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LONDON PAPERS. EXTERMINATION OF THE SMALL POX. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

LONDON PAPERS. EXTERMINATION OF THE SMALL POX. A Public Meeting was some time since   held at the London Tavern, to consider of the best Means of promoting Inoculation by the Cow-pock, agreeable to Dr. Jenner's Dis-   covery. The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor took     the Chair at about a quarter after one o'clock. He explained in a short but impressive speech   with what pleasure he saw round him a Meet-   ing of Noblemen and Gentlemen, so emi-   nently respectable ; how great he conceived to be the utility of Vaccination ; and how sublime the beneficence that would labour to   make it, as soon as possible, the means of exterminating the ills of one of the most ter-   rible afflictions under which Humanity had   ever suffered. Mr. Travers stated, that for a thousand     years the Small pox had thinned the Popula-     tion of Europe,...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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CURIOUS EPITAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

CURIOUS EPITAPHS. In the old church of Riverton is the fol-   lowing curious Epitaph : " Ho, ho, who lies here ? " Tis I, the good old Earl of Devonshire, " With Kate, my wife, to me full dear. " That we spent we had ; " That we left we lost ; " That we give we have." This inscription may seem odd; but at-   tentively considered, it contains an excellent moral lesson, and estimates true value and     use of riches.   The following Epitaph is taken from a tomb-stone at Gunwallow, near Helstone, Cornwal : SHALL WE ALL DIE?     WE SHALL DIE ALL. ALL DIE SHALL WE?   DIE ALL WE SHALL. The latter is equally innocent and imper- sonal void of panegyric and allusion to the   character or condition of whomsoever it was   designed to commemorate, and its application accordingly unlimited. The instription con- tains four complete simple sentences, distinctly and curi...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, Having observed in your last the Portrai- ture of an Itinerant Dealer, I beg to furnish you with a Counter-part to the Piece, com- prising the etched Outline of a FAIR HUXTER.     For the credit of my subject, I shall not ex- tend the perspective to more than a twelve- month's distance, at about which period she procured an honest and comfortable livelihood by serving the Public in the Avocation of a Fish-vender; and, by means of an established reputation, might, when taken at a NON- PLUS, have been accommodated with her   scaly merchandize on credit. Dissatisfied at length with an Employment that she could no longer consider as sufficiently eligible or advantageous, she began seriously       to think of relinquishing the habit of industry in favour of a more desirable occupation, in   which her knowledge of the world and na- tural talents might be employed to advantage, and a...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

SHIP NEWS.                 On Tuesday sailed the brig Harrington.              On Friday sailed the sloop Edwin for Newcastle:      And yesterday the Scorpion whaler, Capt.   Dagg intending to return in about three months.   Yesterday the Marcia went out of the Cove,   to proceed to the Northward.   Boats. - Came in from Hawkesbury on   Tuesday the Argument and Relief.     Sailed for ditto on Wednesday, the Hunter                and Hawksbury, both belonging to Mr.         Thompson; and same day the           Improvement.     &n...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA   1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVTISE MENTS RECEIVED BY C. HOWE.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

Commissary's Office' May 11, 1804. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the   Deputy Commissaries at Sydney and Par- ramatta, and the storekeeper at Hawkesbury,           will be ready to receive FAT BARROW     HOGS in return for ALL MEAT, or in Payment of Government Debts at six pence per lb. when killed. They are to be carried to the stores on Wednesday after the 4th         of June until 31st of August in readiness           to be killed and salted on Thursdays. No   more swine alive will be received in pay- ment of Government Debts     By Command of His Excellency, J PALMER, Commissary.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

NOTICE.     A GARDENER WANTED. ALSO, AN Overseer, who is capable of taking   Charge of an extensive Stock of Horn Cattle        and Sheep.   As Liberal Wages will be given, no   Persons but those who are free and can pro-        duce Certificates of their honesty and conduct   will be attend to. Apply to Mr. Campbell.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

