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STRIKING AND CURIOUS PHENOMENA IN BOTANY. [Continued from our last, taken from the Bee]. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 April 1804

STRIKING and CURIOUS PHENO- MENA in BOTANY. [Contined from our last, taken from the Bee].     We see the very minute seeds of 14 ge- nera of mffoes, fungi, buffus, and mucer, which float in the air like atoms, carried by the winds to all kind of situations, even   the tops of walls, houses, &c. to take pos- session however only of such spots as are unoccupied, and which probably would even have remained barren, had not these lowly grovellers, which Linaeas calls the labourers of the vegetable kingdom, pre pared the ground for plants of a superior rank, protecting and watering them at the same time, during their tender infancy ;   nay, even the vegetable nobles, the proud   trees of the forest, owe similar obligations   in their tender years to these same pro-     tectîng and fostering plants, which inat-   tentive man often treats with contempt,   and regards ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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FOR THE Sydney Gazette. "Arm'd at ALL Points, to meet the Hydra GAMING" [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 April 1804

FOR THE       Sydney Gazette. "Arm'd at ALL Points, to meet the Hydra GAMING " A Constant Reader having last week no   ticed a paragraph mentioning "petty gam-     bling", is induced to communicate his senti- ments, hoping they may accord with those of every well-wisher to the human race, of what- soever condition in society.     The dismal effects that invariably attend, a   propensity to any specíes of gaming, there            can be little doubt have a just weight in per-         suading the majority of mankind from sink-       ing into the habit, though constant observa-   tion tells us, that every vicissitude consequent on an obstinate perseverance in a practice that ever must be considered the most unhappy   and uncharitable offspring...

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ON SOME DISORDERS INCIDENT TO Cattle. [From "The Complete Husbandman"] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 April 1804

  ON SOME DISORDERS INCIDENT TO Cattle. [From "The Complete Husbandman"]       The illustrious Linnaeus in his journey     through Dalicarlia, made the first attempt   to lay down Rules for the Farmer's direc- tion on the interesting subject of the kinds of plants proper for different kinds of Cat- tle. In his journey he observed, that the   horses easily distinguished wholesome from noxious food ; for, being very hungry,   they devoured all sorts of plants, except the meadow-sweet, valerian, lilly of the   valley, angelica, loose strife, marsh cinque soil, crane's-bill, hell-bore, monkshood, and several shrubs, This gave him a hint to recomnend to the curious to apply themselves to examine what plants such animals as live on vegetables will not touch. The ingenious author of the Swedish Pan, in order to encourage inquiries of this kind, very properly observes, that w...

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

SHIP NEWS. ------------                           On Tuesday last arrived the Ship Mersey Captain Wilson, from Bengal, consigned to Mr. CAMPBELL, with a Cargo chiefly consis-   ting of Sugar, Port and Madeira Wine, Cord-   age, and a small investment of Piece Goods.   By this arrival we are happy to learn that the Mahratta War is at an end, and that tranquillity is again perfectly restored to the   Company's Settlements in India.   Captain Wilson further reports, that it is the current opinion there, that the War be-   tween Great Britain and the French and Ba-   tavian Republics, if not already brought to a conclusion, cannot possibly be of much longer     continuance.     Wi...

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

High Water at Parramatta 1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney         PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-                 MENTS RECEIVED BY C HOWE.  

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

    Secretary's Office, April 19, 1804.           ALL those having any CLAIM or DE-   MAND on the following Persons are           desired to apply to me at this office.     William Hayes ¦ Peter Willis Patrick Glannon ¦ George Morgan Thomas Radford ¦ Thomas Fisher     John Ramsey ¦ James Sweeney   Thomas Toney ¦ Heath Miller   Samuel Matts ¦ John Cock     Patrick Cleary ¦ Dennis Cornelius   Thomas French ¦ John Canole   George Couison ¦ Edmund Hill John Love ¦ William Springthorpe         William Knight ¦ William Penwood       John Kidbury ¦ James Chamberlaine ¦ Thomas McGowan ¦ James Cox Humphrey Sullivan ¦ William Robinson     John Harrington ¦ John Hyfield   Thomas Baine ¦ Hugh McArary Henry Purcell ¦ John Rorback Robert Kentish ¦ William Wright Thomas Honocks ¦ Edward Moreton John Rovers ¦ George Woodland   David Lyons ¦ John May   Franci...

