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

NOTICE. ALL PERSONS having any CLAIMS   DEMANDS upon Mr. WENTWORTH     are requested to send in the same on or before   the 16th Instant ; and all Persons indebted to   Mr. WENTWORTH, or to Mr. Wm. BAL- MAIN, are desired to settle their Accounts on or before the above period, Parramatta, Jan. 6, 1804.   TO BE SOLD By Private Contract, And Immediate possession had, NEAT. Eligible, and Commodious   DWELLING-HOUSE, substantially and   handsomely built, well shingled and glazed throughout, good Kitchen detached, and lately called or know by the sign of the GREEN GATE, undeniably situate near the Hospital wharf ; the Property and in the immediate   Occupation of EDWARD WILLS,   Of whom Particulars may be known.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

TO BE SOLD By Private Contract, And Entered on at Pleasure, AN Eligible, Capital, and very Commodious   DWELLING HOUSE, well shingled & glazed throughout, containing four spacious     Rooms, with detached Kitchen and Wash house, large Garden capable of an abundant   supply for a large Family, with some choice Fruit-trees ; a capital Well constantly su- plied with good Water between the Dwelling- house and Kitchen ; good Stock and Poultry Yards fenced in ; eligibly and undeniably situate for Business of Residence in the most desirable part of part of PITT'S ROW The property and former Residence of   Serjeant GUISE, of the New South Wales Corps.   The whole of the Premises are in thorough Repair, and may be viewed upon Application   to Mr. Thos. Whittle, Serjeant, of whom Par-   ticulars may be had.     N.B. Some useful Furniture may be also &am...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------           General Orders.     PERSONS of every description having Con-   victs off the Stores who they wish to retain, are to conform to the Terms of the following Indenture, by appearing with their   Servants at the Secretary's Office at Sydney;   at the Court House at Parramatta; and at   the Magistrate's at the Green Hills, Hawkes- bury, on Monday the 16th Instant, at Ten o'Clock, to sign the Indentures. Settlers and Cultivators wanting to take Convicts off the Stores, are to give their Names in, with those of the Convicts they   want, stating where they are at work, on Friday Morning, the 13th Instant, at the above Places. Such Persons who neglect to appear, now having Prisoners off the Stores, will be deprived of that indulgence in fut...

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EXAMINATIONS B[?]FORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, DEC. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE   LIEUTENANT - GOVERNOR AND MAGIS- TRATES. SATURDAY, DEC. 31,   John Smith, apprehended on suspicion of robbing Elizabeth Crouch, was discharged for want of Evidence to support the charge.   Charles Hill underwent an Examination, charged on suspicion with having upwards of   two years since stolen from George's River,   a soldier's bed and bedding, as also with a similar depredation since then committed at   Prospect Hill,- - From the Circumstances that appeared the prisoner was remanded for fur-     ther examination.    

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FOR THE Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

FOR THE Sydney Gazette.               Every patriotic mind must glow with satis- faction when reflection on the unanimity that   prevails throughout the British Empire, as to the present posture of Public Affairs.   The objects adverted to in HIS MAJES- TY's Most Gracious Speech to Parliament,   contained in last Week's Paper, are spoken of in terms highly gratifying to those who were acquainted with the embarrassments which a short time since pressed equally on all Classes of Individuals ; - - - but these are va- nished, and the internal prosperity of the   Country is such as to have realized every san- guine hope ; and abundant Harvest, and re- turning plenty, had reduced the Necessaries of Life to moderate Prices ; --- The Commerce, Manufactures, and Revenue of United Britain   and Ireland HIS MAJESTY declares to be flourishing beyond example ; and the Loyalty       and Attachm...

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

SYDNEY       On Tuesday last HIS EXCELLENCY gave     an entertainment to the Commander and Of- ficer's of His Majesty's Ship Calcutta, at which a number of the Colonial Officers attend- ed with their Ladies; and in the evening a Ball took place which lasted till a late hour. On Monday last the Civil Court met, when   a number of Writs, Capias's, and Summonses   were issued; as was also the case upon the   two following days, and on Wednesday the   Court adjourned to Wednesday next the 11th Instant, when some of the Writs are return- able. Last Monday and Tuesday, the residue of Spirits brought by the Betsey was issued by Permit granted by HIS EXCELLENCY, prin-         cipally to Settlers. Yesterday sen'night the pupils of Nelson's Academy were by HIS EXCELLENCY or-   dered with their Instructor to attend Go-     vernment House, where he was pleased per-   sonally to e...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette.     " SIR, " Ever disposed to assist the inclination of rendering service to the Inhabitants generally and individually, I cannot help pointing out an object, which, however trivial it may be considered, yet sensibly impresses me as worthy to be noticed ; and this is, the conveniency that would be felt by Passengers, were the owners of boats to raise a Tilt or Awning as a shelter from the scorching heats at this   season generally prevalent. " In those convenient vehicles wherein the Passenger is likely to sit for a considerable       length of time, such an addition would be found essentially beneficial, and justly ......?               the Proprietor to preference, to which a be-   coming solicitude for the health and conve- nience of the Public must strenuously recom-     mend him. " I happened lately to be of such a party, when the Thermometer at 12 o'clock in the shade rose to the height of 103° ; and ...

