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COURT OF Civil Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

COURT OF Civil Jurisdiction.         On Wednesday the Court met and pro- ceeded to try the following Cause, viz.   LORD (as Attorney for J. ARCHER), versus   Mr. FITZGERALD, Superintendant of the   Government Agricultural Concerns of the Colony. This was an Action brought for the recovery of Damage, laid at 330l. which had been     sustained by the Plaintiff in his capacity of     Agent, by two Stacks of Wheat taking fire,         and being totally consumed, owing to the burning of the stubble on the hired Government Grounds at Cornwallis Place, at the direction     of Mr. Fitzgerald, Superintendent. The   stacks consumed were on the borders of a Farm now occupied by Clarke and Pendle,     and were assigned to the Plaintiff as Agent, wherefore the action has been brought. The plaintiff called evidence to...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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MADRAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

MADRAS. =======   From the Madras Government Gazette we select the following interesting particulars re- specting the progress of the British Arms in India. "A Calcutta Gazette Extraordinary of   the 29th of last August states that authentic   Accounts had reached Fort William, of the successful Re-commencement of Operations   against Dowlut Rao Scindiah, by the forces under the command of Gen. WELLESLEY.   On the 8th August the large fortified Per-   tah of Ahmednuggur was carried by Esca-   lade with great gallantry and rapidity. The loss sustained by the British had not officially been announced ; but appeared from private   information to be as follows :   2 Captains, 1 Subaltern, 11 Rank and File killed 1 Subaltern, 1 Serjeant, I Drummer, 30 Rank and File wounded. The Names of the Officers stated to   have been killed in the Assault are, Captains Grant and Humberstone, and Lieut. Anderson of His Majesty's 73rd Reg...

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MADRAS GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 January 1804

MADRAS GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1803. YESTERDAY Letters were received from   the Camp of the Hon. Major-General     Arthur Wellesley, giving an Account of a most   signal and glorious Victory obtained over the   united Forces of Scindeah and the Rajah of         Barar, commanded by the former in person, at         Asseve, on the 23rd ultimo.   The Enemy were completely dispersed, and   upwards of 23,000 men, it is said, were left dead on the field of battle. Ninety pieces   of cannon fell into the hands of our victorious troops, together with the whole of their camp equipage. So great and important a Victory could   not of course have been obtained without   great loss on our part; the names of the Offi-     cers who have fell, covered with honour, in the Cause of their King and Country, are the following:     19th Dragoons - - Killed, Lieut Col. Max- w...

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

SHIP NEWS.     On Sunday arrived His Majesty's Colonial Schooner Francis Mr. Rushworth Master, having left Port Philip the 25th December,   with some Officers sent by Lieutenant   Governor COLLINS to Survey Port Dalrymple. The vessel was in a leaky condition when she sailed; made Kent's Group on the 28th,   and there finding the Lady Nelson, detained by contrary winds, Mr. Simmonds, on the state of the Francis being reported to him, readily assented to proceed to Port Dalrymple, and taking on board the Gentlemen employed on   the Survey, sailed for that place upon the 30th ultimo:- The Francis left Kent's Group on Sunday the 2d of the present month. Between tbe Sister Islands and Kent's Group Mr. Rushworth reports his having perceived a sunk ROCK which has hitherto passed unob- served; the surface of which, at low water,   he conceives to be only about two feet co- vered. When the Francis left Port Phillip the peo- ple were employe...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

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

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

Brig Harrington, From MADRAS. DURING the Time which that Vessel will be under Repair, Mr. TOUGH will open a FEW Articles of her Cargo for SALE, at The house   Formerly occupied by George Crossley;     Consisting chiefly of       PIECE GOODS and SUGAR;   The latter at 8d. per lb. per Bag, each con-   taining about 150 lbs. There are also a few Packages of Europe Goods, as Stationary, Perfumery, Hosiery, Brushes and Combs, &c. &c. which will be         disposed of per Package for Specie, and Paper convertible into Public Bills only. Mr. TOUGH must require, that all Persons standing indebted to him, or are indebted on his account, do render Payment within on Month from this date, it being necessary to close all former Transactions, as preparatory to the Departure of the Harrington, and as a   liberal ter...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

NOW OPEN   To Inspection and Sale at the Manufactory, No. 1, Pitt's Row, Sydney,   EARTHENWARE of ALL KINDS, equal to any Imported Goods whatever.   Cups and Saucers of the very best quality, warranted, at 9d. per cup and saucer     Ditto, equally sound but of inferior quality, from 4d. to 6d. per ditto do Tea and Coffee Sets, Flower Vases, large and       small Mugs and Jugs of different fashiona- ble patterns, Wash hand and other Basons   and every other article of domestic conveni-   ence, at the very lowest prices possible.   Tin Ware of all sorts also very cheap :   And S. Skinner having laid in a Quantity of Tea and Sugar more than he has occasion for,   and not wishing to exact an exorbitant profit on the Retail, will furnish Purchasers at the following Prices : Sugar Eight-pence per lb. Good Green Tea 6s. per...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

