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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

NOTICE. THE COMMITTEE of ORPHANS meet at the House on Monday next the 21st Instant, at 11 o'Clock in the forenoon. Bv Order of the Committee D. D. MANN, Clerk. Sydney, May 19, 1804. To be Sold by Auction,   On Tuesday next the 22d Inst. at 11 o'Clock,   by S. LORD, at his Warehouse, Sydney. THE Residue of the Investment imported in     the Coromandel, consisting of the follow- ing Articles, viz,   Linen Shirts ¦ Jewllery Camp Kettles ¦ A few pieces of Scotch Gold and Silver ¦ Plaid Watches ¦ Leaf Tobacco     Several Articles of Wearing Apparel the property of the late Capt. Robinson. Sydney, May 18. TO BE SOLD, At Mr. SUTTOR's NURSERY, Balkham- Hills, A Variety of Young FRUIT TREES, &c, consisting of Apples, Pears, Early Peaches,   Figs, Apricots, a few Almonds of a particu- lar fine sort from the Cape; Pomegranites, Lemons, Locusts, Raspberries, large Chily  ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

  HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday... 6 in the morning 25 m past 6 in the evening Tuesday... 50 m past 6 in the morning 20 m past 7 in the evening   Wednesd... 50 m past 7 in the morning 15 m past 8 at night   Thursda... 40 m past 8 in the morning 5 m past 9 at night   Friday... 30 m past 9 in the morning 55 m past 9 at night Saturday...20 m past 20 in the forenoon   45 m past 10 at night   Sunday... 10 m past 11 in the forenoon 35 m past 11 at night

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS Received by HIS EXCELLENCY from the Right Honorable LORD HOBART, HIS MAJESTY'S Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies. &c &c &c, CIRCULAR.] DOWNING-STREET, May 16th, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS Received by HIS EXCELLENCY from the Right Honorable LORD HOBART, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Colonies. &c &c &c, [ClRCULAR.] DOWNING-STREET, May 16th, 1803. SIR,   I have received the King's commands to   acquaint you, that in consequence of the un- favorable termination of the discussions lately          depending between His Majesty and the French Government (of the probability of which result I gave you notice in my secret   Letter of the 7th Instant), His Majesty's Am- bassador left Paris on the 13th Instant.     In consequence of this event His Majesty has been pleased to order that letters of Marque or Commissions of Privateers should       be issued with all despatch in the usual man- ner. I am now to signify to you the King's Commands that you do immediately cause the above Intelligence to be made as public as possi...

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HIS MAJESTY's MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH TO PARLIAMENT. Delivered from the Throne on Tuesday the 22d of November, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

HIS MAJESTY's MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH to PARLIAMENT. Delivered from the Throne on Tuesday the   22d of November, 1803.   " My Lords and Gentlemen,   " Since I last met you in parliament it has been my chief object to carry into effect those measures which your wisdom had adopted for the defence of the United Kingdom, and for the vigorous prosecution of the War. In   these preparations I have been seconded by   the voluntary excitions of all ranks of my people, in a manner that has, if possible, strengthened their claims to my confidence and affection ; they have proved that the me- naces of the enemy have only served to rouse   their native and hereditary spirit ; and that all other considerations are left in a general disposition to make those efforts and sacrifices   which the honour and safety of the kingdom   demand at this important and critical con- juncture.---Though my attent...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

General Orders. BY Lieutenant-Governor FO-     VEAUX's Request, no Pay-         ment will be made either at       this Place or at Norfolk Island       of the Deputy Commissary's Receipts for         Grain or Swine's Flesh put into the Stores at       Norfolk Island, unless the same are transmitted thither by the first Conveyance from hence,   empowering some Person there to receive the Amount,   by Command of HIS EXCELLENCY,        G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec.       Government House, Sydney,     May 15th, 1804.       PURSUANT to HIS MAJESTY's Pleasure   &nb...

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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

Ship News On Monday last arrived the Britannia   South Whaler, commanded by Captain QUES-       TERD, last from Norfolk Island, whence she sailed a fortnight before. She left England   the 19th of May, 1803; and has on board,     besides 126 tons of Spermacetti Oil, 4 Firkins   of Butter 2 Casks of excellent Vinegar, and     one ditto of Wheat Sieves,     On Tuesday appeared in sight the ship A- lexander, Captain RHODES; but unable to     make the Port owing to contrary wind, brought up in Broken Bay, from whence she may be expected round as soon as the wind permits.                 Shortly after she appeared in sight, Lieu- tenant HOUSTOUN from Norfolk Island left     the ship in one of her whale-boats, and in a few hours arrived safely wi...

