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CAPE of GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 December 1803

CAPE of GOOD HOPE. From a publication of STATE PAPERS relative to this Settlement from the 31st De     cember 1802, to 1st March 1803, we     have selected the following material points of   information, which, from the hitherto uncon firmed accounts of its evacuation, will, we       doubt not, be highly satisfactory to our read ers. The 6th Article of the Treaty of Amiens,   which relates to the cession and future com         merce of the Cape says,     " The Cape of Good Hope remains in full         " Sovereignty to the Batavian Republic as it   " was before the War. The ships of every         " description belonging to the other Contract     &a...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Offences. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 December 1803

Offences. Last week I. Hart was committed to the     Gaol from Hawkesbury for a term of five     months, for assaulting and beating in his own   house, Edward Abbott, a Settler.   Morgan Morgan was committed by the Magistrates at Parramatta, to His Majesty's       Gaol at Sydney, to take his stand before a         Criminal Court, charged on a violent sus- picion of having wantonly killed a young   male colt, the property of Humphrey Thorn. John Fitzgerald received a corporal punish- ment for disobedience of orders; as did         also John Taylor yesterday sen'night, for insolence to a Superintendant.                

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

J. W. LANCASHIRE, HOUSE, SIGN, SHIP, and ORNAMENT PAINTER, RESPECTFULLY acquaints such Gentle-   men as may be pleased to Command his professional Services, that he has just removed           from Chapel Row to No. 1 Back Row, where all Orders will be received, and care- fully complied with, Sydney Dec 17,

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 Minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

Commissary's Office, Dec. 10. 1803   On Wednesday the 21st Inst. at Ten o'clock,   will be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION. A QUANTITY of DAMAGED NAVAL STORES, consisting of Worn Cordage       Blocks &c. which may be viewed in the Dock Yard the day before the Sale : ALSO An Assortment of Staves and Iron Hoops,   loose and in Packs, may be seen at the same time, on board the Investigator and Supply Hulks. Persons wishing to become Purchasers to   lodge sealed Offers of the prices they will give per Ten at this Office, on or before the 20th Instant ; which, if too low, the Staves &c. will be Sold by Auction, imme- diately after the Sale of the Damaged Naval Stores. Payment for all purchases to be made in Wheat, to be lodged in His Majesty's Stores       in March Quarter ; and the Purchasers to give Security to that Effect. By Command of His Excellenc...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

General Orders, ----------------------------------------       SOME unpleasant Complaints having recent- ly been made of the Non-attendance of parti- cular Individuals to the General Order of the 14th of October, 1802, HIS EXCELLENCY is     reduced to the necessity of repeating that ne- cessary Order, and insisting on its being strict- ly enforced, viz. " If any person whatever is detected in " throwing any Filth into the Stream of " Fresh Water, cleaning Fish, Washing, erect- " ing Pig-styes near it, or taking Water up " but at the Tanks, on Conviction before a " Magistrate their Houses will be taken down " and forfeit, 5l for each Offence to the Or-   " phan Fund ; and if a Prisoner, on or off " the Store, they will be punished by Impri- " sonment and Hard Labour for Twelve " Months--- Every Person, Civil or Military, " and all others, are required to deal and detect "and bring forward all Offenders agai...

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For the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

For the Sydney Gazette. At a period pregnant with event as is the   present when weeping Commerce and the clash of arms proclaim Bellona's triumph, let us not insensible of the blessings of tran- quillity, reflect with gratitude on the unin-   terrupted state of quiet and security that has hitherto marked our rising progress.     Presuming tho' a comparison may appear between a Colony but sixteen years emerged   from its concealment and any other country distinguishable by its affluence, power, and population, yet when the enjoyment of tran- quillity, as the greatest blessing of humanity becomes the only object of comparison, then   may the rude inhabitants of a trackless desart claim the privilege of competition, and assert their own pre-eminence: and so certainly   may we. without incurring the epithet of va-   nity or presumption, congratulate ourselves upon the inestimable blessings of security, which during a long and ruthless...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney   Gazette, Through the Channel of your useful Pub-     lication I wish to recommend an easy, cheap, but efficacious tho' vulgar Application in all   cases of violent Burns or Scalds, instances of the fatality of which have too frequently appeared :---   Take any quantity of Cow Dung, and with warm water bring it to the consistency of a soft poultice ; if the injury be exten- sive or has penetrated deeply and thereby     destroyed much of the soft parts, let slips of   lint or soft linen be moistened with cold drawn Linseed or Sweet Oil, Hogs Lard, or Fresh Butter ; apply this to the affected part and cover the dressings with the above poul- tice as warm as new milk, in such a quantity as to retain warmth and moisture. When   the parts become painful repeat the applica- tion as often as occasion may require, and however this may be despised by persons in   a more elevated sphere, yet whoever may   choose to give it a...