SHIP NEWS.           Sailed on Thursday morning for Norfolk  Island the American Ship Union, Capt. Pendleton,     with Lieutenant Governor FOVEAUX.        This vessel exclusive of a quantity of casks, staves, and hoops (to bring the salted Pork   in) and some other Government stores,   received on board an extensive supply of goods, part of the Betsey's investment, for the     accommodation of the island, on Mr. Lord's account, under consignment to his Agent there. Arrived on Tuesday the Endeavour, Mr. Oliphant master, Kable and Underwood       owners, from Bass's Straits with 3300 skins     and a small quantity of oil - out 3 months. She left the Derwent the 18th of November   for New Years Islands, where one of her   hunting party was opposed and severely bitten by a large seal. The Charles of Boston hove to sight ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

               SYDNEY.           HIS EXCELLENCY has been pleased to issue   an Order for Encouraging the Cultivation   of the Cane, and the Manufacture of Sugar       at Norfolk Island. On the West India Plan- tations, good land in a favorable season is estimated to produce from three to four hog-   sheads per Acre; consequently, the portion   of land for the required weight need not be very extensive. Indeed, we sincerely hope that the Sanction and Encouragement held out by Government may stimulate to exer-     tion, and that the successes of the Planter may prove equal to his energy in the   Undertaking. Some days ago a valuable working Bullock the property of B. Jones at Hawkesbury acci-   dently broke a leg; and as killing appeared to be the most permanent mode of CURE, the poor beast was "knocked o'...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

           General Orders. LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR FOVEAUX hav-           ing represented to the GOVERNOR in CHIEF,   that some of the Settlers on Norfolk Island have shewn an Inclination to Manufacture the Sugar-Cane into Sugar,   HIS EXCELLENCY, anxious to give every Encouragement to Promote the Comforts as       well as the Necessaries of Life being pro-     duced within the Territory and its Depen-   dencies; and as the Inhabitants of that Island   have most meritoriously, not only uninter-   ruptedly supported themselves with the Ne-     cessaries of Life drawn from the Produce of   the Island since the Year 1793 but have during the last Year, salted upwards of Thir-     ty Tons of Pork which now lies ready to be     brought to this Settlement---   HIS EXCELLENCYdesires that Lieutenant-   G...

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TRIAL OF RICHARD GRIMSHAW, ON FRIDAY the 13th Instant; Charged with Violendy and Inbumanly Beating his Infant Daughter, Mary Grimshaw, aged seven Years, and there by giving several mortal Bruises, on the 26th day of Sept. 1803, which were the the Cause of her Death upon the 4th day of January, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

  TRIAL OF RICHARD GRIMSHAW, ON FRI-   DAY the 13th Instant;   Charged with Violently and Inhumanly Beat-   ing his Infant Daughter, Mary Grimshaw, aged seven Years, and thereby giving seve-   ral mortal Bruises, on the 26th Day of Sept. 1803, which were the Cause of her   Death upon the 4th day of January 1804. - - - - - - - - - - - Mr. WENTWORTH, then of Parramatta, Surgeon, stated to the Court on Oath, that he had attended the Infant some several days prior to its decease, and that on his first visit he   found the deceased to be labouring under a very violent fever, which he did not then at-     tribute to any particular cause, as the child   made no complaint whatever ; and that he had therefore administered such remedies as were       generally found most useful in such cases ; but       that two days preceding that of its death he had perceived a morbid swelling at the back     of the neck, extending to the left...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE HIS HONOR THE LI[?]UT. GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

        EXAMINATIONS BEFORE HIS HONOR THE LIEUT. GOVERNOR AND       MAGISTRATES,     SATURDAY, JAN. 14, A Complaint was exhibited by Ann Fox against R. Hempton, to whose charge, she had committed some washed linen, upon go- ing from home, until she should return, a part of which, viz. two shirts valued at 16s. had been stolen. Obliquely challenging the prisoner with   the theft, and some circumstances appearing to ground suspicion upon, she had at length openly threatened him with a Complaint to the Magistrates - - from which step he strenu- ously endeavoured to dissuade her, but finding her intent upon putting her threats in execu- tion, the prisoner at length made an overture of six bushels of wheat as a composition, which the complainant refused to accept, and therefore laid a formal complaint before the Court. As from the much more than equivalent tender made by t...

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CAPTAIN R. R..BURGESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

CAPTAIN R. R. BURGESS The Monument dedicated to the Memory   of Captain RICHARD RUNDLE BURGESS,       who bravely lost his Life in the Service of   his Country, is open to public Inspection in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul     This Monument is honorable to the Go- vernment by whom it was erected, as well as to the gallant Officer whose heroism it re-   cords. By so just a tribute to the Defenders of our Country the zeal of Patriotism is in- cited, and the noble mind inspired with gene- rous emulation. The Figure of Captain Burgess, covered in part with a Roman vestment, but seen in all its manly proportion, is admirably formed, and placed in all its characteristic Attitude... He is receiving a sword from Victory, who is supposed to be just alighting to reward a fa- vorite Hero. This Figure is light, elegant,   and interesting. Around Sarcophagus are the symbols of Captivity and Defeat---the...

