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Extract of a Letter from Lieut. M[?]NZIES, Commandant of the Settlement at Newcastle, to HIS EXCELLENCY, dated June 15, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

Extract of a Letter from Lieut. MENZIES, Commandant of the Settlement at New-   castle, to HIS EXCELLENCY, dated June 15, 1804. "On the 29th ult, James Field, one of   three persons who ran off with Serjt. Day's boat from Sydney, gave himself up, he was quite naked, speared and beat in several places by the Natives, and has not eat any thing for five days ; I took him just as he came in, and showed him to all the pri- soners : I could wish to be allowed to re[t]   ain him here, as I think from the account he gives of his misfortunes, and the truly miserable and wretched spectacle he exhi- bited, it will prevent others from attempt- ing the same with any of our boats that go up the River, by his representing to them the punishment and misery that awaits their rashness and offence. The transactions with Serj. Day's boat after leaving Port Jackson, with Broadbent .and Johnson, each victualled for six months, and most completely equiped, were as fo...

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 — 1 July 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week.           Monday---3 in the morning                 25 m past 3 in the afternoon   Tuesday----50 m past 3 in the morning       20 m past 4 in the afternoon   Wednesd---45 m past 4 in the morning 10 m past 5 in the afternoon     Thursday--35 m past 5 in the morning   6 in the evening   Friday----25 m past 9 (sic) in the morning   50 m past 6 in the evening Saturday---20 m past 7 in the morning   50 m past 7 at night Sunday-----15 m past 8 in the morning   40 m past 8 at night High Water at Parramatta 1 h 15 m after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-         MENTS RECEIVED BY ...

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

Advertisement.         THE valuable and choice Investment im- ported in the Ship EXPERIMENT, per     Captain Withers, will be expected for Sale at the Warehouse of Mr. SIMEON LORD on Mon- day next, consisting of the following articles, viz.   Ironmongery consisting         of Register Bath[?],       and Rumford stoves     Indian corn and coffee       mills         Steel yards of various             sizes, Sheep shears           Iron pots, Fire dogs           Door plates, gridirons &...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

General Orders. IN consequence of the peculiar circumstan-   ces which have been represented to the     GOVERNOR, Respecting the Spirits brought here by the Fair American and Experiment, amounting to 5120 gallons, the same is allowed to be disposed of in the following proportion, and at no greater Prices than those under-named --   Fair American-- 1175 gallons of Bengal Rum   at 8s. per gallon : and 1945 gallons of gin al 10s. per ditto Experiment--1000 Gallons of French Bran- dy and Jamaica Rum at 15s. per gallon ; and 1000 gallons of Rio Rum at 8s. per ditto Exclusive of the the Duty of One Shilling per     Gallon. In distributing which the following pro-   portions will be made, viz. To Officers Civil and Military 40 gallons each. To the Commanding Officer of the New South Wales Corps, to be distributed a- mong the Non-commissioned Officers and Privates as he may think fit, 400...

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LONDON, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

LONDON, Dec 6. The Jamaica Mail has brought a variety   of important information, chiefly respecting the affairs of St. Domingo. Fort Dauphin, and some other places have surrendered to the Theseus, of 74 guns. The Republican troops, to the number of 3000, with their   General, were sent to the Mole, but they are by agreement to be sent to France. The town of St. Marc has surrendered to the Vanguard; the troops have been sent to Cape Francois and the garrison of Aux Cayes has offered to capitulate, upon condition of being sent to Europe. The other posts in   the island were shortly expected to capitu-   late. Previous to the surrender of Fort   Dauphin, the boats of the Theseus cut out   of the harbour the national corvette La Sa-   gesse, from under a heavy fire of the batte- ries: and the boats of the Desirée frigate cut out the schooner L'Aimable Sophie. The French General Dumesinil, and his...

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

NATIVES. We understand from good authority that   the Natives of and about Richmond Hill     are for the most part adverse to the hostile measures adopted by their brethren down the River, and that during the whole of the wanton warfare, they met with every pro-   tection their pacific inclination entitled them to from the surrounding settlers, from one of whom we receive the following narrative of     transactions immediately subsequent to the commencement of the excesses committed at     and about Portland Head. " On the 11th instant a party appeared   near my farm, who seemed desirous of main-   taining that friendly intercourse which, is indispensible to their true interests ; and their chief, placing himself in a warlike attitude, with his spear shipped, declared he was deter- mined to kill everyone of his own complexion whom chance should throw in h...

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

SYDNEY.         Of the female prisoners brought by the Experiment 21 Convalescents were sent to   the General Hospital, and the majority of the others went up to Parramatta.       Nine settlers with their families came by the above ship ; the wife and one child of —— Magrath, and the wife of —— Wilson, died on the passage, as did also the child of another.   On Monday Last two children slipped off   the Hospital Wharf at high Water, one of whom was taken out with little trouble ; but the other, getting entangled among the   posts could not be extricated until respiration was suspended, and many minutes afterwards elapsed before it was perfectly restored.—It is indeed wonderful that similar accidents do not frequently happen, owing to the negli- gence of parents in suffering their children to seek for amusement at the wharfs, to the manifest d...

