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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

SYDNEY. On Wednesday evening a boat belonging to Fox, a Miller, was seized in Cockle Bay, for being there contrary to General Orders. And on the same evening the Government large Cutter was seized FOR THE USE OF THE CROWN, at Farm Cove on a similar breach. On Wednesday Lawrence Houlden, Tho- mas M'Laughlane, and Mary M'Lane, were brought in fully committed from Hawkes- bury, for Burglary and Robbery. On Sunday last an Officer observed a dog coursing his deer in an inclosure, and ordered the animal to be driven out, but as the cur was staunch this appeared no easy task : A musquet being called for instantly put a pe- riod to the SPORT. Summoned by a whis-     tle from behind the fence, where his master had concealed himself, probably to enjoy the   CHACE, the creature with difficulty squeezed   through a small aperture, from which cir- cumstance it was imagined he had been at   first lifted over. Next day both master and   dog were recognized, when the master chose rather to sacrific...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTATES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MA-   GISTRATES. SATURDAY Richard Jackson was finally brought be- fore the Bench, when the Judge Advocate reminded him of the critical and awful pre- dicament in which he stood, and observed that the prisoner had at a former examina- tion, and from his subsequent conduct, ap- peared desirous of availing himself of the only possibility that remained to him of fav-   ing himself, and making some amends to so-   ciety and the offended Laws for his past mis- conduct. Samuels at a former Examination   had tendered himself as an Evidence for the Crown, and upon the most indispensible con- ditions that evidence had been received, of   a promise made to him to that effect : It af- terwards turned out, however, that he had     perjured himself in his confession, and con- sequently invalidated his testimony. He then turned to that part of Jackson's own       voluntary confession wh...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For [?] ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For tee ensuing Week. Monday--25 m past 10 in the morning 50 m past 10 at night     Tuesday-- 15 m past 11 in the forenoon     40 m past 11 at dight   Wednesd- 5 m past 12 at noon Thursday-30 m past 12 in the morning     55 m past 12 at noon Friday-20 m past 1 in the morning 45 m past 1 at noon Saturday---10 m past 2 in the morning   35 m past 2 in the afternoon   Sunday -- 3 in the morning 25 m past 3 in the afternoon HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 h 15 m after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; and ADVER-   TISMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

SHIP NEWS.   This day is expected to sail for Wreck Reef, the Rolla, with the Francis and Cumberland Colonial Schooners: On board the     latter Captain FLINDERS revisits the Com-   panions of his Dangers - to relieve them   from a suspense magnified by anxious doubt on his account, and that of their shipmates who accompanied him in the HOPE. Of the above vessels the Francis only will return to Port Jackson, the Rolla, with most of the Porpoise's and Investigator's Crew will proceed to Canton, (to be sent to Eng-   land by the returning [?]) and the  Cumberland through Torres' Strait for England.       This vessel is only 29 Tons burthen; but   being built by Mr. Moore under the direction of Governor HUNTER, at whose departure she was more than half finished, there is no doubt of her continuing as good a sea boat as experience has shewn her to be in very tem-   pestuous weather off Norfolk Island and in Bass's Straits, and in every way equal to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

Commissary's Office, Sept. 24,1803 NOTICE is hereby given, that all ORDERS for different ARTICLES of INVEST-       MENTS signed by His EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR, and countersigned by me, will be complied with at the following Times and Places during the ENSUING QUARTER, and at no other Time. At SYDNEY --- On Monday and Tuesday, the 3d and 4th of October; and on Monday   and Tuesday the 24th and 25th of Octo-   ber. At PARRAMATTA --- On Monday and Tues- day the 10th and 11th of October; and on Monday the 31st of October, and Tuesday the 1st of November. At HAWKESBURY --- On Monday and Tues- day the 17th and 18th of October; and on   Monday and Tuesday the 28th and 29th of November. By Command of His EXCELLENCY, J. PALMER, Commissary Farm, Boat, and Timber For Sale. To be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT,     an Allotment of Ground desirably situated adjoining Long Cove, known by the Name of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

To be Sold by Auction   BY S. LORD,   On Monday(To-morrow) the 26th of Sep-   tember, on Lieut. Hobby's Farm at the Hawkesbury.   A HERD of GOATS, in number about 200 ; and which, for the convenience of Purchasers, will he put up in small Lots. Persons purchasing will be given Credit until the 1st of February next, on giving ap- proved security, and storeable Wheat at store house price will be taken in payment. NOTICE. SOME VERY FINE NETS, imported in the Nautilus from the Sandwich Islands are now on SALE at Mr. LORD'S Warehouse For Ready-money, at Three Shillings and   Sixpence per Fathom For Sale at S. Lord's [The Property of Messrs. BASS and BISHOP] COME Cherry and Raspberry BRANDY, and Rum SHRUB, in Bottles Five Shil-   lings Each. WANTED AN Experienced MAN or WOMAN COOK Good Wages will be gives, and if his or her Conduit merits approbation, they may afterwards accompany the Family to India or England....