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THE ANNIVERSARY OF HER MAJESTY'S BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

THE ANNIVERSARY OF HER MAJESTY's BIRTH. On Wednesday last was Celebrated, by the Royal Standard being hoisted: the New   South Wales Corps at noon fired Three Rounds, which were answered from the Bat- tery on Dawes Point; and at One o'Clock a Royal Salute was fired on board His Ma- jesty's Ship Calcutta. At half past One the     Officers, Civil Military, and Naval, waited on his EXCELLENCY, to pay their Compli-         ments on the occasion. At Three o'Clock the Guests invited to Dinner began to assemble; and the Comp-   any consisted of Captain WOODRIFFE and   his Officers; and a number of Officers Civil   and Military, with their Ladies ; - - in all 59 Persons. The afternoon was spent with harmony and conviviality; and at night a Ball took   place, which lasted till a late hour; and   the most lively vivacity prevailed throughout   the Evening. The inhabitants, particularly the children,   attended numer...

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EXAMINATION BEFORE HIS HONOR THE LIEUT[?] GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

EXAMINATION BEFORE       HIS HONOR THE LIEUT. GOVERNOR AND   MAGISTRATES, THURSDAY. Charles Crump, a private soldier, stood   charged upon suspicion with having taken out a bale of dry goods on board the snow   Harrington, several Pieces of India Prints, &c. some of which had been recovered and were produced in evidence. Several depositions were taken ; and the result was, that there appeared to be sufficient grounds of prosecution against the prisoner, who was accordingly discharged from the Corps, and yielded up to the Civil Power.  

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. "SIR,   " It is not by any means my inclination that the following circumstance should be considered as having a general application ; and were I not aware of your extreme for- bearance in publishing names, I should most willingly declare to you that of the subject of this Letter. " Applying on Thursday last at the house   of a licensed dealer who had that day pro-   cured their proportion of spirits from the   Harrington's Investment, to be indulged with a bottle, for which I tendered a dollar in payment, I heard with astonishment that there was no liquor in the house for sale. Request- ing to know the reasons for the denial I met     with, I was in a few words given to under- stand that all they had they intended to keep to 'pay away'- - - a mere subterfuge, which, were it really the case, was by no means sur-   ficient to justify the refusal. " It is my wish therefore, thus publicly to acquaint this particular person, that their no- tions of ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. GUADALOUPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

Miscellaneous Extracts: GUADALOUPE. Letters from Transylvania report the most     melancholy accounts of the damage done by     an Earthquake that happened on the 26th of           October, 1802. In 28 villages in Harum     Szeck, the most beautiful part of the district of Szeckler, a single church steeple was not left         standing. At Galiacz in Moldavia more than         sixty persons were crushed under the ruins of   their houses ; and at Borndcliff the church and       90 houses were thrown down by the violence   of the shocks. A new Regulation is about to take place in   the manner of taking Apprentices in the   Royal Dock Yards, which, if carried into ef- fect, will be highly advantageous to the Ser- vice. In future, instead of Apprentices being taken indiscriminately, they are to be the             sons of Commissioned or Warrant Officers in   ...

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SELECTIONS FROM THE MADRAS GAZETTE OF LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

SELECTIONS FROM THE MADRAS GAZETTE       OF LATEST DATES. We feel great satisfaction in asserting, that every sinew of the British Government will     be firmly braced to humble the spirit of   ambition and encroachment which at pre-   sent actuates the Councils of France. At   the commencement of a former War were   such sanguine hopes entertained of success ; too long had Bonaparte procrastinated the ULTIMATUM, in hopes of favoring the arri-         val of his homeward bound ships, many of         which have long before this found their way in-     to British ports.   Our last Accounts state that Admiral CORN-       WALLIS had sailed, with twelve sail of the   line and five frigates, to blockade Brest.     Lord KEITH commanded in the North Sea. Lord NELSON had sailed for his destination in the Mediterranean with a sufficient force to awe the Enemy in th...

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Port News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

            Port News. Arrived from Hawkesbury -- On Tuesday the Hope, Thompson; and James, Raby:     on Thursday, the Charlotte, Inca; and on Friday the Improvement, an old boat sailed   upon.   Sailed on Friday the John, Chace, for the Southard; Yesterday the Hope, Thompson,     and the Argument, for Hawkesbury; and   this day to sail or the after the William and Miller, newly undergone a thorough repair.

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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 January 1804

      Postscript.       Yesterday morning a Native from Botany   Bay brought an account of a large ship having anchored there: As the wind was fair for her getting into this Port, the reasons for her going   into Botany Bay could be in no other way ac- counted for than the probability of its being some ship with hostile intentions. Every ne-     cessary preparation was made, and the detach- ments at the out-posts ordered to be in readi- ness to march. Major JOHNSTON immediately set off to reconnoitre, and was soon after fol-   lowed by the GOVERNOR, Captain WOOD- RlFFE, and other Officers: On their return   it was found the ship was small, and no ap- pearance of any thing hostile. In the course of the night the GOVERNOR was informed by a Letter from the Master, that she was the ship   Mary of Boston, which she left the 7th of Sep-   tember; is bound to Manilla, and intends   refre...

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