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PORT NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

  PORT NEWS, Remain, with His Majesty's Ship Calcutta the ship Betsey and brig Harrington. BOATS, - Came in from the Hawkesbury with grain on Wednesday, the William and Mary, Miller; and the Union.   On Monday sailed the Improvement, for         Hunter's River.                   His Majesty's Ship Calcutta has received on board between 4 and 500 pieces of Timber, adapted to the purpose of Ship-building, consisting chiefly of mahogany, stringy bark,   and gums.  

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY FEB. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY FEB. 18.           Andrew Lusk, convicted of aiding and abetting William Johnson, a prisoner, in an   attempt to escape from this Colony, was sen-   tenced to work for Government Twelve Ka-     lendar Months.   Richard Windsor, for having secreted him-     self on board the ship Mary of Boston, was sentenced a corporal punishment.           Cornelius Lyons, Thomas Gorman and   Charles Houlden, for the same offence, were   ordered back to Castle Hill, from whence they had absconded, and there also to receive corporal punishment.   William Allmon and James Dunn, two pri- soners off the Store, convicted upon the same charge, were returned to Government's em-     ploy; but, in consideration of a good ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

SYDNEY.         The evening before the Mary sailed a strict search was made throughout the vessel, and   six persons who had concealed themselves   secured. They were accordingly sent on shore,     and lodged in Custody of the Gaoler.                       Fruit is at this early part of the season in great abundance, though the trees are not in general so heavily laden as in former years.   The prevailing plenty is therefore rather to be attributed to the increased plantation than to the salubrity of the present season. Peaches   are already sold by the hawkers at two-pence   per dozen, and they compliment themselves upon being conscientiously contented with         a moderate profit of only one hundred per cent.     &n...

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Ordinance. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

Ordinance.       In Consequence of the Reduction made in     the Price of WHEAT, His EXCELLENCY,     by and with the Advice of a full Bench of     Magistrates, directs that the following RE- GULATION be made in the Price and Assize of Bread, viz. Two Pounds One Ounce of Bread, made ac- cording to the Ordinance of the 8th of   May, 1801, which directs that 24lbs. of Bran be taken from 100lbs. of Wheat     ground into Meal, for Four-Pence Ster- ling, or Two Pounds and a Half of Wheat. The Courts of Judicature and Magistrates are not to sanction any Suit or Demand from Grinding Wheat into Flour at more than One Shilling a Bushel.   The above Ordinance to be in force from and after the 24th Instant. The New South Wales Corps, under Arms, to attend the Execution of the Prisoner sen- tenced to die by a Criminal Court of Judica- ture, on Monday the 20th Instant,...

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Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

Criminal Court.   On Tuesday morning at ten o'clock the Court assembled, for the Trial of such Offen-   ders as might be brought before it ; when   Mary Turley stood indicted for Wilful and   Corrupt Perjury committed before a Bench of Magistrates holden at, Parramatta upon the             27th day of January last; where and when she had duly made oath and said, that John Sulli- van and Moses Davis, boatman, had in her hearing severally uttered words and epithets that were of a libellous and seditious tendency ;   whereas it had been subsequently made to ap- pear, upon the testimony of other persons who were in the boat at the same time, that no such epithets whatever had been used by either of     the persons accused thereof by the Affidavit of     the Prisoner at the Bar.     Mary Cole and Ann Martin, called for the Prosecution, were in turn examined ; and both   declared that they were in the Parramatta Passage Boat upon the day set forth by the Prisoner...

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SHIPNEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

      SHIP NEWS. On Sunday last sailed the American Ship Mary, Capt. Balch, for Manilla.   And on Tuesday the Schooner Governor             King, Messrs. Kable and Underwood, for           Hunter's River, to take in a freight of Coals   and Cedar for this Place.     During the Governor King's last trip to   the Islands in Bass's Straits, she experienced a     very heavy squall in Seal Bay, King's Island,   nine days after she left this port, in which she     ran amongst a cluster of sunk rocks and car-   ried away part of her gripe. These rocks,   Mr. Moody, master of the above vessel in-   forms us extend from Seal Bay towards Hun- er's Islands nearly 20 miles, and are all in- visible but one, except from the breakers in bad weather. This one, which is nearest to Seal Point, stands ten or twelve feet above the surface of the sea, and answers the pur-   pose of a beacon to those that are unacq...