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To the Printer. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

To the Printer, SIR,   Having lately taken an excursion up the South Creek, Hawkesbury, I was a good   deal surprised to find the Navigation of this Branch of the River rendered impracticable   by the different Settlers falling the Trees     growing on its Banks into the water. At   first on seeing such vast quantities of dead   Timber and Rubbish in the River, I had well     concluded that for want of sufficient water   it never was in any period navigable such that this was the reason why the timbers were       fallen into it; but on better observation I           found that there was a sufficient depth of   water to ply the largest Boats we have at present employed in bringing round Grain from Hawkesbury to Sydney. In fact, when I beheld the large fields of Wheat and Bar- ley growing in this part of the Settlement, and estimated the heavy expence and labour attending its Land Carriage to market, (for   ...

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

  SYDNEY.   At the Sales by Auction last Wednes- day and Thursday the articles went off well, a number of bidders being present. India Prints sold at 12s. some of the damaged ditto but slightly, from 8s. to 10s. 6d. Pieces of Brown Dungaree 12s. to 13s.   Blue Gurrah's 1l. 17s. 6d, to 2l. Punjums, few of which were damaged, and those slight-   ly, from 3l. to 4l. 5s. differing according to the number; and Baffies in tolerable con- dition, from 19s. to 1l. 4s. Some few days since a considerable quan- tity of Wheat and Barley was destroyed by fire on the Farm of I. Groner, of Hawkes- bury, Settler. A stubble field adjoining the stack-yard had been burnt off, and from this source the accident must in all probability have originated, the damage sustained from which, we are informed, amounts to 500 bu- shels of Grain. The reports generally made of the har- vest must be acceptable to the public mind after so terrible a prospect as presented itself   ...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIE[?]TENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT - GOVERNOR AND    MAGIS- TRATES. SATURDAY, Margaret Poore was examined on an in-   formation by which she stood charged with   having contrary to HIS EXCELLENCY'S Or-   der of the 14th October, 1802, washed     a Blanket in the stream of water running in   to the Tanks; and the information being     substantiated, the offender was severely re- primanded from the Bench, who had humane- ly taken into confideration her bodily in- firmity, and therefore thought proper to   discharge her, with a caution against a re-       petition of an offence whereby the health of   the inhabitants at large might have been in-   jured.       John Place, a prisoner who had absconded   from Public Labour, but had last week given     himself up to the custody of the Gaoler at   Sydney, after an absence of a month, was     next bought before the Bench, and...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. For the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. For the ensuing week. Monday --40 m past 12 in the morning 5 m past 1 at noon Tuesday-- 20 m past 1 in the morning 45 m past 1 in the afternoon Wednes.---10 m past 2 in the morning   35 m past 2 in the afternoon Thursd.-3 in the morning 25 m past 3 in the afternoon Friday-50 m past 3 in the morning   15 m past 4 in the afternoon Saturday--40 m past 4 in the morning: 5 m past 5 in the evening Sunday----30 m past 5 in the morning 55 m past 5 in the evening.        

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

PORT NEWS. On Thursday sailed the Marcia and Sur- prise for Bas's Straits; but the latter re- turned the day following into Broken Bay, having met with a very heavy gale shortly after she went out, in which her sails were sent to pieces. She is intended to sail again this day. Came in on Friday the Bee Colonial ves-   sel with lime from Broken Bay, to sail again this morning. Sailed on Wednesday the Charlotte, a new boat, for Hunter's River,   A Criminal Court will assemble on Mon- day next, the 19th Instant, at ten o'Clock for   the trial of such offenders as may be brought before it. And the 2d day of January next, is, we understand, the day determined on for the opening of a Civil Court. A person moving towards the Auction Sale   last Wednesday, was asked from mere motives   of impertinent curiosity, whither his paces were directed ? to which he with composure   replied, that he was going towards Lord's to see how " the Jumboes went off ;" but whe - ther Punjums were...

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GRANARIES. [FROM THE COMPLETE FARMER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 December 1803

-------------------------------------           GRANARIES. [FROM THE COMPLETE FARMER.] " Common Granaries may, with, proper care, be rendered far more useful than they at   present are. The grand caution necessary to this is to guard against the too great humidi-   ity which there always is in places where there are many doors and windows. A too free Access of the external Air is also to be care- fully guarded against ; for this brings in with it the eggs of a vast number of insects, which   prey upon, and destroy the corn. A third   caution is when the corn is the produce of the country where it is preserved, not to fill the place with the crop of one place only, but to mix the harvests of two as different pro- vinces as may be ; thus the contrary qualities of the one will prevent the destruction of the other. These are the three great Rules to prevent the corruption of corn ; but when the mischief is one begun, it wi...