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Court of CIVIL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

Court cf CIVIL JURISDICTION.     The Court met on Monday morning at ten o'clock, and sat till two, as it also did the two following days. On Wednesday the cause Crossley v. Baker was tried. This was an ejectment against the four occupiers of Lands called Fulham Park, and Mr. Baker was by Rule of Court permitted to defend the action as landlord. After a trial of some length the Court found a verdict for the plaintiff.—The defendant afterwards gave notice of appeal, and the Court adjourned to   Monday next (to-morrow).

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 July 1804

SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday arrived the A- merican ship Union, Captain Pen- dleton, last from Bass's Straits, having upwards of 12,000 skins   on board; and yesterday evening came in a small schooner, belonging to the Union. This morning arrived the Francis colonial schooner, with Captain WILSON of the New South Wales Corps, and his Lady,   from Norfolk Island.     Yesterday evening sailed the Endeavour for ditto. This morning sailed the Governor King for the southward. The Integrity waits for a wind to proceed   to Port Darymple. We are happy to state that the Natives in     and about Hawkesbury have relinquished   their mischievous behaviour, and that a good     understanding is happily restored between   them and the settlers.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

Wants a Situation. A Middle-aged Man, who served a regu-   lar apprenticeship to a Linen and   Woollendraper, in the City of London, at this time without incumbrance, and can have an un-   exceptionable character_Would prefer a mer - cantile employ ; and as he has acquired a tho-     rough knowledge of agriculture, would have no objection to the care of a Farm.   A Line addressed to A. B. and left at the house. of G. Howe, Back Row, East, will be duly an-   swered. N~O~ T ~ I ~~ C ~~E WHEREREAS a Promissory Note to the amount of Ninety Pounds and upwards,         in favour of John Kenney, given by Daniel   Smallwood of Hawkesbury, and as the contents   are paid by the said Smallwood, and the Note not delivered, this Notice is to caution the Public that the Note is 0f no value. D, SMALLWOOD. Hawkesbury, July 5. &a...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

        To SUBSCRIBERS. We feel it incumbent on us to apologize to the Subscribers of Hawkesbury, Parramatta, and adjacent places, for the unavoidable de- tention of the last week's publication. An accident prevented the last page from going   to press until after the departure of the pas- sage boat several hours ; and no private con- veyance offering, they were taken up by the boat on Monday, and, we since learn, did not reach Parramatta until Tuesday morning.-   We hope, however, carefully to avoid any future cause of complaint.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

Captain Buncker gives Notice, that the ALBION Whaler will proceed to Europe about the latter end of the present month;   wherefore Persons holding Claims upon him are to present the same accordingly; and such as are indebted to the   said Captain to settle their accounts. "CH^X CAPTAIN QUESTERDçives WsMSk* " Notice that the ihip Britannia will Í||& proceed to fea immediately,--*A11 Sl^gSK Claims or Demands upon the fkid Commander are therefore to' be foi-fKwUh rr-f'nrei. For Sale, at the House of Serjeant Packer,     Pitt's row,   At very reduced Prices, BEST Green Tea 6s. per lb. Souchong ditto 4s. per do.   Sugar 10d, per lb, Excellent salt butter Bengal soap 10d to 1s per lb. English ditto 1s 6d. per ditto Cancos mould and dip, Brazil T°b?cco 2s 61 per lb. Virginia Leaf is 61 p<T diito Starch ard Bin?, Buttons gilt and plated Briiiíh and Bengal Prints v&iioas prices Pocket Hau...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, JUNE 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES, SATURDAY, JUNE 30. Bridget Connelly, charged with stealing a saddle and bridle, the property of Mr. M. Kearns, was brought before the Bench ; & the charge being substantiated, she was re- manded, and afterwards sent to Newcastle;   as was also Mary Tyrrel, for riotous and disorderly conduct. Thomas Hughes, a prisoner, for stealing a frock and sundry other articles from Catha-   rine Collins, was sentenced a corporal pu-   nishment and the gaol gang.   Patrick Caffery underwent a long exami- nation, charged with stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel the property of John Stacey, a seaman belonging to His Majesty's ship Buffalo. The property stolen consisted of shirts, trowsers, &c. besides thirteen dol- lars ; and the prisoner having been observed on board the evening the articles were missed suspicion fell upon him : in consequence of which, a house he was known to frequent ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday--9 in the morning 25 m past 9 at night   Tuesday-50 m past 9 in the morning   10 m past 10 at night   Wednesd ..35 m past 10 in the morning 11 at night Thursday.-- 25 m past 11 in the forenoon 50 m past 11 at night Friday-- 15 m past 12 at noon Saturday-40 m past 12 in the morning   5 m past 1 in the afternoon Sunday -- 30 m past 1 in the morning 55 m. past 1 in the afternoon. High Water at Parramatta 1 h 15m after Sydney. 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 — 8 July 1804

NOTICE           ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of the   late RICHARD CLINCH, Serjeant of   Marines, deceased in 1798, are requested to 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.     ADVERTISEMENT. WHEREAS I, the undersined Mary New- ton, was so imprudent, rash, and indis-     creet, as to utter some expressions highly in- jurious to, and tending to defame the cha- racter of THOMAS ROWLEY, Esquire, at a Public Meeting of the Trustees and Credi- tors of Mr. Wm. Cox, on the 19th day of March last; for which expressions the said     Thomas Rowley, Esq. commenced a prose- cution against me, and recovered damages in     the Civil Court : but in considerati...

