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Trial of Insurgents, &c. MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 March 1803

Trial of Insurgents, &c. MARCH 16. This day the Court assembled at 10 o'clock,   when John Lynch, Thomas Shanks, John Morgan, Laughlan Doyle, Timothy Mala- hoy, John Brown, James Conroy, and Pa- trick Ross, stood indicted for feloniously en- tering the house of Thomas Neal, of Rich- mond Hill, Settler, on the 22d of February last, and taking therefrom one bushel and one   peck of wheat, his property. The evidence for the Crown being called     John Kable deposed, that he was at the   house of Thomas Neale on the 22d of Fe-   bruary ; that about 4 o'clock in the afternoon,     3 men surrounded him as he was going out, one of whom had a musket in his hand and the other a cutlass ; they desred him not to   be discouraged, for that they would not mo- lest him if be made no resistance. Conroy and Lynch he identified to be two of the said three men. They then entered the house, and asked the deponent if he had anything   for them to eat, he gave them a pi...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 March 1803

General Orders. THE GOVERNOR judges it expedient to suspend so much of the General Orders of Dec. 26, 18oo; Jan. 23, Feb. 6 and 19, 1802, as respects Military Persons, beating their servants assigned by Government, being tried by a General Court Martial for that of- fence. But, persons of every description within this Territory, and its Dependencies, can have redress for assaults and every other misdemeanor, by Action or Indictment, be- fore the Civil or Criminal Courts, to which they will in future resort. And it is to be clearly understood, that any person whatever, being proved to have beaten the convicts assigned to them instead of having recourse to the Magistrates, will be deprived of that accommodation in future. By Command of His Excellency W. N. CHAPMAN, Sec. Government House, March 8, 1803.   THE Granaries at Sydney being full, no   more Wheat can be received until further   Orders, except in payment for Goverament Debts, and the Whalers' Investme...

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FROM A LONDON PAPER. HOUSE OF COMMONS. JUNE 11, 1802. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 March 1803

FROM A LONDON PAPER. HOUSE OF COMMONS. JUNE 11, 1802. The House resolved itself into a Committee of Supply upon His Majesty's Message.--   The Chancellor of the Exchequer moved an Annuity of 2000l. to Lord Hutchinson, to   commence from the 2d Sept. 1801.---A-   greed to.   Mr. Vansittart stated the necessity of giv   ing more encouragement to our Fisheries   in consequence of the Dutch encouraging   theirs.---He therefore moved that the duties imposed in the present Session upon the im- portation of Blubber, Train and Fish Oil, should cease; which being agreed to, he     moved that the following duties be substi- tuted in lieu thereof, viz, a duty of 11s. 3d. upon every Ton of Blubber, containing 250   gallons imported into Great Britain; and   16s. 10d. upon every Ton of Train and Fish     Oil of the same quantity....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

To be Sold by Auction, BY S. LORD, On Tuesday next, at 12 o'clock, on the   Premises, in Back Row, behind Barrack Row, Sydney, an eligible and commodious Dwelling House, well watered, shingled, and weather-boarded, formerly occupied by Rose       Reily, and now the property of Charles Fryer. The Premises may be viewed at any time previous to the Sale, and particulars had. SALES     By Private Contract.   FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CREDITORS,   An excellent FARM in the District of PROSPECT, containing 100 acres of Land, 30 of which are cleared, with a good Dwelling House, Barn, &c. &c. the property and   in the immediate occupation of Joshua Peck commonly called or known by the name of PECK'S FARM   The above Premises are well watered and have six Acres of good Corn now standing, which may also be purchased. Particulars and leave to view may be had by application to J. Peck, on the Premises. &am...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

MARRIED On Sunday last, John Kenny, baker, to Eleanor Gallacher, SPINSTER:   DIED On Monday last, an infant child of Thos. Fenwick. On Wednesday last, Elizabeth Davis; she   left one child, an infant. SYDNEY WHARF.—On Saturday morn- ing last came in 4 boats from Kissing Point,   with melons, vegetables, potatoes, and poul-   try—Melons 4s. to 6s. per dozen; potatoes   8s. to 9s. per 100lbs.; poultry as before.

