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STATE of the BAROME[?]ER and THERMOME[?]ER, taken in the Sh[?]e at GOVERNMENT-HOUSE, SYDNEY, during [?] Week; with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER                         and THERMOMETER,                 taken in the shade at       GOVERNMENT HOUSE,       SYDNEY,     during the last Week; with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER     DAY                   Sun.           M.       Tu.   W.   Th. F. Sat. BAROMETER 8 in the morning Day, in, 100p Sun. 29, 86 Mon. 29, 99  Tues. 30, 2 Wed. ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

NOTICE.       SUCH BAKERS as choose to supply the       Prisoners in the Gaol Gang with NINE     Pounds and a Half of BREAD for the Al- lowance of EIGHT Pounds of FLOUR, at SYDNEY and PARRAMATTA, and to                          deliver it Three times a Week, will give their Tenders in the Secretary's Office on   TUESDAY next. D. D. MANN, Clerk to the Sec.   Sydney, March 17.               Commissionary's Office, MARCH 17, 1804. To be Sold by Auction At the Dock Yard in Sydney, On Friday next the 23 Instant at 10 o'Clock   in the forenoon,   HIS Majesty's Colonial SLOOP BEE, with       MAST, SAILS, RIGGING, AN-     CHORS, and CABLES complete, together with sundry STORES belonging to her, which may be vi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

WANTED, As Overseer, a sober, steady and well-     experienced Man, thoroughly acquaint-     ed with the Business of Agriculture, and if he has ever served in the above Capacity before   the more acceptable; The terms will be libe-       ral, and every deference therefor paid to   Character. Applications are requested to be made to the Printer of this Paper: by whom     they will be forwarded, and forthwith attend-   ed to.   TAKEN By Force and Arms, On Monday Morning the 5th Instant, from   the house of Mr. Bishop, at Prospect,     A Brace of pistols, double sighted, 6 or       8 square and about 10 Inches long in   the Barrels, Maker's Name on the Plate     the Lock (Prosser) and Charing-Cross London...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

    General Orders. The GOVERNOR has appointed JOHN SAVAGE, Esq. to be Captain Commandant                 of the Parramatta Loyal Association. ON the Application of Lieut. Governor       COLLINS, HIS EXCELLENCY the GO-                                   VERNOR in Chief confirms the Appointments       of the Rev. Rob. Knopwood, Lieut Wm.     Sladden of the Royal Marines, and George       P. Harris, Esqrs. to be His Majesty's Justices   of the Peace for the Island at Van Dieman     and legislating in Bass's straits.                   During the absence of the Naval Officer           John Harris, Esq. ha...

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PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

PORT NEWS. Came in from Hawkesbury on Saturday last the William and Mary and the Raven; &       on Saturday the James.   Sailed —on Monday the William, And on   Friday the William and Mary.   On Thursday arrived from Bass's Straits the Good Intent, Barton, with 2 tons and a   half of oil and 1000 skins.

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A Short Account OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL OFFENDERS LATELY EXECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

A Short Account OF SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL OFFENDERS LATELY EXECUTED       Philip Cunningham the principal Rebel       leader, who was executed at Hawkesbury,         was one of the prisoners by the Ann, and was   remarkably active in the mutinous transac-         tions on board that vessel which rendered a               recourse to rigorous exertions necessary to the   safety of the Officers and crew. Some time   after his arrival he was sent up to the Set-       tlement at Castle Hill, where he was appoint-       ed overseer of the Government Stone masons;         and such was the lenity and indulgence   shown him that in the space of little more   than a twelvemonth he had nearly erected on     his own account, a stone building of consi-  ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

SYDNEY.   At Tuesday's Examinations before the Ma- gistrates a complaint was brought for the               recovery of a Brood of Kittens and their an-       cient mother. The contending parties were       matrons, who having passed the circumstance       by, professed a more than ordinary science     on the tabby tribe, and each supposing the       cats in question to be of the true Whitting-         ton descent, managed the PRO and CON with       the dexterity of a MOUSER, and in the musical     accents, resembling the deep tones of the ani-     mals in dispute, frequently appeared desirous             of honourably submitting the de???? to the             superiority of their own TALONS. The       plaintiff stated that the defendant had some               weeks since received a small but very hand- some kitten in exchange for puss, then unin-     cumbered with a family ; that a few days    ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

