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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 June 1804

      SHIP NEWS.   On Tuesday arrived His Majesty's ship Buffalo, commanded by WILLIAM KENT Esq. from Bengal, whence she sailed the 10th day of March last. Her cargo of cattle consists of 77 head of horned cattle, all in sound health and good condition,   two capital Persian horses, and four fine   mares, which will prove a very valuable addition to the stock of Government, and essentially benefit that of the Colony in general. By the Buffalo India Gazettes of a late date are received, from one of which we extract some interesting information from Captain PALMER'S Narrative after the                   disastrous event at Wreck Reef, for which     we refer to the 3d page.   We have sincere satisfaction in announ-   cing upon the authenticity of a Gentle- man, that the English Pap...

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Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 June 1804

CRIMINAL COURT.   On Tuesday last at 10 o'clock the Court assembled, and proceeded to the Trial of Thomas Valance, labourer, for having, on the night of the 4th, or early in the morning of the 5th instant, feloniously and burglariously entered the dwelling house of Mr. Wm. TOUGH, of Sydney, and stolen therefrom Five Pieces of Calico, his property. Mr. TOUGH being called, deposed, that on entering the house between the hours of four and five in the morning of the 5th, his passage was obstructed by a parcel of goods on the floor, which he found to be haberdashery , and that on proceeding towards the inner apartment he found some calico under foot, whence he concluded the premises had been rob-   bed during his absence. On close exa- mination, he perceived a vacant space among a parcel of calico, which denoted a part being taken away; but finding the   doors and windows secure and unmolest- ed, went up stairs, where he discovered that a breach had...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 June 1804

SYDNEY. The Civil Court will meet again to tomorrow, as per adjournment.   A Bench of Magistrates assembled on   Friday, before whom Christopher Griffin   was accused of having taken two pair of shoes issued from His Majesty's store to boys belonging to the Dock Yard, in ex- change for others of an inferior quality ; and the charge being clearly substantiated, he was ordered to return the shoes, and to attend at the next Meeting of Magis- trates. George Pell and John Murphy under- went an examination, being strongly sus- pected of having aided and abetted the unhappy criminal now under sentence of death in the perpetration of the capital felony of which he was convicted. The voluntary declaration of the culprit was   the only evidence against the prisoners ; and   that not constituting any actual proof,     they were for the present disposed of in the gaol gang. The bakers resident within the ...

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NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 June 1804

NATIVES. Last week in consequence of HIS EX- CELLENCY'S despatches to T. ARN- DEL, Esq. Magistrate for Hawkesbury,   a body of Settlers, fourteen in number, went in pursuit of the Natives that had committed numerous outrages at Port-   land Head ; and separating into two di- visions, one party, seven in number, led   forward by I. Phillips, who was best ac- quanited with the travel through the brush, proceeded towards the Mountains, and at length came up with forty or fif- ty of the hostile savages, who had a quan- tity of property of which they had strip- ped the Settlers ; these retreating towards a cluster of Rocks formed a junction with another group much more formidable, compleating in all about 300. The few Settlers, agreeable to their instructions, endeavoured to ascertain their motives   for the acts of depredation and cruelty they had committed ; to which end they offered a parley and intorrogated them whether they had bee...

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Intelligence respecting the Bridgewater. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 June 1804

Intelligence respecting the Bridgewater.   We have the satisfaction to hear of the   safe arrival in India of the Bridgewater,   Captain E. H. PALMER, about the begin-   ning of January. A Bombay Gazette of the 11th of that   month contains a detailed account, given   by Capt. Palmer, of the melancholy event at Wreck Reef, which is nearly similar to that contained in the Sydney Gazette   of the 11th of last September.         The causes why the shipwreck'd did not receive the assistance of which they   were so much in need we transcribe from   Capt. Palmer's Narrative, after the ship     had cleared the reef. "We held an early consultation on   the possibility of sending assistance to the crew of the Porpoise ; when all agreed, that   from the state of the weather, which was   n...

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The following Statement upon the Revenue arising from the article Wool may convey some idea of the internal Resourcei of Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

The following Statement upon the Revenue arising from the article Wool may convey some idea of the internal Resources of Great Britain.       The Wool of England, in the reign of Edward III. is generally supposed not to   have exceeded in quantity 150,000 sacks, of 360 pounds weight each, which is equal to 225,000 packs, of 240 pounds according to the packages of those days. In latter times computations have greatly varied. Accord- ing to Davenant, there were in England alone, at the commencement of the last cen- tury, about 400,000, packs, worth 5£. each; which, when manufactured, produced eight millions in value.-Trowel, in his plan for preventing the clandestine running of wool, printed anno 1738, supposes 800,000 in Eng- land and Ireland, and about 925,000 packs in the three kingdoms. Others, about the same time, computed the number of packs as 1,274,000. Mr. Arthur Young calculates the number of sheep in England alone at nearl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

