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Bench of Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

Bench of Magiftrates.   Yefterday a Complaint was exhibited againft Edward Long by Richard Coleman, of   having opened his cheft without his know-   ledge, and taken thereout a fmall fum in copper coin ; for which offence he was fen- tenced to receive 25 lafhes, and the complain- ant feverely reprimanded, as it appeared the parties had been engaged in petty gambling, and William Lane, on fufpicion of Burglary, was committed for Examination.  

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

    SHIP NEWS.     Sailed on Thursday the Governor King for Bass's Straits, Remain the Betsey, Harrington, and     Scorpion Whaler.   BOATS. Arrived from Hawkesbury, on   Monday the Nancy, Thompson, and the Union; and on Thursday the William.   Sailed, on Sunday last the Charlotte, Inch,   and the Argument; on Monday the       Hawkesbury, Thompson; on Wednesday the              Hope ditto; and yesterday the Relief, a new     vessel, and the Union.

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

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, Sometimes amusing myself by indulging the mind in its unbridled scope, my ima- gination turned upon a grand and serious subject - the reciprocity by which society   is linked together, and which constitutes   one of the greatest benefits peculiar to man's   superior nature . Surveying in turn our various perfections and imperfections, I could not easily determine the preponde-   rance, and much less derive from my me- ditation any very pleasant sensation. Fixing at length my whole attention   upon Generosity and its natural attendant     Gratitude, I now hoped to profit from my reverie, and therefore embraced the theme with unspeakable satisfaction and secret     transport. To perpetuate benevolence and to ren-   der gratitude something more than an unser- viceable operation of the human-heart, too     frequently indebted only to the faculty of speech for its existence, I set about plan- n...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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CURIOUS SCRIPTURAL CALCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

CURIOUS SCRIPTURAL CALCULATION.           The Proof of the precision of the following whimsical and extraordinary Calculation of   the numbers of Books, Chapters, Verses   Words, and Letters contained in the Old and New Testament and Apocrypha, we must   submit to the ingenious observation of the     Reader :— Old Test. ¦ New Test ¦ Apocr Books 39 ¦ 27 ¦ 0     Chapters 929 ¦ 260 ¦ 183   Verses 23,114 ¦ 7,959 ¦ 6,082   Words 592,493 ¦ 181,253 ¦ 125,185   Letters 2,728,100 ¦ 832,300       Total of Books, 66 ; Chapters, 1372;     Verses, 37,255 ¦ Words, 898,931 ¦ and of   Letters, 3,566,480. The middle and least Chapter in the Bible is the 117th Psalm. The middle Line is the 16th Verse in the     4th Chapter of the 2 Book of Chronicles.     The word, And, occurs in the Old Testa- ment 85,543 times, the same...

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

SYDNEY. On Tuesday last John Calvey was examined   before His Honor the LIEUTENANT GO-   VERNOR and Magistrate, upon the merits     of an accusation set up by him against his          master, a Settler at Hawkesbury, whom he   reported to have acted in a manner contrary   to the observances provided for by the In-     denture entered into by Persons taking pri-     soners off the stores ; but after a due and   mature investigation the above John Calvey     was convicted of having in all respects mis-     represented the conduct of his said master ; and as it appeared that the accusation had been lodged merely with a view of excul- pating himself for having absented from   his masters farm without leave, he was sentenced to receive 50 lashes and to remain   in the Goal Gang Six Months. The circumstances attending the robbery       committed in the house of Joseph Prosser a   labouring inhabitant of the Rocks, are of a nature peculiarly criminal and distressi...

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THE VOLUNTEERS, A BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

THE VOLUNTEERS.       A BALLAD.   When menac'd with civil commotion and noise                       Shall Britons inactively slumber ? Then away to the field, the bright musket to poise, With courage, regardless of number. With patriot firmness the laws we'll main- tain ; With spirit and vigor we'll brave the cam-paign ; Our women and children relinquish their fears, And trust to the prowess of bold Volunteers. Should France, in her fondness for places a- broad E'er honor our Coast with a visit, Before on the soil many moments they've trod They'll find our politeness exquisite   With a Marseillois dirge, or a Carmagnel dance To the music of masquetry let them advance       But dreadful the musars will be to their ears       Struck up by the phalanx of fi?n Volunteers Should sordid Mynneer fo...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

PARRAMATTA.      On Wednesday last at 11 o'clock, pursu-               ant to Advertisement, the Sales by Auction commenced at the House of Mr. James Larra     when the Farms were put up and sold as fol- low:---             Lot 1., Patullo's Farm, 72 Guineas, Mr Wentworth             2. Redman's ditto 40 Guineas, ditto 3. Grant's ditto 48 Guineas, ditto         4, Campbell's ditto 108 Guineas, ditto     5. One Tree Hill ditto 113 Guineas, ditto 6. Barrington's ditto 56 guineas, Mr.   Mardsen               7. Elliot's Farm 18 Guineas Mr. Savage       8 Bryant's ditto 21 Guineas ditto   9. Everingham's ditto 15 Gui...