              HIGH WATER at SYDNEY         for the ensuing Week. Monday - 25 m past 3 in the morning   50 m past 3 in the afternoon Tuesday - 15 m past 4 in the morning     40 m past 4 in the afternoon Wednesd. - 5 m past 5 in the morning 30 m past 5 in the evening     Thursd. - 44 m past 5 in the morning   20 m past 6 in the evening Friday - 45 m past 6 in the morning 10 m past 7 in the evening Saturday - 35 m past 7 in the morning 8 in the evening   Sunday - 20 m past 8 in the morning 40 m past 8 at night     HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA.                                 1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney.   &nb...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

SHIP NEWS.       On Thursday morning His Majesty's Ship Calcutta got under way, but the wind lulling suddenly, she was obliged to bring up near   Garden Island: on Friday afternoon she   weighed, and by six in the evening cleared the Heads.   On Wednesday arrived from the Derwent His Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nelson, after a passage of 8 days, with intelligence that   Half the Establishment and all the Settlers under Lieutenant-Governor COLLINS had   arrived at the Derwent from Port Phillip on     the 19th of February. Lieut. Governor Collins not approving of the situation at Risdon   Cove, had fixed his Colony at a small Bay about 6 miles lower down, on the opposite side of the River, which has since been named   Sullivan's Cove. This place possesses many superior advantages to the situation Mr. Bowen fixed on. The Ocean was about to sail for Port Phillip to convey the remainder of the Esta...

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Declaration of John Harris, [One of Duce's Companions in his Attempt to Escape from the Settlement at Hobart]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

Declaration of John Harris,   [One of Duce's Companions in his Attempt to Escape from the Settlement at Hobart]   The said John Harris states, that on a   Saturday evening about 8 or 9 weeks after they   had been at Risdon Cove, J. Duce, W. Esum, & J. Culver had seen the men that had been out  with the COMMANDANT of Risdon Cove,                       and owing to the badness of the weather they could not get up with the boat to the usual landing place, & had left her at the Point. It being then about 9 in the evening, they asked W. Privet, J. Smith, and T. Mullens to assist them in taking the boat for that they might very soon run to New Zealand. Duce desired Harris to go to busk for the loan of 2 guns, as he intended to go in quest of   kangaroos. About 10 Duce went to Harris's hut   for him, with ot...

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Late Offences. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 March 1804

Late Offences. Wm Gorman received a corporal punish-   ment for scandalous abuse of a woman.   John Williams was ordered to be confined   to the Gaol every night until further Orders,     for lurking about the streets after dark in a   suspicious manner.   Hugh D?oling, a blacksmith in the em- ploy of Government, received a corporal       punishment for purloining a quantity of Iron,   the property of the Crown. James Grady for threatening to assassinate   another person, received a severe corporal punishment, and ordered into the Goal gang till further Orders. Thomas Isaacs, a seaman belonging to     the Harrington, received a corporal punish-   ment for assaulting and beating an Officer on     that vessel.   David Welsindale, apprehended on a vio-       lent suspicion of housebreaking, and owing to his general character, was ordered into   the Gaol gang SINE TEMPORE.   James Dunn lately apprehended on board a vessel ...

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STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the Shade at GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, during the last Week; with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the SHADE at GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, during the last Week : with the prevailing WIND and WEATHER.   DAY Sun M   Tu W Th Fri 8 in the n. in 100p 29 30 21 24 19 14 B A R O M E T E R 12 at noon 4 in the Aft 8 at night in 100p in 100p   in 100p   29   29 89 30 17   30 11   30 17   30 19 30 19 30 24 30 23 30 25 30 24 30 19 30 19 30 19 30 14 30 14 30 12 30 3 30 1 W E A T H E R Morning     cloudy fair rain fair cloudy cloudy fair Noon   cloudy cloudy fair cloudy cloudy fair Night rain rain fair fair fair fair fair

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

N O T I C E. ALL Persond are hereby strictly CAU-           TIONED against falling and removing   any kind of Timber (such as may be required       for the Use of the Crown always and only ex-   cepted) and from Trespassing with stock or     in any other manner whatever, upon the Farm   and Premises of   CAPTAIN A. F. KEMP.   OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES CORPS.                           The aabove farm is situate in the District of   Ballananing ; vounded by the Grounds of Major JOHNSTON, by Mr WHITE's Farm     and by that also of Mr, THOS. MOOR.   And Notice is hereby given, that...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY     for the ensuing Week. Monday --- 5 m past 9 in the morning     30 m past 9 at night       Tuesday ---- 10 in the morning 30 m past 10 at night Wednesd --- 55 m past 10 in the foren. 20 m past 11 at night     Thursda --- 50 m past 11 in the foren. Friday ---- 20 m past 12 in the morning 50 m past 12 at noon         Saturday ---- 20 m past 1 in the morning 50 m past 1 in the aftern.     Sunday -- 15 m past 2 in the morning   40 m past 2 in the aftern.   HIGHT WATER AT PARRAMATTA.   1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney     PRINTEDE AT SYDNEY, ANBD ADVERTISE- MENT RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

