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Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Ship News. On Monday last the Alexander whaler, Captain RHODES, came into the Cove. She left Norfolk Island the 7th of the present &nbsp; month, and brought up in Broken Bay the 16th; was at New Zealand in February last, &nbsp; on the 22nd of which she sailed from thence. &nbsp; It is the intention of Captain RHODES to proceed from hence to Adventure Bay to fill &nbsp; up with elephant oil; and proposes returning &nbsp; &nbsp; to Port Jackson about the latter end of Octo- ber. On Wednesday morning arrived the Edwin and Raven from Newcastle. &nbsp; &nbsp; The latter freighted with 22 fine Cedar &nbsp; Logs, and one ton of Coals. She is only 11 tons burthen, and made the passage down in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; fourteen hours, with 24 persons to join the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Establishement, besides her own peo...
HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR requests the Pianosore of the OFFICERS Civil and Military, with their LADIES, to a BALL and SUPPER at Government-House, on GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 May 1804
HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR requests &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the Pleasure of the OFFICERS Civil and Military, with their LADIES, to a BALL and SUPPER at Government-House, on Monday the 4th of June, being the Anni- versary of HIS MAJESTY'S BIRTH-DAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GENERAL ORDERS. WEEKLY Private Signals being directed &nbsp; to be be shewn from the Flag-staff at King's Town in Newcastle District, on the Arrival of &nbsp; all Vessels at that Port, the Masters will be &nbsp; &nbsp; careful not to anchor until they have observed &nbsp; &nbsp; the Signal indicated; for which purpose they &nbsp; will receive a sealed Paper, containing the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Signals for a Fortnight after their Departure &nbsp; from hence, at the time t...
THE PLAGUE. [FROM A BOSTON PAPER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
THE PLAGUE. [FROM A BOSTON PAPER.] To compensate for the distresses brought on humanity by the campaigns in Egypt during the late war, it is con- &nbsp; soling to reflect upon the discoveries &nbsp; which have been made by English and French physicians and officers, of the true nature of the Plague. Among all the &nbsp; writers of both nations, Assalina and Sir &nbsp; Robert Wilson deserve most credit. The latter disapproves the old superstitious &nbsp; notion, that this disease imported from &nbsp; &nbsp; Turkey into Egypt. He proves that it &nbsp; is the effect of exhalation from the pu- &nbsp; trid matter left by the overflowing of the &nbsp; Nile, and from other liquid and putrid &nbsp; matters in other parts of the country. &nbsp; He says it is communicated by the atmos- &nbsp; &nbsp; phere, and that persons recover by being &nbsp; removed from the places wher...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
SHIP NEWS. The fair American, Capt. Farrell, whose arrival was announced last week, sailed from Manilla the 1st of January &nbsp; &nbsp; last, with 32 Cows and 4 Buffaloes on board, all which died on the passage. These were taken in at one of the Phi- &nbsp; &nbsp; lippine islands called Penye. On Tuesday last the George, Mr. Wm. Stuart Master, arrived from Bass's Straits with 600 Skins, and 9 tons of &nbsp; Elephant Oil. On Monday came in the Endeavour, belonging to Messrs. Kable and Under- &nbsp; wood, Mr. J. Oliphant Master, with 2475 hair and fur Skins. She was four months out, and reports that the Ameri- can ship Perseverance of Boston, Capt. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Delno, intends shortly visiting Port &nbsp; Jackson, together with the Pilgrim, Schooner. Remain with the above the Corro- mandel; also the Alexander and Britannia Whalers. &nbsp;
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
COMMISSARY'S OFFICE, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; June 2d, 1804, &nbsp; THE Arabian STALLION, SHARK, brought in the Ship Mersey, having &nbsp; &nbsp; been purchased by HIS EXCELLENCY and transfered to Government for the pur- &nbsp; pose of improving the Breed of Horses in &nbsp; this Colony : and to enable every descrip- tion of Persons to profit thereby, the Pro- prietors of such MARES as may prove &nbsp; with foal are to make the following Pay- ment, viz. &nbsp; Into His Majesty's Store for the Public Use Ten Bushels of Wheat : To the Persons having the care of the &nbsp; Horse, Thirty Shillings. By Command of His Excellency, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; J. PALMER Commissary. &nbsp; SECRETARY's OFFICE, June 1,1804. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ALL those having any Claims or De- &...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
NOTICE. 'A EL Persons who have any Claims -^ or Da M a i» D3 on LD WARD or Sa RA H WILLS, of Sydney, are defired to fuvnifh tfeir Ascounis forthwith, that they may be difchaiçcd : And iuch as frand indebted to mc ahove Panier, or enhtr of îhem, s re here y r&lt; quired, (u> i rêvent trouble and ex pence, to pnv ihc fine before th&lt;* jgth of this prefnt Jnflant, June, that day being ap- pointed for the re-opening of die Civil O'un. NOTICE. ANY Quantity of TEA and SUGAR &nbsp; to be purchased at very reasonable prices of &nbsp; &nbsp; J. UNDERWOOD; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; And for which good storeable Maize will be &nbsp; accepted in Payment. &nbsp; N O T î C -E. GARDENER WANTED 1 ^ ALSO -3 AN Overfeer, who js capable of taking Ch,ii&lt;¿e ni an exteanve Suck of Hum Canis and îbheep. * + * As Liberal Wsgts will be given, r>© Perfbns K'ir tnofc who are free and can pro- duce Crttrfh Aies of thei...
HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
&nbsp; HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing Week. &nbsp; &nbsp; Monday - 25 m past 5 in the morning 45 m past 5 in the evening Tuesday - 5 m past 6 in the morning 25 m past 6 în the eveníng Wednesd. - 45 m past 6 in the morning 5 m past 7 in the evening Thursday - 25 m past 7 in the morning 50 m past 7 in the evening Friday - 15 m past 8 in the morning 40 m past 8 at night Saturday - 5 m past 9 in the morning 30 m past 9 at night Sunday - 55 m past 9 in the morning 20 m past 12 at night PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.
General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
General Orders. HIS EXCELLENCY having taken up the Contest, Sloop, to convey &nbsp; part of the Detachment, &c, to PORT DALRYMPLE, the Integrity's sailing is defered till Tuesday next the 5th In- &nbsp; stant. By Command of His Excellency, &nbsp; G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; May 28th, 1804. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
proclamation. PHILIP GIDLEY KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
Proclamation. PHILIP GIDLEY KING. In Consequence of the illicit and im- &nbsp; proper means that have been adopted, &nbsp; &nbsp; and still continue, To import and intro- &nbsp; &nbsp; duce Spirits into this Colony, in defiance of His MAJESTY'S Instructions, my Orders consequent thereon, the Procla- &nbsp; mation of HIS EXCELLENCY the MOST &nbsp; NOBLE the GOVERNOR GENERAL of &nbsp; the British Territories in the EAST IN- DIES, and the Communications made to &nbsp; &nbsp; the American Consuls, with the present &nbsp; &nbsp; arrival of an American Ship, having a quantity of Spirits from Bengal by way &nbsp; of Manilla, joined to the several instances of Ships not being allowed to land Spirits thus illicitly brought, for the purpose of &nbsp; impoverishing the Inhabitants, destroy- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing their Health, and subverting that re- gularity necessary...
DOWNING-STREET, JUNE 27, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
DOWNING- STREET, JUNE 27, 1803. SIR, His Excellency Connt WORONZOV, Amdassador Extraordinary and Minister &nbsp; Plenipotentiary of His Imperial Majesty &nbsp; &nbsp; the Emperor of Russia, at the Court of &nbsp; St. James's having notified to His Ma- &nbsp; jesty's Government an intended Expedi- tion of two Russian Vessels on a Voyage &nbsp; of Circumnavigation and Discovery, to &nbsp; proceed round Cape Horn to the North West Coast of America, and to return to &nbsp; &nbsp; Europe by the Cape of Good Hope; and having solicited, in the name of His Im- perial Majesty, that every mark of Friend- ship and Attention may be afforded to &nbsp; those Vessels and their Crews in all the &nbsp; Ports of His Majesty's Dominions at &nbsp; &nbsp; which they may touch ; And it being His &nbsp; &nbsp; Majesty's Intention to comply, in the ful- &nbsp; lest manner, wit...
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, Surrounded by neighbours of the in- ferior order, I hope, without incurring the displeasure of either individually, to censure trifling errors, by which their circumstances appear to be generally af- fected. A love of pleasure being their predo- minant folly, the sacrifices necessary to &nbsp; its gratification are no less conspicuous to others than absurd and reprehensible in themselves. Possessed of industry with- out economy, the ends of labour are per- verted, and the consequences the same to their families as if those essentials to their domestic comforts were reversed, and the &nbsp; want of industry tempered with a then useless and incompetent frugality. &nbsp; Among the most striking instances of this nature, I shall make a single allu- sion that will no doubt sufficiently jus- tify the remark. In the case in point &nbsp; the family consists of an industrious ar- &nbsp; &nbsp; tificer,...
EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
EXAMINATIONS. BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, MAY 29. A formal complaint was exhibited by &nbsp; &nbsp; the licensed Butchers, against certain &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; private retailers, who in opposition to &nbsp; the Ordnance forbidding the sale of But- &nbsp; cher's Meat, by persons unlicensed, were &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; in the habit of openly exposing meat for &nbsp; Sale, to the great prejudice of the con- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; plainant's trade and families. It hap- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; pened that the aggressors were of very contrasted characters that one was re- &nbsp; markable for the fairness of his general reputation, as was the other for the levity with which he treated so trivial a con- sideration. The Penalty incurred by the breach of the Ordinance was Five Pounds; &nbsp; but this being the first complaint that had been exhibi...
Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
Sydney. &nbsp; When the Trimmer came last down Hawkesbury River, she touched on a sunk Rock near Mud Island, lying in the middle of the channel, never before no- ticed. The boatmen say, that the cir- cumference of its head must be very small, is surrounded with very deep wa- ter, and that to avoid it it will be requi- site in coming down, "to keep the high &nbsp; land on board in the turn of the island". The following extraordinary recital comes to hand too well vouched to be omitted, or to admit a doubt of its au- &nbsp; thenticity. A Mountain Parrot belong- ing to Addy a Settler on the Banks of &nbsp; Hawkesbury, on the education of which &nbsp; more than ordinary pains had been be- stowed, boasted the talent, not only of prating with much ease and familiarity, &nbsp; but also of discriminately affixing to every &nbsp; &nbsp; member of the household its appropriate &nbsp; appellative. Ducks, turkies, geese, &a...
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ACCIDENTS. On Thursday forenoon, Thomas Rad- ford, overseer of Government Black- smiths, died suddenly. He had some time before laboured under a consumptive com- &nbsp; plaint, and was shortly prior to his death seized with a violent cough, which it is supposed hastened his departure. Same day a male infant fell into a well &nbsp; at the upper end of Chapel Row, and &nbsp; was some minutes after taken out life- less. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Tuesday last a child fifteen Months old was drowned in a duck pond at Par- amatta, into which it had accidentally fallen. On Wednesday another child little better than a twelvemonth old, also fell into a well on the Rocks, but having been providentially seen to fall in, was saved, but with extreme difficulty. &nbsp; &nbsp; We are concerned to state that a few of the Natives have again manifested...
POSTSCRIPT. PARRAMATTA, May 19, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
POSTSCRIPT. Parramatta, May 19, 1804. "SIR, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; In answer to your EXCELLENCY'S &nbsp; Letter of this Date, we have to state, that in the Children, inoculated from the Vaccine matter sent by the ROYAL JENNERIAN SOCIETY, it has failed; but out of the several Children inocu- lated by Mr. Savage, from Matter sent him by Mr. Ring, the Vaccine Pox succeeded in one instance, namely, the &nbsp; child of Jackson at Parramatta, from &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; which Pustule Mr. Savage inoculated four children in both arms, which suc- &nbsp; &nbsp; ceeded in every instance. Some of this &nbsp; Matter was introduced at Sydney, but from the advanced state of the Pustule it has failed ; however, from the chil- dren at Parramatta, from forty to fifty others have been inoculated ; and it is our decided opinion, that the Cow Pox is complete...
GENERAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 June 1804
GENERAL ORDERS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Such Children as the Parents or Guar- dians may wish to have inoculated, &nbsp; are to attend at Parramatta on Tuesday and Wednesday next, after which a per- manent attendance will be directed at &nbsp; Sydney, Parramatta, and Hawkesbury. The Magistrates at Hawkesbury hav- ing represented to the GOVERNOR that &nbsp; several Persons to whom Grounds have &nbsp; been measured on the lower part of that River, do not reside thereon,- but that &nbsp; the care of them is left to very indifferent characters ; and as the Settlers residence is necessary, for the protection of each other as well as of their individual pro- perty from ravages of the Natives in &nbsp; that newly settled Quarter, every Per- son holding the late measured Farms be- ing below Cachai Creek, are required to reside on them immediately; the Ma- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; gistrate being directe...