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

      Postscript.   On Tuesday morning last HIS EXCELLEN-               CY and FAMILY left Sydney, on an EXCEr- sion to Parramatta, Castle Hill, and Hawkes-   bury, and are expected to return to Town this Evening.

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

General Orders. EVERY Person possessing Rowing Boats on the Banks of the Hawkesbury are to have them NUMBERED and REGISTERED by     Mr. Andrew Thompson, Head Constable, in the course of the ensuing Week—Boats found   Rowing about any part of the River are seiz-   able, whenever and wherever found, which are not thus Numbered and Registered,           The Settlers and Landholders of all de-   scriptions are ordered not to suffer their Boats   to be rowing about after dark, and to secure them by a Chain and Lock, taking the Oars     to their Houses; to examine all Boats with       suspicious People passing backward and for-   ward by day, and to hail all Boats passing or re passing by Night; and, if necessary, to detain them. Such Boats as are not imme- diately put on shore on being hailed are...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the en[?]uing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week.     Monday ---9 in the Morning 20 m past 9 at night Tuesday--- 40 m past 9 in the morning 10 at night   Wednesd--- 20 m past 10 in the morning 45 m past 10 at night   Thursda--- 10 m past 11 in the forenoon     35 m past 11 at night   Friday -- 12 at noon Saturday--- 25 m past 12 in the morning     50 m past 12 at noon       Sunday---15 m past 1 in the morning   40 m past 1 in the afternoon HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA. 1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-                 MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE

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STRIKING AND CURIOUS PHENO MENA IN BOTANY. [Taken from the B[?]]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 April 1804

STRIKING AND CURIOUS PHENO- MENA IN BOTANY.   [Taken from the Bee]   The order, arrangement, and laws of the Vegetable are not less admirable than those of the animal kingdom. Here the wonders and astonishment of men is equally    raised, on seeing something like instinct go- verning the movement of plants, which have their regular hours of sleeping and waking, like animated beings, with a cer- tain degree of sensibility, and even predi- lection for particular objects, positions &c How are we astonished likewise at the won-   derful provision made for the dispersion of seeds, when we see that 138 genera some-   thing like wings are given, to facilitate their being carried by the winds to distant parts. The seeds of 298 more are darted   to a great distance from elastic seed ves-   sels. 50 genera which require dung for their cultivation, are furnished with little hooks by which they adhere to the coats of animals, and are carried to their place of abode, where t...

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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 — 15 April 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the Shade at GOVERNMENT-HOUSE, during the last     Week; with the prevailing winds and WEATHER                                                       DAY 8 in the morn BAROMETER         8 at night   THERMOMETER           8 WIND         8 in the morn 12 at noon   4 in the aft. 12   in 100p     in 100p   in 100p in 100p in100...

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

NOTICE.   ROSETTA STABLER respectfully begs     leave to acquaint the PUBLIC that she has REMOVED to Mr. MOORE'S HOUSE,   nearly opposite the Hospital Wharf, where she intends to dress Victuals as usual. An Ordinary on Sundays, and every day   in the Week during the Winter Season.   Mutton and Pork Pies at 18d. and 2s. each. Tea and Breakfasts at any hour, and Draft and Bottled Beer sold as usual.         NOTICE.           WHEREAS on or between the 1st and 6th   of this Month, Two Iron CHIMNEY-           BARS have been stolen by some Person oR   Persons unknown, from the Farm of the late   Mr. Bloodsworth, situate in the District of Petersham, now belonging to Capt. KEMP   of the New South...

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

SYDNEY.     On Wednesday last Richard Rough received   a corporal punishment for insolence to his Master, and refusing to comply with his or- ders. Some days since half-a-dozen pigs being missed from, a stye, were naturally enough conjectured to have eloped during the absence Apollo; but a seventh disappearing on Mon- day in the face of open day produced a very unfavorable surmise as to the voracity of the      mother; and this was very shortly after ac- cidentally determined by an infant, who per- ceived the eighth within the jaws of the bru- tal animal, already half devoured.   A valuable Cow, the property of I. Ni-   cholls, was on Monday morning last disco-   vered to have lost the use of her limbs, but from what species of disorder, has not been ascertained. On Wednesday the creature   was slung and let blood, and though the pre-     ser...

