Samuels being next brought before the Bench, and confronted with Jackson's con-...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of August, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing winds and weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of August, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales with the prevailing winds and weather. DAY   Barometer THERMOMETER   29 29 49 71 60 52 SE NE cloudy     fair ditto ditto   ditto cloudy ditto fair ditto   ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto cloudy WEATHER fair ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto   ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto rain fair cloudy fair ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto   ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto rain fair ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto rain

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

            MARRIED On Wednesday last, at St. John's Church, Parramatta, Lawrence Brady, baker, to M. Peat, spinster. She is the first young woman   married from the Orphan House. SYDNEY WHARF.—Yesterday morning                         came in four boats from Kissing Point, with   maize, vegetables, fome bags of potatoes, a   number of pumpkins, and a tolerable sup-   ply of poultry. Maize dull of sale; vegetables   sold cheap; large pumpkins 6s. to 8s. per   dozen; potatoes and poultry nearly as last   week. *** The above articles supplied throughout the week by Mary Miller, near the Wharf, at reasonable Prices.

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