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FIG-TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 December 1803

FIG-TREES           A small insect which at this time infects   the Orchard, tho' its depredations are, it is supposed, confined principally to the fig-tree should be carefully and constantly guarded against by every one that wishes to preserve     his fruit, or takes any delight in the appear- ance of his garden during the season designed by nature for vegetation and verdure.--- They at first appear, as the engendering of   filth, in small dirty spots, without any shew of of life or motion, being, as a judicious gar- dener of Sydney with much appearance of probability imagines, the spawn of a small brown or black beetle, that lodges through choice upon the leaves of these trees; but in     the course of a few hours they shew symptoms   of animation, and quickly become maggots of a middling size, ugly in appearance, and of a disagreeable colour. These feed upon the young fruit, which they destroy with in- credible quic...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 December 1803

  SYDNEY.                       On Monday last Orders were issued by   His EXCELLENCY for the Arms intended         for the Associations to be immediately put into complete repair. During a thunder-storm at the latter end of   last week, as Edward Quin was in the act of   pouring a little oil from a full half-gallon   bottle on to a Hone near a window, the bot-   tle was struck by the lightning, supposed to be attracted by a pair of razors that lay close to it, and knocked to pieces, some of which were driven with prodigious force against him and cut his hands in several places. - The accident, however alarming for the mo- ment, terminated rather ludicrously than se-   riously, as the oil contained in the bottle burst directly upon him, and...

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INFORMATION SELECTED FROM THE LATEST ENGLISH PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 December 1803

INFORMATION               SELECTED FROM THE LATEST ENGLISH PAPERS                   A Letter from Dover in the month of Fe- bruary last to a Gentleman in London, men- tions. the Passengers newly arrived from   Paris represent the ravages of an Epidemic Fever then prevalent in that Capital, and which was supposed to have been imported   from St. Domingo, to be truly serious and for-   midable, as not less than 9000 persons had     fallen victims to it in the short space of one   month: " It generally proved fatal in three   days from its commencement, as is the course of the Yellow Fever." The Morning Post of the 31st of December     last contains an Account of the Death of Vice Admiral Sir WILLIAM PARKER, Bart whose   name upon the Page of History will ...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 December 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. " SIR, " Aware that the private concerns of Men are not generally calculated to be pressed   upon the Public through the channel of a   Newspaper, yet, when inferences are to be drawn that promise a salutary operation upon     the mind, & deviation from this principle may     reasonably be admitted ; and, as the subse- quent matter happens to be of this description I trust someone or other will benefit from its   appearance.   "A very simple Acquaintance of mine   some time since became possessed of a Farm     which his circumstances not admitting of his immediately proceeding to cultivate, be ta- citly formed a resolution to lay by, until his finances should become in some degree equal to the talk. Meanwhile prudently considering, that the Title Deeds might be more secure in the hands of another than in his own pos- session proceeded, under this fatal persua- sion, to the ...

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

  SHIP NEWS. Yesterday morning arrived the Ship BET- SEY, Capt EASTWICK, in two months from       Madras, with a valuable Cargo, expressed per   Advertisement, and 13 Leaguers of Columbo Arrack; together with 5 pipes of Madeira   Wine. The Snow Harrington, that left this in June arrived at Madras in October, two days before the Betsey sailed - Capt. Campbell had either seen or heard of His Majesty's Ship Buffalo being at Amboyna, but no notice is taken of the time. The Mahratta War continues. - No later Europe News had arrived at Madras before the Betsey sailed than that of the Declaration of War: In consequence of which, several French Merchant-ships had been taken; and     the French Naval Force lately arrived for se-       cecuring possession of Pondicherry, had nearly   fallen into Admiral RAINIER's hand, but for     the French having the intelligence by a Cor- vette two days before the Admiral, or Go- &nbs...

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

Postscript. Yesterday Afternoon, after the First Page     of this Paper went to Press. His EXCELLENCY was pleased to issue the following General Orders. THE Commander of the Betsey, from   Madras being allowed to dispose of     his Investment of Spirits, amounting to about 1950 Gallons, at Eight Shillings per Gallon, exclusive of the Duty, the GOVER- NOR. has directed the following Distribution to be made viz. For Government 300 Gallons To Officers Civil and Military 14. gal. each   To Licensed People 14 gallons each And to Settlers and others to whom the GO- VERNOR may judge proper to give Permits,     about 600 gallons. By Command of His EXCELLENCY, W. N. CHAPMAN, Sec.- Government House, Sydney, Dec. 24, 1803.