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Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

    Sydney Gazette. All the Accounts of the formidable prep-     rations of France for the meditated project of Invasion that have fallen into our hands, tend   uniformly to the establishment of an opinion that her new fashions are if possible ???   calculated than any former to inspire appre- hension, or to impress the minds of our gal- lant Tars with any other than a sentiment 0f         ineffeble contempt : to illustrate which we for         the present content ourselves with the follow-, ing by no means singular instance of Repub- lican heroism, copied verbatim from the Na- val Intelligence of Bell's Weekly Messenger : " On Wednesday the 16th instant (Nov) the Griffin, cruising off St. Valery, at 3 P M.   discovered eleven sail of the enemy's gun   vessels coming down under ...

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Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

Court of Criminal Juris- diction.     On Thursday a little after ten o'clock   the Court assembled for the trial of offen- ders; when       James Bevan, otherwise Warminster, char-   ged with the rape of an infant eight years   old, was put to the Bar and arraigned.   Several witnesses for the prosecution were   examined, whose joint testimony though   chiefly circumstantial was of that clear and   decisive nature that joined to the testimony   of a Surgical Gentleman who had attended   the child under a virulent distemper with       which the prisoner at the Bar had been for a     considerable time afflicted, and to the artless       explanation of the infant herself, each particle                of w...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 May 1804

  SYDNEY.     The experiment of Vaccination upon several Children of the Military, mentioned in   our last to have been made by Mr. HARRIS, Surgeon of the New South Wales Corps, has     not been attended with the wished for success. That Gentleman on Thursday last repeated the trial upon four others, in   a manner not before tried: subsequent ap-     pearance seems to indicate the happiest ef fect; and the event will, we ardently hope,   realize the most sanguine expectation. On Friday the Salt Pans brought by the Coromandel for the use of Government were   landed at the Hospital Wharf,   The Porter imported by the above ship sold   at Four Guineas per Cask, containing 40 Gal-   lons--- the Retail Price Five Shillings per Gallon; and the Butter, generally pretty good, was bought up with avidity at 2s. per lb. On Thursday afternoo...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

High Water at Parramatta 1 H, 15 M. after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE-                           MENT» RtCBiVb» » Y G. HcWS.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

The Alexander Whaler will   be ready for Sea to-morrow:     All Persons therefore who have     CLAIMS or DEMANDS on   Capt. RHODES are requested to present the   same forthwith.   To Be Sold Bv Private Contract,   A Handsome NEW SLOOP, called the FLY, built at Sydney, Eighteen Tons burthen, and well adapted to the Hawkesbury or any other Colonial Trade.   Storable Wheat will be received in Pay-     ment ; and further Information given by   BRYAN EGAN, on the Rocks. 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 an...

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HIGHWATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday... 5 m past 12 at noon       Tuesday... 35 m past 12 in the morning 1 in the afternoon     Wednesd... 30 m past 1 in the morning 55 m past 1 in the afternoon Thursda... 25 m past 2 in the morning 50 m past 2 in the afternoon Friday... 15 m past 3 in the morning 40 m past 3 in the afternoon   Saturday...5 m past 4 in the morning   30 m past 4 in the afternoon   Sunday... 55 m past 4 in the morning 20 m past 5 in theevening  

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Proclamation. PHILIP GIDLEY KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

Proclamation. PHILIP GIDLEY KING.   WHEREAS it has been represented to me   that the Commanders of some American     Vessels have without any Permission or Au-     thority whatever, not only greatly inconveni-            nced His MAJESTY'S Subjects in resorting     to and continuing among the different Islands   in and about Bass Straits, for Skins and Oil.   to the hindrance of the Coasting Trade of this, Territory and its Dependencies, but have also,     in Violation of the Laws of Nations, and in   Contempt of the local Regulations of this     Territory, proceeded to build Vessels on the     Islands in the said Straits, and in other Places     within defined Limits of this His Majes-     ty's Territory of New South Wales and...

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COMMISSARY'S OFFICE, May 11, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 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 Salt Meat, or in Payment of Go- vernment Debts, at Sixpence per Pound when killed:--- They are to be carried to the stores on Wednesdays, after the 4th of June until the 31st of August, in readiness to be killed and salted on Thursdays. No more Swine, alive, will be received in Payment of Govern- ment Debts. By Command of His Excellency,     J. PALMER, Commissary. Last night arrived the ship Fair Ame-     rican, Capt. Farrol, last from Manilla.    