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

General Orders. ---------------- THE Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, have been, pleased to allow Mr. Alt, the Half Pay of his Appointment as Surveyor General of New South Wales, for Life, and have appointed Mr. Charles Grimes to be his successor. Government having sent 30 Puncheons of Brown Stout Porter, and six Pipes of Port Wine, for the use of the Commissioned Of- ficers on this establishment, such as choose   to receive their proportions are to send their names to the Commissary's Office as soon as possible, before next Saturday, that the pro- portions may be made out. Payment to be made in Wheat this Year, or in Wheat Re- ceipts issued during the Current Quarter, or Money previous to the 31st instant.     The Commissary is directed to charge 50 per cent on the prime cost, which makes the   Beer amount to 9l. 9s. a Puncheon; and the   Port Wine to 45I. 15s, 2d per Pipe. The respective Proportions are to be removed   from the Glatton on Sa...

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Extract from the ROYAL Additional Instructions, dated Aug. 20, 1789, respecting the First Detachment of Marines b[?]ing allowed to settle, at the Relief of that Detachment[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

---------------------------         Extract from the Royal Additional Instruc-         tions dated Aug. 20, 1789, respecting the First Detachment of Marines being allowed to settle, at the Relief of that Detachment. "To every Non-commissioned Officer 100   acres, and to every Private Man 50 acres, over and above the quantity directed by Our General Instructions to be granted to such   convicts as may hereafter be emancipated, or       discharged from their servitude ; free of all fees, taxes, quit-rents, and other acknowledg-         ments for the space of ten years; but, after   the expiration of that time, to be liable to an annual quit-rent of one shilling for every 50 acres. " It is Our further Will and Pleasure that you do, upon their discharge, issue to them   out of the p...

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ERRONEOUS STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

ERRONEOUS STATEMENT. In our account of the Execution, contained in the last page of this Paper, we beg leave to apologize to the Public for an erroneous statement of the conduct of the Criminals prior to, and at the awful period of their   Execution. Patrick Gannan it was who be- haved himself with a penitence becoming his situation, but Francis Simpson died truly impenitent and hardened. A species of Wood which had not before been noticed, has recently been discovered about the banks of George's River. It bears a strong resemblance to the Lignum Vitae, used in sheaves and pins for Blocks. Mr. Moore has received His EXCELLENCY'S Instructions to examine it ; when, should it answer the above purposes, a quantity will be sent to England by HIS MAJESTY'S ship Glatton.

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DIRECTIONS for COLLECTING and PRESERVING QUADRUPEDS. [From the [?]ee.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

DIRECTIONS for COLLECTING and PRESERVING QUADRUPEDS. [From the Bee.] Care should be had that they are quite fresh; the larger ones may be skinned, by making one long opening on the breast, and drawing out the body, as in-fleaing a rabbit;   leaving the head, tail, feet, and claws as perfect as possible; strew over the inside of the skin with equal parts of pepper and allum mixed; and taking out the tongue and eyes, fill the mouth and eye-holes with the same;   as also the inside of the skull, first drawing out the brains through the hole at the under part of the head, where it was separated from   the neck: the skin may then either be stuffed     with some some soft material, as moss, cotton, or the like, to a proper size, and sewed up again; or it may be dried without stuffing, in the open air ; and if the fur itself be well wetted with some corrosive sublimate, dis-     solved in water, in the proportion of half an ounce or upwards to a quart...

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HAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

HAGUE. AUGUST 18, 1802 --- The Legislative Body have terminated their extraordinary sittings, and will not meet again before the 15th of October. -- The proposal of Govern- ment for indemnifying the proprietors of the East India Company, by the exclusive pri-   vilege of the Chinese trade, has been reject- ed as contrary to the interest of the State. ---     This affair will be definitively terminated when the Government shall have presented to the Legislative Body its new plan of or-   ganization for the East India trade. Accord-   ing to a new law, a society is to be estab-   lished, which will have the privilege of fish- ing for whales in the neighbourhood of the     Cape of Good Hope, and on the coasts of   Africa, which the Americans and English   have done for some time with great success.   Every inhabitant of this Republic and of the Cape may have a share in this speculation. The ships destined for the fishery must be fit- ted out in this country ; after the term of   two ye...