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

    At the Warehouse of S. Lord ( To wholesale and Retail Purchasers),   The Following CAPITAL and EXTEN-   SIVE INVESTMENT, being the Car-   go of the SHIP BETSEY, from MADRAS:   Hyson Tea   Suchong Ditto. Fine Batavian sugar Ditto China ditto Ditto ditto Sugar Candy, first and second quality Madras Long Cloths of various kinds Parumpoes     Chintzes     Cambrick and muslin Handkerchiefs   Pocket handkerchiefs of all kinds Pumjums of different qualities   shoes, shirts and shirting   Gunny bags, and numerous other choice and approved articles.   *** Cash, Government or Paymaster's Bills   to be paid on delivery of the Articles         And liberal Allowance will be made to such as make large Purchases W. STABLER, AT THE &am...

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

Commissary's Office, DEC. 24, 1803.   ALL Public Claims are to he made to me   on or before the 7th of next Month, af- ter which no Public Demand will be attend-     to, that has a reference to any Public   Expence incurred prior to the 1st of Jan-   uary next; nor will Government be re-   sponsible for any Claims not made before   the 7th of January next. The Stores at Hawkesbury, Parramatta, and Sydney, will remain open for the recep-   tion of wheat in Payment of Government Debts, and all Quit Rents on Grants and Leases. By Command of His EXCELLENCY, J. PALMER, Commissary Secretary's Office, Dec. 24, 1803, It is directed that those who have not paid their respective Quit Rents so forthwith   pay the same into the Public Stores in Wheat, to enable the Treasurer of the Or-   phan Fund to apply the produce to the Be- nefit of that Institution...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 December 1803

DIED On Tuesday last, Eleanor, wife of Alexan- der McDonald, who left the Colony in the     Rolla, formerly in charge of the Government Milk-house at Toongabbee. And on Thursday, Mary Wood, wife of   a Settler at Kissing Point.

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

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. For the ensuing Week. Monday--10 m past 6 in the morning 35 m past 6 in the evening Tuesday ----7 in the morning 25 m past 7 in the evening Wednesd.---50 m past 7 in the morning 15 m past 8 at night   Thursday---40 m past 8 in the morning 5 m past 9 at night Friday---- 30 m past 9 in the morning 55 m past 9 at night Saturday-20 m past 10 in the forenoon 45 m past 10 at night   Sunday- -10 m past 11 in the forenoon 35 m past 11 at night. HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 Minutes after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY , AND ADVERTISE-                       MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE .

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 December 1803

TO THE PUBLIC. Custom, whose dictates are arbitrary, ren-   ders the present not only a season of solemnity   and festivity, but also of compliment. For us therefore to withhold the necessary tribute would be highly unbecoming, as conflict- ing breach of duty to a liberal Public. To our Friends at Hawkesbury, Parramat- ta, and those engaged in agricultural pur- suits generally, we sincerely wish that every return of the season may prove an Increase of prosperity, and crowded Barns denote un- ceasing plenty,     To our Friends at Sydney, and all con- cerned in trade, commerce, &c. we heartily wish that their efforts may be attended with success, and that New South Wales may be- nefit from their industry. To the Fair we wifh an increase of Prero- gative, a willing submission to their mild Do- minion, and the unfading Privilege of dispen- sing domestic happiness;   And finally, to the Arms of a Parent Mo- NARCH we echo the universal wishes of in- creasing resplendency ; and tha...

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

Criminal Court, At ten o'clock on Monday last a Crimi- nal Court assembled, and Proceeded to the trial of Morgan Morgan, on a charge of fe- loniously killing and destroying a male Colt valued at 16/. sterling, the property of Hum- phrey Thorn, on the 23rd day of October last. Humphrey Thorn being sworn, deposed, that the foal in question together with a mare, also his property, had frequently gone on to the grounds occupied by the prisoner, in consequence thereof, had often times   secured them in a pound, and had also threat-     ened to kill and deftroy them; that on the 22nd of October, the prisoner had complained to him that his cattle were all night upon     his premises declaring at the same time that     let them be whose they might; he would make them dear horses to somebody; and     that on the following morning the mare and       foal were seen going towards the prisoner's grounds, but after three in the afte...

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