TO be LET for ANY TERM, And Possessíon obtained at will, AN excellent FARM on the Parra- matta Road, contiguous to that of Ma-   jor Johnstone ; and known by the name of Mr. White's Farm, containg 100 acres, 60 of which have been in cultivation, and the soil excellent. Whoever may be desirous of Renting the farm, are requested to make application to   the Printer of this Paper, who will furnish proper references. W A N T E D, A Stock-keeper to take charge of Sheep and Goats at the Hawkesbury : and if con-   versant in the disorders of stock the more agreea-   ble -..Application to be made to Mr. Wm, Baker, settler in the above district. TO be SOLD by Private Contract, a commodious DWELLING-HOUSE, shin-   gled, glazed, and painted, with & good boarded Skilling, and another nearly finished, a boarded bed-chamber and stone Kitchen; good Garden, well stocked with choice fruit trees, and a Well constantly suppiied w...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY Monday--4o m past 9 in the morning 5 m past 1o at night   Tuesday-30 m past 1o in the morning 55 m past 10 at night Wednesd -- 20 m past 11 in the forenoon 50 m past 11 at night   Thursday -- 10 m past 12 at noon Friday -- 35 m past 12 in the morning 55 m past 12 in the afternoon Saturday -- 20 m past 1 in the morning 45 m past 1 in the afternoon Sunday -- 10 m past 2 in the morning   35 m past 2 in the afternoon. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

GEORGE REX. WHEREAS GEORGE BRIDGES BEL- LASIS was, at a Court held at Bom-     bay in the East-Indies, tried and convicted       of Felony and Murder in killing ARTHUR FORBES MITCHELL in a Duel, and had Sen- tence of Death passed upon him for the same but afterwards ordered to be Trans- ported to New South Wales, for the Term of Fourteen Years ; We in Consi-   deration of some favourable circumstances humbly represented to us in his behalf, are Graciously pleased to Extend our further Grace and Mercy unto him, and to Grant him our Free Pardon for his said Crime ; Our Will and Pleasure therefore is, that you give the necessary Directions acording ly, and for so doing, this shall be your War- rant. Given at our Court at St. James's the Nineteenth Day of November, 1803, in the Forty-fourth Year of Our Reign.   To our Trusty and Well-beloved Philip Gidley King, Esq.   Governor of our ...

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CIVIL COURT INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

CIVIL COURT INELLIGENCE.                   On Monday the Court assembled as per Adjournment, and proceeded to the trial of   causes, amongst which, the following made     its appearance, the particulars of which we should not enter into, but as they serve to ex- plain more fully those of a former trial, in which every one present seemed equally interested. MACARTHY v. REEVES. The Action was brought in consequence     of a decision some time since given in favour George Thompson against Macarthy, who was then the defendant. The plaintiff stated, that some considerable time since Reeves was in custody of the Provost Marshall for a debt of 30£. at the suit of one   Lyons, whose note of hand to the extact   amount he, the plaintiff, held at the mo- ment ; that desirous of extricatin...

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NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

NATIVES.           To our former accounts respecting the hostile hordes whose conduct has lately been     the subject of attention, we have to add, that among the reaches about Portland Head their ravages have been felt with much greater severity than elsewhere. The farms of       Bingham and Smith were robbed the same   day, and their bedding and wearing apparel taken out of the houses ; in that of the latter John Wilkins, a labouring servant, was wantonly treated with detestable barbarity ; after patiently submitting to be stripped, and without even challenging the injustice of the proceeding, a flight of of spears were darted at him, most of which the unfortunate man re- ceived ; and had he not precipitately made towards and plunged into the river, must doubtless have perished beneath their brutal hands : the owner of the farm, however, ap- &nb...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

EXAMINATIONS               BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. On Tuesday Mary Tirley and Daniel Macalcese were brought before the Bench,   charged on the oath of Daniel Brady, with having contrived a robbery of the effects of the late Colonel De CLAMB, deceased. The deponent stated that he was servant to the Chevalier De CLAMB, shortly prior to and at the time of his demise, and remain- ed in the house after the event of his mas- ter's death, with Mary Tirley his house   keeper ; that she Mary Tirley, had put a bag into his possession which she requested him to conceal in the garden, and to be care- ful that the constable in charge of the pre-   mises did not observe where he might con-       ceal it ; and that when Macaleese should   come, to take him into the garden under a pretence of giving him some pepper pods, and make him acquainted ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

SYDNEY               On Tuesday last the Civil Court adjourned to Monday dext (tomorrow). By the Lady Barlow we have the satis- faction to hear that the Mahratta War has been long since at an end, and that the good understanding re established between the Company's Officers and the Native Princes is not likely to be again easily shaken. The only disagreeable circumstance con- sequent on the terrible gales encountered by the Lady Barlow was the loss of her cattle. After her arrival within the Heads we are concerned to state, that to her previous losses was added that of the fine Arab horse, the value of which is said to have been conside- rable. The Governor King, belonging to Messrs. Kable and Underwood, stated in last week's   Paper to have arrived the preceding evening, brought up a valuable cargo, consisting of   about 3000 skins, and 30 tons of elephant oil. She e...