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NAMBO[?]KG. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

N A M B O U R G.       JULY 30.- A festival, called the Festival of Cherries, to which the people are much   attached, is now celebrating here. In the       year 1432, when the Hussites threatened this city with speedy destruction, a Citizen, named Wolf, proposed to send to those cruel ene-     mies all the children between the the age of     seven and fourteen years, wrapped up in       palls. Their Chief PROCOPIUS RASUS, be-     ing moved by this spectacle, spared the city.     The children returned, holding in their hands     green branches, and shouting out Victory!       As the Hussites had treated them with fruit,         this festival has been celebrated during 300   years, by regaling the children with fruit, and making them walk in procession through    the town. Dancing in the meadows, enter-   tainments under tents, music, and illumina-     tions have broug...

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EXTRACTS FROM LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

EXTRACTS FROM LONDON PAPERS. In the month of August last, one Thomas Proctor, who is upwards of 83 years of age went to a carpenter in Lancaster, and coolly bespoke his coffin, for which, however, he   would not give more than 14s. declaring that he got one made about four years ago, much cheaper; but his brother having since   died, he had given it to him. The coffin was accordingly delivered to the owner, and paid for the next day. This singular cha-   racter, who is possessed of some little pro-   perty, had his will made a few days ago, and would pay only 2s. for it. He has also given one of his deceased wife's printed cot- ton gowns to make into a shroud for him.   DUBLIN, AUGUST 27. On Monday, 23d inst. the foundation stone of the last Lock of the Grand Canal, where   that work unites with the river Shannon, near Banagher, was laid by Richard Griffith, Esq. one of the Directors of that Company. We congratulate our country on the near ap-   proach whic...

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Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

Sydney.     On Saturday last, at an Examination be-       fore the Magistrates, four men who had been     indicted for an assault on S. Limeburner, were again brought up : one was discharged, against whom the evidence did not appear   very strongly to operate, and three others,   Rock, Flynn, and Flannaghan, were sen-   tenced to a corporal punishment, and the   house in which the offence was committed to be razed. From which example it may   be hoped, that such brutal and disgraceful violations of the Peace will in future be avoided.   Ann Jackson, charged with having stolen a gold ring, and other articles, out of the house of Mrs. S. Broadhurst, was ordered to public labour at the Agricultural Settlement of     Castle-Hill. Extraordinary Interposition of Providence. --- On Saturday night last, as several carts were stopping to bait near the First Pond on the Hawkesbury Road, a tree of prodigious     size...

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COMMUNICATION RESPECTING THE BREED OF SHEEP IN THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

COMMUNICATION RESPECTING THE BREED OF SHEEP IN THE COLONY.   CAPTAIN MCARTHUR having requested     the GOVERNOR to send Eight Fleeces, shorn; from among his Sheep, to England, by     His Majesty's Ship Buffalo, for the Inspection and Opinion of Sir JOSEPH BANKS, President       of the Royal Society, an official Answer to which being received by the Glatton, we have great pleasure in being authorised to communicate his Answer.       DESCRIPTION of EIGHT FLEECES of WOOL, presented to HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR KING. No. I. Fleece of a Ewe, imported from the Cape of Good Hope, said to be of the Spa- nish Breed. No. II. Fleece of a Ram of one-year old, bred from No. I. No. III. Fleece of a Ewe bred in the Colo- ny, from No. I. No. IV. Fleece of a Ram of one-year old from No. III.   No. V. Fleece of a Ewe imported from Ire- land. No. VI. Fleece of a Ram of one-year old, bred from No. V. by a Spanish Ram. No. VII. Hair of a Ewe of the Bengal Breed. No. VIII. Fleece ...

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METHOD OF PREPARING A PIECE OF LAND, For the Purpose of forming a Vineyard. [Translated from the French; and concluded from our Paper of March 12.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

METHOD   OF PREPARING A PIECE OF LAND, For the Purpose of forming a Vineyard. [Translated from the French ; and concluded from our Paper of March 12. ] For white wines, different modes are   necessary, tho' the like may be bruised as with the red, which gives it a stronger body, but generally a tart flavour, and causes it to fer- ment in a greater degree, and consequently   more proper for brandy ; but to give the white wine a proper and agreeable flavour the grapes (contrary to the red) are to be left until rotten, and constantly gathered as they become so, which causes them to produce the greater quantity of wine, the whole   mass dissolving the better ; they are put into the wine-press, and all the pulp and liquid particles squeezed out and poured into the tub, without the lees. It must be constantly watched for the beginning, which is govern- ed by the weather, but it is generally effect- ed in 48 hours : should it be drawn off too late it ...