NOTICE.           LETTERS from Europe, addressed to the persons under-named, are in the hands of Mr. W Richardson, Orderly Serjeant, who will deliver them when claimed. George Cooper John Johnson Wm. Runton George Jackson John Godwin     Charles Silk   John How Francis Whiting Edward Phillips Joseph Nobbs     Sarah Wiggans John Balford   Thomas Cable Pitman.   FOR SALE,           At the House of Serjt. William Packer Pitt's Row, GOOD Green Tea 6s, Sugar 10d. per lb.   Men and Women's Shoes   Bandance, Scarlet, and other Hifs. British Prints 3s 9d to 5s per yard       India Prints 1s 9d to 2s per ditto.     India Checque 16s per piece     British Cheques 5 9 s wide...

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TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

          TO A CORESPONDENT.   <~~~>   The song entitled "BANTI" is incompre-         hensible ; the measure irregular, and for the most part UNLIMITED, but, as           Non descript it might be noticed, had it   even brevity to recommend it. Should     the POET again design favouring us with   a STAVE, we trust he will avoid unneces- sary circumlocution, that drags out a dis- interesting subject to the rotundity of a HOOP.  

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The following Particulars relative to the Persons who left the Colony in the Ship Plomer in the beginning of 1801, we extract from a Letter received by a Gentleman from Capt. Wilson of the Royal Admiral. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

        The following Particulars relative to the Persons who left the Colony in the Ship   Plomer in the beginning of 1801, we ex- tract from a Letter received by a Gentle- man from Capt. Wilson of the Royal Ad- miral. "Harris, who took passage per the Plo-   mer, is lately arrived in London, and gives an interesting account of that vessel's pro-     gress after she left New South Wales, "On the 2d of March, 1801 she arrived   at New Zealand and sailed again the 20th of August following for Toongataboo, where     being unable to procure supplies, she sailed     again to the Fever Islands, and there got up          on a reef at entering the harbour's mouth,     whereby the ship was considerably damaged   a part of her after keel being knocked off and   &nbsp...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week.   Monday...20 m past 12 in the morning 50 m past 12 at noon Tuesday---14 m past 1 in the morning 40 m past 1 in the afternoon Wednesd---5 m past 2 in the morning 30 m past 2 in the afternoon Thursda... 55 m past 2 in the morning 20 m past 3 in the afternoon Friday---45 m past 3 in the morning 10 m past 4 in the afternoon     Saturday---35 m past 4 in the morning 50 m past 4 in the afternoon         Sunday 15 m past 5 in the morning     40 m past 5 in the evening              

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

General Orders.       Mr. WILLIAM SUTTON is appointed to act as Store- keeper and issue the provisions at Castle Hill until further Orders. By Command of HIS EXCELLENCY,   G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, May 11, 1804.    

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

SHIP NEWS.       On Monday arrived the Coromandel   Transport, Capt Blakey, Capt. Robinson,   her former Commander, having died on the passage, off St. Salvador. She left England the 4th of December last, in company with the Experiment Transport, hourly expected to arrive. The Coromandel has brought Ensigns Draffin and Cressey, with Thirty Non-     commissioned Officers and Privates of the   New South Wales Corps, and two hundred Prisoners with two complete Salt-pans, &c. The Detachment and Prisoners were all landed in that state of good health which has ever been the case in the ships belonging to   the Hurrys, and to Reeves and Green.       A hundred and sixty of the Prisoners were     immediately sent to Parramatta, and the rest     distributed to the different Public Employ-   &a...

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LONDON. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. NOVEMBER. 12. ADMIRALTY OFFICE, NOV, 12. Copy of a Letter from Rear-Admiral Sir J. T. DUCKWORTH, K. B. Commander in Chief of HIS MAJESTY'S Ships and Vessels at Jamaica, to Sir EVAN NEPEAN, Bart, dated on board His Majesty's Ship Bellerophon, at sea, Aug, 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