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of December, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing winds & weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the     Month of December, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing Winds & weather                 THERMOMETER WINDS W E A T H E R     Morn   Noon Night 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11   12   13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21   22 24 26 27 28   29 30 29 29 29 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 30 29 30 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 29 29 30 30 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 65 64 5 49 88 75 75 77 75 28 75 4 90 73 76 89 74 50 49 89 73 16 53 81 79 74 92 1 77 77 72 71 76 86 93 79 69 65 69 76 76 81 76 67 68 73 77 80 84 75 70 75 84 70 81 82 67 62 66 30 30 15 45 22 00 30 00 45 45 45 30 co 22 7 37 00 30 7 00 00 7 52 37 15 15 45 15 45 w w E by N N E N E E N W N E S S NE N E N by E N W   N S S E N E N E S S E S E N N E SE S E N W FAIR dITTO dit...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

---------------------------     NOTICE, A LL Persons are hereby Strictly Cautioned   against Cutting Timber of any descrip-   tion (for Government Purposes only except- ed) or in anywise Trespassing with Stock, or making Roads or Paths on the Farm and Premises of WILLIAM MORGAN,   Which Farm is situate in the District of   Concord. Also. ALL Persons are likewise strictly cautioned     Against cutting Timber of any descrip- tion (for Government Purposes only except- ed) or in any wise trespassing with Stock   or making Roads or Paths on the Farm and Premises of the said WILLIAM MORGAN, Which Farm is nearly adjacent to the above mentioned Grounds, being only separated by       a small strip of Government Land, and in the District of Concord.   Trespassers after this Pubic Notice will he Prosecuted with the utmost severity of the La...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

  HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. Monday--35 m paft 12 an noon   Tuefday- -1 in the morning 25 m paft 1 in the afternoon. Wednefd-- 50 m paft 1 in the morning 15 m paft. 2 in the afternoon   Thurfda---50 m paft: 2 in the morning 5 m paft 3 in the afternoon Friday --30 m paft 3 in the morning 55 m paft 3 in the afternoon Saturday---20 m paft 4 in the morning 45 m paft 4 in the afternoon Sunday----10 m paft 5 in the morning 35.m paft, 5 in the evening. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-           MENTS RECEIVED BY HOWE    

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

SHIP NEWS. Arrived on Monday the John Chace, with Skins and Oil, from Bass's Straits. Sails this day the Nancy, A. Thompson owner, for the Southward, with Dispatches on board for Lieut. Governor COLLINS from HIS EXCELLENCY.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

SYDNEY. His MAJESTY has been most graciously pleased to present to the Colony a superb Service of Communion Plate, arrived by the Calcutta, upon which the following   Inscription is engraved, viz. This Service of Communion Plate was     presented by His Majesty King George the Third, for the use of the Chapel at His Majesty's Settlement at Sydney in New South Wales, 1803 " To that Royal Donation is added Tablets   of the Lords Prayer, Belief, and The Com-   mandments.   On Christmas Eve James Underwood to- gether with his wife and infant child, met with an accident from a horse taking fright in a gig at the Big Hill near Toon-gabbe, which had nearly been attended with fatal consequences. Losing the bit the animal     plunged and broke one of the Shafts, when the three persons were thrown out in dif- ferent directions. The other shaft remaining sound, confined the horse to a circular run, in the course of w...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

Commmissary's Office, DEC. 31st, 1803. IN consequence of my INSTRUCTIONS from My LORDS COMMISSIONERS of His MAJESTY'S TREASURY, dated 1st Novem-   ber 1798, and His EXCELLENCY the GO- VERNOR's Orders to me of this date, I do hereby give NOTICE, that I shall be ready to receive sealed Tenders from every Culti- vator, of the quantity of Wheat they can spare to the Public Stores, and to express the Price they offer it at, when a preference will be given to those who may tender it at the lowest Price. Payment for which will be made in DOLLARS, as far as the 7500 now in the Store will go. All Tenders to be given in on or before the 31st of January next, to be laid before His EXCELLENCY, and those making the Tenders to deliver them to me, or appear with them personally at Government House     on that day. By Command of His EXCELLENCY,   J. PALMER, Commissary To be LET or SOLD, And entered on at Pleasure A VALUABLE FARM, containing Two Hundred and Ten Acres on Grant from &...

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His Majesty's MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES of PARLIAMENT, ON TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1802[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

His Majesty's MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO BOTH HOUSES of PARLIAMENT, ON TUESDAY, NOV, 23, 1802. My Lords and Gentlemen,   It is highly gratifying to Me to resort to     your Advice and Assistance after the Opportu-    nity which has been recently afforded of col-   lecting the sense of My People.   The internal Prosperity of the Country has   realized Our most sanguine Hopes. We have     experienced the Bounty of Divine Providence   in the Produce of an abundant Harvest : The   state of the Manufactures, Commerce, and Re- venue of My United Kingdom is flourishing   beyond example; and the Loyalty and Attach- ment which are manifested to My Person and     Government afford the strongest indications of   the just sense that is entertained of the nume-     rous Blessings enjoyed under the Protection of       Our happy Constitution.   In My Intercourse with Foreign Powers I   have been actuated by a sincere Disposition for   the Maintenance of Peace : ...