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

Postscript. We beg leave to rectify an Error in the preceding Page, relative to the Launch of   His Majesty's Colonial Cutter Integrity - - - The Launch is positively intended to take     place on Friday next at 12 o'clock, and not   on Thursday, as stated in the Paragraph to   which we allude.     On Thursday last the Barn of F. Gallachen   of Prospect, accidentally took fire, and was     speedily consumed, together with about 200   bushels of wheat contained in it. No con- jecture can be formed as to the cause of the accident, but it is confidently asserted that no   fire was near the barn shortly prior to its be-   ing consumed.   Yesterday at an Examination before His     Honor the LIEUT. GOVERNOR and MAGIS-               TRATES a Seizure was enquired into, made by Joseph Druce, a Constable, in the house of Jane ...

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THE WIT AND THE PARROT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

          THE WIT AND THE PARROT. Quoth a WIT, ' pretty Parrot you chatter by rote, 'And the dull patient dotard that taught you 'His penny took pains to convert to a groat,   ' nd fleec'd the mere nincum that bought you.' 'In all things we differ,' the parrot return'd,   ' Except in our talent of preaching, 'We parrots converse not until we are   learn'd, 'You wits prate for want of good teaching,'   Yesterday Wm. Adams was punished with 25 lashes, in front of Provision Store, for   going on board His Majesty's Ship Calcutta without a Pass.     SYDNEY WHARF. - Yesterday morning came in the usual number of boats from Kissing     Point, with a capital supply of poultry, many bags of potatoes, and some vegetables, which sold dearer than usual; potatoes the   day throughout 6s. per 100 lbs and poultry in general sold a ...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. (For the ensuing Week.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. (For the ensuing Week.) Monday--35 m past 5 in the morning 6 in the evening Tuesday -25 m past 6 in the morning 50 m past 6 in the evening Wednesd-15 m past 7 in the morning 40 m past 7 in the evening   Thursday-5 m past 8 in the morning 30 m past 8 at night Friday-- 55m past 8 in the morning   20 m past 9 at night   Saturday-45 m past 9 in the morning 10 m past 10 at night Sunday- 35 m past 10 in the forenoon 11 at night    

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 January 1804

SHIP NEWS.   On Friday arrived the Ship Union, Capt. PENDLETON, from New York, but last from Bass's Straits, whither she went to frieght in Skins and Oil, and has procured between 5 and 6000 of the former. She left New York the 10th of October last, and wintered at   Kangaroo Island, where she staid upwards of four months, during which interval Capt. Pendleton set about and built a small vessel,   30 tons burthen, named the Independence, now at Kangaroo Island, whither he intends shortly to sail, having touched at this Port   only to refresh. Sailed yesterday for the Southward, the Governor King, Kable and Underwood. BOATS. - Sailed for Hawkesbury on Thursday the Improvement. The Trimmer of 20 tons, E. Smith owner, ready to launch at Cockle Bay.

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

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

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

SELLING CHEAP At tbe House of SERJEANT PACKER     PITT'S ROW         GOOD Green Tea 6s. to 8s.per lb. Fine Souchong ditto 5s per ditto Sugar 9d. per lb. and Salt Butter 3s. per ditto Ell-wide punjums 2s.6d. per yard             Long Cloth 3s, 6d. per do. & Nankeens             Ready-made Shirts 5s.6d each to 12s   Very fine white and strp'd Shirting Parempoes 36s. to 50. s. India Prints 2s.pr. yd. Brown Gurrahs 1s.6d. Blue do. 2s. to 8s.       Bandana and fancy Pocket Handkerchiefs Indian Prints fine and superfine 2.6d. to 4s.       Blue and other Ginghams very cheap   Calicoes Yard wide 2s. and Ell- wide 1s.6d.     C...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