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

Ship Mersey from Calcutta THE CARGO of the above SHIP will be EXPOSED for SALE on Monday   Next at Mr. CAMPBELL'S, from Nine to Three o'clock ; CONSISTING OF     Genuine Port Wine in Pipes at L. 70 each     London-Market Madeira in qr do. 17 ditto      Rich old Calcavella in ditto ditto 15 dittoi         Exclusive of the Colonial Duty of Sixpence   per Gallon, and the Casks to be returned or Two Guineas charged for the Wood-             Pipe, and in proportion for the Quarter   ditto Soft Sugar in bags, of the very first quality and in excellent condition, at pr Ton Eight pence per Pound, or by the single Bag   Ninepence. Indian Soap in bags at 74s. per cwt. of 112Îbs.   Pepper in ditto at 1s. 6d per lb. by the bag Saltpetre in ditto, 1s. per lb. per ditto ALSO, An ...

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EXAMINATIONS Before HIS HONOR THE LIFUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

EXAMINATIONS Before HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVER-           NOR AND MAGISTRATES   James Bevan, alias Warminster, charged   with having heinously assaulted a child eight years old on the 22d ultimo, underwent a long               examination; when the evidence adduced               in support of the charge being supported by a minute chain of incidental events, appeared   strongly presumptive; but as the testimony   of a material evidence was wanting, the     prisoner was remanded, and the witness absent   summoned to attend. A quantity of bread, procured by order of the Magistrates at different bakehouses, was produced for the inspection of the Benc...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week.   Monday-25 m past 7 in the morning 50 m past 7 in the evening         Tuesday.--15 m past 8 in the morning     40 m past 8 at night         Wednes.---5 m past 9 in the morning 30 m past 9 at night         Thursd. -55 m past 9 in the morning 20 m past 10 at night Friday - 45 m past 10 in the forenoon,   20 m past 11 at night     Saturday- -45 m past 11 in the forenoon   Sunday--- 10 m past 12 in the morning 35 m past 11 at noon

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

General Orders.             Mr. G. B BLAXCELL is appointed to act   as Secretary during Mr. CHAPMAN'S   Absence from the Colony. Mr. G. W. EVANS is appointed Lieute-     nant of the Parramatta Association. By Command of His Excellency,         G. B. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec.   Government House, Sydney.     April 20th, 1804.    

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ANSWER To the AENIGMA by a JUNIOR COR RESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

    ANSWER To the ÆNIGMA by a JUNIOR COR- RESPONDENT.   No Grammer have I---but to puzzle my brain I strove your Ænigma to solve,     I read and construde it again and again   And long did the Question revolve:   I toil'd to no purpose --- thrice gave the job o'er, Still pois'd by a relick of Sanity, When accident happily open'd a door Disclosing the picture of V-an-it-y"'.   A SUBSCRIBER.

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

SHIP NEWS. At ten o'clock on Friday night returned     His Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nel-   son from Newcastle, where she arrived     with the Resource and James the day after     her departure from this Port; and has   brought up besides a small quantity of   Coal, 26 fine logs of rich Cedar. We have also the satisfaction to announce that the     Lady Nelson left the whole of the Establish- ment in perfect health and good order.       Two out of the four men who left the Set- tlement some time ago, and have kept about     the Coal Harbour, were killed by the Natives;   and the other two with Serjeant Day's boat   made their escape towards Port Stephen on   the Lady Nelson's appearance. On Thursday arrived from Bass's Straits, the Surprise, Messrs. Kable and Underwood own-     ers. The Master, mentions that the Per- severance and Pilgrim, an American   ship and small Cutter, have been several months in t...

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EXAMINATIONS Before HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVER NOR AND MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

EXAMINATIONS Before HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVER- NOR AND MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. Two Seamen belonging to the Marcia were brought before the Bench, charged by their employer with neglect of duty and a direct refusal to comply with the Orders of   the masters of the said vessel, who appeared to         support the charge, and further stated that   one of the people had treated him with ap- probrious language and abuse. They both       denied the charge, but after a severe repri- mand one was permitted to return to his du- ty at the intercession of the employer Mr. S. Lord, the other to work for Government. Wm. Lane, a prisoner, was a second time examined on a charge of petty theft in the Dwelling-house of Wm. Burbridge, at the Upper-end of Pitt's Row, and was sentenced 50 lashes, and the Goal-gang till further Or- ders. Several persons were fined for disor- derly behaviour the preceding evening, a...