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General Orders. A GENERAL MUSTER [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

General Orders. A GENERAL MUSTER OF ALL the MALE Prisoners off and on the Stores ; Also FREEMEN of all descriptions, (except those who hold Ground by Grant, Lease, or Rental) on or off the Stores, will be taken at Hawkesbu- ry, Parramatta, and Sydney.     On TUESDAY the 10th instant, at Eight o'Clock in the Morning.   Those at Sydney and in its Districts, are to assemble in the Yard at Govern- ment House ; Those at PARRAMATTA, GEORGE's RIVER, and its Districts, at the Court House, Parramatta ; Those at HAWKESBURY, and in its   Neighbourhood, at the Government House there ; And those at CASTLE HILL at the Su- perintendant's House at that place.   The Women Prisoners, and those who   are Free, of all descriptions, with their children, whether on or off the Stores, are to be present at the above Places on Thurs- day the 12th of July. The Settlers, of all descriptions, will be Mustered as soon after as possible—Notice of which will be given.   &...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

SYDNEY. His Excellency has been pleased to ex- tend His MAJESTY'S Mercy to Thomas     Valance, capitally convicted before the last Criminal Court ; and who in consequence thereof returns to his original sentence. Last week the Coromandel took on board a large quantity of plank, and upwards of 400 valuable she oak logs. On Tuesday an indifferent character was apprehended at Parramatta, on suspicion of carrying on a nefarious correspondence. What end can be proposed from such a species of misdemeanor it is impossible to conjecture ; but the extreme lenity with which offenders have been treated might surely have been expected, and from different inducements, to work a reformation in the minds of the more obdurate and unfeeling—it should in the first place have been considered an undoubted testimony that our Govern- ment, conscious of its energy and strength, had nothing to apprehend from the mad brain'd projects of a set of deluded people, who, unhappily attentive to the persuasions of...

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FROM ENGLISH PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

FROM ENGLISH PAPERS.   PLYMOUTH, NOV. 1.—Came in the Cos- mopolite privateer of 16 guns, with a most valuable Batavian East Indiaman, from Bata- via to Amsterdam, called the Twee Gys- berts, with a valuable cargo, consisting of cotton, sugar, coffee, arrack, spices &c. va-   lued at 90,000£ cost price at Batavia. The   privateer fell in with and captured her off the Scilly Islands, she sailed from Bataviam   March, and left the Bato, 60 guns, armed en flute, Capt. Claris, loading as an India- man for Europe. Touched at the Cape, and sailed from thence with two other Ba- tavian East Indiamen for Amsterdam, one of which was brought in here, the Juliana Maria, by the Mary private ship of war of London. About the month of May, 1803, as a Mr Cornell, farmer in the county of Suffolk, was overlooking his workman in a plough field, a very severe tempest arose, when sud- denly one of his ancles received a shock like a violent blow, ...

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From the LONDON GAZETTE Dec. 10. Admiralty Office, Dec. 10. A Letter from Admiral Duokworth to Sir E. Nepean, encloses the following; Vanguard, Cape Nicola Mole Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

From the LONDON GAZETTE Dec. 10. Admiralty Office, Dec. 10   A Letter from Admiral Duckworth to Sir R. Nepean, encloses the following ; Vanguard, Cape Nicola Mole Sept. 9. SIR, Understanding from Gen. Dessalines that . it was his intention to summon the town of St. Mare immediately, which was reduced to the last extremity, l was strongly induced to urge him not to put the garrison to death,   which he consented to, and I stipulated with him, that, if they surrendered, he should march them round to the Mole in safety, and that I should appear off the Bay and take possession of the shipping, one of which I knew to be a ship of war. I received Gen. Dessalines' dispatches about 8 o'clock at night of the 31st October, and got under weigh at one A.M. At daylight we chased   a man of war brig off St. Mare, but the wind being light and partial ii e got into that place ; in the afternoon we perceived a flag of truce coming out, but a heavy squall of &am...

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A Letter from Admiral Cornwallis to Sir E. Nepean, encloses the following; Acasta, at Sea, off Ushant, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 July 1804

A Letter from Admiral Cornwallis to Sir E. Nepean, encloses the following ;       Acasta, at Sea, off Ushant, Dec. 3. SIR,   In pursuance of your orders, at daybreak,   on the 2d of October, in lat. 48 deg. 19 min. and long 21 deg. 30 min. w. we fell in with and captured the French privateer   L'Avanture, of 20 guns, and 144 men,   with her two prizes, the Royal Edward   and St. Mary's Planter, both of the Jamaica   convoy. I am, Sec. J. A. WOOD.

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