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Criminal Court. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

Criminal Court.         FRIDAY This morning the Court affembled again, (as per adjournment) and proceeded to the Trial of Wm. Bladders alias Embridge, and Ifaac Simmonds, for the wilful Murder of     Jofeph Luker, on the morning of the 26th of August laft.   JOHN HARRIS, Efq gave evidence as a Surgeon refpecting the condition of the body of the deceafed when he saw it, and declared     his opinion that the wounds he received on   the head had occafioned his death. The prifoner Bladders Mr. Harris de-   clared he saw at the Inqueft held on the body, and that marks of blood were vifible on his legs, feet, and hat, as if they iffued from an   artery or vein; thefe appearances he had endeavoured to account for as being pro- duced by fleas; and fcratches, but when Mr. Bloodworth in Mr. Harris's prefence, wiped       off part of the ft...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

  HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the enfuing Week. Monday- 50 m. paft 3 morn. 15 m. paft 4 aft.     Tuef- -40m. paft 4 morn. 5 m. paft 5 evening Wed -30 m paft 5 morn. 55 m paft 5 even. Thurf--20 m paft 6 morn. 45 m paft 6 even.     Fri.- -10 m paft 7 morn. 35 m paft 7 night Sat---8 in the morn 25 m paft 8 at night Sun --50 m paft 8 morn. 15 m paft 9 at night     At PARRAMATTA 2 Hours 15 Minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

Criminal Court. At ten o'clock on Monday laft, the Cri- minal Court assembled for the Trial of pri-     soners for divers felonies; when     James Alder, labourer, was indicted for feloniously stealing from the dwelling house of G. B. Bellasis, Esq. with whom the pri- soner lived as servant, a quantity of Tea,     Wine, and other articles, but as no proof   appeared to substantiate the charge, the prisoner was acquitted.       John Pearson, for entering the dwelling house of George Brown, at the South Creek, Hawkesbury, on the 14th of July last, and   stealing divers articles, and Thomas Thomp- son and Hannah Hawkins, for receiving the said property were put to the Bar and arraigned. Wm. Brady, evidence for the prosecution being duly sworn, deposed, that on the even- ing of the day upon which the felony was committed he went towards the house of Thomson, one of the prisoners at the bar; that he there saw Pearson go from the first   house with a lighted stick in his hand...

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Second Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

Second Day. Mary McLane, for Receiving stolen pro- perty, was sentenced to be transported Fourteen Years to Norfork Island---the said Term to commence from the expiration of her original Sentence. John Lynch, James Tracey, and Brien O'Brien, stood indicted for the Felony com-   mitted in the house of Samuel Phelps, at Hawkesbury, on the evening of the 24th of   July last; and       Samuel Phelps being duly sworn deposed, that about half past 6 o'clock on the aforesaid   evening several men rushed into the house, knocked him down, and bound his hands and feet; they then threw a blanket over him,   demanded his watch, and searched the house, taking away with them a quantity of proper-   ty, part of which, since recovered, was pro- duced in evidence. Elizabeth Phelps next deposed that the per- sons who entered were five in number; cor- roborated her husband's testimony of their   violence toward him, and further stated that they bound her in like manner, and w...

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Third Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

Third Day. Mary M'Carthy, and Ann Sullivan her mother were indicted, the first for stealing sundry articles of value from Henry Brown   Hayes, the latter for receiving the same know- ing them to be stolen. - - Both Guilty - - - Mary McCarthy 7 Years Transportation; Ann Sullivan to to be transported 14 years to Norfolk sfland and to be kept at hard labour until she may be sent hither. Joseph Samuels and John Russell were   arraigned, and both indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Mary Breeze at Sydney, on the evening of the 25th of   August last, and stealing therefrom a writing     desk, in which were contained 50 Dollars, 3   Guineas, 2 Pieces of Gold Coin value 4l. and sundry writings, trinkets, some copper coin, &c. &c. The Indictment being read, Joseph Samuels pleaded Guilty; persisting in which he was   taken from the bar, and the Court then proceeded to the Trial of Russell. Mary Breeze being called and sworn, deposed that at 5 i...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

SHIP NEWS.           On Monday sailed the Alexander, Rhodes;     and on Tuesday sailed for the Relief of the   Officers and Crew of His Majesty's Ship     Porpoise, and of the Cato on Wreck Reef, the Colonial Vessels Cumberland and Frances, and the ship Rolla.  