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EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

EXECUTION.       On Monday last, pursuant to his Sentence,   James Bevan, nick-named Warminster (that being the spot of his nativity), was taken   to the place of Execution and between the   hours of ten and eleven left suspended. Having previously acknowledged himself guilty of the offence for which he was to a-   tone by an ignominious death, before he as-             cended the cart he declared to the MINISTER               that another, on whom the suspicion of the infant's father had also fallen, and who had       given testimony against him on the trial, was no less criminal than himself,--- How far from a declaration, even in his dying moment was to be credited, the conscienceof the ac-     cused can alone determine here, as he must an- swer to t...

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The Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

The Contest. Lately launched from Underwood's Yard, the Sloop Contest, length of keel 35 feet,   and 44 tons burthen. This was the first vessel lain down in the     Colony, permission having been previously obtained for that purpose from His Excel-     lency Governor HUNTER six years ago,     in order to reduce the carriage of Wheat from Hawksbury from 15d to 10d per bushel. The plan was originally intended   to be executed bv twelve tradesmen ; but   after the permission was obtained, all but     four thought proper to recede ; these, how- ever, entered into a joint obligation to   proceed in the design, or forfeit the sum of 40l. sterling. Mr. Stephen Tadd, Carpenter   of the Barwell, left his ship purposely to build     this vessel upon wages at 7s. 6d, per diem.       and un...

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EXAMINATIONS. BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

  EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. Wm. Richardson, a seaman, brought a com-   plaint against his Commander for ill treat-       ment, by beating him when at sea. The master of the vessel admitted the charge,     but justified upon the grounds of provocation and frequent aggression.     The complainant's evidence went no fur-   ther than to prove what was admitted, but   on the other side it appeared, from the evi-   dence of all the Officers and others, that his     conduct was generally insolent, and that the           treatment of which he complained would have authorised much greater severity had it       been practised.   There was much room to conceive that the ignorance of this man had rendered him   &a...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

SYDNEY.   On Monday last, at four in the afternoon the remains of the late Mr. R. SIMPSON   were interred. A number of his Friends attended on the melancholy occasion, and we may venture to affirm that the concern uni- versally expressed was genuine and sincere.   EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE ( copied from a Provincial Paper of November last. - At Raarworth, in the County of Norfolk, a singular marriage was lately celebrated; the   bridegroom had passed his 80th year, and the   lady had nearly compleated her 63d. The former had had three wives, and the latter an equal number of husbands. The bride's daughter attended the nuptials, and very   a propos had also just three times promised obedience at the hymencal altar. We cannot forbear copying the following   extraordinary passage from a Parisian Extract, as it adds to the catalogue of Republican virtues a striking example of Consular JUSTICE, " The ...

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LONDON, NOVEMBER 27, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

LONDON, NOVEMBER 27, 1803.             At twelve on Thursday morning, the 24th inst. the remains of the much-respected Admiral PAYNE were removed from Greenwich Hos-   pital with great funeral pomp. The distin- guished Characters that attended on the oc- casion evinced the high estimation in which the late Admiral was held in private life. We are concerned to hear of dreadful da- mage having been done at Funchi the prin- cipal town of the island of Madeira. The   greatest part of the Town was destroyed, and swept into the sea. An immense quantity of wine was carried into the sea from the stores, and from a thousand to fourteen hundred of the inhabitants were missing, probably washed into the sea in the inundation, and drowned. From the description of this disaster there is no doubt of its having been occasioned by   the bursting of a water-spout over the town,   The n...

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LONDON GAZETTE. Admiralty Office, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804

LONDON GAZETTE,             Admiralty Office, Nov. 24.   A letter from Sir James SAUMAREZ in-   troduces the following :     "His Majesty's Ship Paulette, at Sea,   Nov. 15, 1803. "Sir,   "As I was passing the Island of Alderney   this morning, about a quarter past eleven I came up with a convoy belonging to the Ene- my consisting of about thirty sail, steering to   the Eastward, escorted by several Armed Ves-       sels, and in the act of rounding Cape La Hogue. " I have great plessure in acquainting you, that the Attack made on them by His Majesty's Ship under my Command was such   as to compel their crews to run them on the     rocks, where they became completely ex- posed to our shot, as well as the dangers inci- dent to th...

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