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EXTRACTS from ENGLISH PAPERS, down to the 24th of November last. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

EXTRACTS from ENGLISH PAPERS,   down to the 24th of November last.       By a Sweedish brig from Malaga, under quarantine, was learnt that a pestilential disorder that prevailed there, called the black fever, was introduced by two French Transports crowded with troops, which put in there in distress, and was very infectious. The Proteus of London, from the above place, was ordered round to Stangate Creek to perform quaoantine.   The Halcyon French sloop of war has been captured by Lord Nelson, whose fleet was all well the 2d of October. An American Gentleman from Holland reports that the tenth demi-brigade had po- sitively refused to volunteer their services   for the invasion of England ; and that in consequence of this they had been sent to the Banks of the Rhine as a mark of degrada-   tion. An Algerine pirate vessel, of 17, guns, and 97 men, is captured and sent into Gibralter.   &...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

SHIP NEWS.   The Experiment transport, Capt. Withers, appeared in sight on Thursday morning last, but the wind being right against her ma- king the harbour, she could not get in till this morning. On Friday, a boat was dispatched from the vessel with His Excellency's pacquets, which arrived at one o'clock on Saturday morning.   She brings 130 female convicts, and two male, one of whom, Anthony Rowson, had effected his escape from the Colony ; she lost on her passage 4 or 5 women, prisoners, and the wives of two free settlers also died. The Experiment left England the 2nd of January, having been obliged to put back into Cowes, owing to damage sustained in     a violent gale she experienced in the Bay of Biscay, in which she sprung her bowsprit, and carried away her maintopgallant-mast. She sailed in company with about 150 sail   of West Indiamen under convoy, from which she separated in the Western Ocean.  ...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 June 1804

    POSTCRIP T.                     Having been favoured with a transient glance at several English Papers down to the 24th of November last we are again presented with the threats of an ostentatious enemy, who regarding Britain as a superior luminary, would sain outshine her acknow- ledged lustre or perish in her own presump-   tuons blaze. Independent of her gun-boat flotilla,   France is said to have a fleet of ships in Brest and another at Toulon, which might be able to contend with our Channel Fleet if they could form a junction, and that in the Ports of Holland nothing but men are want- ing to the equipment of a respectable ma- rine. However formidable their designs, or rather their inclinations, the fact is un- questionably ascertained, that their whole force was under a strict blockade, and that ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

N O T I C E. ALL Persons having CLAIMS or DE-   MANDS on the Estate of the late Captain     ROGER SIMPSON, deceased, are hereby required to furnish an account thereof in writing and tender the same to Mr, Michael Robinson at Farm Cove, who is empowered and authorised   b the Gentlemen acting as Trustees on the said Estate (by virtue of a Deed of Trust especially executed by the Widow and Administratrix) to receive and report the fame, in order that the legality of such Claims may be enquired into by   the said Trustees, and an arrangement made of the affairs of the deceased. And all Persons in- debted to the said Estate are hereby required to pay the amount of their several Debts to the said Michael Robinson forthwith, and any Person or Persons having Property, Monies, or Effects in their possession belonging to the said Captain Roger Simpson at the time of his decease, are to give notice thereof at above, and be ready...

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STATE of the BAROMETER & THERMOMETER for the Fortnight commencing Sunday June 10, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, with the prvailing Winds and Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER and                                              THERMOMETER for the Fortnight                          commencing Sunday June 10, taken in the shade at GOVERNMENt  HOUSE, SYDNEY, with the     prevailing WINDS and WEATHER.                             DAY           Sun   Mo       Tu       W   Th Fri   Sat       Sun Mo   Tu W Th   Fri     Sat   BAROM...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES, Stafford Lett, for purloining shingles that belonged to Government was sentenced to the gaol gang till further orders ; as were also William O'Neil, for stealing a bag of corn, the property of Mr. —— Bradley   J. Harpur, a blacksmith, for stealing a quantity of nails ; and William Kelso, for disobeying the orders of a Magistrate. John Smith, at the complaint of his mas- ter, of having neglected stock entrusted to his charge, was returned to Government la- bour. James Rose and Dennis Sullivan, two pri- soners brought by the Coromandel, and sent on duty on board the Supply hulk, received a corporal punishment on Monday last, and were afterwards turned into the gaol gang, for attempting to break into the hold with intent to rob it. William Dwyre, a seaman who had abscon- ded from the Scorpion whaler, and when ap- prehended after the departure of that vessel committed to the gaol gang, but afterwards permitted by HIS EXCEL...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

ALL Persons having any Claim or De- mand on Mr. HENRY HARCOURT,   late of His Majesty's Ship Calcutta, are re   quired to present them to me immediately. D. D. MANN. CHARLES BEAL POWELL being about to quit the Colony per the Coromandel,   Claims or Demands against him are also to   be presented. N O T I C E.   ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of the late RICHARD CLINCH, Serjeant of   Marines, deceased in 1798, are requested tor pay the same into the hands of Mr. Simeon Lord; and such as have any De- mands on the same are requested to make them known to Mr. Lord on or before the 31st instant.     ALL Persons indebted to Captain ROW-   LEY, as Agent to Mr, Wm. TOUGH, are   hereby required to adjust their Accounts on or   before the 31st proximo, as a final arrangement is about to take place, Sydney, June 30, 1804. N O T I C E. , ANY Person wi...

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