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

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, From the innumerable complaints to which some bakers expose themselves on account of   the weight or quality of the bread they make for sale, I almost feel myself an advocate for   the oriental usage of the BASTINADO against the trading pecculator. The cause of these abuses originate, in all probability, from there being some among the number who   only carry on the business PERIODICALLY,       and are therefore careless as to name and character. Thus, in the harvest season, new ovens are constructed in all quarters of the   Town, utensils are scrambled together, some times upon credit, Duns become clamorous     and must be paid: The fair and moderate profits derived from the sale of the commo-   dity is by no means adequate to answer all     the needful purpose, and the experiment of   ...

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IMPORTANT East-India Intelligence, SELECTED FROM THE CALCUTTA GAZETTES EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

IMPORTANT East-India Intelligence,         SELECTED FROM THE CALCUTTA GAZETTES EXTRAORDINARY.     On the 27th of October last General LAKE       marched in pursuit of the Mahratta Division which was composed of the Brigade that had been detached from the Deccan in the early part of the campaign, and of a few Battalions that had effected their escape from Delhi,     which were furnished with a numerous Artil- lery; and before the British Army could   reach the Enemy's Camp to the Westward of     Furnbar, General LAKE received intelligence that their whole force was moving rapidly             towards that place; in consequence of which     information the heavy Artillery were left     under a sufficient ...

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SELECTIONS FROM THE ORDINARY CALCUTTA GAZETTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

            SELECTIONS FROM THE ORDINARY CALCUTTA GAZETTES,     The following melancholy circumstance occurred at Madras in the latter end of the   month of October last:     Colonel MEURON and Family, with seve- ral other very respectable persons; embarked   in an accommodation boat, on a visit on   board the Union, lying in the Roads, the surf running rather high. When the boat had nearly reached the vessel, she suddenly veered round, owing as was supposed to the wind setting in from the Southward, and a sea stri- king her at the moment was instantaneously overturned ; by which accident we are sin- cerely concerned to state, the Colonel lost his     life, as did his daughter also, a young lady of worth and beauty, and Lieut. Holborn of the 34th Regt - - - all very much lamented. All the French prisoners lately take...

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LOSS OF THE CALEDONIA. THURS, AUG. l8, l803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

LOSS OF THE CALEDONIA. THURS, AUG. 18, 1803 On Tuesday accounts were received in     town from Bombay, that give the melancholy tidings of the loss of the ship Caledonia, Cap. George Thomas, on the 29th July by fire, in latitude 18 3 N. and longitude 71 45 E. only twenty-four hours sail from Bombay   In less than five minutes from the first ap- pearance of the fire, the Caledonia was all in flames, and totally consumed within an hour     when every exertion to save the ship was un-   availing, the boats were hoisted out, and Capt     and Mrs Thomas, with Colonel Paterson,     Mr. Rose, two Women, seventeen Soldiers, three Sailors, seventeen Lascars, two Sepoys,       and seven Servants, in all 53 Souls, made for     the land, and most providentially reached it,   next morning, a...

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FROM A LONDON PAPER. MARCH 21, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

FROM Á LONDON PAPER,         MARCH 21, 1803   The following Extract of a Letter from an     Officer arrived from Carthagena, we con- sider to be important:--     "The Spaniards are laying up and dis-     mantling all the ships of war that were at   Carthagena. --Five sail of the line, one of   which is a fast one, called the Indian, are   laid up ashore, and a sister ship called the         Prince, has sailed for Foriel to be laid up   there. The magazines at Carthagena are       without stores of every description; scarce a       coil of rope, a bolt of canvas, or spar that       would make a lower-yard. The artificers   were discharged for want of money to pay       them. Certificates were given to them, as   wel...

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TORBAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 April 1804

TORBAY, JUNE 15     Yesterday one of our fishing-boats fell in     with a large ship off Berry in a fog, she hailed and told the fishermen she wanted a Pilot for       Plymouth or Torbay, and went into the lat-         ter place; she proved to be the Rosamond     from St. Domingo, laden with coffee, Cot-     ton, and Sugar, valued at 3?,000l, a prize   to His Majesty's Ship Thunderer. It was             also reported that Capt Beafors had fallen     in with and captured in sail more of the St.   Domingo fleet.        

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

Postscript Having been indulged with a perusal of the India Papers down to the latter end of December last, we have made some selections of an important and interesting nature. The annunciation of the brilliant successes of His Majesty's Arms throughout the Eastern       Hemisphere, and the total reduction of the     enemies of the House of Delhi, whose sub- jugation formed and indispensible preliminary     to the re-establishment of tranquility in       the company's Territories, must be highly   grateful to the inhabitants of a Colony whose     patriotic attachment to their King and Coun- try requires no embellishment.   The prodigious losses sustained by the       armies of Scindiah and his co-operants, would   from the returns appear wholly insurmounta-     ble;...

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