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

Commissary's Office,   August 14, 1804. On Saturday next will be exposed for     SALE in His Majesty's Dock Yard, A quantity of OAK HOOPS and STAVES,          and other damaged STORES     Should any persons wish to become private   Purchasers of the said Hoops and Staves, they     they will be sold in Lots of Ten Tons on or before Wednesday next, on the following Conditions, viz: 2l. 10s per Ton, to take them as they come to hand; and   3l per Ton to pick them The Hoops to be in proportion to the dif- ferent Casks; Payment for which will be       received in Oil at Three Shillings per Gallon By Command of His Excellency, J PALMER, Commissary.   NOTICE. CAPTAIN WILSON, of the ship MER- SEY from Calcutta, hereby gives notice to the inhabitants of this Colony   &am...

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GRAMMATICAL ÆNIGMA. PRAXIS---THE PARTS OF SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 April 1804

        GRAMMATICAL ÆNIGMA                               PRAXIS---THE PARTS OF SPEECH.                                           From that to which both Tense and Mood   belong   Choose the first Letter, and you can't be wrong;   An Article indefinite than take Which 'fore a Vowel shou'd true English   make;   Next, to the Pronoun Neuter give a place,   Of Number singular, and th' Objective Case; From many an adverb you may sometimes     meet,     Cull the last Letter-- and the work's com-   plete:   But, as no risque accompanies the trouble Your best Reward wil be an empty bubble. N.B. ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the en[?]suing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 April 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY             for the ensuing Week.         Monday... 2 in the morning 20 m past 2 in the afternoon Tuesday... 50 m past 2 in the morning 15 m past 3 in the afternoon Wednesd... 40 m past 3 in the morning 5 m past 4 in the afternoon Thursda... 30 m past 4 in the morning 55 m past 4 in the afternoon Friday... 20 m past 5 in the morning 45 m past 5 in the evening   Saturday... 10 m past 6 in the morning 35 m past 6 in the evening Sunday... 7 in the morning     25 m past 7 in the evening     PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-       MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE.                             &nbsp...

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

NOTICE. SYDNEY, April 24, 1804 THE TRUSTEES appointed for the Ma-   nagement of Mr. WILLIAM COX's   Affairs request, that those who are indebted to his Estate, either previous to his Failure, and whose Notes of Hand wree afterwards assigned to the Trustees for the Benefit of the Creditors, or for the Purhases at the Sale of his Effects, and whose Notes havve been some   time due, will discharge the same on or   before the 14th of May next; otherwise the     Trustees, to exonerate themselves, will be     under the disagreeable necessity of enforcing   Payment.   (Signed) By Order of the Trustees ROB CAMPBELL, Treasurer.   Five Guineas. Reward. WHEREAS onn Friday Night last some Person or Persons were observed lurk- ing about the Premises of Mr. Simeon Lord,     at Sydney, and the next Morning it was dis- covered, that...

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

General Orders. THE CIVIL COURT is dissolved until the first day of June, when the Sowing Sea-   son will be over; which will allow of ano-     ther being assembled.   April 14th, 1804.  

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EXTRACT From Captain KENT'S Letter to His EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR KING, dated Busale, Calcutta, D[?]c, 25. 18[?]3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 April 1804

EXTRACT From Captain KENT's Letter to His  EX- CELLENCY GOVERNOR KING, dated Bu-         falo, Calcutta, Dec, 25. 1803.   "After leaving Norfolk lsland, being in   want of water, and having occasion to put our rigging to rights, I traced along the Reef on the S. W. side of New Caledonia, and en- tered in latitude 22 ° 01' 03" S. and longi- tude 167° 00 23 E. one of the finest Har-     bours in the world, which I surveyed; the   Chart I will present to you on my arrival. This beautiful Harbour is a Harbour within     a Harbour, as it is formed by Islands that lay       4 Miles within the Coral Reef that extends along the whole S. W. side of the lsland, ex-   cept the passage through to this Harbour,   which is nearly a Mile wide, having 51 fathoms in the Passage between the Reefs; but as   soon as you round the Point of the S. E. reef, which may be done within a third of a   cable, you fall int...

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