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

General Orders. The Superintendants at the different Settle- ments are to MUSTER the Prisoners at Public Labour every Sunday Morning before   DIVINE SERVICE, and report any who     may have made away with their Slop Cloath- ing, or behaved improperly during the Week   preceding the Day they are Mustered on. Until the Church at Sydney is finished, Half the Working Gangs are to be constantly   Mustered to attend Divine Service. There   being Places of Worship at the other Settleme- ments, every Description of Person are to at-   tend Divine Service.     By command of His EXCELLENCY. W.E. CHAPMAN, Sec.   Government House, Sydney, March 1st, 1804.     THERE being as many SWINE received in     Part Payment of Government Debts as can be taken for the present, no more can be   received until further Orders. &am...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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To the Printer of the Sydney GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

----------------------------------------------                       ---------------------------------------------                     To the Printer of the Sydney GAZETTE. SIR,       Having perused all your Papers of the pre- ceding Twelvemonth, and frequently owned a desire of contributing to your miscellany,     I at length obey the impulse, and hope my       maiden topic may not be considered inadmissible.   An aphorism very generally prevails, that the actions of men WHOLLY depend on the   prejudices imbibed at a tender age and upon the impression which the mind receives when   in its most susceptible state ; yet this opinion though materially strengthened by...

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THE VISION OF MELANCHOLY, A FRAGMENT. (Apparently intended to awaken in the Mind a transient Sentiment of that Passion from whence it derives its Title.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

THE VISION OF MELANCHOLY, A FRAGMENT. --------------------------------       (Apparently intended to awaken in the Mind a transient Sentiment of that Passion from   whence it derives its Title.) Bleak on the Tomb the midnight dew descends;   The Lamp of Night her silver reign suspends ; No stately Tower rises to the fight, Nor Planet's lustre chears the silent Night : Then Fairies, sportive, on the distant mead, In airy gestures o'er the fallows tread ; And pallid Shapes, emerging from their clay, Commune with Mortals till they're chac'd away. Such was the tide when MELANCHOLY rose To count her sorrows, and renew her woes ... Celestial PIETY adorned her face With RESIGNATION'S more than mortal grace ;   Her rising bosom gently seems to heave ; Neglected tresses o'er her shoulders wave; Transfixt her eyes that once resplendent shone But dimm'd by SORROW now no radiance     own :   With doleful ...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE   HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR                     AND MAGISTRATES.   ----------------------------       TUESDAY, MARCH 28     John Wilson committed from Hawkesbury   on a charge of stealing a parcel of buttons out of the dwelling-house of John Holt, was brought up and examined; and the charge   being substantiated, he was sentenced to   100 Lashes, and work in the Gaol Gang. W. Dawson preferred a Complaint against Francis Cox, a blacksmith, for having unlaw- fully detained his Cart several days, whereby he had sustained Damage by loss of time It appeared that M Goolder, a wheelwright, had engaged to make a Pair of Wheels for the Complainant's Cart, in consideration of the sum of 2l. which he had received ; but that as the iron-...

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

                SYDNEY. His EXCELLENCY'S General Order of Thursday will prove lastingly and essen- tially beneficial to the labouring orders, who   are prevented thereby from possibly disposing   of Cloathing issued to them from His   MAJESTY'S Stores, or trucking them away without certain detection; but it may now be   hoped, that there scarce exists within the limit, of the Colony one single individual, who would unfeelingly become a Purchaser, and for a merely trifling consideration wantonly incur the certain and necessary Penalties at- tached to so flagrant a breach of duty and humanity. These Penalties, whose design it is to curb the stride of Avarice when it ex- tended to the necessary comforts and the ac- tual wants of man, must produce a grateful sentiment in favour of the Government that not only bountifully supplies those wants, but afterwards k...

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For the Sydney Gazette, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

For the Sydney Gazette,   MR. PRINTER,     Amongst other existing causes of complaint       to individuals, I must beg leave to point an   unwilling finger, which I sincerely hope may direct the road to amendment. Having much connexion amongst the in- habitants of the principal Agricultural Set-       tlement, you will naturally conclude that I   must be interested in the success of the Culti- vator, and that I am not indifferent as to the       prospect of each coming harvest. Under     such circumstances it may not be wondered that I step forward to complain of an abuse     of confidence and palpable breach of trust to which some of the common boatmen have     addicted themselves, or are perhaps from   the influence of custom habitually injured.         With out endeavouring to amuse you or your     readers with a mere plausible fiction, or as it is commonly termed, a well-told ...