Commiffionary's Office, MARCH 24, 1804       THOSE Perfons refiding in the Diftrict of HAWKESBURY, to whom His EX- CELLENCY the GOVERNOR has granted per- miffion to receive Articles from the PUBLIC   STORES, are requefted to attend at the   Green Hills on Thurfday the 29th Inftant, when their Orders will be complied with ; after which Time the Stores will regularly be open at Sydney the firft Monday in each Month during the enfuing Quarter, and at no other place. It is expected that all DEBTS contracted   for Payment in the prefent Quarter will be immediately liquidated, as no further Orders will be given to thofe who have neglected   to comply with the Terms on which their   former ones were granted;     By command of HIS EXCELLENCY,         J. PALMER, Commiffary.     THE Committee of ORPHANS will meet   on SATURDAY the 31st Instant, at 10  ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

DEATH,         On Wednesday last died, generally lamen- ted, Mr. James Bloodworth, for many years     Superintendatn of Builders in the Employ of   Government. He came to the Colony among     its first inhabitants in the year 1788, and obtained the Appointment, from his exemplary conduct, shortly after his arrival; the first       house in this part of the Southern hemisphere was by him erected, as most of the Public Buildings since have been under his direction. To lament his loss he has left a Widow and five Children, the youngest an infant now   only one week old; and the complaint which     terminated in his dissolution was supposed to   proceed from a severe cold contracted about   about two months since. The attention and concern which prevailed     at the interment of the...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

     General Orders.   FIRST-LIEUTENANT C. A. F. N. MEN-         ZIES, of the Royal Marines, having disem-   barked from His Majesty's Ship Calcutta at       the GOVERNOR's Request, That Officer is   appointed to Command and Superintend the   Settlement to be re-established at the Coal     Harbour and Hunter's River.   MARCH 18, 1804.     The General Order of the 3rd of July 1801,   respecting Coal Harbour and Hunter's River   is annulled ; instead of which, the following   are to be observed on that Be-half, ---       I. The coals and Timber of all descrip-    tions are the entire and exclusive property of     the Crown wherever found or growing. II. No private Boat or Vessel is to go to   the Coal Harbour or Hunter's River with- out a License from the Governor's Secre-     tary, stating the purpose of such voyage, the   Owner or Owners to Bind themselve...

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EXAMINATIONS Before HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR and MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, MARCH 17: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

--------------         EXAMINATIONS Before HIS HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR     and MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, MARCH 17: John Welch and John Brown underwent   a long and strict examination respecting their   mode of employment during a several weeks           absence from Government Labour without leave; in the course of which the former de-   clared that he had with another servant of the Crown, also absent without leave, ap- plied for and obtained employment from     Thomas McClave a Settler at the Hawkes-     bury, where they both continued to work     five or six days; he also averred that he had         been employed by George Hall a Settler in   the same District, and that neither of them had required to see the Pass or Certificate of himself or his companion. McClave urged   that the people had applied to him for em- &amp...

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Extract of a Letter FROM The MASTER of a VESSEL in BASS'S STRAITS to his Employers in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

Extract of a Letter FROM             The MASTER of a Vessel in BASS'S         STRAITS to his Employers in Sydney. "Being determined to do all the Execu-   tion in my power among the Seals, I consider it a duty to caution you against sitting one     a-new for this Employ during the present season, as I intend coursing the Straits     throughout, and to pick up every thing that chance may throw in my way. "I have been given to understand that       some deserters from Van Dieman's Island are on shore at Penguin, where they have formed       a design against some one or other of the craft from Port Jackson. I beg you will not be apprehensive for the safety of the vessel in   my charge; for rest assured that the only benefit they may hope to derive from my   falling in their way must proceed from their     own conduct and compliance; but should t...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 March 1804

SYDNEY. The Governor King, Messrs. Kable and     Underwood owners, when she came last from Hunter's River, brought 58 logs of very fine Cedar, and a quantity of excellent Coal, which for the use of the forge is found su- perior to Charcoal, at the same time that it   is attended with a saving of at least 200   percent. The above vessel is intended to         go through a repair before she proceeds       again to the Southward.   The following curious and extraordinary                 recital we copy from a Letter brought by the Union from Norfolk Island : "On the 8th Instant, (Feb) a man was       perceived floating on a raft, not less than   two miles distant, from the appearance of whom much serious apprehension arose, lest           he should be indicative of the loss of some       vessel on the Coast. The sea running very     high every attempt to render him assis...

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