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HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS PARDON, granted to Thos. Blackett, Kobert Alcock, and Edward Cox, ALIAS Bird. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

HIS MAJESTY'S MOST GRACIOUS PAR- DON, granted to Thos. Blackett, Robert Al- cock, and Edward Cox, ALIAS Bird. GEORGE R.   WHEREAS Thomas Blackett, Robert Al- cock, and Edward Cox alias Bird, were at a Court of Criminal Judicature held at Sydney in Our Territory of New South Wales, on the 9th day of December, 1801, tried and convicted of Murder, and had Sentence of Death passed upon     them for the same ; WE in consideration of some     favorable Circumstances humbly represented unto     Us in their behalf, are Graciously pleased to ex-         tend Our Grace and Mercy unto them, and to grant them our PARDON for their said Crime, on Condition of their being kept to hard labour respectively for Three Years, and at the Expira- tion of such period, to continue to reside for the Term of their respective natural lives in the said Colony of New South Wales, or some one or   other of the Islands dependent thereon ; Our Will and Pleasure therefore is, that You give the necessar...

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PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency PHILIP GID[?]EY KING, Esq. Capta[?]n General and Gov[?]rn[?] in Chief in and over His Majesty's Territory of New Sourh Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

    PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esq. Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Terri-   tory of New South Wales and its De- pendencies, &c. &c &c. WHEREAS the Commissary was directed by Warrant from My Lords Commis-       sioners of His Majesty's Treasury, dated   November 1st 1798, "that whenever it is ne-     " cessary and that he receives orders from the " Governor to make any purchase, that he do pub- " lish his intention of receiving Tenders, which " Tenders when received are to be laid before " the Governor before the Purchases are made "       And Whereas on my taking the Command, the Price then given by Government was 10s. per Bushel for wheat, and 5s. for maize, which price was by my Instructions reduced to 3s. per bushel for wheat and 4s. per bushel for maize,   as stated in the General Orders of October 17th,   1800 ; and from the Settlers losses by th...

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Bench of Magistrates. TUESDAY, DEC. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

Bench of Magistrates.       TUESDAY, DEC. 27. William Templeton stood positively charged with gross and scandalous behaviour towards an Infant 7 years old : but as from her Age her Testimony before a Court of Criminal Jurisdiction was inadmissible, and strong pre- sumptive proof had already been established of the Prisoner's guilt, the Bench considered it a duty incumbent upon them to take cog- nizance of, and award such Punishment for the Offence, as upon a clear and impartial Investigation it should be found to deserve. Several Witnesses were accordingly exa-   mined, whose Evidence was too strongly cir- cumstantial to admit of doubt in favour of the Prisoner ; and was corroborated upon the clearest grounds by the artless declaration of the Child herself, supported by the opinion of a Medical Gentleman. After the Evidence was finished, and the Prisoner, in his Defence, had barely declared himself innocent of the Crime laid to his charge, the ...

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LETTERS With the following Directions, are in the hands of Serjeans Richardson, and will be delivered when applied for by the Parties: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

LETTERS With the following Directions, are in the hands of Serjeant Richardson, and will be     delivered when applied for by the Parties:   Matt. John Gibbons ; James Cleaver ; Joseph Court ; Michael Hancy ; Nathan Wright ; W. Tyrrel ; T. Ragley ; W. Smith ; John Kenny; Catharine Leaky ; Sarah Bird ; and Eleanor Estment.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 January 1804

                        SHIP NEWS.     On Monday arrived His Majesty's Ship Calcutta, D. WOODRIFFE, Esq. Commander, from Port Philip, from whence she sailed the 18th instant, leaving the Ocean and the Francis schooner, the former of which reached that Port in bad repair the 11th, and the latter on the 13th. When the Calcutta sailed the Lady Nelson had not arrived; but on   the 21st Capt. Woodriffe passed her near to   Kent's Group, being from stress of weather obliged to put in to refit: And as soon as   the Francis is repaired, we learn, it is the intention of Lieutenant-Governor COLLINS to   send her out upon survey to Port Dalrymple. On Monday also arrived the Schooner   Governor King, Messrs. Kable and Underwood     owners, from King's Island, with 37 Tons of   Oil, and about 700 Skins. In his way hither Mr. Moody, Master of ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

NOW on SALE   At the House of Serjt. Packer, OF Pitt's Row, Sydney, At Reasonable and Reduced Prices,   THE Undermentioned handsome Assortment of GOODS newly Arrived, viz. GOOD Green Tea 6s. to 8s. per lb. Fine Souchong ditto at 5s per do Sugar 9d. per lb Salt Butter at 3s. per lb EIl wide Punjums 2s. 6d. per yard   Very fine white Shirting 4s per yard Strip'd and other Cotton Shirts, town made from 6s, to 12s. each Very fine striped Shirting Parempoes 36s to 50s each Brown Gurrahs 1s 6d per yard       Blue Gurrahs 2s to 2s 6d per ditto Bandana and fancy Pocket Handkerchiefs India Prints 2s. per yard   Fine and superfine do 2s 6d to 4s par do Blue and other Ginghams 2s per yard Chintzes 5s to 6s per do Calicoes, yard-wide, 2s. per do Superfine British Dimity 6s per do Ladies Necklaces A Pair of elegant Drops set in Topaz A Pair of ditto Coral Pendants A Pair of fancy ditto plain Gold Gentlemen...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

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

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