N O T I C E ALL Persons having any CLAIMS or   DEMANDS upon   MR. WENTWORTH Are requested to send in the same on or be- fore the 16th Instant ; and all Persons indebt- ed to Mr. WENTWORTH , or to Mr. Wm. BALMAIN, are desired to settle their Accounts on or before the above period.         Parramatta, Jan, 6, 1804.                                       At the House of J. Driver, in Chapel Row At the Usual Low Prices         THE following capital and extensive Assort-               ment of approved Articles   &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

  Secretary's Office. JAN. 15. ALL Persons having any CLAIM or DE- MANDS on FRANCIS STEPHENS or JOS. TUSO, now about to leave the Colony, are directed to bring them to me immediately at this Office. DD. MANN, Clerk       NOTICE THE TRUSTEES appointed for the Ma-   nagement of Mr. Cox's affairs request a GENERAL MEETING of ALL his CRE- DITORS on the 24th Current, at the House   of DAVID BEVAN, At One o'clock, to consider of the Necessity of Electing another Trustee in the Absence of   Mr. WENTWORTH to the 19th of March     next, when the Deed of Trust execute by the   Creditors in favour of the present Trustees will expire. Sydney, ROB. CAMPBELL, Treasurer.     Jan 11, 1804. LOST, On Saturday the 7th Inst.   A WRITTEN PROMISSORY NOTE, drawn by H. Kable in favor of J. Mur- rell, for the Sum of 6l. 1s. 3d.-halfpenny. Wh...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

ACCIDENTS. On Friday the 6th instant, an Inspection was held on the body of Ann May, wife of Law- rence May of Hawkesbury, who died sud - denly and, as the Coroner's Verdict declared from excessive drinking. She has left two children, both of whom are infants. A re- port highly prejudicial to her husband had     been industriously circulated throughout Syd - ney on Sunday last and the preceding even -   ing, relative to the circumstances of the a-     bove death, which was said to have been oc- casioned by violence on his part; but on the contrary it appeared, that the poor woman had not received any blow whatever, nor did any mark of violence appear on the body ex-   cept a small incision on the upper lip, sup-     posed to proceed from an accidental fall.   On Sunday last two stacks of Wheat be- longing to Perkins a Settler at Hawkes- bury were totally consumed, hav...

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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

                  Postscript.     The trial of Richard Grimshaw, for the   Murder of his infant Daughter, upon which charge he was acquitted, we postpone for want of room.               The Civil Court on Wednesday last ad- journed it proceedings to the 1st of Febru- ary, and Notice was given that Writs and Capias's would then be returnable. On Friday Morning His EXCELLENCY   attended, with a number of Officers Civil, Mi-   litary, and Naval the Launch of the Integrity, which is the first vessel ever launched in   the colony (those formerly built having been floated off.) At a quarter past 9 the tide           answering, the props were struck, and she     darted into the bosom...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY. Monday-35 m past 11 in the forenoon   Tuesday 12 in the morning 25 m past 12 at noon Wednes. - - 50 m past 12 in the morning 15 m past 1 in the afternoon Thursd - - 40 m past 1 in the morning 5 m past 2 in the afternoon   Friday --30 m past 2 in the morning Saturday - - 10 m past 3 in the morning 45 m past 3 in the afternoon   Sunday - - 10 m past 4 in the morning 35 m past 4 in the afternoon    

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

General Orders.       THE GOVERNOR having given LIEU- TENANT GOVERNOR FOVEAUX leave               of absence to return to England on his pri-   vate concerns, as well as for the re-establish   ment of his health; and that Officer having         obtained the Commanding Officer of the               New South Wales Corps' permission, as Ma-         -jor of the Regiment,HIS EXCELLENCY has       appointed Lieutenant JOHN HOUSTOUN, of       the Royal Navy, to administer the Govern     ment of Norfolk Island during the Lieu-   tenant-Governor's absence, or until His Maj-             esty's Commands are received thereon; and                      ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

  SYDNEY.         The Water-Mill at Parramatta will shortly be compleated; the wheels are finished, and      the stone-work is in great forwardness. The design of constructing a spacious Granary over it will essentially add to the utility of the valuable undertaking; and, were Sub- scription Mills upon a similar principle con- structed in different parts of the Colony suited to the purpose, not only the individuals imme- diately interested in their success, but society at large would speedily acknowledge the certain benefits arising from the plan, which appears   calculated to promote the most desirable ends;   - the grain, when ground, would be consi- derably less exposed to devastation from the weevil or other destructive insect; the     expence of carriages would be reduced nearly one-fourth; accidents would become less fre-   quent and the Settler's s...

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