LONDON. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 12. ADMIRALTY OFFICE, NOV. 12. Copy of a Letter from Rear-Admiral Sir J. T. Duckworth, K. B. Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Ships and Ves- sels at Jamaica, to Sir EVAN NEPEAN, Bart, dated on board His Majesty's Ship Bellerophon, at sea, Aug, 13 "On the 5th instant, between Nicola     Mole and Cape Francois, I fell in with the   Elephant, when Captain Dundas informed   me that two line of battle ships, with the frigate Guerrier, had got out of the Cape in   a very violent squall, late in the afternoon of   the 24th, and that the Duquesne, of 74 guns,   had been captured in the afternoon of the 25th, but the Duguay Trouen, from superio- rity of sailing, had escaped, although the Elephant had commenced an action within point blank shot; but for the particulars of   these transactions I beg to refer their Lord- ships to the Letter of Captain LORING ; and     I tru...

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DEFENCE OF THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

DEFENCE OF THE THAMES.   This grand object is now sufficiently and most effectually provided for. Though only   40 or 50 men are at present on board each     ship, every thing is prepared for the reception     of the respectable Corps attached to this ser-   vice, and all other auxiliary aid. They are   complete in their equipment as to Ordnance ; and the East-India Company is fitting ten hoys with carronades, to take their stations between each frigate. We understand the     Return of the Corps is about 1400 men in the whole, of which 400 are always on ac-   tual service ; the ships in line forming a cres- cent. The Lucy, Wilson, from Barbadoes, ar- rived at Liverpool, brings Accounts that the Dutch Colonies of Demerara & Essquibo   surrendered on the 19th of September to the       ...

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The Royal Jennerian Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

The Royal Jennerian Society Took its Rise in January, 1803, in consequence of a Requisition signed by His Royal Highness the Duke of CLARENCE, several of the Nobility, the LORD MAYOR, and many other active and benevolent Individuals of rank and respectability, who convened a Meeting at the     London Tavern, where an unaminous sentiment prevailed as to the importance of the object: the establishment of this useful Institution was         resolved upon; a Subscription was entered into, and an Address to the Public adopted.     It has been thought proper to notice these circumstances respecting the origin of the Society, as meriting the particular attention of the   chief Magistrates and principal inhabitants of the several Cities and Towns of the United Kingdom, with the earnest hope of inducing them to adopt similar measures within the sphere of their influence ; as by such extens...

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A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE NATURAL SMALLPOX, INOCULATED SMALLPOX, and INOCULATED COW POX. in their Effects on individuals and Society [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

      A COMPARATIVE VIEW OF THE NATURAL SMALL POX, and INOCULATED SMALL POX, and INOCULATED COW POX, in their Effects on Individuals and Society     X. C P ALL SM HISTORY. For 12 centuries this disease has been known to     continue its ravages, destroying in every year       an immense proportion of the whole popula-   ion of the world.         Circumstances attendant and consequent on the Diseases respectively, independent of Con-       tagious and Mortality.   General C??r??r   Mortality.       A contagious disease;   in some instances mild,   but for the most part   violent, painful, loath- some, and dangerous.   to life. Danger   Eruptions Confine-ment. Expen...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 May 1804

SYDNEY.       On Thursday His EXCELLENCY left town                         for Parramatta, visited CastIe Hill, and yes- terday evening returned to Sydney. In addition to the Gentlemen mentioned in     the first page of this Paper to have already made the Experiment of Vaccine Inoculation       in this part of the Southern Hemisphere, we       have the happiness to state, that Mr. SA-     VAGE has also contributed his exertions to       the general and much desired object by per-       forming the operation upon several children     as soon as the matter was received ; and we   &...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

High Water at Parramatta   l h. 15 m. after Sydney. Printed at Sydney, and advertise- ments received by G. Howe.            

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STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the shade at GOVERNMENT-HOUSE, SYDNEY, for the last Fortnight (commencing Sunday 6th,) with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

                                                  STATE OF THE BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the Shade at GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, for the last Fortnight (commencing               Sunday, May 6th.) with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER, DAY. Sun Mo Tu W Th Fri Sat Sun M Tu   W Th   F Sat BAROMETER. 5 in the m. inch 100p 29 67 29 84 29 99 30 6 30 11 30 12                 30 21         &...

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