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HIGH W[?]TER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 February 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY         For the ensuing Week. Monday-- 40 m past 4 in the morning 5 min past 5 in the afternoon Tuesday-- 5 in the morning 35 m past 5 in the afternoon Wednes.-- 15 m past 6 in the morning   45 past 6 in the evening   Thursd.-- 20 m past 7 in the morning 50 m past 7 at night Friday -- 15 m past 8 in the morning 40 m past 8 at night   Saturday---5 m past 9 in the morning   30 m past 9 at night Sunday--55 m past 9 in the morning 20 m past 10 at night

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

HIgH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. 1 hour 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 — 26 February 1804

I do hereby give Notice that all Accounts between me and John Palmer, Esq. my     agent in this Colony being finally cleared up to the 31st of December, 1803, any later     Claim on me will be considered invalid, unless   it is approved by the said John Palmer,     Esq.       Given under my hand this 8th day of   February, 1804.   AUGUSTUS ALT.           The purpose of this Public Notice is   in consequence of several Promissory Notes             given by me before my Agent's arrival in this   Colony, still remaining out from a neglect of   my not making them up.   WHEAT.         GOOD TEA at 7s. 6d. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

    NOTICE, Whereas on the night of the 20th, or early on the Morning of the 21st Inst.   some Person or Persons broke into the Shop of ROWLAND HASSALL at Parramatta, and Stole therefrom the following Articles : 21 Yards of Snuff or Salmon-coloured Kerseymere   11 Yards of Drab ditto 9 and a-half Yards of White ditto 10 Pair of White cotton Hose 1 Piece of Hook-Muslin 22 Yards of Cotton Lining 400 ditto of Ribband of different colors 15 Purple and White Common Cotton Shawls 20 Large Cotton Shawls of different patterns About 24 Barcelona Silk Handkerchiefs Ditto 14. Bird-eye ditto 2 Black Plated Hats 3 White with Green under ditto 5 Diaper Table Cloths 11 ditto Napkins   "Whosoever will give such Information of the above Robbery that the Offender or Of- fenders may be brought to Justice, shall on Conviction receive a Reward of   TEN POUNDS STERLING. Feb. 23, From me, R. HASSALL NOW on SALE, AT THE HOUSE OF ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

  Deserted from His            Majesty's Ship Calcutta, WILLIAM THOMAS EVANS. Quarter gunner, aged Twenty-eight Years           Brown Complexion, Dark Brown Hair, (red) a native of Carmarthan in South Wales JOSHUA GLOVER MAUDE, Able Seaman, aged Twenty Years, five feet seven and a-   half, Yellow Complexion, Light Brown Hair, (also cropt) a native of Monmouth in South   Wales.         NOTICE is hereby given to the Public, particularly of those who are employed in the Whale and Seal Fisheries, not to Employ,     Secrete, or Encourage the aforementioned   deserters, on Penalty of being Prosecuted against The SOLICITOR of the ADMIRALTY,-                         according to Law.             D. WOODRIFF.  ...

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Execution. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

Execution.                   On Monday at ten o'clock the New South Wales Corps were under arms, in order to attend the Execution of the Culprit then under Sen- tence of Condemnation ; and shortly after marched from the Parade towards the place of Atonement Charles Crump, the then unhappy Male- factor, having requested and obtained permis-   sion to walk to the fatal spot was attended by   the Rev. Mr. Marsden and followed by a       number of spectators who had joined the so- lemn procession. When arrived at the place of Execution, the MINISTER in fervent Prayer supplicated the   Throne of Mercy for an extension of Remis- sion and Divine Grace to an unfortunate fel-         low-creature then about to expiate with his life an offence for which the Law required a heavy retribution; at the conclusion of which   he informed the unfortunate man that he was ready to attend...

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Burglary. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

Burglary.   Last Monday night the Warehouse of Mr. R. Hassel at Parramatta, was broke into and robbed of a quantity of property. A Knife- case that had been taken away was next morning found at the back of the premises,   but nothing has yet transpired that can     promise to lead to a detection. The following is an accurate List of the   Articles taken out of Mr. Hassell's shop, and   which we insert in order to put the inhabit- ants throughout the different Settlements up- on their guard, in case any part be offered for sale, viz. 9 Yards of White Kerseymere 20 Yards of Salmon-coloured ditto 11 Yards of Drab ditto 8 or 10 Diaper Table-cloths 8 or 10 ditto Napkins 18 Barcelona Silk Handerchiefs     A number of Cotton Shawls And a quantity of narrow Ribband    

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WILL o'th' W[?]SP and the RUSH LIGHT. Who measures MERIT by external show[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

WILL o'th' WISP and the RUSH LIGHT. Who measures MERIT by external show?     ' Imbecile glimm'rer,' WILL exclaims, ' Contempt shall still reward thy beams ; ' Obsequious to the dotard scribe,   ' One common fate awaits thy tribe ;   ' On wayward chance thy life depends, ' And ev'ry gust thy radiance ends,     ' Whilst unconfin'd and fleeting, I, ' On Pleasures wanton pinions skim the sky!'   ' Skim on, deluder,' cries the RUSH, ' I covet not the fen or brush,   ' But when within a closet pent,     ' Am with my humble station most content : ' For with my aid, the Youth at College ' Sips at the golden fount of Knowledge ;   ' And where I share the Patient's cares, ' My harmless ray Affliction chears ;     ' And tho' diminutive in stature, ' I still participate Man's noble nature --- ' I strive to do what good I can, ' And thence akin to gen'rous Man ! ' Whilst thou ! a vapour SANS utility, ' But prove th' Existence of Nihility * Hence ! seek for PLEASURE---sh...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

S Y D N E Y. A number of Swine has been sent from     Hawkesbury to Castle Hill, that were re-   ceived in payment of Debts due to Govern- ment, at the liberal Price which His EXCEL-   LENCY has been pleased for the present to     receive them at.                           The most essential benefits must accrue to   the Colony from the prodigious preservation of breeding Stock this measure is calculated to promote; and little doubt can exist, that   if individuals were to pay proper attention to an object of so much magnitude to the Colony, their labours would be requited, not     only by an increased income, but by an uni- versal sentiment of approbation from all quar- ters of the Territory, which every well-wisher to its rising progress would most heartily sub-   scribe. The long prevaili...