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 September 1803

SYDNEY. On Wednesday morning a Boat was seized   at the Hospital Wharf for, having, contrary to General Orders, taken in a freight for Parramatta. A strong well-built Sloop, from 35 to 40   tons burthen, belonging to Mr. Andrew Thompson, was on Saturday the 17th instant       launched at the Green Hills, Hawkesbury. Mr. Thompson has another vessel of nearly the same size now on the stacks, which will be shortly ready to launch.  

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 Hours 15 Minutes after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; AND ADVERTIS-         MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

Advertisement. COMPLAINTS having been made by SUB-    SCRIBERS resident in some parts of the District of Hawkesbury of Disappointment   in receiving their Papers in proper time, we beg leave to inform our Readers in that Vicinity that they are now addressed to the Care of Mr. ANDREW THOMPSON, to be left at the Bridge-house, Hawkesbury, Mr.     Thompson having made a voluntary tender of his good offices their delivery.     in future, both to prevent trouble to the Per- son deputed to publish the Papers at the Bridge-house, and disappointment to our   readers, the Name of each Subscriber shall   be written on his Paper, which will be   given to such Persons only as may be pro-   perly authorised to receive them. Mr. Thompson having also kindly undertaken to Collect the Hawkesbury Quarterly Sub- scriptions, all such Payments are requested to be made into his hands. The Papers for Parramatta and Places adja- cent continue ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

Commissary's Office, Sept. 24 1803         NOTICE is hereby given that all ORDERS for different ARTICLES of INVEST- MENT signed by His EXCELLENCY the         GOVERNOR and countersigned by me, will   be complied with at the following Times and Places during the ensuing Quarter, and at no other Times. AT SYDNEY- On Monday and Tuesday     the 3d and 4th of October ; and on Mon-   day and Tuesday the 24th and 25th of Oc- tober. AT PARRAMATTA --- On Monday and     Tuesday the 10th and 11th of October; and on Monday the 31st of October, and   Tuesday the 1st November.     AT HAWKESBURY --- On Monday and Tuesday the 17th and 18th October ; and on Monday and Tuesday the 28th and     29th of November By command His EXCELLENCY   J. PALMER, Commissary. Commissary'...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

---------------------------- English Wherry. TO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, A capital ENGLISH WHERRY, nearly 21 feet Keel and well adapted to the busi- ness of a Passenger Boat; together with Masts Sails, and Oars complete ; in perfect condi- tion, and now lying at the Government Dock- yard, where she may be viewed. Any Person desirous of purchasing may   learn further Particulars by applying to J.   HARRIS, Esq. at Sydney   -----------------------------     B O A T S. P CARROL SIMPSON, and Co. beg leave to inform Gentlemen and others   that they have undertaken to BUILD BOATS of any dimensions, adapted either to pleasure or burthen, Permission being first necessarily had and obtained. Those who may have occasion for their Services are requested to forward their com- mands, which will be complied with in a manner and on terms that must ensure appro- bation.       ---...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

General Orders. LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR           FOVEAUX, with HIS EXCELLENCY's Permission, having left his Government at   Norfolk Island on Leave of Absence, and in consequence of Ill Health, is to receive the Respect due to his Commission as the KING'S     Lieutenant Governor of Norfolk Island. By Command of His EXCELLENCY. W.N. CHAPMAN. SEC.     Government House, Sydney, Sept. 30, 1803.

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, SEPT. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR   AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, SEPT. 24. William Garaty, on charge of stealing   sundry articles of property belonging to T.   Brown, from the house of John Graham at Parramatta, was ordered to labour for the Crown one year. Catharine M'Laughlane, for receiving cer- tain articles, the property of different per- sons, knowing them to have been stolen, was sentenced to receive corporal punish- ment at the cart's tail. Edward Wills, for having incautiously pur- chased seven ounces of silver from a person   who since confessed the same to be stolen,   was ordered to pay a fine of Five Pounds to the Orphan Fund. MARGARET FOGGERTY petitioned that the Court would order Richard Chears, with whom she had lived several years, to allow a maintainance to her child, and make a proper compensation for a house that he had sold, her property, without her consent : He was ordered to provide another house for the   complainant, of equal value to ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 October 1803

SYDNEY. At half past nine on Monday morning, the   New South WALES Corps got under Arms,   and proceeded to the place of execution, to   which Joseph Samuels and James Hardwicke     were brought, in pursuance of the sentence passed upon them on the preceding Fri- day.   Both prisoners conducted themselves with becoming decency ; and when the Reverend Mr. MARSDEN had performed the duties of   his function, and quitted Hardwicke, he   turned to Samuels (who being a Jew, was     prepared by a person of his own profession)     and questioning him on the subject of the murder of Luker, he solemnly declared, that during the interval of his confinement in the cell with Isacc Simmonds, nicknamed Hikey Bull, they in the Hebrew tongue exchanged an oath, by which they bound themselves to       secrecy and silence in whatever they might then disclose. Conjured by that GOD before whom he was shortly to app...

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