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Execution. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

Execution.   On Tuesday last, the 22d instant, Patrick Gannan, Francis Simpson, and Patrick Macdermot, three of the criminals capitally convicted   on the 16th instant, were taken out of   the gaol between the hours of 8 and 9 in the morning, and committed to the custody of the Provost Martial. They were then put into a boat at the Wharf, and, under a guard   of constables, conveyed to Parramatta, where       they were secured in the watch-house until the following-morning, when the awful sentence   of the Law was to be carried into execution.   At eight o'clock on Wednesday morning the prisoners were again brought out, and, in solemn procession, conducted to Castle-Hill, a distance of about eight miles, whither they arrived at half past ten, attended by the Rev. Mr. Marsden. The fatal tree, which had been purposely erected near to the spot on which they had committed the offence for which they were about to atone, was half- surrou...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. SUNDAY---At 50 m past 11 in the forenoon, 15 m past 12 next morning.   MONDAY---40 m past 12 at noon, 5 m past 1 next morning. TUESDAY---30 m past 1 at noon, 55 m past             1 next morning. WEDNESDAY---20 m past 2 in the afternoon,   45 m past 2 next morning. THURSDAY---10 m past 3 in the afternoon,   35 m past 3 next morning. FRIDAY---At 4 in the afternoon, 25 m past 4 next morning SATURDAY---50 m past 4 in the afternoon,   15 m past 5 next morning. At PARRAMATTA---2 h 15 m aft 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 — 26 March 1803

SHIP NEWS.     Sailed for India on Thursday last, the ship Castle of Good Hope, Mr. A. M'Askill       master.   Sailed on Thursday for Parramatta with provisions, the Frances colonial schooner; on   Friday the Cumberland, ditto, ready to sail for the same place. Remain His Majesty's ships Glatton, Buffalo,   Porpoise, and Cumberland colonial schooners,   Bee sloop (and Armed Tender Lady   Nelson at Lane Cove); the Bridgewater, with Greenwich and Venus Whalers.     Boats. - Came in from Hawkesbury on     Saturday last, the 19th inst. the William and Mary, W. Miller owner, laden with wheat. On Tuesday came in from Hawkesbury the   Raven, Thomas Raby owner, also laden       with wheat; and same day the Hope of       Hawkesbury, A. Thompson owner, with       wheat barley, and oats. And on Thursd...

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RIDDLE ON THE VOWELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 March 1803

RIDDLE ON THE VOWELS. We are little airy creatures, All of diff'rent voice and features: One of us in GLASS is set, One of us you'll find in JET ;   T' other you may see in TIN, And the fourth a BOX within; If the fifth you should pursue, It can never fly from YOU.   The negligence of many persons in suf fering their wells to remain uncovered, is certainly an object worthy of remark. We have already had several instances of children losing their lives from this species of care lessness, which, although too generally pre valent is not the less reprehensible. Those who have children in or about their houses, should certainly stand in need of no remonstrance to remove a danger which might be accomplished at a very inconsidera   ble expence or trouble. Upon questioning a WELL-HOLDER, on the impropriety of let ting an almost unfathomable reservoir re main uncovered, he coolly and collectively answered, that HE had no children to fall into it ; upon ...

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

SALES       By Private Contract.     A LARGE Stone House; situate near the Barracks, 29 feet long, and 14 feet wide.         For Particulars enquire of Corporal Websters, No 2, Webster's-Row, near the Barracks.   A ROOMY and Commodious DWELLING- HOUSE, with an Attic story, Garden-       Ground, and a capital Well, constantly sup- plied with excellent Water, undeniably, situate for Business, on the Rocks, Sydney, the   property and in the immediate occupation of Dennis Connor, of whom Particulars may   be had. The above Premises are well built, capi- tally, shingled and weather-boarded, are in   all respects, well finished, and may be en- tered on by the purchaser at pleasure.   "A Handsome, elegible, and commodious   DWELLING HOUSE, containing three Spa...

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