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ANCIENT SCULPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

ANCIENT SCULPTURE. A London Paper of laft April says, " We   have great pleasure in stating that a consider- able part of the valuable cargo of the brig   Mentor has been recovered. This vessel foundered at Cerigo, on her passage from A- thens to Malta. She was laden with sculp-   tured Marble of unrivalled beauty and work- manship, from the Temple of Minerva at A- thens, and other celebrated Monuments of   Grecian antiquity, belonging to Lord EL-   GIN, our Ambassador at Constantinople. - -     Mr Hamilton, his Lordship's Secretary, Capt. Leake of the Artillery, and Capt. Squirs of the Engineers were Passengers in the vessel, on their return from a very interesting Tour through Syria and Greece ; and the Journals of these Gentlemen, with the Plans of several places in Greece which they had taken on the spot, will, we have no doubt now be laid be- fore the Public. It is entirely owing to Mr. Hamilton's indefatigable exertions and perse- vering efforts, that...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 March 1804

              SHIP NEWS.             Yesterday at noon dropped down His Majesty's Ship Calcutta, expected to sail in the   middle of the present week.   Sailed. - On Friday the Governor King for Hunter's River, and on Saturday the   John, for Bass's Straits.             Remain in the Cove the ship Betsey, and     the brig Harrington, nearly finished repairs. This morning a Signal for a Brig in sight     was made at South Head, but which had not   entered the Heads when this Paper was put   to Press.           Mr. LLEWIN intends sending to England    by the Calcutta part of a Work he has begun, containing 18 specimens of new Moths, with   ...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. 1 hour 15 minuts after Sydney PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-       MENT RECEIVED BY G. HOWE                        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

D. D. MANN APOLOGIZES to the         OFFICERS of His Majesty's Ship CAL-               CUTTA for having erroneously required, by     a Notice in last Week's Paper, "that all Per-     sons holding Drafts drawn upon and accepted   by him by the Officers of the said Ship should   be presented," that Mistake having originated from a want of knowledge in the necessary distinctions, as none but some of the Petty Of-     ficers of that Ship had ever drawn upon him. March 12. Strong Batavia Sugar. IMPORTED on the HARRINGTON, and   NOW ON SALE at Mr. TOUGH's             HOUSE (formerly occupied by G. Crossley), on the following Terms until the 24th Instant, &a...

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Proclamation By PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esq. Captain-General and Governor in Chief in an over His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

Proclamation By PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esq, Captain-General and Governor   in Chief in and over His Majes- ty's Territory of New South    Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c, WHEREAS a Number of Labouring Con- victs of Castle Hill and other Parts in this District have assembled, and in a Rebel- lious and daring manner have Attacked and Robbed several of His Majesty's peaceable and loyal Subjects of their Property and Arms, and proceeded therewith to great acts of Outrage, which the Preservation of the Lives and Pro-   perty of His Majesty's liege Subjects demand   an immediate Stop being put to by the most   effectual means : I DO therefore Proclaim the Districts of   Parramatta, Castle Hill, Toongabbee, Pros- pect, Seven and Baulkham Hills, Hawkesbury and Nepean to be in a   STATE OF REBELLION And do Establish MARTIAL LAW throughout   those Districts. I do therefore strictly Charge and Command all His Majesty's liege Su...

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Insurrection. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

          Insurrection.     At half past eleven o'clock on Sunday night an express was received by His EX- CELLENCY, from Captain ABBOT, Com- manding Officer at Parramatta, with intelli- gence that the Prisoners at Public Labour at Castle Hill, and the Settlers men, were in a state of Insurrection, and had already com- mitted many daring Outrages: Sydney was   instantaneously alarmed, the Military and Inhabitants were under Arms, and the Cap- tain, Officers, Marines, and Ships Company of His Majesty's Ship Calcutta came on shore, in Ten minutes after the alarm was given, and by   the GOVERNOR'S Orders all Horses throughout the Town were held in requisition. At a quarter past Twelve Lieut. Hobby brought in an account of the outrages com- mitted at Castle Hill, stating the Insurgents   to be in great force and advancing towards Parramatta in different directions. His EX- CELLENCY gave Orders for...

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A LETTER R[?]ceived by HIS EXCELLENCY from Major JOHNSTON, on Monday [?]he 5th of March, at about half past 5 in the Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

-------------------------------     A LETTER         Received by His EXCELLENCY from Major JOHNSTON, on Monday the 5th of March   at about half past 5 in the Evening.   " SIR,   " I beg leave to inform Your Excellency,   that about half an hour before Eleven the     Detachment under my Command came up         with the Runaways very near the last Ponds:     I rode up to them, accompanied by one   Trooper, and remonstrated with them upon        the impropriety of their Conduct, and desired       them to surrender, which they peremptorily   refused. I went up a second time with the   Trooper, and desired to speak with their two          Leaders, who come up to us, when we forci-   bly drove them in to the Detachment, with pistols at their heads ; the rest, to the number       of 25...