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New Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

New Bridge, The Stone Work at the New Bridge is nearly finished, and is now only delayed by the want of the necessary assistance in filling up the ends. An Order has been issued to summon the attendance of all those who have not hitherto contributed to its completion. The filling in is all that is requisite to its   becoming passable for Carts and Carriages, and were the Proprietors of all such Vehicles, who may expect to reap lasting advantages from it, at this juncture to contribute the use of their Cattle and Carts, they would be       amply compensated in an immediate and ex-     cellent passage over the central communica-     tion between the opposite sides. If on the other hand, the work should be left to be finished by the labour of a few feeble women, the length of time likely to intervene, will be attended with a portion of inconvenience that must continue to be favorely felt by the   owners of Carriages and Horses. A few days since a temporary residence on the...

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PORT NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

PORT NEWS, On Tuesday came in the John, Mr. Chace master, from the Islands in Bass's Straits, with 7300 skins; spoke the Ocean off Wil-   son's Promontory the 3d instant, on her way   to the Derwent, with His Honor Lieutenant- Governor COLLINS on board, and part of the Establishment from Port Phillip. Same day returned the Marcia, Mr. S. Lord owner, also from the Straits;     And on Wednesday came in from Hunter's River, from hence nine days, the schooner Governor King, Messrs. Kable and Under- wood Owners, with 6 ton of Coal, and 64   fine Logs of Cedar.         During the last Week an Issue of Slops was made, in conformity to His EXCELLENCY'S   Commands. Some days since an angling party consisting of three men, one of whom had a young daughter in the boat, which was moored off George's Head about 150 yards from the shore, were surprised with a visit from a shark , of such enormous size as to be mistaken ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 February 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY     For the ensuing Week. Monday - 45 m past 10 in the forenoon 10 m past 11 at night Tuesday - 30 m past 11 in the forenoon 55 m past 11 at night   Wednes. - 2o m past 12 at noon Thursd. - 45 m past 12 in the morning 10 m past 1 at noon Friday - 35 m past 1 in the morning 5 m past 2 in the afternoon Saturday - 30 m past 2 in the morning 55 m past 2 in the afternoon Sunday - 20 m past 3 in the morning 45 m past 3 in the afternoon    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

    N O T I C E. THE CREDITORS of WILLIAM COX Esq. are desired to MEET at the House of   SIMEON LORD On Monday the 19th Current, at One o'clock   when a state of his Affairs will be laid before them by the Trustees appointed for the Ma- nagement of his Estate. THE TREASURER appointed on the above         ESTATE requests, that the GILLS due     by the PURCHASERS of Mr. Cox's Effects that were Sold by Vendue, may be Retired   on or before the 5th Instant, to enable him to make up an accurate and complete State of his Affairs previous to the Expiration of the Trust Deed that was execute in favour of the present Trustees. The Treasurer can receive no Bills but such as can be consolidated without incurring   any risque on himself.       ROB CAMPBELL, TREASURER Sydney, March 3d, 1804, &nbs...

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Averaged State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of Feb. 1804, at Sydney in New South Wales, with the prevailing Winds and Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

Averaged State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of Feb. 1804, at Sydney in New South Wales-, with the prevailing Winds and Weather. DAYS Barometer | Thermometer | Weather       ?idt.- US"S WINDS WEATHER.           Morn. Noon   Night       1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12   13 14 15 16 17 IS -9 20 21 22 2 3 25 26 27 23 29 3° 29 29 29 3° 30 29 29 29 29 29 29 3° 3® 30 29 z9 29 29 30 3* 30 29 29 29 29 29 29. 25 "9 9° «9 $4 6. Sz 7Ó 77 9 05 59 .20 " 24 io 95 76 60 84 30 7 5 5° 9 §9 83 75 74 a8 77 7-> 77 77 77 75 73 7* 7° 71 73 77 72 67 69 72 75 75 77 7° 72 76 72 7° 73 7 73 73 .52. Co 7 'S -5 3° 22 30 1$ 00 -"5 3® 3° 45 37 45 3-° co 37 7 37 45 '5 22 N E N E N W S E ' E E S NW E W S s S E Ñ.E .Ñ -N-W - ..:$. \ E NE . NE .NE S . -NE S ?. . NE E * f i.ir I ditto j di«to ?? ! ditto î ditto ¡.?di it©' j cb/udv [^ ' . j...

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