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By PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esq. Captain-General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majestry's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

By PHILIP GIDLEY KING, Esq. Captain-General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majes- ty's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c, WHEREAS the imperious Cause that ren-     dered it necessary to place the DISTRICTS of Parramatta, Castle Hill, Toongabbee,   Prospect, Seven and Baulkham Hills, Hawkes-   bury, and the Nepean under MARTIAL LAW on   the 5th Instant no longer exists ; I do Annul and Revoke the PROCLAMATION of the 5th Instant to that Effect, declaring the above Districts in common with the rest of the Ter- ritory, under the Jurisdiction of the Courts of     Judicature as heretofore established.     On this occasion I feel it a duty to remind   the deluded Objects of the artful designs of   some unknown, but not unsuspected Miscre-   ants who lament their diabolical schemes     miscarrying, of the absurdity of their seditious     designs when opposed to the steady Exertions...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

General Orders. ---------------------- WHEREAS there is the most Presump- tive Proof, from the Dying Confessions of Johnstone and Humes, together with the strongest Circumstantial Proof, and the Infor- mation of some single Witnesses to single Facts Implicating some Persons at Sydney and Par- ramatta of being the secret Contrivers and Abettors of the late Disturbance, ANY PER- SON OR PERSONS who may be sufficiently possesed of INFORMATION that will cor- roborate the above Confessions and Proofs, so as to Convict any One or More of those who are suspected, will RECEIVE a FREE PAR- DON and PROTECTION until an Oppor- tunity may offer of sending them to Great   Britain at the Expence of the CROWN.     By Command of His   EXCELLENCY, W. N. CHAPMAN, Sec.         Government House. Sydney,   March 11th, 1804.  

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

                SHIP NEWS.       His Majesty's Ship Calcutta proceeds for Europe about the middle of the present week. On Sunday the 4th Instant arrived the Ame- rican ship Union, Captain Pendleton, from Norfolk Island, after a favorable passage of nine days, with 19 discharged Non commis-     ioned Officers and Privates on board.   On the 11h ult. the Ferret arrived there with Acting Lieutenant-Governor HOUSTON     and Captain PIPER,   We are concerned to state that a drought has prevailed for the last eight months, high- ly to the prejudice of the Cultivator, and     owing to which gardening has for a length of    time been at a total stand; other provisions   are nevertheless abundant, though from the         prodigious increase of the brood of wild or     native cats great quantities of ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the [?]nsuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY   For the ensuing Week. Monday - 9 in the morning 25 m past 9 at night   Tuesday --- 50 m past 9 in th morning 15 m past 10 at night       Wednesd --- 45 m past 10 in the forenoon 10 m past 11 at night Thursd.--- 35 m past 11 at noon 12 in the morning Friday--- 25 m past 12 in the afternoon     50 m past 12 in the morning Saturday--- 15 m past 1 in the afternoon 40 m past 2 in the morning   Sunday --- 5 m past 3 in the afternoon 30 m past 3 in the morning

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

SYDNEY.           ---------------------------------                     The extreme lenity shewn by Government to the majority of the deluded Offenders who   lately revolted from their duty, while it re-     flects the highest honour to the humanity of   His EXCELLENCY, as well as of all the OF- FICERS who co-operated in the prompt and necessary measures, must at the same time   convince the evil minded Machinator that his plots are regarded with contempt, & that although   they may for a moment inconvene, they are     yet incapable of exciting apprehension, or of     influencing the smallest anxiety for the General        Safety. Duped by the perfidious artifices of a few designing men whose aim it was to ...

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PROCLAMATION BY PHILIP GIDLEY KING ESQUSRE, CAPTAIN-GENERAL and GOVERNOR IN CHIEF in and over HIS MAJESTY'S TERRITORY of NEW SOUTH WALES and its DEPENDENCIES, &c. &c. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

PROCLAMATION   BY PHILIP GIDLEY KING ESQUIRE, CAPTAIN-GENERAL and GOVERNOR IN CHIEF in and over HIS MAJESTY's     TERRITORY of NEW SOUTH WALES and its DEPEN- DENCIES, &c, &c. &c. WHEREAS a Number of Labouring Convicts of Castle- HILL, and other Parts in this District have assembled and in a Rebellious and daring manner have Attacked and Robbed several of His Majesty's peaceable and loyal Subjects of their Property and Arms, and proceeded therewith to great Acts of Outrage, which the Preserva- tion of the Lives and Property of His Majesty's liege Sub- jects demand an immediate Stop being put to, by the most effectual means ; I DO therefore Proclaim the Districts of Par- ramatta, Castle-Hill, Toongabbee, Prospect, Seven   and Baulkham Hills, Hawkesbury & Nepean to be in a State of Rebellion ; And do Establish Martial Law throughout those Districts. I do therefore strictly Charge and Command all His Majesty's liege Subjects to be assisting i...

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GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 March 1804

GENERAL ORDERS. THE principal Leaders of the deluded   and infatuated People who have, through the arts and designs of some hidden Charac- ters been induced to commit Overt-acts of Rebellion, forgetting thereby the Comforts   and real Liberty they enjoy, as connected with     industry and Quietness, being killed, appre-     hended, or having given themselves up; and        as a number of the insurgents are still wander-   ing about, they will take Notice, that if they   do not give themselves up to the Settlements     and Masters they respectively belong to before   Friday Night next, the most exemplary Ex-   ample will be made of them wherever found,       and no Excuse whatever allowed but will rec-     ceive any Punishment that may await those still       absent; which can only be mitigated or par-   doned on condition of their surrendering them-     selves immediately, and bringing their A...

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